The Death Watch of Matriarchy


GitHub joins Twitter on the death watch:
“anti-harassment tools” means find new ways to attack men. It can’t have anything to do with actual harassment since no one has provided any evidence (much less even made the claim) that harassment is a problem at GitHub”

STEM in the feminist countries will decline relative to STEM in cultures that do not suppress their male populations. This is what matriarchy does – suppress male populations – not only in STEM but across the board.

The looming matriarchy in the West is revealing itself to be as destructive a force as the human race has ever faced, threatening the survival of the species. Unbridled matriarchy would remove the fundamental building blocks whereby nature brought humanity into being.

Women in India are eagerly embracing the misandry introduced to them by white women. It remains to be seen if white feminism can turn the women of China too against their fathers and sons. The fact that group-bias is heavier in women than in men ensures that once misandry gets established, it becomes more and more extreme until it drags humanity towards all-out matriarchy.


The worship of female dieties does not by itself make a Matriarchy on the ground. There is no record of any matriarchal society that was successful enough or long-lasting enough to be significant.

“[T]he existence of prehistoric matriarchies meant everything to the women I met through my study of feminist spirituality. In both conversation and literature, I heard the evangelical tone of the converted: the theory of prehistoric matriarchy gave these individuals an understanding of how we came to this juncture in human history and what we could hope for in the future. It underwrote their politics, their ritual, their thealogy (or understanding of the goddess), and indeed, their entire worldview…

Theoretically, prehistory could have been matriarchal, but it probably wasn’t, and nothing offered up in support of the matriarchal thesis is especially persuasive.” (The Myth of Matriarchal Prehistory 
Why an Invented Past Won’t Give Women a Future



It’s trying to happen all around us. The signs of the Western world’s slide into matriarchy are signs of an aptic urge to destroy society itself.

SIGNS OF MATRIARCHY (the italicized parts represent the matriarchal undertone):

Feminists and SJWs ignore or excuse the rapacity of Muslim men (we refuse to accept that there’s anything as bad as, let alone worse than, our fathers and sons)

The use of Police to persecute citizens who try to protect themselves when the State fails to do so (We stand with the enemy against our fathers and sons. The enemy of our enemy is our friend)

Feminists scorning the suggestion of white male protection against migrant rapists in Europe “we are not your women” (We don’t identify with our fathers and sons)

We’d rather have rapists than our fathers and sons:

We will reduce our fathers sons to a pathetic spectacle:


Attempts to destroy procreation (an aspect of the aptic urge to destroy society itself):

  • Demonizing males and driving a wedge between the sexes.
  • Deliberate complication and muddling of gender
  • Making straight sex as risky as possible, and women as unpleasant and unattractive as possible, for men.
  • Encouraging homosexuality as a preferable alternative to straight sex
  • Emasculating males, especially white males, to reduce their masculine drive for females
  • Deliberately under-educating males to reduce their appeal as providers
  • The plunder of men’s resources and disproportionate expenditure on women to further reduce men’s relative wealth, status, and appeal.



Every year the excesses of feminism become more outrageous and extreme, and matriarchy looms ever closer. How can human beings, supposedly an intelligent species, allow this to happen?

Matriarchy, not Patriarchy, is the real blight on humanity. Humanity (especially white humanity, it seems) harbors matriarchy like a deadly extinction gene. The only reason it did not destroy humanity long ago is that nature placed males as protection against it. Some males have never tolerated behavior that would lead to female tyranny. Now, the more the white female emasculates the white male, the more she exposes the need for her excesses to be contained by the checks and balances nature had put in place. Women are more group-biased than men (collective strength); men are stronger and more aggressive than women (individual strength). The galloping insanity of today’s feminist world throws the unnaturalness of male subservience into sharp relief.

Is the human race very bright? In general, we’re not smart enough to realize how ridiculous we can be. If the manginas and sycophants of today are anything to go by, the men who kept matriarchy in check were probably a minority of the male population. Thanks to democracy, those men are easily out-voted and out-lobbied today.

It is ironic that man’s creation of democracy has given matriarchy the tool to drive humanity to extinction.


For matriarchy in action we can look at Bonobos, who provide a parody of the Western world of today.

Bonobo Pan paniscus (Written by Kristina Cawthon Lang. Reviewed by Frans de Waal) :

Emphasis is  mine:

  • “Unlike chimpanzees, females tend to have more cohesion with other females than with males
  • “Males also associate with females for rank acquisition because females dominate the social environment. Females that have strong bonds keep males away from food and often attack males, biting off their fingers and toes (de Waal 1997). If a male is to achieve alpha status in a bonobo group, he must be accepted by the alpha female.”
  • “Because of the promiscuous mating behavior of female bonobos, there is a great deal of paternal uncertainty. If a male cannot be sure which offspring are his, he is less likely to invest any time or energy caring for them. It is because of this lack of certainty that the entirety of parental care in bonobos is assumed by the mother”
  • Unlike the patriarchal Chimpanzees, “Bonobos have not traditionally been acknowledged for their use of tools

“The Human Story” Robin Dunbar :

  • “[Bonobo] males cannot afford to upset the females too much, because the females would be quite happy having sex with each other, leaving the males out in the more than merely proverbial cold
  • The Bonobos’ reputation for “peacefulness” may come from the fact that they live in larger groups. They are able to live in larger groups because the forests they inhabit within the great bend of the Congo River “provide food sources that are very much larger than those in the more seasonal habitats occupied by Chimpanzees“.
  • Once females are in sizable groups, they are able to exert a great deal more influence on male behaviour

Female Bonobos have been observed biting off male penises

(“Bonobo Pan paniscus” and “The Human Story” (see above) and “What Causes Men’s Violence Against Women?” Michele Harway, James M. O’Neil)

In Bonobo societies “The power balance in favor of females creates a context that supports female abuse of males. These data on female violence contradict Thornhills’ hypothesis that violent behavior in males is an evolved, sex-specific behavior.” (Harway and O’Neil)


After the fall of the Soviet Union, “with all threats neutralized the West could safely purge itself of masculinity just like the Bonobos [in their plentiful environment, protected by a river from the more sexually dimorphic Chimpanzees] had done. The problem again is that this breeds weakness, and worse, it’s built on lies.

The abundance of the West is built on the labor and inventiveness of men, not simply the provision of nature. When you attack and purge masculinity from a culture, you… eliminate the leaders, the inventors and the geniuses.” (Turd Flinging Monkey. The words between the square brackets were added by me)


Could the thwarting of the “extinction gene”, by men, be the reason for the feminists’ aptic hatred of males? Could hatred of males be an integral aspect of the “extinction gene”?


As I stated at the beginning, this is just AN INTERPRETATION OF THE PRESENT AND THE FUTURE (IF ANY) THAT AWAITS US. Having had a very close relationship with a lot of women and girls from an early age, it seems to me that some women lack the “extinction gene”, or have conditioned themselves out of it. By the same token, it seems that a lot of men (sycophants and manginas) have conditioned themselves into it.



Nature will probably prevent matriarchy occurring world wide.

Matriarchy will probably kill the civilization that white men built. Ironically, it will be a bad day for white women when that happens. Matriarchy is more likely to replace enlightenment with darkness than wipe out the entire human race.

Posted in Cill, Feminism, Gynocentrism, Lies, SJW, Trainwreck
180 comments on “The Death Watch of Matriarchy
  1. Yoda says:

    Depressing this is

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  2. Yoda says:

    Come to Degoba everybody should

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  3. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Retreat to the forest I may.
    Degoba too soggy it is.
    For invitation very much thank you I do.

    On a serious note, this has to be opposed. While the human race is resiliant, at one time in prehistory there was a theoretical bottleneck of twelve reproducing couples, I don’t want to see civilization ground into the dust.
    Without the protection afforded by the width of the Congo River, it is unlikely that the bonobos would be able to compete with the chimpanzees.
    There is hope. There are some women out there who realize that both sexes have to cooperate and that enslaving men, as the fembots would have, is not going to bring about full cooperation.

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  4. Cill says:

    Fuzzy if the river dried up the Chimps would invade Bonobo territory and wipe them out. Bonobo are smaller than Chimps, the males especially.

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  5. Cill says:

    Yoda will your party be B.Y.O. or do you do any distilling in the swamp? Grain would be in short supply, I take it.

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  6. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    There must other things to ferment on Degoba. I have full confidence in Yoda that he has already considered that.

    Back to the post.
    How do we fight something like this? Once having taken over academia, they have taken over government and, more insidiously, church.

    They have their fingers in all the pies.

    That photo of the woman holding up the sign is betrayal of her race beyond description. That she would rather be raped by others than be supported by her men is sickening.

    Making the ROTC men walk in red shoes is also saddening and disrespectful.

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  7. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I just had a peek at the trailer video on youtube for the new Ghostbusters.
    119k likes, 220k dislikes. Normally, there are about ten likes for every dislike.
    Going over like the proverbial lead balloon?

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  8. Cill says:

    Sounds like it’s going down like a whore’s drawers, Fuzzy.

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  9. Cill says:

    When I re-read the post yeah, it does seem a bit gloomy. I’ll have to find a way to lighten things up in comments. Or party at Yoda’s.

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  10. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    You just gave an idea for a wonderful upbeat post. You, Yoda, and Molly could cooperate on what a party at Yoda’s would be like. I nominate Molly for providing the visuals.

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  11. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    “Going down like a whore’s drawers” is a good graphic expression. “Off like a prom dress” is still my favorite.

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  12. Yoda says:

    Those Ghostbuster women such an unlikable lot they are
    Explains much this does

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  13. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Hoolywood baked up a special designed to appeal to SIWs. They failed and badly. This may be a good thing. They may considered shooting a movie that may appeal to men.
    What do you think?

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  14. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    My response to yoda’s comment made methink of the question posed by the original post, “How do we fight this thing?” To begin with, men should stop supporting things that pander to women.

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  15. Yoda says:

    To begin with, men should stop supporting things that pander to women.

    Easy to do in the Ghostbuster case this is

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  16. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I wanted us all to get together and heckle it. 😦

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  17. Cill says:

    Fair enough Fuzzy. As luck would have it, I’ve got a bunch of unexpected but extremely welcome visitors here IRL. I’ll get back here ASAP.

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  18. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I can’t think of anything worse than a government agency dropping calls on their suicide hotline for veterens. It would be funny if it weren’t true. It’s that diabolical.

    I hope that it is your family. They love you!

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  19. Maybe someone already said but that image is photoshopped, the original text was different. But the point is still made, women would be fools to wish for that!

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  20. Did somebody say there’s a party at Degoba? 🙂 fine grog I will bring! And cookies!

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  21. This whole imm-a-grate-ion thing, gosh that whole this just really worries me. Hopefully the patriarch has fortified his cellars and pantry!

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  22. Yoda says:

    Courageous he is,

    SAN FRANCISCO, CA—Declaring that he “has to be true to himself,” local man Steve Bakowski announced Friday that he is bravely stepping out and choosing to openly self-identify as a man.

    “I don’t care what people say. I don’t care what people call me,” an audacious Bakowski told reporters. “I know in my heart that I’m a man. I’ve always known it, ever since I was a kid. I’ve never even second-guessed it. So I’m going to tell it like it is. I’m a man, and I’m not ashamed to say it.”

    When asked about the possibility of facing backlash for his courageous stance, Bakowski was undeterred.

    “I know our culture can be hostile to people like me,” he stated. “But I’m prepared to face the consequences. I know there are others out there who feel exactly like I do. They need to know they’re not strange, they’re not some weird freaks.”

    “They need to know they’re not alone,” he added.

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  23. Yoda says:

    Too many white men there are,

    Thunderbirds jet fighter aerobatics team is not diverse enough inside the cockpit.

    Brig. Gen. Christopher M. Short, commander of the 57th Wing at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, said in an email last month that of 15 pilot applicants for three openings, 14 are white.

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  24. Spawny Get says:

    Yodes, this may be related

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  25. Liz says:

    “Brig. Gen. Christopher M. Short, commander of the 57th Wing at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, said in an email last month that of 15 pilot applicants for three openings, 14 are white.”

    So I guess that one non-white applicant is a sho-in eh?
    What about ageism? Those applications are probably agist too. Any geriatrics? Anyone under 21?

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  26. Liz says:

    This is funny, from the article:
    ““While we have several qualified candidates that many of you submitted, I am lacking the depth in talent we’ve seen in previous years and I am lacking in diversity of gender, ethnicity and [aircraft type] background,” Gen. Short wrote.”

    Real story:
    General Short’s feet are to the fire and the political machine is demanding diversity.
    There are few qualified candidates because the USAF can’t afford to train them (the average pilot flies about 1/3 or less hours annually than they did back in the 80s, probably half what they did in the 90s after the cold war ended).

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  27. Liz says:

    BTW, Mike is about as sure as can be that he will be fired from his next job because he won’t be able to tolerate or condone the political environment as it currently is in the USAF (example, convicting innocent people of crimes they did not commit).
    But, I guess that’s the best type of person to be in a leadership position. The one that doesn’t care about promotion, will do the right thing, and is willing to die with his boots on over it (and is very much looking to retire as soon as he possibly can).
    Should be interesting.

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  28. Tarnished says:

    Come to Degoba everybody should.

    Degoba located in which state it is?

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  29. Tarnished says:

    Liz, I hope Mike retires without being fired by the establishment. 😦

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  30. Tarnished says:

    Degoba has movie theaters it does?

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  31. Liz says:

    Thanks, Tarn. Me too.
    The conversation came up last night (when we were discussing the consensual dirty dancing case I linked to before) in public. You know that guy is going to be on a convicted sex offender list the rest of his life for that? Mike was talking to the JAG yesterday about the crazy environment in the military now when it comes to sexual assault issues. This JAG is a prosecuting attorney, and he agreed. Cases that would be thrown out without even seeing civilian court are prosecuted successfully in the miltiary. It’s beyond satirically bad now, truly a nightmare. And anyone who suggests a woman has any independent agency whatsoever or tries to bring any common sense to the process…well, they don’t last long.

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  32. Tarnished says:


    Correct. There has been evidence of pockets of it here and there in prehistory, but absolutely nothing has ever turned up (in an archeological respect) that shows it was long-lasting or contained any meaningful population.

    The worship of female dieties does not by itself make a Matriarchy on the ground.

    Correct again. Womanhood *was* revered for its side of the fertility cycle, and later there were Goddesses not only of hearth and home but also of death and wisdom. But having a rich polytheistic culture that has both Gods and Goddesses is hardly the same as having a matriarchal society.

    There is no record of any matriarchal society that was successful enough or lasted long enough to be significant.

    Interestingly, feminists will often point to various Native American tribes when asked to show examples. Unfortunately for them, the *most* one could consider them is egalitarian with strong patriarchal leanings. True, there were tribes (many from the Plains) that had both male and female leaders, had wisemen and wisewomen who held great prestige for their age and knowledge, menstruation was seen as a sacred event instead of condemned as a sign of inferiority.

    There have been found graves with female warriors (not nearly as numerous as male ones, of course), and we have accounts of a very few women who were so integral to victories that they were actually allowed to sit in the male lodges during strategy meetings (Running Eagle of the Blackfeet Nation) or were so esteemed in battle and masculine abilities they became leaders of their lodges (Woman Chief of the Crow). But part of this is due to the acceptance of berdaches or “two-spirit” people (who would likely spit on how whiny and self-victimized a lot of today’s trans community has become). Also, I postulate that in such a dog-eat-dog world, it is best to take advantage of any strengths your society has, regardless of which sex they belong to.

    The fact that numerous Native American societies did so only shows they respected the strong and able women who were willing to prove themselves capable of holding themselves to the level of their brothers, NOT that they were a solely female-led “Matriarchy”.

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  33. Tarnished says:

    It’s getting dangerous out there for women who protest against misandry too:

    Used to be, women were at least allowed to speak out in favor of a more equal/less male-hating society. I used to think that if my brethren couldn’t safely talk about misandry, it was my duty to, especially as my sex rendered me (mostly) safe from significant physical attack.

    Now? The SJW and Fem ideology has become a wildfire, consuming everyone in its path. I don’t want to sound paranoid, but it *is* becoming a lot more difficult to know who you can safely talk to about such things.

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  34. Spawny Get says:

    Those of you who have English English as a second language may not be able to follow Peaky Blinders without subtitles, but the eldest in the family is the mother. She’s pretty tough minded, but then she’s just run the family home and business for four years while the men were off in the trenches. Her advice is still listened to, maybe taken. I actually thought that she was a good character, she added to the series. If she got angry, she was just angry (no hysteria => no slaps required 😉 )

    I watched Terminator Genisys last night. I thought that Arnie ‘Pop’ T800 made a good father figure for Khalisi. She was a very good Sarah Connor, I thought. She had opinions which were listened to. Did as she was advised when appropriate. Again, no hysteria.

    So to get wholesome family role models we need women from 1919 and the eighties and post-Armageddon Austrians. Houston, we have a problem.

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  35. Spawny Get says:

    I didn’t expect much of Genisys, having seen reviews, but I think it was fine.

    Additional good father figure / patriach? Ip Man. Three good films. Looking forward to Ip Man 3 and maybe 4.
    Here’s a fight scene in his house. When the vases get broken, the ‘Northerner’ says, “I’ll pay!”. When the son enters he says, “Mother says says if you don’t start fighting soon (he’s been holding back) all my things will be broken”

    The movies (Ip Man being the best) are a good mix of fights, calm masculinity, responsibility. Ip Man was a real life teacher of Bruce Lee (who appears as a snotty brat at the end of Ip Man 2)

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  36. Yoda says:

    What about ageism? Those applications are probably agist too. Any geriatrics?

    Perhaps apply I should.
    A shoo-in I would be

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  37. Yoda says:

    Know this I did not,

    Women who make false rape and sexual assault accusations are just looking for help, according to a social worker in Boise, Idaho.

    Becky Waggaman with Warm Springs Counseling Center told Boise’s CBS affiliate KBOI2 that false accusers are troubled and looking for sympathy.

    “Sexual assaults get a lot of attention,” Waggaman said. “They get a lot of media. If that’s [the] primary goal, then that’s what they’re going to go for.”

    Waggaman said this was the case even when the accuser is anonymous.

    “So it’s still out there, and they can say: ‘That’s me, that’s me,’” Waggaman said, “and they can get a lot of other people involved in their storytelling.”

    Waggaman also told KBOI2 that those who make false accusations should get the help they seek.

    Waggaman’s comments come after a second sexual assault accusation in Boise proved to be false.

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  38. Yoda says:

    The bible warns against matriarchies it does.
    At the start and most everywhere else it can be found

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  39. Liz says:

    Of course those (infintesimally small number, so small to be a matter of no significance) women who falsely accuse are just looking for help, Yoda!

    Looks like the PR boiler room is working overtime. I suspect even they know the “only 2 percent of accusations are fake” meme is about to come to an end, they’re preparing now. Hence the
    “They are still victims!” meme.

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  40. Yoda says:

    Matriarchies only can happen when much abundance there is.
    This happens rarely it does.
    Which upon a matriarchy corrects this situation it does

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  41. Yoda says:

    Who a matriarchy benefit it does?


  42. Yoda says:

    Judge Bitch does say

    People do not support extreme policies and strongman leaders just out of an affirmative desire for authoritarianism, but rather as a response to experiencing certain kinds of threats.

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  43. Yoda says:

    They are still victims!” meme.

    Choices that they made had an impact not?

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  44. Cill says:

    Spawny’s pope link at at 9:01 am: Not only does the pope vacillate from one week to the next, he vacillates within a single sentence. His are the words of a weak, wavering man. Who else could come out with such sentences… Lewis Carroll in one of his more crazy moments?

    Twas brillig, and the slithy toves
    Did gyre and gimble in the wabe;
    All mimsy were the borogoves,
    And the mome raths outgrabe

    Nah, doesn’t come close to the nonsensical pope.

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  45. Yoda says:

    Within 300 of 50000 comments we are

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  46. molly says:

    I don’t know Peaky Blinders. Sounds choice! 🙂


  47. Spawny Get says:

    Moll, I reckon it’s better than the Sopranos when it was good.

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  48. molly says:

    Anyone miss the most boring time of year? (Oscars)

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  49. Yoda says:

    Need a cute bear picture this thread does

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  50. molly says:

    Tony Soprano was quite staunch, eh. His hoods did most of the dirty work.


  51. Cill says:

    “Need a cute bear picture this thread does”


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  52. molly says:



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  53. molly says:

    I remember the Soprano men beat their women for talking about sex life with the men.
    Fair enough! heh heh

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  54. Sumo says:

    The Mighty Sumo approves of our Noble Patriarch’s choice in movies.

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  55. Spawny Get says:

    Just watching ‘Kung Fu Killer’…


  56. Yoda says:

    Molly a bear she is?
    Compatible with Fuzzie she might be

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  57. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    For those who didn’t follow tarn’s link at 1:02pm.

    Thsi is the first instance of assault of fembots on women that I have seen. Lauren Southern really gets them going. She covered theree slutwalks last tear and Vancouver was the most obhected to.
    Something else, she is good looking enough to tempt Milo to turn straight. That has to make the fembots fume.

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  58. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Did Mike go back to the Air Force? Considering what you quoted, he needs to get ASAP.

    That there were only 150 applicants tells me that being a Thunderbird isn’t very desirable.

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  59. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda, you requested a cute bear?

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  60. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    excuse me, 15 applicants.


  61. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Molly, 🌯 🌯 🌯 🐻 🙄
    That doesn’t look like a bear costume to me.


  62. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    The whole reason that all those people were out on the street in the Lauren Southern video was because an American speaker was denied addmitaance to Canada. Can fembots and SJWs get people banned on just thei8r say so?
    This could be a problem.


  63. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    That link was a good call. I haven’t found anyone else covering that story.
    More Lauren Southern.

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  64. Yoda says:

    Quick to convict they are,

    Again, the justification for these denials of basic due process is that no one is accusing the student of rape.

    How, then, to reconcile this fiction with posters that blanketed the Yale campus asking the Yale basketball team to “stop supporting a rapist” [emphasis added]?

    When the alleged disciplinary offense is the same as a felony, the idea that deny due process serves the interests of fairness is preposterous.

    (2) Of the media coverage of this issue, one article handled the issue responsibly. In the New Haven Register, Chip Malafronte wrote: “There is no record of an arrest or court hearing involving Montague on file with the Connecticut judicial branch.”

    Every article on this case should contain such a sentence. How can someone be a “rapist” if he hasn’t even been charged with a crime—much less convicted?

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  65. Liz says:

    Did Mike go back to the Air Force? Considering what you quoted, he needs to get ASAP.”

    Yeah, Fuzzie. He’s going back to active duty. It’s kind of like this:

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  66. Cill says:

    Do rational independent-thinking men (the type who could never be sycophants or manginas) donate to sperm banks? None of the independent blokes I know would ever consider it.

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  67. Yoda says:

    Campus speech

    But I fail to understand how any scholar who takes the campus climate and last semester’s protests as a core focus of their research could miss student demands to punish speech. The Wall Street Journal reported on a survey of 800 college students that found 51 percent favored speech codes. Yale protestors formally demanded the removal of two professors from their jobs in residential life because they were upset by an email one of them wrote. Missouri law students passed a speech code that Above the Law called Orwellian. Amherst students called for a speech code so broad that it would’ve sanctioned students for making an “All Lives Matter” poster.

    At Duke, student activists demanded disciplinary sanctions for students who attend “culturally insensitive” parties, mandatory implicit-bias training for all professors, and loss of the possibility of tenure if a faculty member engages in speech “if the discriminatory attitudes behind the speech,” as determined by an unnamed adjudicator, “could potentially harm the academic achievements of students of color.”

    At Emory, student activists demanded that student evaluations include a field to report a faculty member’s micro aggressions to help ensure that there are repercussions or sanctions, and that the social network Yik Yak be banished from campus.

    Activists at Wesleyan trashed their student newspaper then pushed to get it defunded because they disagreed with an op-ed that criticized Black Lives Matter. Dartmouth University students demanded the expulsion of fraternities that throw parties deemed racist and the forced a student newspaper to change its name.

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  68. Choicy says:

    Cillo I think you’re right at the end, humans will survive for a bit yet, mate. I think there will be pockets of virile men who will hold out but if were not breeding we’re a dying kind of males. We’re the independent thinkers as you say, we not fooled by feminsim and matriarchy and men like us never will be. Feminism hates us most of all which is no surprise, mate. Struth I can see the white race dying all right mate, with all the shit women and manginas are raining down on us.

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  69. Choicy says:

    No jokers I know donate to sperm banks, mate. Rumour has it homos are the only sperm donors in the great southern land, and how many natural independent men will come out of that in the future? You and me are a dying breed I think mate.

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  70. Cill says:

    Yoda, no responsible parents would pay for their children (especially their sons) to go to a university like that. It can only be negative value for a white boy, and girls won’t get any value out of it either, no matter how much it’s stacked in their favor. It can only deliver crap to everybody, black students included. Nothing intelligent can come out of anything so dumb as that.

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  71. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    He can’t go back. As long as he sees the Air Force maliciously prosecuting innocent people, they are insupportable.
    There is a story that I heard from my sister, a questionable source, that Robert E. Lee spent the night pacing his study before he refused the offer of leading the Army of the Potomac. He never spoke of it but, his daughter’s, Agnes, room was directly beneath.
    Is there a parallel?


  72. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I have never considered donating to a sperm bank but, when I heard that fembots would use it as a source, thereby avoiding men, my suspicions were confirmed. In this day of misandry, the “father” could be tapped for child support.

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  73. Cill says:

    It was on the MSM here and in Aussie that there’s a shortage of donors and sperm banks are running low. Gay men stepped up to donate as a matter of civic duty, they said, but actually it was a grab for attention.


  74. Choicy says:

    Fuzzxty that Southern sheila would be okay in the great southern land but not in the land of the long white cloud, where she wouldn’t hold a candle to a big family of corker sheilas over there mate but she’s not on her own, nobody could.

    I liked Laura’s cheek though, good for her. She’s a bit brash like an Aussie mate.

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  75. Cill says:

    I won’t donate sperm. I can’t bear the thought of a son of mine being raised by a typical woman.


  76. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    After reading “Campus Speech” , Ifelt I had to link this. Is there some corelation?


  77. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    It took me a while to figure out that you were talking about Luren Southern. From an American point of view, she is southern in name only. She’s from Vancouver BC, above the 49th Parallel.(Canada).
    Now, Agnes Lee is a southern lady.


  78. molly says:

    It’s not good. Men like Cill and Choicy have very very good genes. I know why they won’t and I blame feminism for them not having children. When I think of it I really really *really* do get sad and mad. Grrrrr :wicked:

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  79. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Did you find out that Choicy can cout William of Normandy as one of his ancestors too?
    The fembots don’t care that once something like that is broken, there is no fixing it.


  80. Tarnished says:

    It is safer for American men to not become donors, especially if they were considering giving their genetic gift without a physician present:

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  81. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    If there is any doubt about legal implications, rest assured the feminists will find a way to drive a Peterbilt through it.
    So this is what feminists have made of paternity.

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  82. Yoda says:

    Interesting this is

    “Men should have the same right as women to decide not be parents, according to a controversial new proposal from the Liberal Party’s youth wing in western Sweden (LUF Väst). . . . The group believes ‘legal abortion’ for men would promote equality between the sexes in the early stages of a pregnancy, giving men a chance to opt out. Women would also benefit if they knew from the get-go whether a man was willing to commit to parenthood, the young liberals say. . . . Some social media users have welcomed the plan but many have ridiculed it and Nilsen said the group had received a flurry of threats.”

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  83. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I don’t doubt that there have ben threats. One of the chief goals of feminism is total control of reproduction from conception on. They don’t want men to have a choice. They don’t want men to have any say.

    I have been thinking about what you said. That is a huge topic. Fembots have no respect for the contribution men make, on any level. They would prefer to live without men and reproduce asexually. Just send them money.

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  84. molly says:

    Fuzzie, “Did you find out that Choicy can cout William of Normandy as one of his ancestors too?”

    Not what I meant. I meant look at their grandparents..

    No defects
    No congenital problems
    No history of addictions
    Good sound minds and bodies
    Excellent senses (eyesight etc)
    Strong and athletic
    Healthy alert and active all their long lives.

    All issue from those grandparents same as above.

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  85. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I see your point. I think that there will be a lot of names from this time on familiy tress that say “Died without issue”.
    Thanks, feminism.

    While trying to change the subject, have you seen any souped up Indians?


  86. molly says:

    Fuzzie, you mean Oreti Beach, Invercargill 1957 when Burt Munro set New Zealand Open Beach record of 131.38mph on a 1920 Indian Scout bike. They say he cast the bike’s pistons in the sand at Oreti Beach (used the sand as a mould).

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  87. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    That was your great grand dad? I don’t know if it makes me od or not but, if yo8u go back four generations on my Dad’s side, you’re into the American Civil War.
    131 mph in the late fifties is nothing to make fun of. Ford flathead V8s only made 80 hp.


  88. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I didn’t forget your burritos today. They’re upthread. Do you want more?


  89. molly says:

    My great ganddad knew Burt. He was a great mechanic. The thing about 131 mph was he did it on a 1920 bike designed for top speed 50 mph.

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  90. molly says:

    Fuzzie 🐻 🌯 🌯 🌯 🌯

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  91. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Burritos!!!!!!!!! Yum!!!!!! Thank you! Burp!
    50mph? That wouldn’t be freeway legal now. That would be all right then because roads weren’t very good.


  92. Yoda says:

    Beware of Greeks bearing gifts,

    the eve of a crucial summit between the EU and Turkey, Nikolaos Toskas, the Greek minister for public order, tells the Telegraph that a workable agreement must be reached

    Greece has delivered a stark warning on the eve of an emergency summit over the migration crisis, declaring that it cannot stop tens of thousands of people from crossing its northern border and travelling onwards in Europe.

    Nikolaos Toskas, the Greek minister for public order, told The Telegraph that Europe was deluding itself by believing that refugees could be bottled up in his country.

    The European Union will convene an emergency summit with Turkey on Monday amid signs that a deal is close. Under this proposed agreement, Turkey would take back all economic migrants presently in Greece – generally defined as all non-Syrians – in return for the EU accepting refugees directly from its camps.

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  93. Spawny Get says:

    The Indian thing. Think I got to the first pommie bashing thing (at most 30 seconds in) and turned it off. We need more of that.
    Man bashing in a commercial? Don’t buy the product.
    Appeals for white guilt? Walk away.
    Somebody gratuitously gobbles cock about your country? Turn the fucking TV off.

    Being able to address the real, serious and multitudinous problems that my sex, race and country has is a noble thing when done with a honest interlocutor. It’s different from having to put up with shite from someone who thinks having a chip on each shoulder makes them a balanced person. Now whether the guy was actually that big of a dick, I have no idea. But the movie made it front and centre, so fuck the entire enterprise.

    This entire practice of straight white males having to man up and take any criticism, real or imagined, on the chin, while every other sexual orientation (real or imagined), colour and gender identity (real or imagined) is given a pass…is the hallmark of a cucked society. It’s how RINOs, cuckservatives and the political class comes to be able to take power and fuck over the world. And it will be the world that gets fucked over, not just whitey.

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  94. Spawny Get says:

    “Greece…declaring that it cannot stop tens of thousands of people from crossing its northern border and travelling onwards in Europe.”

    As long as the other countries can? Best of luck chum. How’s your only source of income outside of olives going? You know? Tourism. You do remember tourism, yeah?

    Back when the Greek crisis started, I’m pretty sure that I remember a Greek politician (much to the delight of the Greek peeps in general) told Germany that unless they kept the money coming, Greece would open the floodgates to refugees to fuck over Germany.

    I guess that the Greek peeps aren’t laughing quite so hard now that the refugees can still flood into Greece, but can’t get out. Tourism is dead on its knees. Unemployment is catastrophic.

    And seeing how Turkey is acting, I do wonder why anybody would even conceive of letting them into the EU. Far from paying them biliions (Billions) of Euros to stop the refugees, Europe should just cut off all trade with Turkey until they stop the flood. This is where we need a leader with balls, not cucks and manginas that have been making the shit deals for decades.

    That’s why I understand the appeal of Trump. He may well not be perfect, but at least he’s not on his knees when he negotiates from a position of power.

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  95. Spawny Get says:

    Bulgarian Army Conducts Major Exercise On Greek Border, Offers To Solve Migrant Crisis ‘In A Day’

    The Bulgarian army yesterday conducted a major exercise on the Greek border, testing their capacity to deal with a migrant influx. The Prime Minister slammed the Greek response to the crisis and offered up his forces to deal with migrants.

    Bulgarian Premier Boyko Borisov also boasted that his forces could crack down on people smugglers in Greece “in a day” and said he would push to have all “illegal migrants” harshly criminalised.

    Last year Bulgaria erected a 15 foot tall, 5 foot wide fence along it’s border with Turkey, which is monitored 24 hours a day by armed guards stationed at strategic points and on watchtowers along its entire 50-mile length.

    Consequently, comparatively few migrants have made it through the nation into Europe, despite offering a relatively short land route. Even David Cameron praised the fence when he visited it in December last year.

    The Bulgarians are taking no chances however. Today’s joint drill between the police and army was conducted in the southwestern part of the country, at the border with Greece and not far from the one with Macedonia where 30,000 migrants are currently camped.

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  96. Sumo says:

    Just watching ‘Kung Fu Killer’…

    If you liked “Ip Man”, I would suggest “Legend of the Fist” to be next in your viewing queue.

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  97. Spawny Get says:

    Great Uncle Bulgaria is back. Maaaybe Cill will get the reference. Maaaybe


  98. Spawny Get says:

    I shall give a gander. Cheers

    Is it International North America stay up waaay late Night? And Degoba too?


  99. Spawny Get says:

    I must admit that I preferred the Ip Man films to Kung Fu Killer. The end fight was epic


  100. Liz says:

    He can’t go back. As long as he sees the Air Force maliciously prosecuting innocent people, they are insupportable.”

    This is true to an extent. But people created the problem, and Mike is in more of a position to do something about it. He can’t change the system (no one is in that position), but he can help a whole lot of people who would have otherwise been screwed. I know I sing his praises a lot, but seriously he is a very rare person. Highly intelligent with unbelievably perceptive social acumen. He has impacted a lot of lives already, in a good way. When he was at the courts martial hearing for a rape trial and he was just a lowly Lt, he was able to shave over ten years off of that poor guy’s sentencing (if it were like a civilian trial he would have been acquitted, but they don’t do the 12 angry men deal, they only need a majority). I could go on and on.
    Suffice it to say, if anyone that sensible and persuasive is in a position to make a difference it would be beneficial to a whole lot of people that he take that job.

    But it is stressful, because the military is very much like a bureaucratic machine and there’s only so much one can do. He definitely wouldn’t be doing it if he had the option to retire right now, but he doesn’t (though almost, this will be it, knock on wood).

    “There is a story that I heard from my sister, a questionable source, that Robert E. Lee spent the night pacing his study before he refused the offer of leading the Army of the Potomac. He never spoke of it but, his daughter’s, Agnes, room was directly beneath.
    Is there a parallel?”

    I hope not. The stress is really getting to him already though. Last night he blew up on me a bit, and he never does that. This morning he apologized. He is starting to get those stress lines again. 😦

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  101. Liz says:

    I should mention, someone actually died at the base yesterday (due to bad policy, essentially). Good guy. It was a very rough day.

    Liked by 1 person

  102. Liz says:

    BTW, I don’t want to be Debbie Downer here.
    Carry on. 🙂
    In fact, I’m ready for a bear video. 😛

    Liked by 2 people

  103. Yoda says:

    Chick in video that Spawny posted unappealing she is.
    But in background a Yoda there would be.
    Much more appealing this is

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  104. Yoda says:

    Ghostbusters a reboot or a sequel it is?


  105. Spawny Get says:

    “Ghostbusters a reboot or a sequel it is?”

    Yes, or rather “Ghostbusters a reboot and a sequel it is”

    For cashing in old old fans of the original, it starts the trailer with “thirty years ago four scientists…” => sequel of some sort.

    For Fempowerment it appears to be a remake, otherwise why would you need female scientists to reinvent what neanderthal male scientists made thirty years ago?

    Classic female behaviour; having it both ways

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  106. Yoda says:

    Chick in video that Spawny posted agree with I do.

    Ok physical raw material she has.
    Use it poorly she does

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  107. Yoda says:

    Marshmallow test this is

    Liked by 3 people

  108. Spawny Get says:

    Trigger warning. Review contains the use of the phrase ‘non-consensual ghost bukake’ to describe the sliming by the librarian.

    Liked by 4 people

  109. Farm Boy says:

    More SJW driven crap,

    The College Board has set high expectations for the new test, which is supposed to track high school curricula more closely by scrapping sophisticated vocabulary, focusing more heavily on reading, and dispensing with difficult math puzzles. In his 2014 speech announcing the changes, and in a subsequent public relations campaign, College Board President David Coleman presented the reforms as a social justice cause. The new SAT would be less convoluted, more difficult for rich kids to cram for with expensive tutors, and level the playing field for minorities and low-income students. Coleman even brought the historian Robert Caro on the stage to read a passage from his book about Lyndon Johnson’s anti-poverty efforts—a not-so-subtle suggestion that changing the SAT would similarly expand opportunity for those at the bottom of the ladder.

    It was not quite clear then how this was supposed to work (Can’t rich kids hire tutors for the new version of the test, too? If the tough questions are scrubbed from the test, won’t it lose its utility for colleges trying to assess applicants’ academic ability?) and it is still not clear today, on the eve of the new test’s debut. . . .

    As we’ve written before, “We have the terms ‘privileged’ and ‘disadvantaged’ for a reason: Some people are born into more fortunate circumstances than others. Tinkering with the SAT won’t change this fundamental fact of life.” The College Board should do everything in its power to make the SAT as fair and predictive as possible. But it was probably a mistake—and a distraction from other, more important efforts—for the test-maker to create the expectation that its revamped exam would deal a major blow to socioeconomic inequality in America.

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  110. Farm Boy says:


    If a man did something comparable, he would be endlessly mocked

    Liked by 3 people

  111. Farm Boy says:

    Also note that nobody apparently cares when a fella cannot find a suitable bride.

    Liked by 1 person

  112. Cill says:

    It says something for the creeping slime of feminism that they won’t specifically state their real agenda, which is to grade by race and gender with straight white males so far into the negative that they can never pass. However, it must give feminists smug satisfaction behind the scenes, to see their hate campaign working so well: Young white men are now the under class. 37% of black school-leavers go to university, only 28% of white school-leavers do.

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  113. Liz says:

    “The College Board has set high expectations for the new test, which is supposed to track high school curricula more closely by scrapping sophisticated vocabulary, focusing more heavily on reading, and dispensing with difficult math puzzles. In his 2014 speech announcing the changes, and in a subsequent public relations campaign, College Board President David Coleman presented the reforms as a social justice cause. The new SAT would be less convoluted, more difficult for rich kids to cram for with expensive tutors, and level the playing field for minorities and low-income students. “

    SAT prep from Pimpin’ ready to represent, Yo!

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  114. Cill says:

    “Campus Speech” (at 12:34 am) and Fuzzy’s vid at 1:34 am:

    There’s been no physical burning of books, but there might as well have been. The millennia of enlightenment that white men have brought to humanity (IMHO better than anything else yet by a long chalk) are being ignored in favor of worthless feminist crap. The decline in Jurisprudence is a good example – all those great Jurists of yesteryear gone. Nowadays it’s Femshit Studies instead.

    Are slut walks the feminazi equivalent of Hitler’s “goose-stepping morons”?

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  115. Farm Boy says:

    One wonders if society cares about compentency

    Liked by 2 people

  116. Farm Boy says:

    If the ghostbuster chicks are representative of the future Matriarchy, then it will be neither funny nor competent.

    Liked by 3 people

  117. Cill says:

    Liz at 6:06 pm

    They done called “time’s up” before he finished coloring in all dem pages?

    (please excuse my pidgin Rap)

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  118. Farm Boy says:

    Are slut walks the feminist equivalent of Hitler’s “goose-stepping morons”?

    Not so much geese, more like turkeys. Ones that have been over-fed and are ready for market.

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  119. Spawny Get says:

    “scrapping sophisticated vocabulary, focusing more heavily on reading, and dispensing with difficult math puzzles”

    As long as they don’t dumb down the tests…wait! what?

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  120. Spawny Get says:

    “If the ghostbuster chicks are representative of the future Matriarchy, then it will be neither funny nor competent.”

    YEAH, but they’ll have sass out their ass and empowerment all to hell. So there’s that.

    And cats…lots of cats, so that’s nice

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  121. Spawny Get says:

    I love cats, me

    Liked by 2 people

  122. Farm Boy says:

    If only Hillary had the skill and charm of Forrest Gump…

    Liked by 1 person

  123. Cill says:

    Tarn at 2:22 am, thanks for that link re child support and sperm donors. Any man (including gay man) who might be considering donating should read it first. To feminists, men are an open cheque book.

    Yoda 3:04 am ‘legal abortion’ for men. Not an icecream’s hope in hell. As Fuzzy said, feminism is total control of reproduction from conception on.

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  124. Spawny Get says:

    They’ll be banning cursive next.

    But why bother with pesky intermediate measures.

    Why not just have a race/minority based minimum score?

    Quotas for minority at each grade

    You know…? For fairness

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  125. Farm Boy says:

    Well, at least Hillary wasn’t manspreading. I will give her that.

    Liked by 3 people

  126. Cill says:

    Hang about, wot’s this here (vid 6:25 pm)? That’s not the real Hill is it? It’s certainly got ho groper-fish eye. Another look at the eye and… yes, that has to be our Hill (Sir Edmond’s namesake). It is her, right? If so, who’s the bloke? No, that’s not Bill. Whole thing’s a fake. Damn.


  127. Cill says:

    If only Hillary had the skill and charm of Forrest Gump…
    Or the pith of Yoda

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  128. Cill says:

    Well, at least Hillary wasn’t manspreading. I will give her that.
    There is an obstacle (book?) between her hands and her lap.


  129. Yoda says:

    Yes, pithy I am.
    One of my best attributes this is

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  130. Farm Boy says:

    There is an obstacle (book?) between her hands and her lap.

    Why do you care? This would seem to be operationally irrelevant


  131. Cill says:

    Spawny at 10:29 am.
    I don’t know. Do Bulgarians lurk around Wychwood these days?


  132. Cill says:

    This would seem to be operationally irrelevant
    She has a self-serving lap?


  133. Cill says:

    Fun site:

    (Introduced to me by the Patriarch)

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  134. Cill says:

    Yoda 9:18 am Spawny 10:24 am

    Greece and Turkey and Germany strive to destroy each other with their morbid fear of political incorrectness. Galloping matriarchy it is.

    “How’s your only source of income outside of olives going? You know? Tourism. You do remember tourism, yeah?


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  135. molly says:

    IP Man was the best. The sequel was too China propagandery. The stereotype Englishman bully 😉

    Liked by 1 person

  136. Spawny Get says:

    King Goblin wasn’t bad, a turbocharged version of wimpy old 5% abv Hobgoblin. Probably a bit pokey for climates where sipping beer in order to savour the taste might lead to dehydration.


  137. You know of the warning about forty days and nights of rain if it rains on my day, right?

    Why would you deliberately provoke me by releasing that movie on my day?

    Grand Patriarch Day / St Swithun’s Day. 15th July.

    Buy yourself a boat, build yourself an ark. You’re going to need one.

    That is all

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  138. Spawny Get says:

    They should have released it on July 16th, it’s going to be a bomb to rival the one exploded in Alamogordo. July 16th 1945 the first atom bomb test.

    Liked by 2 people

  139. Spawny Get says:

    Or July 14th. The day the French stormed The Bastlle Cinema over the Jeanne d’Arc premiere starring Rosie O’Donnell

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  140. Spawny Get says:

    Sadly the ebul pommie actor died recently. He was great as the arrogant white ghost baddie

    Darren Shahlavi (1972–2015)


  141. Yoda says:

    Rosie O’Donnell appropriate for the upcoming Ghostbuster movie she would be.

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  142. Cill says:

    I have heard tell that a man named Armstrong-Jones was a paramour of Princess Margaret, and that his rogering of the princess in the Firth of Forth on the boat called Britannia was followed by a tidal wave in Vanuatu…

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  143. Yoda says:

    Above video makes one want to vote for Donald it does

    Liked by 1 person

  144. Yoda says:

    Though if vote I could,
    Vote for Cruz I would

    Maybe move to a state that requires ID to vote not.
    Pass myself off as Jar-Jar I could
    Easily let me vote me vote they would

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  145. Yoda says:

    Excited I am.
    Repeat myself I did


  146. Cill says:

    Spawny 10:27 am. I don’t know why I find it so amusing that the ex Soviet satellite countries are the only ones with balls in Europe. Those boys are not going to go simpering into that good night. No heritage of feminism, is why.

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  147. Cill says:

    Liz, good for Mike. FWIW I’m very close to a bloke who tried to be a voice of sanity in a large organisation and although he did a lot of good, he was on a dangerous path. The feminism got worse to the point where he had to start thinking of himself, and spent the rest of his employment maximizing his retirement. He’s now retired and back to his robust old self.

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  148. Spawny Get says:

    Not enough likes first time around…did you miss it?


    Trigger warning. Review contains the use of the phrase ‘non-consensual ghost bukkake to describe the sliming by the librarian.

    Liked by 4 people

  149. Spawny Get says:

    According to a definition from the link; bukake is what happens to your burger at Wendy’s


  150. Cill says:

    Bloom at 4:22 pm

    What about fake weddings for men? I’m thinking of throwing one for myself. Horse would be a shoe in for the blushing bride, and Dog would be a paw in for the best man. Tom the Maori would make an imposing matron of honor, and molly and my sisters would be flower girls to knock ’em flat.

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  151. Spawny Get says:

    I’m guessing that you haven’t discussed the Matron role with Tom. Please film yourself delivering the proposal, it can be the centrepiece of your wake.

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  152. Yoda says:

    Not enough likes first time around…did you miss it?

    Farm Boy liked it he did.
    Yoda incapable of liking he is

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  153. Yoda says:

    Horse a virgin she is?


  154. Spawny Get says:

    “According to a definition from the link; bukake is what happens to your burger at Wendy’s”

    That’s me off of Mayonnaise for the foreseeable future.

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  155. Cill says:

    I thought of starting at the easy end, the flower girls, who would be full of enthusiasm. I thought the less enthusiastic ones, Dog Horse and Tom, could be filled in later in that order, when it’s a fait accompli.

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  156. Spawny Get says:

    Bet Yoda is going to skip Guacamole on his burgers too.

    Liked by 1 person

  157. Yoda says:

    Greece and Turkey and Germany strive to destroy each other

    Historically Turkey and Gemany Alijes they were.
    As for other combos, they historically dislike each other much.
    Get their wishes they will


  158. Spawny Get says:

    It’s your funeral, mate.

    Liked by 1 person

  159. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    You asked for a bear video at 12:21pm. I just saw it. Sorry to be so slow.

    Liked by 1 person

  160. Cill says:

    Bet Yoda is going to skip Guacamole on his burgers too
    I think whole avocados would remind Yoda of his skin texture, especially when dangled as a pair.

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  161. Cill says:

    …or perhaps Kiwi Fruit

    Liked by 1 person

  162. Cill says:

    You know, the big, bollocky, export-quality Kiwi fruit, verde, fairly firm when squeezed.

    Liked by 2 people

  163. Mrs. Yoda says:

    Seems familiar such a thing does.

    Liked by 2 people

  164. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    All this talk may put me off sour cream and guacamole on my burritos.

    Liked by 1 person

  165. Yoda says:

    New mental affliction there is

    “[My middle-aged businesswoman patient] was so upset and worried that she could have a sister — someone so close to her — who would have zero problem with Trump,” [said Judith Schweiger Levy, a psychologist on New York’s Upper West Side]. “Another patient — also a woman — all she could talk about was Trump and how he’s crazy and frightening.” Ruminating on Trump’s effect, Levy said, “Part of the reason he makes people so anxious is that he has no anxiety himself. It’s frightening. I’m starting to feel anxious just talking about him.”

    Another psychologist, Paul Saks, who practices in Greenwich Village, said Trump’s recent refusal to immediately disavow David Duke, the Ku Klux Klan’s former Grand Wizard, has riled one of his patients who is the grandson of Holocaust survivors. “This is really resonating with him, and troubling him,” Saks said. “Just that Trump has survived and that there’s such a cataclysmic shift in the Republican Party — an institution that’s part of our way of life even if you’re not a Republican — is going to disturb a lot of people.”

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  166. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Business opportunity for Chateau Bloom!
    Other than that, it is really sad. There are going to be a lot of spinsters out there.


  167. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    It would be amusing to see a debate betwen Hillary and Donald.
    It would not be amusing to the libtards or fembots.

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  168. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    If Mike is snapping at you, he needs to bail.
    Time for another bear video.

    Liked by 1 person

  169. Yoda says:

    A new post there is

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  170. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    With all this, I woud bet a doughnut that people are renting and downloading the original Ghostbusters like there is no tomorrow.

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  171. Cill says:

    My thought exactly, Fuzzy

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  172. Spawny Get says:

    I would have watched it tonight if I’d have been able to find a copy on Netflix.

    Goodnight all

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  173. Cill says:

    Sleep tight. mate.

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