My nephew Wee Meddy, a bit younger then than now:

(He looks uncharacteristically spotty there. My apologies to his mum, I must have been playing with him in his sandpit)

Well, it’s Thursday today. Wee Meddy is planting broad beans in my garden, not because it’s useful (it’s the wrong time of year) but because it keeps him occupied. This is my third day of looking after him while his parents are away, and it’s fun.

Waving is his latest fad, so he waves at everybody, even Horse. He waves earnestly, as if it’s the best way to get ahead in the world.

To me he is tiny, although apparently he is huge for his age. My way of differentiating a baby from a toddler is by looking at their hands. If the knuckles are dents, the kid is a baby, otherwise the kid is a toddler. By this definition, Wee Meddy is a toddler (just).

Before his parents dropped him off here I had it all planned out. There are a thousand things to be done, but Wee Meddy has put paid to my best laid schemes. There’s the cliff to watch out for, and Dog, and Horse, and the cattle – all of which attract him like magnets. At one stage I even toyed with the idea of putting him on a dog’s lead – one of those stretchy ones that dogs always insist on keeping at maxed-out length.

Wee Meddy rushes about with seemingly boundless energy, then crashes. I found him sound asleep in the vegetable patch yesterday, clutching a packet of seeds, not a care in the world.

The Buck Has to Stop Somewhere:

I wonder if he will be like me, heaven forbid. He reminds me of myself in a number of ways. When sailing or working on a project I’ll go non-stop for days before crashing into the sleep of the dead. I grew up on a farm. Nature didn’t stop when I needed to rest. Even as a little kid, I had to keep going. I had my own area of responsibility, minding livestock. There was no sympathy to be had, anywhere. There were tens of thousands of livestock and only one family to farm them. Life was tough. There are no subsidies or protections or tax breaks whatsoever for New Zealand farmers. In effect, we subsidize everyone else. We all worked hard on our farm. Nature didn’t stop for a pat on the back. That’s one of the things I want to teach Wee Meddy.

Budding Builder:

Wee Meddy doesn’t say much, but he’s a smart little bloke. He watches so close I sometimes have to push his face out of harm’s way when I’m hammering or sawing or working on engines. His favorite pastime is sitting next to me when I’m driving machines. His house is littered with the toy excavators and scrapers his parents have bought for him. His mum says the third word he ever spoke was “Cat”, by which he was referring to Caterpillar bulldozers, not furry feline quadrupeds.

Feminist World:

What sort of world will Wee Meddy grow up in? Not nice, I’m afraid. Not many kids have mums as good as Wee Meddy’s. Most mums have stood by while fembots made it a bitch of a world for white boys: the worst educated of any race/gender, and the most negatively regarded by society at large.

Feminists have gone out of their way to make the world as negative as possible for boys – and are proud of it.

“A call to my fellow feminists. Female rights and equality now! I bathe in male tears. I breathe the air of misandry. Girl power! $24.65$29.00

They think it’s a joke (British Member of Parliament Jess Phillips laughs at male suicide).  All the money and attention keeps pouring in for over-privileged girls, notwithstanding the fact that it’s boys who are the real oppressed. Save the male! Britain’s crisis of masculinity  and  Britain’s young men are falling further and further behind. Does anyone care? Not most white mums, it would seem. Near enough to all of them are too group-biased to notice.

Home Education:

Wee Meddy’s parents are different. They will home-educate him for as long as possible, and will always be an offset to the female bias he will be exposed to later in public schooling and in the media from the outset. He’ll learn not to look at women through rose-tinted glasses. Actually, his default opinion of women will probably be low. Marriage won’t be a goal for him, and looking for a girlfriend will be one of the last things on his mind. He’ll know how to get sexual release. However he might, like me, be born with a deep-rooted need to have children of his own, and that’s where he could come horribly unstuck.


I’ve noticed that when young blokes are given the wherewithal to be physically self-sufficient, they are likely to become independent-minded as well. I’m in a position to teach Wee Meddy to be physically self-sufficient, so even if the world regresses to a dark age he’ll be able to live without it, and live well, with refrigeration and heating and all things electrical.

Who knows, Feminism might get its mad arse kicked out of human affairs for good, in which case he’ll be able to select a woman on equal terms. With his self-sufficiency and ability to look after himself, he’ll attract the attention of women, and he’ll be well and truly informed as to what a troublesome woman is and which ones to avoid like the plague (most of them, actually).

But I’m certainly not expecting such a non-feminist world to arrive any time soon. Thanks to female group-think, it’s likely that Feminism is with us to stay.

I will teach him what I know, that’s all I can do. I’ll look out him for as long as I can. The time will come when I’m gone, and his dad is gone, then the rest will be over to him.

In a gesture to self-sufficiency I’m pouring myself a glass of my own home made beer right now. “Cill’s Draught Down Under”. I raise my glass to Wee Meddy who is sitting here on my knee, his hands trying to steer the glass towards his own lips. Here’s to you, my little mate.

Posted in Cill, Feminism, Trainwreck
  1. Yoda says:

    Perhaps Moe’s Mum help you in baby sitting she can

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  2. Yoda says:

    Perhaps grow up to direct a real Ghostbusters movie he will.
    One that all happy to watch they would

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  3. Yoda says:

    Or being a Kiwi, a Hobbit he may be.
    Being short, OK it is


  4. Yoda says:

    Perhaps like this he will be,


    He gave his father “the talk”
    His passport requires no photograph
    When he drives a car off the lot, its price increases in value
    Once a rattlesnake bit him, after 5 days of excruciating pain, the snake finally died
    His 5 de Mayo party starts on the 8th of March
    His feet don’t get blisters, but his shoes do
    He once went to the psychic, to warn her
    If he were to punch you in the face you would have to fight off a strong urge to thank him
    Whatever side of the tracks he’s currently on is the right side, even if he crosses the tracks he’ll still be on the right side
    He can speak Russian… in French
    He never says something tastes like chicken.. not even chicken
    Superman has pijamas with his logo
    His tears can cure cancer, too bad he never cries
    The circus ran away to join him
    Bear hugs are what he gives bears
    He once brought a knife to a gunfight… just to even the odds
    When he meets the Pope, the Pope kisses his ring
    His friends call him by his name, his enemies don’t call him anything because they are all dead
    He has never waited 15 minutes after finishing a meal before returning to the pool
    If he were to visit the dark side of the moon, it wouldn’t be dark
    He once won a staring contest with his own reflection
    He can kill two stones with one bird
    His signature won a Pulitzer
    When a tree falls in a forest and no one is there, he hears it
    He once got pulled over for speeding, and the cop got the ticket
    The dark is afraid of him
    Sharks have a week dedicated to him
    His ten gallon hat holds twenty gallons
    No less than 25 Mexican folk songs have been written about his beard
    He once made a weeping willow laugh
    He lives vicariously through himself
    His business card simply says ‘I’ll Call You”
    He once taught a german shepherd how to bark in spanish
    He bowls overhand
    In museums, he is allowed to touch the art
    He is allowed to talk about the fight club
    He once won a fist fight, only using his beard
    He once won the Tour-de-France, but was disqualified for riding a unicycle
    A bird in his hand is worth three in the bush
    His lovemaking has been detected by a seismograph
    The Holy Grail is looking for him
    Roses stop to smell him
    He once started a fire using only dental floss and water
    His sweat is the cure for the common cold
    Bigfoot tries to get pictures of him
    Werewolves are jealous of his beard
    He once turned a vampire into a vegetarian
    He once won the world series of poker using UNO cards
    He never wears a watch because time is always on his side
    He has taught old dogs a variety of new tricks
    He has won the lifetime achievement award… twice
    If opportunity knocks, and he’s not at home, opportunity waits
    Batman watches Saturday morning cartoons about him
    When he was young he once sent his parents to his room
    He once had an awkward moment, just to see how it feels
    His beard alone has experienced more than a lesser man’s entire body
    His blood smells like cologne
    On every continent in the world, there is a sandwich named after him. His hands feel like rich brown suede
    Mosquitoes refuse to bite him purely out of respect
    He is fluent in all languages, including three that he only speaks
    Once while sailing around the world, he discovered a short cut
    Panhandlers give him money
    When he goes to Spain, he chases the bulls
    His shadow has been on the ‘best dressed’ list twice
    When he holds a lady’s purse, he looks manly
    Two countries went to war to dispute HIS nationality
    When in Rome, they do as HE does
    His pillow is cool on BOTH sides
    The Nobel Academy was awarded a prize from HIM
    While swimming off the coast of Australia, he once scratched the underbelly of the Great White with his right han
    He taught Chuck Norris martial arts
    Time waits on no one, but him
    Once he ran a marathon because it was “on the way”
    His mother has a tattoo that says “Son”
    The star on his Christmas tree is tracked by NASA
    Presidents take his birthday off
    His shirts never wrinkle
    He has never walked into a spider web
    He is left-handed. And right-handed
    His shirts never wrinkle
    The police often question him, just because they find him interesting
    His organ donation card also lists his beard
    He doesn’t believe in using oven mitts, nor potholders
    His cereal never gets soggy. It sits there, staying crispy, just for him
    Respected archaeologists fight over his discarded apple cores
    Even his tree houses have fully finished basements
    His garden maze is responsible for more missing persons than the bermuda triangle
    If he were to say something costs an arm and a leg, it would
    He’s never lost a game of chance
    He is the life of parties that he has never attended
    He was on a recent archaeological dig and came across prehistoric foot prints that lead out of Africa into all parts of the world. On close inspection, it turned out that the prints were his
    He once caught the Loch Ness Monster….with a cane pole, but threw it back
    His wallet is woven out of chupacabra leather
    He played a game of Russian Roulette with a fully loaded magnum, and won
    Freemasons strive to learn HIS secret handshake
    If he was to pat you on the back, you would list it on your resume
    He is considered a national treasure in countries he’s never visited
    Cars look both ways for him, before driving down a street
    He once tried to acquire a cold just to see what it felt like, but it didn’t take
    He has inside jokes with people he’s never met.

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  5. Cill says:

    If he turns out to be the most interesting man in the world, my efforts to teach him are a dismal waste of time, really.


  6. Yoda says:

    If so, teach you he will


  7. Cill says:


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  8. Cill says:

    FYI The foregoing was a comment by Wee Meddy himself.

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  9. Spawny Get says:

    Maybe he’s young enough to see the other side whilst young enough to enjoy the challenge. Cheers Meddy, May you enjoy the ride, you’ll have the resources to live well and the spirit to drive on though.

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  10. Choicy says:

    Gidday Cillo, I’ve seen your building there mate and fair dinkum Wee Meddy is a fortunate little kid mate. It’s such a bonzer setup it is my hope you will adopt me as an adult kid so when you croak I’ll have an inheritance and live there the rest of me life. I was hoping some of your cuzzies (female) could live with me and Wee Meddy there as well. Plenty of room mate, know you won’t mind 😉

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  11. Choicy says:

    Well said, Spawny. Cheers mate.

    I think your right Spawny, if anyone is in a position to give it a go it’s Wee Meddy and his family. Thnaks to my ace builder mate, they have the resources to live well, and the spirit to drive on through is over to them and I think they have got what it takes from what I’ve seen mate. Well said.

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  12. Cill says:

    “Perhaps Moe’s Mum help you in baby sitting she can”
    I’m not sure about that Yoda. She might tend to be a bit free with the Kauri Club. Who knows, when dealing with such a “different” culture?


  13. Cill says:

    Choicy, I couldn’t help noticing your plans and aspirations are contingent on my demise, mate…

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  14. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I like Wee Meddy! When he grows up, I hope he has a pickup truck that has “Tonka” emblazoned on the tailgate in foot tall letters.
    You never know how kids will turn out but, there is a story about Robert E. Lee. When he had to leave his chldhood home at age three, he ran back in and kissed the angels at the back of the fireplace in tha nursery. The angels are still there.
    Something tells me that Wee Meddy is capable of love that deep.

    I hope that, by the time he is a teenger, we’ll be past the worst abuses of feminism and be on the mens socially.

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  15. Choicy says:

    Cillo I have other plans not contingent on your demise. The one denominator in all my plans is your female cuzzies who feature in all of them, mate. 😉

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  16. Yoda says:

    Well then, perhaps Moe’s Mum make a wee cod piece for Wee Meddy she might

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  17. Choicy says:

    The serious side to all this is the way feminism treated boys like shit far past the stage where the statistics showed boys were missing out. It was cynical and vindictive and hypocritical, my mates.

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  18. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    FRom the praises sung by both Cill and Choicy of the beauty of Clan Cillo, it’s perfectly understandable that Choicy goes haywire.
    Listening to George Thorogood may help with that.

    or not. 😛

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  19. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Twenty five dollars for a tank top???


  20. Choicy says:

    The worst thing could happen now is if femism pretends to go in to bat for boys and grabs more territory for themselves and girls. Men on the Left are so easily fooled they will praise feminism for being impartial, mate.

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  21. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    New Karen Straughan.

    For a lot of it, it sems that feminists are running out of excuses and stories to tell.
    As the old joke said, “Get a shove. It’s getting deep in here.”


  22. Love it! How lucky wee meddy is to have the chance to experience such a real and rich life! 🙂 three cheers fri wee meddy!!! (Clink!)

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  23. Spawny Get says:

    Bit of an odd accent, but… 😉

    We need to burn this corrosive, bigoted narrative down. Here we’re making it necessary to bring up kids to disbelieve everything in the media, anything they’re taught at school. This isn’t a path to a healthy society.

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  24. Spawny Get says:

    Same guy. The original video, that he’s responding to, is utter cuntitude. It’s a feminist one, so no surprises there. At 14:30 Gary does a remix. He improves it markedly.

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  25. Liz says:

    Hurray for wee Meddy! He’s a very lucky little boy to have such a great family. 🙂

    Off topic, but not really (works very well into the topic of our pussified PC culture):
    The commander of this base was at the coffee shop yesterday and saw a guy wearing a tee shirt that said, “Victory or Valhalla”.
    He was offended. So of course, instead of confronting the guy directly he goes straight to the police (this is the commander, now) and tells them that there’s a guy in the coffee shop wearing a KKK tee shirt. The cops confront the guy and it turns out he’s a Navy SEAL and that’s his team shirt. But his team said they won’t wear it anymore if it bothers the commander. Holy crap, I can’t make this stuff up. This is the type of douch canoe that gets ahead in the military right now.

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  26. Liz says:

    Victory OR Valhalla, that should’ve been. Typo dat.


  27. Cill says:

    Is Iron browser having problems?
    http://iron-start.com/ “This page is unavailable”
    After uninstalling and re-downloading from http://srware-iron.en.lo4d.com/
    “The signature of srware_iron.exe is corrupt or invalid”

    I’ve noticed in the past that Chrome and Iron have problems in tandem. Right now, Chrome can’t open https://www.google.com or https://www.google.co.nz/

    Anyone else having problems?


  28. Cill says:

    google won’t open from Ms Edge either. Nor will the Ms search engine. None of the search engines are working here.


  29. Spawny Get says:

    I downloaded iron standalone the other week, my virus scanner blocked its use after detecting something or other

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  30. Cill says:

    True, Choicy, we don’t want to see Feminism start “championing” boys’ rights.

    The Lefties highjack good causes and make them so extreme and wacky that the level-headed, non-ideological people either leave (as happened with conservation) or splinter off on their own. Either way, the MSM ensures that the lefties become the mouthpiece for the cause. Better people get shut out.

    Given half a chance, that’s what feminism would do to boys’ rights. With the connivance of the MSM they’d become the mouthpiece for mens rights and demean it with talk about male conspiracy mentally and lack of communication. The feminists would wreck any hope of a fairer deal for boys, while being praised by the MSM for their impartiality.

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  31. Choicy says:

    Spawny that accent in your video at 12:55 pm is not a dinkum Aussie accent like mine mate. I have heard accents like it before, but his is the weirdest I’ve heard so far. I think it’s either a city accent of some sort or East Aussie country, or it was put on for humour. Struth it’s an ugly accent mate.

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  32. Cill says:

    Talking about weird Aussie accents, Sydney has more than its fair share of them. How about Kylie Mole.


  33. Spawny Get says:

    How about Bearing, is he a pukka Aussie?


  34. Spawny Get says:

    A lot of these male feminists have a nonce vibe…


  35. Spawny Get says:


    Used by prison staff, to explain the segregation of inmates who were convicted of sex crimes towards children and the other inmates


    Prisoner W23899 is a nonce.


  36. Choicy says:

    Bearing has a bit more of a pukka accent I guess, but the other joker at 12:55 pm made some good points I think. However mate, Bearing is still not a dinky-di Aussie accent in my outback part of Aussie, mate. We’re the real thing out here.


  37. Cill says:

    Dinkum outback Aussie accent:

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  38. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    I watched both of those Gary Orsum videos. I feel for Choicy. Perhaps, all these awful women tend to stay near the coast. On e can only hope. As for the accent, if it’s affected, it must be to mask Gary’s identity.
    After watching those two videos, I don’t even want to go ne4ar Australia.
    Sorry, Choicy. 😦


  39. Spawny Get says:

    Apart from his shonky hat, I used to enjoy catching this guy’s shows

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  40. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Liz,at 2:14pm,
    The base CO called the cops over a slogan on a Tee shirt? How he miscontrued that to believe that it was KKK is a little beyond me.
    I wonder what would Nathan Bedford Forrest think?
    Something unprintable.

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  41. Cill says:

    I’ve met characters just like that old joker, on both sides of the Tasman. He got rid of that city slicker who wanted to start commercial rafting on the river. Shot at him a couple of times then went down to the river and shot up the raft, scattering the passengers like rabbits into the bush. Just like Choicy through and through. Way to go.


  42. Cill says:

    Did you note how those Swiss and German sheilas hankered for that rough old octogenarian outback Aussie, criminal background and all? The story he told of having been shackled and hobbled by the ankles, wrists and neck as a prisoner of the troopers is not far fetched. Post WW2, Australia was still a wild and lawless place.


  43. Liz says:

    Fuzzy: “The base CO called the cops over a slogan on a Tee shirt? How he miscontrued that to believe that it was KKK is a little beyond me.”

    Yeah, it was wrong on many levels.
    -First, if he had a problem with the guy’s shirt he should have told him directly instead of going to the cops first (and he’s the commander for God’s sake).

    -Second, yes there is nothing wrong with the tee shirt. The commander is an idiot.

    -Third, he’s the commander and he should sure as hell have already known that was the SEAL team tee shirt. He should be familiar with the logos and slogans of every squadron and team on the base. The fact that he didn’t, says as much about him as anything else.

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  44. Farm Boy says:

    Due Process at last

    Students attending schools that are part of the University System of Georgia will be better able to defend themselves from false accusations of sexual assault, thanks to new policies adopted by the system’s Board of Regents.

    On Wednesday, the board voted to adopt new policies that would require all schools in the system to provide some due process to accused students, including the ability to have an adviser or attorney present at every stage of the investigation, hearing and appeal (accusers will also have this right). Accused students will now also receive “written notice of possible charges,” because previously they were just being made aware there was an accusation, and not the specific details thereof.

    Accused students will also have the opportunity to “notify the investigator of relevant witnesses and evidence at the outset of the matter.” This sounds good in theory, but notice there is no requirement that investigators follow through with or include this information in their final report.

    This lack of clarity allowed a judge to dismiss a student’s lawsuit claim that a school ignored the evidence he provided that proved his innocence (the judge in that case let many other claims stand, however). The judge ruled that the school was only required to collect the evidence and had no requirement to properly consider that evidence. The same explanation could be used to deny an accused student the ability to defend himself.

    Accused students will also now have “the right to respond to the investigator’s final report in writing.” This is a good step, but one will need to see what impact such a response will have. Can the hearing panel just ignore that response? That will be the likely outcome, as these schools are still under pressure from the federal government to find accused students responsible.

    Another “win” — you can sort of call it that ­— for accused students comes in the way the school will mete out punishment for alleged offenders. Georgia schools will have to adopt the low “preponderance of evidence” standard to determine responsibility, but if a student faces suspension or expulsion, then “substantial evidence” will need to be identified to support the finding.

    Luckily for accused students in Georgia, State Rep. Earl Ehrhart is standing up for their rights and their futures. It was his intense pressure — and threat of a loss of state funding — that helped push the Board into adopting the new policies. This also means that if Georgia colleges and universities continue to deny fair investigations to accused students, one can bet Ehrhart will step in.


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  45. Farm Boy says:

    Camille Paglia says,

    If Trump wins the White House, that no-holds-barred video will go down in history as “the shot heard round the world,” Ralph Waldo Emerson’s phrase for the first salvo of the American Revolution by rural insurgents at Concord. The video signaled a popular uprising and furious pushback against the major media and political elites, who had controlled the national agenda and messaging for far too long. Diamond and Silk threw zinger after zinger in defending Trump: “Here’s the damn deal, Megyn Kelly—or Kelly Megyn, whatever your name is!…. Go back and report news on Sesame Street!…You hit below the belt, Kelly!…He was the only one up there on that stage with any common sense!… He’s going to be the next president, whether you like it or not. Get used to it, girl! Get used to it!”

    This fiery endorsement blew me away because it demonstrated how Trump was directly engaging with a diverse coalition in ways that the mainstream media had completely missed. I felt, and still do, that Trump is far too impetuous and thin-skinned in his amusingly rambling, improvisational style. The American president, who can spook markets or spark a war with a rash phrase, must be more coolly circumspect. And aspirants to the presidency shouldn’t care what small fry like bobble-head TV hosts say or do. A leader must have the long view and show an instinctive capacity to focus and prioritize.

    Nevertheless, Trump’s fearless candor and brash energy feel like a great gust of fresh air, sweeping the tedious clichés and constant guilt-tripping of political correctness out to sea. Unlike Hillary Clinton, whose every word and policy statement on the campaign trail are spoon-fed to her by a giant paid staff and army of shadowy advisors, Trump is his own man, with a steely “damn the torpedoes” attitude. He has a swaggering retro machismo that will give hives to the Steinem cabal. He lives large, with the urban flash and bling of a Frank Sinatra. But Trump is a workaholic who doesn’t drink and who has an interesting penchant for sophisticated, strong-willed European women. As for a debasement of the presidency by Trump’s slanging matches about penis size, that sorry process was initiated by a Democrat, Bill Clinton, who chatted about his underwear on TV, let Hollywood pals jump up and down on the bed in the Lincoln Bedroom, and played lewd cigar games with an intern in the White House offices.


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  46. Farm Boy says:

    Frau Merkel Report,

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel was furiously spinning yesterday’s proposed deal with Turkey over migrants as a “breakthrough”, while her colleague in the negotiations, Dutch PM Mark Rutte, more comically said that Turkey had “moved the goalposts, but in a positive sense.”

    Some of the press led with words like “breakthrough” and “game changer” in the titles of their pieces and suggested that European unity on the matter, while not guaranteed, was at least holding up admirably. (We, for the record, were a bit more skeptical.)

    But back in Germany, right ahead of key regional elections this weekend, a bombshell of a story—a leaked police report on the impact of the already-admitted migrants and refugees—was dominating discussion:
    The report says ‘immigration will lead to more crime and increased police usage’ to combat it.

    The number of crimes – of violence, sexual, property theft and narcotic offences – will rise, says the paper of the North Rhine-Westphalian department of the interior whose ‘Immigration’ project involves both individual states and central government.

    The document, entitled ‘Challenges To And Impact On The Police’, was leaked to news magazine Spiegel. […]

    The report warns that as well as rising crime in the future, Islamists are ‘agitating’ in asylum homes, increasing the risk of radicalisation among disaffected refugees.

    It said there have been ‘hundreds’ of incidents in the past few months where Salafists ‘have sought contact with refugees’. . . .

    Meanwhile, Merkel’s coalition was already set to take a drubbing in the upcoming regional vote according to polls.


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  47. Farm Boy says:

    More on Bernie, and it is not good

    After the ISIS-orchestrated bloodbath in Paris last November, CBS News informed the three Democratic presidential candidates that a forthcoming debate it was hosting would be shifting focus from domestic to foreign policy.

    It seemed like an uncontroversial decision. But it was enough to send Bernie Sanders’s campaign into paroxysms of panic. During a conference call with debate organizers, one Sanders surrogate launched into a “heated” and “bizarre” protest, complaining that CBS was trying to “change the terms of the debate…on the day of the debate,” according to a Yahoo News source.

    Still, the clamor from Bernie’s camp wasn’t that bizarre. Bernie understands that the frisson Sanderistas audiences experience isn’t activated by conversations about the Iran nuclear deal. No, Sanders disciples are slain in the spirit by repeated-ad-infinitum sermons about billionaires twisting mustaches, adjusting monocles, and jealously guarding their “rigged system.” It was this message that vaulted Sanders from the mayor’s office to Congress and into the Senate. But foreign-policy questions, The New York Times noted, had a habit of pushing him “out of his comfort zone.”

    So here we are: The candidate accused of not caring about foreign policy was the same politico who, years ago, was routinely accused of preferring foreign affairs to the tedium of negotiating overtime pay with the local firefighter’s union. Indeed, after he was elected mayor of Burlington, Vermont, Sanders turned the town into a fantasy foreign-policy camp. In his 1997 memoir, Outsider in the House, he asked, “how many cities of 40,000 [like Burlington] have a foreign policy? Well, we did.”

    What were the policies and ideas that animated his small-town internationalism? In a recent interview with CNN’s Chris Cuomo, Sanders was asked about a comment he made in 1974 calling for the CIA’s abolition. He qualified, hedged, and offered a potted history of CIA meddling in the affairs of sovereign countries, all while arguing half-heartedly that his views had long-since evolved toward pragmatism.

    If CNN can ambush Sanders by reaching back to 1974 and his not-entirely-unreasonable criticism of the CIA, perhaps another enterprising television journalist will ask the candidate-of-consistency one of the following questions:

    — Do you think that American foreign policy gives people cancer?

    — Do you think a state of war—be it against the Vietnamese communists, Nicaraguan anti-communists, or al Qaeda’s Islamists—justifies the curtailment of press freedoms?

    — Do you stand by your qualified-but-fulsome praise of the totalitarian regime in Cuba? Do you stand by your unqualified-and-fulsome praise of the totalitarian Sandinista regime in Nicaragua?

    — Do you believe that bread lines are a sign of economic health?

    — Do you think the Reagan administration was engaged in the funding and commissioning of terrorism?

    A weird palette of questions, sure, but when Sanders was mayor of Burlington, he answered “yes” to all of them


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  48. Liz says:

    Funny quote from the Diplomad:

    “Bernie Sanders continued to work on his long-term objective: Destroying the stereotype that all Jews are smart. He is succeeding quite admirably as we see from his simply bizarre economic and foreign policy prescriptions.”

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  49. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    That is taking the Peter Principle too far.

    Going back to that video Spawny linked at 12:55am, those were commissione by Austrailian businesses. Men can’t let these businesses profit from spreading hate for men. Sure the fembots love it but, do guys have to continue to patronize them?

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  50. Cill says:

    I’m so pissed off at that video at 12:55, I might pay a visit to the ANZ Bank and close my accounts and tell them why. ANZ doesn’t show that ad in NZ. I wonder why.

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  51. Farm Boy says:

    I would dare say that there is quite a difference between the male feminist and the Aussie Bushman

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  52. Farm Boy says:

    “Bernie Sanders continued to work on his long-term objective: Destroying the stereotype that all Jews are smart. He is succeeding quite admirably as we see from his simply bizarre economic and foreign policy prescriptions.”

    Thread winner

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  53. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Bankers don’t like hearing customers say that they want to closre their accounts. When I left California, my bamk groaned but, they didn’t have any branches where I was going. It would not surprise me if the word went all the way to the top.

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  54. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Captain Capitalism links to Breitbart. This is the price of capitulating to SJWs.


  55. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Something interesting from Mike Cernovich.
    It is going to get dirty, people.


  56. SFC Ton says:

    Victory of Valhalla….
    I’ll leave my opinion of SEAL teams/ SEAL’s out of this

    There are to many slogans and shirts for a base commander to realistically know all of them. About every 100 dudes or so will have a different shirt and slogan/ motto, even more in the SOCOM world. And these slogans are becoming increasingly anti govt and pro White. To the govt that’s a big problem…. tough most of the guys wearing the shirts etc have no idea where the core concept of the slogan comes from/ the more common modern meaning

    The commander clearly has
    1) no balls and couldn’t not confront the t-shirt wearer directly due to lack of man parts
    2) doesn’t understand/ has never been taught specif vs genetic authority
    3) never been told what is officer bidness and what is NCO bidness

    The shirt they are wearing is NCO business and officers should stay the fuck out of the day to day stuff, however I doubt that’s why he went to the law dogs. If he had the brass, he would have asked the t-shirt wearer who his commander is and talked to the officer in charge of the SEAL team OR the commander could have told his senior NCO to take care of it. Both would be legit ways to handle such an issue

    Anything Old School Pagan ( not the hippie modern bullshit which is the progressive moments wet dreams of utopia wrapped up in… nothing a 7th century Pagan would understand or agree to) is heavily tied to the White Pride/ White Identity/ anti government movements (we over lap in so many areas it can be hard to say whats what). I am not covered in Nordic Runes because they look cool( they don’t as a matter of fact); they are statements of life long allegiances to certain core beliefs. The commander is not necessarily wrong there. Chances are he was all fired up from some recent anti White… I mean pro diversity training and went over board. Shitty pun intended.

    That line about Bernie Sanders and the stupidity of his economic ideas assumes he doesn’t know what he is doing and the long term damage they would do. which is likely a false assumption


  57. Yoda says:

    About University of Missori this is,

    Although the protesters may view these repercussions for the University as a victory for their movement, many current and former students are not pleased. The open letter accused the movement of “indiscriminately [harming] thousands of current and former Mizzou students.” by “[damaging] the value of [their] degrees and [hurting their] career prospects.

    “You represent the worst traits of our generation. Entitled, spoiled, unrealistic, and over-sensitive. You demand respect when you’ve done nothing to earn that respect. You also represent the worst of the politically correct culture across the United States. You demand safe spaces, trigger warnings, yet use threats and name-calling against those who oppose you in an effort to silence them, and you would rather abolish the First Amendment than engage in true debate.”


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  58. Yoda says:

    Title IX,

    Did the Education Department overstep its authority when it threatened to withhold funding from schools by changing the law regarding campus sexual assault?

    This was the question Sen. Lamar Alexander, R-Tenn., attempted to get to the bottom of during an Appropriations Subcommittee hearing. During the hearing, Alexander grilled the department’s acting secretary, Dr. John B. King, about a non-legally binding document issued by the department that has actually carried the force of law.

    Alexander kept asking King if the department’s “Dear Colleague” letters carried the force of law, to which King kept replying that they did not, and that the documents were merely his department’s “interpretation of the law and regulations, which are binding.”

    Except, as Alexander went on to point out, colleges and universities are treating the “Dear Colleague” letters as the law for fear of what the department would do if they did not comply. Currently, schools face federal investigations and a loss of federal funding if they do not comply with the alleged “guidance” documents.

    “In 2011, the Department put out a guidance and basically said ‘equitable resolution cannot mean either clear and convincing evidence or preponderance of the evidence, it’s got to mean preponderance of the evidence,'” Alexander said. “So that would mean to me that the U.S. Department of Education could today initiate an action and say to a school: ‘You’re violating Title IX if you use the standard of clear and convincing evidence.’ Is that correct?”

    King reiterated that his department made clear that the guidance does not have the force of law.

    “We do believe that equitable resolution means preponderance of the evidence—” King began to say before Alexander interrupted.

    “Well who gave you the right to believe that?” Alexander said


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  59. Yoda says:

    Stupid these students are,

    Students at Western Washington University have reached a turning point in their campus’s hxstory. (For one thing, they’re now spelling it with an X—more on that later.) Activists are demanding the creation of a new college dedicated to social justice activism, a student committee to police offensive speech, and culturally segregated living arrangements at the school, which is in Bellingham, up in the very northwest corner of the state.

    At the heart of this effort lies a bizarrely totalitarian ideology: Student-activists think they have all the answers—everything is settled, and people who dissent are not merely wrong, but actually guilty of something approaching a crime. If they persist in this wrongness, they are perpetuating violence, activists will claim.

    The list of demands ends with a lengthy denunciation of WWU’s marginalization of “hxstorically oppressed students.” The misspelling is intentional: “hxstory,” I presume, was judged to be more PC than “history,” which is gendered, triggering, and perhaps violent. It’s easy for me to laugh at these clumsy attempts to make language obey the dictates of political correctness—but I laugh from a position of relative safety, since I am not a WWU professor.


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  60. Yoda says:

    Not understand the purpose of vowels apparently theses students do.


  61. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Vowels very useful they are.
    Ancient Greeks are to be thanked.
    Western Washington University exception is.

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  62. The sjw crowd is the modern day version of the young gals who started the Salem Witch Trials. All that histronics and accusations and finger pointing led to innocent people being jailed and/or killed 😦 scary stuff!

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  63. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    There is another theory about that It doesn’t preclude hisronics on top of it. The theory is that they ate rotting rye which procuces hallucinogens. There is a precedent for this in either Seattle or Portland in the nineteenth century.
    Sadly, this cannot be applied to modern day feminists. 😛


  64. Yoda says:

    Unhappy with Hillary she is,

    The mother of a Benghazi victim lashed out at Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton Thursday, saying Thursday on the Fox Business Network that “there’s a special place in hell” for her.

    The blistering comments came one day after Clinton said at a Democratic debate that Patricia Smith was “absolutely wrong” about the accusation she lied to her face.

    “We were nose-to-nose at the coffin ceremony. She lied to me,” Smith said, doubling down on her claim. “She told me it was the fault of the video. I said ‘are you sure?’ She says ‘yes, that’s what it was… it was the video.’ And she knew full well it wasn’t at that time. And then she says she was going to check and if it’s any different she would call me back, she would let me know.”


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  65. Yoda says:

    Wonder what happened here I do…

    This should be the Yale Bulldogs’ crowning moment — after a 54-year wait, the men’s basketball team brought an unshared Ivy League title home and with it an invitation to the N.C.A.A. tournament.

    Instead, the team finds itself at odds with many students here over its continued support for its captain, a senior who left the university last month without a public explanation from anyone associated with Yale’s athletics department or its administration.

    The departure of the player, Jack Montague, 22, was in connection with a sexual misconduct accusation, according to two people with direct knowledge of the case who spoke on condition of anonymity because of the confidential nature in which it was handled.



  66. Yoda says:

    Wonder how the View view it they would…

    Wife rips open her Romanian husband’s testicles with her bare hands after he refused to help with the housework on International Women’s Day



  67. Yoda says:

    Twitter the Shitter

    when the countries of Egypt, Tunisia and Libya shut down the Internet during their revolutions, democracies around the globe publicly condemned their governments. Today, as North Korea, China and Iran continue to block access to Twitter and Facebook, our government has labeled their actions as human rights violations. The modern world has come to rely on the Internet and the free press as a democratic tool, giving citizens a position in public discourse. The value of these social media tools is so vast that the U.N. has condemned states that deny the Internet — regardless of reason — through its International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights.

    So it should be a shock to Americans that recently in our own country, a grassroots hashtag being used to debate the stances of one of our presidential candidates was shut down. But it was not shut down by the U.S. government, but rather by Twitter itself. The same Twitter that lobbied for net neutrality and to keep Twitter alive around the world. And now that same Twitter has promoted #SaySomethingGoodAboutTwitter, to counter the criticism it faced for censoring its utility last week.
    Twitter has become the front line of the debate over free speech. Should the company ban hateful speech? Bigotry? Sexism? Should it shut down or just monitor the accounts of terrorists and drug lords? Against much public pressure, Twitter has chosen a liberal stance and trusted its community to draw the line on acceptable behaviors.

    So why this sudden reversal? Why would Twitter shut down a grassroots hashtag that was leading a discussion regarding a Democratic primary? The answer lies in that old saying, “follow the money.”

    Three days after Omid Kordestani, the executive chairman of Twitter, hosted a maxed-out fundraiser for Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton, a Black Lives Matter activist’s notable protest at another fundraiser inspired #WhichHillary — to open debate about Clinton’s often conflicting record on issues. #WhichHillary exploded within hours of the protest and rose to the No. 1 trending topic on Twitter. Clinton, who canceled several financial industry fundraisers recently (most likely to prevent a Wall Street optics dilemma) has lately been relying on donations from the liberal-leaning tech community.

    All this occurred within days of the South Carolina primary. As South Carolina voters were making up their minds, this massive campaign challenging Clinton’s history with the African-American community became the No. 1 most discussed topic on Twitter. Yet it came to a sudden halt and was pushed off the trending topics list as its momentum kept building. (And the hashtag’s creator’s account was even suspended.)


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  68. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    The more I hear, the more hubris that Hillary is demonstrating. I can’t believe that she is running for public office. She doesn’t deserve to be dog catcher.

    So you know, Valentine’s Day is not big in Eastern Europe. International Women’s Day is a big deal. I hope that crones on “The View” don’t say a word about it. I hope this woman is prosecuted with vigor. She mutilated her husband and he’ll never recover.


  69. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Awesome video. Well worth the time spent watching it.

    It is sad that ManWomanMyth took down all his videos. What a loss!

    Liked by 2 people

  70. Spawny Get says:

    Fuzzie, you clown! It’s an Awesome video Orsum Video.

    Liked by 1 person

  71. Spawny Get says:

    Damn! We missed it! We’re at over 50100 comments. Cheers everybody

    Liked by 1 person

  72. Spawny Get says:

    OMG like wow etc

    I guess that the GOPe is getting desperate now. I might need an alternative news source to Breitbart for the U.S. political scene. Ben BS Shapiro seems either to be losing it, or has been bought.


  73. Choicy says:

    Fuzzie, your video is awesome mate. His voice makes it difficult for me to listen to him with his weird ozzy accent. However mate, he tells it like it is and I listened to it to the end. Or$um ozzie good dinkum common sense mate.

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  74. Choicy says:


    Congratulations on hitting the 50 grand mark in comments Spawny and his mates. The first thing I did here was a topic “I genuinely porked a PPP” and looking it up it was back in february last year. Am I right in thinking your website was still fairly new at that time mate?

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  75. Spawny Get says:

    The blog started in early October 2014. Your PPP post was a late highlight of the early days, I reckon. I really appreciate how you gave one for the team. Or rather, two.

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  76. Yoda says:

    R2D2 or C3PO?

    More than two-thirds of men recruited for a sexbot study say they would give sex robots try. About two-thirds of women in the same study say they would not try a sex robot. Those findings come from the first exploratory survey of human attitudes toward sex robots. Such research has huge implications beyond whether humanity ends up using robots for sexual satisfaction—it can also reveal gender differences in how people view modern human relationships.

    Debates about sex robots typically focus on either the crude robotic sex toys of today or Hollywood’s science fiction fantasies such as “A.I.” or “Ex Machina.” One U.K. researcher made headlines by calling for a ban on sex robot technology. But there has been surprisingly little effort to find out what people think about robots and sex in the real world. That is why researchers at Tufts University in Medford, Massachusetts set out to discover out what people think sex robots should look like and what uses of such robots would be considered appropriate. They hope their research can help create a future where robots prove more beneficial than harmful for human psychology and relationships.

    “I think it’s very important to realize that sex robots and companion robots are all instances of social robots that have an effect on people,” says Matthias Scheutz, a computer scientist at Tufts University. “Especially when it comes to the potential of these machines to cause emotional harm to humans.”

    Previous attempts to poll public opinion on sexbots have usually asked just several basic questions about whether or not people would have sex with a robot. Scheutz and Thomas Arnold, a research associate at Tufts University, went for a more complex survey by having people rank answers to a wide variety of questions on a 7-point Likert scale with 1 meaning “completely inappropriate” and 7 meaning “completely appropriate.”

    The university researchers recruited 57 males and 43 females through the Amazon Mechanical Turk online service in an effort to get a more representative national sampling of the U.S. population. Their work was presented at the International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI 2016) on March 9.

    More Like Masturbation Than Human Sex

    Men and women shared a common understanding of sex robot capabilities and how sex with a robot should be classified in comparison with human relationships. For example, both male and female participants agreed that sex with a robot was more like masturbation than sex between humans. But men typically had greater enthusiasm than women for the different possible uses of sex robots.

    One of the greatest differences in opinion came up regarding use of sex robots for sex offenders. Women showed disapproval on average by giving an “inappropriate” rating of 3.7 on the 7-point scale, whereas men gave a more favorable “appropriate” rating of 4.88 on average. Men and women also diverged in their “appropriate” versus “inappropriate” ratings for the case of using sex robots to practice abstinence.


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  77. Choicy says:

    I listened to the video you put up as well Spawny. I don’t know of the media names from the WAshington Post and so on so I was a bit confused. Ms Fields wrote an article and someone else with a name I couldn’t hear wrote an article about a some rough stuff which was bullshit, am I right? I don’t know much about these media types mate, apart from they are all good at lies.

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  78. Yoda says:

    Discharged his duty well Choicy did

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  79. Choicy says:

    Thanks mate. I took one for the team. 😉

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  80. Spawny Get says:

    This is Orsum’s magnum opus. He takes an interview of Sargon being made to look like a bit of a tit by a lying elephant sized scrotum full of jizz SJW, and over dubs the scrotey spunk bubble with amusing results. Which is entirely fair as during the original captain spunky kept muting Sargon without warning.

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  81. Yoda says:

    Women like prostitution not

    Overall, slightly more people say getting paid for sex should be illegal (43 percent) than say that it should be legal (40 percent)—although with a 4.5 percent of margin of error on the study, the opposite could just as well be true. Seventeen percent weren’t sure. A somewhat larger number of respondents were in favor of criminalizing the purchase of sex, with 45 percent in favor, 39 opposed, and 17 percent again unsure.

    Among the youngest cohort, however, a full 50 percent of respondents said it should be illegal to pay for sex and 46 percent said it should be illegal to accept payment for it.

    The gender divide in prostitution views was also stark, with men significantly more likely than women to say that both buying and selling sex should be legal. Half of male respondents said paying for sex should be legal, a position shared by just 29 percent of female respondents. Just 37 percent of male respondents said it should be criminalized, while 52 of the women surveyed did.

    The breakdown was similar for accepting payment for sex: 51 percent of men said it should be legal and 36 percent said it should be illegal, while just 30 percent of women said it should be legal and 50 percent said it should be illegal.


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  82. Spawny Get says:

    The whole Fields thing is unravelling at a rate only exceeded by the plummeting of Breitbart’s credibility.


  83. Yoda says:

    A new post there would be


  84. Choicy says:

    He has a or$sum sense of humour mate. The way he syncs his shitarse aussie accent with that blikoe’s lips is fairly tricky mate.

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  85. Spawny Get says:

    Skip to 14:30…trust me.

    Liked by 1 person

  86. Spawny Get says:

    The whole video is good…Orsum. It’s all worth watching, but the dubbing at the end was (again) great.

    The tone of the (i reckon) English woman was just so cunty. What’s wrong with these britches?

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  87. Choicy says:

    I watched it through mate. You’ve addicted me to the joker with the twangy strine mate. I’m starting to think his striney accent is deliberate, although I have heard other oz accents as bad as his, I must admit.

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  88. Yoda says:

    Funny dubbing on the video it was

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  89. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Your two links, the sexbot study and the prostitution study are closely related. While you can expect men to answer with a modicum of truth, the same does not hold for woemn. Tram Woman came through on both.
    As for the sexbots, a growing segment of women are going to realize that they have taken themselves out of the marketplace. Given that most sex toy are designed, sold to, and used by women, so will the sexbots.
    As for prostitution, there is little in it for women overall. That men get horny is not their concern.

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  90. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    One final thought for the thread. Wee Meddy is cool. He’s go, go, go or sleep. And determined enough to pull a plow.

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