What Lies Below

In a recent post, Ton commented,

One can never underestimate how much vanity impacts the “thinking ” of women. As in it effects all their thinking. Kid does bad? She says “do you how this makes me look”. Hating betas is about hating her low rank in the smp etc etc

It is suggested that this is all about vanity.  Or does it just look like vanity?  Perhaps it is something more.

It has been described thoroughly around the manosphere that women are herd creatures.  Part of being a herd creature is that one is dependent on the herd for many things.  Perhaps this is where Hillary’s “It Takes a Village” ideas gestates from.  Life independent of the herd is very difficult, and probably impossible for women (and much less so for a man).  So it is very important to be a member in good standing with respect to the herd.  And not be pushed out of the herd.

But on the other hand, a modern Strong Independent Woman (SIW) should not have such worries. Or does she?

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108 comments on “What Lies Below
  1. Tarnished says:

    So it is very important to be a member in good standing with respect to the herd.  And not be pushed out of the herd.

    Annnnnd then there’s those who were never part of the herd to begin with, or who left of their own volition because sacrificing one’s own personality to become just another “yes-(wo)man” seems like it would be fake and full of suckitude.

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  2. Tarnished says:

    But on the other hand, a modern Strong Independent Woman (SIW) should not have such worries. Or does she?

    Women who describe themselves as SIW almost always harbor these very worries. Which might lead one to the conclusion that by trying so desperately to assure themselves/their friends/their coworkers that Fish-Bicycle, they are actually pining for that which they despise. This is quite evident on dating coach blogs with female specific clientele…in the same breath, they assert their glorious independence whilst bemoaning the fact they’re still unmarried.

    It’s like watching a game of Pong.
    But with fewer balls.

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  3. Farm Boy says:

    If only the herd could be used for good rather than evil…

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  4. Farm Boy says:

    But with fewer balls.

    If it is women commiserating, then I would hope so.

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  5. SFC Ton says:

    Tarn nailed it.

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  6. Dragonfly says:

    “Or does she?”

    And the cow looks up from grazing! LOL love it

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  7. Tarnished says:

    Thank you, Ton.

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  8. Tarnished says:

    Completely OT, but needed to be shared. Won’t someone *please* think of the triceratops?!

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  9. Sumo says:

    I’ve seen that before, Tarn. Always makes me snort whatever liquid I happen to be drinking out of my nose.

    I’ve never bothered to attempt to verify whether or not that chick is really that stupid because, well…..she probably is.

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  10. Sumo says:

    Yeah, I was right – she IS that stupid.

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  11. Yoda says:

    Used DeLorean time machine to go back and capture a Triceritops he did.
    Skilled Spielberg is.
    If only wriiten Star Wars prequels scripts he did…

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  12. SFC Ton says:

    The dumb broad with the anti hunting rant….
    What do you want to bet she hates hunting because the alpha she could not snare loved to hunt?

    Or its a shit test. “I hate those barbaric hunters….. damn my vagina is leaking ….”

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  13. Yoda says:

    Next Spielberg hunt Unicorns he will.

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  14. Cill says:

    That dumb broad with the anti hunting rant would sure as hell hate me.

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  15. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    The photos in the original post made me think of this musical link. I don’t think that nyone can think of an unkind word to say about cws. They would make terrible house pets but, that’s not too unkind.

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  16. Just today I was reading a gal’s blog about how she (with her husband’s encouragement and blessing) had decided to give up substitute teaching because it was a lot of stress and hoops to jump through for the $500 she ended up making per month. And all the colds she kept catching. Sadly, most of the people (read women) in her life not only didn’t support her decision to be “just a wife” but they pointed out that she was already a slacker for not working full time! Did these armchair quarterbacks really care about her or about her husband or about their marriage, much less respect them? Or would they rather herd her off the cliff to her, her husband’s, and her marriage’s doom? Even her own mother shamed her for putting her family first.

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  17. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    When I first read it, I presumed she was pulling my leg. Read that wat, it is funny. I’ll trust Sumo and say that she has to be a real lunkhead.

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  18. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    They shaming her to confoem to some BS social mor. They didn’t care a fig about her. She made a decision based on cost/benefit analysis and they couldm’t argue.

    About the herd mentality, I don’t know if it’s always been there because we’re not a herd species. However, going from assortive mating to the tournament social order may have brought with it some baggage. The best model for the tournament social order would be a herd species.

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  19. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    On the last thread, Tarn mentioned someone who was missing a few balls from their game of Pong. Maybe I am givng away my age but, there is only one ball in play in the game of Pong.
    Excellent burn!

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  20. Spawny Get says:

    “That dumb broad with the anti hunting rant would sure as hell hate me”

    Not as much as the possums do.

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  21. Cill says:

    She gets my goat, is all.

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  22. Sumo says:

    Nah, she’s obviously a vegetarian.

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  23. Cill says:

    Someone with Moa smugglers should give her a good dorking to.

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  24. Sumo says:

    Go right ahead, brother. The Mighty Sumo doesn’t sully his dork with fugly vegematarians.

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  25. Cill says:

    It was our esteemed Patriarch who spoke of striding languidly throughout the interior of Spawny Archers clad in nowt but his Moa smugglers, bro. He was boasting about his newly-installed woody wood burner at the time. As the man with Moa smugglers, ’tis Spawny who should do the deed.

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  26. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Speaking about the herd instict, my mother was extremely conforming publicly. It was as if she couldn’t form an original thought. It all came from somewhere else. She was smart and educated too. I would call her a proto feminist, she would have been of an age with Betty Griedan.

    It may not be so much that they’re vegerarian but, they have to be special and not eat what everyone else is having. This doesn’t work too well at family dinnertime.


  27. Cill says:

    “she’s obviously a vegetarian”
    Good one.
    I didn’t get it at first (“getting my goat” vs her preferring it from a carrot).
    As with the possums, there’s too much going through my mind.


  28. Sumo says:

    ‘Tis okay, brother. The Mighty Sumo’s humour is occasionally subtle and difficult to comprehend.

    Not too often, mind, just occasionally. 😉

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  29. Yoda says:

    Tries to go on dates she does.
    Hilarity does ensue


    Chrissy Keenan, a UCLA senior, is the president of Bruin Consent Coalition, a campus group that works to raise awareness regarding sexual assault on campus. “When people know of me but they don’t really know the work, they hear the term ‘feminist’ or ‘sexual-violence prevention,’ they think, ‘super-extreme, bra-burning feminism,’” she explains, which often puts people on the defensive.

    Keenan herself, though, sometimes finds it hard not to go on the offensive. She’s so used to laying down the nitty-gritty details of consent that she’s been known to open romantic interactions with a spiel that feels straight out of a student handbook.

    She animatedly tells a story about a recent Tinder rendezvous: “One time, I agreed to meet with this guy at 8 or 9 at night. Before we met, I said to him, ‘This is the work I do, I know the chief of police … so, don’t try and get creepy; I know all my rights.’ And five minutes later, he was like, ‘Actually, I’m really not OK with how you just assume I’m a bad guy. And I get very bad vibes from that, so we shouldn’t hang out anymore.’”

    “I was in a rage. He was a total fuckboy about consent,” she said.

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  30. Cill says:

    When it comes to humour, there are big differences between nationalities – not so much in sense of humour as in the way it is expressed.

    In that regard, you did get “going through my mind”?

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  31. Cill says:


    That stuff isn’t really happening. It’s the script of a Rocky Horror Show. We are fictitious characters listening to other fictitious characters in a madhouse. Any minute now they will break cover, rip their bodices asunder and burst into bare-breasted song “toucha toucha toucha touch me, creature of the night”.

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  32. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    That she was turned down makes me a little happy. They have gone way too far with “Yes Means Yes” and men are just not going to risk a rape allegation for what was normal behavior. What the fembots never considered possible is happening. They are losing the men and that is the last they want. They are hitting the wall.
    Consider also that the current enrollment rate is 70/30 female to male.

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  33. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    That’s why I missed the reference.


  34. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    While checking out blogs that had links to youtube and were cricizing feminist videos, it occured to me that, no matter how trivial, there are a lot of feminist videos that are we, read expensively, produced. They must have a mountain of cash available to them.


  35. Cill says:

    Ode by a Possum to a Lead Bullet: You Are Always On My Mind:

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  36. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    You really have it in for opossums! They have to be a terrble pest where you are. In North America, you usually see them as road kill. They don’t cause too much trouble.

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  37. Spawny Get says:

    “I was in a rage. He was a total fuckboy about consent,” she said.

    Fuckboy = Pissbaby = Pussy

    Yeah right. What a pussy for running from such a well balanced individual.

    How did women ever convince men that they were the empathy laden sex?

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  38. Cill says:

    “How did women ever convince men that they were the empathy laden sex?”

    Before it’s too late, we have to sever ourselves from their “reality”.

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  39. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    She has no idea what a minefield she is. It”s not a matter of empathy, she’s mad because she has made herself unf*ckable.
    There, I said a very bad word.

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  40. Cill says:

    Yes Fuzzy. Repeat after me : “empathy” is a very bad word.

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  41. Cill says:

    You’re ok Fuzzy. Yoda at 6:35 am is so damn daft, I can only deal with it with daftness.


  42. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Empathy , to a feminist, can’t be found in the dictionary.
    The whole story is good news. Dating her would be a disaster at best but , to rrisk a rape charge with one errant move?
    We need to wait a little while for more reports to come in. If “Yes Means Yes” is putting college girls out of the market, they will be screaming.

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  43. Cill says:

    Fuzzy I agree.

    It will be good news when “Dating her would be the thing you do when you’re a spotlit possum and a lead bullet is the last thing that passes through your mind.”

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  44. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    You areobsessed with opossums. Here’s something to take your mind off of it.

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  45. Cill says:

    Fuzzy, it’s a couple of days until RWC Final, hence my unrestrainable excitement. I would crave your forbearance until it’s over.

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  46. Interesting twist about one of the gals mentioned in Yodas sexual assault activists and dating story, she got caught in the sight of another sjw:

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  47. SFC Ton says:

    Girl and Boy hate possum and use to bring me dead ones on the regular. Reckon the possum moved on cause they haven’t done that one in a while. Girl is pure hate any which way

    Hunting; I like leaving the semi processed critters where the girls will find them. The madest I’ve seen girl#2 was when I dropped a 40 pound Ono/ King Mackerel in her lap. A deer head in the sink was a close second……well maybe tied with a brace of rabbit on the dining room table

    Anyrate, and my real point, I think such things do women and city folk good. They are, generally speaking, to far removed from the we have to kill to survive/ thrive reality.

    In my case, it also helps maintain frame.

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  48. An article about the sexual assault activist Yoda quotes above, apparently one of the “yes means yes” should be a law gang.
    Question, do you have to get consent before touching yourself?

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  49. SFC Ton says:

    SJW’s live in a logically convoluted world.No Osscoms Razor for them

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  50. And then this quote from the article just speaks for itself:

    ““Honestly, even if they’re supportive, even if they say all the right things, and really want to discuss my job, it makes me feel weird about hooking up with them,” says Sofie Karasek, a recent UC Berkeley graduate and co-founder of End Rape on Campus. (She’s also involved with the UC Berkeley lawsuit and has a large part in the campus rape-culture documentary The Hunting Ground.) “It’s like, ‘Oh, we were just talking about rape, and now we’re going to hook up.’ It’s just weird.””

    Um yeah, THEY are weird. Riiiiight. Pfft.

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  51. SFC Ton says:

    That link about the anti rape activists is pure gold

    Also, she so go do her anti rape crusade in…. Haiti, the Congo, Egypt, Rotterdam etc.

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  52. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    On a wackiness scale of 1-10, this stuff qualifies as 11. What worries me is that public money is going to support all this.
    Another thought. the SJWs are going to get so bogged down in their own nonsense, yhey may bee to busy to bother anyone.

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  53. Cill says:

    Rugby World Cup Saturday 1st Nov 4 pm Spawny time.

    I have converted my hay barn into a stadium. TV screen on wall. The seats are hay bales stacked as steeply as the teetering terraces of Ellis Park, Johannesburg.

    The bar is a dag-sorting table. The “top shelf” (spirits) hangs from the lead-bar of a set of paddock harrows.

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  54. Maybe the sjw’s will start taking each other down in a massive sjw s#itshow meltdown?

    “You’re not diverse enough! ”

    “Oh yeah? Well you aren’t bi/trans/nonheteronormative enough”

    “Oh my rights, my rights have been assaulted. I need a safe space!”

    And so on.

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  55. They will try to out special snowflake each other!

    Get the popcorn! This should be good. Squee!

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  56. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I’ll be happy to find puppy and bear videos for them to watch in their safe spaces.
    If it weren’t so sad and reue, it would be funny. Yhis is all cartoon level stuff.

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  57. SFC Ton says:

    Holy shit are the comments golden in that rape activist who cannot get laid link


  58. Cill says:

    Richie McCaw for Prime Minister.


  59. Oooooh I did not read the comments! Let’s have a look….


  60. Cill says:

    Crush those Aussies! Kill!


  61. Cill says:

    Shoot the bastards! NZ to win RWC.

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  62. I liked this comment:

    “…. I wouldn’t be cautious because the woman is a survivor. I’ve had a lot of relationships over the years who were survivors, including my 2nd wife, who was a victim of sexual abuse by her adoptive father from age 9 to 15 and it took years until she was able to overcome some of the psychological damage done to her.

    I would be more cautious about that activists interactions and interpretations. There are so many buzz-words in this culture now, that are so extreme and prone to overanalyzation that almost anything that is being said can be turned around and used as proof against a person if you are out to do so.

    I am in need for harmony in my life, no need to complicate it beyond a regular relationship.

    You know… simple: “I like you!” “I like you too!” “Wanna go out for coffee sometimes?” “Sure!” or on a hook up level: “How about having coffee at my place now?” “Okay… I’d like that!”

    Not a scenario like: “I like you! Wanna go out for coffee sometimes?” “WHAT??? So you can put a roofie into my coffee and you can rape me??? NOOOoooo way!”

    Maybe the comparison is not the most elegant, but you might get the idea!”


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  63. SFC Ton says:

    That comment opener is bullshit Bloom. It implies there is indeed a raps crisis when the numbers are actually way low


  64. Cill says:

    Come November 1 (NZ time) my empty hay shed will be swelled by the ranks of stalwart AB hoards. We will raise the roof! The escaped Aussie convicts will be rendered hoarse in the voice-off!

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  65. Oops yes I meant to cut out that first part and just include the coffee date example, my bad.


  66. Cill says:

    I reckon I did pretty well there against that lot.


  67. Cill says:

    I deserve a well-earned mug of Cill’s Draught Down Under (glug).

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  68. It is good to see 99% of the commenters on the article see it for what it is. Very few try to support these “poor girls who are being victimized and can’t get dates because men can’t handle her nobel sjw work.” The comments give me hope that red pill thinking isn’t so isolated, that people are starting to see the crazy for what it is. Let’s hope!

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  69. Cill says:

    Ahhh there’s no ale like home-made ale. Nectar of the gods.

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  70. Cill what type is it? Similar to Fosters or is it an India pale ale or a red or a brown or a stout or a porter or a Belgin? Hoppy or malty? 🙂


  71. Cill says:

    Thus shall we put the Aussies to the sword (by Padawan, Blog Laureate 2014 – ?)

    He reeled and on Dan Carter
    Leaned one breathing-space,
    Then like a wild-cat mad with wounds
    He sprang at Pocock’s face.
    Through teeth and skull and headgear
    So fierce a kick he sped,
    His good boot stood a handbreadth out
    Behind the Aussie’s head.

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  72. Cill says:

    The hops come from a clipped hedge by my house. It doubles as a windbreaker hedge. I grow my own malt. No fertilizer or artificial chemicals. The challenge is the yeast. If the bug goes off I dump it otherwise I use it in the wort. If it comes out wrong I feed it to Pig.

    If it gets past all that I keep it and it’s usually beautiful to drink.

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  73. Cill says:

    I’ve been awake for 49 hours. Time for…

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  74. Yoda says:

    Yoda at 6:35 am is so damn daft

    Daft at 6:35 am I was not.
    Daft never I am


  75. Liz says:

    FB: If only the herd could be used for good rather than evil…

    It CAN be. 🙂
    That’s supposed to be the purpose of the herd (or was at one time), to punish bad behavior and reward good. Now things are turned around (nature isn’t designed for the strong to be under the fear and control of the weak, nor did it foresee social media…but I think John did, when he wrote Revelations).

    Cill: “That dumb broad with the anti hunting rant would sure as hell hate me.”

    Oh, Cill, she’d hate you long time. She’d hate your brains out. 😛

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  76. Liz says:

    Gah…have to go volunteer. That’s up to where I had time to read.
    I’ll come back later. Have a great day everyone!! 🙂

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  77. Yoda says:

    The next chapter it would be,

    A Columbia University student suing the Ivy League college for failing to protect him against a fellow student’s accusations of rape also blames Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand for helping destroy his reputation.

    Paul Nungesser’s lawsuit, filed last week in Manhattan Federal Court, argues that Columbia violated his rights by allowing Emma Sulkowicz to earn course credit for a project in which she carried a mattress around campus to highlight her claim that he raped her in 2012


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  78. Tarnished says:

    On the last thread, Tarn mentioned someone who was missing a few balls from their game of Pong. Maybe I am givng away my age but, there is only one ball in play in the game of Pong.
    Excellent burn!

    True, Fuzzie. But 1 is still greater than 0…that was my joke. 😉

    It may not be so much that they’re vegerarian but, they have to be special and not eat what everyone else is having.
    That is quite possibly the stupidest reason for being a vegetarian that I’ve ever heard. *sigh* Which of course means there are those who use it…ugh.

    This doesn’t work too well at family dinnertime.
    It’s not difficult at all to eat along with the rest of one’s family. There are plenty of meat substitutes that look very much like typical meats, and some are good enough “fakes” that my siblings have accidentally eaten them and were unable to tell the difference. They just thought it was a different brand than usual.
    For example, if the rest of my family was having tacos, I’d have tacos too, using veggie granules. If they were having hotdogs or brats, so would I. Chicken nuggets, ribs, corn dogs, burgers…the only thing that isn’t made as a vegetarian substitute is seafood (lobster, shrimp, oysters, etc) but that was never an issue since nobody in my family ever had it.
    So yeah, just make a substitute to go along with what they’re having, and eat more of the fruits/veggies already on the table. Not hard to do whatsoever.

    Oh, and by the by…Just because *I* won’t eat it, doesn’t mean I disapprove of hunting for one’s food. It’s a necessary part of survival for many animals, not just humans, and helps to keep wild populations in check. Besides, most people are omnivores, and meat definitely *is* mouthwateringly delicious.


  79. Yoda says:

    A herd of SIW exist it can?

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  80. Yoda says:

    Men do herds not.
    Packs they do.
    Trust and teamwork important to them it is.

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  81. Yoda says:

    Direction of herd — how chosen it is?


  82. Yoda says:

    Due process the opponents like they do not,


    Earlier this year Matt Salmon and Pete Sessions introduced a new bill to actually do something about current questions regarding the so called “rape culture” on American college campuses. Known as the Safe Campus Act, it would seek to ensure that the critical job of law enforcement in cases of violent crime and sexual assaults on campus is handled by professionals (i.e. the police) rather than some kangaroo court composed of students and administrators. It would also reinforce the constitutionally based concept that anyone accused of a crime must have a day in court to defend themselves against potentially specious accusations. The SJW hates it of course, but Democrats are now shocked and dismayed that other groups are supporting the bill… associations of fraternities and sororities.


  83. Yoda says:

    Be like Fuzzie Bear one can be,

    Wild: A game of animal survival that stretches off into infinity

    You can either ride the bear, or you can be the bear.


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  84. Cill says:

    “You areobsessed with opossums”

    Fuzzy the NZ and American opossums are so different, I doubt that they could breed together. The NZ “Possum” is officially classed as a noxious pest. It destroys native flora and fauna and spreads tuberculosis around domestic animals and livestock. The government is constantly at war with the Possum, using poison in a futile attempt to wipe it out. All it does is slow down the rate of increase in the Possum population. They would destroy NZ’s forests in a few decades if left unchecked.

    The poison gives the possums an agonizing death. It’s easy to give them instant death with a rifle: Mesmerize them at night with a spotlight and shoot them between the eyes. The pelts are superb and the meat is okay if well cooked.

    P.S. despite appearances, I was not drunk last night. Just tired. I drank a mug of ale at the end, which put me to sleep.

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  85. Tarnished says:

    Quick death + us of meat is 100% preferable to Slow death + potential poisoning of scavengers/a worthless loss of meat.

    Our possums are quite different. Though they are the only marsupial in North America, it’s likely Cill is correct…no possible interbreeding. I’ve raised a fair number of them when they were brought to the rehab house. Usually slightly older babies that got thrown off the mom’s back after being hit by a car. They are so precious, lying back in the palm of your hand, curling their tiny thumb-tails around your fingers while drinking from a bottle. 🐀

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  86. Cill says:

    Would they go well in a Possum Pie? With pastry and plums. Yum.

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  87. Farm Boy says:

    Possums from my farm,

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  88. Cill says:

    Tarn, if let loose in America, the NZ Possum would quickly destroy the american Opossum along with just about everything else of equal or smaller size.

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  89. Tarnished says:

    That’s what happens when a species has no natural predators. They’re like the kudzu of the animal world. You can keep ’em, Cill. We have plenty of small mammals already!

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  90. Tarnished says:

    *gasp* They’re so fluffy, FB. I love opposums. 🙂
    They are adorable when eating oatmeal with grapes, or sleeping in the hood of your jacket.

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  91. Spawny Get says:

    Something we can all get behind…

    If compulsory women’s cricket was not bad enough, we got the Women’s World Cup too this summer. Milo Yiannopoulos couldn’t have spoke a truer word when he said: “The only thing normal people care less about than women’s football is serious discussion of women’s football — a fact that seems to have escaped the media, who are celebrating this feminist triumph like it’s Armistice Day or the Potsdam Agreement”.

    Quite. Watching it is hopelessly dull; get it please BBC sports editors. That is because of the scientific fact that women are significantly underpowered when it comes to reaction times and stamina — i.e. the two things you need to be a good footballer.

    So where does that leave women’s rugby? Who really wants to watch a woman who looks like she could kickstart a jumbo jet, but actually neither has the power nor the strength of a man? Don’t argue. If she did have surely she’d be pressing to play in a same-sex team. Strangely, I haven’t heard that that’s on the feminist sports agenda.

    So why are we being made to pretend its something to celebrate?

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  92. Cill says:

    I don’t allow poison here. I carry a small bore rifle everywhere I go on my property. It’s my top priority, keeping the Possums and Rat populations under control. They would kill my free-range chooks (chickens). When I have friends and family here I take them out Possum shooting. For them it’s fun; for me it’s an ongoing chore.

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  93. Cill says:

    It’s ridiculous, Spawny. They already have girls in the boys’ teams in the schools. The boys are chastised if they play with too much strength or skill for the girls. The SJWs want us to be as miserable as themselves.

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  94. Spawny Get says:


    She talked sense on ‘This Week’ too. Stop subsidising huge families using the money of normal tax-paying peeps.

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  95. Sumo says:

    despite appearances, I was not drunk last night. Just tired.

    Slacker. 😉

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  96. Yoda says:

    Wonder if there is any meat on the posssum tail I do

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  97. Cill says:

    FWIW I might not spend much time here for the next day or so. I’ll have to play it by ear. Family and country folk will gather in my haybarn 4 a.m. Sunday morning NZ time to watch the build-up and the final on TV. There’s enough Draught Down Under in the barn to blow the pants off of the average bloke. Punch for the ladies.

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  98. Cill says:

    “Wonder if there is any meat on the posssum tail I do”
    Can be boiled for soup.

    Liked by 1 person

  99. Yoda says:

    Sexist he is,

    The once respectful Democratic primary has devolved into a slugfest about gender, with Hillary Clinton
    surrogates expressing outrage over how Bernie Sanders is conducting his campaign — even calling for him to fire his staff over alleged sexist remarks.

    The ugly dispute has knocked Sanders back on his heels, and placed him on the defensive — an unaccustomed position for a progressive who describes himself as a feminist.



  100. Spawny Get says:

    Might watch it. Due to superior planning, I’ll be watching it Saturday afternoon.
    FWIW I hope you deserve to win on the day and that you get what you deserve.

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  101. blurkel says:

    This is such crap. The Hillary-bots smell a victory which isn’t yet in hand. They managed to get Chafee and Webb to drop out. O’Malley has little chance of gaining any ground, and is likely to fall out before too much longer.. And after the last GOP “debate”, which CNBC lost totally, the process to coronate Hillary as the next POTUS requires that there be no opposition to her before the primaries begin.

    Hence the effort to smear Bernie Sanders any way they can. The American media is doing all it can to force Sanders out to ensure that Hillary’s coronation goes as planned.

    As Democratic Party strategist James Carville once observed, “Politics ain’t beanbag”. It is a close-order knife fight, in which the keenest stiletto flashed the fastest wins.

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  102. Yoda says:

    White males issues they have,


    If you’re white, male and poor enough to qualify for a free meal at school then you face the toughest challenge when starting out in life.

    That’s what the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) has said in “the most comprehensive review ever carried out on progress towards greater equality in Britain”.

    The suggestion is because white male poor pupils do worse at school their chances of getting good jobs is reduced

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  103. Farm Boy says:

    There is a new post


  104. SFC Ton says:

    Folks should think about how poorly Web did

    He represents the sort of White folks the Dems use to champion and nothing he had to say gained traction

    Him and Sessions would give trump another bost


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