The Scheisse Pipeline

Commenter Buena Vista in response to Ton wrote,

“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.

Unfortunately, this appears to be true.  The result of this is many women unfit for marriage, motherhood or most everything else.  They are entitled, conniving (though not always good at it) and difficult to get along with;  and their production in the modern day never relents.  NAWALT of course applies.

It wasn’t always that way.  Women were taught useful skills, reasonable thought patterns and very importantly, how to channel their emotions.  The result were mostly competent pleasant women, women that could function well as part of a husband and wife team.  They were good enough with children, and were taught that raising them well was a goal to aspire to. Finally, they were taught to care for others; and when combined with the the rest of the training, results the heart of gold that Ton mentions.

Perhaps this training was in response to all of the vices that women seem to have a natural predisposition towards.  The Bible is littered with examples of these, and calls to avoid them.  Better to save a woman (and her children) from herself, than to allow these ills to be replicated for generations.  The sins of the mother are passed on to the children.

Anyway, all of these lessons are forgotten.  Where did we go wrong?

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154 comments on “The Scheisse Pipeline
  1. Yoda says:

    Hillary spent lifetime “fighting for the poor and women” she did.
    With other people’s money it was
    Made herself rich in the process true also it would be..
    A “heart of gold” this is not

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  2. Tarnished says:

    Finally, they were taught to care for others; and when combined with the the rest of the training, results the heart of gold

    Difficult to teach empathy nowadays it is? Or difficult to learn it?

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  3. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    What I think happened is that all restraints on female sexuality were lifted to benefit a minority of men. That these women are of little social utility is not a concern for the minority as they only have temporary contact.
    That genie is not going back in the bottle.

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  4. Ame says:

    “Finally, they were taught to care for others”

    as a mother of two girls, this has been intentional.

    a simple example … as i’ve stated before, my youngest has asperger’s, bipolar, sensory, severely dyslexic, and several other things. thankfully we were able to get her great medical care and were in excellent school districts (as her dad enforced public education, even to the point of having a court order for such after the divorce).

    my oldest developed an anaphylactic allergy to fire ants in kindergarten – by the time i got to the school after they called me, which took less than 5 minutes, her eyes were rolled back in her head, her body was ‘rag-doll,’ she was non-responsive, etc, and the school nurse and teacher who were tending to her were totally freaked out and didn’t know what to do – i had to take over. from then on she had to carry an epi pen when out in the fields at school (since, in texas, we cohabitate with fire ants) since the fields are large … and she had a buddy assigned to her so there would always be someone to call for help if she were bit and had the same reaction again (i got her a cute fanny pack in which she carried her epi pen, and the school nurse had another one. i also had to bring in a training video for the nurse and staff so they’d know how to use it in the event it was needed. thankfully, it was never needed, but they were prepared).

    so, my girls each had ‘odd’ things relative to their peers at school. i taught them very young that everyone has ‘something,’ regardless of whether we know it or can see it or not. i taught them that although we had to make certain choices to accommodate them, they were their own ‘normal,’ and that was just fine … cause everyone has ‘something.’

    one way i intentionally taught that was to not throw away baby dolls and stuffed animals if broken. it would look something like this:

    Daughter: “Mommy, my baby’s arm broke off!”
    Me: “Well, you need to love her, then. Is it her fault her arm broke off? Is she less of a baby doll because she doesn’t have an arm? How can we love her with only one arm?”

    then my little girls would love on their broken baby doll, care for it, nurture it, and learn to accommodate without the arm.

    i also taught them to look deeper when kids were ‘mean’. sometimes the kid was just mean … sometimes there was a reason for it, but i taught them to think about behavior, to look for what is true, and to help others … and also to protect themselves from truly mean people.

    they would fight like sisters do at home, but i was told over and over that they were very protective of each other in public. oldest would protect and care for youngest, help her when she needed it, wouldn’t let others treat her poorly … youngest could spot a fire ant from a mile away and would lead her sister in paths that were safe for her. i love that.

    i also heard stories of them caring for others. i love that, too.

    and i’ve also taught them to respect men. simple things … like i’ll ask them to pour a glass of milk for their step dad, take him something he wants … a quick look or soft word when they need to change their words or attitude toward him or their step brother to be more respectful towards them.

    and, i teach them this world is not all about them … while also nurturing them and taking care of their needs so they know that, while it’s not all about them, they, too, are valuable and important and worth caring about. and so they know what it feels like and looks like to be cared for.

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  5. Yoda says:

    i teach them this world is not all about them

    All starts with this it does

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  6. Ame says:

    yep. it sure does.

    my youngest walked into the kitchen the other day while i was cleaning up a few things and said, “Okay, I’m ready. Let’s go.”

    she hit me at a bad moment … and i turned around and said quite firmly, “Let’s get ONE thing VERY clear here … *I* am the MOM, YOU are NOT! *I* will let you know when we’re ready to go.”

    she’s been down this road a time or two, or three, or more … i saw a tiny smile try to escape from her lips before she wisely drew it back in and quietly left the room until i was finished and ready to leave. 🙂

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  7. Spawny Get says:

    The mentalities we’re dealing with

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  8. Tarnished says:

    and, i teach them this world is not all about them … while also nurturing them and taking care of their needs so they know that, while it’s not all about them, they, too, are valuable and important and worth caring about.

    Both are incredibly crucial for proper development of a child. I applaud Ame and parents like her for seeing this fact of life and teaching it.

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  9. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Who are these people? The word “thick” or “dense” doesn’t begin to cover it.

    I am reminded that women’s groups in Switzerland, where nearly all men are Army reserve and have assault rifles, want to see those assault rifles locked up ion armories. The men have brought their rifles home since forever. I don’t think Switzerland has much assault rifle related crime.

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  10. horseman says:

    its not all about you.

    Apply to gender, race, class, status, politics, number of hair folicles.

    Source of all “someone do something about it” ills.

    Or if it is truly about you a la Ame’s daughter and fire ants…Do Something about it cause no one gonna do it for you. (see school nurse not knowing to use an epi pen.)

    Life happens. Shit aint fairly distributed. Your gifts aren’t mine.
    Fucking Deal With It.

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  11. Sumo says:

    My experience is that the dumber they are, the more susceptible they are to herd feminist posturing and behavior.

    My experience is that the dumber they are, the easier they are to manipulate. 😉

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  12. Farm Boy says:

    My experience is that the dumber they are, the more susceptible they are to herd feminist posturing and behavior.

    My experience is that the dumber they are, the easier they are to manipulate.

    I don’t see any contradiction there. The core of feminism is about manipulation.

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  13. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I’ll second Farm Boy. There is no contradiction.

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  14. Sumo says:

    ‘Twas an agreement, not a contradiction.

    Although, I fully admit that I manipulate them for an entirely different purpose than the femeroids do.

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  15. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    You get them to make sandwiches for you.

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  16. Tarnished says:

    Ha! So true, Horseman.

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  17. Tarnished says:

    Sammiches! (Kind of)


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  18. BuenaVista says:

    Fuzzy, a semi auto carbine is not an ‘assault rifle.’

    And to your earlier complaint, you’re in somebody’s 20%. Why not stop bitching and figure out, instead, who your dating cohort is.

    I do like the smart girls. When I date a hairdresser or college kid, I know what they’re going to say before they say it. Hard to appear fascinated, in that instance.

    But women inhabit a social sphere which has nothing to do with men. As the Jewish intellectual Irving Kristol noted, when asked How goes the culture wars? he replied, We lost, they’re currently mopping up.

    Just don’t tell the girls they own civil society. They still want to leave the party with a manly man, and who are we to disabuse them of their desires?

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  19. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I went back to that clip from Sky News and watched as much as I could stand. While they came close to saying it, they didn’t. “It’s only men.”

    I haven’t seen a list of the victims but, they will be overwhelmingly Hispanic. It would not surprise me if Mexican drug cartels are already planning reprisals.

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  20. Farm Boy says:

    As the Jewish intellectual Irving Kristol noted, when asked How goes the culture wars? he replied, We lost, they’re currently mopping up.

    Hence, the Scheisse Pipeline

    Or in more detail, the Scheisse Production Pipeline Producing Poor Girls (SPPPPG)

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  21. SFC Ton says:

    Where did we go wrong?

    When the 1st dude didn’t pimp slap the 1st woman who got bitchy.


  22. SFC Ton says:

    Yes it is all about me


  23. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I went back and read my own comment. The only reference to assault rifles that I made was in conjunction with the Swiss Army. Yes, these guys are taking their service weapons home with them.

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  24. SFC Ton says:

    The term was purposely misused until it took on a new meaning

    Back in the day, to be an assault rifle it has to be fully automatic and/ or fire from the open bolt position like a machine gun

    M4’s even when fully automatic do not fire from the open bolt position

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  25. Farm Boy says:

    Later, the president would say that he had failed to fully appreciate the fear many Americans were experiencing about the possibility of a Paris-style attack in the U.S. Great distance, a frantic schedule, and the jet-lag haze that envelops a globe-spanning presidential trip were working against him. But he has never believed that terrorism poses a threat to America commensurate with the fear it generates. Even during the period in 2014 when isis was executing its American captives in Syria, his emotions were in check. Valerie Jarrett, Obama’s closest adviser, told him people were worried that the group would soon take its beheading campaign to the U.S. “They’re not coming here to chop our heads off,” he reassured her. Obama frequently reminds his staff that terrorism takes far fewer lives in America than handguns, car accidents, and falls in bathtubs do. Several years ago, he expressed to me his admiration for Israelis’ “resilience” in the face of constant terrorism, and it is clear that he would like to see resilience replace panic in American society. Nevertheless, his advisers are fighting a constant rearguard action to keep Obama from placing terrorism in what he considers its “proper” perspective, out of concern that he will seem insensitive to the fears of the American people.

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  26. Farm Boy says:

    The term was purposely misused until it took on a new meaning

    This happens an awful lot. It is as if it was intentional or something…

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  27. Liz says:

    Sometimes I hit the like button too quickly. Didn’t notice the mean bit to Fuzzie, BV.
    Boo. 😦

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  28. Farm Boy says:

    “I think we are about to have the most serious constitutional crisis since the Abdication of King Edward VIII. I suppose we had better try to enjoy it. If – as I think we will – we vote to leave the EU on June 23, a democratically elected Parliament, which wants to stay, will confront a force as great as itself – a national vote, equally democratic, which wants to quit. Are we about to find out what actually happens when an irresistible force meets an immovable object? I am genuinely unsure how this will work out. I hope it will only destroy our two dead political parties, stiffened corpses that have long propped each other up with the aid of BBC endorsement and ill-gotten money.”

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  29. Farm Boy says:

    I wonder if it will have an affirmative action benefit…

    An Oregon judge ruled Friday that a transgender person can legally change their sex to “non-binary” rather than male or female in what legal experts believe is a first in the United States.

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  30. Farm Boy says:

    Here is how to do it

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  31. Farm Boy says:

    If you are serious about getting some affirmative action benefits, here is how

    Liked by 1 person

  32. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    May this prove some consolation for Farm Boy and Master Yoda.

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  33. Farm Boy says:

    This one even has a British twist

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  34. horseman says:

    Morticia…..mmmmm my childhood crush……

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  35. Spawny Get says:

    About the video clip that I gave earlier

    Mr. Jones also seemed intent on deflecting the blame for the attack away from Islamic State despite the facts that the terror group already claimed responsibility, and that the perpetrator of the attack, Omar Mateen, had pledged allegiance to Islamic State.

    And Mr. Jones made further excuses for radical Islam, claiming the terrorist: “had no strong religious convictions whatsoever” adding: “This is a homophobic terrorist, whatever else he is. He has some twisted view of Islamic fundamentalism to justify it”.


  36. Spawny Get says:

    Keeping firearms in armouries rather than private homes has been suggested ‘elsewhere’. Having a single target place for thieves looking to steal said items…smart thinking. Ranges are seldom in the middle of town for obvious reasons, so you have caches of weapons in remote, isolated places.

    There are rumours of an EU action on assualt weapons semi-auto firearms. Just one more reason to GTFO. Although DoomedDave is already enthusiastically supporting the new measures, so the tardians are also local, not just European. We have another wunch of bankers in the hierarchy above us looking for any knee-jerk response which they can use to disarm the law abiding without putting the evil to much greater inconvenience.

    Also, it’s faaaaaar too late to think that gun control in the US is going to reduce the number of weapons in the hands of baddies. Far too late. Why not deal with reality? Why let large numbers of unstable ideologues into your country. Sort out your mental health system to help deal with the local nutters?

    I am fucking sick of libtards and their knee-jerk do something which always makes things worse because (deliberately or not) they never fucking think of the consequences of their shit laws. They use the consequences to invent new shit laws to put on top. We don’t need more laws (the European approach. Code Napolean), we need less, better laws (English Common Law, at least originally).

    The Code Napolean – people are evil and must be controlled vs Common Law – people are mostly good so only minimal management is required is a fundamental difference in attitude. A difference central to why the UK should never have agreed to any sharing of legal system with the Euro-serfs.

    Under CN you need a law to actively enable peons to do something. Under CL a law must be created to stop peons from doing something that society needs controlled. The entire philosophy is inverted. CN encorages people to view the law as something to be avoided / subverted because it’s nannying control. CL encourages people to respect the law (a long time ago in a place so far away from where we are now).

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  37. Tarnished says:

    When the “zombie apocalypse” hits, it will be better if more common people have access to weaponry to protect them and theirs. Why liberals can’t see this is beyond me.

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  38. Spawny Get says:

    gunz are bad mmmkay?

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  39. Liz says:

    “I am fucking sick of libtards and their knee-jerk do something which always makes things worse because (deliberately or not) they never fucking think of the consequences of their shit laws. They use the consequences to invent new shit laws to put on top.”

    Which (also) summarizes exactly why America’s first affirmative action president performed exactly as would be expected.

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  40. Liz says:

    I’m not sure how Dalrock or Cernovich would suggest the police have handled this better.
    Yes, three hours sounds like a lot but it was night time in a packed nightclub and they couldn’t exactly go in shooting with a bunch of innocent people everywhere.
    They had no way to even know how many shooters there were in the first place.
    I’m reminded of an interview with a general during some war. It went something like this:

    General: “It will take about a whole day to cross that area, because it is full of mines”
    Journalist: “Isn’t that an awfully long time to cross such a small area”
    General: “Have you ever crossed a mine field?”

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  41. Spawny Get says:
    there’s more there, but in the meantime

    In ten days’ time, after two generations, one nation and one alone is to be permitted a vote of consequence on the issue of mass immigration. It is no exaggeration to say that Britain’s reputation as a historic defender of the West hangs in the balance, as no country is likely to be given an identical chance ever again.

    Not of a mere vote in a General Election – for politicians discussing the subject with crossed fingers held permanently behind their backs – but an actual referendum whose result will compel and require government to reassert genuine control over its country’s borders.

    If Vote Leave wins next Thursday it is likely to be the beginning of the end, but solely for a cosy political consensus. A political consensus which maintains the pretence that controlling who comes in and out of a country, and how many do so, is something that cannot and should not be done in our century.

    Yet doing so is actually a central function of every sovereign government that might lay claim to being either independent or legitimate. However should the Remain camp prove successful in making a what should be a question about sovereignty and self-determination into one focused on spurious economics instead, you can already hear what comes next.

    ‘The issue of mass migration is settled,’ our politicians will say. ‘The British public clearly found the arguments against it voiced in the referendum campaign unconvincing,’ they will add.

    With the loss of a chance for Brexit, the British people would not merely be locked into the EU in perpetuity.

    European Union criminal laws would deny them the freedom of speech to respond negatively to the consequences of mass migration, while corporate controls on internet companies recently imposed by the Commission, would remove even their freedom to be heard.

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  42. Spawny Get says:

    There are stories that some of the pol-class are talking of ignoring the results of an OUT result. The referendum is not legally binding on the government / parliament.

    I genuinely don’t know what happens after that. I hope that we don’t find out. The politicians would have just proved that there isn’t even a pretence of a democracy anymore.

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  43. Spawny Get says:

    Anybody else think of the Zika virus effects whenever they see this woman’s forehead?

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  44. Liz says:

    They look like very happy, agreeable and friendly people.

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  45. Spawny Get says:

    His head looks asymmetrical and she has no forehead…maybe the phrenologists had something right?

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  46. Liz says:

    Yes, I’m pretty sure a small frontal lobe is a bad sign.

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  47. Spawny Get says:

    Well, obviously this is a realistic concern

    REUTERS – If Britons vote to leave the European Union in a June 23 referendum it could be the beginning of the end for the 28-nation bloc and for western political civilisation more generally, European Council President Donald Tusk said.

    From the comments

    Marie • a minute ago
    Brexit could cause absolute turmoil in the global economic sphere. Brexit could bring about the end of western civilisation.

    A very short time ago we were being told Brexit was a bad idea because Britain is a tiny, damp nation, unable to cope on it’s own, pathetically clinging to past glories and needing the mighty EU to keep it afloat on a sea of uncertainty.

    Which is it?

    Sandra Hill • 11 minutes ago
    Isn’t it astonishing how much of a problem child the UK has always been regarded by other EU leaders but now, faced with the prospect of Brexit, we’re seemingly so influential that we’re going to cause the fall of western civilisation! It just goes to show that they only want us within their corrupt grasp so that they can contain us as a nation and curtail any prospect of us steaming ahead and leaving them all wallowing in our wake. They know that outside their corrosive restrictions it will be full steam ahead for this country which is going to shine a spotlight on the straitjacket they’ve placed on other nation states, many of whom will soon realise that they too will be better off out.

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  48. Yoda says:

    Yes, I’m pretty sure a small frontal lobe is a bad sign.

    Include Moe this does?

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  49. Spawny Get says:

    A rhetorical question, I’m certain of it.

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  50. Yoda says:

    small frontal lobe

    Perhaps a relationship to Kauri Clubs there would be

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  51. Spawny Get says:

    We all need a bit of a cheer up (courtesy of )

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  52. Spawny Get says:

    “Perhaps a relationship to Kauri Clubs there would be”

    Low doorways

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  53. Moehau Man says:

    Yes well, at least I don’t bend over and present me arse to sheilas the way you foreign jokers do. The Kauri Club culture is better than a fucked culture if you ask me.

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  54. Moeheau man, there’s something to having a few rules that make sense and keeping it simple, indeed!

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  55. Moehau Man says:

    It is all fairly simple. In Mrs Moehau Man (my wise old mum)’s words, “A stuffed Moehau Man would be a mounted codpiece.”

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  56. Moehau Man says:

    “You misquoted me” Mrs Moehau Man (my sharp old mum) said just then, “A mounted Moehau Man would be a stuffed codpiece.”

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  57. Moehau Man says:

    Anyway, I don’t care. Ever seen a frontal lobe to match me brow ridge?

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  58. Yoda says:

    I also now realize, with brutal clarity, that in the progressive hierarchy of identity groups, Muslims are above gays. Every pundit and politician — and that includes President Obama and Hillary Clinton and half the talking heads on TV — who today have said “We don’t know what the shooter’s motivation could possibly be!” have revealed to me their true priorities: appeasing Muslims is more important than defending the lives of gay people. Every progressive who runs interference for Islamic murderers is complicit in those murders, and I can no longer be a part of that

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  59. Moehau Man says:

    “The Kauri Club culture has exposed a few frontal lobes in its time”, Mrs Moehau Man observed just then.

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  60. Yoda says:

    The Kauri Club

    The light saber more civilized it would be.
    But then, Jedis exterminated they were


  61. Spawny Get says:

    Just saying


    Leave: 53%

    Remain: 47%


    Leave: 53%

    Remain: 47%

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  62. Spawny Get says:

    Bliar reviewed


  63. Spawny Get says:

    George Osborne. WAS a frontrunner to replace DoomsDave, no longer. Due to all manner of lies and propaganda over remain.


  64. Yoda says:

    Much “low brow” humor here we have.

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  65. Cill says:

    A good question was raised:
    Will Kinnock, Mandelson, Clegg, Ashdown etc continue to receive their fat EU pensions if UK exits?

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  66. Spawny Get says:

    Don’t know for sure, but I believe that their pensions might well be terminated if we BREXIT.

    In other news, Trump just made a very good speech about national security. Not sure how he loses against those so deeply implicated in the current system…

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  67. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    If Parliament ignores the referendum on Brexit, I don’t want to think of the consequences. Some of them will be tempted.

    I liked the box of kittens.

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  68. Yoda says:

    Unhappy at being on a zero pound note she is.

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  69. Yoda says:

    Trump makes what we conservatives all agree is a distasteful comment insinuating that a federal judge’s rulings would be governed by an inherited characteristic, in this case his ethnicity. The mainstream media goes nuts at how horrible Trump is for assuming that an inherited characteristic might govern someone’s actions in public office. Then a day later, the media experiences a collective climax over the fact that a woman has been nominated, and they think it’s great because that inherited characteristic will govern her actions in public office.

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  70. Yoda says:

    Breitbart senior editor Milo Yiannopoulos will deliver a speech on Tuesday at the University of Central Florida, Orlando about Islam and its murderous attitudes towards gay people — a fact that was thrown into stark after a brutal terrorist attack at a gay dance club in the city this weekend.

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  71. Yoda says:

    I am supposed to say that my mom grew up under the oppressive thumb of the American patriarchal system and always dreamed of raising a daughter in a world with a female president. I’m supposed to talk about how on June 6, Clinton brought that hope a lot closer to reality within my mother’s lifetime and how this is amazing. I’m supposed to say that I am inspired by the fact that my future children might belong to the first generation to never know an America led exclusively by men.

    But that is not how I am going to begin this essay.

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  72. Yoda says:

    Put on a pound note the most famous world wide renowned Scotsman ever they should

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  73. Yoda says:

    Important he must be
    For many statues of him there are

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  74. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    True Scotsmen.

    Although, I will concede, putting Ronald McDonald’s image on currency would give a whole new meaning to “funny money”.


  75. Ame says:

    Tarnished says:
    13 June, 2016 at 1:19 am
    and, i teach them this world is not all about them … while also nurturing them and taking care of their needs so they know that, while it’s not all about them, they, too, are valuable and important and worth caring about.

    “Both are incredibly crucial for proper development of a child. I applaud Ame and parents like her for seeing this fact of life and teaching it.”


    thanks, Tarn 🙂

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  76. Ame says:

    horseman says:
    13 June, 2016 at 1:26 am
    “Do Something about it cause no one gonna do it for you. (see school nurse not knowing to use an epi pen.)”


    horseman – yep!

    and by the end of each school year, esp after my aspie girl began school, there were more who were delighted she (I) was moving up to the next grade than there were those who were sad to see her (me) go 🙂

    but … idc, and didn’t, b/c it wasn’t about them, or me, it was about what was best for my daughter. they had a whole system behind them. my daughter’s only advocate was me, and i took my job very seriously. they knew it. my kids know i’ve got their back.

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  77. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Milo as the University of Central Florida, Orlando on Tuesday?
    As in tomorrow?
    I hope that they take security more seriously there than at his last stop.
    He won’t candy coat and tell white lies to keep Nervous Nellies happy.

    I have given it a little thought and, in a overtly gynocentric society, gays would be of less utility to women because they can’t be enslaved to women through sexual attraction. That may be part of why that man walked of the set at Sky News.

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  78. Yoda says:

    Wonder if TrigglyPuff be there she will

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  79. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    She’s too big to fit in an airline seat. What masochist would want to drive all the way from Massachusetts?
    Is this a job for Jar Jar?

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  80. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    “Pot calls kettle black. Film at eleven.”
    The stuff that comes out of her mouth…It is hard to believe that she was ever an attorney. Maybe one that makes the ones in Philidelphia look good by comparison.

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  81. Spawny Get says:

    “That may be part of why that man walked of the set at Sky News”

    Owen Jones, the gay guy that stormed off the tv show, is a mouthy little lefty lying gobshite IMHO and the opinion of many many others.

    Jones gets Brilloed

    Once looks unfortunate, twice looks like carelessness

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  82. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    He may be a little shit. (I couldn’t help but think how amusing it would be to set him up with Laurie Penny on a blind date and record it.) But, even a broken clock it right two times a day. Those people who were interviewing him had completely lost sight of the humanity of the victims and would have ended up blaming them for their own demise. At least this kid never lost sight that they were people.
    It will be interesting to see what Milo says Tuesday night.
    I don’t think that anyone will be brought to justice over this.There is going to be a terrible thirst for vengeance.


  83. Spawny Get says:

    It was my impression that all three were failing to identify who did what and why. They just failed in different ways.

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  84. Spawny Get says:

    Mass circulation paper for the working class says

    The Sun backs Brexit:

    “The EU cannot reform.

    Remain has conducted a deceitful campaign. It has been nasty, cynical, personally abusive and beneath the dignity of Britain.

    Our country has a glorious history.

    This is our chance to make Britain even greater, to recapture our democracy, to preserve the values and culture we are rightly proud of.


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  85. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    The one that stood out was the woman. Her tune would have be very much different had there been female victims.

    Found this. Classic Karen.

    To boil it down, Jian Ghomeshi was railroaded because Toronto PD has adopted “listen and believe”.

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  86. Spawny Get says:

    Good video, I listened to it yesterday. People like her need to be kept away from power and the voting booth. Toxic for civilisation.

    Liked by 2 people

  87. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I forgot to mention that feminists want to retain the option to see men railroaded.

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  88. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    I think that she may be typical for a Toronto college girl. When she graduates, through affirmative action, she will be hired and promoted over her male peers.She’ll be forty with power to hire and fire, and still believe all this feminist ideology.

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  89. Spawny Get says:

    How have the Remainiacs being handling things lately? From the comments of the article above

    jimmy realfish
    10 hours ago
    I thought it couldn’t get worse than when they had Cameron threatening OAPs, John Major and Blair lecturing us and the EU claiming Brexit will cause western civilisation to end…

    But of course, Gordon Brown still managed to make it worse for the Remain campaign. Is there anything he can’t destroy?

    OAPs = Old Age Pensioners = Retired folk

    Cameron threatened their pensions. Didn’t threaten aid to tin pot dictators and corrupt organisations. Pensioners lean BREXIT. The (spineless parody of a) man is a disgrace.

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  90. Spawny Get says:

    and another

    Med Jumper
    3 hours ago
    This is why people want Out.

    I am a single-mum, of 49, to an 18 year old at university. I am in the political centreground and now a floating voter. While studying for and standing in for a Green MEP candidate at hustings and interviews, I found my passionate “in” turn to “out”. I discovered how ‘it’ all really works and was astounded, angered and saddened. The irony.

    I have become part of a new class, “the educated poor”, reduced to barrel-scraping alongside my euro coach-riding counterparts.

    We fight over scraps of hours, whittled out of proper jobs in an economic scam, which means I cannot compete with people who only have to pay £50 per week in bed-shift sharing caravans or multi-dwellings. Jobs previously done when I was a student or travelling have become diamond-prized.

    This is nothing to do with “the recession”, this is EU policy at work: scrap-heaping young people and middle-aged alike. Selling Greece a turkey or to Turkey, making lop-sided economic recovery on the backs of working and educated poor, while systematically draining new EU countries of their futures and destabilising the entire job market. So we have teachers being teaching assistants and PhD chemists picking asparagus. All honest work, but what a disgraceful waste.

    I am so, so tired of being told to take my medicine and like it, because it’s good for me. The actors, “slebs”, the economists, the politicians of all hues and all the people who are not touched by the consequences. I’m tired with taking the hit. I’m tired with being set up against fellow Europeans in a scrap over dregs. I fear the anger and hate of despair.

    The first trip to the foodbank already under my belt, so don’t threaten me with: it’ll be even worse if we leave. It can’t get too much worse than asking for sanitary products to be added to our food parcels.

    Mum, why are you crying? Because I used to give play therapy to Bosnian refugees and now I can’t even get an honest bloody cleaning job for 14 hours a week.

    There are risks to remaining and risks to leaving. Even the parliament briefings come out as fairly neutral/quid pro quo in effect. There are always risks in an uncertain future, but I can’t stay knowing that I will have to take more of the same medicine. I take my chances. I trust us to do it. We might falter a bit, but democracy, sovereignty, freedom and dignity are always worth it.

    My daughter and I will be voting “Leave” on the 23rd June.

    Cling tightly out there.

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  91. Spawny Get says:

    How it feels to people who are sentient in the UK…read the comments

    Then watch UK to see the sleb (celebrities / celebutards) tosserati talking up the free movement on immigrants.

    Also, to demonstrate the disconnect between peons and political class + slebs

    French police chief and wife knifed to death by previously convicted terrorist.

    Hearing NTDWI in the media already.

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  92. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Med Jumper’s story is grim. That is beyond tolerance.

    Liked by 1 person

  93. Spawny Get says:

    He apologised and now he’s resigning

    The apology only caused more problems for Holtschneider, however. The DePaul Black Leadership Coalition, representing black students and faculty members on campus, have put relentless pressure on the President ever since he apologized to the college Republicans, and called for his resignation. After attempting to placate them with a grovelling statement backtracking on his previous apology, Holtschneider has now revealed that he intends to resign.

    In his resignation letter, Holtschneider claimed this decision is the best for the University moving forward. “I believe, therefore, it’s best for DePaul if I step aside in the summer of 2017 so that a new leader can assist the institution to name and ambitiously pursue its next set of strategic objectives.”

    Holtschneider also claims that this decision was made several months ago, as part of a transition plan for the University.


  94. Spawny Get says:

    Prepare to have your heartstrings tugged

    In the migrants’ own words, none of those spoken to claimed they sought safety in Europe from the civil war. Instead, the people much of the media and political class call “refugees” are angry at not being allowed to cross to rich northern European countries where they will be given money and housing.

    One such migrant, a 21 year old art student from Damascus, said he is “very very angry with the Europeans”. After spending a couple of months in Idomeni he decided to return home, saying:

    “I want to go to Syria and continue my studies at the art school. Even if they open borders, I will still go. I am very angry with the Europeans because of the situation in which we live,” Die Welt reported.

    Sad times, oh brother of mine
    Breitbart : Fed Up With Europe, Syrians Are Paying Smugglers To Take Them Home Again

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  95. Spawny Get says:

    Trubble op north, in the Labour heartlands…Even the lovely lefty rag The Guardian reports that they want OUT with a video on the page linked below

    Students involved in remain campaigning report that out in the real world they get different responses to the student mongs they mix with. No shit Sherlock

    Not just thwe white working class, but also the immigrants that are already in. The (Pakistani?) taxi driver is a treat.

    The video is heartwarming over BREXIT, but also for the future of the Labour party that has been realised to have sold out the working class that they claim to represent (but have crapped on for decades). There are reasons that UKIP was coming second to labour in the old labour heartlands at the last general election. And second to the tories in the conservative ones. People are getting sick of the political class.

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  96. Spawny Get says:


    Remember that I said that Camoron had told the EU to STFU during the BREXIT campaign because the reality of the EU was toxic for the remainiacs?

    I also said that Juncker the Drunker agreed to zip it unless the BREXITeers had a decent lead in the polls – basically he demanded the right to stick his oar in, regardless of whether it helped, just so he could say that he tried…

    A well-sourced article in the leading German news magazine Der Spiegel reports that Jean-Claude Juncker is set to make a major intervention in the referendum next week. They say Cameron made an extraordinary deal with Juncker whereby the Commission would keep quiet during the campaign, on the condition that he could intervene in the last few days if the polls had Brexit ahead:

    “Juncker had to promise British Prime Minister David Cameron that the EU executive branch would stay out of the Brexit debate… Juncker only managed to convince Cameron to give him a small loophole: If Brexit supporters have a clear lead in polls in the week prior to the June 23 referendum, the Commission president will be allowed to make his voice heard. That, of course, would be too late to significantly shift public opinion, but it would mean that Juncker could not be accused of having done nothing to prevent a Brexit. Under no circumstances does Juncker want to go down in history as the first Commission president to preside over a member state departing the EU.”

    The report also confirms Guido’s story from last month that the PM has asked Merkel to stay out of the campaign:

    “an appeal from Cameron that Chancellor Angela Merkel stay out of the referendum debate. Even comments intended to provide support are not helpful, the Chancellery was informed”

    Going to have an early beer today, this is heartening

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  97. Yoda says:

    Obama chime in again he should.
    Help much this would

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  98. Yoda says:

    described as exclusive comments from Saudi Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman which included a claim that Riyadh has provided 20 percent of the total funding to the prospective Democratic candidate’s campaign.

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  99. Yoda says:

    Clearly Saudis for women’s rights they are

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  100. Spawny Get says:

    Stand aside Burger King

    graemeirvine • an hour ago
    “When it becomes serious, you have to lie.”

    Jean-Claude Juncker. Failed former Luxembourg P.M.,serial liar, president of the European Commission.

    Brussels, home of the whopper.

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  101. You guys are all too darn sharp! I am laughing at your wit even if the observations are kind of (more than kind of) disturbing in a “this messed up culture cannot be sustainable” kind of way :/ but good to laugh despite that!

    Why would someone print money worth zero??? Or am I not getting it bc I am a girl (haha kidding!)

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  102. Seriously most here are way above the “getting it” bell curve which is so refreshing I found ya’ll and have stalked you over several blogs just to partake of your dark humor daily wisdom! 🙂 but they say red pillers are the nut job ones! Lol, rich!

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  103. Ok fine, don’t talk to me then! Humph.

    Roosh is always there, luckily…Thank goodness for PUAs…(This one is pretty funny actually!)

    Liked by 1 person

  104. …”If she starts challenging your female identity, she’s definitely not going to bang you, but so you don’t get banged in jail, you have to provide authentic legal cover by stating the following: “Today I identify as a woman.” Technically that’s not a lie if you’re feeling moody, jealous, needy, anxious, or insecure, because women feel these traits every day. Be thankful that we live in a progressive nation where we can identify as anything without having to provide a shred of evidence…”

    Ok that’s funny, no??? 🙂

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  105. Yoda says:

    Print money of zero value refers to manipulation of money it does.
    People trust the authorities not

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  106. Yoda says:

    CNN: 0 mentions of Islam, prominent link to story on the dangers of guns.
    New York Times: 0 mentions of Islam, prominent link to story on the dangers of guns.

    Washington Post: 0 mentions of Islam, prominent link to story on the dangers of guns.

    ABC Australia: Mentions Islam, mentions recent shooting in Miami, but no lectures.

    The American mainstream media are consistently to the left of one of the left-most institutions in Australia.

    Oh, and Reddit is a total train wreck on this story. Just amazingly bad. The moderators are deleting anything that doesn’t fit the narrative, or that questions why so many posts not fitting the narrative are being deleted, or that questions why so many post that question… Train wreck is putting it mildly.

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  107. Ah so it’s not real money? Hopefully? She does look grumpy!

    Liked by 1 person

  108. Yoda says:

    “Today I identify as a woman.” Technically that’s not a lie if you’re feeling moody, jealous, needy, anxious, or insecure, because women feel these traits every day. Be thankful that we live in a progressive nation where we can identify as anything without having to provide a shred of evidence…”

    No need to identify as Yoda I have
    Because Yoda I am

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  109. Yoda says:

    She does look grumpy!

    Reason to be grumpy she does have?
    Perhaps Glorious Patriarch explain he could

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  110. Yoda says:

    What women want they do

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  111. Spawny Get says:

    Moron the BREXIT 😦
    but funny 🙂

    Camoron decided to spend £9million quid of taxpayers’ money on a propaganda leaflet for remain. This was some time back. Naturally this went down like a pint of cold sick with many people. People talked of returning the leaflets without paying postage – so Dave / Tory party / Government would have to pay for the postage*. So what happened?

    Downing Street Refuses To Say How Many Voters Sent Back Pro-EU ‘Propaganda’ Leaflet

    A “Post It Back” campaign was soon launched to get people to send the leaflet back to 10 Downing Street, the Prime Minister’s official residence, at the expense of the government.

    Some voters took to social media, saying that had defaced the leaflets with anti-EU slogans before sending them back.

    AFP reported on voters such as Kirsty Stubbs, who wrote “What scaremongering rubbish” and “Vote Leave!” before sending it back, while Alex Armstrong took to Facebook to say: “Just sent back the propaganda leaflet to the freepost address with a suitably heavy attachment — a lump of concrete.”

    Now, however, Downing Street has told Breitbart London that it does not have records on how many of the leaflets were returned.

    A spokeswoman said that due to different types of postage it was impossible for the Prime Minister’s office to give an accurate number on the number of “return to senders” they received.

    The Royal Mail also refused to comment on how many of the leaflets had been returned to sender.

    * Depends where they sent it. No. 10, or CCHQ or Dave’s local party HQ


    The claim comes as polls move increasingly towards Brexit, with bookmakers now slashing the odds on Britain voting to leave.

    Betting firm William Hill says that at the current rate, Leave will take the lead as the most likely outcome for this first time in the entire campaign this weekend. Graham Sharpe, the firm’s director of media relations, said the betting was now moving firmly towards Brexit.

    “We were forced to shorten our Brexit odds yet again overnight,” he said “and having once been long-odds outsiders the odds have now come all the way down. The momentum is such that it seems inevitable Brexit will be favourite by the weekend if this trend continues.”

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  112. Tarnished says:

    Whoa. Quite a difference in those charts, Yoda.

    The top 4 “lowered” traits (dependable, emotionally stable, pleasing disposition, good health) are waaaaaay up on my own list.

    Is there a corresponding pair of charts for men?

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  113. Spawny Get says:

    By the woman on the TV show from which Owen gobshite Jones flounced out

    This whole sorry saga says a lot about the state of public debate in Britain when a grown man feels the need to storm off a TV set simply because other people decline politely to agree with every word he says.

    This is peak Generation Snowflake: I don’t like what you say or the way that you say it so I’m going to scream and scream until you give in, say sorry for offending me and shut the heck up.

    Owen seems to think that the hate-fest against me and against Mark Longhurst is the proof that he was right. It isn’t.

    It’s proof that there are now thousands – if not millions – of people in Britain who regard the taking of offence as not just their hobby but their full time job. They seek out offence and hidden insults wherever they may be, and even where (as in this case) there are none and then they shout long and hard until their designated target gives in and agrees to be shut down.

    Well, sorry to disappoint you but no one is shutting me down or silencing my voice. I don’t claim to speak for anyone but myself so I get to choose the words I want to use, not Owen Jones or random people on Twitter or anyone else. That’s how this whole “free speech” thing works.

    If you don’t like what I have to say then either don’t listen or debate with me using facts rather than resorting to abuse and lies. And don’t ever presume to tell me what I can and cannot say. This is, last time I looked, a free country where I am as entitled as anyone else to give my opinion.

    If Owen Jones wants to live in a world where people can only say what is on the officially approved list of platitudes, then perhaps he has more in common with Islamic State than he thinks.

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  114. Yoda says:

    Have the vote on July 4 you should

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  115. Spawny Get says:

    Slebs speak out 😉


    ajibee Thomas Evans • 2 hours ago
    It’s a satire, made by a third party who is for leave, repurposing the original ‘neutral’ versions of the videos.



  116. Spawny Get says:

    After yesterday’s gold standard ICM online and phone polls showing a robust Leave lead, TNS have released new figures showing 47% for Out and 40% for In. This means Leave are now ahead seven points – higher than any poll since YouGov’s nine point lead for Out in February. Remain have won just one poll in the last seven days…

    This poll was embargoed til 6pm but the embargo was busted by the Times and Britain Elects.


  117. Spawny Get says:

    Holland BACKS Brexit: Dutch people urge Britons to QUIT doomed bloc and lead EU revolution

    A staggering 80 per cent of people surveyed by a national newspaper in the Netherlands believe the UK should take back control from Brussels on June 23.

    The sensational poll, carried out by De Telegraaf, lays bare their anger towards the EU amid the refugee crisis and concerns over the Eurozone.

    Many hope Brexit will deal a crushing blow to the doomed European project, which the front page of the paper brands a “monster”.

    Just 16 per cent of the 10,118 people polled were in favour of Britain staying in the bloc, with four per cent undecided.

    One furious Telegraaf reader told the paper the EU is “only for the rich” and has widened the gap between rich and poor.

    Another said: “Brexit will be detrimental to the cohesion of the EU… If Britain gets out, that is the beginning of the dismantling.”

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  118. Spawny Get says:

    Featuring the wibbling prat in his full glory, this is the Question Time that I described a few days ago

    Eddie gets progressively frantic through the program. Eddie Izzard being the dick with the beret.
    Around 14:50 is a good example


  119. So the chart pretty much illustrates the problem w women’s priorities today now doesn’t it! Red pill theory confirmed right there!

    Liked by 1 person

  120. Sumo says:

    One for the Patriarch:

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  121. Moehau Man says:

    Yes well, I identify as Moe. Moehau Man.

    Liked by 3 people

  122. Moehau Man says:

    “I also identify as Mrs Moehau Man. Moehau Man”, Mrs Moehau Man (my forthright old mum) added just then.

    Liked by 1 person

  123. Cill says:

    The temptation do do a jig around the House is very strong…However…We know from bitter experience, what an unscrupulous bunch of lying double dealing wankers we are dealing with…..Know your enemy….By the way….There is strong evidence that a Leave vote could well have a catastrophic effect on Hair stylists ..After it was revealed earlier today..That peoples Hair will stop growing if we leave the EU…The knock on effect would be hundreds of thousands of Barbers and Hairdressers throughout the land will be out of Business virtually overnight….This shock information came in an off the cuff remark from Dodgy Dave , whilst having his arse hairs bleached at his local salon in Fucksbridge yesterday…You have been warned…And Dave never lies…

    I’d like to claim credit for the foregoing piece of astonishing erudition, but in fairness must attribute it to one Arthur Scargill:

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  124. Spawny Get says:

    Arthur Scargill famed for his coiffure, he is.

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  125. Spawny Get says:

    Well, this can’t be good

    WASHINGTON DC – Sources are reporting that the Russian government is prepared to release private emails that it obtained from Hillary Clinton’s email server, proving Clinton allowed classified information to end up in the hands of foreign adversaries.
    Intelligence sources are bracing for the Russian release of Clinton’s intercepted emails, according to a report in the trade publication

    Reliable intelligence sources in the West have indicated that warnings had been received that the Russian Government could in the near future release the text of email messages intercepted from U.S. Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s private e-mail server from the time she was U.S. Secretary of State. The release would, the messaging indicated, prove that Secretary Clinton had, in fact, laid open U.S. secrets to foreign interception by putting highly-classified Government reports onto a private server in violation of U.S. law, and that, as suspected, the server had been targeted and hacked by foreign intelligence services.

    These sources echo similar reports that Russia’s Foreign Intelligence Service has numerous Clinton emails, which it obtained by monitoring the hacker Guccifer, who broke into Clinton adviser Sidney Blumenthal’s email account.

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  126. Cill says:

    If leave wins, I will have a beer for Spawny.

    Liked by 1 person

  127. Spawny Get says:

    If we leave, you’ll have beer for me?

    Me a couple of days after BREXIT

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  128. Spawny Get says:

    Remainiac hopes, after DoomsDave was stroking out, was Labour

    Within the Labour party, the mood is bleak. “We are sleepwalking to losing the damn thing,” lamented one senior source. One frontbencher returned from canvassing and announced to his office: “It’s just like the general election. The polls say it’ll be fine but every doorstep someone tells you to f*** off.”

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  129. Spawny Get says:

    Just thought I’d read a nice simple sci-fi book but I have seen the record set for the quickest scientific fuck up ever:

    July 11th 2456, Near Earth Orbit.
    HMS Vulcan floated in high geosynchronous orbit over the British Midlands.

    Depending on what the actual definition of Near Earth Orbit is in use here, there might be two screw ups in that quote. Make that three.

    Don’t think that this book is going to pan out for me. And I’ve read most of the Deathstalker books…


  130. Yoda says:

    A new post there is


  131. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    I just got to your comment with the breitbart post on the Women’s Institute. Is there any way you could forward this to those blue haired crones?

    Metalheads in Sweden have more national pride.

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  132. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    While I don’t want to watch Owen Jones walk off the set again and, yes, he is an annoying little shit, it may well be that a dam burst with that. I think that it did for me. I think that he walked off because he ran headlong into the wall of misandry of the mainstream media dedicated to promoting feminism. I say it again, if there were female casualties Their attitude would have been very much different.


  133. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Saudi Arabia has contributed twenty percent toward’s Hillary’s election? It would be nice if this could be proved before November. I think there are laws about her taking it directly, so it has to be coming through the Clinton Foundation.

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  134. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    For Spawny, considering the news from Holland,


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