Hating Men — And the Women Who Do It

Recently commenter Ton stated,

99.9% of women dislike men

The question is: “How much truth is there to this?’

Let us consider,

** Do they hate men all of time, or just most of it?

** Is the 99.9% number too high?

** Or is it maybe for many women just a “mild dislike”?

** Do women appreciate men as a whole for the taxes they pay and civilization they build?

** What is the relationship between hatred of men, and the degree that a women is a Feminist?

** Do they hate men because men have failed the society wide “shit test”?

** Do they hate men because, to use the phraseology of the left, they are “haters”?  And haters are gonna hate.

** Do they hate men because they are told to do so (being herd animals and all)?

** Do they hate men for same reason that Grinch hated Christmas?

** Do they hate men because the Patriarchy is now gone?

** Or is it that no even semi-rational reason might be found?

NAWALT applies



Posted in FarmBoy, Feminism, Lies, Why
183 comments on “Hating Men — And the Women Who Do It
  1. Spawny Get says:

    Whenever they have no immediate need of a man, I think women envy men…and so they dislike them.

    NAWALT etc, but precious few aren’t.

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  2. Spawny Get says:

    There’s no appreciation beyond a millisecond after some man, or men, have ‘done their duty to women’.

    JTO and DD are right in that women (and manginas) have a religious belief that women are somehow better than men morally…and then those fecking men repeatedly show that they’re the better sex because when shit needs to be done…everyone knows that men do it. Of course women hate men, and manginas hate themselves. And every bad thing that any man does is seen By them as a failure of all men.

    Sorry to sound so negative, but…

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  3. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    That they do is important. Why they do would only be important if turning them was considered. When people embrace irrrational hate, they are very hard to turn.

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  4. Yoda says:

    Perhaps told to be men they are.
    But poor men they do make.
    So pissed off they are.
    And some one to blame there must be

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  5. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Rational it is not.

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  6. Yoda says:

    Tell women to stop this shit we should.

    Liked by 2 people

  7. Yoda says:

    JTO and DD

    Who these people they are?

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  8. Cill says:

    The inherent group bias in women makes them resentful of men. More puzzling to me is their hatred of white men in particular – the very men who introduced the things on which feminism depends, such as democracy. The more successful a category of men are, the more women resent them and go out of their way to show preference for other groups (the crusade for diversity). The loopiest ones are also leftists with the goal of taking successful men down. In their ignorant, bigoted way, they take out their hatred on all white men, not just the successful ones. Look at what they’ve done to working class white boys in the U.K. – reduced them to the lowest-achievers of all groups in education.

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  9. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    John The Other and Diana Davisson (Feminism LOL) are youtubers. Additionally, they are outcasts from AVfM.

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  10. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    What worries m about the hate directed at White, Christian, Straight Men is that it has been built up to a pitch that hasn’t been seen in America since the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbot.
    This will be workjed out but, it may be very messy.

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  11. Yoda says:

    Not very flattering to women in general this is

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  12. Cill says:

    It’s also the case that the more over-privileged a group of people are, the more likely they are to imagine wrongs against themselves and look for someone to blame. White women are the most privileged people in all history – in education, treatment from the media, the law, quotas and affirmative action, health spending, spending in general, control over interaction between the genders and over language, behavior and the young. They are also the most bitching bunch of whiners ever.

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  13. SFC Ton says:

    It stems from fear and insecurities

    as men we cannot imagine how afraid women are, how much they worry etc or how much broken women envy men

    women do not have claws, fangs or strength to defend themselves. They have lies and manipulation instead or… the lucky ones have men with strong frame to rest in

    really this is like red pill 101. A good reminder fo sho but nothing new… like the Good Book says, there is nothing new under the sun

    also 99.9% is probably being generous but the exceptions to the rule are 1) genetic freaks or 2) women with that strong masculine fame in their life

    As the personal for an example it is not the girls who hate their Dad’s who are pro masculine or interested in me as an older school sort of man but girls who had strong masculine role models in their life. Fathers, grandfathers, uncles etc.

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  14. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I always thought that men are disinclined to hate women because they were dependent on their mothers.

    Speaking of mothers, watching a video, a recent immigrant mother said that she had a hard time finding good mothers. Nothers need to network. For instance, if one watches the kids, it allows the other to go to the grocery store.

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  15. SFC Ton says:

    I would say White women are the second most privileged


  16. Cill says:

    One of the biggest benefits to white women comes from divorce or simply fleecing their husbands during marriage. I wonder how much wealth is transferred to women due to marriage.

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  17. Cill says:

    …fleecing their husbands during divorce, aided and abetted by the State, with all the power that that involves. Fleecing them of their assets and their children. One of the greatest of all the white woman’s privileges.

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  18. Tarnished says:

    ** Do they hate men all of time, or just most of it?
    Depends on the individual.

    ** Is the 99.9% number too high?
    Well, there are 161 million women in the US alone, compared to 156 million men as of 2013.
    99.9% of this is 160,839,000. I think this number is too high for the concept of active hatred.

    ** Or is it maybe for many women just a “mild dislike”?
    Perhaps not even this. It seems more like a general feeling of superiority, which isn’t necessarily dislike.

    ** Do women appreciate men as a whole for the taxes they pay and civilization they build?
    Speaking for myself, I appreciate everyone who contributes in some way to civilization and doesn’t just leech from it.

    ** What is the relationship between hatred of men, and the degree that a women is a Feminist?
    Probably dependent on how they were raised. There are feminists who hate men, but there are also traditionalists who see men as nothing more than wallets and protectors.

    ** Do they hate men because men have failed the society wide “shit test”?

    ** Do they hate men because, to use the phraseology of the left, they are “haters”?  And haters are gonna hate.
    I don’t think so. A minority are probably that miserable, but it’s likely not the majority.

    ** Do they hate men because they are told to do so (being herd animals and all)?
    This one is more towards the realm of possibility. There is a definite Us/Women vs Them/Men mentality that most kids pick up on pretty early, either in school or through the media. The feminist version of history is preached far more than a realistic one. For example, it will be said in high school classes that no women could own their own businesses or get a decent education until Feminism came along. However, this is untrue…there are records of numerous women who owned, ran, and kept the profits of their businesses as well as received a similar education to their brothers (nobody wants an ignorant or clueless housewife, after all). Heck, there were even states that allowed ANY landowner, male or female, to vote back in the 1700s.

    ** Do they hate men for same reason that Grinch hated Christmas?
    Lol. Because they’re hearts are too small?

    ** Do they hate men because the Patriarchy is now gone?
    Probably only if they are tradcons.

    ** Or is it that no even semi-rational reason might be found?
    I’m sure there is a reason, somewhere. Whether it is rational or not…Well, is hatred directed towards 100% (no exceptions) of a particular but overwhelmingly large group ever rational?

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  19. SFC Ton says:


    you get way with critical thoughts etc toward White women; try that with jews.

    Race in general but jews in particular Which maybe hard for Cill to get as I understand NZ is very diverse


  20. SFC Ton says:

    Well, is hatred directed towards 100% (no exceptions) of a particular but overwhelmingly large group ever rational?

    probably more so then you could possibly comprehend


  21. Yoda says:

    the lucky ones have men with strong frame to rest in

    But try to destroy this they do

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  22. Cill says:

    Extended tea break here. My big Maori mate is urging my comments along with things like “Good point, brother”. “Good one, bro”. And the occasional Maori laugh. Anyone heard a Maori laugh? It’s the most amusing of all laughs IMHO.

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  23. Cill says:

    The emission of explosive or chuckling sounds from the chest and throat


    I’ve really got him laughing right now.

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  24. SFC Ton says:

    Is it like a Samoan laugh? Or Tongo?


  25. Tarnished says:

    I am currently in a theater waiting for a 10pm showing of Episode 7. Phone going off now.
    Have a lovely evening, all!

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  26. Cill says:

    No it’s not like Samoan or Tongan. I’ll try to find the sound on the net…


  27. Cill says:

    Here’s a fairly extreme example. The woman recording it is laughing at them as well.

    2 Maori men and a Maori woman laughing:

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  28. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Hoping that you see this. Since you will be the first to see it, would you do a quick review?
    I am a fraid of the Disney influence.

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  29. Cill says:

    “Hoping that you see this”
    There’s no link in your comment there, Fuzzy. Or did you mean the Maori laughing?


  30. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Cill, No, I was hoping that Tarn would see my comment and give us a review of the new Star Wars movie. I am aftard that Disney will find a way to botch it.

    Getting back to the post, what would be the best way for men to react? For the Jews in Nazi Germany, it was es-patriate. Somehow, I can’t see all the mn picking up and leaving the Anglosphere.

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  31. Cill says:

    As the fembots force boys into inferior education, the men of the future will earn less and pay less tax. Daddy State won’t be able to fund women’s expectations. On the other hand, robots will produce an increasing percentage of the wealth. Women will always get more than their fair share of it, as they have in-group bias and men don’t.

    Women and their manginas have turned democracy into a disaster for civilisation, with their suffocation of males and crusade for diversity deliberately to destroy what white men built. Mangina Lord Mandelson actually admitted it. What a shoking exposé of disgusting treason.

    Fuzzy, as for what men should do about it, I don’t think there’s much. I’ll tell you my approach to it in a minute.

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  32. molly says:

    Fuzzie I’m going out tonight. Have some special farm-kill steak from Cill’s farm:

    Enjoy and have a nice sleep later 🙂
    Bye bye

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  33. Cill says:

    First of all we should not marry. There should be very few exceptions to this rule. If we had been lucky enough to meet some of the regular female commenters on this blog, for example, we might have made an exception if and only if we decided to have children. However I for one do not want to bring children into this fucked up feminist world (read the Mandelson link in my previous comment).

    As “don’t marry” is our default position, we should enlighten as many other men as we can as to the perils of marriage or interacting with women at all. There are alternatives to women. I have done a lot of this sort of work with men. Tom here is one of them. Although he is in a FWB relationship with a good woman, he didn’t just drift into marriage as too many young blokes continue to do. He is informed and aware.

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  34. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I hope that you have a good night. You wouldn’t be going to see the new Star Wars, would you? 🌯 🌯 🌯 🐻 🙄

    can see that men withdrawing support should be a “go to” reaction. That worldwide statistic on how much women spend vs. how much they earn was a shocker. We would have to find a way to remove indirect support also.

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  35. Yoda says:

    Spawny write about British Multiculturalism he should


  36. Yoda says:

    Odd that anybody believe that multiculturalism work it could

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  37. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    About not getting married, if they’re like this, no problem.

    Well, there is a problem. They’re all like that..

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  38. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny’s report that the BREXIT is up to 47%in favor of leaving the EU tells me it would carry if voted on tomorrow.
    I wonder how much the tales of outrage done to women has affcted it? It is not curious anymore that fembots aren’t condemning all this. It’s beginning to look like they don’t care about the welfare of women.

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  39. Tarnished says:

    Although he is in a FWB relationship with a good woman, he didn’t just drift into marriage as too many young blokes continue to do. He is informed and aware.

    I approve of his intelligent choice, though my biases might be showing just a bit. 😉


    It was not the same as the original trilogy, but neither was it as poorly done as the second. If I were to rate it out of 10, I’d give it about a 7 or 7.5. I’d go see it again.

    Without giving anything away, the most I can say about what I didn’t care for was both the progression (a bit choppy and too fast paced in parts compared to the rest of the film) and the rather labored comedy insertions. There is no comedic relief character in Episode 7, so it falls to the rest of the cast to give this to the audience. While some parts actually were funny for an obvious/nondisruptive reason, others were kinda labored.

    I’d still recommend seeing it.

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  40. Cill says:

    “I approve of his intelligent choice”
    Well, I’d had good advice on FWB from a certain person on this blog…

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  41. Cill says:

    …which I passed onto him. 😉

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  42. Cill says:

    Actually by the time Tom received the good advice it was third-hand.
    Tarn –> M –> me –> Tom

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  43. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Thank you. If you say you want to see it again , then it is worthwhile. That tells me it has some depth.
    I went looking for a dancing Ewok on youtube. No luck.

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  44. Tarnished says:

    Regardless of the number of times removed, I’m glad said advice has helped a brother. How long has this arrangement lasted for him, and is it all with the same gal?

    From what I can tell reading online, most FwB relationships tend to last 2-4 years before one half (usually the woman, though not always) starts asking for more than the other is willing to give. I hope Tom’s lasts a long time!

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  45. Cill says:

    Tom’s FWB is Maori, and they are on average less acquisitive than the women of most other cultures. They haven’t been together for long. I doubt that she will be the demanding type and Maori women seldom put pressures on their men. In fact, I’ve never known one to do so.

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  46. Tarnished says:

    Well, my group always sees these things at least twice, Fuzzie.
    Iron Man, LotR, the Hobbit, Capt America, The Avengers, A*Team, The Expendables, John Carter…if it has to do with high fantasy, superheroes, or explosions it pretty much always gets 2 viewings, lol. Only one that didn’t was the newest Fantastic 4 and that’s because it sucked. Horribly.

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  47. Tarnished says:

    Tom’s FWB is Maori, and they are on average less acquisitive than the women of most other cultures.

    Are they simply not a materialistic culture, or are all it’s people taught to work hard and not expect to coast along on the coattails of another person?


  48. Cill says:

    They are not a materialistic culture. Historically they were very much into conquest and extremely war-like. The Maori Land Wars against the Pakeha (whites) were brutal and vicious. The Maori is a good fighter. Seven generations ago they still practised cannibalism (assuming a generation is 25 years).

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  49. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Thank you for the Ewok video. I don’t know what it is abut Ewoks. Could it be that they are not into needless dialogue? 😉

    I am happy for Tom.

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  50. Cill says:

    He’s right here with me, Fuzzy…

    Tom the Maori says thanks Fuzzy.

    Hongi from Tom

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  51. Tarnished says:

    You’re welcome, Fuzzie.
    I always thought Ewoks were so weird and funny.

    Cill, that is good that Tom has found such a lady. In general, I’m glad that cannibalism is no longer practiced by them. Even if it was done respectfully to their dead, the threat of kuru is not anything to fool around with.

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  52. Tarnished says:

    Tom and his lady friend have my blessings, whatever they’re worth. 🎆🎇

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  53. Cill says:

    I don’t kmow if you saw it but Tom asked me to change his first Maori wording to Hongi, otherwise the humor was too obscure. A hongi is a pressing of noses by way of traditional Māori greeting. Tom’s first Maori wording was humorous and to do with rubbing noses with a bear (I think).

    He has left to have a quiet night with his “missus”.

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  54. Cill says:

    The truth about the Maori, according to their history as they told it themselves, does not accord with the politically correct version white historians would have us believe. A Maori woman loaned me the book “Tuwharetoa”, written by a Maori about 1900. The Maori are an eloquent people and it’s a beautifully written account of Maori history as passed down by the ancestors. My god, some of it makes grim reading. They ate the vanquished after battle. They used hangi (cooking with hot buried stones). They would bury the living victims up to their necks and when their eyes popped out they were ready to eat.

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  55. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I wasn’t expecting them when I first saw “Return of the Jedi”. I loved them!

    Bears do have prominent snouts. It would be natural to want to rub nonses. I always thought that rubbing noses was an Eskimo thing.

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  56. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I do self-censor the bear videos. There are many that don’rt turn out all that well.

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  57. Spawny Get says:

    DD – Diana Davison – ‘Feminism LOL’ on Feminism and theosophy and occultism

    JTO – John the Other chimes in


  58. Spawny Get says:

    This guy is pretty good. He has a hard time not corpsing in this one…

    (corpsing = cracking up in laughter)
    BTW I think that fembots should all be required to get a nose ring like the one in the video. A permanent one that can only be removed when they enter a state of sanity. Kind of a public sign of having bought into the bullshit. They’re kind of cute in a kind of farmyard way.

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  59. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    It would be nice if they did wear nose rings or some other identifier.
    Consuming meat leads to rape culture???
    I just got through watchi8ng this and it is mind bending. It seems as if a whole different value system is in operation.

    Your youtuber does bring up a good point. “”:Intersectionality” is the means by which feminism seeks to aquire all other discrimination based -isms.

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  60. Spawny Get says:

    Fuzzie, that’s the best video I’ve seen from him in a long while. That may be because I gave up watching his stuff because it never said anything new…
    Not bad at all.

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  61. Spawny Get says:

    Listening to this at the moment


  62. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    I make a point of watching him often but, it’s like Chinese food. It doesn’t stick. I don’t know hoe he can do a video a day and find material.
    What he covered in that video may be the source of a lot of hate toward men.

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  63. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I am afraid to listen in on multi-hour discussions. Thanks for sharing..

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  64. SFC Ton says:

    See I thought Ewocs were the beginning of the end for the franchise; from a story that had broad base appeal to being strictly juvenile and silly. A theme they doubled down in the last three movies

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  65. SFC Ton says:

    Hawaiians have the same sort of thing Cill. Though they try to hide it but their big king of kings killed and ate his uncle (before his uncle could do the same), consolidated power with English help ie muskets and cannons, married and fucked and had kids with his sister and a whole host of things. Now they try to act like they were one giant hippie love fest commune vs dog fucking cannibals


  66. SFC Ton says:

    John Carter… Loved those books when I was a kid and wanted to monkey stomp the fuckers who ruined such a good story

    Course in todays PC environment not sure they could have done the movie justice


  67. SFC Ton says:

    Tarn should be our movie critic; didnt give anything away and yet seemed to be forthright about it down sides while still saying its worth the money

    Won’t see the movie, I rarely do but got to give props where do

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  68. SFC Ton says:

    Odd that anybody believe that multiculturalism work it could

    The tribe that came up with multiculturalism knows it won’t work, which is why they preach it for others but do not practice it themselves


  69. SFC Ton says:

    My response to Cill’s link: this is what need, that and the rivers of blood as Powell mentions. There is no peaceful restitution/ resolution with traitors and thats what we are dealing with at a macro and micro level


    Sadly though I disagree with Cill, the future belongs to those who show up and we are literally going to lose for lack of man power


  70. Spawny Get says:

    “Loved those books when I was a kid”
    I can see that as a kid I would have loved them too. I didn’t find the writing very good when I discovered them after the film came out. I happily sat and watched the film. Given the opportunity to see it 3D (but I’m too tight to buy the 3D Blu-Ray) I’d watch it again.


  71. Spawny Get says:

    “The tribe that came up with multiculturalism knows it won’t work, which is why they preach it for others but do not practice it themselves”

    Don’t really like this subject on this blog (could we ramp it down and out), but I think that the self-hatred ‘gene’ or meme happens even more in that tribe than in whites. It’s not all such people that are doing such stuff sanely and deliberately. A good number of them have no eye to their own safety either.

    The tragedy of whites is to let such mental people (of any tribe or colour) into power. Look at Sweden for fuck’s sake. There was that native, ethnic turnip ministerette crying on camera that she was having to call for a reduction in the flood of the diverstity enhancers. To have such a mentally ‘interesting’ person on such a position of power is clearly insane. And people voted her in…’normal’ people. It’s fecking crazy. Logic and reason first, then allow some compassion where possible and desirable. And I’m saying this as someone who despairs of the UK politicians. The issue is here and in the US too.

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  72. Yoda says:

    While some parts actually were funny for an obvious/nondisruptive reason, others were kinda labored.

    Brought back Jar-Jar they did?


  73. Yoda says:

    Much love of Tom you do give.
    Perhaps Moe feeling unloved he is?


  74. Yoda says:

    Do they hate men because the Patriarchy is now gone?

    Probably only if they are tradcons.

    Not necessarily the case this would be.
    Deep down most women long for the Patriarchy they do.
    Just admit it they can not

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  75. SFC Ton says:

    That’s why I skirt the issue Spawny but… it is there, always present in the back ground of what we discus in the fact that this was not done/ started by accident or at random

    Also, your point of wishes will be respected but it does play into my disagreement with Cill that White women are not the most privileged,

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  76. Yoda says:

    Blab about rape people should

    A new report from the Women’s Media Center bemoans the fact that more articles about campus sexual assault.

    For further evidence that outrage feminists believe gender trumps all else, a new report from the Women’s Media Center bemoans the fact that more articles about campus sexual assault in major newspapers were written by men than by women.

    Forget the content of those articles — women should write about rape, and men should write about whatever the modern feminists tell them they can write about.


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  77. Yoda says:

    Embarrassed the Ivy League is,

    Members of the Yale University community on Thursday responded with a mix of embarrassment, sadness and literal disbelief to a viral video showing students there freely signing a petition that calls for the repeal of the First Amendment.

    “It numbs the mind that dozens of Yale students could sign a petition to revoke the First Amendment,” freshman Grant Richardson wrote FoxNews.com in an email. “Besides the fact that the First Amendment lists the most fundamentally important rights we hold as Americans, it is rather embarrassing to think Yalies could not see the irony that they were petitioning away – their right to petition.”

    Richardson, responding to a video by filmmaker and satirist Ami Horowitz that first aired on FoxNews.com Wednesday, said he hopes the actions of those shown in the video don’t reflect on him or many other students.

    “It is mortifying to think that family, friends and future employers could equate such behaviors to Yale, and by extension, to me,” he said. “I can only hope that my fellow students were answering in jest.”

    A member of the Yale Law School faculty also responded to the video, and wasn’t happy with what he saw.

    “It’s a sad commentary on the present state of public opinion,” said Professor Bruce Ackerman. . . .

    But Ackerman said he also felt the First Amendment debate wasn’t as important as more pressing issues.

    “It does not remotely pose the same danger as the support of all Republican candidates, with the exception of Rand Paul, for President Obama’s unilateral war against ISIS in plain violation of the Constitution,” Ackerman said.

    That part of the professor’s response didn’t sit well with Horowitz.

    “This is exactly part of the problem. Why would Yale students, or university students anywhere in this country, feel a fidelity to our fundamental beliefs, when their professors try to shoehorn in anti-American sentiment at every opportunity?” he told FoxNews.com.


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  78. Yoda says:

    Propaganda machines the Ivy League schools are.

    advised students to lecture their non-Ivy-League relatives on liberal values in a bizarre set of holiday placemats to take home over Christmas.

    The laminated cards raise some likely hot topics that lesser-educated family members may raise at the dinner table, then offers a suggested response.

    Covering such complex issues as police brutality, racial divisions, and the Syrian war, one of the sections tells students to say: ‘Racial justice includes welcoming Syrian refugees.’


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  79. Yoda says:

    Hot sex this was not,

    Kenya Alozie, 31, was sentenced to nine years in prison for burning the man’s privates — and then striking him with a broken bottle in London’s district of Plumstead, the Coventry Telegraph reported.

    The man underwent several surgeries after suffering burns and deep cuts.

    At the time of the assault on May 15, Alozie’s college student visa was about to expire and she was planning to return to Nigeria. She was caught May 24 at Heathrow Airport.

    “Alozie committed a calculated and pre-planned attack,” Detective Constable Duncan Clark said. “She ensured she had a broken bottle to hand and a hot iron to strike the victim and seriously harm him. The sentence imposed clearly reflects the seriousness of this extremely violent attack.”


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  80. Yoda says:

    Life a social construct it is

    Everyone’s favorite fake-black white person, Rachel Dolezal, is now trying to explain herself by saying that she does not believe race is real. “Other people are operating on an autopilot that race is coded in your DNA, that there are different races of human beings and those races are called black, white, etc. As opposed to race is a fiction that was invented,” she told the Guardian. “What I believe about race is that race is not real,” she continued. “It’s not a biological reality. It’s a hierarchical system that was created to leverage power and privilege between different groups of people.” Now, correct me if I’m wrong, but declaring that “race is not real” seems like a pretty weird thing to say if you built your entire career and life around it. We’re talking about a former NAACP leader and African studies lecturer. We’re talking about someone whose life was so controlled by her obsession with race that she once said she’d be too scared to go to a Tea Party rally because of the “all-white crowds.” “If somebody asked me how I identify, I identify as black,” she told the Guardian. “Nothing about whiteness describes who I am.” That sure as hell sounds like someone that cares about race to me. I mean, how could she possibly explain believing that race doesn’t matter and being too scared to attend a rally because people of a certain race would be there? Was she saying that it’s all about how you identify; she was afraid of the Tea Partiers because they identified as white and not because they physically appeared that way?



  81. Yoda says:

    Why women hate they do?
    Supposed to be about “love” they are

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  82. Yoda says:

    Women’s lib leads insecure women.
    Insecure women lead to the feminine imperative.
    The feminine imperative leads to hate.
    Hate leads to the fall of civilization

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  83. Spawny Get says:

    I was watching SW V last night. VI tonight. It’s been a very long while as I was put off by I-III. Not looking forward to the ewoks though. They were the start of the binks-pocalypse

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  84. Spawny Get says:

    Can’t help thinking that Ton might be interested

    something to take the Ton Spawn on in a few years 😉

    Keen holiday makers will be able to see history in the making, getting just half a mile from the fighting in Syria with a Russian tour company offering ‘Assad Tours’.

    The bargain holidays will take tourists to some of the most dangerous live battlefields in the world for just $1,500 (£1,000) per person for five days. Organised by Russian tour agency Megapolis, the package includes flights, meals, hotels, and the use of a local guide.

    Those taking the battlefield tours will be flown to Damascus, the capital of the rump Syrian government of Bashar Al-Assad, the British trained medical doctor. Megapolis have named the tours in honour of the beleaguered Syrian leader — although Mr. Assad has faced resistance from many Western leaders, he has remained a staunch ally of Russia.

    The tours will commence next year, and the company is presently in the process of finding appropriate accommodation in country, and settling specifics with the Syrian embassy. Speaking to the Daily Mail, travel agent owner and tour organiser Anatoly Aronov said while customers would be taken to the front line, they would not be given guns — no doubt to the disappointment of some.

    It was only when I got to the bold bit (my bolding) that I knew Ton wasn’t actively involved in the company.

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  85. SFC Ton says:

    You can only “love” as men understand the term, from a position of strength.

    Women 99.9% of the time lack the strength to love, show mercy, compassion, capacity for honesty etc

    All other virtues ( which at the root of it is about masculine behaviors on the Roman battle field) are based on strength and are absent when strength is absent

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  86. Yoda says:

    Hate men they do

    Analysis of over 150,000 NPR stories has shown a clear bias against men at the network, with stories about women’s issues covered far more frequently than men’s.

    Blogger Chris Mumford wrote a computer program that analysed hundreds of thousands of NPR’s story “tags” – the metadata associated with articles that tells you which category of news the story is covering. The results, which covered stories from 2010 to 2015, were shocking.

    found that there were only 45 tags related to men and men’s issues, compared to 115 for women and women’s issues. Furthermore, unlike the female tags, several of the male tags had negative connotations, including “black male privilege,” “yes men,” and the oddly specific “creepy men on motorcycles” tag.


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  87. Spawny Get says:

    “Women 99.9% of the time lack the strength to love, show mercy, compassion, capacity for honesty etc”

    I think that I’d say that these actions are possible for women, BUT…are not required of women at anytime

    So a virtuous man (NAMALT) is required to display those virtues at all times. Iff they do, then they might be called a good man. That’s it. At best they might be called a good man (which might include an unspoken soupcon of sucker)

    Women are expected to just make it up as they go along, and any occasion where they demonstrate any of the virtues, even momentarily, they will be praised as if they were the Madonna herself. All occasions where they act badly will be ignored if at all possible, or forgiven with enthusiasm if not possible.

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  88. Yoda says:

    Almost as if a war on virtues there is.
    But not a war on vanity there would be.

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  89. Yoda says:

    ** Do they hate men because men have failed the society wide “shit test”?

    Perhaps sums it up best it does

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  90. Spawny Get says:

    Ashley, the video linked by Fuzzy (above) is rather relevant

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  91. Cill says:

    Fuzzy “what would be the best way for men to react?”
    (carrying on from me at 4:25 am) :

    Another thing I am in the process of doing is minimizing my funding of the Feminist Establishment. This involves re-organisation of my financial affairs to reduce my assessable income to near zero. I have thought of writing a post on the subject. First, though, there would need to be a post on complete self-sufficiency, which can’t be achieved unless you live on a farm or close to the sea (or both). Since by far the most people live in the cities, neither post would be of much use to them.

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  92. Yoda says:

    Perhaps feminism frustrated women it does make.
    Then lash out at the nearest “not them” they do.

    The “not them” can be part off a designated victim not.

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  93. SFC Ton says:

    The Russians use to do pirate hunting tours through africa….

    but yea just sounds like take your kid to work day

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  94. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    Thanks for linking that. I did want to watch it again. From a male perspective, this is mind bending stuff.

    As for women hating and not loving, it may be useful to watch the video that Spawny linked a few comments up. I think that this was always there in women but, until feminism, it stayed under the surface because women either lived with their parents or their husbands. Since the advent of smartphones, it’s gone into overdrive.

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  95. A post on complete self suffiency would really interest me, actually! I am not sure I have enough property really to achieve that but I am still curious how it would work. So if you feel inspired… What does a self sufficient life look like?

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  96. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Ihave to agree on the general notion of not feeding the beast. However, this is going to be a big mess when ruin the economy and society, in that order. In any event, they will want to blame men for the catastrophe.

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  97. My grandparents were practically self sufficient on their 160 acre farm. All they bought was sugar, coffee, peanut butter — the few things they couldn’t grow or raise themselves.

    The former farm where I live now (only 5 acres left) they were also self sufficient, didnt have electricity until the 60’s and no running water to the house until 1980! There was a bathroom in the barn w a shower, toilet, and sink so they washed up there! Water for the kitchen was hand pumped from the well!

    I find the whole lost knowledge thing fascinating… Trying to relearn as much as I can.

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  98. People dread out about the grid going down, and yes it would be bad, but it’s comforting somehow to remind myself people did just fine wo electricity before and could again if they had to…

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  99. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I couldn’t do it where I am. It’s full on suburbia here.

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  100. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    It’s very quiet here. Is everyone at the theater watching the new Star Wars?

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  101. Tarnished says:

    I just got here, Fuzz bear. Work is over and I’m playing Carcassonne and Smallworld with my fellow geeks. 🙂

    I am looking forward to seeing Cill’s self-sufficiency post, even though I’m like Fuzzie and live in the ‘burbs. The most I have is a small vegetable garden…

    …they will be praised as if they were the Madonna herself.

    Or openly mocked, in my case. 😠😟

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  102. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Good to hear from you , Tarn!

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  103. Tarnished says:

    To clarify, some of my coworkers enjoy making fun of me (laughing at, not with) when I help people. For example, last year at NYC Toyfair, I bought a sandwich and drink for a older homeless guy. My 2 coworkers who were with me gave me shit for the rest of the day about “wasting” $8. I told them that even if he *was* a very good scam artist…so what? He got a free lunch. Big whoop. I preferred to air on the side of helping someone who looked like they needed it.

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  104. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Kudos for you choosing to give him food. Giving him money may not have fed him.

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  105. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I know that I will be hated for linking a Paul Elam video, after his “PIGtow” video, but, he really tears into this CARE NORWAY public service announcement.

    I hope tht this is another example of peak feminism. I am not sure the world can take much more.

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  106. Tarnished says:

    Glad to be here, Fuzzie.

    It’s been a good day. I sold a bunch of statues on my job’s ebay store today, which got us an unexpected windfall of about $800 making the weekend start out stronger. My boss bought me breakfast as a thank you for coming in on my day off to help cover, and a customer paid me back the 10 spot I lent him last week for lunch. Plus, my cockatiel was very well behaved at the vet this evening for her bimonthly beak repair.

    Getting to enjoy good Chinese food and hanging out with friends til all hours is a nice ending to the day. Being single and free to do as I wish helps too! 😉

    How’s life treatin’ you?

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  107. Tarnished says:

    Giving him money may not have fed him.

    I never give money, Fuzzie.
    If someone asks, or I see them needing it, I will gladly put food in someone’s belly or buy them a plastic parka/umbrella if the weather sucks. But handing out money to strangers is a hard no-go.

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  108. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    It’s just us. Everyojne else must be sleeping.

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  109. Tarnished says:

    Seems like it.

    So, had an interesting conversation with my guy today. If you recall, he has a decent size N…certainly not the “50-100 bangs” range scfton speaks of, but over 10 and most of them gained from senior year through college.

    We were talking about the difference between then and now, and he came out and said his N would likely be 1/4 of what it is if the current social sexual norms had been in place. We discussed things like the threat of false rape reports, levels of intoxication, the double standard of “drunk men who have sex are rapists, drunk women who have sex are victims”, and the concept of consent forms.

    He said he’d most definitely be one of those guys who would require a triplicate signature on such a form. He also got frustrated over the fact that these new rules make it seem like sex is something a man does to a woman instead of with, which is how we both define it.

    I hope I’m not cruel in saying that I’m grateful that my love never had to deal with the shit that’s becoming commonplace now.

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  110. Tarnished says:

    I feel badly for those that are on the front lines of this mess…

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  111. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    You are not cruel for saying it. It’s those stinkers that are for imposing it.
    Come to think of it, I haven’t heard that much reliable info about how thing are on campus in this matter. It would not surprise me if only a few mwn on campus are sexually active.

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  112. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I am glad that someone kind is out of it. Hope that makes you feel better.

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  113. Tarnished says:

    It does, though it’s a sad type of relief, if that makes sense.

    It would not surprise me if only a few men on campus are sexually active.

    I think I read some recent numbers somewhere…Let me see if my Google Fu can locate it again.

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  114. Tarnished says:

    This isn’t the original site I saw it in, but Walsh has the studies listed here:


    I haven’t read through her entire post, so I’m unsure if I agree with what she says. But, at least those are the studies I was attempting to find/reference.

    Now, it’s 2:30am, so I’m to sleep. 🙂

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  115. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Good ningt, Tarm. It’s time for me too.


  116. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I went and looked but, didn’t read it fully. It’s long. There was the usual underreporting from women and overreporting from men but, it sems tha one third aren’t doing anyhting and the top five percent are having the most fun. That doesn’t sound to me like rape culture.


  117. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Roosh responds to the Reggie Yates BBC hit piece

    I think that hit pieces are all that Reggie Yates can do. He has two on Russia.


  118. Spawny Get says:

    Fuzzie, that fucking video by Paul Elam is
    1) him back to form, which is excellent
    2) a response to a fucking outrage (the CARE Norway piece of shit). Every white guy, and we can see that all issues in that video are caused only by white guys, should just leave the fucking country.

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  119. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    I was worried about linking something done by him. That PIGtow video was insulting and unforgivable. However, the material he covered and the way he handled it was outstanding.

    As for all the guys expatting from feminist countries, where would they go? Years ago, patrickhenryist had the idea of purchasing an African country outright. It is sad that it is no longer 1840 and we could all go to Texas. This is something that should be considered. It may give the fembots apoplexy. :_P

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  120. Spawny Get says:

    Glad to see Roosh claiming that he got a third of the airtime on that documentary. And why might that be, Roosh? Could it be that they didn’t have much material for the hit piece until you offered your arse for raping? And they did you balls deep, did they not?

    But hey! No one could have seen the tone of that documentary coming, could they? Except that the bbc is widely known for its various biases. Maybe you could have asked around? Just saying.

    And while you made coin out of it, your material was mixed into MRA and MGTOW, harming them in the eyes of the moron masses.

    The company of people that you claim to be on par with…who the fuck are you kidding?

    And FTR, if a guy wants to go be a PUA? Not my path, but I think that you have the right to choose to be pecker-lead until the hormones wind down and let the big brain gain control.

    A few months ago, I was under the impression that this was the point Roosh himself had reached. Perhaps his speech moved on to his new old trad-con philosophy given a spiffy coat of purple pill paint? But we don’t know, do we? Because you went with being covered by al-ja-beeba, the font of leftoid ‘objectivity’. Twat

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  121. Spawny Get says:

    “I was worried about linking something done by him.”
    Link where you want, mate
    “That PIGtow video was insulting and unforgivable.”
    Yeah, it was. But I get more charitable when I see him actually fighting the good fight.

    Good night

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  122. Yoda says:

    When driven by money and/or fame odd things people do

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  123. Yoda says:

    University students on important things they do focus.
    Wonder if Lena Dunham behind it I do,

    Gastronomically correct students at Oberlin College — alma mater of Lena Dunham — are filling the school newspaper with complaints and demanding meetings with campus dining officials and even the college president.

    General Tso’s chicken was made with steamed chicken instead of fried — which is not authentically Chinese, and simply “weird,” one student bellyached in the Oberlin Review.

    Others were up in arms over banh mi Vietnamese sandwiches served with coleslaw instead of pickled vegetables, and on ciabatta bread, rather than the traditional French baguette.

    “It was ridiculous,” gripes Diep Nguyen, a freshman who is a Vietnam native.

    Worse, the sushi rice was undercooked in a way that was, according to one student, “disrespectful” of her culture. Tomoyo Joshi, a junior from Japan, was highly offended by this flagrant violation of her rice. “I f people not from that heritage take food, modify it and serve it as ‘authentic,’ it is appropriative,” she said.

    Oberlin’s black student union joined in the fray this month by staging a protest outside Afrikan Heritage House, an on-campus dorm.

    The cafeteria there wasn’t serving enough vegan and vegetarian options and had failed to make fried chicken a permanent feature on the Sunday night menu, the school newspaper reported.


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  124. Spawny Get says:

    Honey Badger Attacks!!!

    Rantzerker 26: British Bullshit Collective
    You pay taxes for this shit, brits? Join Karen and Alison as they tear apart BBC’s ridiculous documentary on the manosphere.

    just started listening…you can skip the first 6 minutes of pre-ramble

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  125. Liz says:

    99.9 percent of women dislike women too.

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  126. Liz says:

    In a rush today, we have a party this afternoon.

    Just wanted to share that Mike bought himself a .308 Battle Rifle.
    Our sons are noting their appreciation and hailing it this morning. 😛

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  127. Tarnished says:

    Spawny, there’s a reason Roosh rhymes with douche.

    I…ugh. Wow. Please tell me that is satire. Please? I’ll send you my favorite pair of lightsaber chopsticks if you do.

    Random randomness:
    I ordered some UK candies, and brought them into work to share. They’re a bag of Oatfield Emerald chocolate caramels. Here’s the responses by my coworkers to trying such culinary delights…

    “Oh, god! Who the fuck puts coconut oil in caramel?”

    “Crap, I feel sorry for British kids.”

    *after reading the bag*
    “What. WHAT. Why does it say these are BOILED? Who the hell boils candy?!”

    “It is clear to me now why we became a separate country.”

    “Is THIS why they have bad teeth over there?”

    Thought I’d just share that with you, Spawny.
    Don’t worry. I like them. But then again, I’ll eat anything so long as it’s not meat, so… 😉

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  128. Tarnished says:

    I like you, Liz. 🙂

    Liked by 2 people

  129. Spawny Get says:

    Tamerlane (who has been here a couple of times commenting) has an interesting titbit related to this…it’s amusing


  130. Spawny Get says:

    For the Chrimbo season, might one recommend Humbugs?
    (Nothing to do with Scrooge’s ‘bah, humbug’, in actual fact)

    some humbugs, some day

    Humbugs are a traditional hard boiled sweet available in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. They are usually flavoured with peppermint[1] and striped in two different colours (often black and white). Humbugs are typically cylinders with rounded ends wrapped in a twist of cellophane,[citation needed] or else pinched cylinders with a 90-degree turn between one end and the other (shaped like a pyramid with rounded edges), loose in a bag.[1] Records of humbugs exist from as early as the 1820s and they are referred to in the 1863 book Sylvia’s Lovers as being a food from the North.[2]

    so…you guys are the freaks, not the rest of the Anglosphere. Though I suspect it’s just that you lot call the process something else.

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  131. Liz says:

    I just watched that “Dear Daddy” video (well, the first half of it, I couldn’t stomach the rest).
    Wow, what a hate screed. 12,000+ “thumbs up”? Who the fuck would give that a thumbs up? Good grief.
    Need to find my holiday spirit now. Maybe I’ll watch it’s a wonderful life.

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  132. Liz says:

    A Christmas Story!

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  133. Liz says:

    Forgto to add: I like you too, Tarn. 😉


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  134. Tarnished says:

    That’s kinda what I thought, Spawny. Humbugs sound interesting! Too bad I don’t enjoy peppermint.

    Forgot to add: I like you too, Tarn.

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  135. Spawny Get says:

    Bwa ha ha at the PFU

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  136. SFC Ton says:

    Girl on girl action…. Yay!

    I don’t think a person needs to be 100% self sufficient to weather bad times nor do I think it is possible for most. However the more you reduce your reliance on outside sources the better off you are

    The family with a years worth of meals is in good shape; the family with the same number of meals plus the ablity to grow/ produce/ harvest 5 meals a month is in better shape extending their full belly time by 20 days; the family with the same number of meals and the same ability to produce their own cow with the ablity to buy 3 meals a month is better off still extending their full belly time for over 30 days.

    Here in NC, if you eat mostly veggies you can pretty much feed a family of 4 on an acre if you do it right, 5 and you can be golden. Not my 5 because I am mostly wooded and the soil isn’t suited for a lot of things but it can be done

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  137. Spawny Get says:

    You might like Everton mints then

    Another popular mint in the UK, also striped black and white, but with a toffee centre. The name derives from Everton Football Club, as it was first produced by a local woman in the 19th century for fans on their way to the matches.[citation needed] It was later sold to Liverpool company Barker & Dobson,[4] and is now distributed nationally under the Bassett’s brand.[5]

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  138. Spawny Get says:

    I take my carbs in alcofrolic form in the main, but these sweets* are pretty good.

    *all part of the Spawny’s Vocabulary Expansion Project. We don’t do the turbly, turbly common ‘candy’ over here, apart from candyfloss (cotton candy to you, I reckon)

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  139. SFC Ton says:

    I wonder if anyone thinking about going to africa as a solution has actually, you know, gone to africa

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  140. Spawny Get says:

    Murray mints are also fine

    Murray mints, Murray mints, the too good to hurry mints

    These are SOOOO good! My husband and I vacationed in Barbados seven years ago and all of the restaurants gave these out as after dinner mints. They are a hard candy and it’s difficult to describe the flavor… they’re sort of like butter mints. They’re indescribably delicious. Unfortunately, my kids found where I was hiding them and ate them all. They are wonderful but I wish they were a teensy bit less expensive so I could buy them more often.


  141. Spawny Get says:

    Spawny’s Achers just fail to reach two. But good soil, I believe.

    “Girl on girl action…. Yay!”
    Not just you that had that drift past considering to occur to them. Bad man men, bad

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  142. Spawny Get says:

    Parcels to the States cost around $20 for 2kg (4 1/2lbs ish)

    If biting the heads off of babies is your thing, and you are in the manosphere, are you not?
    £2 a lb

    Same for liquorice allsorts

    Toblerone 400g for £3 so 8/10 of a lb for $4.50

    Add in a service charge of £3 million and you’re set (we can dicker on this)

    454g to the lb
    assuming $1.50 to the pound (???)

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  143. Spawny Get says:

    Though it might just be easier to order from Amazon.co.uk (and your US account should work) and request delivery to the States.

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  144. Tarnished says:

    I like the holiday season, but it’s annoying listening to the same dozen songs on the radio for a whole month.
    Here’s my 2 favorite Christmas songs…which are never on.

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  145. Tarnished says:

    Add in a service charge of £3 million and you’re set (we can dicker on this)

    Lol. What a steal!
    Or…or…one could just order all these things from FoodIreland.com, which is located in Westchester, NY and usually has sales/free shipping for parcels over $75. Just sayin’. 😉

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  146. Spawny Get says:

    $75 thass a lot of Everton toffees, or should be

    the only seasonal music that I really like (in moderation)


  147. Spawny Get says:

    Seeing as it was 14C (59F ish) last night not far from here last night…seems a little odd

    Here you go

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  148. Spawny Get says:

    Remember Steeleye Span?

    I kind of remember this one from childhood, still has me whistling along…recommended (if you like jazzed up traditional English stuff)


  149. Cill says:

    This Christmas I’m going to stand at the cliff edge and sing along with this guy

    O Holy Night with Bjorling:

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  150. Spawny Get says:

    My favourite Tull, from my Uni days, the full album

    Aside from ‘Broadsword’ and ‘Beastie’ which are male tracks, I like to indulge a little in ‘Pussy Willow’ and ‘The Clasp’

    Broadsword (man standing waiting to die defending his kin from the approaching viking raider ships)

    Beastie (internal struggles of men)

    ‘Pussy Willow’ (woman waiting for a white knight and her banal existence)

    ‘The Clasp’ (male friendship)

    Just five years later, a completely different sound

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  151. Liz says:

    We’ve been playing the Vikings Theme song a lot at our house lately.

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  152. Spawny Get says:

    “I have come here to chew bubblegum and kick ass…and I’m all out of bubblegum.”

    They live!


  153. blurkel says:

    New Post Up


  154. Yoda says:

    99.9 percent of women dislike women too.

    Kind of sucks to be a woman it does.
    Perhaps do something to improve the situation they should


  155. It seems Roosh k pas controversy spikes interest, I am sure his blog traffic is up. Too bad he has to sink to shock value to achieve that. He could have done a lot better. He knows better.

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  156. Farm Boy says:

    Fortunately there is relief for Oberlin students.
    Merry Christmas.


  157. Spawny Get says:

    Merry Christmas 😉 Watch and enjoy


  158. Spawny Get says:

    “Published on 4 Aug 2015
    This is an old debate which Valenti wants removed from the Internet, for some reason. Original date Nov 2014. Thank you to Oyphrltd Oyphrltd, who tracked it down and sent me the link.”
    McElroy vs Valenti, FULL DEBATE – How Should Colleges Handle Sexual Assault?


  159. SFC Ton says:

    Anyone have any decent TV suggestions? Something I can watch on mytvmuse or project freetv?

    Other wise I am just getting drunk with two dogs in my lap which seems….. a little ungentlemanly


  160. SFC Ton says:

    Love Christmas songs, the Old School ones

    all my trips through the Europe and never did care for their candy but I did fall in love with the hot chocolate in Germany.

    Otherwise most Northern European chow seems to be based on a dare as in “I dare you to eat this shit”…. or maybe its based on loosing bare bets? Either way, the best I could say for it was bland


  161. Spawny Get says:

    Just watching the end of Fargo series 2. Kirsten Dumpster (she got fat) Dunst plays a silly cow called Cupid Stunt who gets many, many people killed through her stupidity and delusions.

    Dailymotion has been kind.


  162. Spawny Get says:

    Re tv
    Just watching the end of Fargo series 2. Kirsten Dumpster (she got fat) Dunst plays a silly cow called Cupid Stunt who gets many, many people killed through her stupidity and delusions.

    Dailymotion has been kind.


  163. Spawny Get says:

    Cupid Stunt portrays the perfect whiny fucking dopey bitch who still claims to be a victim despite bringing the house down on herself and many others.

    No spoilers though


  164. Yoda says:

    Dunst plays a silly cow called Cupid Stunt who gets many, many people killed through her stupidity

    Sounds like a modernized morality tale it does

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  165. Yoda says:

    a silly cow

    Gratuitous cow image here it is

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  166. Spawny Get says:

    Just checking. Is ‘Cupid Stunt’ too subtle?


  167. Yoda says:

    Another gratuitous cow picture here it is,

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  168. Yoda says:

    Hilarity did ensue,

    The study asked 40 men and 40 women, all university-aged, to put together an IKEA kitchen cart by themselves. Some people got copies of the assembly manual. Others only had a drawing of the final cart.

    With the instruction manual, men and women assembled the cart in about the same amount of time on average, and at roughly the same level of quality. Both genders took around 23 minutes to put the cart together, and on average they only made a few small mistakes, like forgetting some screws, for instance.

    For those without the step-by-step diagrams, though, the difference between genders was dramatic. Men took around 24 minutes on average, but women took over 28 minutes, a difference of over 20 percent. Had the researchers not cut people off after 30 minutes, the gender disparity might have been even wider. Women were also far more likely to have major problems with their kitchen carts, like missing a shelf or a railing.


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  169. Yoda says:

    Just checking. Is ‘Cupid Stunt’ too subtle?

    About as subtle as Jar-Jar funny he would be.


  170. BuenaVista says:

    If women could achieve a fraction of they want without the contribution of men (reflecting their personal priorities du jour, shifting desires, inherent contradictions and projected failures — pedal fast, brothers, and try to keep up with her), I’m sure they might be more beneficent.

    But anyone who looks at the western system of male exploitation, and its instantiation at the highest level of government (i.e., at the highest level of State coercion and violence) *cannot* say that women and their apologists don’t view men with contempt. Their ascendency just describes the reduction of men to fucktoys and bank accounts. There’s simply no arguing with the current socio-political order.

    This contempt exists even in the usual “But I’m not like that, honey, I’d never do such nasty things to you. And none of my friends would, either.” Well, men, if that nostrum, endlessly repeated if a man makes the mistake of raising the issue, doesn’t express contempt for your intelligence and integrity as a fellow human, nothing does.

    So all women don’t hate men, until it’s convenient to do so, for reasons known and unknown. If you’re the sort of guy who thinks luck is a strategy, better worship luck.

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  171. SFC Ton says:

    I haven’t watched Frogo but that made me think of Son’s of Anarchy.
    #1 hated that show, utter chick flick but it was popular in the ready room so I am pretty familiar with it
    #2 it all went bad for SoA because bitches weren’t kept in check and one bitch in particular wouldn’t own her shit and pay the price for fucking up.


  172. Cill says:

    “Do they hate men because the Patriarchy is now gone?”

    Clever question.


  173. Spawny Get says:

    I found SOA to be a pretty dire soap opera by the time I stopped watching it. I crawled to the Irish stuff but then gave up. I should have stopped a few series earlier, I think.


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