Sluts and the City


Lena Dunham has famously created the TV show Girls. It is about the trials and tribulations of a set of young women in Brooklyn.  I have never seen it, as I do not have cable TV (follow my lead if you will), but I have read about it.  It would seem that the continual drama, sleeping around, etc. is not very conducive to much of anything good.  At least that would seem to be the lesson if one watches the show.

To be honest, this does seem to be a fine message to send out.  I wonder if this is what she is intending.  Or perhaps the lesson is meant to be, “Do this kind of stuff in general, only do it better than the characters here.  We are showing you not how to do it”.

Those of you who have seen the show, please chime in.  Is the above assessment wrong?

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141 comments on “Sluts and the City
  1. Cill says:

    I haven’t seen it, but I’d be astonished if anything by Lena Dunham was anything other than crap.

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  2. Spawny Get says:

    Happy to have no idea about the show. Lot of tattooed hippos…allegedly. her irl partner is camper than Christmas in a glitter factory. Her book suggests a far from healthy mind…I have heard.

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  3. Tarnished says:

    I’ve only seen various clips from it, each of which tended to make a mockery of the concept of real sexual intimacy. In the show, it goes from a sacred act between people who at least care about (if not love) each other to…just another thing to do.

    Needless to say, I am in no rush to view any more.

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  4. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Feminists seem to like the show. Given a choice between it and something with lots of horses… You all know me well enough that I would prefer the horses. Even a nature show featuring the mating habits of hippopotamuses would better suit me.

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  5. Farm Boy says:

    That Hippo gets quite a workout. It appears everywhere.

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  6. Farm Boy says:

    But the lesson seems to be that doing this stuff kinda sucks.

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  7. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Cill,
    While I am not a hippopotamus, as they go, that one is good looking. Could that be the supermodel of hippos?

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  8. Farm Boy says:

    Perhaps , given the chance, young women can’t help doing this stuff. Maybe like a dog with fleas can’t help but to scratch itself.

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  9. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    It has to be more about behaving like bad children. They are pushing things to find the limits of tolerance. How many times have we heard feminism described as a society wide shit test?

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  10. Tarnished says:

    Perhaps , given the chance, young women can’t help doing this stuff.

    FB, that view is doing women a disservice. They are not mere children or living with severe mental handicaps. With very few exceptions, every adult has the ability to make conscious choices regarding their actions. The fact that some make very poor ones doesn’t excuse anything.

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  11. Cill says:

    Nevertheless, Tarn, many of them are tender enough to need places that will be safe from such opinions as yours. 😉

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  12. Yoda says:

    They are not mere children or living with severe mental handicaps.

    Perhaps not.
    But can afford to act way they can

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  13. Yoda says:

    Nevertheless, Tarn, women in University are tender enough to demand places that will be safe from such opinions as yours. 😉

    Pot calling the kettle black you are.
    Two days ago required your own safe thread you did

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  14. Tarnished says:

    “Tender”? Pshaw.
    The type of folks we talk about here are gamey, if anything…

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  15. Cill says:

    “Pot calling the kettle black you are.
    Two days ago required your own safe thread you did”

    And the one who made my safe place was you it was.
    Suffered greatly I did.
    Schizophrenic episode I did have.

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  16. Yoda says:

    Make Cill feel safe again I will

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  17. Cill says:

    The will to re-engage in safe place protest Cill has not.
    His spirit flagging at the thought of it is.

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  18. Farm Boy says:

    And the one who made my safe place was you it was.

    Wait a minute here.
    I made the safe space, not Yoda

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  19. Cill says:

    His loins loosed they are.
    His knees smite against each other they do.

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  20. Tarnished says:

    OMG. It’s a real, live Flufflepuff!

    Lol, can anyone else just try to imagine Cill hunting these? It’s be like watching a cat chase cotton balls. 😂😂😂

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  21. Cill says:

    Use it as a rugby ball one could.

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  22. Tarnished says:

    I want one.
    I will hold it, and pet it, and call it George.

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  23. Cill says:

    I will call mine “Steak”

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  24. Tarnished says:

    A bit bigger than a rugby ball they are…

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  25. Cill says:

    “A bit bigger than a rugby ball they are…”
    I will dub mine “Tender” after a long spell at lowish heat.

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  26. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I am beginning to like PFUDOR. Is thee something wrong with me?

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  27. Tarnished says:

    On a side note, people with weak constitutions or who hate seeing unnecessary pain inflicted on small animals should avoid doing any image searches for Angora rabbits. Their fur, harvested for Godsforsaken coats, are often…not removed kindly like we do for sheep.

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  28. Tarnished says:

    Lol. You omnivores…

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  29. Cill says:

    Wonder if burst when stabbed with carving fork it would.

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  30. Farm Boy says:

    I wonder if Bloom would consider such a beast as Darius for a pet..

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  31. Tarnished says:

    *munches contentedly on apple slices*
    🍎🍏🍎🍏

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  32. Tarnished says:

    *gasp!* So cuddly!

    Cill, they’re bunnies not balloons. 😃

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  33. Cill says:

    A 4 stone rabbit would be an abomination Down Under, a gross incarnation of the destruction that is laying waste to the land..

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  34. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Please! Somebody let some of the air out of that rabbit! The only way that thing can move is to roll.

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  35. Tarnished says:

    Giant rabbits hail from Texas they do?

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  36. Tarnished says:

    Prefer wombats Cill does.

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  37. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Tarn,
    I believe you about Angora rabbits. I saw something once from China. The poor animal was onscious and left to die of shock. Needlessly cruel.

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  38. Cill says:

    I promise not to eat your Parrot if you will promise never to have a rabbit named George (or any other name). Guinea Pigs are okay, stick with them 😉

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  39. Tarnished says:

    Or maybe hedgehogs.

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  40. Cill says:

    Great Scot! Little does that handler know, wombats are one of the most unpredictable critters on the planet and they’ll go psycho at the drop of a hat.

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  41. Cill says:

    Hedgehogs are okay. Ban rabbits and possums. Stick that 4 stoner on a spit. Even then I couldn’t eat him.

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  42. Tarnished says:

    I promise not to eat your Parrot if you will promise never to have a rabbit named George (or any other name). Guinea Pigs are okay, stick with them.

    …um. Is now a bad time to tell you I’ve already had pet rabbits, hamsters, gerbils, guinea pigs, and birds?

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  43. Cill says:

    I’m badly disposed towards rabbits and possums (Opossums) because NZ was a virgin land for those critters when some idiots introduced them in the 18th-19th centuries. In the Americas they have well-established predators, so it’s different at your end.

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  44. Cill says:

    …and a blue Lobster. Don’t forget him.

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  45. Tarnished says:

    Oh, I know Cill.
    I don’t blame you, and am at least thankful you give them a quick death when hunting them. It’s sad for everyone how stupid some people can be…9 times out of 10, introducing a new species to an environment without natural predators/limiting factors is a hugely bad idea. 😡

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  46. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Tarn,
    That’s a lot of animals. When do you sleep?

    Cill,
    Too much beer in wombat^^^?

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  47. Cill says:

    And how about this for stupid: although rabbits and possums are classed as noxious animals, there’s no law to prevent people having them as pets. Inevitably they escape into the wild and withing a few years, previously uninfested areas are suddenly infested with the pests. Most New Zealanders only see the cuddly side of wild NZ. If ever they came into the hard uncompromising land they’d soon wise up. There’s a side of me that would like to escort some of the Politicians into the wild and then abandon them. Teach them a lesson, it surely would.

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  48. Tarnished says:

    Fuzzie & Cill,

    Lol, this isn’t a full list. If it were, there’d be a lobster plus various dogs, cats, amphibians, reptiles, and even some insects (a hissing cockroach and a giant millipede). And I’d also have to mention our “permanent patients” at the wildlife rehab…the deer, the owls, the horses, the fowls, the foxes, etc. Geez, way too long to type out.

    But remember, I’m 31.
    These companions aren’t all at once, just throughout my lifetime. I still recall all their names, too.

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  49. Cill says:

    Me too Tarn. I worked my granddad’s stock dogs as a boy (probably numbering into the dozens all up) and the stock horses. A wildcat cottoned onto me and stalked around after me for years. He meant me no harm. As a nipper I had a pet cockroach and several racing slaters. Although I’m a hunter, I was a good friend of animals and conservation in the real (not lefty) sense.

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  50. Tarnished says:

    Inevitably they escape into the wild and withing a few years, previously uninfested areas are suddenly infested with the pests.

    If they’re too stupid to not know how to build a proper hutch, then they’ve no business having a pet. It’s not difficult, really. My long-ears had a gorgeous 12′ x 3′ x 2′ lockable hutch, complete with sleeping sections, lofts, and little wire-covered “windows” so they could see each other. Made it with my brother and a family friend in a single day, too.

    What the hell are the idiots in NZ doing?

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  51. JDG says:

    Tarnished says:
    20 November, 2015 at 4:00 am

    That is the BIGGEST hamster I’ve ever seen. I don’t know if a 1000 sammiches would keep that one in check.

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  52. Tarnished says:

    Cill, odd as it may seem coming from the resident vegetarian, I believe that being a friend to animals sometimes does entail hunting. Ecosystems that have been destroyed or lost their predators via human mucking about still need to be culled once in a while. The alternative is an unsustainable J-curve population and slow starvation for that generation. Much as my heart hates it, my mind knows sometimes we must be cruel to be kind. :/
    Even I’ve killed before, and though it’s not a tastefeel I even remotely enjoy, it *is* necessary for relieving further pain. So yeah…good hunting, brother.

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  53. Tarnished says:

    Lol at JDG.
    Tis not a hamster, sir.
    Tis the lagomorph of DOOM! Fluffy, fluffy doom.

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  54. Tarnished says:

    I wonder what our poor lurkers think of this thread?

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  55. Cill says:

    Thanks mate-o. Anyway, the subject stirs real passion in outback Kiwis like me, and I’ll get off the subject after this:

    “If they’re too stupid to not know how to build a proper hutch, then they’ve no business having a pet”

    I know you come across people who are irresponsible with animals. We have them here too. Another example is people getting sick of goldfish and flushing them down their toilets. Down they go to survive and breed and damage the untouched environment. We are losing fauna and flora to voracious goldfish. The stupidity goes on and on. The reason is that, geographically, NZ is a young and unique environment with the only life of any significance being birds until about 700 years ago. End of rant.

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  56. Tarnished says:

    Well, it’s midnight. I’m needing to get sleep before I turn into a pumpkin, so have a pleasant evening, all. 🌒

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  57. JDG says:

    That is one bad bunny.

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  58. Luckily I convinced the Bloomettes gerbils were a better choice for their Christmas wish list than rabbits.

    As for the show, I wish people would view such programs as a warning what not to do, but if anything it just seems to normalize it. Liketalk shows, what was once shocking soon becomes the new low bar and then shortly after that the new normal.

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  59. molly says:

    I bet humans bred the giant rabbit. It’s unnatural and I bet it can hardly move. It’s like Crufts. The humans are cruel to breed them.

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  60. molly says:

    Anyway! Hi and yello! 🙂
    Hi Bloom and Fuzzie and spawnyspace and co!
    HELLO
    Lol

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  61. Cill says:

    Molly they are all asleep I think. Just you and me.

    If at a loose end you’re welcome to boat over. I’m here with nowt but JS Bach for company (though damn good company he be).

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  62. molly says:

    YEEHAAAA here I come!!

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  63. Liz says:

    FB: “Perhaps , given the chance, young women can’t help doing this stuff. Maybe like a dog with fleas can’t help but to scratch itself.”

    If that were true, every young woman would look like and act like Lena D. That’s far, far from the case (even if we tend to highlight those types here).

    Never seen the show. I’ve heard she sits around naked a lot. That must be a real treat for viewers. /sarc

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  64. Liz says:

    “I will call mine “Steak”

    I will call mine coat and NEW helmet. 🙂

    there can’t be much meat on that little thing’s bones. What an adorable bunny!!!

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  65. Liz says:

    “What the hell are the idiots in NZ doing?”

    Lots of invasive species over here too, Tarn, from letting pets out into the wild.

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  66. Liz says:

    “As for the show, I wish people would view such programs as a warning what not to do, but if anything it just seems to normalize it. Liketalk shows, what was once shocking soon becomes the new low bar and then shortly after that the new normal.”

    Yep. Same for talk shows, social media, and porn.

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  67. Yoda says:

    Perhaps something in British water there is.

    A quarter of British men believe that they experience a monthly ‘man period’, according to new research.

    Maybe explains Anakin Skywalker it does.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/men/health/quarter-of-men-believe-they-have-man-periods/

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  68. Liz says:

    Lol! Mike sent me this text this morning:

    I love that man. 😛

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  69. Yoda says:

    Odd that a thread on Lena Dunham devolves into a thread on oversized mammals it did

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  70. Sumo says:

    Last time I checked, Africa, Asia/Pacific, Middle East, Latin America, and Europe were not “countries”.

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  71. Farm Boy says:

    Odd that a thread on Lena Dunham devolves into a thread on oversized mammals it did

    Yes, and it happened naturally, withtout anybody even really noticing that it was happening

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  72. Farm Boy says:

    The Horror!

    As national security becomes a bigger issue in the wake of the attacks in Paris, some Democratic strategists worry the issue could cause troubles for their Senate candidates in 2016 — and women candidates in particular.

    Polling shows voters generally view Republicans stronger on national security issues than Democrats. But some Democratic strategists and pollsters add the issue is especially challenging for women, who do better at the ballot box when the economy and social issues are at the top of voters’ minds.

    “Voters do look at gender,” said Celinda Lake, a prominent Democratic pollster. “Women do better when people are focused on domestic issues [rather] than foreign policy, on policies that require empathy and being in touch rather than toughness. So terrorism is tough for women and tough for Democrats.”

    More than a half-dozen Democratic Senate candidates this cycle are women, some of whom are considered the top recruit in their respective race. And these female candidates’ successes will be essential to whether Democrats can net the five seats necessary to take control of the Senate.

    http://atr.rollcall.com/women-candidates-disadvantage-2016-focused-national-security/

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  73. Liz says:

    That bunny had better watch out. Lena might grab it and use it as her personal merkin. Looks about the right size.

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  74. Farm Boy says:

    The French Revolution is coming,

    Like all far-left political movements, the new PC has shown a tendency to devour its own. That is, PC crusaders often save their most vindictive attacks for people who were formerly leftists in good standing. The response so far from professors and administrators who come under attack has generally been to fold, apologize, and try to make amends. But history shows that this kind of process can’t go on forever; there must be an endpoint somewhere down the line. PC activists probably imagine the endpoint to be a harmonious world ridded of triggers and unsafe spaces. But this, like Marx’s notion of a dictatorship of a stateless society, is an ideological fantasy. More likely, PC will collapse under the weight of its own excesses. Haidt doesn’t expect this to happen anytime soon, though. . . .

    We’ve said before that there are two campus crises—a crisis of political culture, and a crisis of affordability. These crises could converge if high-profile PC incidents make the American public question whether the existing college economic model, complete with its massive diversity bureaucracy, is actually worth it. However, we are less optimistic than Haidt that the upper-middle class parents who send their children to elite schools will be swayed substantially by stories of campus coddling run amok. If PC does generate a backlash that forces the universities to change their ways, it is more likely to come from state governments, which have historically not responded kindly to extreme campus movements. The American people as a whole stand behind their Bill of Rights, even if college students don’t.

    http://www.the-american-interest.com/2015/11/19/its-going-to-get-much-much-worse/

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  75. Farm Boy says:

    That bunny had better watch out. Lena might grab it and use it as her personal merkin. Looks about the right size.

    I wonder if Moe has a comment on that,,,

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  76. Yoda says:

    The world just a big social construct it is.
    So no problem here there would be

    A crew member from “The Hunting Ground,” a one-sided film about campus sexual assault, has been editing Wikipedia articles to make facts conform with the inaccurate representations in the film.

    http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/the-hunting-ground-crew-caught-editing-wikipedia-to-make-facts-conform-to-film/article/2576792

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  77. Liz says:

    I don’t know if I mentioned the fan fiction section of Amazon entitled Kindle Worlds yet. I’ve been perusing it to see if I could come up with something profitable. Ten out of the top Fifteen selling short stories are from a series entitled “Hot SEALs”.
    I think I’ve come up with something! Here’s how it starts:

    A plane crosses over the equator carrying the highly trained SEAL Team 6. The flight is bumpy and the weather foreboding, but they have a schedule to keep and timing is critical.
    A swarthy Captain with the call sign “Ace” looks toward his copilot.

    “Do you think they’re ready for this? They’ve never been to this part of the world before.”

    “Different terrain, different location but I don’t foresee any problems. They adapt.”

    “I guess they’ll have to. Sink or swim as they say.”

    Ace banks to the left to turn onto the runway as the copilot responds cryptically, as though in code, “The fish are in the cooler.”

    Ace offers a short nod and then responds, “Tennessee Tuxedo is set to lead.”

    Tennessee Tuxedo commiserates with his team in the back.

    “I know this won’t be easy, but this is what we’ve trained for, guys. We can do this. I know we’ve never been this far from home and it’s a lot hotter than we’re used to. This ain’t the arctic. This ain’t Seaworld either…”

    He throws the ball with his nose over to Filbert, who hits it with his flipper.

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  78. Yoda says:

    Wonder if Darth Maul has secret obsession for Lena Dunham I do.

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  79. Yoda says:

    Write dialog better than George Lucas Liz does

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  80. SFC Ton says:

    Lots of invasive species over here too…. yup. Like mexicans, yankees, kudzo

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  81. Liz says:

    The Mexican invasive species have loco motives, and the Arabian invasive species run themselves raghead!

    (okay, at that it’s probably enough Liz “humor” for one day)
    Time to run off my lazy. 🙂

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  82. Spawny Get says:

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/men/thinking-man/why-do-we-treat-boys-as-though-they-are-naturally-bad/
    Spoiler alert
    Because the teachers are overwhelmingly femcunts indoctrinated with the idea that boys are broken girls. Time to school the sexes separately for the majority of the time. Majority male teachers for boys. Rigorous exams to prevent female teachers cheating their girls to inflated grades relative to boys.

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  83. Spawny Get says:

    “Women do better…on policies that require empathy for other women and secondarily for other colours than white and being in touch with their worthless feeeeeelings

    because when shit goes down even the moron voters know that play time is over and they need to let the adults be in charge again. (I hope)

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  84. Yoda says:

    “Women do better when people are focused on domestic issues [rather] than foreign policy, on policies that require empathy and being in touch rather than toughness.

    Which problems need these they do?

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  85. Spawny Get says:

    It’s liberal disease, where something must be done because feeeelings even if that something makes things worse. Doing something means everything. Fixing the problem is definitely secondary (at best).

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  86. Yoda says:

    More likely, PC will collapse under the weight of its own excesses

    Perhaps so.
    But also might collapses because people realize how stupid it would be.
    Ignores logic it does.
    Ignores human nature it does.

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  87. Yoda says:

    “Hot SEALs”

    If hot seals you do desire,
    “hot glue gun” make this happen it can

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  88. Cill says:

    And who do they put in charge of the suicide bureaucracies? None other than the people most responsible for male suicide : women.

    Men commit suicide because they are inhumanely treated by feminism. A main cause of suicide is the treatment men receive during and post divorce. Women are responsible for this.

    Here’s a typically smug female attitude to male suicide and divorce:
    Martha writes:
    It is a known fact that women have always been able to live alone much better than men. Simply put, women are built to survive being alone better because I believe we get less emotional support from men than they get from us

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  89. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Liz,
    You hve new fans!

    By the way, I looked up “merkin”. I wish that I hadn’t.

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  90. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Feminists are not going to even give lip service to male suicide. It’s own group preference to the nth degree. If they do, thgey have to consider more equitable spening of health care. Right now, for every dollar, women are spend seventy five cents. leaving men twenty five cents.
    There is another point. Unless it’s lose family, they don’t care.
    In the case of a divorcee, they’re fine with it until they realize that he won’t pay child support or alimony.

    So, in spite of Jess Phillips, Parliament did have a debate. Good.

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  91. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Off topic. Could this be why men are moreinterested in math?

    https://davidcollard.wordpress.com/2015/11/20/sine-curve-of-a-woman/#comments

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  92. Cill says:

    Hmm. Interesting…
    Good one, Fuzzy.

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  93. Another thing women living a casual sex lifestyle don’t seem to get is that being a slut doesn’t “empower” them. I suppose maybe there is the supposed advantage of getting the short term attention of a guy with a higher smv than her own. Bragging rights of some sort? Idk. I do t see how getting pumped and dumped is anything to brag about but maybe there’s that. I am not sure.as manosphere discussions show, a high Ncount is not considered an asset in a gal, whatever Dunham and others claim.

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  94. Spawny Get says:

    “Martha writes:
    It is a known fact that women have always been able to live alone much better than men. Simply put, women are built to survive being alone better because I believe we get less emotional support from men than they get from us”

    Martha is full to the brim with shit. What a blatant load of bollocks. Fucksakes.

    “Here’s a typically smug female attitude to male suicide and divorce”

    I agree with you using that quote to show their attitude, I’m just saying that she’s full of it. Whether she’s that dumb, or whether she’s just lying? I don’t know. It might well be both.

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  95. blurkel says:

    New post scheduled for Sunday at 12:30 AM. Not sure which time zone applies.

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  96. Yoda says:

    It is a known fact that women have always been able to live alone much better than men. Simply put, women are built to survive being alone better

    Stupidest thing this side of Jar-Jar this would be.
    How many mountain-women there were?

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  97. Yoda says:

    Evil Patriachy stopped women from becoming mountain-women it did?

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  98. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    I know that it must be next to impossible but, Jar Jar Binks is not that stupid.
    Whoever this woman is, I hope that she likes cats.

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  99. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    “Evil Patriarchy stopped women from becoming moutain men it did?”
    I always thought that mountain men were former hen pecked husbands who wanted peace and quiet.

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  100. blurkel says:

    @farmboy3646

    But the lesson seems to be that doing this stuff kinda sucks.

    Now factor in that NO sexual interaction with a male as presented in the show is anything but exploitative. Revector your view a mite?

    @ Liz

    Never seen the show. I’ve heard she sits around naked a lot. That must be a real treat for viewers.

    Only the lesbian hippos which like that show and believe its principles about the evils of heterosexuality.

    That bunny had better watch out. Lena might grab it and use it as her personal merkin. Looks about the right size.

    In understand Cill’s issues with coneys, but what did they ever do to a North American? WE should be having issues with pythons ( http://www.nytimes.com/2015/04/06/us/the-burmese-python-snake-thats-eating-florida.html ) and piranha ( http://old.post-gazette.com/regionstate/20010908piranha0908p5.asp 0 – or even SHUDDER!!! KUDZU!!! ( http://www.oregon.gov/oda/shared/Documents/Publications/Weeds/KudzuProfile.pdf )

    @ Yoda

    A quarter of British men believe that they experience a monthly ‘man period’, according to new research.

    Just WHAT would the heroes of Rorke’s Drift and The Somme have to say about THAT?

    @ Ton

    You might want to look up Governor Joseph E Brown, who came to believe that there were too many Confederates in Georgia and threatened to secede from the Confederacy.

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  101. Spawny Get says:

    “Just WHAT would the heroes of Rorke’s Drift and The Somme have to say about THAT?”
    Did they ask drunk blokes with a sense of humour? We are kinda infamous for that…those.

    Never heard anybody say anything of the sort. Bollocks..

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  102. Spawny Get says:

    OR maybe they asked married men who were suffering from period by proxy?

    Mistaking a sinking feeling from the realisation that that bitch done gone off her rocker again…for gyppy tummy and water retention?

    Just saying…just saying.

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  103. Cill says:

    “A quarter of British men believe that they experience a monthly ‘man period’”
    Very different to me, they are. But then, I’m a Cillsquatch, a different species – somewhat akin to a Moehau Man, I believe.

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  104. Spawny Get says:

    Still got the scientists baffled, huh?
    😉

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  105. Cill says:

    O yeah. We stay out of sight, leave a paw-print here and there, and chuckle at the blunderings of the Bigfoot buffs.

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  106. Spawny Get says:

    Cill,
    Operation exetract de boat was concluded successfully, just before temps plummeted to 2-3 newdegrees. Brr

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  107. Cill says:

    Onya mate.

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  108. Padawan says:

    .
    Monthly Period Men (by Padawan, Blog Laureate 2014 – ?)

    It brings up a mental image
    Of blokes too henpecked to speak
    Do these blokes eat up their spinach
    Or squat when they take a leak?

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  109. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Cill
    “A paw print here and there.” I have to hand it to you! We’re not nearly as good at maintaining mystery.

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  110. Cill says:

    .
    MWAHAHAHAHA!!

    (I just noticed “Mistaking a sinking feeling from the realisation that that bitch done gone off her rocker again…for gyppy tummy and water retention?”)

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  111. Yoda says:

    Single women have government support network they do.
    Men have this not.
    Though funded with man’s taxes support network is.

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  112. Yoda says:

    Moe commented on Lena’s merkin he has not

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  113. Yoda says:

    Live in close quarters sailers do.
    Synchronized their periods they did.
    Good that Trafalgar fought at the correct
    time of the month it was.

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  114. Moehau Man says:

    “Moe commented on Lena’s merkin he has not”

    Yes well, I’m still a bit stunned by foreign jokers having monthly periods. I never heard of such a thing.

    Mrs Moehau Man (my worldly wise old mum) said…

    [Well as a matter of fact, she’s as speechless as I am.]

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  115. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    Do you think that Admiral Nelson cuaght his opponents at the wrong time of the month?

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  116. Cill says:

    If they all had water retention issues, what would’ve happened at the relief of Lucknow? 😀

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  117. Moehau Man says:

    Mrs Moehau Man (my retentive old mum) has finally answered the question. “What would happen”, she says, “if a band walked into a bar full of foreign jokers and played ‘Ragtime’?”

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  118. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Moehau Man,
    Has you wise Mum ever considered putting all this together in one volume? It should be more edifying that Liz’s “Pimpin’ My Ho”.

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  119. Cill says:

    (whisper) Psst Fuzzy, Unlike Liz, Mrs MM is too modest to publish her collection.

    (Hey let me know if you hear Liz coming so I can take evasive action)

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  120. Farm Boy says:

    There is a new post

    Like

  121. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Cill,
    While there is a new post to mak the previous omments, I am afraid that the internet is foreve.
    We may be found out.

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  122. Tarnished says:

    Regarding the concept of a male cycle:

    Men do, in fact have a hormonal cycle, but it occurs every 90 minutes or so rather than every 30 days. The male one just doesn’t have blatant physical signs like the female one does.

    http://press.endocrine.org/doi/abs/10.1210/jcem-65-5-929

    And of course both men and women have far more subtle cycles based on the seasons and our circadian rhythms, but these tend to relate more to just mood and not much having to do with sexuality. It’s very difficult to nail these ones down to any degree of scientific consistency, precisely because we use so much artificial lighting.

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  123. Liz says:

    Someone mentioned Asian wives….somewheres.
    Can’t seem to find it. At any rate, back to Pimpin.

    From ‘Pimpin’
    Chapter entitiled, “Bangin’ Hot Little Flips! (aka Philapino bitches!)”
    (Pimpin’ can’t spell)

    Your American wife will do anything to get child support from you. Your Filipina wife will do anything to get a child from you.

    Your Filipina wife has great calves in high heels. Your American wife has something that more closely resembles cows on pogo sticks.

    Your American wife can threaten you with the idea of her moving back in with her parents. You can threaten your Filipina wife with the idea of her moving back in with her parents.

    Your American wife is angry when you suggest she clean the commode. Your Filipina wife is happy to HAVE a commode!

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  124. blurkel says:

    From what guys who served in the Philippines tell me, the standard greeting from a Filipina to a GI is “I love you long time – Buy me Cadillac!”

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  125. Liz says:

    “From what guys who served in the Philippines tell me, the standard greeting from a Filipina to a GI is “I love you long time – Buy me Cadillac!”

    I think things probably changed a little after the base closure.
    They underestimated the economic impact that would have.

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  126. Spawny Get says:

    I’m guessing that quite a few Sharm-el-Sheikh locals have stopped laughing over the bombing of the Russian plane, now they’re unemployed. I’m sure it’s the tourists’ fault.

    In fact Egypt tourism teeters after Sinai plane crash

    The warm, turquoise sea glimmers tantalisingly as it laps at sandy beaches surrounded by palm trees and colourful, exotic flowers.
    Ordinarily in November, few sun loungers would be unoccupied under the umbrellas that line the shores of Sharm el-Sheikh.
    Most would be filled with Russian and British holidaymakers escaping the cold weather at home.
    But now most tourists have disappeared.
    “The beach is empty. It was full until a few days ago but the Russians have all gone,” says Richard Bourne from Wales, who is here sunbathing with his wife.
    “I feel so sorry for the people,” he goes on. “I don’t know how the hotels will survive the coming weeks.”
    Not far away, the bars and clubs of Naama Bay pump out loud music to ever-diminishing numbers of customers. Souvenir sellers and diving tutors sit idle with worried expressions.
    “There’s no business,” bemoans Raed, who runs a store selling Pharaonic knick-knacks – from plastic scarabs to papyrus scrolls – that are usually popular with European visitors.
    Redundancy fears
    The resort is increasingly deserted after the plane crash which led the UK, Russia and several other countries to suspend flights here.
    All 224 people onboard a Russian charter jet were killed when it came down over the north of the rugged Sinai peninsula on 31 October.
    Suspicions that a bomb could have been planted onboard have raised concerns about security at Sharm el-Sheikh airport.
    In recent days, airlines have made special arrangements to fly out tens of thousands of passengers – without bringing in new arrivals.
    “On a normal basis we would be 90% full right now, everyone would be working and everyone would be happy,” says Amr Darwish, an owner of the Terrazzina beach club.
    He worries he might have to lay off staff in the near future.
    “We don’t know when the tourists are going to be able to come back. You can’t make a business plan for next week, let alone next month or next year,” he adds.
    According to the tourism ministry, Egypt stands to lose 2.2bn Egyptian pounds ($280m) a month after the cancellation of flights from Russia and Britain.
    Two-thirds of tourists to Sharm el-Sheikh come from these two countries. The destination earns about a third of Egypt’s total proceeds from tourism.

    It’s since been confirmed as a bomb. Fuck ’em

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  127. blurkel says:

    @ Liz

    I live close enough to several closed former military bases to see the economic damage wreaked upon US cities. This is why few bases get closed without a great deal of political wrangling, leading to the US having the most-expensive muscle-bound military which costs more than ALL potential rivals and allies COMBINED. Must keep the constituents on Uncle Scam’s dime!

    But as we just discussed on one of these comment threads, WE the People are made of money no matter how many remain unemployed during this alleged economic boom. It’s not like We the People need it for anything!

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  128. Tarnished says:

    Off-topic (rare for this blog, I know 😉) but semi relevant to what we discuss:

    Two of our players were sick last night, so we canceled our D&D game and I was bored at home. So I made lunch for my coworkers today…mini cheeseburger pies, garlic mashed potatoes, corn on the cob, and apple-cinnamon roses. One of the guys posted the spread on Facebook. So far, his post has gotten 23 likes, 3 guys have offered to marry me, and 1 has called me a “food goddess”.

    Never again will I doubt the Power of the Sammich. 🍔

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  129. Mrs. Yoda says:

    Sammiches so very powerful they are.
    Astute women know this they do

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  130. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Tarn,
    Men are very motivated by food. Bears are even more so.
    I love the cries from this bear.

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  131. Tarnished says:

    Men are very motivated by food.
    So am I. Food is good.

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  132. Chris says:

    I stumbled upon one scene in which the character named Adam falls off the wagon and then instructs his girlfriend Natalia to crawl to his bedroom, where he proceeds to rim her and then engage her in intercourse, which he “finishes” on her chest. That was all I needed to know.

    Judging from the TV show and some of the more provocative snippets from her book concerning her younger sister, I suspect that Ms. Dunham has “issues.”

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  133. Spawny Get says:

    “I suspect that Ms. Dunham has “issues.””

    I suspect that you’re being very generous in your phraseology

    Hi

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  134. Farm Boy says:

    Perhaps issue number one is that she is an attention whore.

    It all goes downhill from there.

    Liked by 4 people

  135. Tarnished says:

    Welcome, Chris.

    I’m fairly confident that Ms Dunham has more issues than my local comic shop, honestly.

    Liked by 2 people

  136. blurkel says:

    You still have a local comic shop, Tarn? Our last one closed down when the economy crashed, and there’s no sign a new one will open.

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