Thoughtful Prevention Is Worth More Than A Lifetime Of Regrets


After my last post, I found I had run out of things to add to the MGTOW discussion. I knew we had hardly covered every aspect of the position, but I felt I needed a new approach. I didn’t have one, but felt like one was trying to solidify in my mind. It took a while, longer than I would have expected.

Interestingly, it took a couple of today’s young female role models to rouse the muse from slumber. One might be hard-pressed to find a connection between Amy Schumer and Bristol Palin with a quick glance, but I believe that I have found one just because I was looking for one.

Amy Schumer has become popular enough with her cable show, “Inside Amy Schumer“, to have been selected by the master manipulators of Hollywood to star in a romantic comedy. I personally don’t find her funny, but I do note that she puts a fair amount of thought into her skits portraying modern dating life. The situations she generally presents don’t especially put men in a good light, for she uses male foibles to make her points. She’s also not easy on the women her show panders toward, as brought out in a CBS interview with her and her younger sister:

“It seems like you’re harder on no one more so than white girls,” said Rocca.[the interviewer]

“Yeah, well, they’re the worst,” [Amy] laughed. “Definitely more than anyone, it’s white women in their 20s and 30s, just [believing] the universe is thinking about you,” said Amy. “A lot of those girls will come up to me, and they’re like, ‘Oh my God, like, I’m you!'” Amy laughed. “Like, ‘I’m literally you.’

‘No, you’re who I’m doing a parody of.'”

And now getting rich while doing so.

The real triggering comment of Ms. Schumer for me came when she was accepting the award for Trailblazer of the Year at the London Glamour Women of the Year Awards, which you can watch here if you can stand to. What she said was, “I’m like 160 pounds right now, and I can catch a dick whenever I want, and that’s the truth”.

The parody has returned to the source.

Granted, she’s not so repulsive that she couldn’t find an interested male to bed. But he’d have to either not know about her show persona, or he’d have to not care. One can see her apply her feminine wiles to NBC’s Matt Lauer during an interview for her upcoming movie. You don’t need to have the sound up to follow what I mean. Just watch her facial expressions: batting her eyes, her shy smile, and you can tell she knows she has Lauer right where she wants him. It would be even easier for her when the male in question isn’t a media professional who goes through this with every starlet he interviews, so I believe her claim to be able to catch a dick. She’s very much more sedate when the interviewer is female, as if those flirty actions on her part would just go to waste if attempted. They’d be too obvious to another female.

Which brings me to Bristol Palin. This single mother decided that recent Medal of Honor winner Dakota Meyer was the man of her dreams, and quickly finagled an engagement out of him. This path to domestic wedded bliss ended abruptly when the news came out that Meyer has an ex-wife, while it’s OK for her to have an ex in the form of the baby daddy of her first child, Levi Johnson.

Yet within a month of the breakup, Ms. Palin announces a planned pregnancy and later reveals that Dakota Meyer is the new baby daddy.

Meyer himself wants out of the media spotlight, chiding the media for looking so closely at him when larger and more important stories go relatively uncovered. I tend to agree with him. But if he’d been paying attention during the past few years, he’d know that media attention is what the Palin clan lives for. Maybe he’d not now be in this predicament if he had? At the very least, he should have learned something from his divorce from his wife!

Which brings me to the point of my post. Few young men -and I include myself when I was that age- would be in predicaments now if we knew more about how women manipulate us. The flirting, the shy glances and smiles, the batting eye lids, the clothes, they are all devices to stop our upper heads from maintaining control and to shift that control to our lower heads. Once that happens, the distracted seduction begins to move us toward that commitment most women want, a commitment that entails essentially a total surrender to her control. We are to turn over our names, our belongings, our incomes, and our sex organs, with no guarantee that it is a fair trade.

Every device is fair game to achieve this, especially when a young woman already has whelped and has no studly male role model for her offspring. It is thus my opinion that Bristol honestly DID plan her pregnancy, but it was to ensure that her grip on Dakota Meyer didn’t slip. In a certain sense, it hasn’t, but I doubt that child support and interstate court actions were what she intended.

Back when I was Meyer’s age, one of the media sirens was Angie Dickenson. She once said that she didn’t dress for men, but for women. This seed grew into many observations confirming that comment. I’d see women clearly dressing to attract attention from men, but rejecting any advances men made in response. It was necessary for men to react to her attire, even in a less-than-desired manner, for these were points scored to prove that the women attracting them was hotter than another. That makes her the better woman.

Just about everything a woman says and does when she first meets a man is a lie. Makeup hides her real face. She might have a Wonderbra to hide a small bust, or gets implants to make them bigger. She might wear contacts to change her eye color, or dyes her hair, or wears a wig, or squeezes into Spanx, and so on, all to hide the real her from him. You can get an idea how effective this is by looking at this series of photos of porn stars with and without their makeup and maybe wearing fancier clothing. Only a few shots push the boundary of what you could show your mother, and those are all without nudity. There are lots more on the Web if these don’t convince you.

The real woman emerges only when she feels like she has control. She isn’t about to have to share “her” man with any other woman, especially not his mother, or an ex. This is why most men don’t discover who they really married until the honeymoon ends. She wants that to be her “Happily Ever After”, at least until you both return to your regularly scheduled lives – only she’s now in charge.

This is only possible because we men fell in love with the image a woman presented to us. We weren’t raised to see past those tricks, and most mothers are loathe to inform their sons of the effects of these techniques, as she wants grandchildren for the satisfaction of her own ambitions. (Why at this point am I reminded of one of the late BB King’s greatest hits?)

I observe a similar strategy from my wife about my sons, neither of whom is in a hurry to breed and add to the grandchild tally. I don’t hear this about my youngest daughter, who is passing her prime marital and reproductive age without ever having had a boyfriend.

But I digress. One of my stated goals is to attempt to reach younger men before they succumb to that sexy succubus seeking his economic blood for her life support. I offer the following, despite its “advanced” age in a world thundering with hip-hop and rap.

I admit to being a hard-core Steely Dan fan. On his solo album Kamakiriad, Donald Fagen wrote one of the ultimate jazz-funk songs of all time (IMHO!), one that actually makes this two-left-footed wallflower want to dance.

The song itself is probably a bit retro for most of the young men who need to hear and heed some of the lyrics (presented here under Fair Use provisions, so they are necessarily abridged), so maybe I can entice them to be read?

They’re on a party run
Here come Tomorrow’s Girls

Immediately, you know these women are only out for fun.

You see them on the grass at lunch hour
Soaking up the vertical rays
In their summer dresses
A little smile can really make your day

How many men of all ages can identify with that observation?

Their kisses feel like real kisses
And when they cry they cry real tears
But what’s left in your arms
When the static clears

The “static” is the run-up to the commitment! You don’t know who your partner really is until it’s too late, as the next verse indicates:

Our home is just like any other
We’re grillin’ burgers on the back lawn
Some time goes by
We fall asleep with the TV on
I dream about a laughing angel
Then the laugh becomes a furious whine
Look out fellas
It’s shredding time

In some ways, I see this last verse (slightly modified to include a great line not part of the original verse) the same way Kevin McCarthy attempts to warn the movie viewers at the end of the original Invasion of the Body Snatchers:

They’re mixing with the population
A virus wearing pumps and pearls
Lord help the lonely guys
Hooked by those hungry eyes
The heat is so intense
Earth men have no defense
Against tomorrow’s girls

Donald Fagen riffs out the coda of the song with lines like “You’re not my Sheila… You’re not my Susie… You’re not my Betty…” and so on, as if representing all the men who discovered too late that they fell in love with an image which hid the virago now out to devour them, and maybe shocked into numbness by the realization.

So pay attention, young men. Heed the warnings. The life you save will be your own. Right now, you have a life. Get married, and trade life for wife. Think about what that means, and what it costs. Then decide if it’s worth it to you. Before it’s too late, and it’s shredding time.

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78 comments on “Thoughtful Prevention Is Worth More Than A Lifetime Of Regrets
  1. Cill says:

    Brother blurkel, greetings! I beg to differ with your “she’s not so repulsive that she couldn’t find an interested male to bed” re Ms. Schumer. Brother B, I will have to circumnavigate that extraordinary statement before I can continue. The said navigation will probably involve my accepting the possibility that “not so repulsive” could be adjudged relatively as well as intrinsically. In terms of the latter the repulsiveness is undeniable across the millennia; in terms of the former one can only gape at the comparative and the superlative, the worse and the worst, in browbeaten head-shaking stupefaction.

    Somewhere far back in the mists of time, I say as your sorrowing brother, a Tamara Press lookalike would never, could never, have been considered to be relatively beautiful.

    And now my friend of posts past, I hope you will forgive me the foregoing interruption whilst I resume my reading of this most excellent post.

    Greetings to you as well, Bro Cill! You know as well as I that there are men who aren’t too particular about a woman’s looks as long as they (to use an Americanism) score. For them, a willing female is all it takes. It is to them I refer in my comment.

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  2. Cill says:

    Brother B, I have had to contend with the different and much more enjoyable interruption of Donald Fagen. Despite it’s captivating excellence it was nonetheless an interruption, forestalling my focus on the substance of your post.

    Again, may I crave your indulgence while I resume my reading etc.

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  3. SFC Ton says:

    Typically mother’s dont love sons either. Hence the contuining of failed advice like be yourself.

    Chicks in their 20’s… or 30’s… or 40’s….. what a mess. I doesn’t the weekend with my darlings in a series of popular beach towns. It was hard to come up with more then a dozen I found to be really instant boner inducing pretty. Most where over weight, most of those with tall, fit and good looking men in tow.

    I heard two discuss the brain meds they were on…. hard to put into words what a let down the eye candy was at the beach and how low grade they were otherwise when I could over hear their conversations.

    Overall best girl we talked to all weekend was mid 40’s, doing ok in the looks department, easy to talk to you but come to find out she just did the EPL with her ex beta. Next on the list was a rather plain girl who was going to gun smithing school in… well I won’t say. Decent body, utterly fascinated by the interplay of mechanical parts in a firearm but dang that face….

    Also got hit on by two mild age heffiers. One got pissy when I said no thanks and claimed she only wanted to ask if I do personal training. Really out there. There I am with two good looking girls in that whole half my age thing, my majordomo with us and Ton Spwan in my arms and two she cows roll up…..

    Point of all that? It’s hard to describe just how bad the options in the SMP/ MMP are

    Now the upside for ladies are… this reality gives a gal like Bloom a real possibility of doing well. Down side for the decent girls….. guys are used to filtering out the other kind and are extra leery.

    Upside for guys? None really. It’s bitch or bull, best be the bull or you’ll end up with a bitch and being a bull is hard work if it’s not in you naturally. Semi upside, most men are bitches so you can go from bitch to bull in 2 years give or take

    Other other upside? Burklle made another post. Damn fine one which I’ll need to read a few more times to fully appreciate

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  4. Cill says:

    I have printed this post to go over with the lawless young men, but there’s a long way to go. Thanks to the little head, the lie continues to fool men too easily.

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  5. Yoda says:

    how low grade they were otherwise when I could over hear their conversations.

    Experienced this I have.
    Civilization weeps it does.

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  6. Yoda says:

    Down side for the decent girls….. guys are used to filtering out the other kind and are extra leery.

    Good girls need to advertise that good they are

    https://spawnyspace.wordpress.com/2015/01/03/a-novel-online-dating-approach-for-women-what-do-you-have-to-lose/

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  7. Yoda says:

    Meyer himself wants out of the media spotlight, chiding the media for looking so closely at him when larger and more important stories go relatively uncovered

    Happens often this does.
    Almost as if intentional it is.

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  8. Yoda says:

    I have printed this post to go over with the lawless young men, but there’s a long way to go

    Write about your approach you should.

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  9. Spawny Get says:

    Ton
    “Decent body, utterly fascinated by the interplay of mechanical parts in a firearm but dang that face….”

    The word that you need is ‘butterface’, do you have it over there?

    Lovely body, but her face

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  10. Yoda says:

    Quiet here it is.

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  11. missattempts says:

    Isn’t “attitude” everything? They tell the “incel” to improve his attitude so as
    not to drive away women. So all Qusemoto has to do is put on a happy face, or
    “Smile Though Your Heart Is Breaking.” He really can keep that gig going for a
    long time, can’t he?
    I know I’m a freakish case. Not only do I not belong on this blog, I don’t belong on
    this earth. All your expearences with women have been so horrible.They are TRASH.
    I would have no way of knowing whether this is true or not. It’s true they ridiculed me
    from a distance, and made me out to be a monster. Such a reaction doesn’t lend itself
    to trying to get closer. I never even developed a “best foot to put forward “to begin with.
    But do you think those women that Bill Cosby raped had it coming to them because
    they the used false advertising and lies that the aurthor writes about?

    I believe that I’ve stated in the past that I much prefer volunteers to victims. Bill Cosby is a huge disappointment to me having decided that being rich and famous wasn’t enough of an attractant for women. Going the predator route so often has destroyed what would have been a remarkable life. No woman he abused deserved it.

    He’s hardly alone. Kim Fowley was such an abuser, only he preyed on under age girls. You can read about that slime bag and what he did to one girl here. I admit to being thoroughly disgusted.

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  12. Yoda says:

    Misattempts,

    Much power young women have.
    Often misuse badly they do.
    The fault for doing so theirs it would be.

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  13. Yoda says:

    Left privilege on campus,

    http://time.com/3939933/college-students-left-wing-privilege/

    1. I can, if I wish, arrange to be in the company of people of my political persuasion most of the time.

    2. I can spend my entire college career taking only classes with professors who think exactly as I do.

    3. I can take classes and earn degrees in departments that are designed to line up exactly with my worldview.

    4. I can be sure that an overwhelming majority of the material I am assigned to read for class will confirm what I already believe.

    5. My professors will assume that I already think just like them, and use examples and anecdotes that testify to our philosophical uniformity.

    6. I can almost always be sure that my professor will present or corroborate my side of a debate.

    7. I will likely never have to make the choice between writing what I believe to be true and writing what I think will get a good grade.

    8. If I do not get the grade I was hoping for, I can be sure it had nothing to do with the professor’s antipathy towards the political views I have expressed, or me personally.

    9. I do not have to fear tipping my hand about my political views in my schoolwork.

    10. I can pursue an English degree out of my love for literature, not put off by the lenses of critical theory that influence the way literary analysis is taught.

    11. I can speak up in class without fear of being derided for my politics.

    12. I can feel confident that even if I don’t personally speak up for my side of an issue, it will likely cross my classmates’ minds.

    13. I can be sure that even if people disagree with me, they will not call me evil or bigoted.

    14. I can avoid spending time with people whom I have been taught to disagree with, and who have learned to disagree with me.

    15. I can be sure that no one will chalk up my opinions to privilege or lack of empathy.

    16. More generally, I can express my views on controversial topics without my motives and character being questioned.

    17. If my ideology becomes a source of personal issues, I have ample support available at an institutional level.

    18. If I need a role model with whom I agree politically, I can easily find one or more.

    19. I can freely use social media to share my politics (not that I should) and I will receive encouragement and support in ‘likes,’ ‘shares,’ and especially in comments.

    20. I can be social and go to parties without facing mockery and looks of confusion from those who assume my lifestyle is ascetic and Puritanical.

    21. I can act disrespectfully toward figures of authority and remain immune from criticism.

    22. I can talk about my politically oriented extra-curricular activities without fear of judgment or derision from my peers.

    23. I can describe my summer writing job without censoring the name of the publication or its political leanings.

    24. If I am religious, others will assume that my beliefs are a force for good and not an extension of an anachronistic and oppressive legacy of superstition.

    25. I can use buzzwords and academic jargon to make my arguments, and they will be accepted as legitimate.

    26. I can safely say that the arc of history bends in my direction and anyone who disagrees will be “on the wrong side.”

    27. I can write off opinions of those who disagree with me because of their overarching ideology.

    28. If I can categorize someone who disagrees with me as “powerful” or “oppressive,” I don’t even have to listen to them to begin with.

    29. I can be confident that no one will dismiss the sources of my news and information as biased.

    30. I can easily obtain my college’s support for explicitly political events I’d like to organize.

    31. I can get “trigger warnings” appended to texts that challenge me or make me feel uncomfortable.

    32. I can get commencement speakers, recipients of honorary degrees, and other guests disinvited from my campus if I disagree with them.

    33. I can disrupt and disrespect speakers whom I do not wish to hear; I will subsequently be praised for my denial of their freedom to speak.

    34. I can monopolize terms like “justice” and claim that they only apply to what I am saying.

    35. I can accuse those who disagree with me of “violence.”

    36. I can claim that my personal experiences are “invalidated” by those who disagree with me.

    37. If I have to follow current events for class, I can be confident that the recommended sources of news will be slanted in my direction.

    38. If I find my ideas challenged, I know I always have a “safe space” to retreat to, where people will massage my challenged beliefs and sing me a lullaby of things I’d like to hear.

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  14. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yesterday, at AlphaGameplan, Vox said that the average womwn was 5’3″and over 160 lbs. I looked up Amy Schumer and she is 5’7″.
    I have to agree with Ton. What is passing for average in the current SMP wouldn’t fly in the old.

    Missattempts,
    Was this it?

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  15. Yoda says:

    He said the sufferers, who refuse contact with friends and even family, are often ‘intelligent and capable’ young people meaning the problem is also a drain on the Japanese economy.

    ‘I worry about it strongly because now about one per cent of the population withdraw like hikikomori or some similar state,’ Dr Kato told Daily Mail Australia.

    ‘Majority are after graduate university so economic impact is very terrible I think.

    ‘Some hikimori have graduated from very good famous universities so it’s a very sad story for them.’

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  16. Farm Boy says:

    I wonder how much having divorced parents leads to young men being reluctant in this regard.

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  17. Yoda says:

    Posts on what a MGTOW should be need we do.

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  18. Yoda says:

    most mothers are loathe to inform their sons of the effects of these techniques, as she wants grandchildren for the satisfaction of her own ambitions.

    Wonder how often it plays out this way I do.

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  19. Yoda says:

    I’d see women clearly dressing to attract attention from men, but rejecting any advances men made in response. It was necessary for men to react to her attire, even in a less-than-desired manner, for these were points scored to prove that the women attracting them was hotter than another. That makes her the better woman

    Better woman she would be?
    Clearly in the long term it does not.

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  20. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    I would recommend against setting any conditions on men by defining MGTOW. Too many people have gotten into trouble doing that. BY definition, should this not be left to the individual?

    Women dressing to attract and then spurning the attentions of men to impress other women sounds a little immature to me. It should have been left behind in junior high.

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  21. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I just finished this, over fifty minutes that fly by.

    Perhaps, the best way to counter these wicked people, is to let it be known that Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, and INstagram are the places where haters live.

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  22. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Even Christian Hoff Summers has been attacked by these knee jerk Nellies.

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  23. molly says:

    My mum taught me to see my own tricks. I see men get tricked by women *a lot*! When I tell a man he’s getting tricked, he sees me, not hears me. I see it in his face, why am *I* talking to him? I’m not coming onto him, so he turns and walks straight back into her trap. A thicko woman can play tricks, as mens little heads are so so easily tricked.

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  24. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Molly,
    We do get tricked by women a lot. You’d think, that after a while, we’d get wise to all this, but NOOOOOOOOOO.

    Good to see you !

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  25. molly says:

    Hi Fuzzie you *are* looking good today! Alert! Most men on this blog got wise, eh.

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  26. molly says:

    Fuzzie are you on Chicago time?

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  27. molly says:

    If you’re on New York time you will be asleep I guess. I finish work too late your time, eh. Tomorrow is a weekend tho! Seee ya tomorrow Fuzzie! Sleep well till then! Bye 🙂

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  28. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Molly!
    Since I can’t see you, I’ll check for cheerfulness. I don’t think that I have ever sen you sad.
    All Indiana is on New York time, Eastern.

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  29. This article about dating attempts to be red pill but…ak…so much wrong here, seems there could be several posts for Farm Boy off this one!

    The Science Behind Bad Boys: Why You’re Always Chasing Players

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  30. Yoda says:

    Big Red ever happy she is?

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  31. Yoda says:

    mens little heads are so easily tricked

    Solution to this there is?

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  32. Yoda says:

    My mum taught me to see my own tricks

    Perhaps write post on what your mum taught you one could.

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  33. Spawny Get says:

    “Big Red ever happy she is?”

    Don’t care.

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  34. Liz says:

    “Another potential Farm Boy post
    Should have known better: The impact of mating experience and the desire for marriage upon attraction to the narcissistic personality”

    That’s interesting, Bloom. A research report, no less.
    I’m surprised they were able to get any grants for such un-PC research!

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  35. Tarnished says:

    Don’t care.

    Sums up Blurkel’s post this does.
    Men care for those that refuse to reciprocate, they should not.
    Only care for women and men who are likewise caring, they should.

    Blurkel has many words of wisdom he does. Glad I am that he has returned to us.

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  36. Yoda says:

    Men care for those that refuse to reciprocate, they should not.

    Driven by the little head some of this is.
    Also driven by honor, responsibility and obligation it would be.

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  37. Yoda says:

    Why not reciprocate women do?

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  38. Yes Liz, I thought that too re the study. It seemed to say the earlier a gal started dating and the more experiences she had, the more likely she was to be drawn to narcissist traits. Another reason to get building that repubzel tower w most now!

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  39. Tarnished says:

    Why not reciprocate women do?

    Because bitchiness and entitlement taught/rewarded by society and parents they are. Not all parents are like this. Not all women are herd followers, likewise.

    But entitled attitudes condoned and practiced by most…called “empowerment” now, hmmm?

    These women forget to work hard.
    Think everything should be easy, yes? If a man has good paying job, she should have too. Neglected to see he climbed ladder over many years and hours to procure it, she did. Leads to jealousy of the stupid kind this does…

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  40. Spawny Get says:

    Miss,

    “Not only do I not belong on this blog”
    I’m perfectly happy for you to stick around. I would like to think it’s a healthy place for you. It’s part of the reason that I want to keep the general tone a little upbeat, most of the time.

    “They tell the “incel” to improve his attitude so as not to drive away women.”
    Well, yeah. The standard shaming horse-shit. The world is just great, it’s all your fault. Bollocks.

    I would say that losing anger does lead to a better life for yourself. That’s the reason to talk things out and let them go; because it hurts you to be angry.

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  41. Tarnished says:

    I agree with Spawny, Missattempts. Being able to talk things over and release some of your frustration/find people who care about your well being makes for better mental health.

    You belong here (the blog and the planet) just as much as anyone else.

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  42. Liz says:

    ” If a man has good paying job, she should have too. Neglected to see he climbed ladder over many years and hours to procure it, she did. Leads to jealousy of the stupid kind this does…”

    I always thought the most damning piece of evidence against the so-called “gender pay gap” was the marketplace.

    If employers could really get the same labor/skill output for only 3/4 of the cost, they’d be hiring a lot more women. There wouldn’t be any need for a quota system.
    The labor market as a whole wants the best labor at the lowest price.

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  43. SFC Ton says:

    Betas get tricked Apr by women because betas are married to the FI script

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  44. Yoda says:

    betas are married to the FI script

    How happened this did?

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  45. Yoda says:

    I always thought the most damning piece of evidence against the so-called “gender pay gap” was the marketplace.

    Logical you are.
    Odd that people understand the market place not.

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  46. Choicy says:

    Betas are married to the FI script because? Well look at all the soppy movies and romance novels mate. The last romance movie this digger watched made him sick as a bitch tied to a salty’s first course. Sugar and tears, mate.

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  47. SFC Ton says:

    Naw because they believe it’s the way to get laid in the long term and alphas are evil. Betas take their pride in being the anti alpha/ anti male sort of like a reverse version of the anti hero concept.

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  48. Choicy says:

    We’re both correct I think. Snooze time for Choicy. Goodnight.

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  49. SFC Ton says:

    Yea man same/ same different words
    You are describing an aspect of a broader theme. Movies like that are part of the beta script.

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  50. SFC Ton says:

    That blonde chick talking about title 9 is a lair; title 9 has never been anything but a tool to tear down men

    Funny how progressives like that blonde gash don’t give a fuck about…. oh the 1st amendment until they get hemmed up their own anti liberty bullshit. You can beat dollars to donuts she wouldn’t be upset of reactionary thoughts/ so each were getting shut down

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  51. Padawan says:

    Tarn at 10 July, 2015 at 3:33 pm:
    Yodish Tarn’s First Language it is Not, mmmH?
    (by Padawan, Blog Laureate 2014 – ?)

    It’s hard to know, it’s hard to tell,
    Which would be less modish,
    Bloom’s infernal autospell
    Or Tarn’s fraught Pidgin Yodish

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  52. Tarnished says:

    Pigeon Yodish?

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  53. Padawan says:

    .
    A Magician Tarn Is, mmmH? (by Padawan, Blog Laureate 2014 – ?)

    A Pigeon Jedi out it came,
    All correctly dressed,
    Within a seven minute frame!
    The Bard is most impressed.

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  54. Yoda says:

    One should marry Ms. Dunham not,

    http://ace.mu.nu/archives/357786.php

    Dude Dating Lena Dunham Told Her For Years “I Can’t Marry You Until Gays Can Be Married.”
    Now Gays Can Get Married and He’s Like, Let’s Just Take This Slow, Baby

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  55. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Bloom at 10:22am,
    I read it. She is trying to justify suborning what she knows to be her own best interest to tingles.

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  56. Yoda says:

    Pigeons talk they can?

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  57. Liz says:

    “Dude Dating Lena Dunham Told Her For Years “I Can’t Marry You Until Gays Can Be Married.”
    Now Gays Can Get Married and He’s Like, Let’s Just Take This Slow, Baby”

    Bwahaha!
    Somehow I doubt Lena is the only SIW trying to marry a SNAG who has heard this recently.
    Hear that?
    It’s the musical sound of a million sensitive new-age-Lenaesque-dating weenies finding and attaching their ball sacks (however briefly, it’s still a beautiful image).

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  58. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    “Big Red ever happy she is?”
    When she is doing something mean to men.

    I do have to watch it. Angry bear today.

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  59. Liz says:

    “I do have to watch it. Angry bear today.”

    Don’t watch Red. You wouldn’t invite satan into your living room would you?

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  60. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Liz,
    Sometimes, Big Red strikes me as funny. I must be twisted.

    As for lena Dunham talking to me about marrige, if that happened, I would be running for the hills so fast, nothing could catch me.
    YIkES!

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  61. Liz says:

    You’d never date a Lena, Fuzzie. She’s a horrible human.

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  62. Yoda says:

    Misplaced priorities she had,

    http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/day-hack-announced-opm-released-sexual-orientation-and-gender-identity-discrimination-guide_988504.html

    On the OPM website, the agency has seven “top priorities” listed. The first two are “Honoring the Workforce” and “Build a More Diverse and Engaged Workforce”. Number four on the list is “IT Improvement” to “streamline and update IT systems” and number five is “Background Investigations” to “lead efforts to strengthen the background investigations program across government.” The priorities list does not include any direct references to “security.”

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  63. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Liz,
    Vox Day wrote a post about dating the other day. A secondond part is up today. In the first part he said that average for 201-29 yo women is 5’3″ and OVER 160 lbs. And he strongly stated that men should start writing to these.
    AAAAUUUUUURRRRRGGGGGHHHHHH!

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  64. Spawny Get says:

    Lena’s boyfriend looks like he’d be happier in a gay marriage, last I saw. They make a right pair.

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  65. Yoda says:

    New post there is.

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  66. Liz says:

    Pickins are slim out there, Fuzzie. Or unslim…as it were… 😦

    “Lena’s boyfriend looks like he’d be happier in a gay marriage, last I saw. They make a right pair.”

    Maybe that’s what he meant when he said “I’d like to marry, but I can’t until homosexuals marry. She just misinterpreted it.
    (regardless, anyone who dates Lena or a Lenabot is a feminist-enabling weenie)

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  67. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Liz,
    While it is a worthwhile read, the picture at the bottom of the post says it all. He’s in good shape and she is huge. Is this assortive mating?

    http://www.phoenixism.net/?p=18187

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  68. Liz says:

    Good article, Fuzzie.
    “Because we are less than perfect ourselves. We are short, ugly, socially awkward, pencil-necked, we dress funny (in some sad cases, all of the above), but a man who falls short of the mark receives absolutely no commiseration or validation in today’s feminized society. Thus, men find it difficult to swallow the fact that female gluttony and lack of discipline are rewarded while simultaneously, women are allowed to continually mock lesser men without social ramifications.

    How true.
    Magic Mike XXL was aptly named, BTW. There were a lot of hefty 2-ply chicks in that movie (not the main female characters, but the vast majority of the audience…maybe that was intended for authenticity, but it was gross).

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  69. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Liz,
    I didn’t see it but, that was an interesting takeaway. Nothing is done by accident in Hollywood.
    I have to wonder about all these “Jack Sprat” couples. Did he find her that way, or did she bulk up after the wedding?

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  70. Liz says:

    I think the women usually bulk up after the wedding.
    I’d never seen so many Jack Sprat couples as I did when we were at Pope, next to Ft Bragg. There were a lot of fit army men with fat wives.

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  71. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Liz,
    Maybe we are all seeing a little too much crazy.
    Soon, we will all need froggie helmets.

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  72. theasdgamer says:

    A thicko woman can play tricks, as mens little heads are so so easily tricked.

    Meh, my wife says the same thing–says I’m getting played. If a broad isn’t compliant, I ignore her. I can see her cards but she can’t see mine. I think it freaks women out a bit when I show that I can see their cards. Like when I told a broad that she made the first move on her now (beta) second husband.

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  73. theasdgamer says:

    Yeah, Liz, Bloom, Tarn, Molly, I can see all youse caahdz. Wear your tinfoil helmets, boyzngurlz.

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