Something Old, Something Not New

If you have been following this blog, then you realize that the Brexit Referendum results have caused much consternation.  Seemingly, the young are hardest hit.  Or so they report.  They blame the older Britons for some combination of racist, xenophobic, dumb, senile, out of touch, retarded, etc. for the referendum coming out wrong.  Perhaps they should consider applying some introspection.

Since time immemorial, young people think that they know it all.  In my case, I am not young enough to know everything.  They are being filled with knowledge and gaining capabilities, and as such feel that they should flex their new found muscles.  When I was that age, I knew enough such that I realized that I did not know it all.  Much of this probably came as a response to watching older relatives who did know it all.  In addition my childhood environment was rather modest; and if I wanted something, I had to figure out how to make it happen.  This leads to resourcefulness, and perhaps more importantly, a realistic view of the world.  Modern children have everything given to them; their parents respond to their every whim.  SO why wouldn’t they want to world to respond to their whims as adults?

This goes double for girls.  No more are girls taught to be modest both in dress and manner.  They can engage fully in hypergamic combat.  They work to get boys to respond to their every whim.

Then there are the fathers of these princesses.  They also respond to their every whim.  Everything is negotiable, and limits are driven to the edge.

Under these conditions, perhaps it is too much to expect women to possess any kind of wisdom.  It might be best to mostly ignore them.  I am sure that Ton would suggest that the best thing to do is to just tell them what to do and show who was boss.  He might be right.

Though it wasn’t always like this.  The Bible says explicitly that the older women are to teach the young women.  At the bare minimum basic simple wisdom was expected.  However in the present days, the young are just so awesomely awesome, that such teaching is not needed.

Posted in EUReferendum, FarmBoy, Feminism, Hypergamy, Lies
220 comments on “Something Old, Something Not New
  1. Yoda says:

    When older they are,
    and convinced more people to side with them they have,
    rejoin the EU they can.

    Though probably not an appealing proposition by then it would be

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  2. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    To ignore best it is.
    Arguments they have, reason based they are not.


  3. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    About older women reining in the younger, I think that the reverse may be happening. Mothers openly colluding with their daughters to do nefarious deeds that are kept from their fathers who believe them to be little angels. In the meanwhile, the father is paying for it all.
    Everytime that I turn around, there is another way that good men are played for chumps.

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  4. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    For those unfamiliar with the woman in Yoda’a photo.
    Any deal that woman makes is only valid for her tenure.


  5. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    This is incredible. The movie isn’t even released yet.

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  6. Yoda says:

    Ghostbuster doll breasts were like Barbie’s not.
    Sell poorly it does.
    Relationship there would be?

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  7. Yoda says:

    During an interview with CNN’s Richard Quest, Farage commented on whether there are similarities between the Brexit vote and the presidential election between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton in the United States. Farage said that Trump talks about issues that no one wants to talk about, and that a Trump administration would be better for the UK than a Clinton one. He also said that there wasn’t anything on Earth that could convince him to vote for Hillary Clinton

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  8. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    In all seriousness, the little girl who would want that toy doesn’t. She doesn’t want to go to the movie. She doesn’t want to be reminded.
    I don’t think that feminism is very popular with little girls. Hmmmmmm…..


  9. SFC Ton says:

    It’s my opinion that anyone under 35 should be silent or pimped slapped when they open their mouth

    Use to say 25 and under but things haven’t improved much. Even the young men I like say dumbshit way beyond the age where saying dumbshit is semi-acceptable

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  10. Ame says:

    “Though it wasn’t always like this. The Bible says explicitly that the older women are to teach the young women. At the bare minimum basic simple wisdom was expected. However in the present days, the young are just so awesomely awesome, that such teaching is not needed.”

    part of the problem is that these younger women are this way b/c of how the ‘older women’ raised them. so what wisdom do these purportedly ‘older women’ actually have? the *wisdom* being passed down by most ‘older women’ is certainly not biblical wisdom.

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  11. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Do you think that the proverbial little girl mentioned in my last comment was friends with a boy that she can’t talk to now because they pumped him full of Ritilin? Maybe it happened to her brother?


  12. Yoda says:

    Probably she cares about the boys not.
    Busy being filled with self esteem she is

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  13. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Perhaps you are right. After all, they are only boys..


  14. Cill says:

    A bad thing happened to me an hour ago. On a cool, still, sunny day, not a cloud in the sky, I was on a mate’s boat and he said “try this”, and handed me a can of bourbon and cola called “Diesel”. Pure sugar with 7% alcohol and caffeine. I’ve never tasted such foul likker in all my life. I had to boat home in a hurry for some Cill’s Draught Down Under to wash the taste away.

    This is the life mates. Sitting back, feet up, chugging homebrew from the bottle while typing messages to you bastards. Cheers brothers! and Ame
    Down the hatch… glug

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  15. Ame says:

    Cill – thank you!

    and … if that’s the worst thing that happens … that’s a pretty darn great life you’re livin! enjoy it, mate! 😉

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  16. Farm Boy says:

    U.K. citizens who voted to remain within the EU are so avid about their choice that many don’t want to date anybody who advocated for leaving. A new dating application called Remainder is giving the “Remainers,” as they are colloquially called, what they want by only offering potential matches for like-minded users.

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  17. Farm Boy says:

    This is the 100th anniversary of the British Army’s Somme Offensive. Women were hit hardest.

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  18. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Women were hardest hit according to Hillary Clinton.
    I still imagine her saying that in front of Confederate widows. They would tear her to shreds.


  19. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    A dating app for only Remainers? Like all, it will squander the hope of the men while puffing the egos of the ladies.


  20. Cill says:

    Life is good me hearties.

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  21. SFC Ton says:

    I was, at one point surprised at how often I heard libs say they wouldn’t take anyone who wasn’t progressive. But it makes sense

    the date good little progressive beta boys while they get the shit fucked out of them by bad boys and more traditionally masculine men


  22. Cill says:

    Head sits on the surface of my homebrew all the way to the bottom of the handle. It’s good to be a brewer and enjoy a man’s own plonk.

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  23. Moehau Man says:

    “Homebrew”, Mrs Moehau Man (my sage old mum) once observed, “along with double-entry book-keeping”, she added, “is the sublimist creation of man.”

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  24. Sumo says:


    No. Just….no.

    The Mighty Sumo does not share, y’all.

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  25. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    He is talking about bookkeeping.

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  26. Cill says:

    For the first and only time in my life I believe I might be ahead of the www

    Goethe and his statement re bookkeeping the sublimist


  27. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I am too sad to seek the sublime. Glad that you can.


  28. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    After what the Poles went public with, it is all going collapse like a house of cards.


  29. Spawny Get says:

    Where things stand, a reasonable summary

    On every side are pseudo-friends hoping that we fail as a people and as a nation. Nowhere are they more numerous and more vindictive than right here inside the UK.

    Predictions of our future failure are everywhere. In its thoroughly disreputable Remain campaign the outgoing government threatened every kind of calamity from war to economic collapse to international isolation.

    This was endorsed right across the testicle-free world of luvviedom and still is.Never have I seen such fifth-columns of disaster-wishers queueing up to do this country down and pray that it fails.

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  30. Spawny Get says:

    The Telegraph pulls an article
    Why? Because May is now the last chance of the Quisling classes

    May is catastrophic as a PM because she was catastrophic as Home Secretary

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  31. Spawny Get says:

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  32. Spawny Get says:

    Looks promising

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  33. Spawny Get says:

    From Guido Fawkes…

    ‘Guido understands that an article by Jonathan Foreman headlined “Theresa May is a great self-promoter, but a terrible Home Secretary” was pulled after pressure from her campaign.’

    Here is the article:


    “In the run-up to the 2015 election, one of the handicaps David Cameron had to finesse was the fact that net migration to the UK was three times as high as he had promised it would be. Remarkably, none of the opprobrium this failure provoked brought forth the name of Theresa May, the cabinet minister actually entrusted with bringing migration down. Then, as now, it was as if the icy Home Secretary had a dark magic that warded off all critical scrutiny.

    The fact that her lead role in this fiasco went unnoticed and unmentioned likely reflects Mrs May’s brilliant, all-consuming efforts to burnish her image with a view to become prime minister.

    After all, Mrs May’s tenure as Home Secretary has been little better than disastrous – a succession of derelictions that has left Britain’s borders and coastline at least as insecure as they were in 2010, and which mean that British governments still rely on guesswork to estimate how many people enter and leave the country.

    People find this hard to credit because she exudes determination and strength. Compared to many of her bland, flabby cabinet colleagues, she has real gravitas. And few who follow British politics would deny that she is a deadly political infighter. Indeed Theresa May is to Westminster what Cersei Lannister is to Westeros in Game of Thrones: no one who challenges her survives undamaged, while the welfare of the realm is of secondary concern.

    Theresa May: British police to be deployed to EurosPlay! 00:53
    Take the demoralised, underfunded UK Border Force. As the public discovered after a people-smugglers’ vessel ran aground in May, it has has only three cutters protecting 7,700 miles of coastline. Italy by contrast has 600 boats patrolling its 4722 miles.

    Considering the impression Mrs May gives of being serious about security, it’s all the more astonishing that she has also allowed the UK’s small airfields to go unpatrolled – despite the vastly increased terrorist threat of the last few years, the onset of the migration crisis, and the emergence of smuggling networks that traffic people, drugs and arms.

    Then there is the failure to establish exit checks at all the country’s airports and ports. These were supposed to be in place by March 2015.

    Border checks ‘suspended regularly’ since 2007Play! 02:18
    Unfortunately the Border Force isn’t the only organisation under Mrs May’s control that is manifestly unfit for purpose. Recent years have seen a cavalcade of Home Office decisions about visas and deportations that suggest a department with a bizarre sense of the national interest.

    The most infamous was the refusal of visas to Afghan interpreters who served with the British forces in Afghanistan – as Lord Guthrie said, a national shame.

    Mrs May has kept so quiet about this and other scandals – such as the collapse of the eBorders IT system, at cost of almost a billion pounds – that you might imagine someone else was in charge the Home Office.

    [It’s not just a matter of the odd error. Yvette Cooper pointed out in 2013 that despite Coalition rhetoric, the number of people refused entry to the UK had dropped by 50 per cent, the backlog of finding failed asylum seekers had gone up and the number of illegal immigrants deported had gone down.]

    The reputation for effectiveness that Mrs May nevertheless enjoys derives from a single, endlessly cited event: the occasion in 2014 when she delivered some harsh truths to a conference of the Police Federation.

    Cameron: Relaxation of border checks is ‘unacceptable’Play! 00:46
    Unfortunately this was an isolated incident that, given the lack of any subsequent (or previous) effort at police reform, seems to have been intended mainly for public consumption.

    In general Mrs May has avoided taking on the most serious institutional problems that afflict British policing. These include a disturbing willingness by some forces to let public relations concerns determine policing priorities, widespread overreliance on CCTV, the widespread propensity to massage crime numbers, the extreme risk aversion manifested during the London riots, and the preference for diverting police resources to patrol social media rather than the country’s streets.

    There is also little evidence that Mrs May has paid much attention to the failure of several forces to protect vulnerable girls from the ethnically-motivated sexual predation seen in Rotherham and elsewhere. Nor, despite her supposed feminism, has Mrs May’s done much to ensure that girls from certain ethnic groups are protected from forced marriage and genital mutilation. But again, Mrs May has managed to evade criticism for this.

    When considering her suitability for party leadership, it’s also worth remembering Mrs May’s notorious “lack of collegiality”.

    David Laws’ memoirs paint a vivid picture of a secretive, rigid, controlling, even vengeful minister, so unpleasant to colleagues that a dread of meetings with her was something that cabinet members from both parties could bond over.

    Unsurprisingly, Mrs May’s overwhelming concern with taking credit and deflecting blame made for a difficult working relationship with her department, just as her propensity for briefing the press against cabinet colleagues made her its most disliked member in two successive governments.

    It is possible that Mrs May’s intimidating ruthlessness could make her the right person to negotiate with EU leaders. However, there’s little in her record to suggest she possesses either strong negotiation skills or the ability to win allies among other leaders, unlike Michael Gove, of whom David Laws wrote “it was possible to disagree with him but impossible to dislike him,”

    It’s surely about time – and not too late – for conservatives to look behind Mrs May’s carefully-wrought image and consider if she really is the right person to lead the party and the country.

    There’s a vast gulf between being effective in office, and being effective at promoting yourself; it’s not one that Theresa May has yet crossed.”

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  34. Spawny Get says:

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  35. Spawny Get says:

    The march is taking place in London today

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  36. Spawny Get says:

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  37. Spawny Get says:

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  38. Spawny Get says:

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  39. Farm Boy says:

    As the article by Madison Pauly goes on to discuss the lawsuit filed by Ehrhart and his wife against the U.S. Department of Education — which challenges federal guidelines on campus sexual assault as biased and causing “severe, unwarranted and permanent damages” to young men — something strange happens. It turns out that, while Ehrhart is indeed a conservative Republican, his concerns about the evisceration of due process for (nearly always male) students accused of sexual misconduct in college disciplinary proceedings are far from groundless. For one, as the article acknowledges, those concerns are shared by dozens of law professors — many of them women, such as Harvard Law School’s Elizabeth Bartholet and Cornell’s Sheri Lynn Johnson. Moreover, the problems are very real: Under the new rules, “The evidence [has] only to show that an assault was ‘more likely than not’ to have occurred, and alleged perpetrators [have] no right to cross-examine the person who reported them.”

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  40. Yoda says:

    Odd that young rarely consider that older people wiser they might be.
    Pisses off a 900 year old this does

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  41. Spawny Get says:


  42. Spawny Get says:

    Regarding the march in London

    “Mummy, mummy! Why are all the strange looking poor people marching in support of Goldman Sachs?”

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  43. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    About Hillary, if the the Attorney General has enough on her that, should they go to rial, a conviction would be a slam dunk, she has to drop out of the race. The sooner, the better. If she doesn’t Vladimir Putin is going to release the what he has at the most opportune time to damage her campaign.

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  44. Yoda says:

    The shirtless one desires her to be president he does

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  45. Yoda says:

    Because May is now the last chance of the Quisling classes

    No longer called “Quislings” they are.
    Termed “Anakins” now they would be

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  46. Yoda says:

    Two Secret Service vehicles leave @HillaryClinton home in Washington.

    A home in Washington she does have?
    Thought that commuted from a hotter spot she did I did


  47. Yoda says:


    What home brew process use you do?


  48. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I think not. How can a head of state consider doing business with someone who can’t be trusted to keep her word? At least Donald Trump has a track record in the private sector. What Russians never forget is how disastrous the start of WWII was for them. A lot of that was because Stalin thought he could do business with Hitler.


  49. Yoda says:

    Comparing Hillary to Hitler you are.
    Getting to the age where grow a mustache she could

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  50. Yoda says:

    Secret picture of Moe’s abode this is

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  51. Yoda says:

    An elite Manhattan school is teaching white students as young as 6 that they’re born racist and should feel guilty benefiting from “white privilege,” while heaping praise and cupcakes on their black peers.


  52. SFC Ton says:

    I would like to see Hillary on trail and then convicted days before the election, then win any way, with her sentencing date scheduled for after she takes the oath of office

    That would be some good times.

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  53. Yoda says:

    Sanders: We have to stop this “pathological liar” from winning the White House


  54. Spawny Get says:

    Ton, that isn’t even that hard a stretch to imagine occurring. Followed by a pardon by the incoming President Michael O’Blimey.

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  55. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Shouldn’t the door on Moe’s house be round?


  56. Cill says:

    Another mass shooting by an illegal immigrant who’d been deported multiple times

    Is the MSM in the USA reporting on this?

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  57. Spawny Get says:

    Cill, that’s kinda careless.


  58. Moehau Man says:

    WARNING to Foreign weirdos

    You will be met with stiff resistence on the rugged Coromandel.

    Here’s one who flatters himself he’s a boar arse, and here’s what he’d look like if I raised me loincloth and gave him a blast of yesterday’s stuffed pig balls with onion:

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  59. Yoda says:

    Moehau Mans have yellow hair they do?


  60. Moehau Man says:

    Those pictures at 5:51 pm are of hobbit burrows not Moehau Man caves. Hobbits and rabbits, there’s only a couple of characters between them. No undermining critters are welcome on the rugged Coromandel. RABID HO FEMINISTS THIS MEANS YOU.

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  61. Yoda says:

    BoJo on a bad hair day this is

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  62. Spawny Get says:

    BTW the change in background is due to a recent event.

    Cheers Sumo


  63. Spawny Get says:

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  64. Spawny Get says:

    The war for Tory leader is heating up.

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  65. Spawny Get says:

    More fun to be had. Wednesday sees the long, long, long awaited Chilcot enquiry. Said to softball Bliar and his Cunti di tutti cunti Alistair Campbell, however…

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  66. Spawny Get says:

    Cill, we all know that that’s my house.


  67. Spawny Get says:

    More Tarn bait

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  68. Moehau Man says:

    Yes well, as far as I am concerned it was me who wrote the comment re the house, not that foreign joker Cill. “I don’t understand the confusion”, Mrs Moehau Man (my indignant old Mum) says, “there’s no physical resemblance between them whatsoever.”

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  69. Yoda says:

    Over at MSNBC, “Morning Joe” co-host Mika Brzezinski took a shot at those in media who’ve said they believe Clinton and Lynch met for a purely innocent discussion about family, “Okay, well this is why this is never going to be a problem for Hillary Clinton, people are too afraid to talk about the truth and the fact that this was wrong from the get go,” she said.

    “We’ll just move on just like everyone else does. Even though it’s a complete sham,” she added.

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  70. Yoda says:

    Wonder what type of tarn-bait effective it would be

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  71. Spawny Get says:

    Madge gets involved

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  72. Spawny Get says:

    Mo’ Madge

    It seems that Her Majesty likes BREXIT. There were rumours to that effect before the vote

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  73. Spawny Get says:

    Accuracy not exactly guaranteed

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  74. SFC Ton says:

    No Cill they are not reporting on such things because it is counter to the narrative; all hail the narrative

    No shit, according to some of the intell we pulled, islam clerics where saying it was ok to take it up the ass so they could then smuggle more shit in the prison purse. Also pulled some intell telling the jihadist not to fuck so many little boys the local men got jealous

    islam and mosels are sick fucks.

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  75. Ame says:

    i don’t normally share my personal blog posts b/c i write about all sorts of things – i’m a bit ADD in that way – that y’all probably don’t care much about. however, this addresses something we’ve touched on here from time-to-time, so i thought i’d share if interested:

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  76. Ame says:

    Ton – things like that make me wonder if hell is hot enough.

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  77. Yoda says:


    Odd that women on average degraded so much over time they have.
    It is as if they try not

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  78. Yoda says:

    Perhaps difficult to respect many older women it is.
    Learn positive lessons from one that one does not respect difficult it is

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  79. Ame says:

    Yoda – the whole conversation was very enlightening.

    I was very surprised at much that she shared and how she worded it. She was very thoughtful about what she said.

    I was very surprised that she felt her dad was more available to her than other dads she heard her peers talk about. He would not always be able to drop everything and talk to them, but if they called and left a voice mail message, he would more often than not try to get back to them within a reasonable amount of time … and he never told them not to call him. Same if they emailed him.

    i was surprised to hear her say that even being able to touch us and sit on our laps when little was a big deal – not only that she could, but that not all her peers had that access to their parents.

    I wasn’t surprised to hear her response that women do not teach younger women, but i was surprised at how quickly and firm and strong she responded. she didn’t even need to think about it. I was also surprised that she saw little difference between working moms and career moms.*

    I was deeply grateful that she knew and understood that my choosing to be there for her was my choice and that i made it b/c she is valuable and important and priority in my life.

    * Years before we had children, my husband and i attended a parenting seminar led by a man who was a father. the one thing i’ve always remembered is him saying that if you are going to be a sahm, then be a mom who stays home with her kids and interracts with them … don’t go to so many functions that the kids aren’t priority.

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  80. Yoda says:

    Tarn-bait this would be

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  81. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    That is one very upset cat! If you only know how much self esteem was tied up in their appearance and maintenance of their fur.
    Poor cat!

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  82. Yoda says:

    More like a dejected pussy it would be

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  83. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    So undignified!

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  84. Ame says:

    Yoda –
    “Perhaps difficult to respect many older women it is.
    Learn positive lessons from one that one does not respect difficult it is”

    people talk. kids talk. word gets around.

    if what kids are saying indicates their mothers and/or grandmothers are selfish, unavailable, etc … and then those same women show up at church or other functions where they’re in a position to teach younger women, how effective are they going to be? their reputation has already proceeded them. the girls, teens, young women will listen, nod, respond with all the right answers b/c they’re trained to do that both in the public school system and at home … but it won’t mean anything b/c the woman’s life doesn’t back up what she’s saying.

    OR … the woman will be preaching ‘go gurl’ feminist stuff … which the younger women will absorb and then act out b/c they don’t know anything different.

    my daughter also said, “They don’t know because NO one is teaching them these things.” i was really surprised to hear her say that.

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  85. Cill says:

    NO one is teaching them these things.

    By example you’ve made your daughter aware enough to know the difference.

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  86. Ame says:

    Cill –
    “By example you’ve made your daughter aware enough to know the difference.”

    thank you for the compliment 🙂

    i have sacrificed a lot to be their mom. and while i do not regret any of it, i admit to having times of wondering if i’ve done more right than not. it’s in moments like this, listening to my daughter(s), that i’m reaffirmed … investing everything i am and can into their lives is more than worth it.

    if i have to boil the rest of my life down into one goal, it’s this … to live as long as my girls need me so as to pour as much of me into them as possible so that when i’m gone, they have all they need and more to finish their lives well. i hope and pray that’s a long, long way away 🙂

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  87. Sumo says:

    BTW the change in background is due to a recent event.

    Cheers Sumo

    Did a suspicious looking package materialize on your doorstep?

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  88. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    OK, I can’t stand it anymore! Why did you change the background from the Union Jack to the Maple Leaf? The only thing I could see is that blue print on blue is hard to read.

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  89. Liz says:

    From the Diplomad

    “Please forgive my citing previous posts, but it proves hard to say anything new about dealing with the Islamic threat,

    How to deal with Islam? Take it at its word. When Islam says it wants to conquer, enslave, and kill us, believe it. Islam claims to be a warrior creed, accept that. Peace marches, candlelight vigils, piles of teddy bears, bathing buildings in colorful lights, and word salad speeches about “not letting the terrorists win by changing our ways” just won’t cut it. I would bet that many of those killed in New York, Boston, London, Paris, and Brussels were progressive liberal sorts who “welcomed” the arrival of Muslims, and would have proven horrified at the thought of our portraying Islam as a murderous dogma. Delusions can and will get you killed.

    The case of Turkey and Islam is a complex one. Suffice to say, that by putting Islam back into national politics, Turkey’s current rulers deviated from Ataturk’s post-Ottoman policy of suppressing Islam, and removing it from the nation’s political and military spheres. Ataturk saw Islam as the major reason Turkey was backward, “the sick man of Europe.” The leaders of Turkey have played games with ISIS and other terrorists, thinking they could outsmart them and use them against the pro-Russian Syrian regime and the persistent Kurdish demands for a homeland. How did that work out? You cannot ally with or befriend ISIS or, for that matter, Islam. It will backfire. Why? Because Islam’s objective is your submission, or failing that, your death. Look at our relations with the Saudis. If anybody owes the United States, the Saudi royals do. Yet, we see them funding terror and even turning a blind eye to direct attacks on the United States homeland and our people around the world.

    Yes, take it at it’s word. Nothing that hasn’t been said here again and again of course.

    I will never understand why folks disregard what they say and look for different motives.

    Culprit: “I am killing indiscriminately to spread the Caliphate! Praise Allah!”

    Liberals wringing their hands: “Oh, if only we could understand their motivations! Whatever do they want?”

    I’m reminded of a recent Scott Adams video with his dog Snickers (that most dog owners can probably appreciate).
    He placed a bowl of dogfood in front of Snickers and the dog wasn’t interested in his boring old food. But when Scott took a piece in his hand, right in front of Snickers and said, “Do you want a treat?” Snickers jumped up and took it and ate is excitedly.
    He did this a couple of times.

    The response from Liberals to Muslim terrorism makes Snickers look like Einstein.

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  90. Spawny Get says:

    Got a good Stars and Stripes image for the background tomorrow?

    The Maple leaf was in honour of Sumo.

    After that? Your criticism is noted.

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  91. Spawny Get says:

    Yes Sumo, mighty fine craftsmanship too. Thanks.

    I need to check that the chocolate hasn’t gone American though. Haven’t had any for a few years now. The States’ corruption of Creme Eggs was a shocking surprise. TR8Rs

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  92. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    I don’t know if you want to use this, as it recalls the War of 1812, but if this is the real Ft. McHenry flag, it should be huge, it the one that we have dedicated our National Anthem to. Being a republic, we don’t have a Queen to pledge allegiance to, so we use a flag to symbolize the country.

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  93. Spawny Get says:

    Ashley, on that bar is an explanation of a British term for a person who can’t handle their drink. A Cadbury’s. The logo shows that the bar boasts a glass and a half of milk (per bar?). A Cadbury’s is someone drunk on a glass and a half…

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  94. Spawny Get says:

    Fuzzie, is there a flag that unites all of the States? You know who I’m talking about 😉 And he fought for the country. I’d like to celebrate something, not start a discussion

    Liked by 2 people

  95. Spawny Get says:

    May be a little controversial, but…

    Liked by 3 people

  96. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    It took me a while but, I finally figured it out. Canada Day was July 1.
    You have to watch it all the way to the end to see Paul Gross express felicitations.

    Liked by 2 people

  97. Tarnished says:

    ‘Sup, homeslices?

    Liked by 2 people

  98. Spawny Get says:

    What the hell does that mean?

    Also, Tarn Bait works via email

    Also also, how did I miss the 60,000 comment?

    Liked by 2 people

  99. Tarnished says:

    I need to check that the chocolate hasn’t gone American though.

    It hasn’t.
    Last year, Hershey’s…who creates and distributes the American branding of Cadbury…successfully “banned” some foreign import companies from selling the real stuff in the US. It used to be you could go to hobby stores like the one I worked, or specialty grocery stores to procure authentic (and therefore more flavorful) Cadbury sweets. Unfortunately, now that is impossible so I order my Flake bars through Amazon.

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  100. Spawny Get says:

    And you missed this

    Liked by 3 people

  101. Tarnished says:

    Tarn bait *does* work best via email!


    ‘Sup” = shortened form of “what’s up”. I do, in actuality, say this as a standard greeting to my friends.

    Homeslice” = slang term for friend. Someone who embodies a “piece of home” or “slice of comfort/good life”.

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  102. Tarnished says:

    I saw it upthread.
    Normally I do greatly prefer smooth, well shaven genitals of both the male and female kind, but that’s just sad.

    Liked by 2 people

  103. Spawny Get says:

    This will probably be quite uniting…check the background


  104. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    Thoughts on the election straight from Vladimir Putin’s mouth.


  105. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    The previous flag would be the most famous of all American flags but, should you need something current, here is a fifty star version.


  106. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Please make the image of Hillary go away.


  107. Spawny Get says:

    ‘last chicken in the shop’ is a popular term for a willy.

    Cadbury’s Creme Eggs (i.e. UK) used to be made with delicious milk chocolate, sadly, no longer

    I’m assuming that the cock has a condition, I hope so, else that was extraordinarily cruel.

    I can’t imagine shaving my pussy. bastards

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  108. Spawny Get says:

    Thanks for the flag

    Liked by 1 person

  109. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    I can’t see anyone who supports the Confederacy objecting to the flag from Ft. McHenry. Should someone object on those grounds, it would be historically absurd and the word “troll” wouldn’t begin to cover it.


  110. Spawny Get says:

    The Tory Party in the Houses of Parliament are trying to suggest that they not bother electing their next leader, just anoint the Quisling Useless May.

    The reason? Well, in the Tory party, the MPs choose down to the last two candidates and then the Tory party member proles get to vote on those two.

    The problem? The MPs basically wanted Remain, they want the candidate that will basically flub the referendum away and stay as close to the EU as they can get away with.

    You may be interested in this little poll result, done by the Bow Group on conservative party members:

    Andrea Leadsom & Liam Fox: 1,086 (48.74%)
    Stephen Crabb & Sajid Javid: 120 (5.39%)
    Boris Johnson & Michael Gove: 715 (32.095)
    Theresa May: 305 (13.69%)

    Now you know why the Tory MPs don’t want to have the stupid, ignorant peasants making up their own party have a vote …

    Slightly dated as Boris was awarded the royal order of the boot. But look at useless May…1 in 7 of the grass roots support her.


  111. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Maybe I am weird but, I like Hershey’s milk chocolate. It is an acquired taste. I also like Hershey’s Chocolate Syrup on vanilla ice cream. It has something extra in it.

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  112. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    I don’t have a good understanding of your government but, it does seem to look like a total lack of confidence in leadership. How does a vote of no confidence get proposed?


  113. Spawny Get says:

    A great comment

    Grumpy • 3 minutes ago
    I was looking at the video clips of the snowflakes bemoaning the Referendum debate and wondering why supposedly well-educated people just cannot understand–then I remembered this extract from a letter from Aldous Huxley to George Orwell in 1949.
    “Within the next generation I believe that the world’s leaders will discover that infant conditioning and narco-hypnosis are more efficient, as instruments of government, than clubs and prisons, and that the lust for power can be just as completely satisfied by suggesting people into loving their servitude as by flogging them and kicking them into obedience”

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  114. Spawny Get says:

    “How does a vote of no confidence get proposed?”

    I don’t want one because it’ll maybe trigger a GE. The winner might well claim that the referendum has been rendered moot. Also that leaves the country rudderless for even longer that these cockwombles are managing now.

    The labour party will be utterly annihilated under Corbyn, so they don’t want one.

    The Tories…some might see advantage in a GE while laba is on the ropes, but without respecting the referendum vote first? Tricky. UKIP might make some decent inroads in the south (Tory) and the north (labour). The Tories (and everyone else) is freezing out UKIP at the moment, they’re all deathly afraid of giving the party any oxygen. Farage got us the referendum (Dave was scared into it). Farage won it by focusing on the key issue underlying all the issues in the country; too many people in the country (don’t care about race, creed or colour…too frigging many non-British). immigration.

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  115. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    The flag that I recommended is mentioned here.

    Liked by 2 people

  116. Yoda says:

    “Don’t tread on me” flag good it would be

    Liked by 1 person

  117. Yoda says:

    He got the James Bond gig not.
    Decided that no longer needed the hair in pristine condition he did

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  118. Spawny Get says:

    What kind of cockwombling wankpuffin uses Puff Ho as a source for a review of UK politics?

    This kind of cockwombling wankpuffin

    he actually alludes to Corbyn as a hero of the left. The mong that is currently destroying the labour party in a most delicious (to me) way. I am not a friend of the labour party.

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  119. Spawny Get says:

    This is the Labour Party War


  120. horseman says:

    off the EU topic,
    cruising the back pages of Dalrocks and came across this gem comment in an article about why a bachelor tax wouldn’t work.

    “But it’s still just a game. Devote large amounts of time and energy approaching, pretending, buying dinners and drinks, just to get some floozy into bed with you. You and the dozens of men she’s slept with already and all the baggage and prizes that go along with that. Sounds like going to college, spending 4 years in graduate school, and a lifetime of debt, just to be an insurance salesman. The upside is what again? Oh yeah, some disease ridden, stuck up snobby, sex tart that will take advantage of you or claim you raped her 6 years from now and ruin your reputation and cost you your career. Sounds like a fair use of my time and effort. I’d rather go hiking, or listen to music, or read a good book, or fix or build something. People who strongly defend game are people who are trying to justify the time and effort wasted pursuing something of questionable value, modern women. If it makes you feel good go for it. But harping on men who see no value in it or don’t have the ability to pretend to be something they’re not night after night isn’t productive.”

    Hard to come up with an answer with the likes of Big Red saying why are the menz so mean to me. If you like PUA fine go for it. If you want to reset to traditionalism go for it and if you find one ask if she has a sister. If you want to MGTOW good on ya as long as you GO and don’t just whine. Just pick your thing and do it.

    ugh. I’m off to the pool with a beer and my floaty. Its a beautiful 26 degree day and after four days of digging post holes I feel like it. (not I didn’t say deserve it because real men just do what they want).

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  121. Farm Boy says:

    Glorious Patriarch,

    There is something going on with the force. Yoda’s comments go to spam every time now. He wonders if this is a prelude to use of the Brexit vote for nefarious deeds. Be on the lookout.

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  122. Farm Boy says:

    No, it’s not original with Klein. But by the time he got around to weighing in on the subject, the idea that Brexit was somehow Britain’s equivalent of Donald Trump had congealed into an Crisco-like oleaginous mass. “The passage of Brexit,” Klein writes, “and the presence of Donald Trump are the results of a massive lowering of standards [!] that has been promulgated over the past 20 years by the media and the leadership of political parties in both countries, in the pursuit of popularity. This is what happens when democracy grows flabby. The people, when uninterested, must be entertained, and if they can’t be entertained, their fears must be exploited.”

    Unraveling all the condescending assumptions packed into those few sentences would provide apt material for a lengthy disquisition. Ponder, to take just one element in Klein’s effusion, the implications of his suggestion that the reason people voted for Brexit was because democracy had grown “flabby.” You can turn in your reflections after the weekend. Typed and double-spaced, please.

    In the meantime, think about this further tidbit from Joe Klein:

    So let’s make no bones about what happened in Britain. This was not so much a vote against the bureaucratic depredations, real and imagined, of the E.U. It was a vote – by elderly, non-college-educated Brits – against the wild flow of immigrants, most of them benign and excellent workers, but many of them reluctant to assimilate and more than a few of them embracing a faddish, lethal Islamic extremism.

    The critical point, however, is snobbery. Who are those “elderly, non-college-educated-Brits” and why is anyone paying attention to them?

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  123. horseman says:

    And as a Canadian I am disjointed this weekend.

    Just spent two glorious days of campfires and steaks grilled over applewood in the fire pit and beer and comraderie celebrating Canada Day (July 1).

    Then I see our beloved, couiffed leader The Justin leading Toronto’s Pride Parade. He was ineffective at last weeks Can US Mexico conference and has no opinion on Brexit but I bet he will look damn fine walking down Jarvis Street.
    (Wonder if he will take off his shirt in this heat for the boys? And will it make the front page of the Globe and Mail?)

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  124. Farm Boy says:

    Wonder if he will take off his shirt in this heat for the boys?

    Probably you will not see this thought with respect to Hillary

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  125. Farm Boy says:

    Wonder if he will take off his shirt in this heat for the boys?

    He should have invited Putin

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  126. Cill says:



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  127. Spawny Get says:

    Farm Boy,


    The Glorious Patriarch has changed nothing except the site’s background. Yoda only posts here, does he not? So it isn’t anyone else spamming him. Too many comments with just an image? Images that The Most Glorious Patriarch rather enjoys BTW

    (Also there’s a draft post awaiting scheduling. Ame has been kind again)


  128. horseman says:


    Wow. Just getting caught up and followed the link to your blog piece. Bang on.

    Exactly why the Mrs stayed at home right thru the teenage years. Created lots of financial hardship and me working two jobs but it was exactly this. Get married, go MGTOW, have kids,don’t whatever.

    BUT once you have any dependent: spouse, kids, animals whatever, Their NEEDS come first.

    My daughter once asked why I was as fiercely protective of the various kids who came to crash from bad situations as I am of her. “Because once they enter this house they are under My Protection, Full Stop”

    Note I said Need not Want. Being a parent also means teaching resilience and taking a punch. Your rent is due but you dont get paid for a week? Shouldnt have bought those shoes. You tell him. If he threatens to kick you out (not likely) then I will step in but loan you money for your lack lf planning? Uh No.

    All this shit between the genders, govt etc. just comes down to take individual responsibility for your actions, empathy for others, and a moral duty to help those around you who genuinely need it to help themselves. It aint complicated.

    yeah yeah spoken like a true Libertarian (but as a Canadian I dont have a gun).

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  129. Spawny Get says:

    this guy

    Liked by 2 people

  130. Spawny Get says:

    I linked to #5 in Jonathon Pie’s video list a week or so back…

    Liked by 3 people

  131. horseman says:


    Thanks made my day. I think I wet myself. and thats the Fucking News….

    Now given that its gonna go viral, will the PC prats in his station shitcan him or market him as The Man of the People?

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  132. Spawny Get says:

    Horseman, “off the EU topic,”

    Can we do that? If only things were that easy, matey.

    I suuuuppppooooossseee we can give it a try.


  133. Spawny Get says:

    Farm Boy,
    the PJMedia article was pretty accurate, I think. I mentioned last week that the Foreign Office (technically the FCO) has gone native in the EU bureaucracy. Our own establishment takes the crap laws / edicts made in the EU (made undemocratically)..and brass plates them, makes them worse, harder to avoid than the original. Other countries implement them casually, slowly, avoidably, ours betrays us by making them worse.

    Theresa May is the front runner to be the next PM. She’s been a catastrophic failure in the Home Office (UK affairs). But she’s a very vague europhobe or europhile. Has failed to clamp down on the immigration that she could do. I have no trust in her. She’s clearly the choice of the available candidates for the establishment. And the MSM.

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  134. Cill says:

    When trying to decide on the best next PM, reject the choice of the BBC.

    Jonathon Pie might put it this way:

    Put a fucking line through the all-round shit-pot darling of the old Etonian and occasional pig-fucking BBC and you will never be fucking wrong.

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  135. Spawny Get says:

    No, he’s incorrect.

    Edit SG – Tired eyes, doing other stuff. The rest was true though

    May would be a catastrophe. Worse than Dave. Dave honoured the referendum (mostly, at least he quit), she’ll undermine it and make it worthless. Dave with a BREXIT team doing the negotiation would have been far better than her. Would have been quicker than this fucking ill timed leadership election.

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  136. Spawny Get says:

    And you can tell that May is a catastrophe for the BREXIT camp by her list of supporters, all the europhile tory grandees. Heseltine, Clarke etc


  137. Spawny Get says:

    Judge Theresa May on her record

    Judging by her record as Home Secretary, we urge any fan of freedom not to support Theresa May’s bid for the leadership of the Conservative Party.

    Liked by 1 person

  138. Cill says:

    No, he’s incorrect.

    Is May not the choice of the BBC?

    Liked by 1 person

  139. Cill says:

    He is absolutely correct… if what you say is true.

    Liked by 1 person

  140. Spawny Get says:

    BBC 24hr Rolling Bollocks • 3 hours ago
    It would be bad enough under normal circumstances for the Cons to appoint a ‘Blair Babe’ as being their next leader but now with UKIP biting at their heels and the public in no mood for the Blairite blob what are they playing at?
    There are potentially 17 millions votes the Cons could have to themselves at the next GE if they appoint a Brexiteer leader.
    These twats by appointing May will be sharing 16 million votes with 3 or 4 other parties.
    My message to Con MPs in leave constituencies is this,
    Do the fucking math, which leader will save your arse at the next election?
    It isn’t Theresa May.
    19 • Reply•Share ›


  141. Spawny Get says:

    Cill, yeah. My bad for not reading properly (sober too, but am imminently addressing the issue). I edited my comment above.

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  142. Spawny Get says:

    thinktheunthinkableuk BBC 24hr Rolling Bollocks • 3 hours ago
    If they don’t, it will be electoral suicide….and I sense they realise this. The Tories have to appeal to the 17 million who voted for Brexit, not just by delivering full Brexit, but also by narrowing the gap between rich and poor, which was the main reason so many of the less well off voted for Brexit.

    And of the candidates on TV this morning, only Gove made this point, with his disgust at the massive boardroom payments for failure, at the expense of those at the bottom of the pay scale.

    It will take more than just a Brexit PM, to deliver the changes this country sorely needs. It needs a PM with the vision and drive to make those changes happen.
    6 • Reply•Share ›

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  143. I can’t believe I am commenting on this but… I believe the chicken is of a breed that is naturally featherless. As for that cat, I am not sure. I know hairless is all the rage but there’s always been something about it that creeps me out, not my thing. Not that people have to be all 1970s about it, but I prefer groomed to shaved. TMI! La la la la….

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  144. Cill says:

    sober too, but am imminently addressing the issue

    Onya mate. Too early in the day for me (5:00 am)

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  145. Yoda says:

    the old Etonian and occasional pig-fucking BBC and you will never be fucking wrong.

    “On the fields of Eton the future battles lost they were”

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  146. Yoda says:

    RPG bait it was

    Liked by 2 people

  147. Yoda says:

    Still sending my emails to spam the system is.
    The Dark Side on the prowl it is

    Liked by 2 people

  148. Farm Boy says:

    According to the WordPress dashboard, there are 58738 comments

    Liked by 1 person

  149. Farm Boy says:

    Make that 59738 comments

    Liked by 1 person

  150. Spawny Get says:

    Your comment is linked as

    So, I’m taking what looks like the primary key in the database

    maybe the admin thread isn’t counted? Some deleted comments?


  151. Cill says:

    The comment address makes yours the 60300th one. (

    The WordPress dashboard subtracts deleted comments.

    Liked by 2 people

  152. horseman says:

    So Farmboy’s comments are so good the counter goes up by

    Dude being on staff has its perks!!

    Liked by 3 people

  153. Cill says:

    The dark side it is.

    Liked by 2 people

  154. Farm Boy says:

    Brooks, the actress who plays Taystee in “Orange is the New Black,” took to Twitter to complain about her own first-world problems, a purported microaggression she experienced this morning at the airport.

    Brooks tweeted – and then likely when called on her contemptuousness by Heat Street – deleted the following tweet:

    I hate when gate agents look at me like I’ve never flown first class and say “You’re in first class, lucky you!”???? really tho

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  155. Sumo says:

    Then I see our beloved, couiffed leader The Justin leading Toronto’s Pride Parade.

    How dare you besmirch Dear Leader like that? Don’t you know that it’s the current year?

    Liked by 2 people

  156. Spawny Get says:

    Horseman, come on board! Write an article.

    Liked by 2 people

  157. Moehau Man says:

    Yes well, my comments should count more than any of you foreign jokers comments. Last count, I had 3 fingers and a thumb on me right hand and 2 fingers and a thumb on me left hand (me left forefinger doesn’t count because it’s doing the pointing… or does that mean it’s the only one that “counts”? I dunno).

    Where was I… oh yes, last count I also had 11 toes. When I counted the whole lot up I came to a whopping 16. That’s how much a Moehau Man’s comment should count. Me Kauri Club says so.

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  158. Spawny Get says:

    Taystee looks like she could go a few rounds of MMA

    Liked by 1 person

  159. Moehau Man says:

    If I add in me browridge I get 17. That number is so big it’s nonsense. I’m sticking with 16.

    Liked by 3 people

  160. Moehau Man says:

    I am including me missing finger which I lost when testing the temperature of a wild boar’s rectum, to be fair.

    Liked by 2 people

  161. Spawny Get says:

    I always thought that Kauri Club was what you called Mr Winky

    Liked by 2 people

  162. Moehau Man says:

    It should be clear to you foreign lot by now, a Moehau Man has much more weighty concerns than shaving or grooming his nether regions. We never worry our browridges with such nonsense.

    Liked by 2 people

  163. Moehau Man says:

    Yes well, the Kauri Club doubles as many things.

    Liked by 3 people

  164. Yoda says:

    Last count, I had 3 fingers

    Like me you are.
    Still handle club you can.
    Still handle light saber I can

    Liked by 2 people

  165. Yoda says:

    So Farmboy’s comments are so good the counter goes up by 1000

    Obvious this should be

    Liked by 2 people

  166. Yoda says:

    Yes, write posts Horseman should

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  167. Cill says:

    First quoted here by Spawny at 1:43 pm
    – letter from Aldous Huxley to George Orwell in 1949.

    “Within the next generation I believe that the world’s leaders will discover that infant conditioning and narco-hypnosis are more efficient, as instruments of government, than clubs and prisons, and that the lust for power can be just as completely satisfied by suggesting people into loving their servitude as by flogging them and kicking them into obedience”

    Remove men from education and replace fathers with the State and the young are left exposed to the conditioning of an emasculated world.

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  168. Spawny Get says:

    Sad…so sad

    Angela Merkel could move to oust Europe’s federalist chief Jean-Claude Juncker ‘within the next year’, a Germany government minister has said, in a sign of deepening European divisions over how to respond to Britain’s Brexit vote.

    The German chancellor’s frustration with the European Commission chief came as Europe split over whether to use the Brexit negotiations as a trigger to deepen European integration or take a more pragmatic approach to Britain as it heads for the exit door.

    “The pressure on him [Juncker] to resign will only become greater and Chancellor Merkel will eventually have to deal with this next year,” an unnamed German minister told The Sunday Times, adding that Berlin had been furious with Mr Juncker “gloating” over the UK referendum result.

    Mr Juncker’s constant and unabashed calls for “more Europe”, has led to several of Europe other dissenting members – including Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic – to lay some of the blame for Brexit at his door.

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  169. Yoda says:

    Merkel the kingmaker he is.
    Der Fourth Reich it would be


  170. Liz says:

    We’ve been playing a new strategy game (at least, new to us) called Civilization, on the computer. I just got to invent my own religion. I called it Lizlam.
    (wanted to create a religion of peace…it was a toss up between that and Christmas-at-Walmart)

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  171. Spawny Get says:

    Happy 4th of July a little early

    Liked by 3 people

  172. Farm Boy says:

    Indeed elite tribalism is actively encouraged by the technologies of globalization, the ease of travel and communication. Distance and separation force encounter and immersion, which is why the age of empire made cosmopolitans as well as chauvinists — sometimes out of the same people. (There is more genuine cosmopolitanism in Rudyard Kipling and T. E. Lawrence and Richard Francis Burton than in a hundred Davos sessions.) . . .

    But it’s a problem that our tribe of self-styled cosmopolitans doesn’t see itself clearly as a tribe: because that means our leaders can’t see themselves the way the Brexiteers and Trumpistas and Marine Le Pen voters see them.

    They can’t see that what feels diverse on the inside can still seem like an aristocracy to the excluded, who look at cities like London and see, as Peter Mandler wrote for Dissent after the Brexit vote, “a nearly hereditary professional caste of lawyers, journalists, publicists, and intellectuals, an increasingly hereditary caste of politicians, tight coteries of cultural movers-and-shakers richly sponsored by multinational corporations.”

    They can’t see that paeans to multicultural openness can sound like self-serving cant coming from open-borders Londoners who love Afghan restaurants but would never live near an immigrant housing project, or American liberals who hail the end of whiteness while doing everything possible to keep their kids out of majority-minority schools.

    They can’t see that their vision of history’s arc bending inexorably away from tribe and creed and nation-state looks to outsiders like something familiar from eras past: A powerful caste’s self-serving explanation for why it alone deserves to rule the world.

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  173. Spawny Get says:

    Top Gear pressie for you too


  174. Spawny Get says:

    Love Skye’s voice

    Lead singer of Morcheeba


  175. Farm Boy says:

    I vote for Zippy and George to take over Top Gear

    Liked by 2 people

  176. Farm Boy says:

    Talking hamburger, talking pig, motor cars – what is not to like?

    Liked by 2 people

  177. Farm Boy says:

    When I was a kid, I heard a story about how Indians -er, Native Anercans lived. The chief was always this old guy, and he was chief becaus quoting my lady first grade teacher, “because he was wisest due to his age”.

    I wonder if that is taught in schools anymore…

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  178. Farm Boy says:

    There is a new post


  179. SFC Ton says:

    that is some weird ass music you listen too

    Liked by 1 person

  180. Spawny Get says:

    Ton, yep. I like music that gives me energy and/or positivity. I find trip-hop gets the mind humming.


  181. Ame says:

    Horseman –

    Wow. Just getting caught up and followed the link to your blog piece. Bang on.

    Exactly why the Mrs stayed at home right thru the teenage years. Created lots of financial hardship and me working two jobs but it was exactly this. Get married, go MGTOW, have kids,don’t whatever.

    BUT once you have any dependent: spouse, kids, animals whatever, Their NEEDS come first.

    My daughter once asked why I was as fiercely protective of the various kids who came to crash from bad situations as I am of her. “Because once they enter this house they are under My Protection, Full Stop”

    Note I said Need not Want. Being a parent also means teaching resilience and taking a punch. Your rent is due but you dont get paid for a week? Shouldnt have bought those shoes. You tell him. If he threatens to kick you out (not likely) then I will step in but loan you money for your lack lf planning? Uh No.

    All this shit between the genders, govt etc. just comes down to take individual responsibility for your actions, empathy for others, and a moral duty to help those around you who genuinely need it to help themselves. It aint complicated.

    yeah yeah spoken like a true Libertarian (but as a Canadian I dont have a gun).”


    ummm, wow … thank you. that’s a high compliment coming from you!

    i’ve found kids do not outgrow having a parent at home. there is an anchor, a stability, a foundation, children are provided with a parent at home. they know if they get sick or need help, there is someone available to them. being an available sahm, i’ve helped a lot of kids and their parents over the years. kids need to know someone is there for them.

    needs vs wants is a BIG deal in our home. i’ve always made my girls define the difference. they NEED to know they are loved by me, period, simply because they are mine … not b/c of anything they’ve done or haven’t done, not b/c of how they look, how they act, or anything else. God gave you to me; you are mine; therefore i love you. period. the end.

    children NEED to know we love them by our words and actions. i remember reading many, many years ago where a man had asked the question, “How did you know your mom loved you? What did she do that made you know she loved you?” i remember he listed several possibilities, one being … did she put your pj’s in the dryer to warm them up on cold nights? it wasn’t that we need to do that specifically … it’s more that love is proven by our actions, and those actions are personal to each child b/c each child is different. my kids never get to use the line, “Well, you do *this* for HER!” because my girls are individuals. i’ll ask them if they want me to parent them like i do their sister, and they always say, “No!” of course there are things that are common and basic … but beyond that, there are things we do to show each person they are loved.

    children NEED food, clothing, and shelter. my girls know very well that this can mean their nice, comfy beds … or a bare floor – or a tent in the back yard – their choice. they wanna do drugs or other crazy things, i have no problem calling the cops on them, letting them spend a night in jail, or removing everything from their room except a blanket, pillow, and three changes of clothes. they get to choose. thankfully they have enough wisdom to know i’m telling the truth and have never pushed me that far.

    respect and gratitude are a way of life and expected … if they decide these are not important, see the above paragraph. they know trust is more valuable than priceless jewels, and if they do anything to loose my trust, it will take a very long time to earn it back.

    above all, my girls know i love them, i care about and for them, and that i’ve got their back simply because they are mine.


  182. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy, at 6:38pm,
    I know why she flys first class. She can’t fit into coach seats. Microaggression? It is always open season on those who deal with the public.
    I am still mad about someone grabbing Tarn’s ponytail. There is no excuse for that. She sells video games FFS.


  183. Yoda says:

    If on microagressions now we are,
    wonder if ever milliagressions there were

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  184. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Please don’t give them any ideas. As it it is, they have he full attention of those who write law.


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