No Rapists Need Apply


As “Yes Means Yes” laws and other anti-sexual assault legislation emerge from the corrupted back rooms of political deal making, it seems that the legal intentions of the law don’t appeal to every college-aged woman.

The national offices for the Phi Mu, Alpha Gamma Delta and Alpha Chi Omega Feminine Fraternities have issued a communiqué in opposition to HR-3403, otherwise known as The Safe Campus Act of 2015 and also against HR-3408, entitled the Fair Campus Act of 2015.

These organizations all refer to themselves as women’s fraternities, so I will as well – since I think most feminized male fraternities are bastions of childish dorsal ports who only make things worse for the rest of us. But I digress.

“Phi Mu Fraternity does not endorse the Safe Campus Act nor the Fair Campus Act legislation…While we appreciate the intent of the proposed legislation, we do not support the bills.”

Alpha Gamma Delta said: “As the Safe/Fair Campus legislation stands today, Alpha Gamma Delta is not in support of moving forward with these bills.

Copies of their official statements can be seen here.

“Alpha Chi Omega has not and will not endorse the Safe Campus Act nor the Fair Campus Act without substantive victim-centered changes,” it announced in yet another statement released 11/12/15.

Alpha Phi became the first when it issued a statement Thursday saying it is not in favor of these bills. As these exclusive clubs most likely come from wealthy homes, Daddy’s political connections will get them what they want.

Phi Mu, Alpha Gamma Delta and Alpha Chi Omega are the second, third and fourth feminine fraternities to publicly break with the National Panhellenic Conference, an umbrella group for feminine fraternities that has lobbied in favor of the contentious campus rape bills, and say they do not support the Safe Campus Act.

The discordant statements signify a blow to the NPC, and the North American Interfraternity Conference, which have spent more than $200,000 in 2015 lobbying in support of controversial provisions in the Safe Campus Act, including limiting when colleges can investigate sexual assault cases.

Now before I go any further with this, I want to point out that the opposition to these bills is NOT in defense of any males which may be caught up in this inquisition. The opposition comes from the belief of these rich girl clubs that these bills are not draconian enough! I’m sure if they thought they could get away with this next concept, they would push for the laws to require that all college males be chemically castrated and/or encased in chastity belts in order to defend their pure-as-the-driven-snow virtues (which they will gladly surrender to the first Alpha who sticks his hand down her panties)!

To all college-age men out there, I strongly advise you to stick to your studies, and avoid your feminine peers, lest your education be diverted into the classes Bubba and Bruno hold inside the Greybar Hotel, and which specialize exclusively in how to keep them sexually satisfied. The laws are becoming SO twisted against you that it is only a matter of time before your very existence violates some law.

Don’t date, and don’t plan on marrying, unless you like martyrdom. Save up the money you’d blow taking some scheming female out and save it to spend on a professional when you can’t hold out any longer. At least you know she won’t scream rape when it’s over, you’ll likely have a better experience, and you won’t give up your freedom in the process.

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79 comments on “No Rapists Need Apply
  1. Tarnished says:

    To all college-age men out there, I strongly advise you to stick to your studies, and avoid your feminine peers, lest your education be diverted into the classes Bubba and Bruno hold inside the Greybar Hotel, and which specialize exclusively in how to keep them sexually satisfied. The laws are becoming SO twisted against you that it is only a matter of time before your very existence violates some law.
    Don’t date, and don’t plan on marrying, unless you like martyrdom. Save up the money you’d blow taking some scheming female out and save it to spend on a professional when you can’t hold out any longer.

    Was just giving this advice to a somewhat new, younger male coworker earlier today. (In a more subtle way, of course.) He agreed, and said it was why he spent the extra money to rent an apartment instead of living in a campus dorm. It’s just that little bit safer. I applauded his wisdom, but am still sad it has come to this…

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  2. Cill says:

    save it to spend on a professional when you can’t hold out any longer. At least you know she won’t scream rape when it’s over, you’ll likely have a better experience, and you won’t give up your freedom in the process.

    I agree (Prostitution more Honest than Marriage).

    Good stuff, brother B.

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  3. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Whenever CoTWA comes up, I’ll read. According to them nearly all the negative reaction to the Safe Campus Act is the requirement that any instace of sexual whatever must e reported to the police before campus authorities can follow through with their own ejudication. It seems a lot of women would rather skip talking to the police.
    How come?

    I am sorry that it has come to this too.
    As soon as the women on campus figure out that all this legislation has made them untouchable, they’ll be sorry too. They they’ll start getting very vocal.
    That may prove interesting.

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  4. Yoda says:

    Simple rule explain I will.
    Take a law’s name you can.
    Invert the meaning you should.
    Then understand law’s true purpose you will

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  5. Yoda says:

    Goal of laws to make campuses unsafe for men it would be

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  6. Yoda says:

    Wonder what stronger tonic in mind they do have.

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  7. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    You would think tht they would leave wellenough alone. A couple of years ago, the female to male ratio was 60/40. This year it went to 701/30. If their goal ist to drive men away, they are succeeding.

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  8. Tarnished says:

    It seems a lot of women would rather skip talking to the police.
    How come?

    The reasoning given most often is that the lines of questions police use to gather evidence, create reports, and check out stories/alibis is too much like an interogation, and forces the alleged victim to relive the abuse/rape/assault. Thing is, I’ve read transcripts of actual cases like this during some of my personal research into sexual abuse and assault…Admittedly, I may think of these things differently, but I never once saw anything that made me believe the police counselor was being an asshole or phrasing anything in such a way as to make the alleged victim think they were a horrible liar. The fact is, the alleged offender is *supposed* to be innocent until proven guilty. It obviously sucks in many ways for real victims, but it’s still a necessity for a good system of justice.

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  9. Farm Boy says:

    Fuzzie Bear,

    Do you have a link talking about the 70/30 ratio?

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  10. SFC Ton says:

    my next employer

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  11. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    I couldn’t find a link using my search engine but, I’m pretty sure that I had a link for this in a prior comment of mine. I wish that I could do a search of that.

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  12. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Tarn,
    The police have to determine if the primary and, usually only, witness is crdible. An incredible witness doesn’t make for an effective prosecution.

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  13. Yoda says:

    Odd that they are willing to make police statement not.
    Perhaps kangaroo courts prefer they do

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  14. Yoda says:

    Perhaps title should have been “To Colege Men Should Apply Not”

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  15. Tarnished says:

    I can’t find anything supporting as big a difference as a 70/30 ratio, but there are definitely growing gaps:
    http://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2014/03/06/womens-college-enrollment-gains-leave-men-behind/

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  16. Tarnished says:

    The police have to determine if the primary and, usually only, witness is credible.

    Exactly my point, Fuzz bear.
    However, for some reason this concept is lost completely on these folks.

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  17. Yoda says:

    These people think that legislate “awesomeness” they can.
    Full of Bantha Dung they would be

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  18. Yoda says:

    An incredible witness doesn’t make for an effective prosecution.

    Incredible at what she was

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  19. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    “Incredible” in the older definition, the opposite of cridible.

    There is too much hazard for young men in college. What makes false rape so awful is that the accused need sot be present to win. I have heard stories of accusers finding them on facebook.

    About the only thing that couldn’t be done remotely, ie via internet, for higher education would be labs.
    Brick and mortar may go by the wayside naturally.

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  20. JDG says:

    No Rapists Need Apply

    Wait … isn’t that sexist according to the feminist paradigm?

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  21. Sumo says:

    Ton, my brother, that clip was fucking terrible……what movie was that? 😀

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  22. Yoda says:

    Blazing Saddles the movie would be

    Ton starred in the movie he did,

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  23. Yoda says:

    Ton’s geometry inspired this scene it did.
    Twue it is, Twue it is

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  24. Cill says:

    “Ton, my brother, that clip was fucking terrible”

    WOT?

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  25. Cill says:

    Worse than Yoda at 7:37 am?
    Pull the other tit one should.

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  26. Sumo says:

    Cill, say it with me, now:

    S-A-R-C-A-S-M.

    Love you, bro. ;P

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  27. Cill says:

    Yeah bro let’s all work together and do it as a team and do it my way.
    One.. Two.. Three..
    – BWAHAHAHA!
    (bro)

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  28. Cill says:

    I’ll catch up with you some day.

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  29. blurkel says:

    The Book of Response

    @ Fuzzie

    As soon as the women on campus figure out that all this legislation has made them untouchable, they’ll be sorry too. They they’ll start getting very vocal. That may prove interesting.

    Some are already noticing that men avoid them. Where else could all of the angst over not being asked to wed come from? These women just aren’t making the connections between their hostile actions and their deprivation results. These women will soon realize the wisdom in the observation “Too Soon Old and Too Late Smart”.

    @ Yoda

    Goal of laws to make campuses unsafe for men it would be

    Based on the feminine cluelessness I pointed out to Fuzzie above, I’d change “Goal” to “Result”. These fearful women are only thinking about themselves, a specific topic we’ve well covered here at Spawny’s.

    Wonder what stronger tonic in mind they do have.

    We’ve already seen this this year, with immediate expulsion and a blacklisting to prevent any other colleges from accepting the accused as a student. These vengeful women demand nothing more than the complete obliteration of a young man’s future.

    @ Fuzzy

    A couple of years ago, the female to male ratio was 60/40.

    I attribute this only in part to feminine politics. Jobs for college graduates have seriously dried up, and under existing affirmative action programs, women have the inside track. My own employer has hired dozens of feminine engineering interns (and paying them good wages, so there is no gender-disparity or exploitation going on!) at a ratio which roughly matches your student body gender ratio.

    But in addition, and this is merely an observation on my part, male children aren’t encouraged to be scholars anymore. It seems that their only ambitions are to be warriors, sports heroes, or “music” stars. They spend hours, for instance, destroying the public infrastructure with their skateboards while practicing for a stardom none will ever achieve. What will they then have as a means of making a life for themselves?

    @ Yoda

    Odd that they are willing to make police statement not. Perhaps kangaroo courts prefer they do

    Anyone who has ever been “under the bright lights” knows what cops will do to “get to the truth”, and women tend to not handle this well. They end up preferring to drop the whole thing rather than go through the process, first by the cops and later by the defense attorneys of the man they accuse.

    Women don’t like this procedure and the poor results it achieves. It results in the “kangaroo court” you cite, which women already employ when it comes to the dating scene. A man who pisses one woman off discovers quickly that EVERY woman in his neighborhood has heard about “what he did” and stands ready to blame him. He can have no defense under such a system. College women want to install this as the basis of “Just Us” to “improve” upon Justice.

    @ JDG

    Wait … isn’t [No Rapists Need Apply] sexist according to the feminist paradigm?

    WHICH feminist paradigm? That of author Marilyn French (The Women’s Room) and also attributed to Andrea Dworkin and Catharine MacKinnon from statements each made which were open to this interpretation? Regardless of whether or not Dworkin and MacKinnon INTENDED to accuse all men of rape, the meme has taken off, and a great many “scholars” of women’s studies have adopted this and are attempting to use this information against all men regardless.

    LASTLY TO ALL

    Imagine the uproar if Mel Brooks were to attempt to make Blazing Saddles today.

    Or, for that matter, Young Frankenstein:

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  30. Yoda says:

    Politically incorrect this history is,

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  31. Yoda says:

    and also attributed to Andrea Dworkin

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  32. SFC Ton says:

    long but on topic… well the larger over all theme of our discussions. not so much this thread in particular

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  33. Farm Boy says:

    Anyone who has ever been “under the bright lights” knows what cops will do to “get to the truth”, and women tend to not handle this well.

    I might dare say that in this case “getting at the truth” is key.

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  34. Farm Boy says:

    “Alpha Chi Omega has not and will not endorse the Safe Campus Act nor the Fair Campus Act without substantive victim-centered changes,”

    There they go again. Assuming that the “victim” is automatically truly a victim.

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  35. Farm Boy says:

    They end up preferring to drop the whole thing rather than go through the process, first by the cops and later by the defense attorneys of the man they accuse.

    Women don’t like this procedure and the poor results it achieves

    What exactly are the “poor results”? That something kind of resembling the truth is discovered?

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  36. Farm Boy says:

    under existing affirmative action programs, women have the inside track. My own employer has hired dozens of feminine engineering interns (and paying them good wages, so there is no gender-disparity or exploitation going on!) at a ratio which roughly matches your student body gender ratio.

    Given the ratio of men to women in STEM, that is difficult to do. They probably need to go the great lengths to make this happen

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  37. Farm Boy says:

    About the only thing that couldn’t be done remotely, ie via internet, for higher education would be labs.

    Brick and mortar may go by the wayside naturally.

    And what would happen to all of the fancy new building done on campuses here in the US?

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  38. Farm Boy says:

    “As soon as the women on campus figure out that all this legislation has made them untouchable, they’ll be sorry too. They they’ll start getting very vocal. That may prove interesting.”

    It is difficult to legislate away MGTOW.

    But they will try

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  39. Liz says:

    “Given the ratio of men to women in STEM, that is difficult to do. They probably need to go the great lengths to make this happen”

    And the result will not be good.

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  40. Liz says:

    “They end up preferring to drop the whole thing rather than go through the process, first by the cops and later by the defense attorneys of the man they accuse.

    Women don’t like this procedure and the poor results it achieves”

    A rape victim does not have to go to the police for evidence to be gathered. She does not have to report the rape right away. All she needs to do is call a rape advocacy hotline and she can get a SANE (sexual assault nurse examiner) to conduct a health test and gather dna evidence. It can be used later if she wants to go to the police.
    I can understand a rape victim not wanted to go immediately to the police for questioning, but there is NO reason for a woman not to call the rape advocacy hotline (isn’t this on every bathroom wall and every billboard on campus?).
    This does not seem to happen.

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  41. Liz says:

    I’d think a (real) rape victim would very very much want to be checked out medically, very quickly on. Disease/damage/pregnancy would be serious concerns.

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  42. Liz says:

    Just to add, any medical facility that wants to keep getting government funding (all of them) is obligated to provide this service for free. Any rape advocacy hotline will give the victim this information and point a nurse in their direction.

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  43. Liz says:

    In my anecdotal experience, if a “victim” is too quick to call the police, I actually raise an eyebrow at that, too.
    I was served a subpoena to testify in court in that exactly type of case. The woman was a serial fraudster (also college student). She’d damaged her own rectum and made up a story, told the police and handed them the bloody underwear. Her ultimate objective was to soak the guy for as much money either in civil court (or via extortion to get her to drop the charges).

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  44. Spawny Get says:

    Trigger warning for a few naughty words…fuck yeah

    UFC 193 POSTMORTEM!!!

    If you’re not LOLing at 2:40 mark…you haven’t been paying attention

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  45. Yoda says:

    Andrea never gets any likes she does

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  46. Yoda says:

    Interesting fact — zipper not invented before the “Wild West Era” it was.
    So Blazing Saddles not realistic it would be

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  47. Yoda says:

    Wonder if any of the proposed legislation ever mention making sammiches I do…

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  48. Yoda says:

    “Hunting Ground” silliness,

    The Herdy e-mail, sent to Kinsman’s then-lawyer, included this assurance: “We don’t operate the same way as journalists — this is a film project very much in the corner of advocacy for victims, so there would be no insensitive questions or the need to get the perpetrator’s side” (emphasis added).

    This e-mail appears directly contrary to claims by both Dick and CNN — which calls itself “the most trusted name in news” — that this is an accurate, balanced documentary, fair to both sides of every story. While calling himself “both an activist and a filmmaker,” Dick stressed in a typical promotional interview that “for us first is accuracy.” Jeff Zucker, president of CNN Worldwide, let slip the network’s own bias at the Sundance premiere, where he brushed aside anticipated criticism of the film by universities — which it smears as covering up for rapists — by saying that “they are on the wrong side.”

    http://www.nationalreview.com/article/427166/hunting-ground-smoking-gun-e-mail-exposes-filmmaker-bias-against-accused

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  49. Yoda says:

    They end up preferring to drop the whole thing rather than go through the process, first by the cops and later by the defense attorneys of the man they accuse.

    Universities chock full of SIW thought I did.
    Perhaps true this is not

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  50. Lol re Mando

    “Uh uh uh, I wouldn’t do that… If you shoot him it only makes him mad…”

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  51. Cill says:

    “My own employer has hired dozens of feminine engineering interns (and paying them good wages, so there is no gender-disparity or exploitation going on!) at a ratio which roughly matches your student body gender ratio.”

    The bias against male engineers has been apparent for as long as I’ve been a Civil Engineer.When it comes to government contracts, if a man knows a woman has applied he might as well save himself the trouble and look for work elsewhere. It’s not just that he’s less likely to be accepted, it’s that he will never be accepted – unless he is non white and non East Asian. This situation prevails throughout the feminist world.

    Most of the bungled projects we see around us are due to local governments having accepted contracts by ideology rather than quality or merit.

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  52. Liz says:

    Cill: “Most of the bungled projects we see around us are due to local governments having accepted contracts by ideology rather than quality or merit.”

    That’s happening here as well. In my experience, most female engineers aren’t very good at it. Most of them went into the field to prove they could do it and/or thought they have job opportunities (which is true..due to the type of preferential treatment you note). They might have good grades, but their performance in the practical application of that knowledge leaves a lot to be desired.
    Mike’s ex was in that position. She was a shite engineer (even though she was a high honors grad). I’ve known several others. Most of them hate it, also and try to go into some other position where they don’t use their degrees directly.

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  53. Cill says:

    Same here, Liz.

    It’s not only bias against male independent contractors, either. When it comes to direct employment in local government, gender takes 100% precedence. A mate of mine had high hopes of being hired for an engineer position in bureaucracy. Then he emailed me : “Shit. A woman has applied. Well that’s me donald ducked.” Of course she got the job.

    In the suburb where most of my family live, a female engineer came up with a bad design of bus stop / vehicle parking area / road lanes / traffic lights (stop lights) adjacent to a shopping maul and close to several major road intersections. It was as if she deliberately set out to lure drivers into the wrong lanes, leave them stuck behind buses and create traffic jams.

    A year or two later the local govt gave vehicular access to the shopping maul a major overhaul. Same woman engineer. Millions of dollars later, the only part remaining unchanged was the only part that had desperately needed changing – that bad design by the road intersections. The locals couldn’t believe it.

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  54. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Did someone link of a photo of SheWhoWillNotBeNamed?

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  55. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Cill,
    Mistakes in Civil Engineering may require bond issues to fix. This is not minor.
    Why do I get the feeling that Affirmative Action will go by the wayside here first?

    Bloom,
    I am glad that you are not mad at me. 🙂

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  56. Liz says:

    OT anyone else hear the Charlie Sheen has HIV?
    I thought it was liver disease. He has looked pretty rough for a while now.

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  57. Cill says:

    FWIW I’m not mad at you either, Fuzzy. 😀

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  58. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Liz,
    I think this is where he went public. Hope this helps.

    Cill,
    I am glad that you aren’t mad at me either.

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  59. Cill says:

    Feel free to repeat that any time the mood takes you, Fuzzy 😉

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  60. molly says:

    pssst Fuzzie.. I’m not mad at u either. Proof:
    🌯 🌯 🌯 🌯

    LOL

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  61. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Cill,
    I am glad that you are not mad at me.

    Molly!
    One burrito for each paw! Yum! I don’t want you mad at me!
    🌯 🌯 🌯 🐻 🙄

    Here’s somebody else that I don’;t want mad at me. She could make my butt into a pincushion. Ouch!

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  62. SFC Ton says:

    Some in hollyweird as the hiv? 0 fucks given. Maybe my giveadamn is busted

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  63. molly says:

    Cill u do know how to spell Fuzzie right?
    F-U-Z-Z-I-E (lol)

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  64. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Molly,
    You can call me anything. Just don’t call me “Late For Dinner”.

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  65. Cill says:

    Yes molly, that’s exactly how you spell Fuzzy. I already knew. I’m looking at his name on the screen right now “Fuzzywuzzybear” it says.

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  66. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Are you two teasing me about typos?

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  67. Cill says:

    Picture of a Fuzzy Wuzzy:

    Note the hair style. That’s why the Brits called them Fuzzy Wuzzys during the Mahdist Fuzzy Wuzzy War. Our Fuzzy Wuzzy is the ursine variety of Fuzzy Wuzzy. Just look at his avatar. Those things that look like ears are actually afro hair buns on the sides of his head.

    P.S. I’m glad you’re not mad at me Fuzzy

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  68. molly says:

    Nah he’s teasing moi! He can’t insult me tho. I am unsaltable! 😀

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  69. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Cill,
    I guess that there are no bears own your way. That photo is a very unlikely substitute for a bear.

    Molly,
    You’re “unsaltable”? I’m confused.

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  70. blurkel says:

    The Book of Response Part II

    @ Farm Boy

    What exactly are the “poor results”? That something kind of resembling the truth is discovered?

    Anything but! Are we not clear that women claiming victimhood status expect severe retribution to be meted out merely upon her declaration that she’s been wronged?

    Given the ratio of men to women in STEM, that is difficult to do. They probably need to go the great lengths to make this happen

    Not so much as you might otherwise think. They end up with far more applicants than they can hire.

    And what would happen to all of the fancy new building done on campuses here in the US?

    House the former employed Americans put out of work when TPP gets passed?

    @ Liz

    And the result will not be good.

    As I’ve worked with many excellent engineers over the years, I am not particularly impressed with the new hires of either gender. They know how to work their iPods to set up lunch better than they know how to work on the infrastructure they have been hired to maintain.

    And I’m not mad at Fuzzie either.

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  71. Cill says:

    Fair enough, Fuzzy.

    “unsaltable” uninsaltable?
    uninsultable?

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  72. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I now know what has been missing-a bear video. HYere’s Cill’s favorite.

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  73. Yoda says:

    A new post there would be

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  74. molly says:

    I am unsaltable
    Heh. I was goofing a Kiwi accent.
    “uninsultable” pronounced “ununsaltable”
    Lol not

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  75. Yoda says:

    Victims they are not,

    Several months ago, the University of Michigan released a flawed survey claiming 22.5 percent of undergrad women at the university had been sexually assaulted. That’s not actually the case — the study, like others, offered a broad definition of sexual assault guaranteed to elicit a high response.

    Now, the researcher behind that survey is saying he was surprised that the number one write-in response from students as to why they didn’t report the alleged sexual assault to an official was because “it was no big deal.”

    Note how “no big deal” wasn’t an official survey response, students actually had to write that into the survey. This is common in campus sexual assault surveys. Researchers determine whether a response means someone was sexually assaulted, even if the respondent does not believe they were.

    In most other studies, the number one official response given by students who didn’t report was that the incident was “not serious enough” to warrant a campus investigation.

    So here we have students being labeled as victims who don’t believe they are victims.

    Flawed surveys like the one at Michigan lead to policies that eviscerate due process rights for accused students as part of a witch hunt to rid campuses of allegedly high levels of sexual assault. The hysteria has led to lawsuits from accused students, including one from Michigan. That student reached a settlement with the school which included the school throwing out a “responsible” finding against him, in exchange for him not returning to the school.

    That student’s case was representative of many of the sexual assault claims on college campuses. The student was accused after his accuser got into his bed with him and the two began kissing. This led to sex so loud the accused’s roommate sent a text telling them they were being “abnoxtiously [sic] loud.” The accuser’s roommate filed an affidavit saying the accuser only made her allegation after her mother found a diary detailing the sexual encounter.

    http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/surveyors-baffled-when-students-dont-see-themselves-as-sex-assault-victims/article/2576570

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  76. […] laws, and the proposed legislation regarding campus sexual assault, one has to align such feminine fraternity fecal flings with the corrupted compostal complaints of wistful wife wannabees who aren’t getting any male […]

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