Life’s a Bitch


I’ve been down battling pneumonia for a few weeks. I’m improving, but there hasn’t been enough energy to post. I’ll be catching up as I improve.

Entitlement is a huge problem in the women of Western industrialized societies. For instance, 64-year-old actress Kirstie Alley demands that men over 45 not be “freaking boring” and not “have the life already sucked out of you.”

Her 56-year-old sister-in-arms Madonna declared men her age to be “undateable” because “People who are older, and more set in their ways, are probably not as adventurous as someone younger“.

Want adventure and excitement, ladies? Try Syria. Women there have more of both than they know what to do with. Syrian men don’t seem to want them, especially if they’d been married before. And yet, the traditional AWALT feminine selectors emerge from the shadows of war to affect damaged social interactions:

Amal, 22, lives in Ubin Camp in rural Latakia. She was married to an Algerian fighter who died in February of [2015], only a few months after they married. Now on her own in the camp, she said she prefers to stay in the section set aside for widows…

“Syrian men are everywhere in the camp, but they don’t like the fact that I was married before. Also, most of them are unemployed. Foreign fighters do not pay attention to that. They are good men with good income and I need a man who loves me, protects me and provides for me,” she said.

Ah, the exotic allure of the wealthy foreign man! Isn’t that a common trope in romance novels? Let’s see how that plays out in real life Syria:

Malak, a 23-year-old from Idlib, fled her village two years ago [in 2013], moving to the outskirts of the Atma camp in the countryside where she married a Saudi man who fights for Jabhat al-Nusra. Their marriage, however, did not last long.

“I got pregnant almost as soon as I married him. We lived together for four months before he disappeared. Three months later, I was shocked when he finally called and told me that he had divorced me,” said Malak in recent phone call. “That was the only thing he said to me. Now I am devastated. My little boy, Khaled, does not know who his father is,” she said. “But what devastates me the most is that I’ve become stigmatized – men here in the camp think of me as a bad woman.

“They want to sleep with me, but now they would never consider me as a wife.”

So, is this the Islamic version of the cock carousel? Not in the Western sense, certainly. We’ve discussed on this site about how women use sex to attract a man, even though in the First World women can attain the means to provide for themselves if they so choose. What of women caught up in the whirlwinds of war?

When her husband was killed in battle in 2013, Abeer, a 38-year-old mother of four, left her village of Dourin in rural Latakia and settled in an informal camp next to the Syrian-Turkish border. Their financial situation was dire, and according to her she was left with no other option but to marry her 16-year-old daughter to a relative stranger. “I had no other choice. I know she was too young to be married, but I am still grateful that at least I could marry her to a Syrian man,” she said.

Abeer herself, however, does not mind marrying a foreign fighter. Her harsh circumstances have pushed her, she said, to accept anyone who will provide for her and her children.

Reality tends to intrude upon the fallacy sold via advertising and pop culture. So I now ask Western women, those who use their “bitch voice” when talking to their men, those who moan that even construction workers don’t see them anymore and those who revel in their invisibility to men: do you REALLY have it so bad?

You have many more options and opportunities to have a decent life, especially when compared to women living in a culture which tends to treat them as possessions and who are caught up in an ugly war with no realistic chances to escape either situation. So grow up and accept that you have it pretty good compared to many.

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50 comments on “Life’s a Bitch
  1. Yoda says:

    demands that men over 45 not be “freaking boring”

    Wonder what boring for them is?

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  2. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I did not know that about Kirstie Alley and Madonna. What a couple of stuck up swellheads. To add to that, they are smug about it.

    As for the women of Syria, it reminded me of what I heard about Wellington’s army in Spain. Each company could bring over five “wives” as camp followers. If their husbands died, they had to find a new one pretty fast.

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  3. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    “Freaking boring” may be code for men who have gotten on the wrong side of a woman’s wrath.
    What an unkind, selfish twit.
    I almost said bitch but, that defames female dogs.

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  4. Ashley says:

    “So grow up and accept that you have it pretty good compared to many.”

    This x100.

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  5. Farm Boy says:

    As for boring, from my perspective large swaths of women are just that. I understand and manipulate complex systems in my head for fun. It is what INTs do. For me, Kardasians are boring.

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  6. Farm Boy says:

    What a couple of stuck up swellheads.

    As for Kirstie Alley, that is not only thing that is swelled.

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  7. Farm Boy says:

    What an unkind, selfish twit.

    I wonder if you intended another word there…

    And no, it wasn’t “bitch” like you suggested

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  8. Farm Boy says:

    It looks like mum is the word

    More crimes occurred in Sweden in the wake of refugee flows last year. But how many crimes involving refugees have police classified.

    – There is more crime, there are new crimes and perpetrators. There are simply many more people, says Thomas Mellberg, commanding manage Alma, that the special event called the police.

    But how many have done is secret. In December, called VF to take part of all so-called event reports for the special criminal codes or related codes as they are called in the police, with the offenses that occur on the county’s refugee accommodation as well as cases where the Lodging victims of crime. But, unable to take part in these events or even find out how many there are. It is classified by the Police Authority. The lawyers refer to case reports belonging to the special event, called Alma, who started last autumn and that is about the refugee situation in the country.

    http://www.vf.se/nyheter/allman/brott-som-beror-flyktingar-hemligstamplas

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  9. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    I meant “twit”.For once, no typo.

    I have the feeling that the floodgates will open on offenses committed by immigrants. All that has been swept under the rug will be brought to light. The effect will be devastating.

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  10. Yoda says:

    Masculinity deficiency there is,

    After the incidents of sexual assault in Cologne, Germany on New Year’s Eve committed by Muslim refugees against German women, feminist apologetics have acquired renewed vigor in the European debate.
    Pundits and politicians assure the public that refugee males now storming the gates of Europe from the Middle East, Northern Africa and Central Asia will be required to learn that Western women are independent and sexually liberated. Such arguments, however, are obviously too weak to have any impact on the male cultures representative of certain refugee groups.

    To these individuals, strong European women are ‘easy’ and easy victims; they have respect only for strong men – and strong men aren’t exactly thick on the ground in Europe.

    The deficiency of masculinity in European culture renders it impotent in the face of the political and cultural chaos that has escalated along with growing immigration.

    https://www.rt.com/op-edge/329241-europes-tragedy-merkel-immigration/

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  11. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    It seems that, no matter what happens, it will always be explained as the fault of men. Acting in this manner does not inspire loyalty.

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  12. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy’s last post got far more than an honorable mention in Sunshine Thiry’s new post.
    http://thesunshinethiryblog.com/2016/01/17/the-kind-of-help-we-all-can-do-without/

    That’s impressive!

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  13. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    Your last comment has me angry. It’s not enough that between society, government, and all the women that men have been alienated and marginalized, we’re responsible gor every mistake that other’s make?
    To heck with this!

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  14. Spawny Get says:

    “Wonder what boring for them is?”

    The man having the self-control to not just sign up to whatever stupid shit that she just came up with?

    How boring is:
    “No dear, we can’t afford the Caribbean cruise”
    “Sweetie, the kitchen is only five years old, we don’t need a new one”
    “No pookie, the fact that your car needs a new tyre is not a sign that you need a new car because this one is ‘just so last year'”
    “Yes darling, I do have to work these hours because you won’t stop spending on shit we don’t need”

    Adults that won’t empty their pockets to the kids on demand? They are sooo boring

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  15. Spawny Get says:

    Farm Boy, I have scheduled a post for late in the week. Can you see if you think that its topicality warrants a re-shuffle and an earlier post? It is your call.

    My post is rather relevant to a few of the preceding comments.

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  16. Tarnished says:

    I’ve a feeling that most of us INTs would be considered “boring”. We’re introverted, typically bookworms, more prone to observing from the background rather than craving the limelight, don’t need to go to a new resort/vacation spot every summer or winter, and aren’t usually frivolous spenders. Even those of us who don’t make much (like me, lol) squirrel *something* away into our Savings every month, and it seems we are loath to use credit cards.

    According to the trends of mass media, we are very “boring”.

    Blurkel, I am glad to hear from you, and wish you a speedy and full recovery.

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  17. Tarnished says:

    demands that men over 45 not be “freaking boring”

    Are men under 45 allowed to be “boring”?
    Or is it assumed that they simply aren’t?

    I also agree with Ashley. There are many people that cannot recognize how good they have it compared to others. I may have to start saving months in advance just to go on my 1 vacation a year, but I still have a good enough job to be able to save. I am not able to eat at fancy/4-5 star restaurants, but I’ve never gone hungry. My car is 10 years old and not nearly as cool as the ones my siblings lease, but it still runs very well and it *belongs* to me. I don’t own a PS4, Xbox One, or Wii U…or even a computer/internet…but I like playing the consoles I do own, and my phone takes care of things such as posting/commenting here.

    Woe is me? 😛

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  18. Yoda says:

    Acting in this manner does not inspire loyalty.

    Throughout history loyalty a problem for women it has been.
    Patriarchy existed partly to enforce loyalty it did

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  19. Yoda says:

    Are men under 45 allowed to be “boring”?

    If sexy stubble they do have,
    answer yes it would be.

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  20. Yoda says:

    Third world hell-holes youngster experience a bit they should.
    A different perspective they would have

    Or live in a Degoba swamp for a while they should

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  21. Yoda says:

    Guilty or not, punish they will

    Advocates for due process knew this day was coming. We knew that one day colleges would notice that there was only one way for students accused of sexual assault would be able to defend themselves and that the colleges would make that defense itself a violation of policy.

    Of course the new policy is coming out of California, which led the way in inserting campus bureaucrats into the bedroom with its “affirmative consent” policies. These policies mandate how students must engage in sexual activity – not as a passionate act but as a contractual question-and-answer session. The only way to prove one followed such a policy is to videotape the encounter, but now, California colleges are making such recordings a violation of school policy.

    Due process advocates knew that one day a student would try to record an encounter to retain evidence that he obtained sober consent. We also knew that if an accuser claimed she was too drunk to consent to sex, someone would make the argument that she must have also been too drunk to consent to a recording. And that’s where the new policy comes in.

    In a Q&A with the University of California’s daily newspaper, the Daily Bruin, Title IX officer Kathleen Salvaty said students could be expelled for recording sexual encounters without consent.

    http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/california-colleges-to-make-proving-innocence-a-punishable-offense/article/2580663

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  22. Tarnished says:

    Pretty soon, college going men just won’t have sex or date anymore. Hell, some of them have even started to say as much…Yes, sex (with a partner who cares about your satisfaction as much as theirs) is great. But casual sex, where you have no feasible way to prove consent was continuously given, is just too fraught with potential for danger. It doesn’t make sense to risk it.

    If sexy stubble they do have,
    answer yes it would be.

    “Sexy stubble”? Bleh.
    No offense intended to any facial-haired guys here, but I much prefer clean shaven to any beards, stubble, or mustaches.
    This may put me in the minority though…

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  23. Tarnished says:

    Third world hell-holes youngster experience a bit they should.
    A different perspective they would have

    Or they could just, y’know, have empathy for those in worse situations. One can have empathy for others + a need to help them without ever being in the same circumstances. The desire to assist people other than yourself or your immediate kin is found in much of the higher animal kingdom, especially amongst social species like primates, canines, some cats, horses, dolphins, and birds.

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  24. Yoda says:

    Or they could just, y’know, have empathy for those in worse situations.

    For many, experience necessary it is.
    If only people learn from others mistakes they could

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  25. Tarnished says:

    But is it really that hard to?

    I’ve never felt the need to try any “recreational” drugs or get drunk, precisely because I already know people who’ve done it and either got very sick or just plain regretted it. Why would I do something myself that is going to have a negative impact, when others have done so and shared their bad experiences with me?

    That’s like watching someone get stabbed, then presenting one’s own stomach. Oh yeah, let me get some of that. Lol.

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  26. Tarnished says:

    That’s not to say the peer pressure to do so was never there…it absolutely was, especially as I attended an extremely liberal, hippie-esque college. Weed, Ecstasy, cigarettes and cheap booze (and probably some other things) would have been exceptionally easy for me to obtain.

    But why would I want to not be in control of myself? That’s stupid and irresponsible…

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  27. Spawny Get says:

    Yoda, can you get Farm Boy to look at the scheduling issue mentioned here ; https://spawnyspace.wordpress.com/2016/01/18/lifes-a-bitch/#comment-45853

    If you’re happy with the existing scheduling and don;t wish to bring forward the post, please just like this comment

    No drama if you don’t change the scheduling, I just want to know that you read the comment…

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  28. Yoda says:

    Spawny,

    Do this I will.
    Farm Boy Working in the woods today he is.
    But laptop he does have

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  29. Farm Boy says:

    Spawny,

    Your post is fine, but I think I will move it one day later. The Wednesday post is about a topic that I would like people to have an extra day to think about. I will write a weekender post to round out the week

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  30. Farm Boy says:

    I’ve never felt the need to try any “recreational” drugs or get drunk, precisely because I already know people who’ve done it and either got very sick or just plain regretted it

    Actually one does not necessarily need others to be bad examples in order to refrain. A good INT runs a simulation in his head such that the answer is mostly no

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  31. Farm Boy says:

    Reality tends to intrude upon the fallacy sold via advertising and pop culture.

    Chicks sure do like that pop culture, don’t they?
    I wonder why that is

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  32. Farm Boy says:

    I am not able to eat at fancy/4-5 star restaurants, but I’ve never gone hungry. My car is 10 years old and not nearly as cool as the ones my siblings lease

    Why spend money on things to impress people that you really don’t even like?

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  33. Farm Boy says:

    I bet that if Kirstie Alley really was Vulcan, she would be interesting.

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  34. Farm Boy says:

    A real war on women,

    Whoa. This doesn’t happen every day – or ever. An NBC host just blamed a late-term abortionist, on air, for causing the real “war on women.”

    On Wednesday, Today co-hosts Kathy Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb invited actor Dean Cain (Lois & Clark) on their show to talk about a new season of VH1’s Hit the Floor. But Cain didn’t stop there. Gifford was the first to draw attention to Cain’s role in the upcoming Gosnell movie. “What’s the movie you’re doing?” she asked Cain. “Gosnell,” the 49-year-old star responded. “I just finished the movie, coming out in 2016.” In the film, Cain plays the part of James Wood, the detective that investigated the case of Philadelphia abortionist Kermit Gosnell. Directed by Nick Searcy and produced by Hat Tip Films’ Phelim and Ann McAleer and Magdalena Segieda, Gosnell is a crime drama telling what the media refused to: the story of the convicted abortionist. “For some reason,” Gifford admitted, “I was talking about [Gosnell] this morning.” “The man who,” she explained to Kotb, “these women died in his abortion clinic down in Philadelphia.”

    Cain then bridged the conversation to Gosnell’s infamous late-term abortions. “One woman died,” Cain confirmed. “But he performed late term abortions on maybe even thousands of babies. But [he] was convicted for three after 24 weeks – six months. He did perform these late-term abortions.” “It’s a tough story,” he added. Gifford concluded, “Talk about a war on women.” Kotb agreed: “No kidding, yeah.”

    http://www.newsbusters.org/blogs/culture/katie-yoder/2016/01/18/nbcs-gifford-blames-abortionist-kermit-gosnell-real-war-women

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  35. Farm Boy says:

    Hillary,

    There may still be a reasonable debate on whether or not Hillary Clinton has a conscience, but Sunday night’s Democratic presidential debate proves that she does have a subconscious. That part of her mind put words into her mouth that her conscious mind would rather not admit.

    The critical six words: “No individual too big to jail.”

    http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2016/01/hillarys_subconscious_acts_up_in_dem_debate_provides_6_words_that_will_haunt_her.html

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  36. Yoda says:

    Yet the LGBT crowd and the U.S. media is pretty much silent. Weird, that.

    http://www.jammiewf.com/2016/muslim-teens-stone-transgender-women-in-germany-they-are-barbarians/

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  37. Tarnished says:

    But [he] was convicted for three after 24 weeks – six months.

    After 24 weeks?! Holy shit.
    I may be pro-choice, but damn it, a line has to be drawn somewhere unless the mother’s life is on the line. At the 21 week period, the brain is developed and attached to the nervous system/spinal cord. This means movement is voluntary, and pleasure as well as pain can be felt. I don’t believe in condemning/declining abortions prior to week 20…but when a being is truly alive, has EEG readings, and can feel like anyone else? Yeah. That’s murder unless something horribly catastrophic is going on. What a disgusting person, to cause such suffering.

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  38. Tarnished says:

    Why spend money on things to impress people that you really don’t even like?

    Oh, I don’t. Nor would I care to *impress* anyone. But I’d like to be able to *treat* my friends once in a while. Y’know…the guys I do care about/for. I’d like to give them “gold”, because they have proven through friendship to be worth it, but I can only afford “copper”.

    Actually one does not necessarily need others to be bad examples in order to refrain.

    This is also true, but wasn’t necessarily in line with the prior comment.

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  39. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda at 3:50pm,
    I heard about this befre and commented but, these jokers really mean it. BY making it win-win for the false accusers, they have made it lose-loee for the innocent. Thankfully, “yes means yes” only applies to students in Cali8fornia and not the general population, yet.
    However, the Crown Prosecution Service in the UK is trying to apply it to the general population through extralegal means.

    Yoda at 10:52pm,
    Kids throwing rocks is not “stoning”. Talk about exaggeration for sensationalism.

    I secnd Tarn’s comment on late term abortion. I hadn’t thought about until she put it into simple English.

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  40. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    It’s not that men over 45 are boring, it’s that, at 64, Kirstie Alley doesn’t find them all that attractive.

    With tis banning taping sex tor the purposes of legal defense, the boys will go bck to the drawing board. Whatever they come up with will not be liked by those in power.
    Too bad.

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  41. Spawny Get says:

    Did someone mention Dworkers?

    Quick!

    Oops, false alarm

    If you prefer

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  42. Yoda says:

    A new post there is

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  43. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    Men wearing miniskirts??? DAFUQ!!!!

    That’s not exactly a Templar uniform but, she has the right idea.

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  44. Cill says:

    COMPLAINT

    Miniskirts at 12:14 am

    I find those scrawny limbs offensive. The pastiness and absence of muscle tone are extremely threatening, suggesting white privilege. No only is the patent softness of the flesh intimidating in its homogeneity, it also objectifies women by aping them as Bruce Jenner has done. I agree with Germaine there. I demand that the President of the EU be suspended until such time as those threatening miniskirts have been taken down.

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  45. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Cill,
    This always helps me.

    Is RT, Russia Today, the only source for coverage of migrant protests?

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  46. Yoda says:

    Go to Russia to find the truth one must?
    How Europe fallen it has?

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  47. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    A joke from the bad old days of communinsm had it that there was no news in Pravda and no truth in Isvestia. Translated their names were truth and news, in that order.
    It kind of says how far we have have fallen. The Forth Estate has sold out.

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