The Deti Creed

Manosphere stalwart Deti has mentioned these rules for women many times

Be nice
Be pretty
Don’t get fat
Be available

One might suggest that it is a creed.  For women it would not seem to be too very difficult to follow.  The be pretty part might be partially beyond one’s control, yet one can make the best out of what one has.  The other aspects are definitely within a woman’s control.  The question is: why do so few women seemingly apply these rules?

As a fella, I can say that they are dead on.  This is what fellas want; especially men looking for an LTR.  A woman who meets them probably can have many choices between quality men.  One would think that is what women would want.  Though the question of what a quality man is needs to be answered.  Is he alpha fux or beta bux, or some combination thereof?  She needs to answer this.

So why do so many women fall down with respect to this?  Is it because they do not understand the rules?  Or maybe they understand them, but don’t care right now?  Perhaps they feel that they have enough power now, and will continue to have it in the near future, and as such will be able to wield it adequately to obtain what they want?  Or maybe they think that career and stuff is what guys want?

So I turn it over to you, why do women seemingly not understand these rules?


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184 comments on “The Deti Creed
  1. Farm Boy says:

    I am a reasonably pleasant person; at least after one gets past my INTJ Death Stare. It is really not so difficult to do this. Why can’t the typical woman?

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  2. Ame says:

    “Be nice.”

    we’re not taught what being nice means, what it looks like, what it *doesn’t* look like. i know i’ve had to learn a lot of this the hard way as my mother’s nature was defiant. she was kind to strangers, but in the home she was often not kind or nice.

    given that … it has helped tremendously when men have stated, in one form or another, either directly or indirectly, what they perceive is nice … and also what they perceive is not nice.

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  3. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    It’s pure vanity. Men are to serve women. Women do not need to qualify themselves to men. In the past, adopting this attitude would see her sitting by the phone on Saturday night. Somehow, things have been changed to allow for this.

    What Deti advises is not all that difficult. “Be nice” would be display a pleasant demeanor.”Be pretty” would be to dress in a feminie manner with modesty.”Don’t get fat” is tobe taken literally. “Be availble” is just that, have minimal time conflicts.

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  4. Cill says:

    I am a reasonably pleasant person; at least after one gets past my INTJ Death Stare

    I think your death stare might be the problem, FB. You need to practice a nice, kindly, avuncular stare, like mine.

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  5. Dragonfly says:

    Farm Boy… Its probably getting annoying now, but I really do think its along the lines of what Ame said, and taking it further to apply it to developing morals and character – being “virtuous,” which I found the Hebrew meaning to be both strength of mind, and strength of body. So emotionally strong or endurance and perseverance (how many women really have *that* down?), mentally strong (will power), Women aren’t taught this anymore, particularly the “nice” part. I wrote in the “goodness” post that our culture celebrates the opposite of virtuous qualities in its girls… so… we’re kind of reaping what mothers have been sowing in their daughters.

    I think it may be true that some may earnestly not know any other way. But at some point in their life, they do know and they don’t choose to mature and develop emotional growth (what I call spiritual growth but for the nonChristians… they think of it as emotional growth/strength). What else is going to keep a woman loyal when her man is down, sick, unable to work for whatever reason for a short or long period of time?

    I think everything comes back to the virtues… but even in biblical times, it was rare to find a woman that was virtuous. But not TOO rare that the husband didn’t add at the end that “Many women have done virtuously….” which gives me hope that it is achievable.

    … just my thoughts… :/

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  6. Ame says:

    Fuzzie – what i learned from my mother was to be selfishly kind – if it suited her. i learned that lying is normal, esp to your spouse, from both my parents. i learned that talking bad and disrespectfully about your spouse to their face in joking ways and behind their back in cutting ways is normal.

    where is learning kind in that?

    i knew i didn’t like my parents, their marriage, or what they taught me. so i intentionally set out to learn differently.

    when my girls were preschoolers i had them memorize 1 Peter 3:4 “[Your beauty] should be that of your inner self, the unfading beauty of a gentle and quiet spirit, which is of great worth in God’s sight.”

    while we have to work with what we’re dealt with physical beauty, we can control our inner beauty. when my girls are truly beautiful, it radiates from their heart and soul through their eyes and what they do and say. i always make note of that and compliment that in them.

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  7. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Your parents make me sad. You must have had to scrap everything you were told and start from scratch.
    I am glad about your daughters. *happy face*

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  8. Ame says:

    Fuzzie – thank you. and, yes. it was a pretty rotten childhood. then they were invited to church when i was nine, we all became christians … then they did stuff in the name of god (can’t use God in this case).

    i had to unlearn a lot.

    but i will say .. i also really and truly listened at church. we had a preacher when i was a girl who went verse by verse through the bible, and i listened. and i believed. and i bided my time till i could get out. and i left.

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  9. Yoda says:

    Be nice
    Be pretty
    Don’t get fat
    Be available

    Wonder if Moehau Man womans follow this they do

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  10. M says:

    Some words from my real life friends and their elders (

    “Reject all stereotypes, especially of men and boys.

    Be a loving person. This will not be physical love, but you must nevertheless be seen as a person of love. To achieve this is so easy for a woman! Just feel it – really feel it – and it will show. Make it general, don’t send an unintended “come on” to any individual man.

    Be a person who loves life. Be positive.”

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  11. Yoda says:

    When my girls were preschoolers i had them memorize 1 Peter 3:4 “[Your beauty] should be that of your inner self, the unfading beauty of a gentle and quiet spirit, which is of great worth in God’s sight.”

    Perhaps all young girls learn this they should.
    Work out well for them in the long run it would

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  12. molly says:

    Men are good at fun. Laugh with them. Make them food, lots of small bites like miniature clams on crackers.

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  13. Yoda says:

    Make food for bears also one might

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  14. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    For the Moehau Man sheilas, I think that he would add, “Paint butt blue.”

    I am sad fot you. Your parents were mean.

    Good to see you!

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  15. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Molly! Burrito, burrito, burrito 🐻 roll.
    I like Yoda’s idea!!!

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  16. molly says:

    Seafood bites

    🍢 🍢 🍢 🍢

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  17. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Food! Yum! Thank you!
    The one saving grace of the new wordpress emoticons is that they saved the bear.

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  18. Spawny Get says:

    The following is not a joke

    ‘The UK’s new polar research ship is to be named RRS Sir David Attenborough, despite Boaty McBoatface previously topping a public vote’. It seems democracy is no longer in vogue anywhere if it delivers the wrong answer

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  19. SFC Ton says:

    Why aren’t women nice

    #1 by nature they are not, and feminism is all about unleashing the natural feral state of women

    #2 women want to be conquered by strong men. Not being nice is a shit test along those lines. However women aren’t smart enough to see how that doesn’t work out like they want

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  20. SFC Ton says:

    The Ton is anti Free Speech.


  21. SFC Ton says:

    The Ton is also anti democracy and all that other dumb shit

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  22. Farm Boy says:

    I wonder if being nice is considered to be “below” women?

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  23. Yoda says:

    ‘The UK’s new polar research ship is to be named RRS Sir David Attenborough, despite Boaty McBoatface previously topping a public vote’.

    Apparently hate Scotsmen the government does

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  24. SFC Ton says:

    Indeed FarmBoy they do.
    Part of feminism is turning women into shitty versions of men, apex alpha men. Women don’t respond to nice so tey think being nice would keep them from being the same as an apex alpha man

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  25. Liz says:

    A few years ago I watched a youtube video of an episode of Ozzy and Harriet (I was trying to find one in particular but was unsuccessful). In this episode the wife of their married, college-aged son (folks got married young back in the day) had a friend who moved in with them. He felt left out because the girls were so helpful they did everything for him. They were also both students, and thin and pretty. And they were students too so they all had “day jobs”.
    The show obviously portrayed a very different dynamic than now. One can see this cultural shift onscreen since it would be unimaginable for a show to portray women this way (solicitous, nice, pleasant) in this day and age. Unless she too were the butt of a joke.

    There’d be more sexual shenanigans if it were a modern day show, obviously (the storyline would doubtlessly revolve around the two women having sex together…likely them not caring, while he falls in love with one of both of them). But he’d be the butt of the joke as a hapless imbecilic house servant male who might get lucky enough to be invited to join for the real “punchline” at the end.

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  26. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    You hit the nail on the head with a modern day plot. There is no escaping the man bashing.

    “Being nice’ would be akin to subordination. We can’t have that when females are presumed superior.

    Would you serve aboard Boaty McBoatface? At least, another direct insult to men was averted.

    Spawny Get,
    Hillary needs to be tied to a chair and made to watch that a few times.

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  27. Liz says:

    “Part of feminism is turning women into shitty versions of men, apex alpha men. Women don’t respond to nice so tey think being nice would keep them from being the same as an apex alpha man”

    This is so true. But I’d add the caveat…they do use “nice” now, but sparingly and only to manipulate. I saw this was a BPD female poster over at Rollo’s. It was textbook. She went in shouting at everyone and calling them “terpers” and “F you” this and that. Next, she was shown to be a complete fraud. Instead of having shame after being caught which would have been a normal female response (historically), she started to be selectively nice to as many white knights as she could try to gather, while being particularly toxic toward any other woman with the temerity to disagree with her (she knew the women weren’t going to white knight).
    It was fascinating to watch the conversion from turbo-bitch to selective supplicant to tease to selective passive-aggressive cuntery.

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  28. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    American politics. Donald Trump puts his foot in his mouth.

    Fortunately, Wall Street is in his neighborhood. His confusion stems from the fact that real estate loans are collateralized and, therefore, secured. Government debt, unless they are borrowing to build something, is not. It’s like borrowing to pay the rent and groceries. Pull away the curtain on this, and the most desirable debt is called into question.
    Donald is smart. He can learn from this. Did you notice that Hillary wasn’t asked? She is too stubborn to learn, even though her husband is sharp on this point.


  29. Liz says:

    Flashback to middle school:
    “You’re so big and strong and smart…not like icky poo Jeff over there was is mean to little ol’ me…”

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  30. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Getting badk to Yoda’s question and the original post, it’s that modern women don’t want to be subordinate. Heck, they don’t even want to be seen as cooperative. They want to dominae without being reponsible or accountable. This is rebellion against God and their own nature.
    Guys, we can’t form unions with women who believe this. *sad face*
    Have fun, alphas!

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  31. Liz says:

    Here is the site the article linked to, Fuzzie.
    I’m not claiming Trump is right on this, but that one offered only selective information, this one is more complete:

    “Pressed to elaborate on his remarks, Mr. Trump did appear to step back. He said that he was not suggesting a default, but instead that the government could seek to repurchase debt for less than the face value of the securities. The government, in other words, would seek to repay less money than it borrowed.”

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  32. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I don’t read the comments at Rollo’s or Dalrock’s. Thanks for reminding me why.

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  33. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Thanks. That was a better source. He is the only one addressing this issue. The rest aree playing at being ostriches.
    We can’t grow the economy out of debt and continue to man bash betas into early graves. Japan considered promoting women to lead them out of their debt. That’s not going to wrrk. Last I heard, their debt was two and a half times their GDP. Fortunately, their people are savers.


  34. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    It is interesting how two disparate issues can come together in this thread. In their blind rush to pander to consumers, business, industry, and governmwnt has forgotten that a whole different group of people has to produce an equivelent amount. They have been stomping on producers for so long, they may not be able to stop.
    That story yesterday about Hillary and the coal miner brough ti home.


  35. SFC Ton says:

    desirable debt? there is no such thing,

    debt = slavery


  36. SFC Ton says:

    modern women crave to be subordinate. is ways to unseemly for this place


  37. Dragonfly says:

    LOL Liz… I think I know exactly who you’re talking about. Yikes!!!

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  38. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I have to amend my previous comment. They will never stop stomping on those who produce in this economy. Not even if it is brought to ruin. It’s a form of tyranny of the nmajority.

    There is sucha a thing as good debt but, it’s not available to ordinary people. In theiry, you can borow money to start some enterprise that pays more that what you need to service the debt.


  39. Dragonfly says:

    Ok, since I thought “be pretty” was generally understood to be fairly easy… maybe a point about that might be helpful.

    There are some women that truly think that most woman aren’t able to at least be a 6 (I’ve had this argument before at a female manosphere blog where they were all denying this).

    Even average looking women can look better with the right knowledge of hair, colors to use with their complexion and makeup. I know because I’ve done this. I also know for a fact that TONS of average looking women do not miss out on marriage even if they **do not** improve their looks to be really hot or otherwise, “above average.” I’ve seen so many women get married that would not be considered (in any way) classically beautiful. They are pretty enough for the man who picks them.

    I’ve actually seen a lot of obese women get married (I’ve seen 5 off the top of my head), women with disabilities find wonderful husbands who cherish them (I’ve personally known 3 of those)… so the women complaining that the average woman is so overlooked or “Invisible” (serious lol) are sadly just wallowing in self-pity. They are only invisible if they truly are plain, have no desire to beautify themselves

    Another thing is how they come across. A shy average girl will definitely be at a disadvantage to some degree because of her insecurities and possibly low self-esteem, but that’s on her and her parents to work on that shyness. Her personality plays a HUGE role in her “prettiness” to men. I’ve seen women described as “hot” that were not classically pretty, but their attitude about life, their personality being extroverted and fun and sensual (without being sexual or immodest) was a HUGE draw that made men crazy about them. These women would definitely have been labeled as “average” if they had accepted that label. But their personalities made them above average and highly sought after and attractive.

    If a woman wants to get married, the “be pretty” part is not only EASILY achievable for most, it actually isn’t always even necessary to get married! (Again, think obese girls’ ability to find willing husbands and girls growing up with serious disabilities). It is as easy as you make it.

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  40. Dragonfly says:

    Maybe just another comment to explain developing a girl’s personality and joyfulness that comes across as super attractive….

    Think of it as girl game (like true girl game that involves becoming more attractive in all aspects of the word). Just like guy game, where pick up artists show how even short or classically unattractive men can get an attractive woman’s attention and get her interested in him, it works the same way to some degree.

    There are certain behaviors and attitudes that men learn will trump their unattractiveness or being short – things that are like catnip to women. Likewise there are also certain beahviors and attitudes that women can learn that will make them go from “invisible” and average, to “Wow! That girl is awesome!”

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  41. Dragonfly says:

    And… I should have finished this thought:

    “They are only invisible if they truly are plain, have no desire to beautify themselves…

    and are crippled with insecurities and low self-confidence.”

    Being insecure and introverted (not just “introverted” mind you), can be a serious drawback and make an average looking woman feel very invisible. I’ve lived through that so I’m not trying to be harsh to those women, just trying to point out that life will get dramatically easier if they drop the insecurity and constant negative head talk, and just go out and have fun and even pursue the shy men a little (learn to be a little seducitve). Inverted women can be superb seducers, but just like men trying to learn PUA, there is an element of their inhibitions and insecurities that they need to get over in order to be attractive.

    Hope this helps!

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  42. Dragonfly says:

    LOL… substitute “introverted women” for “in-verted women” wow


  43. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I have to thank Dragonfly for saying something positive. I have been a downer. To reply to her, in this marketplace a woman has to do a minimal amount of effort to gain the attentions of a motivated man. From the man’s pespective, it is very difficult to find a motivated woman. It all comes down to motivation. I guess that most women want to live independent of men now. It must be fashionable.

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  44. Ame says:

    Fuzzie –
    ” I guess that most women want to live independent of men now. It must be fashionable.”

    women/girls are taught directly that they do not need a man, that they cannot count on men, and that they need to make sure they can support themselves b/c they cannot depend on men. they are taught that men are childish and selfish and won’t be there when you need them.

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  45. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I don’t want to give you a full reply just yet. I am too much of a Debbie Downer right now. However, shifting their allegience away from their potential husband and putting their faith in Corporate Americz and the government is not quite sane.

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  46. Yoda says:

    The last time you had to sit through a training program, you probably thought you were just wasting your time. You were wrong: Research suggests that efforts to raise awareness and train employees about sexual harassment may be worse than a waste. They may actually lead to more tolerance for sexual harassment, as well as greater reliance on stereotypes and more animosity between the sexes.

    A research team at Stanford, for example, used an experiment in which one group of men heard a sexual-harassment policy before conducting a task with an unseen female partner.

    The researchers found, compared to a control group, these men were more likely to believe “most people think both men and women are lower status, less competent, and less considerate,” and personally thought “everybody was lower in status.”

    Another study of participants in a sexual-harassment training seminar found “male participants were less likely than other groups to perceive coercive sexual harassment, less willing to report sexual harassment, and more likely to blame the victim.”

    We all know in the real world the off-color joke told by the cool male coworker may be deemed acceptable, but when uttered by the awkward, pot-bellied, older guy, it’s contributing to a hostile environment and potential fodder for a lawsuit.

    A woman who wants to go out with her colleague or even her supervisor may well be flattered when he makes an advance, but the hapless guy who mistakenly thought she was interested can end up in big trouble.

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  47. Yoda says:

    Would you serve aboard Boaty McBoatface?

    Fought a guy named Dooku I did.
    Many things I could do

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  48. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Sexual harrassment lawsuits are a gift to litiginous women. Anything can constitute grounds and, as it is all in her perceptions, defense is impossible. Perhaps, if it has to pass the standard of being reasonable, there is some hope.

    Count Dooku? He looked a lot like The Rank Film Organisation’s Dracula, didn’t he?


  49. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I have had a chance to consider what you said. I believe that American women have bought into it to the point where they own it outright. It explains much. There is no way for men to counter this. They would see us as trying to sell them proverbial land in Florida.
    MGTOW is not an effective counter. It would be a race to the bottom in demand.

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  50. Cill says:

    MGTOW is not an effective counter

    MGTOW for me has never been a way of countering anything. It’s not a political movement or a “cause”. It is a way of living, a choice or preference, as various as the times and places of MGTOW themselves.

    It’s a way of coping, not countering. A MGHOW makes the decision “women are not worth the risk” then lives his life accordingly. Misery is not an inevitable result of his choice. There is concern for the direction of the world out there, but unless he is steeped in self pity he won’t let it rule his life. In fact, not letting it rule his life is what MGTOW is all about.

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  51. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    What I meant was MGTOW, in an overall sense, could stabilize the SMP by reducing demand from the “boy” side. I had suspected that reduced demand from the “girl” side was skewing the market. I don’t think that it will help to restore balance to the market. Considering what Ame said has lead me to believe that demad is falling off a clif on both sides. The marketplace is not rational.

    On an individual basis, MGTOW makes a lot of sense. I was thinking of the big picture. However, we have to think as individuals because that is all we are.

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  52. Ame says:

    I am not a fan of the ‘teaching’ that goes something like:

    if one person can be ‘great,’ then why can’t EVERY one be great? so … go be great!

    this spills over to little girls … teaching them to look at individual women who have been very successful in their fields and telling these little girls they can do ANY thing if they just work hard enough … that their ONLY boundaries and limitations are themselves and their drive. then this spills over into the teaching that little girls really NEED to reach for the stars b/c NO ONE ELSE will help them in this world. they are on their own. they cannot trust anyone … so if they can’t trust anyone, they better not need anyone – especially men.

    it’s not that females do not have natural gifts and abilities. it’s how they’re trained to perceive and use those natural gifts and abilities – that they NEED to be successful b/c they can’t trust anyone … can’t depend on anyone … b/c people will let you down and leave you stranded. so you’d better dream high, work hard, and do it, cause you’re on your own, baby. girl, you’d BETTER go to college. get that degree. beat out those men before they beat out you and take away your opportunities. don’t let any man tell you that you can’t do it b/c you can! go for it! if you don’t make it it’s b/c you’re not working hard enough. work harder!

    oh .. and don’t just be pretty, but be sexy! but don’t dress to please a man … dress to please yourself.

    I read this to my husband … and he added that girls are taught that if they’ve got *it* to use it to manipulate men to get what they want. they want men, but they want them on *their* terms.


    I prefer teaching my girls from a different pov. I prefer teaching them that God made them for a purpose; find and fulfill that purpose. that what God made is good – including and especially boys/men. that the order God gave us is good and necessary; learn to follow it with a good attitude … b/c it’s what is best for you.

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  53. Yoda says:

    “Guccifer,” the Romanian hacker who broke into Sydney Blumenthal’s email server in March of 2013, claimed in an interview with Catherine Herridge of Fox News that he has already been interviewed by the FBI. Marcel Lehel Lazar, aka “Guccifer,” made his first court appearance after being extradited to the United State on April 1. Lazar was charged in a nine-count indictment that includes three counts of gaining unauthorized access to protected computers. Fox News reported earlier this week that Lazar also claims to have easily – and repeatedly – hacked into Clinton’s personal email server in 2013. Law enforcement sources, however, subsequently told CNN and Fox News that investigators found “no sign” that the notorious hacker breached Clinton’s server.

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  54. Yoda says:

    Related to what Ame did say,

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  55. Yoda says:

    But it all started to unravel for Zaric a few days ago, when some Facebook posts relating to Employees Only sparked a controversy within the industry that has played out publicly on social media. Amid accusations of misogyny and the threat of a boycott of The 86 Co., on Tuesday he stepped down from the spirits company he started.

    This whole incident began last week when EO’s principal bartender Steve Schneider (himself star of the documentary Hey, Bartender) posted a flyer on Facebook seeking job applicants for the new Singapore location, which read:

    NOT JUST A BOYS CLUB. One of New York City’s most iconic bars, Employees Only, is launching its first international location in Singapore. We are looking for badass cocktail waitresses and supervisors to join our team! We want individuals who are driven by providing guests with an unforgettable service experience. We offer the chance to learn from an international team, overseas work exchange opportunities, and a damn good time at work.


  56. Yoda says:

    Glorious Patriarch missing he is


  57. Speaking of sexual harassment…Hill@ry isn’t getting glowing reviews for her stand on this “women’s issue”

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  58. Spawny Get says:

    I think that Hillary is going to need every ounce of her legendary sense of humour.

    Presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump turned his criticism on Hillary Clinton on Friday night by bringing up her treatment of women during Bill Clinton’s sexual affairs.

    “So, I just learned they have a $90 million fund where they’re going to do negative ads,” about Trump and the comments he’s made about women, Trump said at his campaign rally in Eugene, Oregon, on Friday night. “I’m saying to myself, but nobody in this country and maybe in the history of the country politically, was worse than Bill Clinton with women. He was a disaster.”

    “I mean there’s never been anybody like this and she was a total enabler. She would go after these woman and destroy their lives,” Trump said of Hillary. “I mean, have you ever read what Hillary Clinton did to the women that Bill Clinton had affairs with? And they’re going after me with women, give me a break folks!”

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  59. Spawny Get says:

    Buy popcorn, buy shares in popcorn…. this is going to be great

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  60. Spawny Get says:

    Speaking of great.

    1) The ‘right’ (stop laughing at the back) has a small majority in the government. More than that number of MPs may be prosecuted for electoral expenses fiddling. Guilty can mean being banned from politics, jail and a re-run of that seat’s election. This is serious stuff. The central party, chairman interviewed below, paid for a bunch of coaches full of young brainwashes to tour the country helping out in campaigning in key seats. The costs of such a visit were not put on the books for those seats. This is electoral fraud in this country. This is not a joke issue, the government’s majority might be at stake. Cameron looks like the mong that he is and just before the EU referendum.

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  61. Spawny Get says:

    2) The Left (no laughing here, they are) has just had what they think is a great set of election results. The truth though, is that they’re crap. BUT, they’re just good enough that their ‘leader’ gets to hang on. This is the worst possible result for anyone in the party capable of seeing reality (even if using a telescope and a crazy-mirror)

    This morning the Labour party is waking up to both disaster and relief. Disaster because the party is falling into third place in the Scottish Parliament – and third to the Conservatives, a party it has long teased for being unpopular and unacceptable north of the border. And relief because so far in English council seats, Labour is holding its own in a way that pollsters did not predict. If today does, as widely expected, finish with a victory for Sadiq Khan in the London mayoral contest [he did win], Jeremy Corbyn can face his critics in his party with a fair amount of confidence. He can even brush off the humiliation of coming third in the Holyrood elections because disaster for Labour in Scotland has been priced in for a good long time.

    [SNIP] But as Jo Cox has made clear in her response to the election results this morning, the party should be gaining substantial numbers of English council seats if it wants to win a general election in 2020, not just treading water.

    The problem is that this point may well be lost on the party membership, who will accuse the plotters of crying wolf about the disastrous impact Corbyn has had on his party. And that means that the great fear expressed by moderates even before the leadership contest was over, which was that Corbyn could appear to do OK for a few years before seeing the party collapse in a General Election, is starting to be realised.

    In any elections between the general elections (the nationwide ones), the opposition is always supposed to do well. The electorate puts whomever into power, then punishes that party till the next general. Corbyn lost seats. The party had to be making hay, they’re making silage. But Comrade Corbyn is safe…

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  62. Spawny Get says:

    How have the Tories done so well in Scotland? They’re clearly unionist (as in United Kingdom) as opposed to clearly shit (the Scottish Labour Party) and wishy washy. The SNP being (obviously) the divisive one. (I’m pretty ambivalent. If they want out, let ’em go pay their own way. If they want to remain in, let ’em go pay their own way. End the Barnett Formula).

    But another factor exists, a kickboxing lesbian called Ruth Davidson. Leader of the McTories.

    It helped that they had a message that was as clear as it was intuitively plausible. The Tories are the last keepers of the old Unionist religion. If that matters to you – and it does matter to a million or more Scots – they were the logical repository for your vote. But you didn’t have to be a true-blue dyed-in-the-wool Tory to vote for Ruth Davidson. You just needed to think it was time someone – any-bloody-one – stood up to the SNP and reminded them that having the support of half the country does not entitle them to speak for the whole country.

    Not seen much of her, but what I have seen is good. She’s in another league to Camermong and his spineless slugs.


  63. Spawny Get says:

    A bit of poetry for you (which made me laugh)
    Roses are red,
    Violets are blue,
    feminist are dumb
    and should commit seppuku.

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  64. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Some students are better than others. This puppy is teaching its human to sing.

    Spawny Get,
    I am repulsed by the image of the kickboxing lesbian. When did it become all right to get in people’s faces with sexual preference?

    I watched the video. I wish that we had strict controls on campaign spending. Its been a form of legal bribery for as long as I can remember.

    After reading your comment, the girls have to be getting it from all sides frome the cradle to the grave. Be independent, men are bad, dan’t forget-men are bad.
    It explains a lot.
    I wish that I knew how to turn it around.

    To this end, I think that a lot of men going MGTOW is going to make the fembots crazy. Not angry, I mean crazy.

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  65. Spawny Get says:

    Personally I don’t care about her sexuality…as long as she’s competent. She did okay on the main UK politics show today


  66. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    Good that she is competent. There are far too few of those about. While her sexuality is her business, it shouldn’t have to be anyone else’s. Perhap I am objectining to something else at a subconscious leve.


  67. Spawny Get says:

    I think that I only added the kickboxing lesbian bit because it added flavour to just mentioing the leader of the new, largest opposition party in Scotland. i.e. The opposition in Scotland ISN’T LABOUR Ha! Until very recently Scotland regularly delivered a large quota of Labour MPs to London. No more. It’s part of why Labour is so shagged right now…and Comrade Corbyn is making things worse.

    Happy Dance time

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  68. Spawny Get says:

    Like this is news…


  69. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    People are starting to call for closing Women’s Studies Departments at colleges and universities. Among them, notably, is Janice Fiamengo, an English professor at U of Ottowa. To add to this, Captain Capitalism has reported that all universities in Japan have shut down their liberal arts programs.
    This is the source of this madness. May I offr Trigglypuff as evidence?


  70. Spawny Get says:

    “May I offr Trigglypuff as evidence?”

    As long as it doesn’t involve pics, then yeah.

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  71. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    As for SJWs being mentally ill, I have the feeling that it must be progressive. Consider that Big Red is high functioning and Trigglypuff has gone around the bend. How much longer before they all end up in unpolstered rooms?


  72. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    No pictures. Should I link some antidote?


  73. Spawny Get says:

    I guess so, but I have a nagging feeling that pictures will erupt at some point or another


  74. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Unlike other fembots we couod mention, Trigglypuff is kind of a sad case. She is almost ready for the rubber room.
    Anyway, here is antidote in advance.


  75. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Hasn’t this been tried before?

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  76. Dragonfly says:

    This is an awesome sermon by a black man that my husband used to listen to everyday when his schedule was normal 🙂 I started listening to him because I knew my husband spoke so well of him 😀

    [audio src="" /]

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  77. Yoda says:

    The above video shows the Glorious Patriach in all of his glory it does.
    Good way to start the week it is

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  78. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Glorius Patriarch, above video?

    I had forgotten how good looking Teri Garr was until you linked this.


  79. Mrs. Yoda says:

    Teri Garr kind of looks like me when 200 years old I was.
    Though much verde-er I was

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  80. Mrs. Yoda says:

    Tarn apparently has seen the demotivational poster not.
    Worry she should not.
    Made fun of my hair color they did when it was gray not


  81. Liz says:

    “Be nice
    Be pretty
    Don’t get fat
    Be available”

    I’ll quibble with this a bit (and probably annoy people, as is my knack).
    Imagine you sit down to dinner with a pretty, thin, nice and available chick.

    During the course of the first ten minutes this woman whom you’ve barely met proceeds to tell you in a long series of run on sentences about all of the trials and travails of her life. It’s extremely awkward, socially, but she just smiles and looks at you with a dopey stare.
    Or…imagine a woman who is super nice, but catatonically waits for you to tell her everything. Where to sit, where to go, what to watch, and so forth. (Mike dated one of those…he nicknamed her Catatonia).
    It’s say the list is a little more nuanced than the above.

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  82. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Mrs. Yoda,
    Yoda must have been very happy. I hope that he thinks you look even better now. Happy belated Mother’s Day!

    Spawny Get,
    I got to the bottom of my irrational but instant loathing for the lesbian Scots’ MP. It was presumption that she was feminist which would include man hating shrew. It shouldn’t follow that lesbians hate men.Consider Camille Paglia.

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  83. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    A list that simple is not going to cover everything. For setting only four conditions, it’s very achievable.
    Happy belated Mother’s Day!

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  84. Liz says:

    Thanks Fuzzie! 😀

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  85. Liz says:

    I did some reading this morning that brought the above to mind.
    I won’t get specific (it’s no one here) but the woman seems nice, and is pretty, but after a brief perusal of her self described diverse personalities it’s very obvious she is something beyond standard cray.

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  86. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I saw another post about this yesterday but, only thought to link today. These people have to have total control of the narrative because they are not self deluded. They know they are peddling BX.

    Colleges truly are hostile enviornments for men. I have to wonder if a class action Title XI suit on behalf of all men at all institutions could make headway.


  87. Liz says:

    I just found out that one more dual income “power” couple we know are divorcing. Three kids. We guessed this would happen. They’re always playing “tag, you’re it” with the kids and she has a job with long hours and a lot of travel. When she quit that job I was glad and said, “Whew now maybe they can be an actual family…but when she purposely got another travel job I knew it was over.
    Oh, yeah, rumor is she was banging the boss. He’s pretty sure she was too.


  88. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Deti’s suggestions can’t help with cray cray. Come to think of it, that applies to a vety large portion of the population. Aren’t something like twenty five percent of women are taking serious pstchological meds?

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  89. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I am sad to hear it. She should have left weel enough alone. There is no way that she can find a more motivated man to be the father than the father. As for banging the boss, there is no downside for bad behavior anymore. No matter what it is, it’ll be seen as the husband’s fault.


  90. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    She had to think that he was boring because all ever did in his spare time was look after the kids.
    Am I off base on this one?


  91. Liz says:

    “Aren’t something like twenty five percent of women are taking serious pstchological meds?”

    The other night we had friends over who are acquainted with other friends I haven’t seen in over a decade. We knew them back when we lived overseas.
    The wife has stood forever as an example in my mind of one of the worst mothers, as well as the worst wife, I’ve ever seen personally.
    Her kids were horribly behaved, and she picked babysitters by price. The cheaper the better. She liked to shop and travel around the world and would dump the children in all sorts of nefarious places (example, in on of the former eastern Soviet block countries, she shouted out to the masses in a hotel restaurant, “Hey! Any babysitters around here?!”…
    she seriously didn’t give a tinker’s damn about who would be watching her children for days, as long as she was afforded plenty of time to shop for expensive antiques she could show to…important people who cared about shit like that more than the care of their own children…but I ramble).
    We went on a ski trip to Cortina once. She left one of her kids on the coach in the lobby for the day because he had the flu and she wanted to ski but couldnt’ find anyone to watch him. This child was three or four….I cancelled my ski trip for the day to watch him. The night before her kids had been running around the hall outside our door while I was trying to sleep with ours. She and her husband were downstairs watching a band play…they just left a two year old and three or four year old alone without any way to check if they were okay. I left mine for a few minutes to carry them downstairs and find their parents. Their child got sick the next morning…maybe he found and ate an old bone on the ground or something.
    Obviously there was something wrong with him as well to tolerate this.

    At any rate…where was I? Oh, yeah they’re still married but she keeps contracts on file for things he has agreed to. So if they are having a disagreement she brings out a contract and says, “You signed here…” I guess her parents had a bad divorce and this is how communication goes in her home.
    Yes, cray. Of course she isn’t nice either, but she did put on a good game face before she had kids.
    That was cathartic.

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  92. Dragonfly says:

    Liz, I think it’s more complicated than that, too. I really think personality and how one comes across matters in dating – just like with men. Different types will like different types.

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  93. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    What an awful mother! That bit about shopping for antiques while ignoring the kids brought back memories. I don’t think that the kids are going to turn out well. Her own mother couldn’t have been this bad.

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  94. Liz says:

    “She had to think that he was boring because all ever did in his spare time was look after the kids.
    Am I off base on this one?”

    I don’t think it had anything to do with being “boring”, Fuzzie. It was a power struggle. Power struggles are not good for marriages…they are lose/lose.

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  95. Liz says:

    I’m kind of surprised those kids are still alive, Fuzzie. Now they have four.

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  96. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I see what you mean about power struggles. I can see how they would be lose-lose.
    Those poor kids! Boarding school might be a good idea. I wouldn’t normally suggest it but, with this level of neglect…

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  97. Liz says:

    Good article, Bloom.
    My main fear is that so many people are personally, emotionally entrenched when it comes to Trump. Scott Adams makes great points about his effectiveness of the power of persuasion but in my experience one can only persuade a person before they become emotionally invested against (or for) something. After that, it’s kind of like getting them out of a cult. Their psyche won’t allow them to admit they were wrong.
    This describes an awful lot of anti-Trump people.

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  98. Dragonfly says:

    “So if they are having a disagreement she brings out a contract and says, “You signed here…””

    OMG… lol… that is so horrible.

    😦 those poor kids though. They don’t deserve that life, hopefully nothing will happen so that they can grow up and with enough self-awareness to reject that model. 😦 but I’ve heard that’s very hard to do.

    I know a family that kind of reminds me of that, though not as bad at all. But it is very sad for the kids, especially the younger ones because they really are in a dangerous house where they could actually die (there’s dangerous stuff everywhere, they live with trash and dangerous articles on the floor, even old food…) it is ridiculous. I’ve tried really really hard to help this woman (who is older than me though… all my friends seem to now be 5-10 years older, some even mid-40’s). It’s been years of trying to help her, and even in backwards ways of trying to get her to “help” me with something, but they are so dangerous and irresponsible that we can’t go over there anymore or be around their older (extremely bad behaved, mean) kids.

    Did you have to distance yourself from that family? I find I really can’t tolerate crazy people. I try really hard… sometimes for years, but if they don’t actually want to make their life better or are dangerous to our kids, then it’s “Bye!”

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  99. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    These people have so much spite in them that they would split the ticket in the general election and had it to Hillary.
    It a long way to November and it is going to get very ugly.


  100. Liz says:

    “Did you have to distance yourself from that family?”

    Oh yeah. As you mention, I didn’t want that influence on our kids.
    After getting to know them, we only hung out with them when group (military) functions required it.
    Apparently she also got a high powered career job working for a big furniture/decorator company where she was able to do what she wanted…travel the world shopping, and was paid for it (while her husband made sure to be home with the kids). Then, she got pregnant. Apparently now she refuses to do pretty much anything. He went on a deployment and she refused to unlock the gate for the lawn people (she didn’t even have to do the lawn, just unlock the gate) so the backyard became a jungle. She refused to clean the pool so it turned into a swamp. She left one window in the SUV down and the rain came and the cats came…the cleanup cost when he got home set him back several thousand.

    Anyway, I guess I’m done sport-complaining about stupid cracks now. LOL!

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  101. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Liz and Dragonfly bring up another consideration for men while dating-the welfare of kids yet to be born. That is more than a little scary. As Farm Boy likes to remind us, girls aren’t prepared to be mothers anymore or, it’s of secondary importance.

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  102. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I wouldn’t widh her attentions on my own worst enemy.
    Another relationship hazard.


  103. SFC Ton says:

    So if they are having a disagreement she brings out a contract and says, “You signed here

    Every woman does that with her mental Rolodex. Lest that one is honest enough to have it written down

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  104. Liz says:

    It is true her contracts might just be an “honest” method for replacing the haphazard mental rolodex approach to relationship conflict.
    Alternately, it might be just another method for her to demonstrate more of her petty shitbaggery.
    I know which one I’d place my money on.

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  105. Liz says:

    I do admit that it can be a refreshing change when a person (typically a chick) just states things plainly.
    I’ve admitted I am sport bitching here. Nothing I have said above improves anything nor is it terribly constructive. It definitely isn’t uplifting. I try not to do this but from time to time it is cathartic (and this information is new, and I don’t have a blog, and Swithy is nice enough to tolerate my OT commentary).

    More OT musings:
    We have a new generation of photocompositional experts in chicks with selfies shots.
    And the standard message at the bottom of the pose is something along the lines of:
    “Love my new sink!”

    Not the truth, which would be:
    “Hi everyone check out this new bikini I just bought with only 1.7 square inches of total fabric. I want everyone to tell me that I am hot. I’ve made 50 photos and ensured the lighting perfect, and this position hides the bruise on the left side of my hip, while accentuating the curve. It’s really hard to maintain this posture for any length of time but it looks good and totally natural in the photo…”

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  106. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    This is completely of topic. There have been a series of videos on this Canadian restaurant chain turning away from local beef and buying beef from Kansas. It just got a whole lot stranger.
    Warning: the video has a clip of an halal kill in a slaughterhouse. It is not for the squemish.,

    A couple of threads ago, Spawny and I discussed halal and kosher kills. It is unnecessarily brutal. Normally, the animal is “conked out” using a special pistol.

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  107. Liz says:

    Thanks for the warning, Fuzzie. I don’t think I want to watch an animal killed in a brutal fashion. I’ll take your words for it.
    That sounds awful. 😦

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  108. Yoda says:

    Presently eating a pastie I am.
    Enjoying this video also I would be

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  109. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    With this third installment in the rebel meia video series, it just got crazy. I think this is an Alberta chain and that province produces al ot of beef. Whyt would they go to Kansas? There was some talk about bogus cerificates of good treatment. Then, there is this.
    Maybe Sumo can add something since it is in his backyard.


  110. Yoda says:

    In a scene reminiscent of the attack on Australian journalists in Stockholm, journalists were forced to stop filming yet again in the Swedish capital.

    A crew from Norway’s NRK TV channel were planning on interviewing Swedish economist Tino Sandandaji when they were approached by several young Muslim men who threatened them and forced them to leave and stop filming Expressen reports.

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  111. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Did you ever have a day when you couldn’t satisfy nayone?
    I have a problem with nude art. It’s great to look at but where will you display it?


  112. Yoda says:

    If to torture yourself you do desire


  113. Yoda says:

    I have a problem with nude art. It’s great to look at but where will you display it?

    Not eating that kind of pastie I am.

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  114. SFC Ton says:

    leave it to a woman to gloss over the intent of my statement

    which is AWALT, the difference is in the degrees


  115. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Until Mizzou, I had never heard of the opressed or demonstrators chasing away the press. If they were getting the short end, the press would help get the word out. It is as if they don’t want the word to get out.


  116. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Thiteen minutesw of Hillary would require the ten hour version of PFUDOR to recover.

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  117. Yoda says:

    Lead protester at U of Missouri he was,

    Butler, who grew up in Omaha, Nebraska, is the son of an railroad executive whose compensation in 2014 was $8.4 million, according to regulatory filings.

    In one, nearly 15 minutes long that was published to YouTube in March 2011, Butler says he wants to “address the issue—a very important issue—of XX versus XY. Yes, ladies and gentlemen, male and female: which is better.”

    Butler and a guest continue to discuss the problem of “ratchet women,” who flirt and generally are not well-behaved, by their reckoning.

    “So you’re saying, she jumps from male to male,” Butler says, continuing: “So this would be like in the kingdom, the wild kingdom, where they’re trying to get their prey.”

    At one point, Butler asks his guest: “So what he’s saying is that us as men, we don’t have issues, it’s all women, obviously, because what do we do? We just eat, sleep, work, we’re the backbone. Is that what you’re saying? … You’re saying all women are trash, is that what you’re saying?

    Butler’s guest holds forth at length about how women “will lie, cheat, steal to get what they want. … That’s how females are these days. They will just—just lie.”

    Butler chimes in, echoing the sentiment: “Just lie! Just lie! That’s dirty.”

    Another 9-minute video, posted to YouTube in July 2011, features Butler singing about cooking crack cocaine with his love interest.


  118. SFC Ton says:

    13 mins of Hill lying? Reckon you could pick and random 13 mins of her talking and it would be 13 mins of lying

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  119. Liz says:

    “13 mins of Hill lying? Reckon you could pick and random 13 mins of her talking and it would be 13 mins of lying

    It’s just a matter of degrees. 😉


  120. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I may need the ten hour PFUDOR video anyway. As for the lying, is it that she is a womwn or a politician? To add to that,it may be part of her personal make up. After all, she is Hillary.


  121. SFC Ton says:

    deception is the only weapon nature gave women so all women lie like they breathe, natural and automatic.


  122. Spawny Get says:

    Ton, I didn’t know you’d met my wife…

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  123. Spawny Get says:

    Yoda, can you get Farm Boy to schedule the drafted article?
    Could start a good discussion over what & when, I reckon
    Thank you, you know who you are. Sorry about the delay, I’ve been busy getting a bit sunburned while laying decking. I think we’ve just had Summer 2016.


  124. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Were the pheasants any help?


  125. Spawny Get says:

    Hmm, I’ve just realised that I haven’t seen ’em for about a week now. Oops. Maybe they’re nesting down the bottom of the field?

    Liked by 1 person

  126. Spawny Get says:

    Much the same as Tarn, come to think of it

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  127. Spawny Get says:

    I’ve just seen the cover of one of Vox’s Hugo recommendations, can’t stop laughing

    Liked by 1 person

  128. SFC Ton says:

    If you’ve meet one you’ve pretty meet ’em all Spawny


  129. Farm Boy says:

    There is a new post.

    Liked by 2 people

  130. Yoda says:

    Farm Boy busy lately been he has.
    Less so in the near future he would be

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  131. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    Do you think that they may have a plan? Visit a bunch of homes and that many more humans will be looking out for them? They may be bird brains but, if I could think of it, they could.

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  132. Liz says:

    Space. Raptor. Butt. Invasion.
    That’s like something Southpark would come up with LOL.

    Liked by 2 people

  133. Liz says:

    “I don’t always take a hot splooge bareback colon wash, but when I do, I make sure it’s from a reptilian hunk o’ space raptor!’

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  134. Liz says:

    This could be a new chapter for Pimpin’.


  135. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    This “Space Raptor” thing is making me nervous.
    Here’s a video from a youtuber witha similar handle. This is pure goofiness and it features a few cats for Liz.

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  136. Liz says:

    I’m worried too. How is it I’ve never heard of space Raptor kink?!
    I must be behind the times. 🙂

    BTW Fuzzie, Mike is on TDY at the new base and the first night there he saw three deer and a bear (in base housing). Thought I’d share. 😀

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  137. Spawny Get says:

    iirc part of what launched Vox’s campaign was a previous winner called ‘if you were a dinosaur, my love’,_My_Love

    So, Chuck Tingle’s book was a natural choice to make the awards look dumb.

    Chuck reminds me somewhat of GBFM lolozolozoll, it will be amusing if he ever uncloaks

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  138. Liz says:

    Is that book real?!
    I feel so outclassed. LOL!

    Liked by 1 person

  139. Liz says:

    I meant the complete guide to romance one.
    With the raptor in the back, that’s just too damn funny.

    Liked by 1 person

  140. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Three deer and a bear? How were they able to apply for base housing and get it?
    It sounds like a very weird rent share setup.

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  141. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Was that Tarn sporting the “sexy librarian” look?

    If I were him, I would fecommend sleeping with my back to a wall.

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  142. Spawny Get says:

    That’s my Amazon recommendations page buggered

    Liked by 1 person

  143. Liz says:

    I thought you’d photoshopped that unicorn!
    This is hilarious. I’d like to buy one just out of morbid curiosity, but I can’t imagine what my sons would think if they saw a copy of that on my ipad.

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  144. Spawny Get says:

    I’d have been proud to have gimped that, which is probably another of his books’ title

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  145. Yoda says:

    It was the day after the solar eclipse, a very spiritual time for the country, which prompted locals to believe that the events were somehow linked. Pardin rescued the doll and took it home to his village, where it was treated with great respect. His mother dressed it up in pretty clothes and even gave it a Muslim headscarf to wear. Locals became increasingly curious about the “angel,” so police investigated, fearing unrest from the villagers.

    Police officer Heru Pramukarno explained,”We were hearing many stories, such as that the ‘fallen angel’ was crying when she was discovered. When our officers arrived they saw that the ‘fallen angel’ was just a doll, it was a sex toy.”


  146. Tarnished says:

    Here, Fuzzie.
    It’s not PFUDOR, but it is one of my favorite songs accompanied by the sufficiently cutesy type of animation bears seem to enjoy:

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  147. Tarnished says:

    As to the whole “being nice” thing…It’s actually more difficult to be mean and selfish. To be nice, all you have to do is treat others as you’d like to be treated. Not rocket science, imho.

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  148. Cill says:

    That Chuck Tingle book is a rip off. Don’t buy it unless you don’t mind being shafted.

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  149. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    That video was excellent! I really am a lovebug bear.


  150. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    That was a good link to spiked. Feminists are going to make consent a weapon and they are going to make it revokable after the fact. It has to stem from their theory that all heterosexual sex is rape.
    They are complete sickos.

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  151. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I watched it again. Just as good!


  152. Liz says:

    “Don’t buy it unless you don’t mind being shafted.”

    Would you say there’s too much tongue in cheek? (bwahaha!)

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  153. Liz says:

    Perhaps this literature is more deeply penetrating…maybe we’re distracted by what immediately hits the eye.

    (okay, NOW I’m putting back on my mittens…I blame you Swithy!)

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  154. Tarnished says:

    Glad you liked it, Fuzzie. 🙂

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  155. thedeti says:

    With this I was trying to show women how easy it can be to be attractive to men in the woman’s own attractiveness range.

    Be nice: Most women can accomplish this by simply not being cunty bitches. Being pleasant, cheerful, optimistic, and working on eliminating resting bitch face helps. Showing some interest in the guy’s hobbies and interests is also a plus here.

    Be pretty: Note that this does NOT say “be hot”. All that’s required here is for her to look the best she can. Don’t chop off your hair. Wear decent, tastefully applied makeup. Have a decent hairdo. Look your best when you go out in public.

    Don’t get fat: Don’t get morbidly obese. Most guys are going to forgive an extra 10 to 20 lbs. (a stone, for those of you across the pond). Looking like an international fitness model with washboard abs and 5% bodyfat is NOT required here. Just be in decent shape and don’t be grossly fat.

    Be available: At least make it fucking look like you want a man in your life. If you’re interested and you can’t make a particular date, propose an alternate. Don’t be so goddamn busy that you don’t have time for your man, or any man. If you are really so busy that you dont’ have time to date, yet are complaining that men aren’t interested in you, you need to shut the fuck up because you don’t really want to date that bad. If you’re so busy that you don’t have time to date, then own that shit and STFU.

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  156. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    All these suggestions are practical, simple, easy, and effective. However, if this post were read by single women, they would be howling with protest. It is not too hard for an enterprising women to put herself miles ahead of the pack.
    Oh, well.

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  157. Dragonfly says:

    Whoa Deti! Really strong language!

    That Makow article where he’s white knighting for women who he thinks feel invisible even though they’re average looking, is really really off. First off, he’s a conspiracy theory nut (although very interesting in some ways for sure), but second: he went after super duper hot women, and based his marriages SOLELY on sex appeal and physical attraction.

    Then his article goes on to tell men that they have to pick 10 qualities to build their perfect women. Of course he makes sure that he puts 10 of the most important characteristics a future wife and mother could have, and then has a column to choose from that is only “Sex Appeal” written over and over.

    In my opinion, not sure what you would think Deti, he is basically telling men that you can’t have both, that if you want a “perfect woman,” you need to choose these 10 non-negotiable characteristics and forgo any hope of having “sex appeal” added to that list.

    Switch out the words “sex appeal” for “physical attraction” and it helps one understand his underlying goal much better. He’s trying to say that men shouldn’t value physical attraction (which is what sex appeal is based on). It’s a form of white knighting that is particularly interesting… and trying to appeal to women while at the same time, shaming men for their valuing sex appeal and physical attraction – something that’s built into men.

    And in his article… he wonders what happened to that woman he passed over for hotter ones. Um… I’m pretty sure she ended up happily married, with kids, and a family and very pleasant (as much as it was up to her) life! She’s no victim like he’s trying to make her out to be in his white-knighting article about “invisible women.” I’m pretty certain she ended up happy… he’s the one that regrets not picking better.

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  158. Dragonfly says:

    I should have added the article:

    It’s interesting that he misses a huge point here: that one shouldn’t base their marriage solely on physical attraction. That’s so obvious, which is why this whole article is just white-knighting and playing like the one he “passed over” was some kind of victim.

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  159. Ame says:

    Deti –

    these should be practiced regardless of whether or not a man is around.
    if my girls aren’t nice, do not try to look their best, don’t take care of their health to the best of their ability, and are not available to be kind and help others, they know their mamma ain’t happy.

    when taught to live like this, treating men the same will be natural.

    those who fight it are like wild animals that need to be broken but just don’t know it … and that should have already been done by their parents. no man should have to break in a woman that defiant.

    when in a relationship:

    – a wife needs to dress and be pretty in the ways her own husband likes. there are things my husband likes in the way I dress and do my hair and makeup, so I do them. it’s not a big deal, but … … why women make this into such a big deal is beyond me … and selfish, and stupid.

    – a wife needs to be available to her husband in the ways he likes. not all men like the same thing or want the same thing. know your man, and do for him the things he, personally, likes. a very simple example, my husband loves it when I get him milk for dinner. I hate milk. I mean, I HATE milk. it disgusts me to the point I could probably vomit at the thought if I let myself. but not only does he love milk, he loves when I pour his glass for him. why? idk. it doesn’t matter. he likes it, so I do it. the end.

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  160. Liz says:

    “– a wife needs to dress and be pretty in the ways her own husband likes. there are things my husband likes in the way I dress and do my hair and makeup, so I do them. it’s not a big deal, but … … why women make this into such a big deal is beyond me … and selfish, and stupid.”

    Yeah, I have to give some things up when Mike is home. Like, putting my hair in a ponytail (or up in any way). Or, wearing my “mom jeans”. LOL
    I actually jumped off the treadmill when he comes home early to put on something he likes (I prefer baggy running shorts). Right now he’s away for about a month for training, so it’s back to baggy stuff and ponytails. *silly face*

    At any rate, wearing what he likes means a lot to him, and it’s easy…but just going out of one’s way to show you care enough to do that sends the message he’s valuable to you.
    He thinks it’s hilarious I do this, btw (jump off the treadmill, or stop what I’m doing and run to the closet to change).

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  161. Ame says:

    “He thinks it’s hilarious I do this, btw (jump off the treadmill, or stop what I’m doing and run to the closet to change).”

    he thinks it’s hilarious in a, “Wow, my wife’s HOT and she’s willing to do that for ME!”

    and your kids see that … they’re watching … and learning … how a wife treats her husband with deference and respect. way to go, Liz!

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  162. Liz says:

    Aw thanks Ame. I’d like to think so.
    It’s funny how little things like that can be a pretty big deal (make a big impact). Little kindnesses and considerations and so forth.
    I don’t want to toot my own horn, the stuff I do he pretty much taught me. I wasn’t as considerate when we first started out.

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  163. Yoda says:

    At least make it fucking look like you want a man in your life. If you’re interested and you can’t make a particular date, propose an alternate. Don’t be so goddamn busy that you don’t have time for your man, or any man

    Why women do this they do?
    Trying to be “hard to get” they are?

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  164. Ame says:

    we don’t have to be perfect, Liz … we just have to be willing to learn and then willing to do what we’ve learned with a good attitude. you’ve totally rocked it 🙂

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  165. Yoda says:

    Most women can accomplish this by simply not being cunty bitches. Being pleasant, cheerful, optimistic

    Oddly enough, old time women taught to be pleasant they were.
    Even in stories it was.
    Consider the lesson of Cinderella and her step-sisters one could

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  166. Ame says:

    Yoda – cause they don’t care … and it’s all about them … cause they never stop to think that the world does not revolve around them.

    and it’s in the little things this is taught.

    another little example:

    I’ve been keeping this sweet little girl for four years now while her parents are working. I love her. I took her to a class the other night where her mother was going to pick her up. she had her backpack and lunchbox from school separate. I told her she needed to put her lunchbox in her backpack. she didn’t want to. I told her that she needed to do this to be considerate of other people. there were going to be lots of kids and a few adults to keep up with everything. it would be selfish for her to expect them to keep up with two of her things when they only had to keep up with one if she were thoughtful. I told her she wants to be thoughtful and kind, so she will put her lunchbox in her backpack. she put her lunchbox in her backpack,

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  167. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I think that I know why Ame pours the milk and Liz jumps off the treadmill. You’re both sweet on your husbands and believe that they deserve as much respect as they have for you.
    That is a good thing.

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  168. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I have another line for Deti’s list- Don’t flake. It took a while to figure out what “flaking” is. I always understood it to be “getting stood up” from the guy’s perspective. If you need to break a date, contact him and tell him why. Then, suggest an alternative. I have heard of estimates like thirty percent of first dates for this behavior.

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  169. Liz says:

    I had to share this, someone posted it at another (military) blog:

    Bagpiper at a Funeral

    As a bagpiper, I play many gigs. Recently I was asked by a
    funeral director to play at a graveside service for a homeless
    man. He had no family or friends, so the service was to be at a
    pauper’s cemetery in the back country. As I was not familiar
    with the backwoods, I got lost and, being a typical man,
    I didn’t stop for directions.

    I finally arrived an hour late and saw the funeral guy had evidentlygone and
    the hearse was nowhere in sight. There were only thediggers and crew left
    and they were eating lunch.

    I felt badly and apologized to the men for being late. I went to theside of
    the grave and looked down and the vault lid was already inplace. I didn’t
    know what else to do, so I started to play.

    The workers put down their lunches and began to gather around.I played out
    my heart and soul for this man with no family and friends.I played like I’ve
    never played before for this homeless man.

    And as I played ‘Amazing Grace,’ the workers began to weep. They wept,I
    wept, we all wept together. When I finished I packed up my bagpipesand
    started for my car. Though my head hung low, my heart was full.

    As I opened the door to my car, I heard one of the workers say,
    “I never seen nothin’ like that before and I’ve been putting in
    septic tanks for twenty years.”

    Apparently, I’m still lost…

    I didn’t want to give away the punchline early by admitting it made me laugh out loud.
    Sumo, do you go under another alias and post on military forums?

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  170. Ame says:

    Fuzzie – it’s a choice that becomes habit … then a choice to maintain the habit. it must be maintained on more than emotions and feelings.

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  171. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I can see how it becomes a habit, a good habit.
    Milk ia can be a very exotic beverage. I saw a film once with my Dad about a gu stuck in the boonies for months. When he was rescued, I was surprised that he wanted milk but, my Dad understood.

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  172. Ame says:

    Fuzzie –


    now ice cream!!! that’s a WHOLE different story! me wuvs ice cream 🙂
    (my most fav ice cream is Alden’s Mint Chocolate Chip – yummm!)


  173. Liz says:

    I detest milk too.
    And cheese (and all other things that look like milk or cream, or mayo).
    I have the ice cream exception too. 🙂


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