You Are Not All That — The Modern Young Woman’s Frame


A few years ago I was in a Panera Bread restaurant.  I opened my laptop, went to a webpage, and one of those autoplay ads started blaring away.  I within seconds stopped it.  A young woman from the other side of the place got up, walked over, and in a very superior tone suggested that I stop playing.  This, after at least twenty seconds of silence, after a two second burst of sound.

She apparently was none too bright, as the pattern of sound suggested that it was a one time incident; and not the precursor to a continuous event.  But the tone with with she talked was striking.  It has this “I am so awesome, so you probably should do what I suggest out of my awesomeness.  Or if you don’t, I will get the manager”.  I really didn’t get a full insight into her, but she probably thought that she is much more capable, smart, skilled, etc. than other people, especially men.   This was her frame.

Two questions arise,

  1.  How did she get this frame?
  2. Why is her frame apparently never tested?

The answers are inter-related.  Modern girls are not raised with the old-time constraints/virtues  (e.g. modesty, service, etc.).  Instead they are raised with a healthy dose of princess crap topped with lots of self-esteem.   With a side of victimhood.  They are allowed to do most anything that they want; and when they do something bad, they are often not called on it.

An analogy would be a bunch of cats living in a city eating royally out of garbage cans.  They are not really wild, as they do not have to hunt for their food, with all of the required skill to do so.  But they are not domesticated either. Rather they are, for a lack of better term, feral-fat.

So short answer – the frame comes from never really being constrained, tested, or called out; and it can be maintained for the same reasons.

In the next post, we will consider young men’s frame.

 

NAWALT applies

 

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117 comments on “You Are Not All That — The Modern Young Woman’s Frame
  1. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    There is a lot going on here but, it may all boil down to her believing that because she is female, she is superior. How this develops into giving her the license to walk over to your table and condemn you seems to need an extra helping of vanity.
    I have never been to Panera Bread, Now, I guess, I never will.

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  2. SFC Ton says:

    When it comes to younger girls I am seeing a widening trend of them being either

    raging cunts

    or searching for old school femininity(though still somewhat short on modesty, leastwise by my hillbilly grandma’s standard) and therefore old school masculinity

    with fewer in-betweens

    so I see the problem as getting worse in general but an uptick in unicorns

    Strange days indeed

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  3. Farm Boy says:

    or searching for old school femininity(though still somewhat short on modesty, leastwise by my hillbilly grandma’s standard) and therefore old school masculinity

    I wonder what is driving that

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  4. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    What ever this girl was doing or thinking, it wasn’t about enhancing the reputation of women. When stuff like this happens, it rubs off on all of them. It also makes men hesitant about social intersourse much less the one more often thought of.

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  5. SFC Ton says:

    They are sick of the bullshit Farm Boy. Sometimes its because their dad was divorced raped, sometimes its brothers who were ran over by some BPD chick, sometimes its because their mom is a raging cunt and they don’t want to repeat the mistakes, raised by a father( renting wombs is still a damn fine idea by the way) .. the more we think it through I am sure the more bad examples we can find

    The young girl I know the best along those lines watched her sister train wreck. like whelped three half breeds, no baby daddy in sight, was homeless and living in a car for a bit etc ec

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  6. Farm Boy says:

    It also makes men hesitant about social intercourse much less the one more often thought of.

    Indeed. They think “why bother”.

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  7. SFC Ton says:

    Yo Sumo! What is the deal with dogs in Canada? I want to ride up the AlCan this summer and bring my dog
    They allow pit bulls and pressas?

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  8. Tarnished says:

    A young woman from the other side of the place got up, walked over, and in a very superior tone suggested that I stop playing. This, after at least twenty seconds of silence, after a two second burst of sound.

    Maybe she’s as developmentally challenged as Miss South Carolina, and it took those 20+ seconds for the fact the noise was stopped to reach her pathetic excuse for a brain?

    Seriously though, she probably would’ve strutted over to you like that even if you were a woman. I’ve dealt with her type before. People like this believe they are superior to everyone around them and will make a self-righteous scene in public even when completely unnecessary. Males and females do this, though in slightly different ways, and unfortunately the female way is what you experienced.

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  9. Farm Boy says:

    Well, she is blond. What do you expect?

    It is a good thing that unicorns have reddish brown hair

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  10. SFC Ton says:

    A beauty queen is not eloquent? Not sure I see a problem there

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  11. Yoda says:

    Sexist we are

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  12. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Tarn,
    She is SO blonde!

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  13. Yoda says:

    What exactly “sexist” mean it does?

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  14. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    “Sexist” equals “What, you don’t buy into the superiority of the feminine?”, said ithe the tone of a parrot.
    Aaaaaaaaaawwwwwwkkkkkkk!

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  15. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    Do you remember the post by Nekros on J4G? In it, he describes how he tried to chat up a girl in a bar and she took his photo loading it to snapchat right in front of him. This is the same sort of hubris described in your post.

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  16. SFC Ton says:

    sexist
    1. Discrimination based on gender, especially discrimination against women.
    2. The belief that one gender is superior to the other, especially that men are superior to women.
    http://www.thefreedictionary.com/sexist

    chauvinism
    an attitude of superiority toward members of the opposite sex; also : behavior expressive of such an attitude
    http://beta.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/chauvinism

    not my fault reality is sexist

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  17. Yoda says:

    Hubris — good word for it it would be.
    Pride before the fall

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  18. Yoda says:

    Is it “sexist” to be not have a sex be “superior”, but have the sexes “different”?
    Because different the sexes are.

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  19. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    If a “misogynist” is someone who disagrees with a feminist, do you think that they will allow for the sexes to be “different”?

    SFC Ton,
    It was the feminists in the 60s who made the word “chauvanism” apply in a male/female context. Before then, it was a French term that referred to nationalism.

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  20. That poor girl… I guess she has her looks at least? Hopefully she never needs to find her way put of a paper bag..

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  21. SFC Ton says:

    While men and women are different, men are still better in every quantifiable sense of the world beyond the whole whelping thing, Which is pretty damn important

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  22. Errr out of a paper bag, I mean ☺

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  23. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Bloom,
    She may be in the twenty percent that can’t find the US on a map.

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  24. Yoda says:

    She may be in the twenty percent that can’t find the US on a map.

    Find the US on a map of the US she could?

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  25. As for the girl in the post, my guess is she watched too much tween TV style stuff, like Hannah Montana, plus was probably fed a steady diet of “you’re a special snowflake” rah rah nonsense

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  26. From her answer I would gather the US is in Asia and/or Iraq????

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  27. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Bloom,
    She had to sleep her way through grade school. I am having trouble wrapping my head around someone being that geographically inept.

    Yoda,
    If Breitbart is carrying the story, the fembots bought it.
    Those fembots! they’ll buy anything that 4chan is selling.
    Buhahahaha

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  28. molly says:

    Farm Boy the woman in the restaurant is like the princess I dropped an icecream on. She bosses people. She lies about men as well. One of them lost his job.

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  29. Sumo says:

    Yo Sumo! What is the deal with dogs in Canada? I want to ride up the AlCan this summer and bring my dog
    They allow pit bulls and pressas?

    Well, we have dogs up here, if that’s what you’re asking. 😉

    Not sure that you’d have an issue bringing one of the Hellhounds up here; you’d probably get more flack if you tried to bring fruits or veggies across the border.

    I’ll look in to it and get back to you, Nii-san.

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  30. Yoda says:

    Interesting this is,

    There will be no doubt some hand-wringing about “Islamophobia” and further calls to continue the American elite’s fourteen-year track record of whitewashing Islamic beliefs and culture, but I wonder if the media is missing a powerful, largely-uncovered influence on America’s hearts and minds — the experience and testimony of the more than two million Americans who’ve served overseas since 9/11 and have experienced Islamic cultures up-close. Yes, they were in the middle of a war — but speaking from my own experience — the war was conducted from within a culture that was shockingly broken. I expected the jihadists to be evil, but even I couldn’t fathom the depths of their depravity. And it was all occurring against the backdrop of a brutally violent and intolerant culture. Women were beaten almost as an afterthought, there was a near-total lack of empathy for even friends and neighbors, lying was endemic, and sexual abuse was rampant. Even more disturbingly, it seemed that every problem was exacerbated the more religious and pious a person (or village) became. I spent enough time outside the wire and interacting with tribal leaders to get a sense of the reality around me, but the younger guys on the line spent weeks at a time living in the heart of the local community. I remember one young soldier, after describing the things he’d seen since the start of the deployment, gestured towards the village around us and said — in perfect Army English — “Sir, this s**t is f**ked up.” . . .

    But this same experience has caused us to treasure the Muslim friends we do have — in part because we recognize the extreme risks of their loyalty and defiance of jihad. That’s why American officers fiercely champion the immigration of local interpreters, even to the point of welcoming them into their own home. That’s why there’s often an intense connection with our Kurdish allies, the single-most effective ground fighting force against ISIS. Two million Americans have been downrange, and they’ve come home and told families and friends stories the media rarely tells. Those stories have an impact, but because of the cultural distance between America’s warriors and its media, academic, and political aristocracy, it’s an impact the aristocracy hasn’t been tracking. Experience trumps idealistic rhetoric, and I can’t help but think that polls like YouGov’s are at least partly registering the results of a uniquely grim American experience.

    http://www.nationalreview.com/corner/428349/hidden-reason-why-americans-dislike-islam-david-french

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  31. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Molly,
    I don’t feel so bad about the ice cream incident any more. I wish that you had done worse.
    IN the meanwhile, 🌯 🌯 🌯 🐻 🙄

    SFC Ton,
    You may be confusing the UK with Canada on this point. Dogs entering the UK are quarentined for what I remember as six months. They’re rabies free and would like to stay that way. Gen. Eisenhower’s dog Telek had to stay in doggie jail for six months after he came back from North Africa.

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  32. molly says:

    Fuzzie 🐻 ❤
    🌯 🌯 🌯 🌯

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  33. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Thank you, Molly!
    Are you helping Cill with his project?

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  34. molly says:

    “Are you helping Cill with his project?” Fuzzie I wish!

    What is the time in Fuzzie land? Is 🐻 ok?

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  35. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Molly,
    It is 2:45am here and long past my zzzzzz time. Bear is Ok.

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  36. Liz says:

    Farmboy: “or searching for old school femininity(though still somewhat short on modesty, leastwise by my hillbilly grandma’s standard) and therefore old school masculinity”

    I wonder what is driving that”

    Social conditioning.

    Things like courtesy seem to have gone by the wayside. Folks have forgotten the reason for courtesy, and they are reject it as arbitrary. Furthermore, they are outright rewarded for violating social courtesies.

    To be fair, it isn’t just women…lots of people seem to behave ferally, but women are the least likely to be called on it. It’s the proliferation of ghetto values. Imagine for a moment that instead of the two second ad you turned off, you were actually a ghetto thug, and you brought your music into Panera and started blaring really crass and vulgar songs. I’d bet that girl would not have approached you. Most likely, she would have quietly left, maybe given you an embarassed smile if you scowled in her direction.

    Women are supposed to be a civilizing influence. Now women are trying to outdrink and outfuck men. What might have been funny and quirky as entertainmnet on a movie in small doses in Christmases past (I’m thinking of the first Indiana Jones movie where the female lead drank a great deal more than the men) has become de riguour behavior.
    Consider the following examples of two different societies:

    Two guys get in each others’ faces. Their female partners pull them apart while they make a show of fake reluctance with no harm done in the end.

    Or…
    Two guys get in each others’ faces and their little warrior princesses yell, “Kick that motherfucker’s ass!”
    Soon everyone is on the floor punching and pulling hair and chick ‘beasties” yelling “fuck you, bitch!”

    The first society is a lot better to live in and raise a family.

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  37. Liz says:

    “Do you remember the post by Nekros on J4G? In it, he describes how he tried to chat up a girl in a bar and she took his photo loading it to snapchat right in front of him. This is the same sort of hubris described in your post.”

    I remember it, Fuzzie. A beautiful woman would have never done that. That is the handiwork of an insecure ugly cunt.

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  38. SFC Ton says:

    Thanks Sumo, I know what the interwebz says about it but often enough the interwebs doesnt match reality.

    Good to y’all extreme yankees have not allowed pits and pressas like a fair number of far left countries

    Fair certain I am going to take Boy. Won’t need a side car if I bring Boy

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  39. SFC Ton says:

    Liz wins the prize! It is the mid range girls who go nuclear on beta approaches because they feel its a hit to their smp and they cannot afford the hit…. leastwise so says the Ton

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  40. SFC Ton says:

    Liz looses her prize
    Women are civilized they don’t do the civilizing; if Liz was correct feminism would work(ish)

    Chivalry/ courtesy was designed for men, fighting men. To rank men’s actions a honorable or more honorable and to keep dangerous men from fucking up each other so you have more around to fuck up strangers. It had nothing to do with opening doors for bitches That is courtly love/ romance novels of back of the day nonsense

    You don’t have to worry about betas getting up set and hurting each other, they get buttsore and pout.

    During my last run in with the local diversity the negress was doing the “kick that crackers ass” thing. Which always cracks me up but most of the casual social violence here is negress inspired or negress on negress.

    Its rather interesting to watch a pack of 40 year old landwhales yelling at a house for some “bitch ass nigga” to get her ass out there and do something

    Is it a pack, troop or a pod? I don’t know. I don’t do whale terminology. Troop or pod is probably more technically correct

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  41. SFC Ton says:

    Why the Ton hates islam/ hajjis

    1st hand experience with moslems, in moslems nations where they are free to moslem. The ones in the West are well behaved because they are out numbered. For now

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  42. SFC Ton says:

    Fuzzie, I have dealt with the quarantine thing before and understand it, and Canada seems real reasonable on that front; shot record, all shots within a certain time and a letter saying the doggies are good to go

    My real concern is can I bring Pits or Presa’s. They are banned in a lot of towns and a few countries. Girly town and nations to be sure and while Sumo is my brother from another mother, Canada is pretty fucking girly

    Didnt know how girly Canada is until I was stuck on a camp with nothing but the CBC to listen too

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  43. Liz says:

    Lol Ton.

    I was thinking back to a time in the O club back in the ROK when we (spouses) were waiting for a naming ceremony to end so we’d meet up with the guys at the club. A few of us took a pool table and started a game. Then a Captain and Colonel came by and told us to get off, they wanted the table. There were very very rude about it.

    When the guys came out of the naming they were all really drunk (as usual). My closest friend at the time went up to her husband and told him about the incident, and he just shrugged sheepishly. I was across the room at the time, or I would have stopped her but after that she went up to mine. Holy Christ I saw his eyes when he went up to that Captain and confronted him and I dove into a sprint across the room to grab his arm and say, “Its’ no big deal…come on let’s go over here…” I was afraid he’d give him a beat down and then end up in jail and lose his job.

    Anyway, he got his point across. But I wouldn’t be the one to stir up trouble that way. Later, he said, “But you’d be pretty disappointed if I’d handled it like (friend’s husband) did, wouldn’t you?” I had to admit, yes, I’d have been disappointed.

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  44. Liz says:

    Of course bikini carwash girl was always up in people’s faces.
    “You’d kick his ass, wouldn’t ya Stevie!?!”

    Kind of like this:

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  45. Liz says:

    Just thinking further on civilized versus civilizing.
    I think we’ll just have to disagree (a bit). Lord of the Flies seemed pretty realistic to me.
    Yes, men civilize men but I do still think that women are supposed to be a civilizing influence.
    They aren’t supposed to fight and drink and overall act like men, and social conditioning used to dissuade them from even attempting it. It’s not a nice world when women act manly.

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  46. Liz says:

    Or, should’ve said, TRY to act manly.

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  47. Yoda says:

    Imagine for a moment that instead of the two second ad you turned off, you were actually a ghetto thug, and you brought your music into Panera and started blaring really crass and vulgar songs. I’d bet that girl would not have approached you

    But maybe tinglated she would be

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  48. Yoda says:

    If Liz loses prize again, what do she will have to?

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  49. Yoda says:

    A solution this is,

    Street artist Sabo strikes again.

    The anonymous artist has posted several “Jihad Free Zone” signs across southern California, including in Santa Monica, Beverly Hills, Hollywood, Culver City, near the campus of UCLA and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, he writes on the Facebook page.

    http://www.theamericanmirror.com/jihad-free-zone-signs-appear-around-southern-california/

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  50. Yoda says:

    Kind of like this it would be,

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  51. Liz says:

    “If Liz loses prize again, what do she will have to?”

    I guess I’ll just have to disappoint, Yoda. 😉

    (which is a shame because I like to please. But I also state things as I see them, and…well, can’t win ’em all)

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  52. Liz says:

    Just reading the above, I’m not trying to be snarky.
    Kind of came across myeh which wasn’t my intent.
    Just…people disagree. It is what it is.

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  53. Liz says:

    I’m reading the second book of the Brilliance series, which is pretty interesting. And right now there is (coincidentally) a breakdown in “civilization”, where a terrorist attack on the power grid and the sabotage of the food production line has started to cause problems. Cleveland has been sectioned off and in this scene a man is trying to lead his family out so they can escape and find food (and milk for their baby):

    “Is that what the Children Of Darwin had done? Was it possible that the madness engulfing Cleveland would spread, that power would fail widely, that food wouldn’t move from farm to store, that the police wouldn’t’ protect nor the hospitals heal?
    Could life be so delicate?

    You know that it can. The world worked because people agreed to believe it worked. He could hand a piece of paper to a clerk and walk out with clothing because they agreed to ascribe value to the paper. He could interact with people thousands of miles away and call it chatting. The d-pad in his pocket could access the sum total of accumulated human knowledge, from setting a bone to building an A-bomb.

    And none of that was real. It was a shared and beneficial hallucination.
    What happens when we can’t believe anymore?

    To me, social courtesies and all that are part of that rung “beneficial hallucination” that keeps people civilized. When it starts to break down people become nastier with each other and more primal. I think (again, please don’t spank me) women are a part of that, their participation in the system is pretty key. Now they’re becoming vulgar and abandoning their obligations and we’re seeing bad results. Even if one thinks of women as children (I’ll go there for the example), even children have a civilizing effect on people. They aren’t civilized…furthest thing from (the younger they are, the less civilized they are), but I do think they have a civilizing effect on others.

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  54. Yoda says:

    When the “Pimpin'” series coming it is?

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  55. Liz says:

    At present I’m investigating the history of the genre, Yoda.
    I found an image of the first meth lab fire!

    😛

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  56. I’d say it can be both. Women can “inspire” men to step up their game. I have seen that happen more than once, a guy will all on his own start acting different around a gal, usually one he aims to marry. Especially if he percieves her to be of high status, a “catch.” His friends and such may even tease him for it. Moms are also largely responsible for teaching children of both genders manners and social niceties and such. But just as or more often women who lack class can promote the opposite, creating drama and social chaos out of thin air. So I’d say women w class may help civilize things, women without (like I am picturing the phesant class in days gond by, or the trailer class today) drag it down.

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  57. Or put another way, a woman can help bring out the best in a man, of she can bring out the worst.

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  58. I wonder if I will ever manage to post a comment w/o a typo! Lol. By now you guys would probably think it was an imposter!

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  59. Tarnished says:

    Well, she is blond. What do you expect?

    Hey, now! I’m blonde…what’re you trying to say? 😉

    I think it’s really that males and females work off each other. Our bodies, minds, and even senses generally complement each other in fantastic ways. Imho neither is superior to the other. Different doesn’t equal inferior, otherwise you could find ways to argue for either sex being “lesser”.

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  60. Yoda says:

    Ton and Tarn similar names they do have.
    But stunning contrast they are.

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  61. Tarnished says:

    True, Yoda.
    But then the ways we view and interact with the world around us are very different, so that likely has a lot to do with it.

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  62. Yoda says:

    The men in the U.S. military’s most dangerous jobs care little about political correctness or gender equality. And they have a message for their political leadership.

    When they are fighting in the shadows or bleeding on the battlefield, women have no place on their teams.

    In blunt and, at times, profanity-laced answers to a voluntary survey conducted by the Rand Corp., more than 7,600 of America’s special operations forces spoke with nearly one voice. Allowing women to serve in Navy SEAL, Army Delta or other commando units could hurt their effectiveness and lower the standards, and it may drive men away from the dangerous posts.

    http://time.com/4145312/male-commandos-against-women-special-ops/

    Jedis also they should be not.

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  63. Tarnished says:

    I’m reading the second book of the Brilliance series…

    What is the author’s name? I’ve been looking for a new series to read between playing Undertale and Shadow of Mordor. Is it something you can really sink your teeth into?

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  64. Tarnished says:

    Jedis also they should be not.

    Well, I suppose there’s always the Sith, then…

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  65. Cill says:

    “Ton and Tarn similar names they do have.
    But stunning contrast they are.”

    Tom too a similar name it is. Watch one’s m’s and n’s one has to do.

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  66. Cill says:

    “I’ve been looking for a new series to read between playing Undertale and Shadow of Mordor.”

    Try “The Emperor’s New Mind”.

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  67. Yoda says:

    Hot that Sith chick might be.
    But still Jedis they should be not.

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  68. SFC Ton says:

    LOL my given name is Tom, though not even my mother calls me that anymore

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  69. Liz says:

    Marcus Sakey is the author of the Brilliance series, Tarn.
    It’s very good. I think they are going to make it into a movie soon as well.
    I liked the Dune series too if you haven’t read that one yet (I got the tip here I think).

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  70. SFC Ton says:

    Feminism has shown what women are like when you remove the authority of men from them
    betas show what men turn into when you remove the authority of men over them
    single moms show what happens to kids when women are left to train/ civilize them

    given what we can readily observe I cannot give the women civilize or even have a role in it it any credence.

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  71. SFC Ton says:

    I liked the 1st Dune book, the rest sucked ass. It would take a series of books to explain how much ass those books suck

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  72. Liz says:

    Fair enough, Ton.

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  73. SFC Ton says:

    All Southern White men should leave the military and let women, yankees, queers and non Whites do the defending and dying

    This is the shit whole of a nation they worked so hard to create so let them bare the weight of it.

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  74. Liz says:

    I only read the first Dune book, but I’d planned on reading the rest.
    Guess I’m glad I haven’t yet. LOL!

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  75. Liz says:

    Dune was so good I was putting it off until I had a good bit of time because the volumes are so large.
    I don’t think I put Dune down and read the whole thing in a day and a half.

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  76. SFC Ton says:

    Women are wonderful! when they are leashed and under the authority of men. Father, husband.

    Women tend to be horror shows when not under authority of men, as once again feminism has shown.

    It is hard for those who disagree to come up with a successful counter argument given the reality of feminism and history

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  77. Liz says:

    something like 900 pages.

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  78. SFC Ton says:

    I really detests fiction and I read Dune during Iraq round 1 during the 90’s. Way slow ops tempo. Any rate, I really enjoyed it but then it just got weird in book #2, then weirder still in book #3

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  79. Cill says:

    I used to read fiction to put myself to sleep. Now I read <2 words and my mind wanders off and keeps me awake.

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  80. Cill says:

    The best fiction I ever read was called “Sux”. I wrote it as a kid. One of the characters was a bumblebee named “Bing”, iirc. I hadn’t heard of metrosexual males back then, but they must have been around because Bing was a metrosexual male if ever there was one. A mangina. I hated him and made all the other characters beat the living shit out of him.

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  81. Cill says:

    My crowning words were “And now Bing is a humblebee.” I was so proud of it I read it aloud to my parents who didn’t laugh.

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  82. Tarnished says:

    Hot that Sith chick might be.
    But still Jedis they should be not.

    I guess I’m just thankful that you didn’t write the Star Wars universe, then, Yoda. I enjoy cosplaying as a Jedi. It would be stupid if I “couldn’t” just because some fans say so. Luckily, that doesn’t matter irl. I dress up all the frickin time, however I want. 😀

    The Force can be used by anyone who has it, regardless of genital type…and let’s face it, there’s a crap ton of aliens, so one might as well say that beings with ZW chromosomes or hemipenes or seedflaps “shouldn’t be Jedi”.

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  83. Tarnished says:

    Thanks, Liz.
    I’ll give that a try, Cill. (Reading unpublished fiction, not badgering you for yours, I mean.)

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  84. Liz says:

    Lol That made me laugh out loud Cill.
    😀

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  85. Yoda says:

    Empowered temporarily they are,

    Malik, a 29-year-old Pakistani citizen with an infant, pledged loyalty to ISIS on Facebook before the deadly attack. But her actions do not necessarily reflect the ideals and rules ISIS has laid out for women and their role in the caliphate.

    ISIS has so far said publicly that Malik and her husband, Syed Rizwan Farook, were “supporters of the caliphate” — refraining from calling them “soldiers,” as they have described followers in the past.

    The group’s propaganda targeting Western women often features burka-clad girls toting AK-47s. ISIS’s message stresses the “empowerment” of women, according to Mia Bloom, a terror expert and professor at Georgia State University. It has been more successful in recruiting U.S. women than any other terror group, notes Karen Greenberg, the director of the Center on National Security at Fordham University’s School of Law. The group claims that feminism has failed women and that in the caliphate, they will be able to be their true, nurturing selves.

    https://www.yahoo.com/politics/isis-thinks-female-jihadis-should-1318567983734838.html

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  86. Yoda says:

    I hated him and made all the other characters beat the living shit out of him.

    Like Tolstoy in this you are

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  87. And then there is dung beetle game…

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  88. Which pales in comparison to transgender land snail game!

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  89. Tarnished says:

    Bloom, I do believe you are making these up… 😛

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  90. Tarnished says:

    Oh, those videos!

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  91. Yoda says:

    Videos primed Tarn for oversharing they did?

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  92. Yoda says:

    More from above story

    Its vision of women as helpmeets who should encourage the men in their lives to become more religious is in line with ISIS’s gender ideology, however. The school’s charismatic founder, Farhat Hashmi, teaches that women must veil themselves in order to maintain their husband’s interest and keep their families intact, according to the book Transforming Faith by Sadaf Ahmad. Hashmi also lectures wives to make themselves sexually available to their husbands at all times in order to prevent infidelity

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  93. Tarnished says:

    Its vision of women as helpmeets who should encourage the men in their lives to become more religious is in line with ISIS’s gender ideology, however.

    Methinks friend Blurkel would have something to say about the use of religion to keep men at the grindstone…

    Videos primed Tarn for oversharing they did?

    Nah. I may be trans/dysphoric, but I’m not an invertebrate. Give me a juicier topic, if you want something worth sharing.

    P.S. – For someone who complains about it so much, I think you protest too much. 😉

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  94. Yarn I am not sure if the videos are truly factual, but they kindof put human dating and relating woes in context. Lol!

    Comic relief! 🙂

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  95. Yoda says:

    For someone who complains about it so much, I think you protest too much. 😉

    Testing you I am.
    A disturbance in the Force there is.

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  96. Tarnished says:

    Yarn I am.
    Unimpressed this cat is.

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  97. Tarnished says:

    Testing you I am.
    A disturbance in the Force there is.

    What caused it this time?

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  98. Yoda says:

    A new movie forthcoming it is.
    Directed by JJ Abrams it would be.
    Spotty record with Star Trek he had.

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  99. Tarnished says:

    Lol. Oh, that.

    Well, it could be worse. Michael Bay and Gore Verbinski could’ve co-directed it…with input from Bill Condon.

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  100. Tarnished says:

    Btw, in case of of my comments come off as testy or short, I apologize ahead of time. Like most in the service/retail industry, the holidays make me lose all my remaining faith in humanity. It’ll start growing back in mid-January.

    Just verbally slap me upside the head. I’m blonde, so it’ll act as a Reset. 😉 😛

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  101. Spawny Get says:

    ‘ZW chromosomes or hemipenes or seedflaps’

    Sounds hot. Just saying…

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  102. Yoda says:

    Blonds have more fun they do

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  103. Tarnished says:

    Blonds have more fun they do.
    Only real ones.
    Dyed-blondes need to watch out for peroxide seeping into their brains and making them derpy.

    Lol @ Spawny.
    ZW is the sex determination system for birds and some reptiles. Females are ZW and males are ZZ. Also, the ovum determines the sex of the offspring instead of the sperm, which assists in asexual reproduction (as seen in turkeys and boa constrictors).

    Hemipenes are the reptilian version of penises.

    A “seedflap” is a fictional word used by Trolls in the webcomic Homestuck. It has something to do with genitals, but the actual definition isn’t clear otherwise.

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  104. Spawny Get says:

    Sometimes blondes make some of the fun go away… 😦

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  105. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I think that Liz had only part of it right back at 11:51am. What Farm Boy went through at Panera Bread was a demonstration of contempt. She was at liberty to do this because she was female and he was male. Just as Behar Mustapha cannot be sexist because she is female and cannot be racist because she is Muslim.
    Men have to accep-t that there are women out there that hate for no other reason. As for the level of hate, I remember hearing Karen Straughan saying that she had never seen anything like it is now without it turning into genocide. For myself, I think the Nazis had more discretion with the Jews. What boggles the mind is that how can forty nine percent of the population be hated with such fervor?
    I don’t know what men should do. This is without precedent.

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  106. […] fuzziewuzziebear on You Are Not All That — The Modern Young Woman’s Frame […]

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  107. Tarnished says:

    Part of the issue is that it isn’t outright hatred. After all, you can call someone out on that eventually.

    Apathy? Disinterest? Sheer ignorance of misandry even being a concept, much less what the opposite sex potentially goes through?
    Much more difficult to confront anyone about.
    Remember the question I saw on that woman’s forum a while back, where the majority said they “didn’t think about gender issues at all”?

    That is what we’re dealing with here.
    Like the line from my favorite poem says: “I did no more than you let me do”.

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  108. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Tarn,
    Philosophically, asking men to apply more effort to this is like an investor being asked to lend more money to a bad business.
    I don’t know what to do.

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  109. Tarnished says:

    I don’t know what to do.

    That’s easy, Fuzz-Wuzz.
    Don’t invest in anything that could harm you. Only put time, money, and energy into things or people who are positive to your life.

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  110. SFC Ton says:

    Fuzzie it is not 49% of the population; it is only White men who are hated to that degree. The rest are magically victims too

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  111. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    It’s all of us together. Black women are down on Black men and, no doubt, that holds for Asians too.

    Tarn,
    I don’t know what to do. Red pill rage and questioning all authority, including the Big Guy Upstairs.

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  112. SFC Ton says:

    LOL poor delusional bear

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  113. Tarnished says:

    Tarn,
    I don’t know what to do. Red pill rage and questioning all authority, including the Big Guy Upstairs.

    Leave the rage to me, bear. It’s a bad look for you, and my inner dark side has enough for both of us…I just don’t let her out into the real world.

    This may make some enemies for me, but I say questioning authority…even religious authority…isn’t a bad thing. Keeps one’s thoughts from going stagnant. Doesn’t mean that you have to completely alter what you think or believe, btw.

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