Red Pill Classroom — Violence as a Turn-on

An Afro-American buddy of mine who grew up in the big city tells a story,

I was 18 and out walking with my cousin.  We passed on the far side of the street by a nightclub.  This was where the parking for the nightclub was.  The drunk bouncer yelled at us, accusing us of trying to steal a car.  From the nightclub emerged an off-duty cop, with his girl friend not far behind.  He pull his gun on us, and made us get down on the pavement while we were being searched.  We could tell that the cop’s girlfriend was getting excited.  The cop could also.  So he kept upping the ante, yelling orders louder and brandishing his gun more.  By the time he was done, his girl friend was practically draped all over him.  We really wished that the girl friend was not there.

It is commonly asserted in the manosphere that violence, or the threat of violence, is a real aphrodisiac for women.  And there seems to be much truth to it.  Perhaps women would deny this, but women seem to like to deny much of nature; especially if it is unflattering.

There is the common, “let’s you and him fight” challenge to the boyfriend.  It has been regularly asserted that women will often work very hard to maneuver the guys into these types of situations.  Probably these situations result from attempts at validation (“I’m so awesome that he fights for me”) as much as the tingles created by violence.

There are of course was the white feather movement in Britain.  Women would traipse around giving white feathers to men who they deemed shirkers for not volunteering for military service.  Probably much of the response of men to this was because of the sub text; that is, “I, or any woman around these parts, am not interested in a man not willing to do violence on behalf of the cause”.  Apparently it worked, as lots of men volunteered for the Somme (and more).

Sunshine Mary once remarked that she was impressed by her future husband’s scar.  Apparently it was received in relation to a minor role in a bar fight, but it impacted her all the same.

Perhaps commenters can chime in with their anecdotes.  But anyway that you look at it, the women folk do seem to be impressed by violence.  I wonder how much more violent the world is due to this spurring on effect (and the tingles and the resultant sex it generates).


Of course, NAWALT applies


Posted in FarmBoy, Feminism, Hypergamy, Lies, RedPillClassroom
180 comments on “Red Pill Classroom — Violence as a Turn-on
  1. Liz says:

    I try to steer my husband away from violent confrontations. I mentioned before the time one of my friends came up and complained about the way some guys had treated us. If I’d known she was going to do that I’d have stopped her…I sure didn’t want him to front them. But when he did (even though it didn’t come to fists), it did something for me.

    Even hearing about events without being present does something for me. He was in a bar fight in Utah (I think) several years back (the last time, probably the only time he has been in a fight like that since I’ve known him) and he told me about it afterwards.
    I asked him to repeat that story about a hundred times.
    “Tell me again!”
    Yes, I suppose I’m like that.

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  2. Liz says:

    But, I should add, I’m NOT like the policeman’s girlfriend described in the story.
    That is really fucked up. 😦

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  3. Farm Boy says:

    Yes Liz, it really is f’ed up. But it happens. Quite regularly too.

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  4. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    It’s not just violence but somrthing else because slaying dragons or getting decorated doesn’t seem to have any effect. What you described was a sheer vicious abuse of power.

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  5. Tarnished says:

    We could tell that the cop’s girlfriend was getting excited.  The cop could also.  So he kept upping the ante, yelling orders louder and brandishing his gun more.  By the time he was done, his girl friend was practically draped all over him.

    I don’t usually use genital slurs as insults, but there’s no stopping it this time. Sorry, but this woman was a cunt.

    My FwB has only ever gotten into a fight once. He did not start it, but he did defend himself and punch back. He has only told me the story once, because I really, really dislike hearing about him getting hurt, especially in a deliberate manner by some wretched, mouthbreathing fool. It doesn’t turn me on…it pisses me off.

    There is the common, “let’s you and him fight” challenge to the boyfriend.  It has been regularly asserted that women will often work very hard to maneuver the guys into these types of situations.

    The term you are looking for is “violence by proxy”.

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  6. BuenaVista says:

    Tarn, you’re right. Also, all women have one.

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  7. BuenaVista says:

    Anyway, women like survivors, and scars and random violent hijinks make them wet. This seems pretty obvious, by now. Not sure why this is open for debate. Perhaps because women are oppressive in their stated enthusiasm for sensitive guys who understand their role is to improve the socio-legal status of women. I dunno. I’ve had three skull fractures, six or seven concussions, 40 fractures total (excluding digits, who counts those), nine major surgeries, bled out on a street in east Asia, know what it’s like to go THUMP in an aircraft. I dunno, and my wine glass is empty. But women prefer survivors to cocoa-drinking pajama boys who change a tire with a cell phone. Someone else can divine why.

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  8. Farm Boy says:

    scars and random violent hijinks make them wet. This seems pretty obvious, by now. Not sure why this is open for debate.

    It is open because the world tells boys and men otherwise. It is best that they know the truth.

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  9. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    While we are on the subject of attraction, this is not completely off topic. H/T Sandman.

    If what society is telling men is a big fat lie and what women respond to is irrational, should men, who would prefer to retain their sanity, participate?

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  10. Tarnished says:

    Tarn, you’re right. Also, all women have one.

    Truth. But better to have one than to be one. Same with those who have dicks as opposed to those who are dicks.  😉

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  11. Tarnished says:

    I’ve had three skull fractures, six or seven concussions, 40 fractures total (excluding digits, who counts those), nine major surgeries, bled out on a street in east Asia, know what it’s like to go THUMP in an aircraft.

    My heart is hurting to hear about all this physical (and corresponding emotional) turmoil you’ve been through. 😦
    I hope there is no pain at the moment?
    *offers virtual hug and/or wine refill*🍷


  12. Tarnished says:

    If what society is telling men is a big fat lie and what women respond to is irrational, should men, who would prefer to retain their sanity, participate?

    MGTOW for the win. 🏁

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  13. Cill says:

    I have never started a fight but I have finished more than a few. Women do get turned on by violence, and they do deliberately start fights between men.

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  14. Yoda says:

    Tarn, you’re right. Also, all women have one.

    Probably not breasts they are

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  15. BuenaVista says:

    Whatev. You miss the point. The point is that it turns women on, saying, “No, I can’t sleep on my right side, you’re going over there.”

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  16. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    They have been known to travel in pairs.

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  17. Tarnished says:

    The point is that it turns women on, saying, “No, I can’t sleep on my right side, you’re going over there.”

    Since you’re the one sleeping with them, you’d know better than I.
    This behavior is still a headscratcher to me, though. I’ve no experience with it, but then, I’ve no experience with dating women anyway. Not entirely sure I want to, given the behaviors we discuss here.


  18. Tarnished says:

    Probably not breasts they are.

    Nope. Vulvas are definitely not breasts.


  19. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Even after all that charty goodness from that video, if eighty percent of the women will only be satisfied by the top twenty percent of men, what will the bottom eighty percent of men do?
    I guess, at first, they will get mad.

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  20. Tarnished says:

    …if eighty percent of the women will only be satisfied by the top twenty percent of men…

    I am not disputing this ratio, but will admit to not fully understanding it. We’re talking about looks. Physical attraction. Isn’t this a somewhat personal preference? Like how I think Robert Carlyle is significantly more attractive than Brad Pitt or Aidan Turner?
    Other than common attraction signals such as facial symmetry, healthy hair, and clear skin how does one accurately measure the “top 20 percent”?


  21. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    It works that way in the aggregate if not individually. Here is the famous OkCupid article.

    What men see is when they send out an initaial message, they rarely get a response.
    That is internet dating.

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  22. Yoda says:

    I am not disputing this ratio, but will admit to not fully understanding it.

    Hypergamy it would be
    Powerful it is

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  23. Easttexasfatboy says:

    Just a comment from my side of the fence……Women like that can get you killed. Around here, fist fights aren’t as common as they used to be. Lots of weapons, lots of hormones. Here’s another cheery fact….most folks are buyin’ that hopped up self defense ammo.

    I realize that young men aren’t going to listen……but think about this…….is that hot little honey worth all that? Everyone is on edge around here due to the illegals. I don’t think the illegals really understand just how dangerous it is here. Folks are really polite nowadays.

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  24. Tarnished says:

    Thanks for the link, Fuzzie.

    It works that way in the aggregate if not individually.

    So the whole “one individual viewpoint is an opinion, 100 individuals viewpoints are a statistic”, huh? 


  25. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    There is more to it than hypergamy. Hypergamy would imply that women are reaching out of their league. What I see happening is that women have inflated their estimate of their value.
    That should require another word.

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  26. Tarnished says:

    Hypergamy it would be
    Powerful it is

    Fuzzie’s experiences also make it sound like there’s just a bunch of princesses sitting around on dating sites using it for validation instead of potential mate selection.

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  27. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I wish I knew what it was but, I am left to guess as the goirls aren’t talking. Presuming all parties are equally motivatied, internet dating should be the greatest thing since sliced bread.
    That it doesn’t work merits study but, the fembots in academia wouldn’t want us to know the truth of it.


  28. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    “Polks are really polite nowadays.”
    I heard this about the 20s and 30s when it was more likely that people would carry concealed weapons. They didn’t apply for permits back then. They just carried.

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  29. BuenaVista says:

    I would say that internet dating is one of the more durable innovations of the past 15 years. It’s here, and it’s not going away.


  30. M says:

    The one time I witnessed violence I was filled with a rash of emotions.
    Relief because here was someone to save us.
    Anxiety because here was our man about to be attacked by 2 very muscular African American gangstas.
    Curiosity because I had heard tales of the prowess of the man who had come to fight for us.
    Deep deep respect – awe – for his courage.

    They both attacked at once and I was sick with worry and shock, huge blows exchanged with the speed of a shiver. Then came disbelief and stunned amazement that he beat them so quickly. I was so proud of him! I was bursting with wonder and exaltation and… a deep deep need to be intimately close to him. I did stay close to him the rest of the night!

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  31. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Buena Vista,
    I am so glad that Avid Life Media did not go public. In as much as they owned Ashley Madison, that would have been a disaster.
    I would not reccommend investing in these businesses. They aren’t transparent.


  32. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    You’re all right. Molly says so and I believe her.

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  33. Sumo says:

    I have never started a fight but I have finished more than a few. Women do get turned on by violence, and they do deliberately start fights between men.

    I suppose, by the strictest definition, I have started a number of fights. If one attempts to arrest someone who decides that they don’t want to be arrested, or if one intervenes in a potentially volatile situation, then BOOM – the fight is on.

    Back when I was a bouncer, I gained a bit of a reputation in my bar; basically, it got to the point that most of the regulars would start behaving themselves as soon as I appeared on the scene. I can only remember one incidence of a chick trying to manipulate her boyfriend into fighting me, but he was one of the aforementioned regulars, and he decided that telling her to shut the fuck up was a better decision.

    FWIW, I had girls practically stalking me back then, but I was too much of a blue pill chump to capitalize on it. Had my sights set on one girl who FZ’d me like you wouldn’t believe, and I didn’t want to “screw it up” by sleeping around with bar sluts.

    Yes, in retrospect, I am aware of how moronic that was.

    My LE career yielded similar results – my area of responsibility was working in a hospital, dealing mostly with violent mental health patients. One of the nurses told me once that they always felt “better” when they saw me coming to deal with the psychs who were trying to batter down the door to the locked room or what have you.

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  34. Easttexasfatboy says:

    Fuzzie……got hot news off the press! Can’t prove it, but I suspect that a lot of folks here ain’t too worried about legality. Of course, that means throwaways and such. But there really ain’t much happening. Burglary and armed robbery has gone way down. Dopers keep shooting each other, no doubt, but there just doesn’t seem to be as much nasty crimes. Years ago I was told that every third car had a weapon. I figure at least half are carrying nowadays.

    Speaking of Bonny and Clyde and such like……folks don’t realize how small they were. State of the art weapons though……Clyde used a sawed off BAR…..Browning Automatic Rifle in .30/06. Way powerful. Body armor wasnt.

    I have to say this… really have to look at a woman close. As I pointed out, there aren’t regular fist fights anymore.

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  35. In general I don’t like violence. Especially not gratuitous violence. However I could see if a man threw himsf in harms way for me or the Bloomettes, that I would be fawning upon him in appreciation. In a relatively politer society (at least where I live) there are few opportunities for such displays. Maybe women should appreciate that fact, that they don’t have to worry, be ause of the men who built and sustain that civilization? I personally am glad that violence is a rare event in my world!

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  36. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I can’t understand how Bonnie or Clyde could handle a cut down Browning Automatic Rifle. In that day, all the FBI agents had to be big to be able to handle a Thopson and that fired .45 ACP.

    One more thought beftore packing it in. If you bought tires, the company that made them would care that you were satisfied with them. This principle does not apply to online dating.


  37. Today I watched a movie about bootleg brothers, Lawless. Lots of violence there. It was actually a really good movie for those who have not seen it – on Netflix.

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  38. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Didn’t I save the Bloomettes when you wanted to see them protected by a dragon?
    Just kidding.
    But what you are saying is that you will get weak in the knees for someone who saves you,like a knight in shining armor. I don’t think that works in real life.

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  39. Spawny Get says:

    Stunningly off topic as this (unlike the train station you know of already) is entirely non-violent. It’s also as funny as fuck. Especially the final twist where the cops join in

    Look What Happens When Fed-Up Swedes Give An Affluent Swedish Community A Taste Of The Kind Of ‘Muslim Multiculturalism’ They Otherwise Would Never See

    By BI: Ordinary Swedes drive a van into an affluent neighborhood and blast the loud and offensive Muslim Call to Prayer at 6:00 AM, forcing the rich to be confronted with one of the horrors of mass Muslim migration that hard-working Swedish citizens have to endure.

    These are the wealthy Swedes who voted for politicians that support open-door Muslim migration that has dumped more than a million Muslim migrants into this small country – resulting in soaring sexual assaults, gang-rapes, crime, and violence, not to mention an unemployable welfare class – all on the backs of middle class people…out of sight and out of mind of the privileged class.

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  40. Spawny Get says:

    Also in non-violent news. Surprise late entry in the Cuckservative Cup
    Over 500,000 Signatures Back Greek Islanders for Nobel Peace Prize

    More than half a million people have put their names to an online petition calling for Greek islanders on the frontline of Europe’s migrant crisis to be awarded the 2016 Nobel Peace Prize.

    In a similar move, noted academics from prestigious universities around the world have reportedly drafted their own submission ahead of a February 1 deadline for Nobel nominations in a move which has won support from European MPs, artists, politicians and the Greek media.

    And several prominent Greek figures have also sent a letter to the Nobel Committee, nominating a Greek pensioner and a fisherman for the award, along with Oscar-winning actress Susan Sarandon, the Athens News Agency reported.

    The islands must be heaven on Earth.


  41. Spawny Get says:

    And the libs show they’ve lost the argument. The primary lefty rag in the UK can’t take public opinion anymore
    Comment Isn’t Free: Guardian to CLOSE Comments On Articles About ‘Race, Immigration and Islam

    “A new strategy is aiming to counter an unacceptable level of toxic commentary on our website”, an opinion piece began in yesterday’s Observer – the Sunday edition of the Guardian newspaper.

    The article, written by the Observer’s “reader’s editor” Stephen Pritchard, outlines how the paper – which recently announced a massive cost cutting exercise – is going to start censoring its readers on articles about race, immigration, and Islam.

    “We are living in an age of rage,” the piece begins, going on to explain that because “People are angry with government, with media, with religion, with migration, with Europe, [and] with big business”, the paper will no longer tolerate its readers expressing these views “below the line” on its website; ironically named “Comment is Free”.’

    The public isn’t raging, you’ve never seen it raging. But hey, why not just keep driving the bus toward the cliff edge while ignoring all the passengers trying to get you to listen.

    If you can’t hear the criticism, everybody’s agreeing with you, right?

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  42. Liz says:

    Per white feathers, I like the story of the soldier on leave who was presented a white feather on a tram and smacked the girl across the face with his pay book.

    Just thinking further, it’s interesting (at least to me) to consider that I don’t like violent sports of violent video games though. Probably has something to do with “survival” as BV mentioned above.

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  43. Liz says:

    Side note:
    Turns out the “Will Trade Racists for Rapists” sign that German girl was holding was a photoshop job
    (which makes sense…good one though!)


  44. Liz says:

    I noticed when I’ve worked in the OR I was often hungry for red meat after. I think it was the smell of blood…which didn’t register except subliminally.
    That’s kind of disturbing I guess, but it is a common thing.

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  45. Spawny Get says:

    (From the Lizard’s link)
    The one on the right

    Is it a three bagger or a ‘boy’ (in the loosest, purely biological terms). If it’s a boy; get a frigging hair cut NOW. Grow a beard, if you’re able. Eat meat. Pump iron, pump anything that gets the testosterone flowing. En nom de dieu

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  46. Spawny Get says:

    Anyone thinking that it‘s just too ugly to be female, you need to look at the rest of the piccies. That one would be the pick o’ the bunch, but…in a strong field.

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  47. Liz says:

    The guy on the right (if it’s a guy?) looks almost exactly like Pajama Boy with long hair and a skullcap, doesn’t he?
    I guess Santa didn’t bring him that testoterone patch for Christmas.

    In other news, I don’t know if I mentioned a month or so back there was a lockdown at the highschool here. An 11 year old girl saw a man carrying something she thought was a rifle when her mother dropped her brother off at the school. WOW did all hell break loose. It’s extremely surreal to get a text from your kid at school that says, “we’re in lockdown now”. Then the rumor mill hit and there were “two shooters” and the SWAT team came in with dogs and all that. Turned out fo be a black umbrella the gym teacher was carrying. They replaced it with a bright pink one.

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  48. Spawny Get says:

    still too ‘triggering’?

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  49. Spawny Get says:

    And…He’s baaaaack

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  50. Tarnished says:

    Turned out to be a black umbrella the gym teacher was carrying. They replaced it with a bright pink one.

    Lol! Was this gym teacher named Hagrid?

    An observation:
    Neither Spawny nor Liz would be able to live in my town without yelling “Get a haircut, you hippie!” every 10 minutes. I therefore invite them to said town, because damn if that wouldn’t be funny as hell to watch. 😉

    I noticed when I’ve worked in the OR I was often hungry for red meat after. I think it was the smell of blood…which didn’t register except subliminally.
    That’s kind of disturbing I guess, but it is a common thing.

    It’s probably ok, so long as you didn’t then go indulge in any longpig dishes. 😛
    I still love the smell of red meat.
    Used to eat my steaks and burgers rare and just a tad bloody…so delicious. 🍔

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  51. Spawny Get says:

    Shark jumping duties of JtO have been passed to…


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  52. Spawny Get says:

    Long hair can work for some men, I guess.

    But when you’re fugly as all sin as a guy, long hair just adds to the problematic fizzog effect.


  53. Spawny Get says:

    Pretty good

    the best I’ve seen in response to the bitchy kebab/taco fest from buzzfeed

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  54. Wow, that van thing was brilliant! I love how the guy answers the policeman’s questions, too 🙂 hopefully that idea catches on!

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  55. Spawny Get says:

    That was Euro style polite demonstrating, as recommended by ETFB (sort of).

    I loved the bit that went like
    Cop : “The loud music [prayer music at volme 11] is disturbing the peace”
    Smartarse : “That can happen with multiculturalism, sometimes it’s disturbing”
    Cop : “Who is responsible for this?”
    Smartarse : “Responsible for the multicultural society? That would be politicians!”
    Cop : “Indeed, but who is in charge of this activity?”
    Smartarse : “Anna Kinsberg Batra (politician)”

    You see? When people say that the British have a weird sense of humour, I agree. But in my experience, other cultures can join in the japery very effectively. Well done to these guys for making a political point strongly but in a way that cannot be just be called hate speech. Not a word of hate spoken.

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  56. Yoda says:

    Why so many Manosphere allied people jump the shark they do?

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  57. Sumo says:

    Re: our noble Patriarch’s comment at 1:08 pm – for as long as I have been aware of her existence, I have disliked/distrusted that woman. In my opinion, she’s just some ugly broad who figured out that by claiming to be an MRA, she can get some long-sought after attention from men.

    In other words, a closet feminist.

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  58. Spawny Get says:

    Most esteemed commenter Sumo, previously one has found her to be very good. However, as with JtO, I think that she’s not understanding the (in)actions of the euro-LSM and is therefore vaulting the toothy large cartilaginous fish. This video of her is a mess and is based on inaccuracies. She sounds perilously close to spouting SJW type ‘think’ at times.

    because the plebs aren’t toeing the line on immigration

    the dangers of speaking out, or holding unwelcome bad-think

    an insider speaks out

    the non-stop disingenous statement of useful opinions as likely fact

    and the difficult truth in Sweden

    If you’re looking to keep track generally

    Once again, I applaud those van demonstrators. But if people see that that is ignored too…? I don’t know what the next step is, but it’ll be worse. WTF the politicians are failing to get a grip, I can only speculate.

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  59. Spawny Get says:

    “Why so many Manosphere allied people jump the shark they do?”
    I guess that I listen mostly to American sources, so maybe this is not generally true, but I think it’s the level of deceit over this issue here in Europe. Maybe they see pics of lovely little kids and defenceless women struggling ashore…all the MSMS tends to show. But fail to notice that the actual people are young males with disturbingly antiquated ideas about many, many things.

    The US seems to have taboo subjects as well. It’s not just a euro-thing, or even an Anglosphere thing.

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  60. Yoda says:

    Meant “Jump the Shark” in general I did.
    Like AVFM, etc

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  61. Liz says:

    Probably because people in the sphere tend to be independent thinkers (though there are exceptions).
    This makes them less inherently cohesive (as a group) than more collective-based ideologies.

    For example, I liked a lot of Judgybitch’s stuff, but I did tire of the way she presented some issues. Some things she is just dead wrong on, and it made it difficult to read over time. Plus now I’d have to sign on to a social media site to post, so fuck that.

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  62. Yoda says:

    But when you’re fugly as all sin as a guy, long hair just adds to the problematic fizzog effect.

    Hold this thought for two more weeks you should.
    Then take it out on appropriate post you should.
    When you see the post, know it you will

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  63. Tarnished says:

    Probably because people in the sphere tend to be independent thinkers (though there are exceptions).
    This makes them less inherently cohesive (as a group) than more collective-based ideologies.

    Yup. One of the MGTOW forums did had a crap-ton of their members do the personality type test like what we’ve done. If I recall correctly, something like 85% of them were INTJ, with the rest being ENTJ or INFJ.
    Which is weird when you consider how few of those types there are in the grand scheme of things. Literally, those 3 types are the smallest percentile of the overall population. I think it really does just go to show the sheer amount of non-conformists the ‘sphere has. It also helps to explain the number of NAWALTs who comment vs what we see in the general public.

    It’s like how we very rarely see certain types of people on a daily, weekly, or even yearly basis (say, dwarves/”little people”), but then there’s a convention just for them and suddenly you see how many are actually out there.

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  64. Liz says:

    “Which is weird when you consider how few of those types there are in the grand scheme of things. Literally, those 3 types are the smallest percentile of the overall population. I think it really does just go to show the sheer amount of non-conformists the ‘sphere has. It also helps to explain the number of NAWALTs who comment vs what we see in the general public.”

    It is interesting. Honestly, I recognize a lot of myself in statements made about women (except for the slutting around stuff…that I truly don’t get).
    I don’t consider myself to be a NAWALT (well, except…I say except a lot don’t I? I guess I might be more self-aware).

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  65. Yoda says:

    INTs learn to be nonconformists early.
    Though often on the outside not so visible it is

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  66. Yoda says:

    The feminist fog strong it is.
    INTs best at cutting through it they are

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  67. Spawny Get says:

    INTJ here. Never been much worried about what other people think unless I think that it might be down to them knowing something that I don’t…is my internal map of reality wrong? *shudder*

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  68. Liz says:

    INTJ me.

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  69. Agreed, I have noticed there is a really high prevalence of INTJ folks in the sphere. I am INFP, one of the oddballs! 🙂 But we are fairly rare overall, as well.

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  70. And like Liz, I also often notice things said about AWALT often apply to myself, as well. Even if I don’t like it or wish it wasn’t so. I especially see that when I read Rollo, I’ll read something I don’t even get about myself, and he explains it, and I am like, “Yep, ’tis true!”

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  71. Another thing I have always liked about Rollo is that he can say AWALT but at the same time resist the urge to label it “evil” or “wrong.” It’s simply different, it’s the way the female mind works. We can’t help it any more than men can help being like or thinking like men! And actually, it’s helped me understand myself much better. It’s helped me learn to step back from my knee-jerk reaction and think more logically, “I am feeling this because blah blah blah but that doesn’t mean I need to act on those feelings or thoughts.”

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  72. @ Spawny yes, the way the protester uses the cop’s questions as a springboard to say the obvious rather than to say the expected answer is just brilliant! Is that a common English technique? It’s very clever. 🙂

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  73. Tarnished says:

    INTJ as well.

    Liked by 1 person

  74. Spawny Get says:

    BTW I thought that the Swedish cops were absolutely great in:
    a) keeping everything low emotion, low drama
    b) not laughing. I think that the side kick towards the end is possibly squinting due to the sun, Shirley he isn’t on the edge of smiling, is he?

    Maybe I’ve been lucky, but all my interactions with police have been amicable.

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  75. Spawny Get says:

    Strap in everyone
    The script is ready… The show is about to begin… Cameron has his lines ready. Lights! Camera! Ahh…

    So the referendum timetable could go something like this:
    •2 February: Draft offer tabled
    •18/19 February: EU council confirms renegotiation offer
    •Ministers pretty much immediately declare whether they will be campaigning to Leave or Remain
    •June referendum?

    Here we go…

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  76. Yoda says:


    The children’s book “Hillary Rodham Clinton: Some Girls Are Born to Lead” by Michelle Markel and illustrated by LeUyen Pham, is dedicated to implanting the proper Hillary attitudes in the minds of the next generation. Aimed at ages 4 to 8, is meant to instill in girls a thrilling sense of gender pride, even if the book (like Hillary’s campaign) has a difficult time identifying anything she has actually accomplished, other than giving speeches and being in the proximity of famous men.


  77. Yoda says:

    Resolved this issue is,

    There is ‘no link’ between the migrant crisis and the wave of sex attacks in Cologne during New Year celebrations, EU officials believe.

    The European Commission wants to remove ‘false associations’ between the increasing number of some criminal acts and the arrival of migrants, documents show.

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  78. Yoda says:

    Say nothing you should,

    In rare instances, Dutch police are knocking on social media users’ doors and asking them to be careful writing posts about refugees that could lead to real-life violence and, ultimately, to charges of online incitement. One example is Mark Jongeneel, a small business owner in the small city of Sliedrecht who tweeted his reaction to asylum plans in his city:

    Sliedrecht has a proposal to receive 250 refugees in the coming 2 years. What a bad plan! #letusresist”

    Hours later, his mother (with whom he lives) contacted him to say local police had visited her house and were now on their way to his office

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  79. Spawny Get says:

    There’s rather a curious clamping down going on recently.

    Not only did the lefty rag The Grauniad [sic] declare that they’re giving up on allowing comments on ‘tricky’ subjects…

    But also Guido ( which was born as a gloriously vicious anti-politician political site had told the people that make his comments sections a thing to behold…to FOAD. Or sod off to Breitbart, literally

    Guido sold out to Murdoch some years ago, yes the same guy that owns the MeAgain Kelly Fox we support open borders and give lefties a free ride compared to gotcha-ing repubs Murdoch.

    Most curious.

    Order-order has 50 words of ‘story’ followed by a huge comment thread full of irreverent humour…no comment section means he might as well make the whole thing twitter based. On the face of it it’s suicide.

    Best case, he’d like to add adverts and most respectable companies don’t want to be associated with the comments. Other than that? He’s been nobbled by the boss.


  80. Spawny Get says:

    I mentioned the Dutch story last week in comments.


  81. Spawny Get says:

    “Hillary Rodham Clinton: Some Girls Are Born to Lead”
    and some were meant to be in prison

    the ways of reality and the legal system are mysterious

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  82. Spawny Get says:

    For Diana Davison, I’ll leave it here

    Don’t you think that if the problems weren’t real, the mayor would deny them?

    At least grandfather’s got some balls.

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  83. Does anyone else find it highly ironic that the same people who in the past would have said women/girls should be able to dress and act how they want without fear of harassment or rape (don’t victim blame!!!) are now saying for their own safety they should cover up, avoid certain areas, etc? Coming soon — burkas!?!?!

    The grandpa had some excellent points! Good for him.

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  84. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I don’t know why but, evey time I try to accesss your site for the last few hours, Microsofy gives me a big warning about your security certificate.
    I have no idea what this is all about.


  85. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Diana Davisson is a bit of a troublemaker but, she is not as bad as Paul Elam makes her out to be.

    Liked by 1 person

  86. @ fuzzie thanks for letting me know, I have no idea why… Anyone else know what might be the cause? It’s hosted w word press…

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  87. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I have no idea what that is about but, the page that comes up is very intimidating.
    BTW, you are now on Hawaiian Li8bertarian’s aggregator. You have a new post.

    Liked by 2 people

  88. Tarnished says:

    I have no idea what that is about but, the page that comes up is very intimidating.

    Can you tell me exactly what it says?


  89. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    It takes up the whole page. There is a red shield witha a white x and a heading that says “There ia a problem with this website’s security certificate.”

    Liked by 1 person

  90. Tarnished says:

    Fuzzie and Bloom,
    Are you seeing http or https in the url? I think Fuzzie is probably just having computer troubles again, or is using IE instead of, y’know, a more frequently updated browser. 😛


  91. Tarnished says:

    I wouldn’t worry about this issue as. If it keeps up more than 24 hours, or a bunch of other people complain about security warnings, then I’d contact WordPress support. But otherwise:

    You may receive warnings as you navigate around your admin with HTTPS enabled.

    When you connect to your Dashboard over an HTTPS connection, we use an SSL certificate to encrypt your connection. SSL certificates need to be signed to a specific domain, and we can’t provide certificates for every mapped domain, so our certificate is signed for

    When you connect to your Dashboard via your own domain but your security software sees a certificate signed to it’s alerting you that may be intercepting your connection, which of course is perfectly fine. You may also see this warning if you attempt to reach your blog (not your Dashboard) using “https” instead of “http” in your blog URL.

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  92. Who is Hawaiian Li8.. and is that a good thing? My traffic spiked yesterday for some reason…


  93. Farm Boy says:

    A Feminist speaks,

    Feminism is something that has spread through my generation like a wildfire. It’s a noble cause at its core, however, I can’t help but feel that this third wave of feminism has gone too far. The general idea being projected is that if you care about human rights, you have to be a feminist, and if you’re not a feminist, you’re wrong. It’s become almost dangerous to voice disagreement with feminism, and I was definitely hesitant to post this. But that’s exactly why we need to talk about it. I am not a feminist, and here’s why.

    Because I think that despite men having a more privileged role historically, men’s rights and issues are something we can’t ignore.

    Because I don’t want to identify with a cause that has built its foundation on the idea that as a woman, I am a victim.

    Because I don’t think I can affect real, lasting change while holding on to a victim complex and internalizing the idea that in this day and age, I am inherently disadvantaged everywhere I go and in everything I do.

    Because I don’t think trivial things like “cat-calling” and “slut-shaming” should be considered legitimate social issues.

    Because I think that young boys being abducted and forced to fight as child soldiers in Africa are equally as important as young girls being forced into arranged marriages in the Middle East.

    Because I’m pro-life.

    Because men and women are, in fact, very different, and “equal” doesn’t mean “identical.”

    Because I know the textbook definition of the word feminism, but rarely do I see it being lived out.

    Because it is wrong for me to claim that I am among the disadvantaged party in an advanced, affluent, first-world nation and to push for more privilege for myself.

    Because I won’t be told that I’m being mistreated and oppressed, when I’m not.

    Because this is the 21st century. Equality exists in this country, and women have taken advantage of it. I am grateful for the rights that historical feminism has granted me, but it’s run its course.

    Because I won’t perpetuate gender inequality by pretending it’s still as big of an issue as it was a hundred years ago.

    Because I shouldn’t have to constantly justify my decision to not identify as a feminist, and be insulted and looked down upon as a result.

    Because we can’t afford to divide the fight for social justice and equality on a basis of gender.

    Because injustice is something that reaches much, much further than male and female.

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  94. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Hawaiian Libertarian, whose handle is Keoni Galt, is a pillar of this corner of the internet..

    Liked by 1 person

  95. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    With all these video responses to 36 Questions to Ask Men, it occurs to me that feminists hate Donald Trump passionately. Should this be a Slinton/Trump showdown, gender will be the primary issue.
    I don’t think that the fembots can carry Hillary.


  96. Tarnished says:

    Don’t you mean a non-Feminist, FB? 😕


  97. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I think that we will see a lot of women who think turn away from feminism.
    She may be best labeled as a “used to be”.

    Got any tuna fish sandwiches for a hungry bear?

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  98. Tarnished says:

    Got any tuna fish sandwiches for a hungry bear?

    Alright. That’s it then.
    I no longer believe Fuzzie is a cinnamon roll. I just can’t. Not after that question.
    It’s impossible.

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  99. How about tuna sushi? 🍣🍣🍣

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  100. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I have Vista with Internet Explorer 9. When I tried to reach your site using google Chrome, I got right through.
    However, Google warned me that there would be no more updates for Chrome because they won’t support XP or Vista any more. AAAAARRRRRRRGGGGGG!!!!

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  101. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I am so confused!

    Liked by 1 person

  102. Tarnished says:

    She may be best labeled as a “used to be”.

    Actions are more important than words, Fuzzie. Labels are words…let’s see what happens in the real world before celebrating about all the non-Fems.

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  103. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    If it looks like food, I want it!


  104. Tarnished says:

    I am so confused!

    Are you, Fuzzie?
    Like, honestly truly?
    Am I really gonna have to break out a link to Urban Dictionary? 
    Poseidon, I blame you for this.


  105. Tarnished says:

    I have Vista with Internet Explorer 9.

    Damn it, bear!
    Stop using IE! You’d be better off using frickin smoke signals. Listen…Mozilla and Chrome are your friends. Do not forsake them. Get rid of Vista, like you should’ve done 2 years ago. Embrace Windows 10. I promise you, it’s not as scary as some people have made it out to be. Cortana is nice. She’ll help you.


  106. Tarnished says:

    For crying out loud…I’m halfway expecting our bear to say his laptop runs on Windows 95 next. I swear to god, if you start talking about how Gopherspace is better than the WWW, Fuzzie, I’m not buying you that steak.


  107. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    It’s like all the software giants are at war and I am the battlefield.
    They make me so angry.

    Liked by 1 person

  108. Tarnished says:

    It is midnight.
    I’ve turned into a pumpkin. I leave the rest of the bound-to-be-stimulating conversation to my wonderful peers.

    Night, all.

    And Fuzzie…I was joking about not buying you a steak lunch/dinner. But please, for the love of all that is good, stop using Internet Explorer. Therein lies the path to insanity.

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  109. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    When I first got started back in 2007, the US Navy was running Windows 95. They had a very long do not access list and at the top was Yahoo.
    This was well before free anti-virus software.


  110. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    It looks like Roosh is tirring up trouble again. This time in Australia. There are supposed to be several meet ups i locations all over Feb 6.!

    He has a talent for baiting feminists.


  111. ballista74 says:

    Meant “Jump the Shark” in general I did. Like AVFM, etc

    As said before, much rationalization of feminism there is in all ways.
    Blue Pill most of them still are.

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  112. Liz says:

    OT side note:

    Mike just got back from taking a checkride with the airlines and they said he was “like superman” during the emergencies. (Of course, just like the fight story I asked him to tell me that one again and again too)
    At any rate, the reason I bring this up is he said the book:

    On Combat by Grossman helped him a lot (breathing exercises and so forth). I’d recommend that to anyone involved in flying, or some stressful occupation, or if you have a license to carry or anything. There were a lot of interesting case studies about what stress does and how to combat it (pun intended). I think it could have social applications, too, for people who have problems with social anxiety.

    One of the more interesting points (relayed from Mike, but I plan on reading this book also) was the topic of audio exclusion. They’ve been aware of this for some time. For example, when pilots notice the guy isn’t responding on the radio it can be a sign. When people become highly overstressed, especially in life or death type situations, they often lose their hearing. Not ‘ringing in the ears’ but the body actually shuts down and the person can’t hear. This has happened to people in combat who might not even hear their own guns fire (and think the gun isn’t working). Interesting stuff.

    It’s important, in a stressful situation to stop talking and really try to consciously listen to what is happening. Mike says in the pilot debriefing rooms when they listen to tapes you can tell when the guy is beginning to get overstressed because he starts talking too much and stops listening to what is going on. This would seem to have a lot of real world applications.

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  113. poseidon740 says:

    If it looks like food, I want it!”

    I love to eat, but I have my limitations. For example a meal of Tube Steak I reckon to be just too non-kosher for my taste.

    Fuzzie, you are a good sport. I like you. I hardly know any of your circumstances, but I friendly offer the suggestion to consider obtaining a young bride from the Orient. A lifelong supply of Egg Fu Young just might be the ticket for you pal.

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  114. Spawny Get says:

    The EU ‘negotiation’ results….the reactions (stop laughing at the back)

    EU Deal Draft ‘Even Bigger Embarrassment Than Expected’

    Tory MP Jacob Rees-Mogg says Downing Street trying to make “bricks out of straw” over the deal.

    Steve Baker has told Parliament the deal “looks funny and smells funny”. If you poke it, it is “soft on the inside”.

    He finishes the analogy by telling the Europe Minister that selling the deal is like “polishing poo”.

    I am being bookended on the green benches by 2 europhiles. I will try not to vomit as they ask supportive questions. #EURenegotiation

    — Michael Fabricant (@Mike_Fabricant) February 2, 2016

    In parliament, Bill Cash calls the deal “pint sized”. Europe Minister David Liddington responds it will be “legally binding”. “No it won’t!” Cash shouts back.

    Corbyn laying into Cameron for giving speech in Chippenham rather than to Commons and for allowing briefing to media

    — Rowena Mason (@rowenamason) February 2, 2016

    Draft EU renegotiation document shows real progress in all four areas where UK needs change but there’s more work to do.

    — David Cameron (@David_Cameron) February 2, 2016

    Another Conservative MP criticises the deal. James Cleverly, MP for Braintree, tells the Telegraph:

    “EU leaders are really only negotiating at all because David Cameron secured our referendum and so any movement is welcome.

    “But I doubt anyone would claim that what Donald Tusk has put forward represents a fundamental change in our relationship with the EU.”

    The former Defence Secretary is quoted by PA as saying:

    The very limited set of demands from our government have been watered down by the EU in every area. The British people want to take back control and end the supremacy of EU law over our economy, our borders and our parliament.

    “None of these changes even come close to the fundamental changes promised to the public. We are being asked to risk staying in the EU based on the back of empty promises from the EU that are not even backed up in Treaty. The only safe option is to Vote Leave.

    So @eucopresident is explicit UK will NOT get a veto on decisions by euro members to integrate further, & cannot delay anything urgent

    — Robert Peston (@Peston) February 2, 2016

    Speaking to the FSB conference in London, Chancellor George Osborne says the deal is “real progress” but there is “more work to be done” ahead of the referendum.

    I’m a definite Inner but even I think this renegotiation pretty much sums up the EU’s maddening inability to connect with its citizens.

    — Gaby Hinsliff (@gabyhinsliff) February 2, 2016

    Tory MP to me “It’s like PM went to Supermarket to shop for a big meal & came back with a packet of biscuits, batteries and some marigolds”

    — Giles Dilnot (@reporterboy) February 2, 2016

    Wonder how cabinet ministers who favour EU exit feel that he is out making case, while they are gagged for at least another fortnight?

    — Laura Kuenssberg (@bbclaurak) February 2, 2016

    We knew the renegotiation was a fudge, but even we are surprised by this… #LeaveEU

    — LEAVE.EU (@LeaveEUOfficial) February 2, 2016

    Guido reports that London Mayor Boris Johnson told LBC this morning:

    “I think what would be better would be if we had a brake of our own, that we were willing to use. And that we were more willing to say, look, Britain is an independent sovereign country and we don’t agree with this particular piece of legislation or regulation and we want to stop it, and that’s what we should be able to do…

    “… I think there is much, much more however that needs to be done.”

    Conservative MP Bill Cash has told the Telegraph: “I expected it to be as bad as it is. This is a minimal package not the fundamental change in the relationship between the UK and the European Union which he proposed last year. There is no treaty change on offer. There is no guarantee that this will be legally binding and irreversible before the referendum.”

    Graduated increase in benefits and higher minimum wage means very few EU migrants likely to be deterred.

    — George Eaton (@georgeeaton) February 2, 2016

    David Cameron’s Bloomberg speech promised far-reaching EU reform. Today we see fiddling at the edges. No fundamental change.

    — Nigel Farage (@Nigel_Farage) February 2, 2016

    Will achievement of the day be getting a deal down in black and white ?! On first look these seem nips and tucks not major surgery

    — Laura Kuenssberg (@bbclaurak) February 2, 2016

    Downing Street says the Prime Minister will travel to Poland and Denmark this week for talks on the deal.

    Conservative MP Steve Baker has told Sky News that “not one element of this proposal stands up to any serious scrutiny.” Says nine out of 10 of Cameron’s original proposals are not in the deal.

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  115. Spawny Get says:

    BBC just reported that Trump was a big loser in Iowa, because he came second (no reporting of gap size). HOWEVER, Rubio had a great result coming in third…WTF?

    No mention of likely New Hampshire result.

    sucking fcum

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  116. Spawny Get says:

    Also said that Spineless Dave was ‘Cockahoop’ at great deal.

    I contend that they heard EU chiefs saying that Dave was a cuck and a dupe


  117. Sumo says:

    On Combat by Grossman helped him a lot (breathing exercises and so forth). I’d recommend that to anyone involved in flying, or some stressful occupation, or if you have a license to carry or anything. There were a lot of interesting case studies about what stress does and how to combat it (pun intended). I think it could have social applications, too, for people who have problems with social anxiety.

    I used the information in that book back when I was teaching folks how to be better at police brutality law enforcement control tactics.. ‘Tis good stuff.

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  118. Spawny Get says:

    Milo opines, could he cause controversy?
    Milo ; “Curvy Barbie,” a more accurate title would be “Frumpy Thunderthigh-Sporting Ham-Planet Barbie.”

    I needed the laugh, I’ve been watch lame stream tv news. bollox

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  119. Spawny Get says:

    I’m now listening why it’s sexist that women’s retirement age has been raised to match men’s. A feminist cuntbag news reader is whining that the twenty odd years notice of this is insufficient and wimminz are suicidal that this has been sprung on them. Another lying cunt woman is claiming nobody told the women…

    State Pension age
    The current State Pension age is:

    65 for men born before 6 December 1953
    between 60 and 65 for women born after 5 April 1950 and before 6 December 1953
    Changes to State Pension age
    State Pension age will increase to:

    66 between November 2018 and October 2020
    67 between 2026 and 2028
    68 between 2044 and 2046

    Channel 4 exceeds the beeb’s standards, but in the bad way


  120. Spawny Get says:

    Roosh hits the headlines. His t-shirt probably didn’t help in the UK meedja

    MPs Call For Anti Feminist ‘Violent Speech’ To Be Made Illegal As Controversial Pick Up Artist Plans UK Visit

    A controversial pick up artist has announced a visit to Scotland, prompting a national newspaper to demand a “new law that will criminalise hate speech against women” and an MP to table a motion in Westminster “condemning” the events and calling for “violent speech” to be illegal.

    Daryush Valizadeh, commonly know a Roosh V, is a self-styled “neo-masculinist” who argues that modern feminism is making men “weak”. He runs a website called The Return of Kings, which is currently planning worldwide “tribal meetings” – nine of which will be in the UK, including one in Edinburgh and another in Glasgow.

    Yesterday, Edinburgh MP Tommy Sheppard announced on Twitter that he would be tabling an Early Day Motion (EDM) condemning “the organisation of sexist and hate-mongering meetings across the United Kingdom by so-called pick-up artist Roosh V”, and arguing “Not enough is done to educate men who may become predators”.

    North of the border, three member of the Scottish Parliament tabled a similar motion in Holyrood, also claiming that the planned events were “clear acts of incitement that must not be tolerated by the law”.

    The MPs and MSPs are likely to have been influenced by an online petition which quickly gathered almost 45,000 signatures, calling for Mr. Valizadeh to be banned from Scotland.

    “Roosh V, a militant pro-rape pick-up artist is holding gatherings for his followers in Glasgow and Edinburgh”, it reads, arguing “this makes our cities unsafe for at least half the population. Promoting rape is hate speech, and should be treated as such.”

    There are currently similar protests erupting Australia, with calls to ban Mr. Valizadeh from the country. Last year he was forced to travel in secret to Canada after a series of threats were made, and footage later surfaced showing him being attacked by a feminist in a bar when there.

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  121. Yoda says:

    One wonders where the violence in the speech would be

    Liked by 3 people

  122. Yoda says:

    Important issue this is,

    Yup, that’s the sound of cynical women everywhere breathing a long sigh of relief.

    A woman’s intelligence is considered far more attractive to a man than her breast size, according to University of Cambridge professor David Bainbridge, who researches evolutionary biology.

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  123. Spawny Get says:

    Was Prof playing ‘Shag, marry or run away’?
    I feel that this is a far more complex issue than boobies or branez

    Liked by 1 person

  124. Yoda says:

    BBC just reported that Trump was a big loser in Iowa, because he came second (no reporting of gap size). HOWEVER, Rubio had a great result coming in third…WTF?

    Based on “expectations” it is.
    If exceed expectations, do well they did
    if below expectations, do poorly they did
    Silly this is.
    Who sets expectations one does wonder..

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  125. Spawny Get says:

    Thanks very much, Poseidon. That’s kind of what I thought was going on. Very hard to get such clear statements from younger (than me) guys. Many seem to prefer other platforms that I find unrewarding of time spent. There have been a few very interesting commenters around in the past – Troll King on The Spearhead / pmaft.

    Definitely a blog I’ll be paying attention to more frequently in the future.



  126. New post at my place:

    I wanted to link to the J4G article on girl game but found the site seems to be gone? Hopefully just a glitch but if not, at least we can have the memories…

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  127. Spawny I have heard some saying the 2nd place standing is the results of a rigged game. Not sure if there is validity to that, but perhaps there are puppeteers behind the scenes?


  128. Spawny Get says:

    I couldn’t get to this site for over an hour today. DNS glitch? Rumours of attacks on WordPress blogs.


  129. Spawny Get says:

    Don’t know about corruption there, but Farage’s failed election bid has been referred to the cops. Missing ballot boxes etc. Don’t know the reality of it. Best result? Probably another by-election with another chance for Farage, but with everyone else focused against him.

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  130. Yoda says:

    A new post there is


  131. BuenaVista says:

    No corruption in the Iowa republican results. Rubio is being celebrated because he’s all the media/Republican elite/lobbying cohort have left.

    60% of Iowa Republicans voted for three guys Washington loathes (Cruz, Trump, Carson).

    60% of Iowans (supposedly too white and conservative) voted for two Cubans and a black dude (Cruz, Rubio, Carson).

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  132. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    We should keep an eye on Roosh for the next few days until the meet ups are over on the sixth.
    That the fembots are calling for banning him entry is a two edged sword. They can certainly be banned too.

    I like Helen Smith and I had to watch a lot of video before I realized that she is very careful to have the camera stay above her bustline. Yes, she has big brains too.

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  133. Liz says:

    Per brains versus big tits and male choice (the article, somewhere above I think)….
    It has been my experience that men who like big tits and I don’t have much in common.
    I’m not sure if that is personalities or the fact that I don’t have big tits.

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  134. SFC Ton says:

    This is why the man o sphere is so boring
    #1 While I believe Farm Boy relayed the story as told to him accurately the story seems like typical negro make believe to me

    #2 of course violence is a turn on. This right good and just as you think about humanities past. As does the vast majority of what is pondered. Technology changed faster then our programming

    bitching about it is fucking pointless

    Grossman ins a hack. be careful what you take as Gospel from him


  135. Spawny Get says:

    Hi Ton, just asked after you on the other thread. Glad you’re still applying foot to arse, or kicking butt as you guys call it.

    Liked by 1 person

  136. Farm Boy says:

    Actually, the fella with the story is a reliable source in general. I think that I know what Ton is thinking, and the fella is not that.

    Liked by 1 person

  137. Yoda says:

    Perhaps Manosphere sometimes boring it is.
    But always new people to educate there would be

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  138. Liz says:

    Grossman is “a hack”?
    I was wondering what you (in particular) thought of his stuff, Ton. Thanks for responding!


  139. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I liked it better when we taling about big bustlines.

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  140. Liz says:

    LOL Fuzzie! 😀

    Liked by 2 people

  141. Liz says:

    Here is a new one (no busts though, sorry) 😛

    Transgender atheletes to be allowed to compete as the other sex in the Olympics WITHOUT having gender reassignment surgery:

    I guess whatever anyone “self identifies” as these days means…that’s what you are!
    Okay, folks, I’m a five foot ten 22 year old Victoria Secret model AND rocket scientist career gal. That’s right, bitches!!

    Liked by 3 people

  142. Liz says:

    Not calling you all bitches…just bitches. LOL

    Liked by 3 people

  143. Liz says:

    Going to the moon now. I self identify as an astronaut too.

    Liked by 4 people

  144. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Are we approaching collective insanity?
    Please send pics from the moon.

    Liked by 3 people

  145. Farm Boy says:

    Are we approaching collective insanity?

    Apparently so

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  146. Farm Boy says:

    I am like Elizabeth Warren.
    I self-identify as a Native American.
    Can I have some goodies now?

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  147. Tarnished says:

    Transgender atheletes to be allowed to compete as the other sex in the Olympics WITHOUT having gender reassignment surgery

    Yes, that’s right.
    The gender dysphoric one also thinks this is a fucking bad idea.

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  148. Tarnished says:

    It doesn’t even make sense! Without the reassignment surgery and hormone replacements…you’re just an average dude/chick. Your feels are not so important that you can get away with saying you are A while still living 100% as B. Arrrrgh!

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  149. ballista74 says:

    “I guess whatever anyone “self identifies” as these days means…that’s what you are!”

    Admittedly though it’s a good way to defeat all the quota garbage the government does if they adopt this for the transsexuals. Phonecall : “Our board is comprised of black transsexual lesbians. We have a racially and sexually diverse leadership.” Okay… upon a visit they see white men… “well, that’s what we all identify as. How dare you tell us different!” Game set match on all this garbage.

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  150. Tarnished says:

    Oh my…Ballista, that would be the best thing ever. Holy crap.

    Trolling Level: 9000

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  151. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Not quite.
    Over 9000!

    I have waited a long time to use that.

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  152. ballista74 says:

    @Tarnished I can’t claim it as I remember reading it somewhere. But that’s the natural answer to the new liberal movement behind transsexualism (fourth wave feminism). They can’t very well discriminate based on who’s actually had the surgery or not, so that’s all they can do – base it on who is willing to identify as whatever. Hence the Olympic thing as posted above.

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  153. Spawny Get says:

    Oh well, bye bye female athletes, you can’t compete at the required level that’s coming.

    This should be good for a feminists’ civil war. Even better as the ‘sane’ (by local standards of fembotia) females will have to side with the lovely, lovely TERFs. With friends like those, you know you’re fucked. So very quickly, it looks like turning into a three way civil war…make that four

    1) delusional biological sex is a social construct (OH YES! This exists). who seem to want women thrashed by men in skirts. Teme Stoopyd
    2) traditional feminists who say that men and women are the same but want female only privilege. Team Hypocrisy
    3) TERFs. Team Psycho Man Haters
    4) trans-males who want in. Team Sausage under a merkin / Team no-sausage

    Order popcorn and beer. BBQ burgers and steaks only. Sausages are triggering

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  154. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    I can see fembots so frustrated that they are tearing their hair out.
    It is amusing to contemplate.

    Speaking of fembots, about Roosh’s meetups, fe,bots did write stuff advising their minions to show up with knives.

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  155. Spawny Get says:


    Skin grafts required.

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  156. Spawny Get says:

    I like that story, it is declared (regardless of truth and facts an’ stuff) Patriarchally True

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  157. Liz says:

    That is a really good point, ballista. This could very well be the Social Justice Warrior’s Alamo.
    Think of what this will be for government enforced quota systems of all types.

    “Your company/organization/university isn’t diverse enough!”
    “Oh, look again. We have a wide range of diversity…”
    Wonder if this would work for the SEALS?
    “This guy didn’t pass!”
    “Wait…if he self identifies as female he can have seven more chances…”

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  158. Spawny Get says:

    Response to JJTalkz (Biological Sex is a Social Construct)

    I suspect that the chirpy mind numbing background music is intentional.


  159. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    That is the best from him that I have seen to date.

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  160. Spawny Get says:

    Really? You guys have not thought this through regarding ‘Diversity’.

    The Patriarch Almighty lays it out for you:

    1) Buy a pot plant. Cactus would be ideal for the lazy. And employ it

    2) Declare that said employee pot-plant identifies as trans-human.

    3) Declate that de-facto human (née pot plant) is a multiple system* / has headmates

    4) Declare that de facto multiple system comprises of every single diversity box identity that you find useful

    5) Declare that de facto multiple system also comprises of every single diversity box identity that you find amusing gender fluid trinary star system / deer-kin / rain drop kin

    That’s how you do it

    * Treat yourself…

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  161. Tarnished says:

    Gods above, Spawny…

    Don’t Go Giving Them Ideas!

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  162. Tarnished says:

    I accidentally started talking to one of these people once. They had seemed so sane initially. But then they began discussing how they had headmates and were a robot-kin.

    To which I responded that robots are artificial and ergo can’t even have “kin”, so that was just completely illogical. (Not that things like snake-kin or dog-kin aren’t!) And that “headmates” just sounds like they have dissociative identity disorder.** They did not take it well. At all. Said that as someone “outside the spectrum” myself I should be open to accepting everyone else who is “labeled abnormal by society”. When I argued that trans stuff at least has been shown to have a prenatal/biological explanation behind it and all this “other-kin”, “transracial”, etc stuff does not…they called me a bigot and a “bio-racist”.

    It made my brain hurt.
    Stay away from the weird side of tumblr, my friends.

    **Which I’m not making fun of, btw. I had it myself. It’s a reaction some people have to bad situations. But you shouldn’t, y’know, encourage it to get worse. One should strive to get the mind fragments/personalities back together, not let them become more individualized and concrete.

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  163. Yoda says:

    Know where this is headed we do

    On the anniversary of the enactment of the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act (which apparently didn’t fix anything to hear progressives complain about it today) the President took up his pen and his phone again, signing another executive order. This one will mandate that companies above a certain size will need to report what they are paying everyone, broken down into the usual demographic pigeonholes.

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  164. Spawny Get says:

    “Don’t Go Giving Them Ideas!”

    In their arrogance they believe they’ve cornered the market on stupid, Spawny is just proving that they have strong competition. They do not have market dominance.

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  165. Yoda says:

    A package in the Water Closet I did leave


  166. Yoda says:

    Perhaps self identify as gay the techies could.

    San Francisco, the gay capital of America, is facing invasion from so-called “tech bros,” according to residents of the city’s famous gay districts who are upset by the growing number of straight people in their communities.

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  167. Yoda says:

    Do this one should not,

    according to a piece in the totally logical social-justice blog Everyday Feminism, it is racist and offensive to wear toe rings or bangle bracelets in almost any situation.

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  168. Liz says:

    “A package in the Water Closet I did leave”

    Like some code or euphemism, this does sound.

    Liked by 2 people

  169. Yoda says:

    Discriminate they do?

    A former editorial member at Yahoo who was terminated in 2014 filed a wrongful termination lawsuit against the Internet company claiming it manipulated an employee-rating system and had a gender bias against men. reported that Gregory Anderson said he was praised and promoted for his work at the company over a four-year period, but soon after Marissa Mayer became the company’s CEO in 2012, she began to implement quarterly reviews. Anderson alleges that management manipulated the reviews to meet financial goals, including justifying mass firings. reported that female managers allegedly showed gender bias by unfairly hiring women even when men were more qualified for the position.

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  170. Yoda says:

    Like some code or euphemism, this does sound

    My face flushed with darker shade of Verdi it is

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  171. Yoda says:

    Hillary they do defend

    Research shows that people perceive women differently based on their gender. This is true for Clinton, and it’s true for women generally. That idea should be a lot less controversial than it often turns out to be, as evidenced by the explosion when Dean dared to suggest that maybe subtle sexism was at work.
    Even though women are interrupted more often and talk less than men, people still think women talk more. People get annoyed by verbal tics like “vocal fry” and “upspeak” when women use them, but often don’t even notice it when men do. The same mental amplification process makes people see an assertive woman as “aggressive,” which gets in the way of women’s personal and professional advancement. Women are much more likely to be perceived as “abrasive” and get negative performance reviews as a result — which puts them in a double bind when they try to “lean in” and assertively negotiate salaries.

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  172. Farm Boy says:

    There is a new post


  173. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    “A package I did leave in thewater closet.”
    “”Like some code or euphemism, this does sound.”
    More like spycraft from the bad old days of the Cold War, Moscow rules.
    We’ll put the Tublrettes in charge of diversion. That should thoroughly confuse them.

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  174. Yoda says:

    A boy declared himself to be a Girl Scout he did

    A boy disguised as a girl scout tried to sell girl scout cookies to a man, who told him that he didn’t want to buy girl scout cookies from a boy disguised as a girl. This led to a major story in the Washington Post the size of an investigation into Pakistan’s nuclear arsenal.


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