A Long Time


Over at RPG’s, commenter Cadders stated,

To understand what’s going on between men and women we need go back a bit for some perspective.

Everyone knows that women were ‘liberated’ in the ’60s and ’70s but few people stop to consider what it was that women were liberated from.

Women’s were liberated from the ancient social contract – where women traded their fertility for the man’s utility. The women provided sexual access to just one man and reliability (mostly) that any children produced were his, and in return, the man worked to provide for his children and the woman for the rest of his life. But the contract came at a cost for both men and women – for women constraints were put on their behavior and freedom, for men, they had to work themselves to death.

Women’s liberation broke this contract. It is clear that woman have embraced their new freedoms, earning their own money, choosing how they behave, sleeping with whom they choose. And for a while it worked. Because whilst women were playing by the new rules, men were still, mostly, playing by the old.

But that’s over now.

Now men are playing by the new rules as well. And what does this look like? Simply that for the first time in 2000 years men are free to live their lives without regard to what women want, and free of any social expectations to do so.

Today’s generation of women are finding few men that they consider marriage worthy, because many men are not putting the effort into becoming marriage worthy.

When the price of sex was marriage, and the price of marriage was a decent job most men worked hard and got married. When the price of sex is to be an alpha, increasing numbers of men realize they are faced with a game they can never win, so they check out. They may not be happy about it but men are able to live well on very little in a way they women can’t.

This matters. Because it is men’s – and only men’s – productivity that enables an advanced society to exist.

As men check out, so society is crumbling. Men need something to work hard for and nothing motivates a man like the love and respect of a good woman. These days few women are ‘good’ and fewer still know how to love and respect a man.

And now we are on the cusp of an involuntary childless spinster epidemic. In our post-feminist utopia, no-body wins and the only equality is equality of misery.

Let us focus more specifically on this,

Women’s liberation broke this contract. It is clear that woman have embraced their new freedoms, earning their own money, choosing how they behave, sleeping with whom they choose. And for a while it worked. Because whilst women were playing by the new rules, men were still, mostly, playing by the old.

But that’s over now.

Why was there such a lag between when the one side of the contract was broken, until an appropriate response was formed?  Suppose that the contract was torn up in the mid 70’s, and here we are in the mid 10’s with a noticeable response.  That would be a forty year span.

There are many factors,

I. The sheer propaganda of it all.  By doing this, it will be awesome for the women, and at the very least, it will be neutral for the the fellas.  If you disagreed, you were some kind of Neanderthal (no offense to Moe).

II. Men had (and still have some) honor.  They are the people who get things done.  They are the ones who go the extra mile to save the day.  This is what honorable men did.

III. The sheer adulterated power of the almighty V.   Enough said.

IV.  Women are more moral, so clearly what they want is the way to go.

V.  Men do not organize movements that are solely about increasing the benefit to men.

It is all very interesting, the origins of this delay.  Perhaps commenters will add more.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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130 comments on “A Long Time
  1. Ame says:

    i would guess that part of the lag time was due to the fact that men were actually working, doing what men do, rather than trying to keep up with the petty things women were doing … till those things screwed them over 😦

    women really cannot live without men. even the feminists need men b/c, without men, they have no cause, and without a cause, they have no reason to live.

    we really do need y’all. and our kind has just screwed it up every which way. boo to all that 😦

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  2. BuenaVista says:

    If the theme is ‘Why the lag time?’ the answer is simple: we didn’t take it seriously because we’re wired to adapt, overcome and provide.

    Now that the truth is plainer, women might wonder how we’re wired to deal with existential threats. (Provided were not traumatized by an experience on OKC
    ).

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  3. BuenaVista says:

    It’s too bad. Even the semi-good girls are flummoxed when a man’s words or actions state, ‘It’s really not worth it, do you know a place where I can catch the game?’

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  4. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Why did it take forty years? All markets respond but, the respond at varying speeds. The stock market responds like a speedboat. the real estate market responds like a supertanker. while the SMP responds like a glacier. It hasn’t needed to respond since the dawn of civilization.

    Another thaought. Women wanted this.

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  5. BuenaVista says:

    Did I tell you about the time I was dissed on OKC by a stranger? Man it was terrible.

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  6. Yoda says:

    If the theme is ‘Why the lag time?’ the answer is simple: we didn’t take it seriously because we’re wired to adapt, overcome and provide.

    Fine assessment this is

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  7. Ame says:

    OKC?

    here in Texas, OKC is Oklahoma City … but i don’t think you mean that seeing as you said, “on OKC”

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  8. Yoda says:

    Also, no “movement” for men to change there was.
    Liked that part just fine the powers did

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  9. BuenaVista says:

    Furry, you’re totally right. We’re victims and people care about our stories because we’re victims. It’s very brave of you to tell your story. Very, very brave.

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  10. FNU LNU says:

    It’s not just “your kind” that has screwed this up. “Our kind” sat back and accepted the “if momma’s happy” BS to much more of a degree than we should have.

    And a lot of that is probably due to the divorce laws, which essentially punish men regardless of what actually happened.

    And we have all been so brainwashed, that if a relationship or marriage falls apart, the first thought is almost always that it is the mans fault.

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  11. BuenaVista says:

    I like OK City. OKC is a dating site that failed Furry.

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  12. BuenaVista says:

    He talks about his disappointments there several times a week, so I assumed the acronym was descriptive.

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  13. Ame says:

    it may be so, but it doesn’t need to be highlighted 🙂

    – – – – –

    i don’t much care for Oklahoma, esp the roadways … they’re not kept up. you can be driving blind and know the moment you cross a border into OK. i don’t go up there unless i have to.

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  14. FNU LNU says:

    What story? Where?

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  15. SFC Ton says:

    Part of the lag time was due to women living off the reputation of the women who came before them.

    My grandmother’s generation was ok, so men my father’s age had an old school ideal
    Women my mother’s age trade on the good credit of older women while being semi train wrecks themselves

    And so on, each group of men being duped because their mothers and grandmothers provided a smoke screen of sorts for the bitches of his generation

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  16. SFC Ton says:

    On line dating is combat dating at its most ruthless. Most men are not cut out for it while at the same time fearing the face to face real time rejection

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  17. SFC Ton says:

    I have 2 trucks pulling 41k pounds of beef out of okc as I type

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  18. BuenaVista says:

    OKLA is fine. Texans are supremacists. So, secede already. Anyone who wants to be in Dallas in August deserves to go their own way.

    (I do enjoy Marva in February.)

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  19. Tarnished says:

    BV…Come on.
    Hurtful words are unnecessary here.
    This shouldn’t become a “safe space” full of hand holding and mollycoddling, but can everyone please play nice.

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  20. Tarnished says:

    It’s due in large part to the utter stupidity of believing an entire sex could be inherently good or moral, same as believing an entire sex is inherently hedonistic or unjust.

    It is not so, has never been so, and shall never be so.

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  21. Ame says:

    BV – lol!

    yeah … Texans are truly their own kind. July and August down here are brutal – especially the summer of 2011. we’re getting a break this summer, though. the up-side is that the humidity is usually not a factor – 98* and 90% humidity sucks.

    one can’t live here very long and not hear “secede” often … esp w/all the political bs going on.

    still like Texas better than Oklahoma … but that’s just my personal preference. i’ve lived here since 1982 … my girls both born and raised here.

    however … if i had to choose between Houston, El Paso, or OKC … i’d choose OKC.

    Ton – may your trucks/truckers have a safe journey to where ever they’re going … and get off I35 as quickly as possible! 🙂 … i can’t remember a time when there wasn’t construction on I35 in all the years i’ve lived in this state!

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  22. Ame says:

    Ton – oops … but i don’t like I35 in Olkahoma, either … and i hate navigating the interstates in okc 🙂

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  23. Prayers/positive energy needed… My oldest’s dad was in a work accident and was unconscious at last report, in icu now. Please send healing/be a stubborn bastard thoughts his way. His daughter needs him 😦 fuck….

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  24. Tarnished says:

    Morality is not ingrained in humanity, it is taught. Nobody is born with ethics or good judgment, those traits develop through personal trials plus a dose of knowledge from the previous generations.

    And while studies have shown that primates are indeed born with empathy and can be found in children under 2 years old, other recent surveys and polls have young adults/college students grading *themselves* as significantly less concerned for their fellow human beings and more likely to push for actions that only benefit them as an individual.

    Without consideration towards those who are not us, society crumbles as we can clearly see.

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  25. BuenaVista says:

    It’s true, Ton, we think we’re dating our high school sweetheart s or our grandmothers. I never wanted to date my mom, she put me in the hospital a few times to get sympathy for herself.

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  26. BuenaVista says:

    Gee, Tarn, I’m inthe Society to Prevent Golf and Texas. Seems like I should be allowed (even by you) to say what I think about Dallas in August.

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  27. Yoda says:

    And while studies have shown that primates are indeed born with empathy

    Moe a primate he is.
    Kauri club not always empathetic it is

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  28. BuenaVista says:

    Tarn, you and Furry need to start a blog so that you can explain how humanity should think, feel and behave.

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  29. Yoda says:

    Part of the lag time was due to women living off the reputation of the women who came before them.

    So true this is.
    Highlight it I will

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  30. FNU LNU says:

    You are all in my thoughts and prayers.

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  31. SFC Ton says:

    Only problem with Texas is its full of Texans, mexicans and queers

    Did enjoy hunting wild pigs and banging college chicks…. and no the two never crossed over

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  32. BuenaVista says:

    I agree Tarn. Grown men ‘play nice’instead of expecting grown men to act like grown men.

    Given the deficiencies of the known world, doesn’t it make sense for more evolved personalities to create their own forum, where anyone who doesn’t ‘play nice’ can be vaporized?

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  33. Ame says:

    Bloom – praying … so.very.sorry 😦

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  34. Ame says:

    LOL

    nope … there would be no shortage of any of the above 5 you mentioned!

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  35. Cill says:

    Bloom, all the best.

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  36. Bleeding on the brain, broken ribs, facial reconstruction is the latest… Supposedly not fatal. God willing!!! Thanks for the positive vibes…

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  37. I am happy his wife called me one of the first and knows I have their back.

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  38. Tarnished says:

    I agree Tarn. Grown men ‘play nice’instead of expecting grown men to act like grown men.

    I don’t know, BV.
    Some people I expect to act like adults, but they act like kumquats instead. Or apples. Perhaps very small rocks…

    Given the deficiencies of the known world, doesn’t it make sense for more evolved personalities to create their own forum, where anyone who doesn’t ‘play nice’ can be vaporized?

    Vaporized? Nah. Takes too much energy. Not environmentally friendly enough. We’ll simply take a page out of Calvin & Hobbes, and stick ’em in a Transmorgifier. Turn them into lemurs, or maybe tapirs.

    Seriously though, why give a flying fuck if a person online isn’t the same as you? We all deal with the shit life throws at us in different ways.

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  39. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Bloom
    May hai recovery be speedy.

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  40. Tarnished says:

    Tarn, you and Furry need to start a blog so that you can explain how humanity should think, feel and behave.

    The only thing on it will be the 8 hour long version of PFUDOR.

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  41. Tarnished says:

    Gee, Tarn, I’m in the Society to Prevent Golf and Texas. Seems like I should be allowed (even by you) to say what I think about Dallas in August.

    Hmm. You make a good point, BV. Very well, I shall allow it this time.

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  42. Ame says:

    BV – what were you doing in Dallas in August?!

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  43. Ame says:

    Bloom – ouch. that’s rough. glad you are there for them and have their back, too. that’s sooo hard 😦

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  44. Cill says:

    BV – what were you doing in Dallas in August?!
    Maybe he stalked Fuzzy to Dallas…

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  45. Ame says:

    lol!

    i’m guessing he was following the wrong lead … bears are smarter than that and stay away from dallas!

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  46. BuenaVista says:

    My sister was in the Dallas Opera. Then she fell ill and I took care of her for 10 years.

    But let’s talk about ‘playing nice.’

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  47. BuenaVista says:

    And you can fuck off, big time, Cill. You wouldn’t be saying that shit to my face. Not more than once, anyway.

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  48. Cill says:

    “Playing nice” is boring. So is talking about it.

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  49. Cill says:

    I trust you were joking there, BV?

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  50. Ame says:

    wow. impressive that she was in the Dallas opera … and that you took care of her.

    did you move her out of dallas?

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  51. You guys, please remember we are all so precariously here… And we are all interrelated… Xoxoxo please don’t fight

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  52. OKRickety says:

    “i don’t much care for Oklahoma, esp the roadways … they’re not kept up. you can be driving blind and know the moment you cross a border into OK. i don’t go up there unless i have to.”

    It’s true that the roads are crappy. Don’t know why. Even the turnpikes that are constantly under construction.

    From the Tulsa perspective, OK City gets all the goodies. I think it’s the benefit of being the state capital. It seems the legislators forget the rest of the state once they get there.

    As for Baja Oklahoma, it’s a nice place to visit occasionally but I wouldn’t want to live in Dallas or Houston. Note: (For those unfamiliar with Spanish, Baja means below or under).

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  53. Ame says:

    my husband lived in Tulsa a few years once and loved it … he always gets a bit defensive when i dis oklahoma … which i think is a bit funnee b/c he’s from east and south Texas. i think it has more to do with a woman he dated while he was there than it does from the state 😉

    “From the Tulsa perspective, OK City gets all the goodies. I think it’s the benefit of being the state capital. It seems the legislators forget the rest of the state once they get there.”

    that’s kinda crappy. i’ve wondered why it’s not as well kept as it could be.

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  54. Yoda says:

    Wonder if Moehau Man Sheilas wear codpieces they do I do

    These bosom buddies aren’t pumped about their new workload.

    Their bra company’s boss ordered the hapless guys to hang weights around their necks — so they’d get a sense of what it’s like to have boobs.

    http://nypost.com/2016/08/26/men-at-bra-company-forced-to-feel-the-pain-of-having-boobs/

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  55. Cill says:

    The Pain of having Boobs

    Shackles around the
    chest
    boobs
    nipples
    areola they would be.

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  56. Cill says:

    The Pain of having Balls

    A Pain between The Arse and a Hard Place they would be

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  57. Spawny Get says:

    I did ask nicely first. If somebody’s comments annoy you? Move on by. When someone’s comments annoy me enough they’ll start disappearing, I’m not going to bother discussing the finer points in comments.

    Be nice to regulars (and any new person that acts nice around here), or ignore them if you can’t. How impressive is online chest bumping supposed to be anyway?

    I’m busy this bank holiday weekend, so I’m sharing the monitoring duties around, but I’ll back their decisions.

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  58. Ame says:

    Cill – you’re hilarious! LOL!!!

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  59. Ame says:

    y’all … I was trying to fix something on my husband’s cell phone and messed the whole thing up! oops! it took a good while, but I fixed it … before he even knew I screwed it up. WHEW! 🙂

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  60. Yoda says:

    Their bra company’s boss ordered the hapless guys to hang weights around their necks — so they’d get a sense of what it’s like to have boobs.

    Comment on this Tarn could.
    Chance to overshare it would be

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  61. Boobs aren’t that bad. I hardly notice them! Lol

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  62. Ame says:

    Bloom – any more updates on your daughter’s father?

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  63. Nothing new since last night Ame… I hope to hear more soon.

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  64. Cill says:

    Boobs aren’t that bad. I hardly notice them! Lol

    You’d notice them if I was around. Hey, you’ll just have to trust me on that.

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  65. Cill says:

    (wink)

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  66. Yoda says:

    Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orban is doubling down on his preferred solution to dealing with the floods of human misery that could easily once again overwhelm the Balkan corridor should the migrant deal with Turkey fall apart. His solution? To build a second fence along Hungary’s border with Serbia. . . .

    The remarks came ahead of a meeting between Angela Merkel and the heads of the Visegrad countries—Slovakia, Hungary, the Czech Republic and Poland—where, notably, both Orban and the Czech Republic’s Bohuslav Sobotka pressed the German Chancellor on the creation of a European army to help maintain border security for the continent.
    Hungary is due to hold a referendum on EU migrant policy on October 2. The question—”Do you want the European Union to be able to mandate the obligatory resettlement of non-Hungarian citizens into Hungary even without the approval of the National Assembly?”—is giving many in Brussels the vapors. The referendum itself is not legally binding, but a strong popular rejection of any Europe-wide relocation scheme will be hard to ignore, especially since similar such sentiments appear to be widespread across eastern Europe.

    In response, voices in Brussels are threatening to deprive the stubborn Eastern Europeans of funding if they refuse the migrant quota diktat, even as Merkel continues to plead for calm—”I think we will continue to discuss this issue,” she said at today’s meeting. No one in the east is yet seriously mulling some kind of Brexit option, but they certainly are watching carefully how the UK fares as it distances itself from Brussels.

    As is often the case in the EU, a slow-motion tragedy is well under way. Unlike other tragedies, which involve complicated and difficult technical questions stemming from economic integration, the sticking point here is more one of ideology: commitment to a pure kind of universal liberalism on the side of Brussels and Germany, and a growing skepticism among the continent’s peripheral countries.

    To us, it seems obvious which side ought to yield for the greater good. As Adam Garfinkle argued in his incredibly prescient piece from September of last year, sticking to the universal principles on the question of immigration is a suicidal gambit, and playing holier-than-thou with dissenters will only deepen divisions on the continent.

    http://www.the-american-interest.com/2016/08/26/orban-doubles-down-on-migrant-hard-line/

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  67. Cill says:

    In all the history of government and political leaders, has there ever been a bigger fool than Merkel?

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  68. Cill says:

    That was not just a rhetorical question. Has there ever been?

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  69. Yoda says:

    Frau Merlel believe her own propaganda she did.
    Fatal mistake this would be

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  70. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Cill,
    Until this migrant thing hit, Merkel’s administration was an unqualified success. I would have thought reuniting Germany would have been a disaster, taking decades to accomplish. It didn’t.
    Maybe she is going down the road of chasing after sunk costs. It well past time that people of reason would have abandoed this policy.

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  71. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    Considering how Eastern Europe feels about immigration, it would not surprise me if they dumped the EU and formed a new Warsaw Pact with Russia conspicuously absent.

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  72. Cill says:

    Frau Merlel believe her own propaganda she did.

    Foolishness as profound as Feminism that is.

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  73. molly says:

    Yoda-

    Hole in one!!*

    * Three! (Merkel is a female hehehe)
    (I get naughty in my old age)
    yisheebooboo YUP! on a Sunday morning..
    Nonsensical that is.
    Good mood Molly would be in.
    YO! lol
    ON MY BIKE
    VA-ROOM!!

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  74. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Molly! Burrito, burrito, burrito.

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  75. Cill says:

    VA-ROOM!! ™ molly.

    It is indeed a beautiful Sunday. Good day for fishing. Hard to believe we had gales on Friday. Memory tends to be short for such things.

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  76. molly says:

    Too fast to chat FB (both FB’s incl. F *DUBYA* B) heh.
    Speed muchness
    KA-ROAR!!
    lol

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  77. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Molly go VA-ROOM!
    Cill should go fishing. Molly may be over for dinner.

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  78. Cill says:

    Fuzzy at 9:12 pm
    While Merkel practices “progressive” politics, Vladimir Putin watches and waits.

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  79. Cill says:

    …on his horse

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  80. Cill says:

    I will go fishing with molly and Tom the Maori as crew. If I suddenly go missing from the blog, that’s why.

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  81. Yoda says:

    Perhaps ride horses shirtless with Vlad you will

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  82. Cill says:

    Feminists – get off the grass
    (well I guess they can’t if they haven’t discovered fire yet)

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  83. Cill says:

    Cooked vegetables led to humans having a smaller gut and the part of the brain that controlled it was freed up for other stuff – such as Feminism, eventually.

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  84. Cill says:

    If we don’t get out there now we’ll miss the best of the fishing.

    Cill out
    (for an indeterminate period)

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  85. Yoda says:

    Cooked vegetables led to humans having a smaller gut and the part of the brain that controlled it was freed up for other stuff – such as Feminism, eventually.

    Perhaps progressed humans have not

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  86. Update he’s responding to commands which is a very positive sign. It sounds like it could be weeks till they really know the full outcome but hoping for the best! Thanks to everyone for the positive thoughts! My daughter needs her dad!

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  87. Ame says:

    Bloom – thank you for the update. i will continue to pray. yes, she needs her Daddy.

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  88. Cill says:

    Bloom, if it’s any comfort, experts can work wonders with brain-damaged patients. I know a bloke who I swear is more intelligent post-treatment than he was pre-injury.

    I’m out on the ocean wave with some friends, fishing. Tom the Maori is laughing enough to set off a tidal wave, he’s pointing at Yoda’s pics on the post e.g.

    “Judging people by their race and sex is wrong. I wish you White Men would get that.”

    “Today’s special (from Bernie): Buy one beer for the price of two and receive a second beer ABSOLUTELY FREE!!”

    Bwaahaha

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  89. Yoda says:

    Fine sense of humor Tom the Maori has

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  90. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    It has been a while since I have linked a bear video. Here’s one about fishing and I want to make Tom the Maori jealous.

    No boat. No bait. No tackle. Just a bear standing in the right place.

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  91. I hope so Cill! He was near the best hospital in the area, so excellent care. He’s squeezing a hand on request now so that’s a good sign I am told.

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  92. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Bloom,
    I hope that his recovery is swift and complete. Keep us posted.

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  93. Stephanie says:

    Texans *are* a kind of supremacist lol – and yes, a lot of us are hoping to secede.

    Bloom that sucks about your ex 😦 praying for your daughter and family.

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  94. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Hrseman,
    I found this and wanted you to see it. Someone ihn the Great White North is tired of feminism owning state sponsored journalism.
    http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/newfoundland-labrador/telegram-journalist-harassment-1.3738023

    Stephanie and Ame,
    For nine very long years, Texas was on its own.

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  95. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I everyone out hunting wabbits with Elmer Fudd? It is wery qwiet here.

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  96. Ame says:

    we have a very cute bunny that lives in our shrubs! she will let us get pretty close to her … very cute 🙂

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  97. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Found this on AVfM. Could it be that feminists have made too many enemies?

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  98. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Ame.
    They make good neighbors, if you don’t mind they’re munching on flowers. No wild parties. No visits fron the police at three ‘clock in the morning.

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  99. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I don’t think that I want to be a taxi driver.

    How do they find people to put up with this?

    Ame,
    I have one living under one of my trees. They don’t make a whole lot of noise.

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  100. Farm Boy says:

    Fuzzie Bear,

    When one receives enormous power young, this can happen.

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  101. Yoda says:

    liberal journalist who has moderated forums hosted by the Clinton Global Initiative offered a brutal takedown of the organization on Friday, describing it as “creepy,” “disgusting” and “gross.”

    Adam Davidson, who hosts a show for NPR and has written for New York Magazine, also said during an appearance on Slate’s “Political Gabfest” podcast, that the Bill and Hillary Clinton-controlled group’s events are “all about buying access.”

    http://dailycaller.com/2016/08/26/clinton-global-initiative-moderator-describes-groups-events-as-creepy-disgusting-gross-audio/

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  102. Yoda says:

    Note that CNN liberal it is,

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  103. Yoda says:

    The University of Chicago welcomed its new freshmen to campus this week with a letter that was more like a warning shot.

    “You will discover that one of the University of Chicago’s defining characteristics is our commitment to freedom of inquiry and expression,” it read, later continuing: “We do not support so-called ‘trigger warnings,’ we do not cancel invited speakers because their topics might prove controversial, and we do not condone the creation of intellectual ‘safe spaces.'”

    http://www.vox.com/2015/9/10/9298577/trigger-warnings-college

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  104. Yoda says:

    Hopefully US more capable than the female ghostbusters they are

    “It’s like Ghostbusters, man. When there’s a problem anywhere else, call Ghostbusters. We’re Ghostbusters; so it makes sense that we are there to help them because it helps us.”—Joe Biden

    http://www.theatlantic.com/international/archive/2016/08/joe-biden-interview/497633/

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  105. Yoda says:

    Tingles with exotic men this was

    She says she spent thousands of pounds on her new beau after she fell for his stories that his family was penniless.

    All the while she spent hours filling in paperwork to secure him a temporary visa.

    Meanwhile, she also suffered the agony of a miscarriage and the disapproval of her family.

    Then suddenly Louise claims she discovered that her Caribbean Casanova had been cheating on her with two other women. She was left distraught, homeless and fearing bankruptcy.

    http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/dumped-fianc-jamaican-lover-fleeced-8577022

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  106. Yoda says:

    I have taken seven women’s studies classes; initially at a nondescript state university and later at a women’s college in Manhattan. After taking those classes, I realize that not only was I deluded, but I was led into an absurd intellectual alcove where objective truth is subordinate to academic theories used as political propaganda.

    Indeed, since knowledge itself is considered a patriarchal construct, feminist theories are the organizing principles of classes.

    http://quillette.com/2016/08/26/what-i-learned-in-my-womens-studies-classes/

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  107. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    “When one receives enormous power young, this can happen.”
    To give a taxi driver a ration of manure over a hula girl on his dashboard? She deserved to be left on the sidewalk.I remember that young “lady” in Florida who went off on the Uber driver.

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  108. Farm Boy says:

    Fuzzie Bear,

    They are young, they realize they have the power, why not use it?

    Other than morality.

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  109. Farm Boy says:

    There is a new post

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  110. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    There is no restraint on the abuse of it. Really, to make that much of a hula girl on his dashboard? He did well to leave her on the sidewalk.

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  111. Cautiously Pessimistic says:

    OT:
    VI. I saw that breaking the contract would lead to very bad things happening to both sides, assumed that enough people would see it too, and would want to avoid catastrophe.

    I have since updated my assumptions.

    Related: Those who don’t know history are doomed to repeat it. Those who know history are doomed to watch.

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