Who’s Yer Daddy?


Once upon a time, most fathers were operating sole proprietorship businesses. Whether in agriculture or commerce, Father was the Master of His Own Domain. Everyone in the family knew and understood that their comfort and prosperity depended on the business being successful.

Children were expected to work in the family business as their way of assisting the effort, and generally, a close relationship would form. It wasn’t always a good or nurturing relationship, but there was understanding and communication. All generations knew their relatives fairly well if not necessarily endearingly.

This changed with the onset of the Industrial Revolution. Those who invested in the machinery necessary to produce insisted that it do so as much as was possible. The workweek was based on that of the farm, in which work began as soon as it was possible to see it, and continued until it could not be seen. Twelve-hour days were common, and there was no such thing as a weekend or a holiday. It was only when churchmen complained that Sundays became a shorter day to allow workers to attend services. This likely rankled those whose main deity was Mammon, but it was attributed to being a cost of being a successful and profitable enterprise.

The cost was paid by the family. Dad left before the kids got up, and was almost always gone until after they had gone to bed. He was rarely seen, and when he was seen, he was not in a good mood. He was losing money he desperately needed to provide for his family, and woe betide the child who was costly in this manner!

As larger and larger businesses formed, more and more of the workforce became employees and ceased most independent commerce. There just wasn’t time and energy left after the Owner took the largest portion of both. More and more, children became the domain of the mother, and how her children saw their father was entirely her responsibility.

My parents were mindless Catholics. Anything the Clergy said was as if it came direct from the Almighty. Keep having kids beyond your ability to provide. Send them to parochial schools even though the cost was dear. NEVER do anything to inhibit or prevent your fertility, unless you cease having any sex whatsoever. And NEVER use the work “sex”!

As the front-end of seven siblings, I got to experience this “wonderful” life. I would be ensnared in it still if it wasn’t for Pope John XXIII. He wanted to get the laity more directly involved in the day to day activities of their parishes, and to make the many major decisions such an operation requires in tandem with the head priest of the parish.

It came time to build a new church, as the school attached to it had grown so large it couldn’t be accommodated anymore. For instance, there were 61 (yes, sixty-one – it’s not a typo!) students in my first grade class. The laity had decided on a church in the round, which was a popular choice in many parishes in the region, and could be built inexpensively.

HOWEVER (you KNEW this was coming, right?) . . .

Our Monsignor had other plans. He’d always wanted a Gothic-style cathedral, and that was what he would have. He cared not that the parishioners couldn’t afford the doubling of the projected cost. It also didn’t help that the parish was successfully sued by a Naprapath who didn’t want to lose his home to a bunch of damned Papists! This cost another million or so before it was settled, all of which came out of the parishioners.

His greedy disdain of the people he supposedly led inspired me to look more closely at other teachings which were total bullshit!

Let’s begin with honor thy father. None of us knew who ours were as people, as they weren’t home much. “Honor” became “fear”, for when He appeared, there would be lasting pain and anguish! We grew distant from our fathers, as there was little positive interaction to generate anything else.

Our mothers grew estranged from their husbands, as they all at some point decided that being a brood mare wasn’t all it was cracked up to be. They couldn’t disobey the Church which had assigned them to this role, so there was no birth control or non-procreative sex. They could only become as abstinent as they insisted their daughters be. My mother confided in me that she was done breeding for this reason, but never told me that she was cutting my dad off at the balls. I figured that out later.

All around the neighborhood, this was going on. The economic motive for marital discord was evident, but the method utilized to achieve this left much to be desired. It caused many an angry argument, which echoed around the neighborhood as we’d tell our friends why they couldn’t come over – again. A few fathers left for work one day and never returned. Some got girlfriends to take care of the things Mom wouldn’t. Most developed major illnesses, some dying about the time they turned 40, and leaving behind teen-aged children and a stay-at-home wife with few employment skills.

Regardless of how a specific man dealt with this cultural calamity, he had already earned the enmity of his family. Prompted by the disdain of the wife (who with typical feminine irrresponsibility blamed him for every thing wrong in her life), we kids all learned to disrespect him as well. We knew that Mom wouldn’t let him get away with disciplining us when we were on her side.

Mom also had the Church on her side. Dad was always the bad guy for not sucking it up and taking all the abuse, and sometimes the priests would actually say so to his face. He couldn’t act out as he probably wanted to, as the Church had him programmed to obey clergy without question.

To this day, few of my friends have good relationships with their fathers, nor any interest in improving things. They might call him on his birthday, or Father’s Day, and might show up for a short visit on Thanksgiving or Christmas, But almost never any other time. They are too busy trying to work up the energy and mindset to go back to work themselves, just like they saw Dear Old Dad do week in and week out. It’s What Men Do.

I tried to do things differently, but all I had to go on were the nascent feminist ideals our mothers were beginning to follow. It ended up costing me dearly, as my posts and comments attest!

My mother -already an RN who could out-earn my father working part-time- went back for a masters degree and several advanced professional certifications. She had gotten tired of waiting for my father to recover (from his emotional collapse after being made incel) to provide the Lifestyle To Which She’d Like To Become Accustomed, so she became one of those Sistahs Are Doing It For Themselves-types. The fact that she was now capable of earning in the mid-six figures while she let my dad break upon the workplace rocks drove a wedge between us that never closed. I never overtly disrespected her, but I was very glad when she died earlier this year. I was finally FREE!

So why do I burden you with the soap opera which was my early life? That was the time when I had the chance to prevent the problem situation I now find myself. My kids don’t disrespect me – although their mother left a few indelible signs of influence in them. My wife isn’t capable of out-earning me even with a masters degree. Otherwise, I did what my dad, and his dad, and his dad before him, did. This. Must. End.

Being a married man is a fool’s errand. Unless your goal is to beget, you are much better off having a life. Be sure it isn’t for nothing that the Rhyming Slang for wife is Trouble and Strife. Centuries of male angst inspired that connotation.

The economics of marriage suck as well. Well-paying jobs are becoming a thing of the past, unless you live in Beijing or Mumbai. Even there, having a well-paid position isn’t a sure thing, as at least 2.1 billion people globally live on less than $2USD a day. Of these people, at least 880 million live on less than $1USD a day.  (Source: World Development Report 2008)

Things are also in decline for the USA. The Atlantic Magazine just published an article about declining American employment which is already evident in the fact that the number of US families living on $2 or less per person per day for at least a month had more than doubled from 636,000 households in 1996 to 1.46 million in 2011, according to a study released jointly by researchers at the University of Michigan and Harvard University. More recent reports don’t indicate better news despite “more jobs” to be shared by more people. Si, se puede yourself, Barry!

It’s going to be hard enough for today’s young men to provide for themselves. It is necessary that they not lightly or blindly take on any additional responsibilities, especially not women hearing their clocks tick. Most men can’t count on women to carry their share of the burden, and I don’t care that women now believe that men should be grateful that she will pay for dates. She WILL get her pound of flesh at a later time, and today’s young men need to understand the means, motives, and opportunities she will use to get it. Sex is the bait, and love has nothing to do with it. You WILL be lost in the process.

Just check the divorce stats if you don’t want to believe me over your mother’s conditioning of you. After all, your dad’s ashes are probably STILL on the top shelf in the closet. Such is the fate awaiting you if you don’t heed my warning!

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111 comments on “Who’s Yer Daddy?
  1. Tarnished says:

    Most men can’t count on women to carry their share of the burden, and I don’t care that women now believe that men should be grateful that she will pay for dates. She WILL get her pound of flesh at a later time, and today’s young men need to understand the means, motives, and opportunities she will use to get it. Sex is the bait, and love has nothing to do with it. You WILL be lost in the process.

    If nothing else, our gentlemen lurkers need to heed this piece of advice. There will never be enough “unicorns”. There will always be more than enough manipulators. It would be foolish to pretend otherwise.

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  2. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Blurkel,
    That was painful. The last bit, about your father’s ashes, did you find him there?

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  3. blurkel says:

    My father was actually buried intact. We felt he’d had enough hell in his life to be cremated.

    HOWEVER (you KNEW this was coming, right?), my father-in-law -mixed with his third wife- remains on the shelf, For some reason, Mrs B’s half brothers (different mothers) are feuding and can’t agree on where and when to scatter them.

    In all actuality, I was riffing on the excerpt which opens the post.

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  4. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Blurkel,
    I think that, for a lot of us, the way to break this ycle is to never marry and not have kids.

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  5. Mrs. Yoda says:

    There will never be enough “unicorns”

    Like to think that Yoda found one I do.

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  6. Tarnished says:

    I think he did, Mrs Yoda.

    Fuzzie, this is true on many levels. For men it has a lot to do with the post above. But there’s also the fact that some others…both men and women…are just so unused to seeing a stable, loving marriage that we don’t quite believe in it. Such marriages obviously do exist. Liz has one, after all. But she is the minority. And it shows.

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  7. blurkel says:

    “a stable, loving marriage”: she rides the pony and he mucks out the stall. 😀

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  8. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Blurikel,
    I have actually been there. I took care of the two sweetest Arab mares. While their owner offered to take me out riding, I didn’t want to complicate my relationship with the mares.
    There is a saying about “riding horses hard and putting them away wet”, it’s a statement exemplifying bad horsemanship, their owner really did do this.
    She wanted me to build them a shower.
    In the meanwhile, the mares loved me. I brought them food twice a day, every day.

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  9. molly says:

    Horse loves me as I feed him with hay. I luv the smell of hay. 🙂

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  10. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Molly,
    They love you for bringing it to them!
    NEIGH!

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  11. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Where are my manners?
    🌯 🌯 🌯 🐻 🙄

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  12. molly says:

    Thanks Fuzzy! 🐻 I go away on business soon. Away next week.
    🌯 🌯 🌯 🌯

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  13. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Molly,
    I am already missing you! You can’t take us with you? Are you off searching for ancient artifacts with Indiana Jones?
    “Truck? What truck?!”

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  14. molly says:

    I’m off to inspect stuff Fuzzie. That didn’t tell u much, eh (heh heh)
    I bet y’all get a shock if I said what my job is! 😉

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  15. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Molly,
    I bet that I would! Anyway, it’s lots more fun guessing.
    “Nazis. I hate those guys!”

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  16. Tarnished says:

    Off topic

    Hey all. I found a new MGTOW blog today. Looks like the author is fairly new, but his stuff seems good so far and has gotten a bit of conversation going on the MGTOW Reddit at least.

    His newest post might be something Blurkel and others can illuminate us on, namely why it seems that more women rent apartments than men. Here’s his link:
    http://happymgtow.com/2015/09/15/why-are-there-so-many-more-single-women-renting-apartments-than-single-men/

    And my comments haven’t been moderated yet, but here’s what I had to say about it:

    There are probably many reasons, most personal. However, it’s likely more women than men rent due to economic factors. Men were hit harder by the job recession than women were, men aren’t attending college or other post-high school education venues as much as women are, and more men are opting to remain at home. Another factor could be that men are more likely to purchase homes in general if they can afford it since our society still forces the male role of “provider”. A decent number of men do still want to marry and/or have children…homes are sometimes a better choice for families than apartments, especially if most of the apartment options in their area are studios or 1 bedrooms. One last factor could simply be due to credit history/scores, since women tend to have more credit cards or loans than men (student, car, etc) at younger ages. Landlords may be actively picking a tenant with a longer credit history over one without.

    Apartments just tend to make a lot of sense for singles who can afford it, regardless. Things like garbage/recycling pickup, leaf/snow removal, basic security, most repairs, and heat/AC are typically included in the rent agreement, especially in an apartment complex. For those like myself who work 55+ hours a week and live alone, taking care of a one bedroom is far easier than attempting to keep up with even a small house.

    As I’m getting ready for work right now, another thought has occurred to me. It could be that you just aren’t seeing the male tenets as much as the female ones.
    When leaving my complex in the morning, there are rarely any women going out to their cars, but there are numerous men leaving as I do. It’s not atypical for men to put in more hours than women in general, or have job hours that either begin earlier or end later. Sometimes both, as I can attest to working from 8 or 9:30am-9:30pm during a store event/tournament. Men with similar jobs, more than one job, or long commute times may be “invisible” to their neighbors. I finally met the guy to the right of my place last week, and he was surprised to learn I’d lived there for the last 5 years…he’d been my neighbor for the last 2, and constantly wondered why it was “empty”, ha!

    What is everyone else’s take on this?

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  17. Yoda says:

    I don’t care that women now believe that men should be grateful that she will pay for dates.

    A minor victory this might be.
    If a victory it is.

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  18. Cill says:

    Except perhaps for the pre-industrial marriages, blurkel describes unhappy relationships. Until recent times, sons of those relationships continued to marry.

    In today’s feminist world, I wonder about boys who grew up without the balancing influence of a father in their lives. Their mother hasn’t needed a man. She has been supported by the daddy State. I doubt that a fatherless son believes his reason for existence is to support women (unless he’s been brainwashed by his mother).

    And what about boys across the board? Sons will grow up to realize they pay tax to support women regardless. They probably won’t resent this as much as they should. Men are slow to resent women – too slow for their own good. Women are quick to resent men – too quick for anyone’s good.

    The Feminist Establishment brainwashes boys into believing the stereotype of the worthless male. How can worthless creatures support anything, let alone a family?

    Feminism is so stupid, it’s as if their goal is to make men unwilling to prop up the daddy State. If the Feminist brainwashing succeeds, boys will be convinced of their inability to support a family, and won’t try. If the Feminist brainwashing fails, boys will know modern women aren’t worth it, and won’t try. Daddy State will collapse if men stop trying.

    Feminism is as thick as two short planks.

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  19. Yoda says:

    How to generate more female unicorns wonder I do.

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  20. Yoda says:

    I wonder about boys who grew up without the balancing influence of a father in their lives

    How rational would they be?
    Feminized they are?

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  21. Yoda says:

    The Feminist Establishment instills into boys the stereotype of the worthless male. How can worthless creatures support anything, let alone a family?

    Good question this is.
    Perhaps to ask it is to answer it would be.

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  22. Yoda says:

    If the Feminist brainwashing fails, boys will know modern women aren’t worth it, and won’t try.

    What precisely is the brainwashing they do receive?

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  23. Cill says:

    The stereotype of the worthless male

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  24. Yoda says:

    Perhaps many men share apartments they do.
    Show up as one rental this might.

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  25. Yoda says:

    If young males feel that worthless they are,
    then feminist propaganda succeeded it did?
    And then try the young males will not?

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  26. Cill says:

    Tarn re more women rent apartments than men.
    In NZ the “living alone” male:female ratio is 75:100:

    Males living alone : 138,891; Females living alone : 185,247

    What are the stats in the USA?

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  27. Cill says:

    Yoda at 6:45 pm:

    Yes.

    I’ll go back and edit it, maybe.

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  28. Yoda says:

    Confused I was.
    And not because 900 years old I am

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  29. Blurkel your story makes me so sad. Please pick up that guitar. For you! Hugs

    Also, spawny asked me to link to my new posts so here’s the latest: http://notesfromaredpillgirl.com/2015/09/16/9256/

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  30. Cill says:

    Edited it somewhat I did. Readable by babes and sucklings it now should be.

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  31. Cill says:

    Readable by the elderly it also should be. Already a Like it has received.

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  32. What women in general don’t realize is that many feminist leaders are either lesbian or uninterested in men, so following their advice will lead to what feminist leaders want, a man-free life, not what the average women wants! But because of the herd mentality, women go along with feminism thinking “team woman” wins, but they don’t! Everyone loses. I agree w the two thick planks thing! Feminism has HURT women – and men, and children.

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  33. Cill says:

    Bloom understand it she did.
    900 years too old to understand modern world it might be. 😉

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  34. Cill says:

    If the Jedi’s light saber is in his hand, withdraw last comment I do.

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  35. Mrs. Yoda says:

    at women in general don’t realize is that many feminist leaders are either lesbian or uninterested in men

    Foolish this would be.
    Men follow gay leaders not.

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  36. Darth Maul says:

    If the Jedi’s light saber is in his hand, withdraw last comment I do.

    Don’t back down. Darth Sidious kicked his little green ass, and that guy is older than dirt. >:)

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  37. Yoda says:

    My dander up it is.
    Challenge me wet behind the ears whipper-snapper does?

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  38. Darth Maul says:

    Easy there, short stuff. Don’t forget, you couldn’t even take Dooku.

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  39. Yoda says:

    Darth Sidious kicked his little green ass

    The movie portrayal that was.
    Real life different but would be.

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  40. Yoda says:

    Dooku ran away he did.

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  41. Yoda says:

    Dooku a stupid name it is.
    Little better than Jar-Jar it would be

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  42. Darth Maul says:

    And when did “whipper-snapper” become part of the Jedi lexicon?

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  43. Cill says:

    “whipper-snapper” descriptive of green appendage it would be.
    An anachronism it is.

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  44. You guys are hilarious. This is why I follow the manosphere! Where else can I see a Jedi and a sisth smack talking? Lol. 😀

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  45. And Darth Maul, no offense but until you appeared here I had not ever heard of you, but I used to sleep w a stuffed toy Yoda every night as a kid. Sorry!

    I hate to even say this, as if that wasnt harsh enough, but the other day at the grocery store even my preschooler wanted the cereal box w Yoda. I pointed to the Darth Vader version and nope, she was not going to the dark side either and she’s never even seen Star Wars! No joke!!!

    In short, you kinda have an image problem. Try to lighten up a bit maybe? 😉

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  46. Mrs. Yoda says:

    “whipper-snapper” descriptive of green appendage it would be.
    An anachronism it is.

    Not to me it is.

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  47. Darth Maul says:

    “Lighten up”? You’re pulling the race card on me?

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  48. SFC Ton says:

    Dark side is more fun and you know we pull more ass

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  49. Yes Ton, we all know that. Lol. Well done, good job, high five. Pfffft. 😉

    The dark side… I don’t believe in it. I am going to befriend Darth Maul yet. We’ll pick flowers and talk about our feelings! La la la…

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  50. Mrs. Yoda says:

    you know we pull more ass

    Whose fault that would be?
    Poorly trained young that is.

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  51. Mrs. Yoda says:

    So mad that mistake I did make.
    Should be “Poorly trained young women that is”

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  52. Yoda says:

    Darth Maul,

    May you accidentally activate your light saber while sleeping

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  53. Hi again Darth Maul! You know you secretly want to be good. No amount of darkness can overcome light, but the smallest light can overcome dark. Is that why you are so upset?(pats shoulder.) It’s ok. You can switch teams yet!

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  54. Mrs. Yoda says:

    Darth Maul,

    May your horns destroy your pillows and sleep poorly you will

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  55. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Tarn at 6:07pm,
    It may be a matter of perception to that blog writer. In this day, men are getting good at staying invisible. Where he is would have a lot to do with it. Homes in the Rust Belt are sti8ll cheap.

    Cill,
    You do bring up an interesting point. What if feminism sicceeds in demoralizing young men? I think that normal women will start stringing up feminists from lampposts.

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  56. SFC Ton says:

    Feature not bug

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  57. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Bloom,
    Your preschooler, who knows nothing about Star Wars, prefers Yoda over Darth Vader?
    George Lucas tapped into something deep.

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  58. What do men want? A good girl who is bad for them. What do women want? A bad boy who is good to them. See how that all works? 🙂 Ta da!

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  59. What doesn’t work? Girls trying to be bad to get boys to like them or boys trying to be good so girls like them. Ta da!

    Yohami would be so proud. Sniff!

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  60. @ fuzzie the preschooler story is true! I have the box of cereal w Yoda on it to prove it 🙂 it was pretty surreal.

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  61. blurkel says:

    @Bloom

    Please pick up that guitar.

    I can’t. It’s buried somewhere under my wife’s excess possession mountain.

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  62. @ blur keel, I have one and no idea how to play it. It’s yours!

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  63. Cill says:

    I also have a guitar that’s yours if you want it, brother. Unlike Bloom, I used to be a player, but not of the guitar. I played the Appassionata. “Used to be” is a common enough expression among aging men. I guess U’m getting old.

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  64. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Bloom,
    What do men want? I think men want to be loved. I am still wrestling with the notion of Rollo Tommassi’s Iron Rule No. 6.

    What do women want? I have heard the line, “What have you done for me lately?”.I don’t think that one hundred percent is enough.

    Music for your preschooler.

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  65. Yoda says:

    Talk I can.
    Darth Maul talk he cannot.
    Important difference this is.
    Talking Yoda stuffed toys there are
    Lifeless Darth Maul dolls all that have you do.

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  66. @ fuzzie I can see how through a male lens, the female agenda may seem ruthless (not sure that’s the right word?) rollo does get it, accepting that women just are different and that it is what it is and has always been, then stepping past that to appreciate women as they are flaws and all, as women need to accept men as they are flaws and all, then it can work. As long as men or women expect the other gender to be/think/feel/morivate/act/etc. “like them” it falls apart. That’s equalim, gender as a social construct, etc. it just doesn’t work like that. I don’t like it either, but it is what it is… Ooooommmmmm

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  67. Yoda says:

    he other day at the grocery store even my preschooler wanted the cereal box w Yoda. I pointed to the Darth Vader version and nope, she was not going to the dark side either and she’s never even seen Star Wars!

    Perhaps try this cerial she should.
    A good guy the Admiral was.

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  68. That’s what “game” is fuzzie, teaching good guys how to pretend to be bad. Cause that’s also what women want -the bad boy who is secretly good! I know, it’s weird.

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  69. Moehau Man says:

    It wouldn’t surprise me if you foreign jokers have Moe toys on the shelves. I hope they can makes sounds, or at least wield the Kauri Club.

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  70. Moehau Man says:

    Yes well, I reckon molly should teach Fuzzy how to be bad. I’d try to teach him, but his head would probably only end up putting a new dent on me Kauri Club.

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  71. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Bloom,
    I thought “Game” was developed in reaction to women adopting short term sexual strategies.

    I don’t quite know what to think anymore.

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  72. Yoda says:

    It wouldn’t surprise me if you foreign jokers have Moe toys on the shelves.

    Elsewhere in the galaxy exist they do.
    Accesorize the Moe doll with cod pieces and oblong rocks one can

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  73. Moehau Man says:

    I wonder if they have a Mrs Moehau Man (my accessorizable old mum) doll .

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  74. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    They’re doiscussing sexbots over at Dalrock.
    https://dalrock.wordpress.com/2015/09/16/is-it-robolove-or-robolust/
    So is Milo at Breitbart.
    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2015/09/16/sexbots-why-women-should-panic/

    The comments at Dalrock’s are telling. Two years ago, you’d hear something more hopeful. Now, a lot of it is simple resignation.

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  75. Darth Maul says:

    To the Yodas:

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  76. Cill says:

    Fuzzy’s Dalrock link.
    Emphasis added by me:

    “Sexbots don’t even need to become a direct replacement for marriage to have a profound effect on our economy. Our current system relies on young men continuing to prepare to be providers while marriage continues to be further and further delayed. Sexbots will in this context be yet another distraction tempting young men to coast instead of working diligently in anticipation of their future wives tiring of having sex with other men. As each successive cohort of women tires of the carousel and starts looking for husbands, they will increasingly find that the cohort of men they hoped to marry are still willing to marry but fewer and fewer are in a position to play the role of provider. Additionally, sexbots could also accelerate the decline in men’s willingness to remarry after being punished in divorce court.”

    They expect young men to put up with that crap when they have an alternative outlet for sex – the most lifelike alternative yet? (Or perhaps it’s not so lifelike after all, in that it lacks all the shit tests and dishonesty and hypocrisy and bigotry and false accusations that come with the human female alternative)

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  77. “Or perhaps it’s not so lifelike after all, in that it lacks all the shit tests and dishonesty and hypocrisy and bigotry and false accusations that come with the human female alternative”

    Yeesh! Now, now… 😉

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  78. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Cill,
    The women who frequent this blog are not at fault in this. They are models of good behavior.
    But, for the last forty years, women overall have abused their position of power.

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  79. Cill says:

    “The women who frequent this blog are not at fault in this.”

    Agreed.

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  80. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Bloom,
    Men have been hurt and DELIBERATELY so.

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  81. Cill says:

    I expected VR sex to get there ahead of sexbots. I’ve developed VR myself, for completely different purposes, and it definitely has the capacity to do the job for sex. VR will be harder for the SJWs to control than sexbots

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  82. Fuzzie I get it. I feel I was deliberately hurt and mislead too. Not by men, but by team woman. “They” suck, I agree,

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  83. Cill says:

    VR cf Sexbot:

    With VR sex men will be able to “play the field” and hypergamy will be irrelevant. Men will also be able to decide upon the milieu they prefer and stay with it for as long as they want.

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  84. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Bloom,
    I had forgotten that they do want compliance. There is a difference. They can’t be sen to be eating their own.
    Just so you know, the healing process for men is ongoing.

    Cill,
    Not that it applies to this discussion but, wouldn’t VR be fantastic for displaying real estate?

    I don’t expect too much from all this. It does make for a lively discussion.

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  85. Cill says:

    Fuzzy I have programmed my own VR to display development projects and to expedite design. Such applications have been around for a long time with engineering, but I needed to develop my own.

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  86. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Cill,
    I can see how that could be a very powerful tool.

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  87. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Charlotte Proudman interviewed.

    Considering how this turned out, I think it would be a very good idea for boys not to talk to girls on LinkedIn. You can’t tell them apart by looking at them.

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  88. Cill says:

    “I think it would be a very good idea for boys not to talk to girls on LinkedIn”

    Having read the innocuous “offending” comment by the Solicitor (a response to her overture to him BTW) and her ideological reaction to it, I think it would be a very good idea for boys not to talk to girls at all.

    NAWALT but when the downpour of accusation and blame reaches a watershed, it’s time to call enough.

    The interview was by a man well known for his political correctness.

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  89. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Cill,
    I don’t think that she realizes that the harm she has caused to men is little in the harm that she has caused to women.

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  90. Cill says:

    Fuzzy, looking at the history of the thing, I think she realizes very well. Bashing men is a way to fast-track her career. As a lawyer she’s thinking: there is so much precedent for the success to be had out of bashing men, why not give it a go for myself? In British law it’s known as stare decisis.

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  91. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Cill,
    If she sees gains from pursuing this, society deserves lss faith than I place in it. Personally, I think that she needs a new career plan.

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  92. Cill says:

    The ongoing supply of youth gives Feminist ideology its strength. Misinform the young of today, and by the time they have grown up enough to think for themselves, the next feminist-indoctrinated generation is already in their faces, dulling them out.

    I’m not fooled by that woman’s “shrinking violet” act for one second. She took a mild compliment from a man and made it public to advance her feminist career like a knife in his back.

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  93. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Cill,
    That all sounds like the long way round of saying PT Barnum’s famous cynical statement, “There is one born every minute.”Personally, I prefer Abraham Lincoln’s observation, “You can fool all of the people some of the time, and you can fool some of the people all of the time, but you can’t fool all of the people all of the time.”
    I sincerely hope that this pushback against Charlotte Proudman signals peak feminism.

    Also, blogposts about sexbots are all over the manosphere. What is absent is a willingness from men to forgive women for abusing the imbalance of power.
    I don’t know where this will lead.

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  94. Cill says:

    Fuzzy, much here on this blog has been said before, time and again. Most of it bears repetition*. I make no apologies. But I take your point.

    * and long may it continue

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  95. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Cill,
    When you say, “bears repitition”, does this mean that I have to keep going through this?

    Agreed that Charlotte Proudman set a trap for the older barrister.

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  96. blurkel says:

    Book of Replies, Ch.2

    @ Bloom and Cill

    Thanks for the instrument offers. What I’d really need more are time donations. That must be a fun spell checker you have, Bloom. Blur keel indeed!!!

    @ fuzzie

    What do women want? I have heard the line, “What have you done for me lately?”. I don’t think that one hundred percent is enough.

    Women take far more than they give in men’s terms. How, for example, do I get reimbursed for the six years I spent working graveyard and going without sleep for days so that a masters degree could be earned and then discarded? Imagine the firestorm if she was the one who went without sleep and I discarded an advanced degree?

    @ Bloom

    I can see how through a male lens, the female agenda may seem ruthless (not sure that’s the right word?)…

    I thing the correct phrase is “entitled and demanding satisfaction”.

    A wise woman I once worked with once told me that marriage is finding someone whose faults you can tolerate. For men, even the #10 women out there have someone who became tired of her shit. We end up connecting with women who at least pretend to like us, at least until “I Do” is done.

    @ fuzzie

    There are several comments in the Dalrock thread I found to be uplifting. I did note the resigned ones to which you referred, but feel they don’t see the forest for the trees: women already have sexbots.

    Anyone here ever heard of The Sybian? Women have given up men for one of these.

    In the Breitbart article, author Milo Yiannopoulos claims “…most of the reason I went gay is so I didn’t have to deal with nutty broads.” Ah, no. Straight males will only go gay when they are completely denied any other options (see: Joe Arpaio’s pink jail suits). Otherwise, he makes some great symptomatic observations.

    But I don’t believe that most men will invest the financial assets necessary to purchase a sexbot when AR will prove to be more satisfactory at far less cost in terms of money and maintenance time. Sexbots will need as much “tender loving care” as their human counterparts if they are to continue to satisfy!

    And the best comment to which I reply comes from Cill: As each successive cohort of women tires of the carousel and starts looking for husbands, they will increasingly find that the cohort of men they hoped to marry are still willing to marry but fewer and fewer are in a position to play the role of provider.

    And what woman truly marries only for love? There is always evaluation by her of the aspect of him supporting her once she decides to breed. Few women are like Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer, who is worth $380 million and ONLY took home $42 million in 2014. Her need for a man is purely genetic. (Source: http://www.forbes.com/profile/marissa-mayer/)

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  97. SFC Ton says:

    Women Ave to express remorse for forgiveness to be extended

    Women don’t do remorse very well or very often. To fragile for it

    It is likely that proudman chick has no clue as to the possible damage she has done as she is high on the wave of attention and drama her attention whoring delivered. Women are addicted to drama and natural born attention whores. Feature not bug.

    To semi quote Rollo, hypergamy doesn’t care, is extremely pragmatic and ruthless. That’s nature for you and hypergamy is natural

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  98. Yoda says:

    Feature not bug.

    From a societal perspective true this is not.

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  99. Mrs. Yoda says:

    Charlotte caught in a web of her own design she is?

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  100. Mrs. Yoda says:

    Women are addicted to drama and natural born attention whores.

    Need to be taught to do otherwise they do

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  101. Mrs. Yoda says:

    I wonder if they have a Mrs Moehau Man (my accessorizable old mum) doll

    Such a doll have I do.
    “Knitting codpieces” accessory I do have

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  102. Cill says:

    Re: Proudman.
    We need to see an example of men refusing to apologize for once. The Solicitor should stand up to the wannabe Barrister (Proudman) and say he’s not sorry for giving her a polite compliment, and then let it play out in public. The SJWs will join in on her cause. The MSM will be biased as usual (the BBC has already started by giving her the supportive interview above). The more it happens the more the public will tire of the MSM and feminism.

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  103. Spawny Get says:

    Charlotte’s tribute toy

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  104. Yoda says:

    A Patriarch sighting there is.
    Perhaps Patriarch or Cill do a post on Ms. Proudpersyn they could

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  105. Yoda says:

    To the Yodas

    Address me as Master Yoda you will.

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  106. Mrs. Yoda says:

    Darth Maul,

    Perhaps one of my sammiches mellow you out it would?

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  107. Spawny Get says:

    Time is tight and other promises have been made…and the Rugby starts tomorrow…and the weekend has a festival of speed in Alana’s home state. And I have a new toy that I haven’t played with in the month since getting it.

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  108. Cill says:

    “And I have a new toy that I haven’t played with in the month since getting it.”
    Does it have a pageboy haircut?

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  109. Spawny Get says:

    The hairstyle that gives a new twist to the word ‘dickhead’…yeah, that’s the one

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  110. Farm Boy says:

    There is a new post

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  111. SFC Ton says:

    There is nothing inherently wrong with women craving drama/ emotional roller coaster and attention. It’s how they are made and it worked out well most of human history

    It’s trearting them like mature adults that causes problems

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