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'''Mike Crumplar''', otherwise known as '''m.crumps''' is a left-leaning DC-based author, copy-editor of The American Conservative, podcaster, social anthropologist, and blogger who has written extensively about incels, and has a particular fascination with [[Elliot Rodger]], Incel Wiki, Slajov Zizek, and gentrification of incel spaces.  
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'''Mike Crumplar''', otherwise known as '''m.crumps''' is a left-leaning DC-based author, copy-editor of The American Conservative, failed podcaster, social anthropologist, and blogger who has written extensively about incels, and has a particular fascination with [[Elliot Rodger]], Incel Wiki, Slajov Zizek, and gentrification of incel spaces.  
  
 
He considers [[Elliot Rodger]]'s manifesto a serious work of literature and compares it to Dostoevsky’s Notes from Underground.<ref>https://countere.com/home/mikecrumplarincels</ref>  He believes that Dostoevsky might compare Elliot Rodger to a Jesus figure, and would cite Elliot as 'crucified by Americans'.  He believes Elliot Rodger was a byproduct of 'a racist and inegalitarian society'.<ref>https://countere.com/home/mikecrumplarincels</ref>
 
He considers [[Elliot Rodger]]'s manifesto a serious work of literature and compares it to Dostoevsky’s Notes from Underground.<ref>https://countere.com/home/mikecrumplarincels</ref>  He believes that Dostoevsky might compare Elliot Rodger to a Jesus figure, and would cite Elliot as 'crucified by Americans'.  He believes Elliot Rodger was a byproduct of 'a racist and inegalitarian society'.<ref>https://countere.com/home/mikecrumplarincels</ref>

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