Trading Comments With a Rude Feminist

Last night, October 2, I was on another blog trading comments. A feminist joins in and starts getting insulting. Ignoring the insults, I continued to talk with her. After a comment, she took it private. What all the fuss was about was that she could not accept that the assortive mating model was dead. For those of us, sitting here, this has to be as plain as the nose on your face but she couldn’t accept it.

I think that feminism has a big problem with this. If they can be accused of killing assortive mating, they can be accused of disempowering women by reducing their options. At this point, with unrestrained hypergamy, which I also blame on them for liberating, it is beginning to look like the best women will find are short term relationships with men out of their league. So much for family formation as an option for women.

If women start seeing feminism as a negative to their advancement, they will have no compunction about dropping it like a hot potato. Feminism is weak on this point.

We may be at a crossroads. We really don’t know feminism’s intentions, although we can guess. While we are certain that they hate men, they may have no affection for women either.

Posted in Feminism, Hypergamy, Lies, SMP
118 comments on “Trading Comments With a Rude Feminist
  1. Farm Boy says:

    If women start seeing feminism as a negative to their advancement, they will have no compunction about dropping it like a hot potato.

    But there is a propaganda machine in place to make sure that this never happens

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  2. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    That anyone getting married would be news when seventy percent of 20-34 yearolds are never married. Without reading your link, knowing what we have learned about hypergamy and how feminism can influence studies, are we going to believe it?


  3. FNU MNU LNU says:


    Mating =\= Marriage.


  4. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I think that Feminism is in big trouble with women, who they claim to represent. Percentages of people who declare themselves to be feminist has dropped to eighteen percent in the US and only seven percent in the UK. While that holds true, what is also true is that ordinary women do not want to compromise any advantages thay have gained in the last forty years.

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  5. FNU MNU LNU says:

    Ugh, hit reply by accident. Even if marriages are down, a greater percentage of them may be assortative. And it may also be true for non-married couples as well.


  6. FNU MNU LNU says:

    “Here’s the truth: You want to have a career and kids? You totally can, but both will suffer.”

    ^^^ This is what they don’t understand ^^^

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  7. Yoda says:

    Why make kids suffer they do?

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  8. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    FNU and Yoda,
    It is said that children will pay the price for Mom’s ambition.

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  9. FNU MNU LNU says:

    They do. I’ve seen it. It’s sad. And the women just don’t understand what they are doing to their kids.

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  10. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    This may be one of the last comments of the evening, so I will leave a thought. I get the sense that feminists are on the defensive. They have to be past their peak. From here on in, as their numbers dwindle, only the more radical ones will be left. They will be ugly, on the inside and out.

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  11. Ame says:

    FML’s link:

    “…and I had a baby exactly one month ago. In that month, I have worked almost constantly and it has paid off: I have made enough money to pay all my family’s bills and keep my husband’s business afloat. I have produced quality work that I’m proud of. And not once have I mentioned to anyone that I just had a baby.”

    you just had a baby and didn’t tell anyone?! i…can’t…even…go…there.

    – – – – –

    “I took precisely one day off to have a baby.”

    SCREAM!!!!!!!!!! i know women who would stop their lives for that newborn. i would stop my life to take care of *your* newborn!

    – – – – –

    “Here’s what we tell women today: You not only can, but should have a career and children — because if you don’t, you’re basically a) lazy, b) weak, c) not a real woman.”


    – – – – –

    “We applaud companies for paying for female employees to freeze their eggs, but don’t push them to give women the space to have children during their actual child-bearing years and come back to work without losing their place in line.”

    why should anyone’s ‘place in line’ be held?

    – – – – –

    “In fact, I’ve had more women penalize me for having kids than men. And it’s only been other women who have called my parenting into question because I work.”

    (1) because women can.
    (2) b/c men can’t.
    (3) b/c men don’t care about your parenting. if you’re an employee, they care about the job.

    – – – – –

    “I do think, though, that we should cut it out with the fairy tales already. Stop telling women they can have everything without sacrificing anything.”

    ummm … that would be women who need to stop telling women they can have it all.

    – – – – –

    “Here’s the truth: You want to have a career and kids? You totally can, but both will suffer. You will never feel like you are devoting enough time to either. You will never feel like you are good enough at either.”


    “You will never get time off (at least for the first several years). You will always be choosing between things that need your attention, and you will almost never choose yourself. You will be judged for nearly every move you make and you will never measure up to anyone else’s expectations.”

    welcome to motherhood.

    – – – – –

    “If we’re going to embrace a new narrative for women, we need to change some social norms, too. We need to make it truly okay for women to opt out of having kids. We pretend it’s okay today, but if it were, all my child-less friends wouldn’t get asked about it all the damn time and I don’t really think I’d be reading so many essays defending the choice to — gasp! — be a woman and not have children. Seriously. There are so. many. essays.”

    i’m curious … how many of these are written by women? how many by men? i would guess most if not all are written by women. i would guess most of the questions come from women, not men.

    – – – – –

    “And don’t even get me started on the legions of women dealing with fertility issues and feeling like the choice has been taken from them completely, but still having to field questions about if and when they’re having kids. How about we just stop asking women about their personal reproductive choices, period? If they want you to know, you’ll know.”

    again … i’m guessing it’s the women asking, not the men.

    – – – – –

    “But, like, really okay where you can have your friends over for mimosas in the afternoon and lock those little animals in the backyard for an hour if you feel like it, because Jesus Christ spending all day with a small child is exhausting and infuriating and any sane human would need an hour off.”

    O.M.W. …….. i…can’t…even…

    – – – – –

    “It’s the price of not just allowing, but requiring, mothers to work. Which is what we do today. Working is not a luxury or a choice for the vast majority of mothers and we need to stop acting like it is.”

    the men aren’t making the women/mothers work; the women are.

    – – – – –

    “Because when you think about it, reflecting back on the first month of my son’s life and reveling in what a good job I’d done at covering up the fact that he exists is pretty fucking sad.”

    sad is mild … tragic is more on target.

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  12. Ame says:

    being a SAHM does not make one a better mom in and of itself. my mom was a sahm, and she sucked.

    but … SHEESH! PEOPLE!

    HAVING.A.BABY.IS.A.SACRIFICE. babies aren’t born giving. they are born needy; very needy.

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  13. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    “The men aren’t making the mothers work, the women are.”
    This I will take to be true. It leads to a question, how far does this go? How far is fmale peer shaming shaping society for the worse?


  14. Ame says:

    Fuzzie – i should note that is a general statement. i do know some husbands who require their wives to work whether they want to or not. however, in general … i see this as a female thing. women created it. women maintain it.

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  15. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I can see that. Peer pressure is powerful , no matter your age.


  16. Farm Boy says:

    In a sense there is assortive mating happening. College educated is marrying college educated. Non college educated is marrying non-college educated. Of course, this is a bit narrow of a criteria, but people use it because it is easily measurable.

    On the other hand, there is much more going on. Women have unleashed hypergamy, and this makes them seek out the top guys, be it in education, income or tingliness. When they fail to obtain the top guy that they expect and feel that they deserve, they more often than not settle. Of course they are usually just settling in their mind, In reality, as she is getting off the carousel and his value is increasing, it would not be settling from this perspective. Moreover, the guy is probably of reasonably high value (probably comparable to her at the time), but because he is not the top fella that she feels she deserves, in her mind he is very low (so not assortive).

    So from her perspective, it is not really assortive mating because she thinks she is settling. When in reality, with her decreasing and his increasing value, he is the one that is settling in the long run (though maybe he thinks that it is all even and thus assortive mating).

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  17. So that k guy, pretty expressive and flamboyant. Lots of smirking. P seemed regal and stoic and steady in comparison. IMHO.


  18. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Bloom, you lost me. Who are k and P?

    Farm Boy,
    The problem is that it is all about what she thinks. Reality has little to so with it. She may be making a great match but, if she feels she is settling, she is. And with that, the clock starts ticking to frivorce. Hypergamy is real and women are cutting their own throats with it. It also makes a mess of the concept of assortive mating, euqals pairing up.


  19. Yoda says:

    babies aren’t born giving. they are born needy; very needy.

    Need your boobs they do

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  20. Yoda says:

    Think that k = Kaine I do.
    Then P = Pence it would

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  21. Yoda says:

    you just had a baby and didn’t tell anyone?! i…can’t…even…go…there.

    Probably not a woman she is.
    A real women could keep her mouth shut not

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  22. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    After all this, you finally found something to say about boobs that was in line with their purpose. Babies like milk more than bears like honey, if that is possible.

    Yoda solved the riddle. I don’t watch broadcast television.

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  23. Ame says:

    aaand they did … a lot! 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

  24. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    They like milk more than kittens too.


  25. Yoda says:

    Milk boobs for all they’ve got I do

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  26. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Silly Yoda, that is what boobs are for. Milk for infants. When they can handle solid food, they can eat your soup and Mrs. Yoda’s sandwiches, gettng big and strong eating food of that kind.


  27. SFC Ton says:

    Never complain, never explain. You don’t win arugement with women, especially feminist, with facts.

    They will submit to your frame and agree the sun rises in the West and sets in the east, or they don’t submit to your frame and will argue 2+2=4 is oppressive manplaing.

    Epic failure, epic beta tell, and women will disregard the most observational facts from a beta frame based on nothing more then their inborn beta loathing.

    More on point, I don’t think assortive mating is completely dead. The value equations have changed, a lot, and rapidly, putting the squeeze on everyone bellow the median in SMP/ MMP value. To that you have to add people’s unwillingness to marry. Which would be a post all to itself, and largely redundant since it’s routinely discussed

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  28. SFC Ton says:

    Also, is there such thing as a polite feminist ?

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  29. Farm Boy says:

    Also, is there such thing as a polite feminist ?

    Are Feminists ever happy?

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  30. Yoda says:

    Why Feminists always unhappy they are?


  31. Yoda says:

    They will be disillusioned and lose confidence in our political system. Americans’ trust in and respect for our government is at a low ebb, and it could get significantly worse – a high price to pay for a Hillary presidency.

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  32. Yoda says:

    The world’s biggest beer festival has recorded its lowest turnout for 15 years amid heightened security fears, while at the same time experiencing an increase in reported sex crimes.

    The Oktoberfest in Munich, Germany had around 5.6 million visitors this year, down 300,000 since last year

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  33. Yoda says:

    A University of Tennessee student committed sexual harassment, according to his professor, because he wrote his lab instructor’s name incorrectly: he inadvertently wrote the name of a pornographic model instead.

    Liked by 2 people

  34. Yoda says:

    A persun he is

    Gender has emerged as a key question in the 2016 presidential race, as Tim Kaine eschewed gendered language tonight to promise that he will be Hillary Clinton’s “right-hand person,” as opposed to right-hand man.


  35. Yoda says:

    First they came for the Communists, and I didn’t speak out because I wasn’t a Communist. Then they came for the Social Democrats, and I didn’t speak out because I wasn’t a Social Democrat. And then they realized that all their problems had pretty much been solved, so they stopped coming for people.

    -Slavic Nationalist

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  36. mgtowhorseman says:

    It all boils down to

    Take a realistic look at all the tradeoffs. Everything is good and bad in equal measure. Reward and pain.
    Career and childless
    Parent and worker bee
    Neither (free) but alone and poor
    Party early but wear tbe scars in age
    Work early but live with what ifs.


    or is that too simple and accountable for most.

    oh and almost forgot

    Mmmm pie and fat or
    Gym hurts and abs.

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  37. SFC Ton says:

    Are women ever happy? I mean besides when they have a jizz box full of alpha baby batter


  38. Yoda says:

    Speaking of “rude”,

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  39. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    To those who have doubts about assortive mating being dead, how can it exist when hypergamy is unrestrained? When women on OkCupid see eighty percent of men as below average based only on his picture? When men on Tinder have to swipe right eighteen times as much to be accepted to the same degree that women acept men? This is out of control and it is complete bullshit. Could this be part of the reason that Helen Smith wrote her book “Men on Strike” in 2014?

    As for polite feminists, how about Christian Hoff Sommers or Camille Paglia? Any way, being a feminist is not a bar to being polite.

    As for arguing with feminists, you can’t always let people who are full of themselves win every argument.

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  40. Looks like the polls agree that P won.

    I hope people wake up, I really do. We need to do things different, and now, if there is any hope of turning the ship.

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  41. I have been a lifelong D voter until the past few years. I am a white, college educated woman. I see T more as an I than an R. We need an independent, someone outside the entrenched greased skids, deal making, special interest sell outs that are thick on both sides.

    What T has accomplished is really quite astounding. All of DC could not stop him. And both sides were doing their best. That’s an amazing achievement, and a testimony thT the American Dream is not dead. Anything is possible. May he reawaken that in our nation.

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  42. I had s similar reaction to K’s body language and mannerisms. Guess I wasn’t the only one…


  43. Fuzzie I don’t watch broadcast news either but the debate was streamed live online. I am going to watch them all this year. I think it is good for my kids to see mommy thinks this is important.

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  44. Spawny Get says:

    Bloom’s link to Heartiste leads to this image

    First time I’ve seen the cunt guy. My initial reaction? Vote for the other guy/gal…any other guy or gal.

    Here’s the EU equivalent

    Famously given an epic verbal kicking by El Nige



  45. Spawny Get says:

    Nige being, officially, the leader of UKIP AGAIN. The woman elected leaderess lasted 18 days before caving. I liked her, she was the best of the bunch, but…not up to it. Hopefully Woolfe gets it this time (he was fucked over last time and couldn’t run). Not sure what he’s like, but he upsets the right people.

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  46. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I had a thought to younger women and assortive mating. They will naturally see it as working if they are satisfied, along with their hypergamy. They are finding men they they like, therefore, it works. For the guys that at are 7/10 or less, they will see it as a failure. However, what it takes to maintain the facade of assortive mating for women is insupportable. Here is one of Dalrock’s best posts on the sexual marketplace.


  47. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Something terrible happenedd to Democrats in the wake of Bill Clinton’s 1996 reelection. What carried him into office were votes from single women, most of them aligned with feminism. The Democratic Party has given them everything they have asked for since and expense be damned.
    I didn’t reall understand it until this election.
    As for Trump. He is a political outsider.That is good for his impartiality but, it will be a hindreane should he takes office and needs the cooperation of politicians.

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  48. Yoda says:

    For Feminists “Perception reality it would be”.
    Poor way to run a life it is

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  49. FNU MNU LNU says:



  50. RichardP says:

    “And not once have I mentioned to anyone that I just had a baby.”

    Is that the same as saying “no one knew I was pregnant”?

    Folk’s notice when someone is pregnant. Unless they can’t.

    Either she’s pulling someone’s leg, or she’s a very stocky woman. Given that folks notice when someone is pregnant, there are only two possibilities here.

    1. No one noticed that she was pregnant, or
    2. She looks like she is still pregnant.

    For either one to be true, she must be at least as heavy as a pregnant woman at her peak heaviness.

    It is admirable that she is helping support her husband’s agenda (his own business) by working. But that raises the question of why she allowed herself to become pregnant in the first place. Getting pregnant when you know you can’t dare put your child first is a selfish choice, if it was indeed a choice.

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  51. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    “Perception, reality it would be.”
    It sounds like a ticket to the funny farm.


  52. Spawny Get says:

    Heard this? Not heard the information elsewhere, if true I can’t see why it isn’t everywhere (outside of corrupt media organisations…wait! What?)

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  53. SFC Ton says:

    The terrible thing that happened to the Democratic National party happened way before clinton

    Assortive mating; my daughter was on a nationally ranked college volleyball team, her husband played college volleyball. Her husband speaks a second language, my daughter has two, plus American Sign. My daughter is extremely fit, her husband is extremely fit. Both come from families of divorce.

    I gave the bride away a few months back. He was better looking, reformed bad boy etc, she is a good girl who will inherit her grandfather’s business. Kind of role reversals but his Frame and Game is matched by her temperament and wealth

    Friend of mine remarried. Both had one previous marriage, each had adult kids, he makes a tad bit more money but she manages her money better

    These things still happen. Assortive mating is clearly on the ropes but it’s still alive. I reckon it will remain so for the upper 1/3, probably never did for the bottom 1/3. As always it’s the middle which gets the squeeze


  54. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Feminism was not an issue in 1860.
    Ever since I learned about hypergamy, I see it as incompatible with assortive mating. The only way modern women will marry is if their hypergamy is satisfied, so we are back to the tournament social model. WShat you may be seeing a high echelon people choosing each other. That is part and parcel of the tournament socila model. It will look like assortive at the top.

    I am really mad at the Democrats for selling out to feminists. Back in 2008, when there were all these shovel ready projects that were needed for infrastructure. Obama diverted a large part of that to feminist academics. Had it gone to the shovel ready projects, working families would have benefitted. What the feminists did with the money could have not aided the economy in the least.

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  55. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    If inappropriate things were done with TARP money, it may be too late to prosecute. The Statute of Limitations normally is seven years. This would go back to 2008.

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  56. Remember all those shovel ready projects? Egads… All talk.

    Fuzzie it’s important to remember hypergamy has always been part of woman’s program. So even in 1860, if she could, she would. There have been times where it was less possible to act on it, but there has never been a “golden age” without it, feminists didnt start hypergamy, they just made it more possible while at the same time not revealing that everything has a cost. Even “winning” at hypergamy has a cost, usually lots of insecurity and instability knowing he’s above her league, deep down…

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  57. Yoda says:

    “Cinderella” about winning at hypergamy it is.
    Though virtuous Cinderella was made to camouflage it it was.
    Evil stepsisters very hypergamous they were

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  58. Also the genders have always had different agendas, and conflicting ones. It’s when either side has too much advantage that the pendulum swings the other way, which would predict men will again have the ball here shortly…

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  59. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    While hypergamy has always ben there. There have been checks on it, One of the most powerful is the idea of a limited dating pool. With the advent of internet dating, women have their 471 point checklist and it has goten beyond ridiculous. When five foot three girls are demanding six foot tall men making lots of money, it’s not even silly anymore. Any man who wants to retain a shred of self respect should walk away.

    Which remids me of Cill and Choicy. While they have eliminated all the betas, they are driving off the alphas too.

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  60. Yoda says:

    Think about this you should

    I like having a very direct and very powerful impact on worker safety and health. If you put out a reg, it matters. I think that’s really where the thrill comes from. And it is a thrill; it’s a high… I love it; I absolutely love it. I was born to regulate. I don’t know why, but that’s very true. So as long as I’m regulating, I’m happy.

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  61. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Hypergamy in reverse. Thsi guy stated conditions on his Plenty of Fish profile. Now, his profile is deleted.

    I think his conditions were under thirty and not fat. He is good looking and they are not unreasonable.

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  62. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda, I think you found a petty tyrant in the making.


  63. Yoda says:

    “The suspect pulled out a knife and attacked a policeman, and hurt him in the stomach and leg,” he told CNN. “The policeman then pulled out his pistol and shot the suspect in the leg.”

    Racine said the suspect then shouted something in what he believed was Arabic.

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  64. Farm Boy says:

    Remember all those shovel ready projects?

    Are you referring to Hillary?

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  65. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    After going through all that, it would be ironic if the assailant got the death penalty. But, seriously, it is good they got one of these guys alive. Perhaps, he will led them to more.


  66. Farm Boy says:

    An 11-year-old girl was arrested at school last week after police say she brought a knife with her to protect herself from clowns.


  67. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    I don’t think that Hillary would put much stock in shovels or the work that can be done with them.


  68. Farm Boy says:

    “I know Tim Kaine. Tim Kaine cares only about Tim Kaine.”

    She claimed that Kaine had been “trying to become the president” since even before he was on the city council.

    “He really doesn’t care about people at all,” the woman charged. “He will do whatever it takes. I’m reminded of the Manchurian Candidate and Mrs. Clinton’s health issues.”

    She declared that if Kaine ever becomes president, “we won’t have a country. This guy is crazy.”

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  69. Farm Boy says:

    But is Hillary “shovel ready”?

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  70. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    Hillary is not quite “shovel ready”. But she is close to the “I’ve fallen and I can’t get up.” stage.

    Frank Sinatra kept ” The Manchurian Candidate” in the can and on a shelf till the middle 80s after JFK’s death. This is getting too spooky.

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  71. Farm Boy says:

    Planted child actress

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  72. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    I can’t believe the contempt that it takes to put on a dog and pony show like that and expect people to accept it. It’s embarrassing.

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  73. SFC Ton says:

    5 ft 3 girls have always wanted 6 ft tall men with money
    Internet dating didn’t create that want

    Economic options, social conditions and technology now allow women to be insanely picky in ways they couldn’t afford to be in ye olden days.

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  74. SFC Ton says:

    Lol loved that Scottish dude

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  75. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    At one time, you did state an interest in following statistics on grey divorce. The first two or three paragraphs give stats and the balance gives details on operating a houseshare for 50+ women. This is the future.

    The tldr, one in three baby boomers is single and the rate should only go up. Most of these women are not going to find husbands, even if they look. They will be living in houseshares for the rest of their lives.

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  76. SFC Ton says:

    An 11 year old should not have to bring a knife to school for protection
    Her parents should be ashamed of themselves
    She’s 11! 3 years pass the age to teach her how to use a gun.

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  77. SFC Ton says:

    LOL @ fallen and can’t get up


  78. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    For Ton, a blast for the past.


  79. Yoda says:

    Clown update

    Real clowns are sick and tired of creepy clowns stealing all their publicity and ruining the squeaky clean image that is supposed to go along with the clowning profession — and at least one group has now declared that “Clown Lives Matter.”

    Next week, clowns in Tuscon, Ariz., will march en masse down Tuscon’s 4th avenue in protests of the anti-clown sentiment that’s sweeping the nation.

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  80. Spawny Get says:

    Probably the best option to be the next UKIP leader

    Had a couple of fits and is hospital with a brain bleed. There was an earlier punch-up with another UKIP MEP, it seems.

    UKIP is fucked.


  81. Spawny Get says:

    I am now told by a senior UKIP source that @Steven_Woolfe condition in a Strasbourg hospital “is life threatening”


  82. Yoda says:

    So sad,

    Deep-pocketed suitors are reportedly dropping their bids for Twitter — a blow that could deal a hefty hit to the social media company’s shares, analysts said Thursday.

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  83. Yoda says:

    They have millions of online fans and are the source of ravenous curiosity from some of the stranger corners of the Internet. These are the living dolls — women, mostly from the former Soviet Union, who bear an uncanny resemblance to the inanimate dolls of your childhood. But they are living, breathing women. They are passionately committed to maintaining their doll-like appearances and living very public lives online.


  84. FNU MNU LNU says:

    But don’t you understand? Only women are allowed to be choosy ! lol

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  85. Spawny Get says:

    This will not please Labour MPs – most of their voters back the government’s plans to force companies to report how many foreign workers they employ. In fact 59% of the population is in favour, even LibDem voters are in favour. This is the backlash from the years of uncontrolled immigration…

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  86. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    I hope tht he can bounce back.
    On that issue, you would think that ZLabour would be all over it like white on rice. They have turned their backs on their constituents.

    Looking at that bar graph, I would say the economy is deep trouble and it looks like no one cares.

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  87. Spawny Get says:

    Woolfe is said to be recovering well.

    Laba is busy starting the bloodletting after Corbyn’s re-election. The Chief Whip has been sacked. Maybe they saw the UKIP news cycle would give ’em cover.

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  88. Yoda says:

    Vegitation in Europe blue it is?


  89. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    “Clown Lives Matter”? Wait till Black Lives matter catches up with them. It won’t be funny.

    Big investors shying away from Twitter? I would too. They shouldn’t have picked on Milo.

    Spawny Get,
    I get the sinking feeling that Black Pidgeon Speaks is not exaggerating.
    Worldwide, two percent owns fifty percehnt of all that has value but , in the US is one percent owning ninety? That may be worse than in the gilded age.

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  90. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Completely off topic. q new Janice Fiamengo video. She mosdestly proposes to make all higher education sexually segregated and points out that this would play havoc with feminism’s power base and give men a good shot a better education.


  91. Spawny Get says:

    I’d segregate for most subjects from before puberty. Few female teachers of boys beyond 8, say? Before puberty anyway. Research shows that women teachers find it hard to deny their biases towards gurlz, so time to keep their biased selves away from boys.

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  92. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    Getting the boys away from female teachers should be a priority. While I don’t think that Janice meant for this concept to be take literally, it does give us something to talk about and if it were implemented, the fembots would scream because they wouldn’t have the men and boys to torture anymore.

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  93. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I don’t fully agree with Captian Capitalism on this one but, he makes a good argument for the source of unrestrained hypergamy. It is that men have to compete against the government providing women a better than average lifestyle that most real men can’t. Also, the government won’t say “boo” to them for riding the carousel.

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  94. mgtowhorseman says:

    I love Cappy. Calls it as it is.

    and I been saying for a while the first wave of aged out feminists is just starting to hit 50 the age of the cliff.
    Wall makes you unattractive but a lucky matron can still find a companion. The cliff makes you unseen and a crone never finds a mate.

    So what do you call a group of former cougars living, bitching, wineing and whining together? A pack, a herd, a hopeless?

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  95. mgtowhorseman says:

    30 is the new teenager.

    40 is the new frivorce 30.

    50 and above is



  96. mgtowhorseman says:

    p.s. I am 53.
    But I am a guy.
    Im 6-1
    I make 100,000plus.
    My mortgage is less than 50,000 so 4/5 of my income is disposable.

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  97. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    How about calling them a “gaggle”? If that is the future for single women, they are going to howl!


  98. Spawny Get says:

    Labour conference last week. Conservative one this week.

    Today’s byelection result?
    Headland & Harbour (Hartlepool) result:
    UKIP: 49.2% (+49.2)
    LAB: 25.3% (-17.7)
    PHF: 15.4% (-20.3)
    CON: 4.1% (-14.0)

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  99. Yoda says:

    A new post there is


  100. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    That is one percentage point away from a simple majority. Wow! People must be tired of the same old stuff. That is unbelievable for a party that won only one seat in the last election.

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  101. FNU MNU LNU says:

    F’n A! Mine started at 6 y/o 👍


  102. SFC Ton says:

    You know Fuzzie that comerical and people making fun of it always kind of disturbed me but maybe that’s why I found it funny when applied to the hildabeast

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  103. SFC Ton says:

    Unrestricted hypergammy exists because there is no physical, soical or economic incentive for women to settle

    Cops etc protect them so they don’t need that

    A guy can be hired to repair their car or shitter and besides how many men know how to change a set of breaks or rebuild the porcelain throne?

    Work is no longer nearly as physically demanding so women have entered the work place. Don’t need a beta draft horse quite as bad as they use too, and yes the government hand outs effect this

    And there is no real social pressure for women to many, crank out kids etc. In fact they are pressured not to fulfill these biological imperatives

    Things like social trends rarely have just one root cause

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  104. SFC Ton says:

    Should we call them a pack, herd or gaggle?

    Why call them anything? Surely there are better lookingz/ more bangable options then ageing cougars

    You really want to hurt a woman? Don’t acknowledge them, especially regarding their sensuality. Hurts them more then a man can understand


  105. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    The “I’ve fallen and I can’t get up” woman had the the most obnoxious voice. That’s what drove me nuts about her. On late night TV that commercial played every fifteen minutes. That she legitimately needed help never bothered me.

    As for hypergamy, that the government gives them a glass floor that amounts to a middle class living and there are lots of make work jobs for them, must make men a hard sell.


  106. SFC Ton says:

    Legit bear, the government is part of the problem. Saw that everyday when I loved back in the among the diversity. Every family there are getting some sort of gimmiedats

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  107. FNU MNU LNU says:

    Feeding babies are their SECONDARY purpose.

    Their primary purpose is to be played with by grown men, as a prelude to making babies!


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  108. BuenaVista says:

    “Trading Commments with a Rude Feminist”:

    Where are the comments? Or did you just make this up?


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