Intimidated and Afraid


Over at the Conservative Woman,

Jon Birger, author of Date-onomics: How Dating Became a Lopsided Numbers Game, explains that because female graduates outnumber male ones and now for the first time in history women out-earn men in their twenties, there is a dearth of ‘eligible men.’

Educated women will only date their ‘equals’ because of assortative mating, and as there are now more female graduates than male, the men hold all the cards.

But the magazine never asks why women pick from this ever-shrinking pool of equally educated men. The truth is that these women, despite decades of feminism, are holding out for the alpha males who will out-earn them. These men are fewer and fewer.

So we have lots of highly educated high-powered independent women who are looking for the same in a fella.  And they are not there.  And the women are unhappy.

To make the situation even more galling to these women is that significant numbers of their highly educated male cohorts are just not interested in them for anything long term. It was only a matter of time before this issue came up in the comments, with GirlPower chiming in,

Many men feel threatened, intimidated and emasculated by intelligent, opinionated, successful, assertive women like myself.

Perhaps some men do feel intimidated, but a large number do not.  They just don’t like that product, and stay away from it.  Personally, I don’t like broccoli, and I don’t buy it, cook it, or eat it.  I am not intimidated by broccoli.  Now consider such women. Are they likely to be fun and pleasant?  For you, the guy; not for her frenemies?

Let us dive in a bit deeper.  Girlpower asserts that that she is intelligent, opinionated, successful and assertive.  Let us assume that this is all true.  Any fella in an LTR with her would probably have to work very hard to maintain any semblance of dominance or even equality.  Guys can sense this, and they know instinctively that if they lose this, than it is all over.  She will lose respect for him and dump him, with no doubt cash and prizes involved. Even many blue-pill guys understand this.

So we have women who just do not do it for guys,  and also raise red flags to even blue-pill men, giving a strong stay-away message.  Why do these women not understand?

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366 comments on “Intimidated and Afraid
  1. Ame says:

    “So we have women who just do not do it for guys, and also raise red flags to even blue-pill men, giving a strong stay-away message. Why do these women not understand?”

    they believe the lie and deny the truth. they don’t need anyone to tell them anything b/c they already know it all.

    i actually sense some of this in my step son. he wants to already know everything. he doesn’t like anyone to tell him something he doesn’t know. he wants to figure it out on his own without needing any help of any kind. i know there’s the part where one needs to define themselves. but there’s also the part where one learns to adhere to wisdom, and that they do not have all wisdom.

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  2. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    These women, if approached, would cut a man’s heart to ribbons as soon as look at him. I don’t think they would be very much fun to be around. That kind of puts long term relationships out of the question.

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  3. SFC Ton says:

    as a general rule the worst thing a 15 year old can do is listen to their parents.

    their parents and their parents’ parents created this shit-sandwich

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  4. SFC Ton says:

    “The ladies are on the prowl. They are young, beautiful, educated and talented – everything a young man could want – yet for some mysterious reason, they are single”

    Do these ass clowns ever stop to think that is what young men are told to want but don’t necessarily put much stock in those things themselves?

    And how are the defining beautiful? Is it like the Ton definition or big is beautiful feminist definition of the word

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  5. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    It does take more than the usual amount of gall to ask “Where are all the good men?” when they impose the 80/20 rule,take full advantage of affirmative action, and never miss an opportunity to bad mouth us.

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  6. Ame says:

    Ton –
    “as a general rule the worst thing a 15 year old can do is listen to their parents.

    their parents and their parents’ parents created this shit-sandwich”

    lots of truth there. at some point, though, they’re going to have to recognize they’re not islands, and they need others … that they don’t know everything. doesn’t have to be their parents. i don’t have this issue with my girls. i’ve always been very honest with them and forced them to look at all sides and to make their own choices … and then to face the consequences of those choices, good/bad/ugly/indifferent.

    the whole system gets to take credit for this. my step son had a language arts (English) teacher this past year who was incensed he chose not to write an essay that was assigned. she put him in detention with the intent of having him there until he wrote the essay. i don’t remember how that ended. but by the end of the year, he was failing junior English (his 2nd year to take it b/c he failed it last year) and senior English. it wasn’t that he didn’t know the stuff, it was that he didn’t want to do the work. so what did they do? they called him into the office, gave him links to two online tests to take for each class. if he passed the online tests, they would give him a 70 passing grade in each class. of course he passed the tests with flying colors. so he’s passed all his classes and will get his diploma. and what did he learn? certainly not that he could trust anyone much less any system.

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  7. BuenaVista says:

    “Many men feel threatened, intimidated and emasculated by intelligent, opinionated, successful, assertive women like myself.”

    Fifteen or 20 years ago women were advised to “brand” themselves in the the commenter does. Oddly, you don’t run into a lot of men (i.e., you run into zero) who feel required to announce to their social cohort that they’re “intelligent, opinionated, successful, assertive”. In romantic contexts it’s usually fatal to tell a romantic partner what he’s supposed to think about her, obviously. We like to make our own minds up.

    Incidentally, she must be a dog because they normally include in their list of superlatives “beautiful, amazing, magnetic” etc.

    Anyway, if you date someone who self-brands herself as an undiscovered Worldclass Woman of Wonderfulness, it’s very confusing around the house. They lurch into toxic assertiveness or opinionated-ness according to seemingly arbitary rhythms. It’s like they panic when they realize they’re just being pleasant and everyone is having a good time: this is not “assertive” enough. And when they misbehave it’s always justified by their self-branding, which leads them to say “He’s just intimidated by me …” when the guy goes, “I think I’d rather pull weeds all weekend than listen to this crap.”

    My take is it’s just an elaborate shit-test, and laughing at them makes it stop. (Well, okay, or go away.) I was on the phone last night with a woman who self-brands and virtue-signals like this, someone I dated briefly a few years ago. I hadn’t talked to her in two years. She’s a super-amazing woman of wonderfulness with a Ph.D from Harvard, which oddly makes its way into every other conversation. Anyway I was half in the bag and I asked her if she still had her dog sleep in her bed and does she still make men sleep with the dog if they sleep with her? which sequed into a brief summary of the virtues of doggie and hair-pulling and my fondness for looking at the back of a woman’s head. This *furthered* the conversation, and she offered me some consulting work on her new startup. Correct, I was rambling on about her sexual proclivities, boob job and spanking — and she wants to hire me.

    Because I have a lot of woman friends with teenage or older sons, I am always stunned that they are not concerned at all about the social and legal world their sons are shortly joining. They are so convinced of the female imperative that they are incapable of seeing how it is affecting, and will affect, their own boys.

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  8. BuenaVista says:

    I suppose men do some self-branding, but it’s mostly in business-related contexts (Linked-In). And even there, the ones you want to talk to are not the ones who say “Collaborative, forward-thinking team builder ….” but rather the guy who says, “I have been 150% of quota for 11 consecutive years, motherfuckers.”

    Women talk, men do.

    Some of the more enjoyable tomboys I’ve known get this and promote what they *do*. “I’ve only wrecked two motorcycles and one Porsche. Can I drive yours?” Or they’ll mention that they’re typed in a 767 or ran an offshore subsidiary with full P&L control.

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  9. Tarnished says:

    intelligent, opinionated, successful, assertive women like myself.

    Intelligent?✔
    Generally a good trait.

    Successful?✔
    Definition tends to vary from person to person, but also generally a good trait to have.

    Opinionated?❌
    Sounds like doublespeak for “I’m always right, and nothing can convince me otherwise.”

    Assertive?❌
    Not even doublespeak at that point. This just lets me know you’re argumentative and probably a bit of an egomaniac.

    So only 50% of what she thinks is attractive actually is. If I wouldn’t want this in either a male or female mate, I’ve no idea why a man should want it in a woman.

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  10. Tarnished says:

    Many men feel threatened, intimidated and emasculated

    If make men feel this way they do, and yet still desire one, perhaps stop it they should.

    Like complaining about a beaten dog refusing to come back to its abusive human, this is.

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  11. Yoda says:

    She’s a super-amazing woman of wonderfulness with a Ph.D from Harvard, which oddly makes its way into every other conversation

    Not “every conversation” it does?

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  12. BuenaVista says:

    FW, take Deti’s advice. A man is always in somebody’s 20%.

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  13. Tarnished says:

    Whatever happened to attributes like kindness, integrity, perseverance, honesty, and loyalty?

    Is it so wrong to cultivate a personality that makes people actively want to be in your company? Is it now a weakness to care about one’s significant other? Where does love fit in all of this?

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  14. BuenaVista says:

    Yoda, not sure what you mean, but people whose self-esteem is constructed on their “credentials” are still talking about college in middle age. It works — with other people of the same stripe. This particularly woman is feeling insecure because a) she’s starting her first company; and b) she was fired without warning from her prior job. (It’s good to get fired a time or two in one’s 20’s, I think. A lot harder to take when you’re older, if you haven’t been through it.)

    Perhaps I misunderstand you.

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  15. BuenaVista says:

    I know you didn’t mean it, Tarn, but if you have to tell someone you’re “intelligent” … you’re not. If you have to tell someone you’re “successful”, you’re hiding something.

    Far better for everyone in town to be saying, “Where the fuck did that guy/girl come from?”

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  16. Yoda says:

    Many people like that that I know talk about their awesome resume every conversation they do.
    A big turn-off it is

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  17. Tarnished says:

    I agree with you, BV.
    Qualities like success and intelligence should be evident while getting to know a person. Constantly repeating something doesn’t make it true. It often means the exact opposite.

    My comment was not regarding this fact though. Rather, I was pointing out that two of the traits this woman is so proud to specifically state on her “resumé” are instead negatives.

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  18. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    A collective solution is needed. Not one for just one bear.
    It’s still killing me how white girl office workers can elevate their status to being above that of oil field workers. From what I have heard, oil field workers spend a lot of of time in school pursuing post graduate studies.
    Vanity doesn’t have to make sense.

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  19. Tarnished says:

    A man is always in somebody’s 20%.

    This is also true.
    One woman will find different features attractive that another is unimpressed by.

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  20. I have always preferred a work/life/relationship environment based on performance over posturing. What matters is what people do, not what they say they do/believe. Action, not words.

    Oddly it seems many people value the opposite.

    If one is truly a ninja, the sneak attack as BV describes (what??? Where did he/she come from?) is the ultimate in competitive edge… Being underestimated can be an advantage. Bragging about one’s greatness, the opposite.

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  21. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Bloom, a secret Ninja???

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  22. Yoda says:

    If know about it people do,
    then secret it is not

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  23. Yoda says:

    Men sometimes intimated and afraid they are.
    But still undertake the task they might.
    But only if the potential results worthwhile they would be

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  24. Yoda says:

    Really bad it is when blue pill guys run away they do.
    Wonder why they notice this not

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  25. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    Perhaps a bootcamp for these vain urban women? Moehau Man’s Mum can teach.

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  26. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    “Really bad it is when blue pill guys run away they do.
    Wonder why they notice this not?”
    Thread winner!
    To answer your question, notice they do, ascribe to wrong reason they also do.

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  27. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    That was good and I did need a laugh.

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  28. Yoda says:

    Moe’s Mum write posts she should.
    Share the wisdom great it would be

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  29. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    She could but I think that she prefers to spoon feed it to us via Moe’s comments. If she did, and Moe would transcribe it for her, it would be very interesting.

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  30. Yoda says:

    How many vote for a post from Moe’s Mum they do?

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  31. Yoda says:

    Comment on this Moe’s Mum could

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  32. SFC Ton says:

    but rather the guy who says, “I have been 150% of quota for 11 consecutive years, motherfuckers.”
    ————–

    I feel as if some one stole my
    “I’m the Ton motherfucker!” line’

    I really should trade mark myself……

    =============
    people whose self-esteem is constructed on their “credentials” are still talking about college in middle age

    that shit gets old and cuts down the time I spend doing Vet events

    ++++++++++++++
    Far better for everyone in town to be saying, “Where the fuck did that guy/girl come from?”

    better still for them to being say dude… who’s that new dude banging your hot ass girlfriend

    I think next on my too do list should be write a post on the advantages of dating a dumb bitch with a heart of gold.

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  33. Yoda says:

    a dumb bitch with a heart of gold

    The choice between that and GirlPower easy it is.
    Make that super-easy

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  34. Spawny Get says:

    The thing about GirlPower (as in she of the Shrillary avatar) is that she’s a nutjob.

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  35. SFC Ton says:

    i was thinking GirlPower was a troll or sock pupet
    She seems to be too perfect of a target

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  36. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    Ten hours of Hillary laughing? Show that to detainees in Guantanamo and you may have a war crimes trial in th Hague on your hands.
    Her laughter is not infectious. Hear her laugh and you wonder , “Who is getting the shaft?”

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  37. Ok I know none of this is about me but I’d rather be a dumb dumb w a heart of gold than a cun+ anyday. I am dumb in lots of ways to be honest but get it in others. Nobody gets it all, I guess? Lol. Not me, anyway. But I mean well…

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  38. I do try to “get it” (TM)

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  39. Spawny Get says:

    Who doesn’t love social justice?

    http://www.breitbart.com/london/2016/05/31/facebook-and-twitter-sign-up-to-eu-hate-speech-policy-promise-to-promote-counter-narratives/

    Why? Because it’s just the right thing to do. Good ol’ faceberg

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  40. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Bloom,
    You’re all right but, I didn’t know about the secret Ninja part.

    Spawny Get,
    They are signing up to comply with censorship.

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  41. Not just a secret ninja, but a super secret ninja. Like stealth ninja. Even more ninja than that, really. I am not sure what level to call it!

    Cookies, anyone? La la la la…

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  42. Thing is, my oldest seems to have taken my ninja and then squared it times X. Scary. And I only just now see it… Such a ninja, that one…

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  43. But the you fest one, full in in your face ninja. Not sure who is scarier… Lol

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  44. Spawny Get says:

    ConWoman doesn’t do solutions, but she’s not bad at spotting problems.

    http://www.conservativewoman.co.uk/laura-perrins-daycare-generation-are-now-the-students-throwing-tantrums-over-safe-spaces/

    but I do know that in April 2001, in the US the National Institute of Child Health and Development released findings showing a link between long hours of non-maternal care for young children and aggressive behaviour.

    This caused a major media meltdown in the US as it threatened to put the brakes on the whole the ‘kids are fine in daycare theory’ so relentlessly pushed by the media and the feminists.

    The current college generation grew up in the 1990s, and indeed daycare expanded and had been expanding in those years.

    Toddlers who do long hours in nursery care are not only more aggressive, but also insecure. If you have doting, devoted mummy replaced by 21-year-old harassed daycare worker, you just do not get the same attention. You have to compete with all the other little hitters for attention. You are part of a group and you must conform – even if you are aged one.

    So if they did not have that safe space of mother’s love on hand when little, is it really so surprising the students grow up to be ‘adults’ desperately seeking it now?

    Many students of generation shrieking girl did not have the maternal intimacy of care at home when toddlers so they seek it out now – to fill that void that grew in daycare.

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  45. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Bloom,
    It wouldn’t be NInja if you could see it coming.

    Spawny Get,
    That goes a long way to explaining a lot of things.

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  46. Fuzzie, despite my lifetime of experience, I seem to underestimate both their ninja powers. I may need magic trading cards… Or dragons! Lol

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  47. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Bloom,
    I can see how cats would be into furry faces.

    When they least suspect, come up from behind, and yell, “NINJA!!!” Then, tickle.

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  48. JDG says:

    So we have lots of highly educated high-powered independent women who are looking for the same in a fella.

    These kind of women practically are fellas. Now that I think of it, most women that I know these days are more like fellas then the women I new as a kid. And how many of these high powered, you go girl, “strong and independent” types can make a decent sammich?

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  49. Ame says:

    BV –
    “undiscovered Worldclass Woman of Wonderfulness”

    that’s hilarious!

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  50. Ame says:

    BV –
    “Because I have a lot of woman friends with teenage or older sons, I am always stunned that they are not concerned at all about the social and legal world their sons are shortly joining. They are so convinced of the female imperative that they are incapable of seeing how it is affecting, and will affect, their own boys.”

    it’s been disappointing how few single moms put their kids first. they say they need to have fun, too! the kids will be fine! they’ll adapt … b/c *I* have needs!” b.s.

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  51. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    JDG,
    When I saw your avatar, I immediately thought that they would not pass the sandwich test. How hard can it be to make a sandwich?

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  52. Spawny Get says:

    Cill (maybe one or two others) might like this
    https://supportourjeremy.wordpress.com/2016/05/13/full-list-of-far-right-red-tory-traitors-to-be-deselected-friends/

    Some context here
    http://order-order.com/2016/06/01/corbyn-on-camera-bbc-biased-freedland-disgusting

    Northern man Leftyliesrefuted
    7 minutes ago
    Well said, friend, as always. Solidarity will always defeat capitalists as their common cause is nowhere near as common as ours. They will wither under the International Socialist jackboot of freedom (in an entirely pacifist way of course).

    Onwards to 2020 and the resurrection of JC as PM!

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  53. Tarnished says:

    Don’t know about sammiches, but I make really kick-ass bruschetta.

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  54. Tarnished says:

    it’s been disappointing how few single moms put their kids first. they say they need to have fun, too! the kids will be fine! they’ll adapt … b/c *I* have needs!” b.s.

    If a single person still has the need for freedom and fun, perhaps they should seriously consider remaining childless. There’s nothing wrong with enjoying the bachelor lifestyle and living for oneself, but it is not to be paired with parenthood.

    It’s one of the topics I very much disagree with Sandman about. He frequently discusses how he’s eventually going to hire a surrogate and intentionally become a single parent. I understand that situations sometimes make single mother/fatherhood the only viable option, but I don’t approve of either sex doing this deliberately.

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  55. Tarnished says:

    This is coming from someone who had a “single mom” until age 8. But I also was mostly raised by my grandparents, since mom had a full-time job to support us and stay off of welfare. Also had a large amount of family support in the way of aunts and uncles, and even a elderly bachelor neighbor who was like another uncle to me.

    No daycare necessary, thank the Gods.
    But how many other children of single parents can ever say they were this lucky?
    Few, I imagine.

    Bloom does a good job, though. 🙂

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  56. Ame says:

    Bloom does a great job! the four years i was a single mom were some of the darkest of my life. the other single moms i knew were divorced, too. i could not understand them making selfish choices when they had kids at home. and the kids were going thru hell b/c of the divorce. i’m not perfect, and i’ve made my share of mistakes, but my girls will tell you i have never abandoned them in any form, and the reason they’re doing well right now after all they’ve been thru is, by the grace of God, because of me.

    we’ve been keeping this little girl for four years when her parents both work. they went thru a divorce and then some of putting kid in the middle b.s. both parents have been stupid, but we’ve made sure this little girl always has a safe and consistent place in our home. she’s treated like one of us so blends in well. i’ve done a lot of it for free b/c mom didn’t have the money and have given her other ways to pay me … b/c i can’t let this little one go to a day care when i know we can care for her very well here. there have been many rough days. she’s really taken to my oldest who takes primary care of her here. it’s given my daughter a way to help someone else going thru what she did, and it’s given this only child little girl a big sister. i see it as a win-win. her mom is continuously grateful, for which i appreciate. but i’d do it even if she wasn’t for this little girl. she needs a safe, warm, loving, consistent place to chill and be cared for.

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  57. Liz says:

    “Being underestimated can be an advantage. “

    Yep. Another lesson I learned early in life is to never make assumptions about a person right away. It’s sometimes funny (in a comedy noir way) to sit back and watch that one bite others. Just yesterday my hairdresser mentioned knowing a guy who makes a living as a plumber and used to be a doctor. He makes more money as a pumber. No worry about malpractice, work is less stressful, hours are good, and he owns his own company.

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  58. Liz says:

    “we’ve been keeping this little girl for four years when her parents both work. they went thru a divorce and then some of putting kid in the middle b.s. both parents have been stupid, but we’ve made sure this little girl always has a safe and consistent place in our home. she’s treated like one of us so blends in well. i’ve done a lot of it for free b/c mom didn’t have the money and have given her other ways to pay me … b/c i can’t let this little one go to a day care when i know we can care for her very well here. there have been many rough days. she’s really taken to my oldest who takes primary care of her here. it’s given my daughter a way to help someone else going thru what she did, and it’s given this only child little girl a big sister. i see it as a win-win. her mom is continuously grateful, for which i appreciate. but i’d do it even if she wasn’t for this little girl. she needs a safe, warm, loving, consistent place to chill and be cared for.”

    That’s awesome, Ame! 🙂
    Our home is sort of a home for “lost boys” (who technically have parents, but not really) as well. Some call me Mom.

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  59. Ame says:

    thank you, Liz 🙂

    love ‘lost boys’ home 🙂

    i’m a big believer in kids needing safe places and providing that when i can. not all parents are comfortable or have been comfortable over the years w/my aspie girl, and i totally understand that. but those who are find their children are loved here.

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  60. SFC Ton says:

    if day care makes kids aggressive why are kids such pussies?

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  61. Liz says:

    Hm. I’ve perused the entire thread again and didn’t see any mention of daycare making kids more aggressive? Maybe I read through it too quickly.

    [SG – http://www.conservativewoman.co.uk/laura-perrins-daycare-generation-are-now-the-students-throwing-tantrums-over-safe-spaces/ ]

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  62. Liz says:

    I know the daycares on bases won’t let the staff use “negative words”, which includes the word No.

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  63. BuenaVista says:

    “I think next on my too do list should be write a post on the advantages of dating a dumb bitch with a heart of gold.”

    –Perhaps, but it would be more useful if you explained how to find one. My experience is that the dumber they are, the more susceptible they are to herd feminist posturing and behavior.

    Another blog post idea: Would someone please explain to women of a certain age that, as the years have taken their toll, they might want to consider learning how to do sex really well (to compensate)?

    Imagine the shit we would be hearing from Team Woman if at age 50 our dicks were half the size of when we were 20. Now let’s consider what happens post-childbirth with a 50 year-old vagina…

    And no, I am not providing the supporting anecdotal evidence.

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  64. Liz says:

    Ouch BV. LOL
    Changing the subject back to childcare and away from loose and baggy vaginas…

    I think one of the main problems with childcare environments (beyond the fact there is no real control over what your child learns there) are similar to the problem with high stress corporate environments. The kids don’t feel at home, and they have no control over anything, the people who are watching them are revolving door personel that have little real personal vested interest in their wellbeing (beyond the day to day…getting them out the door). They come home and the environment is stressful as well.
    So, much like the cubical worker, cortisol levels are at a constant high. That’s chronic stress, rather than temporary stress. Cortisol is a good hormone for the fight or flight response, but it’s bad in too high doses, or chronically high doses. Leads to a lot of bad things, physically as well as mentally. One physical manifestation that is pretty ubiquitous and apparent is obesity. This is true on the adult…but children’s minds are developing so I’m pretty sure it’s worse for them.
    Obviously mileage and situations differ from one end of the spectrum to the other.

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  65. Liz says:

    Gonna have to dust off Le Monique after that BV post. Haven’t been working out lately. LOL

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  66. Liz says:

    The adult brain on chronically high cortisol:

    http://bebrainfit.com/effects-chronic-stress-brain/

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  67. Yoda says:

    I know the daycares on bases won’t let the staff use “negative words”, which includes the word No.

    What say they do?
    “The opposite of yes”?

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  68. Liz says:

    No running= “Use your walking feet”
    No yelling= “Use your inside voice, please”

    and so forth

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  69. Yoda says:

    Vaginas the subject it now is,
    Overshare opportunity there would be.
    Paging Tarn

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  70. Yoda says:

    How to say “Stop hitting” one does?

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  71. Liz says:

    Probably “be nice” or perhaps, “use your nice touch please”.

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  72. Liz says:

    Ah, I see an edit has been made:
    “Hm. I’ve perused the entire thread again and didn’t see any mention of daycare making kids more aggressive? Maybe I read through it too quickly.

    [SG – http://www.conservativewoman.co.uk/laura-perrins-daycare-generation-are-now-the-students-throwing-tantrums-over-safe-spaces/ ]

    Thankyou Glorious Patriarch! 🙂

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  73. Spawny Get says:

    Liz, the accusation of violence is in the article to which I linked.
    http://www.conservativewoman.co.uk/laura-perrins-daycare-generation-are-now-the-students-throwing-tantrums-over-safe-spaces/

    Ton,
    they make passive aggressive pussies that are only enabled when in groups. Not the kind of aggression that you notice at all…luckily for them
    AIDs Skrillex (the biggest POS) and Carl the Cuck (wearing the blue Colombia top) can serve as examples

    They occurred at around the same time as Trigglypuff

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  74. BuenaVista says:

    There are so many ways for a woman to be sexually attractive and gratifying to a man — but only if she thinks that the attitude of “okay, you can have some of my magical pussy now” should have been outgrown by college. (But, female imperative for $10,000.) The arts of the geisha or courtesan have very, very little with the specifics of her plumbing.

    Another blind spot of the modern feminist middle-aged woman: she’s competing with women maybe 20 or even 30 years younger. Bring this up and it’s “you’re such a misogynist” time. But in fact it’s very, very useful information if a mature woman wants to be sexually active: the way she competes is *via* the arts of the courtesan or geisha.

    Ironically, I’ve found that the younger girls are much better at The Activity because a) they grew up with sex pozzie frenzy; b) they compete with each other via the sexual arena; c) they’ve had so much bad casual hook-up sex that they value a guy who knows how to rock and roll, more highly.

    Middle-aged women have a much, much more likely attitude that “this is a bodily function, let’s do what’s easiest”. That would be, gents, what’s easiest for *her* to *get off now*.

    But seriously. Imagine the screaming and shaming if a man got smaller each year of his life. However, his sense of sexual entitlement went UP each year he actually got smaller. In that alternative universe there is ample opportunity for comedy. Someone should write a short story. The funniest aspect would be that no one would even have to allude to what it’s really about: “What do you mean, this isn’t about vaginas the size of the Holland Tunnel self-centered do-nothings, where does it say that?” It would just be about steadily shrinking dicks and men who thought sex was whatever is easiest for them in the shortest amount of time.

    ***

    I have many, many conflicted memories of Mrs. Smith. But one of the best was the time her vagina sent me to George Washington U. Hospital. Because it is a teaching hospital I had to endure a stream of curious interns, residents, docs and nurses, while the head of urology cracked wry jokes and explained the issues and an overly attractive nurse gently moved the object in question around and I thought about baseball. I made Mrs. Smith go with me because I didn’t want to endure hours of questions and advice under the assumption I was a closet homosexual going boom-boom in the backyard. She that morning maintained a state of permanent blushing for three hours; it really bloomed twice.

    First, when the head of urology said, “Really? Vaginal sex? You’re sure? You’re sure you didn’t go anal by mistake?” “Uh-huh.” “And she wasn’t on top?” “Nope.” “Is that correct?” “Yes.” “You’re a pretty lucky guy.”

    Second, when they concluded it wasn’t a fracture but just some broken blood vessels, he said, “I want you to check it out in a few hours, but no intercourse. She should go down on you and if you can ejaculate, all’s well.” “See, win-win.”

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  75. BuenaVista says:

    To help Liz create the allegorical short story, understand that the average Caucasian dick, when in the Fuck Yeah! Ready Position (FYRP), is only 5.5 inches. Oh, the agony of loving that man when he is 50.

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  76. Spawny Get says:

    “What do you mean, this isn’t about vaginas the size of the Holland Tunnel self-centered do-nothings, where does it say that?”

    I believe that the term “Wizard’s sleeve“, or perhaps “Clown’s pocket“, are accepted in polite company. Polite up to that point, obviously. Afterwards? All bets are off.

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  77. Liz says:

    JUst reading through some old notes I made from previous moves. I do that before new moves, it’s helpful to keep track of things I might have forgotten and we haven’t moved in a long long while. One of the more precious quotes I’d forgotten, after one of our other moves (Mike’s first leadership position):

    Me: “Daddy is in charge of things. He can make things better for people now because he has some influence”.
    One of our boys,”Is he in charge of the commissary?”
    No,
    Another, “is he in charge of the crafts center?”
    No.
    “Is he in charge of the animal clinic?”
    No.
    (worried expressions in response)

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  78. Liz says:

    I should probably add (for context) they were VERY wee at the time.
    To them, they’d just listed every item on the base of importance. 🙂

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  79. Liz says:

    Mrs Smith is over 40!
    But…no babies. Imagine if a guy lost some size every time he had a kid. 😦
    (fwiw, I think the French do it right with their post childbirth vag classes. Did I ever mention I’m an mesomorph? Mike assures me I am better today than his last gf was at 20….sadly, not a high bar, dat)

    Okay, done OSing for the morning.

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  80. thedeti says:

    BV’s story about Mrs. Smith sending him to the hospital made me think of this:

    The Wisdom of Breaking Bad.

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  81. BuenaVista says:

    Well, that’s the point, Liz. Reality is not always generous, but PC feminism makes some descriptions of reality absolutely illegal. So things get worse.

    Really cuts both ways. A man my age had better not drink a couple bottles of champagne if he wants to deliver the FYRP. Strangely, this deficiency of age is something women are very comfortable discussing.

    French women are different. Russian women are different. Brazilian women are different. Japanese hostesses and geisha are different. (Brazil takes it a little too far; elective C-sections — for the husband’s benefit — are very common there.)

    Since I’m angry and about to get really drunk, I’ll pass along another blast from the past. I was making the acquaintance of someone I probably should have married. She had three children. And so, the great unveiling. She said, “I’m a little embarrassed, I had to have c-sections.” This was a 40 something who rocked a bikini like a 25 year-old. “Meh, I have scars from seven surgeries (nine now) and a few collisions with walls, rock faces and pavement. Let us proceed.” Later: “You sure you don’t mind the scar?” “You understand: this is actually good news, for me.” “Really?” “Fuck yeah!”

    Returning to chin-stroking cultural critic mode: how is it that this had never even occurred to her? They gaslight themselves, these modern American chicks, and we’re all supposed to play along. Spawny’s Space: Where Truth Lives.

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  82. Liz says:

    Don’t be angry and drunk, BV!
    Be a happy drunk. 😀

    (think of Deti’s video…that was a good one!)

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  83. BuenaVista says:

    I’m angry, I’m going to get really drunk, and I’m going to go sailing and present a risk to myself and others. I just spent 18 months in the service of an illusion. I don’t have enough time left to be such a dumbass. Templeton Rye, Fuck Yeah!

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  84. Tarnished says:

    understand that the average Caucasian dick, when in the Fuck Yeah! Ready Position (FYRP), is only 5.5 inches.

    “Only”?
    Perhaps I’m biased due to lack of multiple partners, but I think this is a great size.

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  85. Yoda says:

    understand that the average Caucasian dick, when in the Fuck Yeah! Ready Position (FYRP), is only 5.5 inches

    Proportionately larger I am

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  86. Spawny Get says:

    Spawny’s Space: Where Truth Lives.
    I may be naive, but I kind of hoped that opening up the conversation might lead to some candid conversation where truth kind of falls out.

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  87. Cill says:

    the average Caucasian dick, when in the Fuck Yeah! Ready Position (FYRP), is only 5.5 inches

    WHAT? I find it hard to believe, although I’ve no doubt that there will be “research” to “verify” this.

    How to independently measure the size of excited dicks? What size were they on the slack? Countersunk? I think the av will be 5.5 on the slack. I’ve seen dicks on the slack in changing rooms and at nude beaches etc and that’s about it.

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  88. Spawny Get says:

    Who doesn’t model themselves on Father Jack? I know that I do

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  89. Spawny Get says:

    GREAT NEWS EVERYONE
    TORIES FAIL TO BLOCK POLICE INVESTIGATION IN THANET SOUTH
    So that’s an investigation into one of the election frauds at the last general election…Nigel Farage’s intended seats

    The Tory who stopped Nigel Farage winning in Thanet South has failed to block police extending the time available for their investigation of his election expenses spending. Why did the Tories try to block the police from investigating this seat – unlike in the twenty or so other seats where similar allegations have been made? Guido believes that this will prove to be the biggest overspend by any political party in any individual seat ever. Guido understands the Tories spent over £200,000 to stop Nigel Farage winning the seat…

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  90. Liz says:

    I just realized I can actually imbibe today. For the love of squee it’s the first and my month is over! I can eat wheat too…
    So I plan to have a very hoppy beer later (bam, and bam)
    Cheers, BV (a toast)

    “To TightTightTightTightTight women and
    *cough* the men who have been inadvertently injured by them.
    May their ships stay afloat, and never crash into anything…”

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  91. Cill says:

    “I think the av will be 5.5 on the slack.”

    I just got out an old photo of 30 blokes in shower block after a rugby game. Av 5.5 on the slack might be stretching it a bit.

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  92. Liz says:

    “Maybe their ships stay afloat”

    Not maybe, may their
    (could someone fix that? And why the heck does this keep happening to me?)

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  93. Liz says:

    “I just got out an old photo of 30 blokes in shower block after a rugby game. Av 5.5 on the slack might be stretching it a bit.”

    Maybe adrenaline makes things look bigger?

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  94. Cill says:

    Maybe rugby players have heard too much “Swing Low”

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  95. Tarnished says:

    That would be, gents, what’s easiest for *her* to *get off now*.

    Takes two to tango, so both people should finish the dance.

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  96. Tarnished says:

    What size were they on the slack? Countersunk? I think the av will be 5.5 on the slack.

    There’s a distinct difference between those who show and those who grow. (Guys who have a large dick that just becomes erect, vs guys who have a small relaxed dick but gain much length when excited.)

    Tarn only has experience with the latter…but also watches much amateur style porn.

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  97. Yoda says:

    Wonder what Moe has to say related to the current topic I do

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  98. Cill says:

    It’s 4:24 am here. A man should be asleep, or out making mischief, or knocking back a shot, or with his girlfriend and up to his balls in cider.

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  99. Cill says:

    …hopefully with 5.5+
    ++
    +++ etc

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  100. Moehau Man says:

    “Wonder what Moe has to say related to the current topic I do”

    Well… just what is the current topic exactly?

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  101. thedeti says:

    Tuco’s “Tight, tight tight YEAH!” brings a smile to my face every time I see that clip.

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  102. Moehau Man says:

    It’s going to be a bit difficult to accumulate wisdom on a 5.5. There’s not much room for dents there, let alone get a grip.

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  103. Tarnished says:

    …hopefully with 5.5+
    ++
    +++ etc

    Ah…
    That many pluses sounds a bit painful, Moe.
    5 is good! *whew!*

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  104. Moehau Man says:

    Yes well, at 5.5 it needs a bit of nudging in the right direction.

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  105. Moehau Man says:

    “Size mattereth not”, Mrs Moehau Man (my assertive old mum) inserted just then, “unless a long withdrawal is your preference”.

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  106. Why more people don’t educate themselves in the ways of the sensual arts I don’t know. That’s the good stuff! It’s much more than just a physical act, or can be… But our sex pixie culture has sadly taken the intimate out of intamacy…

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  107. Possie not pixie! Lol.

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  108. Tarnished says:

    “Size mattereth not”

    Idk about that.
    There’s definitely a point of, ah…too much of a good thing.

    In that topic vein:
    I’d *much* rather have a man with a 3″ schlong who’s a cunning linguist and a try-sexual, than a guy with a 7″ trouser snake who thinks that automatically makes him a sex god.

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  109. Spawny Get says:

    Thank goodness! When Tarn mentioned trouser snake, I thought that next stop in the conversation would be analconda. But Tarn did us proud by keeping it somewhat clean.

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  110. Cill says:

    Tarn, I couldn’t possibly badmouth anyone who expresses that pov.

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  111. Tarnished says:

    Sorry to disappoint, Spawny.

    Cill, don’t you mean piv? *wink*

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  112. SFC Ton says:

    Worrying about cock size and if a bitch gets off is beta.
    if he is healthy, average and decent at it she is the same, they get off. If not? That shit is on her

    Are there even dumb chick in the heady social circles of such distinguished gentlemen as BV? My dumb but good as gold was found on a Marine Corps Camp. She was doing some admin bullshit for the Coast Guard

    The trend I have noticed with girls in their middle 20’s or younger is… they say all the feminist shit, and get their feminist merit badges but aren’t hateful like 40 year old bitches. I don’t think very many of them actually want to be feminist; they are aware t some degree of the anti male baise in the media etc… long story longer they say the feminist line but behave differently when it comes to their one on one interactions with men

    That being said, my experience is pretty much limited to 20 year old girls who are willing to spread their legs for 40 year old dudes so its a self selected observation group

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  113. Cill says:

    I’m not sure… although I do think 5.5″ schlong and 12″ trouser snake might have been a little less extreme on your part (Tarn). You do have to be mindful of us more average types at times.

    piv???

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  114. Spawny Get says:

    Well the I in piv is ‘in’…

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  115. Cill says:

    Ah…

    PIV = Personal Identity Verification.

    Well waddaya know! I learn a little more about myself every day.

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  116. Cill says:

    Well the I in piv is ‘in’…

    I’m going to ignore that more vulgar version of PIV

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  117. Spawny Get says:

    I’m just glad you didn’t trip over analconda

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  118. Spawny Get says:

    Which at your height would be scary

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  119. Spawny Get says:

    speaking of freaky reptiles

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  120. Moehau Man says:

    Moehau Mans don’t do much of that foreign foreplay stuff. Moehau Man sheilas don’t seem to miss it much either, after seeing the number of dents in me Kauri Club.

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  121. Sumo says:

    “use your nice touch please”.

    The last time I did that, I got slapped.

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  122. Tarnished says:

    Moehau Mans don’t do much of that foreign foreplay stuff.

    Awww.
    That’s when/how the majority of sexytimes happens, though!

    …I think.
    I guess it actually depends on what one counts as foreplay or not. Kinda blends together, honestly.

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  123. SFC Ton says:

    That gator has a bad ass pimp walk

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  124. Moehau Man says:

    We do switch each other with bluebottles imported from Australia, to warm ourselves up.

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  125. BuenaVista says:

    Still talking about dicks, I see. At least I introduced a subject the women refused to invade (yes, vaginas get big nononono lalalala i can’t hear you).

    It was an experiment, thanks, I have my data, time to take a nap. Oh, and Tarn was (how is this possible?) right. There are grow-ers and show-ers.)

    ***

    Cill, you challenged my scientific research. Never a good idea. I may be drunk, retired and sitting at a picnic table by a lake, but I remain a scientist:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Human_penis_size#Erect_length

    The following staff-measured studies are composed of different subgroups of the human population (i.e., specific age range and/or race; selection of those with sexual medical concerns or self-selection) that could cause a sample bias.[15][16]

    In a study of 80 healthy males published in the September 1996 Journal of Urology an average erect penis length of 12.9 cm (5.1 in) was measured.[9] The purpose of the study was to “provide guidelines of penile length and circumference to assist in counseling patients considering penile augmentation.” Erection was pharmacologically induced in 80 physically normal American men (varying ethnicity, average age 54). It was concluded: “Neither patient age nor size of the flaccid penis accurately predicted erectile length.”
    A study published in the December 2000 International Journal of Impotence Research found that average erect penis length in 50 Jewish Caucasian males was 13.6 cm (5.4 in) (measured by staff).[10] Quote: “The aim of this prospective study was to identify clinical and engineering parameters of the flaccid penis for prediction of penile size during erection.” Erection was pharmacologically induced in 50 Jewish Caucasian patients who had been evaluated for erectile dysfunction (average age 47±14y). Patients with penis abnormalities or whose ED could be attributed to more than one psychological origin were omitted from the study.
    A review published in the 2007 issue of BJU International showed the average erect penis length to be 14–16 cm (5.5–6.3 in) and girth to be 12–13 cm (4.7–5.1 in). The paper compared results of twelve studies conducted on different populations in several countries. Various methods of measurements were included in the review.[12]
    An Italian study of about 3,300 men published in European Urology concluded that flaccid stretched length was measured on average to about 12.5 centimetres (4.9 in). In addition, they checked for correlations in a random subset of the sample consisting of 325 men. They found a few statistically significant Spearman’s correlations: between flaccid length and height of 0.208, −0.140 with weight, and −0.238 with BMI, flaccid circumference and height 0.156, stretched length and height 0.221, weight −0.136, BMI −0.169. They also reported a few non-significant correlations.[17]

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  126. Tarnished says:

    At least I introduced a subject the women refused to invade (yes, vaginas get big nononono lalalala i can’t hear you).

    And here I thought vajayjays get spoken of too much already, and was trying to be considerate of the menfolk Yoda.

    But if BV wants to talk about pussy, then by all means…

    *clears throat*
    Vaginas are awesome.
    As are clits.
    Discuss.

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  127. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Size does matter. In conversations with a gal I never got to meet in person, this was covered. According to her, not all girls are “one size fits all”. She had a difficult birth at a teaching hospital. One of the doctors examining her asked if she ever experienced pain during sex. Until she pressed him for an answer, she was not aware that her vagina was shorter than normal.

    To echo what was said earlier, you would think, that with experience, women would naturally get to be better lovers. Nina Hartley promotes herself in porn on this strength. Perhaps sex is seen as the great gift that women confer and all the entertainment is expected to go one way. In the face of this, I do not Know how to respond. One commenter has recommended avoiding his contemporaries and enjoying the company of twentisomenethings, avoiding the issue entirely.

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  128. Spawny Get says:

    “nononono lalalala”
    Hella bad echo there

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  129. Cill says:

    BV

    I bow to your scientific thoroughness.

    There are grow-ers and show-ers
    My grow-er showers seed down upon all corners of the Earth. A mere rub on my scalp by a nubile maiden can have that effect. Or even the suggestion of it… (oops)

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  130. Liz says:

    Hey, I not only talked about cunts, I toasted tight ones!
    (glad you are still alive and well BV)

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  131. Liz says:

    Oh, it’s after noon! I can overshare again…
    (just kidding)

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  132. BuenaVista says:

    Tarn, you just posted a perfect female imperative The Big Girls Are in Charge Now note.

    But thanks for telling us all pussies are awesome. Newsflash at 11: all pussies are not awesome awesomeyness gosh perfection boys are so lucky gosh my word.

    How do I know this? I am not a woman and I date women. Complicated, I know.

    ***

    Men: what happens when you attempt to educate women on sexual matters?

    Answer: Lalalala I can’t hear you I’m totally awesome.

    Discuss.

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  133. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Liz,
    You are a rare girl if you like hoppy beer.

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  134. Cill says:

    When the sun goes over the yardarm, I will share. Don’t go away now.

    (It’s 8:15 am here)

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  135. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    For those who can’t remember where “lalalalalla” comes from.

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  136. Cill says:

    8:15 am?
    Bloody hell I’m late for a meeting. See y’all later (before sun goes over yardarm, with a bit of luck).

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  137. Liz says:

    Fuzzie, that was autocorrect. It was supposed to be “happy”.
    Just kidding.
    I do like hoppy beer.
    🙂

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  138. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I can’t help it. I love this chase scene.

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  139. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Liz,
    Before the Renaissance, it was women who made all the beer. If you have a taste for it, time, patience, and are compulsive about sterilizing, it may be a good hobby. It would give the men in your house another reason to love you. *hoppy face*

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  140. Tarnished says:

    Tarn, you just posted a perfect female imperative The Big Girls Are in Charge Now note.

    Are big girls in charge now? What a fucking terrifying thought. I’d thought they were all off complaining about the lack of male attention…or leaning over railings, a la Liz’s previous account.

    But thanks for telling us all pussies are awesome.

    Didn’t say all.
    Many are, unfortunately, connected to bitches.
    I don’t think we should necessarily blame the vaginas for that, though.

    Newsflash at 11: all pussies are not awesome awesomeyness gosh perfection boys are so lucky gosh my word.

    True.
    They are only thus if wielded by a woman who cares about the pleasure and satisfaction of her mate as well as herself.

    Thank you for helping me clarify my 9:01 comment.
    Much appreciated.

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  141. Liz says:

    Tarn had a topic on penis/vag stuff a while back.
    I remember because I overshared there, too. (shocka!)

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  142. JDG says:

    fuzziewuzziebear says:
    1 June, 2016 at 7:39 am

    JDG,
    When I saw your avatar, I immediately thought that they would not pass the sandwich test. How hard can it be to make a sandwich?

    Indoctrination can be a hard wall to climb.

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  143. Liz says:

    Didn’t see Tarn’s post above mine before posting.
    It was over a video we’d discussed at JFG’s before (divorcee weilding a carrot and cucumber). I thought the discussion was interesting (if one wants to go there…vag size, and so forth).

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  144. Spawny Get says:

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/06/01/judge-says-nigel-farages-defeat-by-tories-could-be-ruled-void-ov/

    Nigel Farage’s defeat at last year’s general election could be declared void after a judge said claims of overspending by his Tory opponents were “wholly exceptional”.

    The UK Independence Party leader lost the race for Thanet South by less than 3,000 votes to Tory Craig Mackinlay in one of the most tightly fought battles of the election.

    However allegations have since emerged that the Conservatives wrongly categorised spending as national rather than local, thereby not exceeding constituency spending limits.

    The judge looking into the claims on Wednesday extended an investigation by another 12 months to find out the truth.

    He also raised the prospect that the Thanet South result and other Tory victories could be declared void – raising the possibility races being rerun across the country.

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  145. Spawny Get says:

    One…ONE! Person got this?

    “nononono lalalala”
    Hella bad echo there

    dammitall

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  146. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    JdG,
    We do keep dancing around this issue. How hard can it be to make a sandwich? In this thread we have touched on the issue of sex. How hard can it be to caring lover? In a large sens, it’s as if we are coming to terms with the Golden Rule and, I haven’t heard about any exemptions to it.

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  147. SFC Ton says:

    as for age and attitude; attitude goes to shit as they cross the Rubicon of 30

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  148. SFC Ton says:

    Also the tentative female grasp on sanity disappears as she crosses the Rubicon as well

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  149. Tarnished says:

    The Rubicon sounds like some kind of ultimate mountain climb or something. I like it.

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  150. JDG says:

    JdG,
    We do keep dancing around this issue.

    Sorry Fuzzy. I’m not getting you. Are you saying that high powered, “you go” girls have no problem making sammiches, or are you saying that they have no excuse for not making sammiches?

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  151. Yoda says:

    Rubicon River of Denial it is

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  152. Spawny Get says:

    “Also the tentative female grasp on sanity disappears as she crosses the Rubicon as well”

    I never believed in Warrior Poets up till now.

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  153. Tarnished says:

    In this thread we have touched on the issue of sex. How hard can it be to caring lover?

    In all seriousness, it isn’t difficult for people who honestly care for one another. You do what the other person likes…they do what you like. Try new positions or toys to keep things fun. It’s not rocket surgery.

    Are there going to be times when sex is difficult, or does not go quite as planned, or pieces of one’s past make an unwelcome appearance?
    Yeah. It happens.

    But you work through it, for their sake and yours.
    Because you care about…or even love…your mate.

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  154. Yoda says:

    It’s not rocket surgery.

    Knew that rockets were living I did not.
    Treat them better I will

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  155. BuenaVista says:

    I care about … and love … little fluffy ducks … and kittens.

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  156. Yoda says:

    Are big girls in charge now? What a fucking terrifying thought.

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  157. BuenaVista says:

    I’ve been doing some of that science shit. In the UK, it’s 5.2″. No wonder we beat their ass.

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  158. SFC Ton says:

    The Rubicon (Latin: Rŭ́bĭcō, Italian: Rubicone) is both the name of a shallow river in northeastern Italy, just south of Ravenna, and the name historically given to a river that was famously crossed by Julius Caesar ………In 49 B.C., perhaps on January 10, C. Julius Caesar led a single legion, Legio XIII Gemina, south over the Rubicon from Cisalpine Gaul to Italy to make his way to Rome. In doing so, he (deliberately) broke the law on imperium and made armed conflict inevitable

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rubicon

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  159. SFC Ton says:

    Warrior Poet? I am also pretty decent at riding a bike, drinking and chasing ass

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  160. Liz says:

    A couple of my favorite Churchill anecdotes:
    A few years before the outbreak of the First World War, Churchill
    was at a diplomatic reception. An Italian military attache asked
    a Luxembourgeois diplomat about a medal he was wearing. ‘It is an
    ancient order called the Royal Admiralty Cross,’ the diplomat
    replied stiffly. After he had stalked off, the Italian turned to
    the First Lord of the Admiralty, Winston Churchill, and remarked
    how odd it was that Luxembourg should have this when it did not
    even have a navy. ‘Why shouldn’t they have an admiralty?’
    Churchill answered cheerfully. ‘You in Italy, after all, have a
    minister of finance – yet you don’t have a treasury!'”

    And….

    There is a tale that following the British withdrawal in I940
    from Norway, it was proposed that the Royal Marines should all
    have sheaths to protect the exposed muzzles of their rifles from
    the sharp temperature changes for their next foray into Norway. A
    pharmaceutical company that specialized in manufacturing condoms
    was given the job. In due course the first box was delivered for
    the Prime Minister’s inspection. He looked at the box and
    muttered, ‘Won’t do.’ He drew a carton out of the box, shook his
    head and muttered ‘Won’t do’ again. He opened the carton and took
    out a packet. ‘Won’t do,’ he reiterated.
    ‘What do you mean it won’t do?’ an aide asked him. ‘They are long
    enough for the muzzles – ten and a half inches.’
    ‘Labels,’ came the cryptic reply. ‘Labels?’
    ‘Yes. I want a label for every box, every carton, every packet,
    saying “British. Size: Medium”. That will show the Nazis, if they
    ever recover one of them, who’s the master race.’

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  161. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Tarn,
    There are military implications to the Rubicon. Explained very well in this clip.

    There is also Caesar’s quote “Die iacta est!” “The die is cast!”

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  162. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    JDG,
    They have run out of excuses for not making sandwiches. It does seem to fit into an overall issue. Modern Western women will not meet their men at the halfway point. This was brought to me literally from a guy trying to date in NYC. Between bridges and tolls, just getting there could run into some money. They expected him to cover the whole distance.

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  163. Liz says:

    Historical Rubicon reenactment:

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  164. Tarnished says:

    There are military implications to the Rubicon.

    Truth. I was just being a goofball.

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  165. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Liz,
    Your story is better than the one I heard about grocery bags to Russia during the Cold War.

    A landlocked principality with an Admiralty? Now I understand where feminists got their inspiration for all these make work feather bed jobs.

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  166. Cill says:

    In the UK, it’s 5.2″.
    What’s the Kiwi one? (Please don’t tell me it’s more than 8.5)

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  167. Tarnished says:

    This was brought to me literally from a guy trying to date in NYC. Between bridges and tolls, just getting there could run into some money. They expected him to cover the whole distance.

    That’s when you agree, with the stipulation that she then pay for all your drinks and your meal.
    Should even it out.

    If she refuses, tell her you’re sorry, but you’re a feminist and believe in equality…including financial equality.

    Have a bucket of popcorn ready.

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  168. Yoda says:

    Julius Caesar spoke English with a British accent he did.
    All ancient Romans like this they were.

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  169. Tarnished says:

    Knew that rockets were living I did not.
    Treat them better I will.

    Glad someone caught my twisted up saying I am.

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  170. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Tarn,
    I think that people like you. That was a heck of a response.

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  171. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Tarn,
    Poor Frank. He just wasn’t getting anywhere with them. I haven’t read anything from him in years. While I hope that things improved, I doubt they have. The same goes for a few Christian male bloggers too.

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  172. Ame says:

    reading through this thread … laughing and laughing!
    husband asking what is so funnee!
    me having to tell him it’s not appropriate for kids’ ears (especially since we’ve had the 8yo little girl today) and will have to wait till we’re alone later tonight.
    not fair to husband … should have read in another room 🙂

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  173. Ame says:

    nice to Spawny’s is fodder for BV’s experiments! 🙂

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  174. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    I wonder what George Orwell would think of the “Obey Trigglypuff” poster?
    He would like some antidote, maybe?

    Would she make her beau a sandwich? Heck, yes!

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  175. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    Not all. I have seen Julius Caersar played by Klaus Maria Brandauer.

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  176. horseman says:

    Jesus, Mary and Yoda.

    I go to work and miss Holland Tunnel Vaginas and the average dick being 5.5!!!

    Hell my brother in law is a supreme dick and he is 6 foot 2.

    (whisper whisper whisper). OH! 5.5 INCHES! Right! My Bad! Carry on!

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  177. horseman says:

    Howze bout someone tell these SIW about the CLIFF?

    The Wall…30 odd, skin looses glow, first wrinkles, first sag….No longer seen as attractive (i.e. Matron instead of Maiden)

    The CLIFF …50 odd…sudden collapse of…well everything. Turkey neck appears, wrinkles join into that old age craggy face, boobs and butt become tennis balls in socks. Happens remarkably faster than the slide into the Wall…falls off a cliff…No longer seen as female, becomes androdginous senior (i.e. The Crone)

    Two women at work 38ish when I started a decade ago. Recent Wall hitters. Could see the fade from their id badges. Saw them weekly. Last week passed one abnd its like Jesus where did Grandma coime from… oh shit its X. It was…whatever the inverse of breathtaking is. I mean I sighed bigtime but…you know like after a near miss. In a month she went from meh older frump to granny clampett.

    The CLIFF is out there.

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  178. horseman says:

    just for reference its 19:37 here. What time is it there?

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  179. horseman says:

    p.s. I am not dislexic. On my tablet I can’t see what I type for the popup keyboard.

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  180. BuenaVista says:

    Thx for posting the same video with the same remarks for the 1003’d time, FW.

    Have you considered taking Deti’s advice?

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  181. Yoda says:

    Lawyers for “Jackie,” the woman who claimed to Rolling Stone that she had been gang-raped at a University of Virginia fraternity party have finally acknowledged that their client created the fake rapist alleged to have orchestrated the attack.

    http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/lawyers-for-jackie-tacitly-admit-she-invented-her-pretend-rapist/article/2592725

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  182. Yoda says:

    Eighteen women have said they were sexual assaulted at a music festival in Germany.
    Three men from Pakistan aged between 28 and 31 have been arrested and police are still searching for three men who may also have been involved.

    The attacks are similar to those reported in Cologne and other cities on New Year’s Eve, when as many as 1,000 women were groped and robbed.

    Police said three women reported being groped at the Schlossgrabenfest music festival in Darmstadt on Saturdaym saying they had been encircled then sexually harassed by a group of men.

    By Tuesday, 15 more women had made complaints of being sexually assaulted in a similar manner at the festival.

    The three men who have been arrested are asylum seekers from Pakistan

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/germany-sexual-assault-music-festival-cologne-darmstadt-a7057416.html

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  183. SFC Ton says:

    That Ukrainian chick better know how to make sandwiches. I mean she”s hot but if she wants the D its strictly pay to play

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  184. BV according to ancient sans rut love texts, there are different size vajayjays and people should pair up accordingly… Not that things can’t grow over time but some are big to begin with…. They say, anyway…

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  185. Cill says:

    sans rut *sanskrit*

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  186. Cill says:

    Sorry Bloom, I’m such a generous, humane and helpful man, I couldn’t resist.

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  187. Tarnished says:

    just for reference its 19:37 here. What time is it there?

    There where?
    It’s 9:07pm where I am currently, or 21:07 if you prefer.

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  188. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Horseman,
    Along with you, both Tarn and I are on Eastern Time.

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  189. Cill says:

    sans rut

    I’ve known for some time that Bloom’s auto-checker is a strict censor, but “sans rut” is a bit too severe. I mean, if “sans rut” were enforced across the board, all mammalian life on this planet would end.

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  190. Yoda says:

    “Sans Rut” I do.
    Jedis control themselves they must.

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  191. Yoda says:

    Wonder if Moe ruts he does

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  192. Yoda says:

    Excuse RPG you must.
    Went to a Punic School she did

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  193. Tarnished says:

    For any lurkers who were put off by my (admittedly somewhat snarky) comment regarding Teh Awesome Vajayjay earlier, take heart. I also write a bunch about how Stupendous and Cool the male member is:

    https://tarnishedsophia.wordpress.com/2014/03/23/in-praise-of-the-penis/

    https://tarnishedsophia.wordpress.com/2014/09/02/the-beauty-of-male-genitals/

    I simply like sex, and all the various sexy-bits involved, be they innies or outies. So sue me.

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  194. Ame says:

    Dragonfly and I are in Central Time Zone.

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  195. Yoda says:

    The “oversharing segment” of this thread apparently done it is

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  196. Yoda says:

    Perhaps spoke too soon I did

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  197. Moehau Man says:

    We Moehau Mans invented “rut” and you foreign jokers pinched it from us.

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  198. BuenaVista says:

    I think I finally found a subject matter that the chicks wouldn’t invade and take over and say, “I’m not like that so it’s not true.” Vagina expansion: silence: this checks out.

    ***

    “Sans rut” of course means “without sex”. Sans= french for without, less.

    ***

    Haha, Bloom. I’m not giving you my hand or shoe size.

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  199. Moehau Man says:

    Only foreigners could come up with “make love” or “sleep with” when they really mean “rut”. You do have “fuck” I suppose, but even then it probably comes from our “rut” as it’s got the same “uh” sound in the middle.

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  200. Tarnished says:

    Perhaps spoke too soon I did

    Nah! They have to click the links this time!

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  201. Tarnished says:

    I think I finally found a subject matter that the chicks wouldn’t invade and take over and say, “I’m not like that so it’s not true.” Vagina expansion: silence: this checks out.

    “NAVALT”, lol.

    To be fair, Bloom did try in her 1:37am comment, but it kinda ran away.

    Not blaming anyone…
    Cill.

    But sure. I’ll play.

    A vagina, unlike a penis, is muscular in nature. Thus, it can atrophy or become too “relaxed” just like most other muscles in the human body.

    So yes, vaginas can lose their tightness over time, especially when not exercised at all. Unfortunately, this may not only cause sexual problems for a male partner down the road, but can make both childbirth and orgasming more difficult, plus lead to a weak pelvic floor.

    Kegel exercises are a easy way to prevent this, and can be done safely by both sexes. Google is your friend in learning how to do this. Mostly because I’m already going to catch hell from Yoda.

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  202. Cill says:

    Ton, your query re a year in NZ:

    You can stay here on a visitor visa for 9 months in any given 18 month period.
    You’ll need proof that you intend to leave NZ (plane tickets, booking confirmation etc) and that you have $1000+ NZD a month to support yourself financially whilst you’re here.

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  203. Cill says:

    Well folks, I’m on board my barge right now, shifting into my new home. The weather has been rough for the past week, but today and for the next 5 days the forecast is fine, clear, and calm early Winter days. My shift is by sea, so weather is crucial, especially for the livestock and machinery. There’s a lot to be shifted in the days to come, but so far I’m ahead of schedule.

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  204. Tarnished says:

    That’s fantastic, mate.
    Good luck with everything.

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  205. Tarnished says:

    Hey, look!
    CotM’s blog is back up and running.

    https://callofthemgtowblog.wordpress.com/

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  206. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Congratulations, Cill! May it all go smooth.

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  207. Yoda says:

    Wonder if the “oversharing segment” done now it is

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  208. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    I think that there will be plenty of occasions in the future for more.

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  209. JDG says:

    Fuzzy:

    Modern Western women will not meet their men at the halfway point. This was brought to me literally from a guy trying to date in NYC. Between bridges and tolls, just getting there could run into some money. They expected him to cover the whole distance.

    Yet they ALSO want to treated no different than men (when it suits them of course). The cognitive dissonance is mind boggling, almost as mind boggling as the fact that men let them get away with it.

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  210. Yoda says:

    Absorb the oversharing slowly one should.
    Overdo it one should not

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  211. Yoda says:

    JDG,

    What the relationship of all that to sammiches it is?

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  212. Yoda says:

    Likes herself she does,

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  213. Yoda says:

    At one of the many recent “whiteness history month” events at Portland Community College, Women’s Resource Center director Brad Fortier and instructor of education Tanya Mead lead a discussion entitled “It’s Not My Fault”, which centered around a notion of “white fragility” and microaggressions that white people, supposedly, do all the the time that are racist.

    The event started off with Mead going on about how she “struggles with white fragility”.

    http://www.progressivestoday.com/smiling-now-racist/

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  214. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    JDG,
    I think their intent was for Frank to get all the way there and, then, for him to buy them soup, sandwich, and coffee for a light date.

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  215. JDG says:

    Fuzzie I would consider myself a fool to even ponder such a proposition with anyone other than a woman who understood,believed, and lived by the timeless principles for women etched out in the scriptures (not to be confused with the multitude of false hoods, scripture twisting, and out right lies being passed off as “Christian” teachings these days.

    For the non-Christian I suppose that would look like a man who would only venture into a man / woman relationship that closely resembled such relationships from the 1700’s. Hey if it was good enough for John Adams it’s good enough for me. I’m pretty sure they had sammiches in the 1700’s so there’s another plus.

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  216. Spawny Get says:

    “I’ve been doing some of that science shit. In the UK, it’s 5.2″. No wonder we beat their ass”

    Isn’t there a better use to put the extra to than shit stirring though?

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  217. Spawny Get says:

    In the midst of all her empathy and shit, nice that she took the time to photoshop the orange colouring over the approximate area of her t-shirt.

    Either that or her t-shirt is bleeding as much as her heart.

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  218. Spawny Get says:

    “struggles with white fragility”.

    Pretty sure that she struggles with reality far, far more than she does with fragility.

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  219. Spawny Get says:

    I was looking for the Blackadder mention of Lord Sandwich

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  220. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    JDG,
    I wonder if Hillary would understand the need to hang laundry in the East Room to dry as Abigail Adams did?
    This is getting a lot deeper than sandwiches.

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  221. Spawny Get says:

    Cill,
    I thought you’d appreciate it.
    International Socialist jackboot of freedom hah!

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  222. Liz says:

    “So yes, vaginas can lose their tightness over time, especially when not exercised at all. Unfortunately, this may not only cause sexual problems for a male partner down the road, but can make both childbirth and orgasming more difficult, plus lead to a weak pelvic floor.”

    About fifty percent of women have or will have some form of urinary incontinence at some point in their life. So, essentially, anyone who has given vag birth. Also, somewhere from one in ten to one in seven women will have issues with uterine prolapse that are bad enough to have surgery (and 30 percent of those will have followup surgery). There are a lot of girlie problems associated with childbirth. And your undercarriage will never be as it was before. It’s just a fact of life, kegels or no. Remember when I mentioned some elderly women have urethras that have migrated INTO their vags? Things get shifted around. Lots of major trauma down there.

    That’s why I like the French way (where they start trying to repair damage right away). It’s a pretty major health issue.
    But resistance training helps.
    Fun topic!

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  223. Spawny Get says:

    the iggerence of yufe destroyed on TV. This is why ‘This Week’ and ‘The Sunday Politics’, despite being on al-ja-Beeba, are the best political programmes on UK TV.

    Spawny ❤ Brillo (the presenter)

    This car-crash is what happens when populist kids come up against their intellectual betters and make the mistake of slapping them in the face with their ignorance to set things off.

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  224. Liz says:

    Debra Messing should selfie4 urinary incontinence and loose vag awareness.
    Maybe she’s a survivor!

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  225. Spawny Get says:

    The left at work. cf. Bernie on Venezuala
    ‘On balance Mao did more good than harm’ LOLWTF

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  226. Spawny Get says:

    One for the hardcore only (if them).
    David Davis was the guy who lost to Camermong in the Tory leadership contest.

    It’s still beyond me that the polls are showing brexit and remaniacs at level pegging

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  227. Liz says:

    And….more vag birth commentary!
    Here is some information that might be handy (probably not for any active posters here…but maybe there’s lurkers). If you want to avoid a significant amount of damage during vag delivery, I recommend no epidural if possible. It sucks (especially if you are induced, as I was) but you’ll have more control and you can actually feel the damage happening so you can adjust the push in a way to avoid more extensive damage. It’s an internal muscle, and you want to avoid tearing.
    Recovery is typically much easier following the no epidural route than the epidural route.
    Okay, that is all. And of course…you’re welcome!

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  228. Yoda says:

    Oversharing segment still in session it is

    Liked by 1 person

  229. Liz says:

    Now on to the text subject…episiotomies!
    (just kidding Yoda)

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  230. SFC Ton says:

    Making love is what my girlfriends do while I fuck them……….. While I think that’s a classic joke I also think it is equaling telling about how many things are couched in feminine language

    Thanks for the intell Cill. Kicking around the idea of going in on a boat and one of my requirements is 30 days in NZ

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  231. SFC Ton says:

    Fuck your feminist worship of abigail adams

    You should really know who you are attempting to praise

    https://www.goodreads.com/author/quotes/1479.Abigail_Adams

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  232. Spawny Get says:

    Qualidy debate

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  233. Spawny Get says:

    Abigail Adams…interesting link, Ton.

    “…remember the ladies, and be more generous and favorable to them than your ancestors. Do not put such unlimited power into the hands of the Husbands. Remember all Men would be tyrants if they could. If particular care and attention is not paid to the Ladies we are determined to foment a Rebellion, and will not hold ourselves bound by any Laws in which we have no voice, or Representation.”
    ― Abigail Adams

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  234. Spawny Get says:

    Trigger warning…for Tarn

    features the term TittyStreamers

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  235. Tarnished says:

    Ahhhhhhh!
    It buuuuurns!🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥

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  236. Liz says:

    Level 85 Blood Elf hunter!?!
    Woah.
    Sounds like a woman who can take care of herself, and woopazz!
    Stand aside, everyone, blood elf hunter in the room Yo….
    (coincidentally, I just watched the first Rocky movie for the first time in ages last night. Pretty sure blood elf chick could take ‘im!)

    That video was hilarious, Swithy.
    😀

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  237. Liz says:

    Tried to like Tarn’s but hit my button on accident. Stupi old computer.
    I want to get a new one, but I also want to wait until I finish my next book.
    Want to finish with the glove I started with, as it were….but this computer is an old grey mare that ain’t what she used to be.

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  238. Tarnished says:

    I was wondering if Fuzzie knew that Abigail Adams was pro “no taxation/legalization without representation” when he posted his comment…

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  239. Tarnished says:

    World of Warcraft and similar games…or just MMORPGs in general…tend to be money pits + time sinks. Worse than gambling for some people.

    That’s why I stick to consoles 99% of the time, and also don’t go online except to play with friends or download a single DLC.

    Oh. And I also don’t think having a vag and tits and liking games makes one a special snowflake of awesome. Shut the hell up and play, bitches.

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  240. Tarnished says:

    DLC = additional downloadable content released after a game has been out for a while.
    Can include worthwhile things like full extra maps or missions, or utter crap like a weapon/armor set that’s easily surpassed by in-game player creations.

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  241. SFC Ton says:

    Thanks Spawny. Abigail Adams is supposed to have some serious feminist street cred so I didn’t expect to see her praised here but then again the Bear seems to have a knack for praising various feminist and progressive icons while being unhappy about the outcome of their work.

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  242. SFC Ton says:

    For the record the Ton highly approves of hot chicks with their tits on display while dressed up like kitty cats.

    Past that that dudes video makes no fucking sense. It’s a weird ass world but half nekkied hot chicks make it better

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  243. Spawny Get says:

    As a foreigner, after just a short survey of nymag, I have to say that it looks like a unscientific rancid pile of fetid femcentric wank clickbait.

    Just putting that out there.

    For example
    http://nymag.com/scienceofus/2016/06/suddenly-more-men-than-women-in-sweden.html

    One of the weird quirks of human populations is that, naturally, more boys are born than girls. Yet depending on the country, the ratio between genders can be skewed by history and culture. In Russia, a 20th century full of war and a 21st century full of drinking means that there are now 86.8 men per 100 women. Government sanctions and a preference for sons can stymie a female population, too: In China, there are 106.3 men for every 100 women, and in India it’s 107.6.

    So we have a set of numbers that we can compare…I’m guessing straight out of wikipedia or such. X men to 100 women. Fine.

    So what does the liberal arts student say next?

    Which makes the news coming out of Sweden, that petri dish of Nordic socialism, so very interesting. Quite unexpectedly, the country all of a sudden has more men than women, the Associated Press reports. It’s the first time that’s happened since the country started keeping such records, way back in 1749. The gap opened in March 2015 at 277 more men than women, and now it’s over 12,000 — a more than 4,000 percent increase. It’s a sign of things to come, the AP reports: Norway hit a male surplus five years ago, and it’s slated to happen in Britain by 2050.

    So how the fuck do I compare one to the other without knowing the population? Use one representation of the state of things throughout you moron. Or at least give the ability to convert – this is shite journalism, but at least it’s mathematically competent.

    This is what you get when you unleash morons who haven’t even enough grasp of reason to know that they have no grasp of reason to write ‘teh sciencey stuff’ surrounded by those who are equally clueless, but ‘hey we can science’. With no spoilsport guy in the editorial chain to insist on, you know, BASIC journalistic standards.

    This particular article annoys me more because going by the name it was written by an alleged male-ish. Yes, I’m bigotted against moron males that are incapable of relaying statistics clearly.

    Just saying; Puff Ho editorial board (I’m sure that nymag is little more diverse, maybe some gay guys?)

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  244. Spawny Get says:

    “It’s a weird ass world but half nekkied hot chicks make it better”

    A fair point well made.

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  245. BuenaVista says:

    Bloom, the untenured professor who complains about not enough attention being paid to vaginas, would not like the attention and probably shut it down as SEXIST if attention were paid. Or she would complain that it’s just so unfair that biology and childbirth and years render a vay-jay an indeterminate swamp. Perhaps she would say men should Man-Up! and stop seeking sexual gratification with an actual live mature woman. All I know is she’s ignoring the issues … at hand … and trying to stir up another SJW grievance.

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  246. Spawny Get says:

    BV, getting really tired of femeroid shite like that. Sick of the grievance mongering bullshit.

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  247. BuenaVista says:

    Mine or hers? I don’t know what you mean.

    [SG – Hers. Just hers]

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  248. BuenaVista says:

    If you’re annoyed with me, why are you ‘liking’ every other post I offer?

    A simple ‘Go Away’ is sufficient. But you’re a little weird if you like half of what I write but want to edit the other half.

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  249. Spawny Get says:

    Relax! I meant hers. I did double check to make sure that I thought it was clear. *shrug*

    I ‘like’ what I like. If I don’t ‘like’ either I didn’t like, or was ambivalent, or maybe I basically agreed with most of it except for…

    My ex-wife assured me that it was always obvious when I was pissed off.

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  250. Spawny Get says:

    “But you’re a little weird if you like half of what I write but…”

    Damn, it feels normal to me. Doesn’t worry me to find that. I’m not a true believer type. I didn’t think that we have any true believers around here, we have divergent opinions on the edges at times.

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  251. Spawny Get says:

    BV, to be honest, I’ve never felt that I had any great ability to communicate. Most disagreements that I end up in are down to slight (or major) miscommunication.

    Having said that, when I have a strong disagreement…I tend to communicate that quite clearly.

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  252. Yoda says:

    ATLANTA, May 31, 2016 The African-American woman who leads a state chapter of the ACLU has resigned, citing her own daughters’ “frightened” reaction to biological males using the women’s restroom.

    The organization’s increasing focus on legislating the transgender lobby’s concerns pushed Maya Dillard Smith, interim director of the Georgia chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union, to tender her resignation.

    “I have shared my personal experience of having taken my elementary school age daughters into a women’s restroom when shortly after three transgender young adults, over six feet [tall] with deep voices, entered,” she wrote.

    “My children were visibly frightened, concerned about their safety and left asking lots of questions for which I, like many parents, was ill-prepared to answer,” she continued.

    https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/state-leader-quits-aclu-after-children-were-visibly-frightened-by-transgend

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  253. Spawny Get says:

    Oh this is good. I found it while looking for the Puff Ho image
    The Huffington Post Is What Happens When There’s No Men In The Room

    I was shocked in that post to find that 4% of voters thought that Michelle Fields still had credibility as a journalist

    *mindblown*

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  254. SFC Ton says:

    Women complain about everything AND talk out of both sides of their mouth which is why when ever one opens their mouth you should stick a dick in it

    She’ll complain about that but at least you’ll get 20 mins of silence

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  255. Spawny Get says:

    20 mins…are we back to the dick measuring conversation? Or maybe a comment on her technique?

    Sorry, just curious. Just had an early beer in the sunshine

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  256. SFC Ton says:

    I shocked anyone anywhere thinks any journalist has credibility

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  257. Spawny Get says:

    “I shocked anyone anywhere thinks any journalist has credibility”
    Crazy, crazy behaviour to do that these days.
    Same with global warming enthusiast ‘scientists’

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  258. Yoda says:

    I was shocked in that post to find that 4% of voters thought that Michelle Fields still had credibility as a journalist

    Wonder about Piers Morgan I do.
    Glad that have him back the British do

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  259. Spawny Get says:

    “Glad that have him back the British do”

    One day Yoda…one day…to Degoba’s moon you go *shakes fist*

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  260. Cill says:

    BBC Question time from Ipswich (Spawny vid at 12:03 pm):

    I couldn’t help noticing that during questions and comments from the audience all the muddle-headedness was on the “remain” side.

    One woman said the UK would lose the benefit of all the immigrant health professionals if it pulled out of the EU. You can’t have immigrants unless you’re in the EU? Shit that’s dumb.

    Another woman said the people need the EU to keep control of the UK government to look after the people. So who is going to keep control of the EU? The UN? (but wait, she’s probably dumb enough to say Yes to that).

    I live a great life and the 23rd of this month won’t be the end of the world, but I can’t think of any single thing more important right now.

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  261. SFC Ton says:

    Is 20 mins high on the endurance end of things? Plus once she gobbles down the baby batter she has to go brush her teeth and what not, extending your quite time and giving you a chance to move on to something more productive

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  262. Spawny Get says:

    Cill, last week I think I mentioned a Question Time that was surprisingly unbad…that was it.

    Let’s face it, the Remainiacs are fucking morons and/or are bought and paid for (as the Pat Condell video at 5:20pm says).

    It’s been decided that there will be no exit polls on the biggest vote in the UK’s history. Now why would that be? So they can fix the result without anyone being able to query the plausibility of the count?

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  263. Spawny Get says:

    so far so good

    we are fucking full

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  264. Spawny Get says:

    That still image is the Union Flag over the Star Spangled Sphincter

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  265. I posted the link merely as a joke, I did not mean to imply I was recommending the article’s pop. Sorry if I offended!

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  266. Spawny Get says:

    Ofeended? Me?

    nah, I’m in a great mood. The sun is shining, birds singing, lager freezing

    Just holding forth on a favourite bugbear of mine; incompetence

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  267. Cill says:

    pop *pov*

    I preferred pop.

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  268. Cill says:

    The “dick measuring conversation” was an opportunity for lovers of the ridiculous (e.g. me) to indulge in ever more ridiculous comments. I’m surprised there have been no charges of “insecurity” or “immaturity” or “closet midget dick”. Is SS one of the few places where deliberate ridiculousness is okay?

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  269. molly says:

    “Stand aside, everyone, blood elf hunter in the room Yo….” Hahaha Liz!

    Yo then I come in totin’ ma cone.. and woopazz!

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  270. Spawny Get says:

    The “dick measuring conversation” was an opportunity for lovers of the ridiculous (e.g. me) to indulge in ever more ridiculous comments.

    No issue here. My whole schtick with non-feminists is that average for your sex is not destiny. So I have no worries with average winky size comparisons.

    I’m surprised there have been no charges of “insecurity” or “immaturity” or “closet midget dick”.

    I imagine (know for sure*) that at least one person considered commenting on your pouring over a ruggers photo with a ruler and a calculator.

    Is SS one of the few places where deliberate ridiculousness is okay?

    Seems so…I still think that some don’t appreciate the gulf in sense of humour between the Glorious Commonwealth and Imperial Traitors… We just like our humour (alleged) darker, much darker

    (*it was me)

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  271. Spawny Get says:

    And I just laughed on seeing Moll’s avatar. Too seldom seen lately. Hopefully she’s up to healthy things elsewhere.

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  272. molly says:

    UncaS I’m early and excited, as today I see Cill’s new place for the VERY FIRST TIME! No-one except his lawyer and Tom and Choicy even know where it is!

    YEEEEEEE-Haa! I cook a big dinner for them this arvo in the brand new kitchen. I will take the day off of work. Dinner here we come YO! Cill and Choicy and Tom the Maori and totin ma cone me! (lol )

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  273. molly says:

    Off to work I go hoh ho, dinner making I go (and a sneaky peek around the new paradise heh)

    KA-ROAR (in my boat)
    lol

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  274. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Molly! Burrito, burrito, burrito, 🐻 roll
    Yes, you have been missed!

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  275. Ame says:

    Liz – didn’t know you are an author! very cool!

    Spawny – SO jealous of the sun … we’ve got rain, and rain, and more rain. blah blah 😦

    Cill – wow … so wish i could see pics but totally understand the privacy. bet it’s awesome! and on a barge?! how cool is that!

    Molly – you’ll have to tell us all (that is allowed) about it! what’r you cooking?

    Liz – first w/epidural, second unmedicated. episiotomy both times … but my babies came really fast. as for all the other *issues* … *things* … i’ve consulted with my husband, and he has nothing but high praise and no complaints 🙂 … and on the flip side, i have absolutely no complaints and only high praise about anything of his 🙂

    Bloom – your little farm sounds adorable! totally understand the privacy … but if not for that, would love to see pics and even visit sometime! i’ve always thought my aspie girl would thrive in a farm environment (though i wouldn’t know the first thing to do on a farm!).

    BV – i’m sure you’ll be glad to know i’ve got nothing to add!

    Ton – taking off on a boat w/the fam?! that sounds like a cool adventure!

    sammiches … taking sammich orders! and, do you want me to use cookie cutters and cut them into shapes?! 🙂

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  276. Spawny Get says:

    Top tip for Ame.

    Plant grass seeds. I did and the rain stopped that frigging evening. Even with a forecast including rain…not a drop. Except for the thunderstorm just after watering one day.

    The week before I planted, I fixed my decking…instant rain each day until the grass.

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  277. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Molly,

    Like

  278. Ame says:

    Spawny – swimming to the store to get seeds! every kind of seed! make this rain STOP!!! I.NEED.SUN!!!

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  279. Ame says:

    i am procrastinating going to the grocery store … hoping for a break in the rain … but it’s not happening, so i’ll be going in the rain. have delayed all i can.

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  280. Ame says:

    Spawny – i think i need some British rain gear … took the poor dog out & the bottom fell out, and we got soaked! boots … galoshes … waders … scuba gear! arg!

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  281. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Off topic. It was over a year ago that I read about this woman and it was fishy then.
    http://alphagameplan.blogspot.com/2016/06/45-billion-to-zero.html

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  282. Cill says:

    Plant grass seeds. I did and the rain stopped that frigging evening. Even with a forecast including rain…not a drop. Except for the thunderstorm just after watering one day.

    The week before I planted, I fixed my decking…instant rain each day until the grass.

    The man up top is too busy looking after me, me old mate. Sorry about that. First things first, and all that.

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  283. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Ame,
    “Rain, rain, go away
    Come again some other day!”

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  284. Spawny Get says:

    Cill, what’s the point of being a Glorious Patriarch if your interests don’t come first?

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  285. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    That was weird.

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  286. Spawny Get says:

    Weird but true…100%

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  287. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny, I was not referring to your most recent comment.

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  288. Spawny Get says:

    The whole movie

    BREXIT THE MOVIE is a feature-length documentary film to inspire as many people as possible to vote to LEAVE the EU in the June 23rd referendum.

    BREXIT THE MOVIE spells out the danger of staying part of the EU. Is it safe to give a remote government beyond our control the power to make laws? Is it safe to tie ourselves to countries which are close to financial ruin, drifting towards scary political extremism, and suffering long-term, self-inflicted economic decline?

    BREXIT THE MOVIE shows a side of the EU they don’t want us to see: the sprawling self-serving bureaucracy, the political cynicism, the lack of accountability, the perks, the waste, the cronyism, the corruption.

    BREXIT THE MOVIE cuts through the patronizing intellectualism of the noble, higher goals of ‘Project Europe’, to reveal the self-interestedness of the political-bureaucratic class which runs and benefits from the EU.

    BREXIT THE MOVIE highlights the danger of becoming a prisoner in an insular, backward-looking Fortress Europe. And it explores the exciting opportunities that open up to us when we look beyond the narrow confines of the EU.

    BREXIT THE MOVIE looks to the future, arguing forcefully and persuasively that it is safer and wiser to live in a country which is free, independent, self-governing, confident and global.

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  289. Spawny Get says:

    “Spawny, I was not referring to your most recent comment.”

    Tease

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  290. Cill says:

    Spawny, the man up top sometimes shows concerns for the bottom-dwellers as well. It’s just the way it is.

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  291. Spawny Get says:

    “the man up top”
    How is that not me? Glorious Patriarch me.

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  292. Ame says:

    “the sun rises on the evil and the good … the rain falls on the just and the unjust”

    i believe that about covers all of us all the time 🙂

    guess none of us gets to be a special snowflake today 🙂

    okay … except you, Spawny, cause this is, after all, your place … and you are, after all, the Glorious Patriarch!

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  293. Spawny Get says:

    Much better. Cill could learn much from Ame.

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  294. Ame says:

    “The National Weather Service has issued an area flood advisory in effect until 6 p.m.. Heavy rain from thunderstorms are causing excessive runoff, which may result in flooding in low-lying areas and construction zones. PLEASE USE CAUTION ON the interstate that is buried in construction from now till eternity and where there are tons of wrecks anyway b/c y’all all think you’re special snowflakes and can drive like bats outa hell and hydroplane all over the place and not wreck your vehicle taking about ten or more with you … causing even more delays and backups b/c you’re an idiot! And may God have mercy on your soul if you kill someone out there because you can’t figure out that hydroplaning in a car surrounded by a jillion other vehicles is a bad way to travel.”

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  295. Cill says:

    Even GPBTMSGL has to yield pride of place to the mere mortals of Down Under at times.

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  296. Ame says:

    Spawny – that’s actually a verse from the bible: Matthew 5:45 🙂
    https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew%205&version=NKJV

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  297. Cill says:

    Meanwhile, Ame, after weeks of planning, right on cue I have glorious Winter weather and calm seas for my big shift. The devil looks after his own.

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  298. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Brexit the movie was a good watch. Those who haven’t seen it, should. What should worry people is something that hasn’t happened yet but that the EU has been working up to-putting all their nations’ military under one authority. I don’t want to think what harm they could do when none of the representatives are directly elected.

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  299. Spawny Get says:

    Tsk tsk Ame, how careless.

    Forecast Summary
    This Evening and Tonight
    For many places it will stay fine and dry this evening and tonight, and with some lengthy clear spells and light winds it may get rather chilly in sheltered western parts. Cloud will build in eastern parts, spreading westwards later.

    Environmental Summary
    UV: 8
    UK Range: 1-8
    Pollution: Low
    UK Range: Low to Very High
    Pollen: Moderate
    UK Range: Low to Very High

    Winds Force 1
    Visibility ‘G’ Good

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  300. Spawny Get says:

    Spawny’s Achers are far from sheltered

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  301. Cill says:

    Not to be excluded from the righteous stuff, replace my last sentence with this one (from the Bible per Ame’s link):

    ” Let your light so shine before men”.

    Enough. I’m supposed to be steering a barge here (I’m just in a helluva good mood, is all)

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  302. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    The last wsord on the pheasants was that they had disappeared. Have they come back? As neighbors go, they had to be minimally objectionable.

    Ame,
    If you live where I think that you live, stay in unless it is absolutely necessary. I can’t think of a city for worse drivers in good, not to mention, inclement weather.

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  303. Spawny Get says:

    I think that my glorious cock and his harem have moved away a little in order to lay. Every now and again I hear a distant strangled squawk. Hopefully they’ll stay away until the chicks aren’t moggie bait.

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  304. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Given that, I can see how they would value privacy.

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  305. Ame says:

    Oh Great Patriarch, please forgive my carelessness … (and my jealousy!) 🙂

    Cill – lol! let that light shine on that barge … and may you continue to have calm seas and not run into anything while commenting 🙂

    Fuzzie – drivers here are crazy, but i’ve seen worse. however, we must traverse out into the chaos tonight as my step son’s graduation ceremonies are tonight. we’ll go early and eat close to where the ceremonies are being held so we can avoid being caught for hours behind an ignorant/idiotic driver … errr … a wreck 😉

    our poor new pooch was going stir crazy, so i took her for a walk in the rain. she loves the rain, and the puddles. our beloved late pooch was brown and thought a drop of water would send her to her grave. this pooch is white and loves mud puddles. yes, she’s had yet another bath since we’ve been home. she’s the best bathed dog ever! 🙂

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  306. Cill says:

    Ame re the wet weather: look to buy the clothing Arctic seamen wear. That will keep you dry in the weather. I’ve seen it for sale in Seattle, but guess there’s not normally much demand for it in Texas.

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  307. Ame says:

    Cill – no, and it’s a bit warmer here … in the 70’s and raining … nasty humidity when it pauses. since it’s june we should be in the high 80’s to low 90’s though, so i guess it’s not all bad … except the pool water is still too cold to swim in.

    i imagine arctic gear would be too hot for us. i cannot imagine living in the pacific northwest with all that rain. i need more sun! 🙂 🙂 🙂 (#)

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  308. Spawny Get says:

    Here Ame, practice your lingo before venturing out

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  309. Ame says:

    lol Spawny! well … i guess i’m better off since i *am* a woman 😉

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  310. Liz says:

    “Off topic. It was over a year ago that I read about this woman and it was fishy then.
    http://alphagameplan.blogspot.com/2016/06/45-billion-to-zero.html

    Glad she never roped some unfortunate, unsuspecting dude into marriage with her fake billions.

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  311. Liz says:

    I should add though, as an Italian I can kind of appreciate a scam of that magnitude.
    That’s like, the mostest bestest grifter EVAR.

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  312. Cill says:

    I think that my glorious cock and his harem have moved away a little in order to lay. Every now and again I hear a distant strangled squawk. That’s the sound they make when in a cat’s or fox’s jaws.

    Seriously, your seasons are the opposite of ours, so your pheasants should have chicks by now, or be close to it.

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  313. Spawny Get says:

    Just a theory. We had a late spring?

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  314. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Liz,
    The article I read about a year and a half ago made the whole proposition stink to high heaven. If it had worked, it would have been the greatest boon to medicine. It was about setting up blood testing machines in drug stores. The machines would run a tremendous battery of tests from a nominal sample and be accurate.It never worked. She must have taken in billions. If a man had done this, he would be prosecuted. However, if a man had attempted this, it wouldn’t have got off the ground. It will be interesting to see if prosecutions arise out of this.

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  315. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    All the pheasant eggs left at the doorstep. Our Glorious Patriarch takes them inside. They hatch and address him as “Mommy!”.

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  316. Cill says:

    Identity crisis:

    Out at sea like this, with a load of cattle on a barge, I can’t make up my mind if I’m a farmer who sails, or a sailor who farms.

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  317. Ame says:

    Cill – not sure I can be of much help there, but you reminded me … I was in the grocery last week and saw New Zealand lamb! all da way down here in Texas! 🙂

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  318. Liz says:

    Fuzzie, having worked in a medical lab to me it was ALWAYS as scam.
    Even when the major financial magazines were peddling her bright idea.
    “Gee…wouldn’t it be great to run a battery of tests from one drop of blood?”

    Um….Fuckin’ a YEAH! Then I wouldn’t have to fill all these vials from hard sticks…
    Hey, I came up with that idea too!
    It was pretty obvious her “great idea” never passed the “wouldn’t it be great?” stage.
    By that measure, I invented roller blades when I was five (and a lot of great potential amusement park rides)

    I was curious and every article only basically stated “it would be great! Wow!”
    So…my shytometer pegged.
    I’ve also invested in some of those “quick test” companies…I didn’t see why this chick would discover anything the smarter people hadn’t been able to (yet). And, I’m always looking at DARPA tech too.

    I used to rant about this chick. Mike and the boys thought it was funny stuff. I’m so glad everything came to light and she is a proven fraud. How gratifying. Is that wrong?

    But, I’ll give her a Ponzi award for this. Kind of like Darwin, but more Italian.

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  319. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Liz,
    You saw it that early?
    I would like to see get a room next to Bernie Madoff. Do you feel the same way?

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  320. Guests says:

    Hi Spawny and your friends.

    CVrisis of Identity. It’s no mystery to Maori. We are a people of the land and sea. The boss is a man of the land and sea.

    How go you bro?

    Cheers, from Tom the Maori aboard barge with the boss.

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  321. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Tom,
    Are the cattle hanging in all right or are they looking a little green?

    Like

  322. Spawny Get says:

    From buttered new potato to battered new potato in one question

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  323. JDG says:

    Fuzzie – JDG,
    I wonder if Hillary would understand the need to hang laundry in the East Room to dry as Abigail Adams did?

    No and I wouldn’t expect her to understand the need for anything else that included real work or that is humbling. Her not liking it only makes laundry hanging that much more desirable.

    It was good enough for my mom, it was good enough for my wife (before we married) and her mom (still is), and it was good enough for me (before I was married – I hated having my shirts shrink in the dryers). There are still some things my wife will not put in a dryer. She did find a way to get around the shirt shrinking problem. She buys my shirts two sizes above and the when they shrink they still fit. Why didn’t I think of that?

    Although my comment yesterday was in the context of relationships, there actually are many 1st world “advantages” we can live with out, especially when it disconnects our family from the shackles of feminism and it’s ugly step sister political correctness.

    This is getting a lot deeper than sandwiches

    Its okay. I like deep.

    I know more than a few people who live in the 3rd world. As far as I can see they have zero illusions about what is important and what is not important in day to day necessities. They’re grateful to have food to eat that day and a roof over their head. What women over here will blow a gasket over, most women over there will count it as minor, and visa versa.

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  324. Spawny Get says:

    Hey Tom, smooth sailing here, hope you have the same. I hear that Cill bloke can be a unyielding task master…but at the end of the day the liquor’s fine and the food unbeatable. I hear that Molly can brighten many a man’s day just with a smile.

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  325. Yoda says:


    Students slammed peers, profs., and family members who are white and/or male in a private Facebook group for students in the undergraduate Claremont college consortium “who identify as women of color.”

    The group was shut down after its members realized the Claremont Independent obtained screenshots of its discussions.

    Recently, the Claremont Independent obtained screenshots from the “5C Women of Color” Facebook group. According to its description, the group—accessible only to its 1,100 approved members—is “for 5C students and alumnae who identify as women of color to reach out and serve as resources/support for one another.”

    Many of the page’s most popular posts mock those who do not identify as women of color.

    In response to her adoptive white father making jokes at her expense, Sarah Weiyun Otterstrom (SC ‘17) posted “I just need to get this out. I hate having white parents so much.” Another student responded by instructing Otterstrom to tell her father that “his pale ass is worthless and the sun doesn’t even like him. Talk about his receding hairline, the fact that he probably looks 20 years older than he actually is, and that he probably has a small penis.”

    http://www.campusreform.org/?ID=7641

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  326. Spawny Get says:

    Give a bunch of women what they think of as a private place and you get a bitchfest?
    Never would have seen that one coming.

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  327. Spawny Get says:

    Too obscure? I reckon the Kiwis’ll get it.

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  328. Guests says:

    Truth Spawny the boss is tough. The boss is the best boss I had, firm but fair. When he reads this he should give a Maori a raise eh “;)”

    The boss has waimaria.He is a man of good luck.

    Cheers, from Tom the Maori

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  329. Yoda says:

    Vox Day has a post today about Forbes revising its net worth estimate for Elizabeth Holmes from $4.5 billion to zero. Yet from this article it is clear that Holmes has all of the attributes to be a kickass tech visionary:

    Lab coat? Check
    Ponytail? Check*
    Fanboys? Check

    https://dalrock.wordpress.com/2016/06/02/what-else-could-they-want/

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  330. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    JDG,
    Your wife had to do a little experimenting. I hang dry my shirts.
    I can see how third world people would have a different point of view.
    Now, I am starting to self censor. Ton went wild over the Abigail Adams reference, even if it was only about hanging laundry.

    Spawny Get,
    I was shocked ay David Cameron’s patience in dealing with that slip of girl who went on and on, only to insult him with something she learned last week.

    Yoda,
    It’s expensive to attend the Claremont Colleges. No wonder these women of color kept their communications secret while they trash talked their parents who are paying for it.

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  331. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    Do you think that you could influence Farm Boy to write something short for tonight about Elizabeth Holmes? While others may pick up on what we write about, it is not that often that we discuss breaking news.

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  332. Guests says:

    Kia Ora fuzziewuzziebear

    The cattle are not hanging, they are on the hoof “;)”

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  333. JDG says:

    Spawny Get says:
    2 June, 2016 at 1:38 pm
    Abigail Adams…interesting link, Ton.

    “…remember the ladies, and be more generous and favorable to them than your ancestors. Do not put such unlimited power into the hands of the Husbands. Remember all Men would be tyrants if they could. If particular care and attention is not paid to the Ladies we are determined to foment a Rebellion, and will not hold ourselves bound by any Laws in which we have no voice, or Representation.”
    ― Abigail Adams

    Yeah I don’t think she was content hanging the clothes out to dry either; however, her husband was not a fool IMO. In response to the letter from his wife he wrote the following:

    As to Declarations of Independency, be patient. Read our Privateering Laws, and our Commercial Laws. What signifies a Word.

    As to your extraordinary Code of Laws, I cannot but laugh. We have been told that our Struggle has loosened the bands of Government every where. That Children and Apprentices were disobedient-that schools and Colledges were grown turbulent -that Indians slighted their Guardians and Negroes grew insolent to their Masters. But your Letter was the first Intimation that another Tribe more numerous and powerfull than all the rest were grown discontented.-This is rather too coarse a Compliment but you are so saucy, I wont blot it out.

    Depend upon it, We know better than to repeal our Masculine systems. Altho they are in full Force, you know they are little more than Theory. We dare not exert our Power in its full Latitude. We are obliged to go fair, and softly, and in Practice you know We are the subjects. We have only the Name of Masters, and rather than give up this, which would compleatly subject Us to the Despotism of the Peticoat, I hope General Washington, and all our brave Heroes would fight.

    Now that we are in the midst of the Despotism of the Peticoat, in spite of the warnings in our 2nd U.S. President’s letter to his wife, is there any sign that folks who have actually read that exchange have learned a lesson from this? (The question is purely academic.)

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  334. Spawny Get says:

    DoomedDave has been shamelessly lying about Turkey, absolutely shameless. Many see this as revenge. Revenge, as we all know, is a dish best served cold…with a delicious schadenfreude sauce.

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  335. Cill says:

    Fuzzy,

    I’m not following links right now, but from Liz at 10:17 pm I suddenly realize who you’re talking about. I’ve been waiting for that rip-off sheila to crash. I’ve got no sympathy for the chumps who put their money behind her. She’s such an obvious rip-off, trading on the “women can do it too” crap.

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  336. Spawny Get says:

    “The boss has waimaria.He is a man of good luck.”
    Certainly seems to have good friends.

    How many barge trips is the whole process going to need?
    Will you be done today?

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  337. Spawny Get says:

    Well this can’t be right, can it?
    SAVAGED: David Cameron Crumbles At Live Brexit Townhall

    Britain’s Prime Minister David Cameron crumbled in front of a live studio audience during a Sky News town hall-style event on Britain’s membership of the European Union.
    Answering questions from Sky’s political editor Faisal Islam, as well as the live studio audience, the Prime Minister failed to answer multiple questions including on mass migration into Britain, Turkish membership of the European Union, and jobs.

    Mr. Cameron’s key arguments for staying in the European Union – jobs, security, and the uncertainty of leaving the EU – were skewered on multiple occasions and Mr. Cameron was clearly rattled by the event

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  338. Liz says:

    “Liz,
    You saw it that early?
    I would like to see get a room next to Bernie Madoff. Do you feel the same way?”

    Oh, yeah. Definitely.
    I think Madoff was more intelligent though.
    My interest (in bloodwork quick tests, ergo this other “Elizabeth”) was profit oriented.
    I hadn’t gotten over the fact I missed the latex glove bubble (I was a couple of years too late there). And I’d always thought exactly what her “bright idea” suggested. Gee…wouldn’t this be great? But unlike her I had some actual experience in the field (and some background in science…if memory serves, she doesn’t).

    So, basically her shtick was the equivalent of watching this commercial:

    With everyone espousing Liz Taylor looks no more than 21! Oh, wouldn’t it be great if we all had her secret to eternal youth!?!
    My natural question was…how can you tell? It’s too foggy a lens.
    Having been raised with a master manipulator, I was vexed.

    Hm. Perhaps there is a trend with Lizes. Lizes are trixy. Takes one to know one.
    😉

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  339. Farm Boy says:

    There is a new post

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  340. Liz says:

    Liz ho walks down the trail and runs in to her arch nemesis…a Liz ho!
    Liz ho attacks.
    Ho on ho, man what a sight!

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  341. Spawny Get says:

    According to reports the following should not be viewed by those of a delicate disposition.
    Scenes of the hoi polloi making mock of a shining wit

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  342. Spawny Get says:

    Ending the day with another high

    http://www.breitbart.com/big-journalism/2016/06/02/gawker-traffic-plummets-new-low/

    But the company’s real problem was Peter Thiel, the billionaire PayPal founder, who Gawker previously outed as gay. After attracting Thiel’s enmity, the entrepreneur and venture capitalist spent nine years searching for potential plaintiffs with winnable cases against Gawker.

    After revealing that it was he who financed the wrestler’s legal battle with the media company, Thiel said it was one of the more “philanthropic” things he had done in his life. Many agreed, starting the #ThankYouPeter hashtag to express their gratitude to the billionaire.

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  343. Guests says:

    Your right Spawny, the Draft Down Under, Rare Breed bourbon, Goddess molly, make my job worth while. Check in on your blog 600 through 1300 hours GBT tomorrow to catch us in full swing, eh bro?

    Now a Maori must work for his living. Walk safely brother.
    e noho rā

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  344. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Liz,
    Bernie Madoff had credentials up the wazoo. That’s why his fraud was so shocking.
    It would be good to put her away. She can play cribbage with Bernie..

    Tom or Cill,
    The cattle may like this.

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  345. Liz says:

    Liz v Liz footage:

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  346. Cill says:

    Spawny I’ll be living in my new place from tonight, but it will be at least another 3 days’ work before we’re done – and that’s assuming perfect conditions. I’ve arranged to store some items with the new owner of my “old ” place, for collection later in the year.

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  347. Tarnished says:

    Plus once she gobbles down the baby batter she has to go brush her teeth and what not

    Why? You that bitter, Ton? *cheeky grin*

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  348. copperfox3c says:

    New blog post – Feminism: Meaningless Words create Meaningless Ideals
    http://www.illiberal-liberal.com/2016/06/feminism-meaningless-words-create-meaningless-ideals/

    Which actually relates to this post, as the problem you’re pointing out is one that manifests from the meaningless ideals of Feminism. These women are confused because they have based their lives and principles on things that have no basis in reality, or basis in the laws of attraction.

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  349. Cill says:

    Copperfox, I will check that out later in the day. Good to hear from you.

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  350. Spawny Get says:

    Managed to subscribe to your blog on my computer. Previous attempts on a tablet failed.

    Thanks for the link, please feel free to continue doing that. I like your content.

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  351. Yoda says:

    Big this thread would be
    Creates browser errors it does

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  352. Yoda says:

    “Multiple studies show that college-educated Americans are increasingly reluctant to marry those lacking a college degree. This bias is having a devastating impact on the dating market for college-educated women. . . . The same women who are supposedly just desperate to get married, who want nothing more than to meet a nice guy who doesn’t drool all over himself, categorically reject the vast majority of men they come across without batting an eyelash—and then say the problem is there aren’t any good guys.”

    http://time.com/dateonomics/

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