Gad Saad

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Gad Saad
The Gadfather.jpg
Personal Details
Profession
  • Professor
  • Gadfather
  • Scientist
  • Pimp
  • Real Nigga
Religion

None (atheist)

Ideology

Science

Age

52

Birth date

October 13, 1964

Birth place

Beirut, Lebanon

Nationality

Canadian

Residence

Montreal, Canada

Status

Being smarter than you

Social Networking
Youtube channel

Gad Saad

Physical attributes
Eye colour

Blue

Hair colour

White/Gray

Gad Saad is a Lesbian-Canadian professor and behavioral scientist. He is possibly best known for his work studying the effects of evolutionary psychology on consumer culture, and for taking full advantage of the pun-centered potential of his name.

Gad Saad is also a physic Jew who specializes in mind control, pan smoking and hosting rave mad parties with topless bitches and booze. He also has a special relationship with Sam Harris that involves kissing Gad's hand. He has been on the Joe Rogan show. Did I mention that he is Jewish? Cause he is. He has made a guest appearance on the Drunken Peasants that was very well received. TJ expressed interest in getting him on the show again during episode 353, though he also claimed that Saad had a bit of a stick up his ass.

On Drunken Peasants

Gad Saad joins the peasants on episode 159. He mind controls (using his psychic powers) the peasants into agreeing with everything that Gad says. The peasants and Gad go on to talk about feminism, human nature, and SJWs. If you assumed that he was one of the most popular guests DP has had, you gad it right.

Trivia

  • The Bible misspelled Gad's name.
  • He's smarter than you.
  • He has psychic abilities.
  • He is The Gadfather.
  • He is ethnically Jewish, but not practicing.
  • He considers Anita Sarkeesian's work particularly shoddy in regards to content analysis. He also considers her a "faux-feminist" and has compared her to the likes of Ayaan Hirsi Ali, someone who actually speaks out against real violence against women.

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