End Women’s Suffrage?

We don’t women to suffer, do we? Here are some ideas on topic. First from HappyHouseWifey,

First of all, NAWALT. But I think the main thing in politics is that it deals with large scale decisions. And that is why policy should be based on generalities and averages, providing as much wiggle room for individuals as possible, but keeping the general good first and foremost in mind. That is why sometimes, human lives are sacrificed, for the greater purpose. On a micro level I think sexism is wrong, you treat people based on the individual they are and the individual YOU are. In politics, you can’t afford to do that. You have to look at the bigger picture. 

Because of this anti discrimination extremism that is currently going on, little blonde toddlers are being searched and bearded foreigners let through when they fear terrorism. It’s ridiculous – look at the odds. But they want to keep up a show of Gutmenschness at the expense of security. 

Similar problem with women voting. Women as a group are muuuuch more submissive and have this herd-think. That makes them very sensitive to propaganda. They are too easily led, too easily ruled – they long for it. Much more so than I think even red pill men realise. And more so when it cannot be admitted, in a feminist climate. They will look to be controlled and dominated by ideals or government instead. They need a certain amount of oppression, as it were. And I know how harsh that sounds. 

I believe government should fear the people, and for that to be the case, the people should not meekly follow popular political thought. Male common sense and stubborn hard-headedness (NAMALT, but large scale) are a better way of keeping things in check. 

I don’t think it a personal sacrifice if I don’t get the vote. The men in my life vote based on the common good, not just male interests. They wouldn’t start trying to make womens lives miserable. And I’ve been letting my husband decide my vote for years anyway. 

What people tend to forget, is that the derogatory “keep her barefoot and pregnant” used to be the answer to “how to make women happy”. The barefoot thing referred to her not having to leave the house. 

I am very pro-women and pro womens happiness. Look at depression rates, prozac (ab)use. Women are miserable. It’s because they are made to deny themselves. Their true power is taken away because everything is judged by masculine values. 

And disclaimer: NO I don’t think muslims get it right, they actually mistreat their women. But that’s another story.

Here is what commenter Horseman had to say,

Voting and leading together are at heart about deciding the long term good for the society.
Food, shelter, defense, stability.
It is looking at the overall good ahead of self, party, philosophy, worldview.
Then practicality. View the world, actions, outcomes as they are.
Predict realistically and choose accordingly.

This requires rationality tempered with empathy and will to carry it through.

E.g. Any nation requires military snd that means some of your best citizens die for you. When do you deploy them? In defense of actual attack obviously. But if your neighbors are allies (like the u.s.) then never? No. For expansion for resources or defense of allies? Yes. What resources? What allies? Logically Trump is right on the resource issue. U.S.Canada have oil. Why police the middle east? But allies in the area? World stability?
Politically Russia is expansionist and still authoritarian. Politically they should be checked. Again worth lives? Or let Europe fend for itself?

Just one example. Norfolk and Miami will be underwaster by 2050. Start relocation now? Build seawalls at billions? Any action panic the population but these are decade long projects. When to act?

These are just simple examples from a lay farmer. I cant imagine the real complexities.

To rule requires one to have in their blood a desire to do for and protect the People. First. Full stop. So self serving or emotional kneejerk actions are the enemy. Ones actions must speak for the commitment and that passion. Deeds not words.

For me Mike Rowe or Elon Munk for leader. Trump a close second. And Paul Martin up here.

Same to elect a leader i think only those willing or who have shown they will serve the people dhould vote. I like Heinliens idea in troopers. Only military or civil corps (engineers, miners, rescue services, etc not public office drones) who have really risked forThe People should vote.

I also like the idea of those bred to serve…winter is coming but monarchies always get a loon in the woodpile unfortunately.

What to do?

Posted in Feminism, Fun, Politics
150 comments on “End Women’s Suffrage?
  1. Yoda says:

    The chick in the YouTube looks like a doll she does

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  2. Yoda says:

    We don’t women to suffer, do we?

    We want society to suffer not

    Liked by 2 people

  3. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    First off, from the video, what were all these university students doing during high school? Sleeping? That they would sign signal a level of naivete undeserving of any responsibility.

    As for taking back the vote from women, it’s impractical. They constitute the majority of voters.

    It was youtuber TFM who observed that every country that gave women the right to vote soon had welfare. Judgybitch said, probably mistakenly, that once there was voting for women soon after there was lifetime alimony and prohibition and men could not even cry in their beer.

    There was a surprise with the last election in that 53%of white women did not vote for Hillary. Hillary must have presumed that she had the women’s vote locked up.

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  4. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yes, the doe eyed long haired brunette was good looking but, she is a bullshitter.


  5. Yoda says:

    Yes, the doe eyed long haired brunette was good looking but, she is a bullshitter.

    Skin looks like plastic it does


  6. Yoda says:

    Love how not afraid to speak the truth he is

    U.S. President-elect Donald Trump tweeted on Sunday that besides winning the Electoral College “in a landslide” in the Nov. 8 election: “I won the popular vote if you deduct the millions of people who voted illegally.”


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  7. SFC Ton says:

    Voting is an exercise in violence by proxy. Instead of killing each other you do a head count, then use force on the losers if they don’t comply.

    No sane people give women that sort of power.

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  8. SFC Ton says:

    53% of White women voted for Trump
    Team Tingles beat out Team Woman
    Tingles always win out

    Liked by 1 person

  9. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I don’t think it was tingles as much as Hillary was a terrible candidate.


  10. Yoda says:

    Trump gives me tingles he does.
    In a good way this would be

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  11. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I would rather have cookies.

    Liked by 3 people

  12. Ame says:

    voting, power, sanity, tingles, and cookies.

    yep … no place like (Spawny’s) home 🙂

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  13. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Cookies are important.

    Liked by 2 people

  14. Yoda says:

    Hamill told the Daily Beast that it is “tempting” to leave the country in the wake of Trump’s victory, as numerous other celebrities have threatened to do.


    No room on Degoba for him there is

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  15. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Keeps bang his head on your ceiling he does.
    Did not know this about Master Luke.
    A good thing Darth Vader killed the Emperor it is.

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  16. Yoda says:

    As Edward Foley, an expert in election law at Moritz College of Law at Ohio State University, pointed out to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, electors from around the country have to meet by December 19th to cast their electoral college votes. To the extent recounts in WI, MI and PA have not been completed by that time, which experts assign a high probability that they will not, there is a chance that the electoral votes from those three states wouldn’t be counted leaving neither candidate with the required electoral votes to win the presidency (electoral count would be Trump 260 versus Hillary 232).

    If the electoral college process fails to select a President then the election would be left in the hands of Congress to decide. Given that the Senate and House are both controlled by Republicans, in theory they would then choose Trump/Pence, though in this election cycle nothing is a certainty. Moreover, even if Trump/Pence are chosen, the whole process of being appointed by Congress, combined with a loss of the popular vote, would then cast a dark shadow over their administration.


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  17. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    If Michigan has already concluded their recount then Wisconsin and Pennsylvania can’t be too far behind. I hope this doesn’t go any further.

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  18. Spawny Get says:

    Moreover, even if Trump/Pence are chosen, the whole process of being appointed by Congress, combined with a loss of the popular vote, would then cast a dark shadow over their administration.

    But giving it to illary via process of corruption wouldn’t? Give me strength.

    We have the same desperate attempt to reverse the Referendum here. I don’t know if it’ll work, I don’t know what happens if it does because who knows how many people feel as strongly about it as those online? We won the referendum, there’s a sizeable majority in a poll saying ‘no 2nd referendum’ and last I heard more remainers regretted their vote than brexiteers did (so a rerun should be a strojnger OUT).

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  19. Ame says:

    cookies? cake? or pie?

    with ice cream?

    or without ice cream?

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  20. Spawny Get says:


    Theresa May is facing the prospect of another legal battle over whether the government has the power to take Britain out of the single market when it leaves the European Union.

    British Influence, a pro-EU thinktank, has said it will launch a judicial review into No 10’s assumption that membership of the European Economic Area (EEA) automatically ends after Brexit.

    Tory MPs have attacked what they describe as a “legal wheeze” to “frustrate the will” of the British people.


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  21. Spawny Get says:

    Regarding UKIP

    But what if the new force in question were not a centrist alliance of Blairites and Tory Remainers but a movement of the populist right? Which is to say, what if Ukip were not facing slow death but a vigorous rebirth?

    In June, Arron Banks, Ukip’s most generous donor, speculated that it was time to contemplate “a brand new party”. The existing organisation, he continued, “grew so rapidly it had problems with personnel and all sorts of issuesand I believe that could be better tackled with a new party”.

    In the wake of Trump’s victory, I hear fresh whispers that such a blueprint is under consideration by those plotting the future of the radical right. The old, Farage-led Ukip might be to the new model what the Tea party was to the Trump campaign.

    Arron Banks being one of the UKIP crowd that met Trump. There’s talk of standing candidates against the 200 ‘worst’ MPs in the next General Election. A GE that legal challenges to the referendum could well be hastening.

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  22. Spawny Get says:

    Hard to fault the logic of Friend Lefty

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  23. Spawny Get says:

    Fuck this shit, fuck these products

    Liked by 2 people

  24. SFC Ton says:

    If Trump’s cabinet is a who who’s of despicable people why isn’t The Ton given a post?

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  25. SFC Ton says:

    Not sure who congressional appointment would cast a dark shadow on a Trump administration since it would be legal and in accordance with the law


  26. happyhousewifey says:

    Spawny, you really take offense at those commercials? I know many men who claim they do no womans chores because they are ‘unable’ and many who assume any smile their way means a woman wants them badddd, and then proceed to do careless things. There was a bit of nasty violence, but for the most, I think they weren’t anti men. How was the one with the holiday lights anti male? It just stated things malfunction sometimes, it wasn’t the man doing anything wrong. The one with the evolved man was just as much ridiculing a womans unreasonable demands as mens refusal to meet them. The one with the man with the new chair when he was supposed to get internet also shows her in a negative light (instead of yay thanks for all this new stuff, she complains).

    I’m all for respecting men, but commercials like that really don’t offend me (or my husband, for that matter). I don’t see the issue.

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  27. SFC Ton says:

    Imagine the outcry if it was back dudes or women fucking up everything and a White guy acting superior to them

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  28. Spawny Get says:

    Those commercials are useful in making men realise that in the main, women hate them. They are a solution to chivalry in video form. Too many men fail to realise that women as a herd are at war with them and have little to no empathy for men, except maybe their man and their boys…maybe.

    They don’t insult me, they stiffen my resolve to just walk on by the next cunt-in-need. And that is not all women, but I have absolutely met women who think they deserve me as some kind of unpaid fucking butler. When I told the last bitch to fuck off I got the ire of a female neighbour. All credit to her (eventually) some months later she realised what I had said was correct…and she apologised to my face.

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  29. Spawny Get says:

    For those trickier people due a present

    a tortoise warmer

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  30. Spawny Get says:

    Regarding butlers, I haven’t read this one for a good while, but I remember it fondly


  31. Spawny Get says:

    TBH I didn’t watch beyond the first few adverts, I’ve seen too many. The innate hypocrisy of women badmouthing men when they’d be helpless without them just stinks. It annoys me and I don’t need that annoyance in my life because I consider myself a MGTOW – I’ve learnt that lesson already.

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  32. Spawny Get says:

    Those commercials come across as a bratty little sister who won’t leave their big brother alone when he has better things to do. No good comes of that.

    Liked by 3 people

  33. Spawny Get says:

    Are women as a sex the borderline herd? (NAWALT)

    Liked by 2 people

  34. SFC Ton says:

    I can neverify finish anything from a voice for men.


  35. SFC Ton says:

    He is a much better speaker

    Liked by 1 person

  36. Spawny Get says:

    I wish that the original (real) joke being told was as funny as this story

    Liked by 1 person

  37. Spawny Get says:

    That wasn’t an Elam article, but yeah it takes too long to make a quite basic (but accurate and good) point. I liked his (Elam’s) older audio stuff on man-bomb and bitch-machine a great deal.

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  38. Spawny Get says:

    I very seldom go to AVFM. And many of the spin-offs make very inferior drunken-peasant level chat shows on youtube, I have better things to spend my time listening to than multiple talking mediocre rubbish all over each other. Particularly when I know that many of them can make much better material separately.

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  39. Yoda says:

    “If Cuba is unwilling to make a better deal for the Cuban people, the Cuban/American people and the U.S. as a whole, I will terminate deal,” Trump wrote on Twitter on Monday.



  40. Yoda says:

    “The University of Arizona Women’s Resource Center has cancelled a ‘Walk A Mile In Her Shoes’ march by one of the university fraternities because it thought the event to raise awareness about rape was ‘sarcastic’, ‘homophobic, transphobic, and sexist.’”


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  41. Spawny Get says:

    Episode two was quite Tonnish, much fun

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  42. SFC Ton says:

    inferior drunken-peasant level…. seems like the place for me

    Liked by 2 people

  43. SFC Ton says:

    Tonnish? Cool now i’m and adverb and not just a verb

    Liked by 3 people

  44. Spawny Get says:

    if you lack amazon prime, perhaps this will suffice. The full thing, it seems


  45. BuenaVista says:

    Adjective, pal.

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  46. BuenaVista says:

    Adverb: “He shot him with the .338 *tonnishly*.

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  47. Yoda says:

    So sad this is

    It was bound to happen sooner or later.

    Ever since his election as Canada’s prime minister last October, Justin Trudeau has revelled in global tributes, raves and swoons. He’s the Disney prince with the trippy dance moves, the groovy Haida tattoo and the gender-balanced cabinet. He’s the last best hope for globalization, the star attraction at the Pride Parades, the hero of the Paris Climate Summit, the guy everyone wants a selfie with.

    Trudeau made himself synonymous with Canada. He made Canada cool again. It was fun while it lasted.

    By the early hours of Saturday morning, Havana time, Trudeau was an international laughing stock. Canada’s “brand,” so carefully constructed in Vogue photo essays and Economist magazine cover features, seemed to suddenly implode into a bonspiel of the vanities, with humiliating headlines


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  48. BuenaVista says:

    I got through the first 20 seconds of the mgtow video, and the men were incompetent humorous goons dropping all the furniture. While the helpful wife sat calmly watching. My sympathy, HHW, if your husband views that video with amusement.

    When I was 23 was a playwright and editor in Manhattan, while living in 150 s.f. with my wife (bathtub in the kitchen, etc.). So what I really did, I moved furniture in Manhattan. There are five-floor walk-ups in Manhattan. People have pianos. Also books. With books, one has to be *tonnish*, and carry 50 pound book boxes *tonnishly.* The way that is done is to take a 3″ wide cloth strap and wrap it around a stack of book boxes, then haul them up on one’s back. The usual unload lasted 2-3 hours, more if there were a piano or too many sofas.. The most (bookboxes) I could carry was four, which is not very *tonnish* — 200 pounds, but I only weighed 170 then — but *tonnishly* I did not mind the nods of respect from the drunks, drug addicts, and ex-cons I worked with. They maxed out at 3, but of course they might have had a can of Colt .45 in one hand. I had a college boy’s grip, and needed both of them for the strap.

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  49. BuenaVista says:

    I will say, if you want to understand the condition of a marriage, be a household mover. Show up at 8, and if both spouses are present, by noon you’ll know all you need to know about their future. Well, unless you prefer to hang out on the truck and drink Colt .45..

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  50. SFC Ton says:

    LOL awesome BV. Fuck man that’s the most i’ve laughed in days. Thank you

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  51. SFC Ton says:

    You are a rare bird BV. Tough as fucking nails and smarter then a sack full of jews.

    Much respect my friend

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  52. Spawny Get says:

    What Tonnish monster have I unleashed on the world? BV has it down pat and is running with it.

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  53. Spawny Get says:

    The episode is fun because they kind of mix a sci-fi film with comedy (and a far distant third; cars). They go to a special forces exercise town.


  54. happyhousewifey says:

    In the movers commercial, the girl ruined the mens moving work by making them one-handed with the drink and sat around doing nothing. That IMO only made the woman look bad.
    If you’ve done lots of moving work I’ll take your word for it that you can do it one-handed, but that never crossed my mind watching the video. I just thought ‘stupid woman’.
    My husband didn’t particularly enjoy it, but didn’t see any anti-male message in it, either.

    I’m not saying women as a group are good to men, but I do think these videos were a terrible example of it. I once saw one with those Kardashian women being outright abusive and one where the standard nuclear family was described by a kid as having the stereotypical clumsy dad, as if all dads are clumsy. That I found offensive. But the one posted above… nah.

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  55. happyhousewifey says:

    Okay, women are borderliners, but then MGTOW are schizoid:

    “Schizoid personality disorder
    You may:
    be uninterested in forming close relationships with other people, including your family
    feel that relationships interfere with your freedom and tend to cause problems
    prefer to be alone with your own thoughts
    choose to live your life without interference from others
    get little pleasure from life
    have little interest in sex or intimacy
    be emotionally cold towards others”

    (I actually think you cannot consider that a disorder, because being a hermit is harmless)

    I think women get borderline tendencies when they are unstable and men get antisocial tendencies when unstable, but women are unstable a lot more.


  56. SFC Ton says:

    Don’t much care for the show but they seem like good guys to drink with

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  57. BuenaVista says:

    Baby, the men are morons in the commercial. The wife is mature and amused. Some of us turn off these videos even faster than we do the Furry Guy’s Scarlett masturbatory fantasies.

    Speaking of moving, shall I tell you about the time my crew got a $100 tip on a $1500 job? Irish Tom, who could have thrown me out a window with one hand, said,

    “Thanks!” He walked over to the stove (“Tonnishly”) and set it on fire (very (Tonnish”). We didn’t get any tip, because it wasn’t big enough. I’ve pondered that event for 30 years. But I didn’t say, “WTF?” to Tom, because we were on something like the 45th floor.

    If Tom’s alive, I’ll be amazed. (If his wife, who wanted sex, is alive, I’ll be catatonic.) But wow.

    Thus concludes BV’s latest grammatical excursion.

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  58. happyhousewifey says:

    Moving men expect a tip?!
    You cannot simply ask for higher pay?
    The tipping system is strange. We are much more sensible here: tips are never expected, only rarely done by people in restaurants/bars when service is wonderful. Would be awkward, almost insulting, to other workers. They do get decent wages, we have a minimum wage that keeps you fed and warm.

    (And why specify that a wife wanted sex, doesm’t everyone? Or did she want it with you and are you warming us up for a great story?)


  59. BuenaVista says:

    Men who disagree with women are pathological. Check.

    Maybe someone will post a Muppet video to break the tension.

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  60. happyhousewifey says:

    I think the muppets might have some insidious deeper message though.

    (Notice the schizoids don’t enjoy life or want any contact, it doesn’t specify women – still they used to consider the urge go run away pathological in slaves so yeah…)


  61. Ame says:


    love it!

    – – –

    BV – hilarious!

    – – –

    interesting … my husband has this guy he’s used for moving needs for the last 15-20 years. when we married, and he moved us both in, he told my husband that i was a good one and much better than his ex. after your story/explanation, i’ll take that as an even higher compliment 🙂

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  62. BuenaVista says:

    Sweetheart, she wanted sex with me. (I was not her husband.)

    Tips ensure better service. We did a good job so Irish Tom took the $100 bill and set it on fire.

    We don’t live in a socialist paradise, so no, one doesn’t simply “ask for higher wages.” One outworks the other motherfuckers and receive more money as a result. FMI: good luck getting your oil changed in France for $39.00.

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  63. happyhousewifey says:

    The urge to go run away. And a comma after still?

    Sorry, I’ll use English as not being my first language as an excuse. Or claim a womans prerogative to be incoherent!

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  64. happyhousewifey says:

    Oil changing has something to do with cars, right? Lol, my husband gives me a cash household allowance, I can discuss the price of flour with you but it ends there 🙂

    So do you have a morality that prevented you having sex with her or was it the fear of being flung out the window? (Or did you do it and did you or did you not get sent flying?)


  65. happyhousewifey says:

    Ame, we’re moving in a few weeks, tell us how you pulled off the good impression, help me improve my wife game? 🙂


  66. Ame says:

    HHW – i honestly couldn’t tell you; i haven’t even thought of that comment in years. i simply love and respect and honor him.

    his ex is the feminist, post-wall, SIW, discussed here a lot. i’ve made it a point to get along with her b/c they have a son, and it’s so much easier on the kids if all the parents get along. interesting, though … b/c i sincerely care for their son and have welcomed him into my heart and home (which is something i couldn’t imagine *not* doing), his mom thinks i’m the best thing ever. she’d probably want to be bff’s if i let her. she has proudly introduced me to her family and boyfriends she’s had over the years. people are funny.

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  67. Spawny Get says:

    Feeling no pain whatsoever


  68. happyhousewifey says:

    I’m not completely up to speed on peoples backgrounds here yet…

    Oh and BuenaVista, the Dutch are among the most productibe workers in the world despite less hours and no tipping. So there!

    Strangely, the men who make roads and houses and such here are completely lazy when you compare them to Germans and Austrians, I have no idea why. But when you see ours, they stand around mostly. A little further east you never see them idle.
    Culture is weird. From what I hear U.S. housewives are total slackers, but maybe that depends on the area. And Canadians eat steak for breakfast? Either that or my brother was trying to guilt trip me into doing that 🙂

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  69. SFC Ton says:

    You mean people don’t eat stake for breakfast?


  70. happyhousewifey says:

    Maybe use them for toothpicks?


  71. BuenaVista says:

    HHW, I was in love with my wife, and even when I wasn’t, which was very, very rarely, I was in love with my family and my duty and my self-respect as a husband and father. And I traveled the world for 15 years. I was with one woman until she departed, 23 years. Your casual implication is not appreciated.

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  72. Spawny Get says:


    Going back a bit though

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  73. happyhousewifey says:

    Sorry Buena Vista, I meant no offense. I thought the mentioning of another mans wife wanting sex with you was because you enjoyed telling the tale.


  74. A little birdie on Twitter is saying an insider says the WI recount found all sorts of fraud… on the d side.Oh the irony if so! Supposedly report eill be out Dec. 13…

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  75. Yoda says:

    For lefties, ends justifies the means it does

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  76. SFC Ton says:

    I don’t think this will sell well in rural America

    Rep. Tim Ryan, D-Ohio, announcing his candidacy for House Democratic leader

    Read more here: http://www.mcclatchydc.com/news/politics-government/congress/article117525968.html#storylink=cpy

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  77. mgtowhorseman says:

    Rip Ron Glass of Barnery Miller fame
    And the incomporable Sheppard Book.

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  78. Yoda says:


    Who needs this they do?


  79. Farm Boy says:

    Some revolutions could have been avoided if the old guard had only refrained from provocation. There is no proof of a “let them eat cake” incident. But this is the kind of thing Marie Antoinette could have said. It rings true. The Bourbons were hard to beat as the quintessential out-of-touch establishment.

    They have competition now.

    Our global liberal democratic establishment is behaving in much the same way. At a time when Britain has voted to leave the EU, when Donald Trump has been elected US president, and Marine Le Pen is marching towards the Elysée Palace, we — the gatekeepers of the global liberal order — keep on doubling down.


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  80. Farm Boy says:

    Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will not attend the funeral of Fidel Castro, his office said on Monday, days after Trudeau’s warm comments about the late Cuban leader sparked a backlash



  81. Farm Boy says:

    Failed Democrat vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine leapt to Twitter to decry the “senseless act of gun violence” minutes after the attack at Ohio State University was reported on Monday morning, only to be embarrassed hours later when it was revealed that the attacker used a car and a knife but no gun.



  82. Farm Boy says:

    Gratuitous photo


  83. Farm Boy says:

    I wonder if anybody is going to like Ms. Schumer…

    Perhaps somebody will give her a Bud


  84. Farm Boy says:

    Two of the writers who worked on “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” jumped into the political fray on Friday with not-so subtle anti-Donald Trump messages.

    “Please note that the Empire is a white supremacist (human) organization,” screenwriter Chris Weitz tweeted. Gary Whitta, who also worked on the film, followed up by adding, “Opposed by a multi-cultural group led by brave women.”

    Both writers also changed their Twitter profile pictures to the symbol of the Rebel Alliance with a safety pin through it. The safety pin has become an anti-Trump symbol, with people wearing them to show minority groups and immigrants that they are safe with person wearing the pin.


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  85. […] Vows are made with words. When those vows are broken, they leave devastation in their wake. Marriage vows are spoken, and though many seem to devalue them, there are those who hold them in high value. Buena Vista, who comments out there in the blogosphere, wrote this today: […]


  86. Cill says:

    “Your casual implication is not appreciated.”

    Jesus you’re a sensitive bastard.

    Give it a break.

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  87. RichardP says:

    Had a storm pass through Los Angeles a week ago. Knocked out my phone service, hence my internet service. Just got things squared away. So a belated happy Thanksgiving to those to whom it applies. And thanks for the honorable mention in an earlier post.

    I like the quotes that form the meat of this post. I noticed them in the other thread when I first read them. Glad to see that someone else also thought they spoke sense.

    Now – to change the mood with something completely different. Took wife and daughter to see a recital in Los Angeles by the organist for Notre Dame in Paris. Got to spend an hour with him in a small-group setting before his performance – where he explained his program in some detail and demonstrated certain concepts on the piano. (As near as I can determine, he didn’t want to have sex with my wife or my daughter – at least not there. Does that impune his manhood?) A slight, very pleasant man. Cannot imagine him one-handedly throwing Ton off the 43rd floor of anything. But neither can I imagine Ton doing to the organ what this fellow did. Different strokes and all that. Men and women are not alike. Neither are all men alike. Last night proved it. Click on the link for program notes about halfway down if you are curious for more. http://www.laphil.com/tickets/organ-recital-philippe-lefebvre/2016-11-27

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  88. BuenaVista says:

    Actually, I’m not, Cill. So fuck off and go play with your generator or something.


  89. Yoda says:

    Wonder if Moehau Men women vote they do I do


  90. SFC Ton says:

    Farm Boy! Why did you post a photo of that transvestite?


  91. Yoda says:

    Amy Schumer that is.
    Supposed big talented star she would be
    Makes one wonder about people’s discernment it does

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  92. SFC Ton says:

    Another point for not having cable etc


  93. SFC Ton says:

    But while the building of snowmen may seem innocent enough, Saudis who took part in the activity during a freak snowfall in January 2015 were condemned by a cleric who called it sinful and “anti-Islamic.” He issued a fatwa (religious ruling) forbidding the activity


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  94. Spawny Get says:

    Ton, I still reckon that there’d be more fun under the Saudis (for a man) than under western fembotulist SJWs


  95. Spawny Get says:

    I think that Amy Dirigible was rather upset when people slagged off her film Trainwreck. Where her slutty alter-ego was chased by a doctor. I suspect that she thought that’d be how it worked for her. Just how bad the film was I cannot say as I’d rather have my nutsack flensed, dusted with salt and then soaked in vinegar than watch it.

    It seems not to be an American word according to the linky, so…

    Flensing is the removing of the blubber or outer integument of whales. English whalemen called it flenching, while American whalemen called it cutting-in


  96. Spawny Get says:

    Crap Hatter • a minute ago
    Man says to his wife: ‘Pack your bags, I’ve won the pools (lottery).’ She says: ‘What should I pack? Something light, something warm? Where are we going?’ He says: ‘We’re going nowhere. Just pack your bags and fuck off.’
    Bernard Manning.


  97. SFC Ton says:

    Ever live in Saudi Arabia?


  98. Spawny Get says:

    No, but the point I was making is that however bad it is there, the fembots would attempt to make it worse here…like deciding that consensual sex years ago was actually rape and then you have to prove that she gave consent. I know, I know, ridiculous example. Couldn’t ever happen

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  99. SFC Ton says:

    Well it’s a weird series of trade offs and I am not sure how a man would do the math.

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  100. Spawny Get says:

    Well, I won’t argue with that statement


  101. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Buena Vista,
    i resolved to stay off this blog until you had dug a hole for yourself. I thin you have. If you want to make enemies and pick fights, try a blog that is well moderated or to put it terms applied to your maturity level, go find another sandbox. Should you choose to stay, you’ll find a diminishing number of people to talk to.


  102. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    That was a great video link from Russia Today. The BBC should be in a lot of trouble. It is one thing to be snookered and quite another to fabricate, I put more credibility in RT. They wouldn’t put a story like this out there unless it were true because it is going to be looked at under a microscope.

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  103. happyhousewifey says:

    I used to talk to a Syrian atheist online (he used proxies), before everything went wrong there. He said a lot of refugees from surrounding countries came there, you could safely practice any religion. Rebels were just Islamic extremists. Under Assad, minorities (non-muslims) were safe. He said the rebels went to a sort of village where all the women and children of army folk lived, and attacked. Normal people tried to protest peacefully and ask for unity. Things went wrong as soon as the internet restrictions were lifted, scum could use facebook and the like to quickly organize.

    I wonder what you guys think of Putin?

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  104. SFC Ton says:

    Putin gets two Ton Thumbs up

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  105. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Putin has a past. Early in his political career, there were mysterious bombings blamed on Chechens that were curiously politically opportune for him. One bomber was caught before things went boom and he wasn’t Chechen. As for the here and now, I think he is working to advance his country as his primary interest.

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  106. happyhousewifey says:

    I haven’t seen much of his actual actions yet, but footage of him always shows him as a likeable man – taking the time to shake hands with inferiors and hug kids, but being standoffish with other world leaders. Also has a very rapid sense of humor, thinks on his feet.

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  107. Yoda says:

    Also often wears a shirt not

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  108. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    And likes to ride bears and, on the water, sharks.

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  109. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Here is another one.

    He has a black Labrador. Good choice!


  110. thedeti says:

    @ Ton:

    Agree re Vladimir Putin. Love him or hate him; agree or disagree with him, I don’t care. But the guy is a bad ass motherfucker who operates in his interest and in that of his nation. He gives zero fucks what anyone else thinks.

    he’s got guts, and in the theater of international relations, guts is enough.

    So saith Gunnery Sgt. Hartman, our senior drill instructor.

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  111. Spawny Get says:

    My instinct is to like Putin while remembering that his interests aren’t always going to be the same as yours or mine. I don’t know who the fuck is behind our current catastrophic leaders. I have high hopes for Trump but know that he absolutely couldn’t be worse than illary or Obama.

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  112. Spawny Get says:

    That story seems to be the result of Godfrey Elfwick trolling The Guardian…megalolz. They’re shedding credibility at a remarkable rate and it’s not like they started with much.


  113. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    What can we expect from a paper who employs all those feminists for columnists?


  114. BuenaVista says:

    Furry, thanks for the advice. I want to be like you, and liked by you. Would you like to impugn my family now, and my behavior in patrimony? Take a shot.

    The thing about the internet is everyone’s an expert about subjects utterly foreign to them.


  115. BuenaVista says:

    HHW, that’s not what happened in Syria. I am not commenting based on what I read on the internet.


  116. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Buena Vista,
    I have no beef with your family. They haven’t insulted me. Now, should you wish to pick fights, please start your own blog.

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  117. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I was expecting the worst and was pleasantly surprised. It’s humorous.


  118. Farm Boy says:

    There is a new post


  119. happyhousewifey says:

    BV, I’m just repeating how one man in Syria saw things as they unfolded. One man who was just chatting, wasn’t likely to have other interests. That to me is a very valuable addition to all the official news sources. Especially since I’d been chatting with him long before things got ‘interesting’.

    I don’t know why you think you shouldn’t base things off what you read on the internet. That sounds silly to me. Books go out of date, the world changes fast. Anyone can write a book and anyone can write online, but things get updated much quicker online.
    I have aced exams with nothing but internet knowledge (when I didn’t get the course books). Some of my best recipes come from the internet. My husband built a computer with just internet info. My baby boy learned English off the internet.
    You’d be selling yourself short if you discredit online sources.

    Starting to think you’re a troll 😦

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  120. Spawny Get says:

    HHW, no BV is a long time off and on again commenter going back to JFG (the blog that sort of spawned this one). I usuall am more than happy that he adds his take on things. I just get the feeling that from time to time there’s something else going on outside the blog that turns the mood darker.

    I have asked for people to just get along. Chiefly by just ignoring the particular person that pisses them off.

    BV, you asked for my email address last week, I did sent an email to the address that you used to comment here. Did you get it? (there was no explicit requirement for a reply, I’m just looking to make sure that you got it in the first place)


  121. happyhousewifey says:

    Thanks Spawny, I’m not angry at all, just had a feeling that something was off.


  122. Spawny Get says:

    It’s not just you HHW.


  123. Spawny Get says:

    As it’s political, I’ll leave this on this thread


  124. SFC Ton says:

    No one ever gets shit straight on any fucking report about any fucking event. Ever. I have no idea what is going on in Syria because no one is paying me too but I can tell you eye witness always suck; government reports are always fucked up. You never really know what is going down even when you’re stuck in the middle of the shit storm. For of war and all that.

    One of the reasons I don’t pay attention to the news etc.

    Though it is starting to change, with uav’s, uas’s or whatever the fuck they are called these days. Lestwise for indivual firefights and want not.

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  125. SFC Ton says:

    Good luck to y’all with UKIP and all

    Strange to think England 1st for the English is a a radical idea

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  126. Spawny Get says:

    Meme suggests Obama’s legacy’s future


  127. Spawny Get says:

    Our politicians wanted us to be involved in Syria with a big role, the people said no. There’s no popular taste for getting involved in battles between two groups that hate us. No one with any sense trusts anything in the media, even if they aren’t exactly clear on why.

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  128. SFC Ton says:

    Syria was stable
    I don’t understand the desire to destabilize mostly functioning dictatorships
    OR really stirring other folks kool-aide

    There are a lot of legitimate reasons to fuck some shit up, including revenge, forcing opening shipping lanes, better trade deals etc

    But to spread western style liberal democracy to the brown people is just plain stupid. Not to mention evil

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  129. SFC Ton says:

    I’m not sure any pool of voters in the usa wanted lyiba or syria

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  130. BuenaVista says:

    It’s a little like being glib about my family, HHW. I hope you’ve noticed that I don’t make comments about other people’s families. Never made one. Perhaps my “sensitivity” (per Cill) on this score makes me a “troll”, for you, but I don’t really care. I’ve never insulted your family.

    So, Syria, yeah. I know people who were in DC a couple of years ago. Now they’re dead. Ever spent an evening drinking wine and chit-chatting with well-dressed people you knew were going to be dead soon? This is a normal occurrence in certain circles.


  131. SFC Ton says:

    Does bourbon, shit talking and kaki count?

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  132. happyhousewifey says:

    BV, I NEVER said anything about your family, I didn’t even know that you have one. So how you can accuse me of insulting them is beyond me. I only knew you mentioned another mans wife wanting sex with you and inquired as to what happened next. Because I personally find it interesting, the divide between men who do and do not feel they would be wrong to have sex with another mans wife. Thought there might be a juicy tale.

    I said sorry for causing offense simply because it’s easy to take things wrong online and I really didn’t mean anything by it. But your next comment that you shouldn’t get any info online seemed so ridiculous that I took it as trolling, combined with the taking offense where none was intended.

    And no, I don’t drink wine, though I have chit-chatted with well dressed people that I knew would be dead soon (so did they, considering they were old or sick, so that’s nothing unusual). Your implication that you know things because you are on the inside of some kind of government conspiracy is interesting, but considering the fact that soooooo many people hint at such things online, I’m sure you will understand that doesn’t automatically get you respected or taken seriously. Anyone can make such claims. I’m not asking you to prove yourself. I am just wondering what exactly you are trying to communicate?


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