What Boys Want Does Not Matter


From here,

Parents are up in arms about an assignment in an 11th-grade “adult roles and financial literacy” class in Utah that sent students out on $5.00 dates, ostensibly with students of the opposite sex. Jenn Oxborrow, who has a daughter in the class, posted a photo on Facebook of the handout the class was given with instructions for a date, assigned by her teacher at Highland High School in Salt Lake City. According to Oxborrow, the assignment was an example of Utah Department of Education-sponsored misogyny.

Apparently trying to appeal to what boys might like is misogyny.  Taking the word misogyny literally, I see no hatred of women here.  I wonder what might have triggered such a reaction…

Students were instructed to go out on a date and were only allowed to spend $5.00 (not including gas). They were told they could go in groups to help their money go farther and were required to write a brief “summary of the date activities” when they returned.

This seems like a simple “get out there and play in a role” type of activity that youngsters can learn from.  It also teaches about thrift.  Perhaps that is the issue here, as there is a sense of entitlement on part of the girls.

“Thanks for educating our kids, Utah Department of Education,” Oxborrow wrote in the Facebook post, which has been shared nearly 2000 times. “We really appreciate your evidence-based misogyny.” The post has garnered more than 1000 comments, many of them bordering on hysteria about the “hetero-normative” expectations of the school and the antiquated views of women.

Lots of snark here.  I suppose that when does not have anything either intelligent of funny to say, then the easy to create snark fits the bill.  I especially love the evidence-based mysogyny.  I wonder if the writer could actually explain what it was in terms of real definitive words that actually make sense.  So why is there borderline hysteria in the responses?  Perhaps when one does not have a real logical argument, one can substitute invective?

Highland’s adult roles and financial literacy class is required for graduation under state law. The school’s principal, Chris Jenson, told The Salt Lake Tribune that the handouts, included in the “Purposes of Dating” portion of the state curriculum database, were not intended to be followed to the letter.

So the “teaching a point of view” idea did not fly.  It is a point of view, it is true.  One that makes sense to many.  Why not be exposed to it?  The “teaching a point of view” idea is used to justify teaching all sorts of stuff these days (31 flavors of gender, sharia law, etc.).  What is so objectionable about this?

What are the harpies (almost all of them women, I should note) so freaked out about? They’re upset that their daughters are being encouraged to act “lady-like” on a date and told that they shouldn’t use vulgar language or flirt with other guys. On the handout it clearly says that these are suggestions “from the Guys,” which sent the (I guess) anti-lady snowflakes scurrying to their safe spaces so they could begin launching their attacks on this sensible dating advice.

Now we are getting somewhere.  Girls want to have their cake and eat it too (think Lena Dunham).  They want to do what they want.  They want to use one fella’s spending on a date to try to attract what think might be a higher value fella.  The guys will just have to adjust to this reality.  The girls will control the narrative such that there is apparently no viable alternative.

This is really what this is about.  The idea is that if all girls act in this very unappealing manner, then the fellas will have not choice but to acquiesce. The real fear is that if a girl or two break the mold, and act a ladies, the guys will stampede toward girls that display such behavior.  So we have a cartel based on intimidation of women by women.  Perhaps that is at least a bit misogynistic.

Addendum by Deti,

The entire point of the post is that it is always, ALWAYS about what women want, need and expect from the dating/mating/sexual process. It is never, EVER about what men want, need and expect.

When you complain about men making suggestions on what they want, that’s what you’re telling men: What you want doesn’t matter. Fuck what you want, need and expect. Your job is to shut the fuck up and give women everything they want, need and expect.”

Well, with all due respect to people who think this way: Fuck that. Sideways. With a spike-studded baseball bat.

We cannot continue going down that path without more and more men checking out. That’s what is happening now anyway.

 

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120 comments on “What Boys Want Does Not Matter
  1. Farm Boy says:

    In fact, what boys want is downright wrong.

    This is the narrative

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  2. Spawny Get says:

    “the fellas will have not choice but to acquiesce”

    Duh duh DUUUUUH! MGTOW!!! YAY

    The limit of what young horny guys will put up with to get sex is very high, but there are limits. Merely explaining what’s going on to boys should prove devastating to the girls’ game. Boys that see a shrew in embryo form rather than a ❤ GURL ❤ will leave the game, or game the hell out of the girls and dump them. MGTOW or Skittles Guy.

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  3. Spawny Get says:

    Good guy

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  4. Spawny Get says:

    Remember the Top Gear spoof using the puppets from Rainbow?

    This is the Rainbow Show’s in-house spoof of themselves.

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  5. Spawny Get says:

    immortalised here

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  6. happyhousewifey says:

    Seriously? Vague advice from teenagers on dating as required course material? Might as well hand them Cosmopolitan magazine. Sorry but I have to disagree. I saw the list elsewhere and it also contained the advice to “show him respect”. Most kids these days come from dysfunction and have no idea what the term even means. Trying to follow advice like that without actual guidance and mentoring is senseless. This is just a teachers cop-out.

    I know things are a liiiitle different on your side of the water, but girls here will grill any young man with enough patience about what guys want endlessly anyway. This is just not what schools are for.

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  7. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I have a deeper understanding now why boys fresh out of high school are such motivated MGTOWs. Their female contemporaries are bad dates and their mothers are so awful that they shouldn’t be breeding.

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  8. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    What the boys want is of no consequence to their female collegues. This is a big clue to the boys to walk away from the game.

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  9. SFC Ton says:

    If what boys want don’t matter we wouldn’t see all the where have the good men gone etc articles
    In this rare case, the typical beta male power is of the more subtle sort….. which is normally the realm of women but there you go, what they want does matter

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  10. happyhousewifey says:

    I still don’t see why you guys take more issue with the feminists whining than the fact that *dating* is required svhoolwork for kids?! Whaaaaaat???

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  11. happyhousewifey says:

    Maybe I’m misunderstanding, but do you guys actually think that they should have a dating course in schools?

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  12. SFC Ton says:

    I don’t give a fuck what they do in schools as the Ton Prodigy does not attend them, and if I do send them to public school their mission will be to learn social skills/ social power and not the bullshit they teach in school

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  13. Spawny Get says:

    If you don’t like seeing libtards get a verbal kicking don’t watch the ABBC interview below

    That’s the ABBC interviewer and the young libtard girly…ouch

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  14. Spawny Get says:

    I don’t mind schools causing kids to think. I do NOT trust the educational system to avoid inserting their libtard SJW agenda. That particular lesson seemed to rile up the right people but I doubt that most such lessons could avoid fembotulism and SJWary.

    If I had a kid I would be thinking very hard before putting them through the state school system. I note that some EU countries are very against home-schooling and cannot help but distrust them

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  15. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    HHW,
    You have a good point.
    I have the feeling that nobody went on a date in that school.
    That so much furor came from the mothers in defense of their daughters tells me that believe all women are above criticism while women can be as free with it to men as they choose.

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  16. happyhousewifey says:

    We’re homeschoolers but it’s quite a risk, you have to jump through a lot of legal hoops here. They also will put child protective services all over your case unless you have a good lawyer.
    We’ve got Belgium as a back-up option for when they make it too hard, Belgium is easy on homeschoolers. Government officials base their views on hunches and moods, not on what actually goes on with homeschool.

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  17. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    That is not the first time I have seen that blonde in action. It would be hard to find a newsreader more biased than her.

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  18. Spawny Get says:

    Good for you (and your kids) HHW.

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  19. happyhousewifey says:

    Thanks Spawny 🙂

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  20. Stephanie says:

    HHW, I think in your area and around in Western Europe, Christian ideals and “homelife” economics or even gender expected behavior haven’t been taught in schools for a long time. Your society is (correct me if I’m wrong here) more centered around amoral theories and what works for the individual personally. America actually used to have home economics training in schools that was pretty in depth if you look at the school books. And it had etiquette training that focused on gender roles – not unlike the list the teacher created for these dating practices.

    I actually think this is good for them and that the girls or their parents who were offended are idiotic and a big part of our problem here contributing to divorce and feminism. There are “no standards” for how women shoud react with men now in our culture, which has horrible results in society. Women used to have formal training on how to be elegant, poised, have manners, respect men in general, as well as training in how to be a good wife. I have some of those very old books… their information is priceless… and my mom trained me that way starting at 12.

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  21. Stephanie says:

    It sounds a little victorian/prudish… but even when I’ve read letters from that time to magazines on what makes a happy marriage, the “Victorian” era American women were divided into two camps almost equally. The ones who were really happy in marriage and had figured out how to make it work, were QUICK to remark how important sexual satisfaction was for the marriage to be good. It’s amazing considering we think of them as prudes and so “elegant and poised,” when in reality, they were having a lot of passionate sex and thought it was the secret to success in marriage lol.

    But the other set of letters about marriage that were marked with unhappiness during that time period (I’m only thinking of one large response to a magazine article here) were women who were REALLY unhappy and resented sex and bonding with their husbands, or married alcoholics or abusive men they couldn’t really bond with. But the stark contrast was really interesting!

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  22. Stephanie says:

    I saw a post recently here that mentioned women and attention – I think a lot of women have problems with this area when they are growing up or if they haven’t figure it out, even when they ARE grown up and should be mature. Rollo had a very good post written (you can almost say it’s like an essay his posts are so in depth and long) about women and how we’re literally trained from INFANCY to crave attention. It’s not good in many ways, but it’s proven scientifically that parents just give more attention, even talk more to their girl babies than boy babies… whereas they tend to be more physical with their boys babies than their girl babies. Very strange.

    Rollo’s post explains it well though that women are kind of “set up” socially to expect and even crave attention, he almost doesn’t fault them for it, however it can devolve into a histrionic personality disorder where it’s all the have or drives their entire life subconsciously and/or consciously.

    It kind of ties into this post about these women (their moms or maybe even the girls themselves?) on why they wouldn’t want to even THINK about what boys their age would desire in the girls’ behavior because it focuses some of the attention off of the girl and onto the boy. It’s also why histrionic women tend to be really seductive (unconsciously or consciously), crave male attention, and yet have a very bad sex life with the husband they’re actually married to. They don’t really want to invest the time and effort in focusing on what their own husband (or boyfriend) wants, but will manipulate, have tantrums (emotional nuttiness or pyschologically “histrionics”), in order to get the focus back on her “where it belongs!”

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  23. Yoda says:

    Women used to have formal training on how to be elegant, poised, have manners, respect men in general, as well as training in how to be a good wife. I have some of those very old books… their information is priceless… and my mom trained me that way starting at 12.

    Write guest post about this you might

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  24. Spawny Get says:

    Smart guy’s views on the Nederlands

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  25. Yoda says:

    Very wide mouth she has

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  26. Spawny Get says:

    Not saying that he’s right, but he’s usually good…

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  27. Cautiously Pessimistic says:

    Government schools are worth only slightly more than the kindling their assets would provide. And frankly, I’m willing to accept the loss.

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  28. Spawny Get says:

    NOT MORE WIN!

    Tiredofeulies • 4 minutes ago
    From a poster ‘ totally disillusioned ‘on Zerohedge…

    BREAKING JUST NOW ANOTHER TRUMP WIN… while meeting with Black Ministers and Community Leaders, one leader came forward and indicated the gang leaders in Chicago have reached out to him and wants a sit down with POTUS and gang leaders to discuss how to get the body count down…they did say they had no confidence in previous Admin to help them. They don’t believe Mayor Emanuel wants to help either. The gang members want their meeting with POTUS and select Black community leaders NO POLITICIANS…

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  29. Spawny Get says:

    Yoda, I’m pretty sure that she’s a Kekistani. They tend to have frog like gaping maws

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  30. happyhousewifey says:

    Many women of my mothers generation and older went to homemakers school. They stopped those, but it was a dedicated educational institution for homemakers that gave cooking skills rivalling pro cooks and nursing skills rivalling pro nurses, sewing rivalling the pro’s and so on. We were never much for refinement, mostly a nation of farmers, and churches are full of elderly.
    When I was a teen I went to highschool and they covered basic housekeeping and hygiene in biology and cooking and sewing classes were part of primary school. Nothing nearly as good as homemakers school used to be, though, just the very basics.

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  31. happyhousewifey says:

    Also, we treat babies according to their response. We do more of what makes them smile. That’s not training them to crave attention, that is simply responsive parenting.

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  32. Spawny Get says:

    Hankies ready? Tears and denial ahead

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  33. Yoda says:

    “Why else would anyone support Trump, if not for their romantic failures? They’d definitely be against him if they were getting laid.”

    http://heatst.com/culture-wars/harry-potter-author-j-k-rowling-calls-trump-supporter-a-lonely-virgin/

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  34. Linny says:

    Justine is not his father. Which is too bad. Although his father did make one very big mistake which was his choice of wife and mother for his children.

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  35. Cautiously Pessimistic says:

    Very wide mouth she has

    Depends on the man, I guess. 😉

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  36. Yoda says:

    Just a little guy I am

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  37. Spawny Get says:

    Top guy

    Sean Spicer the new Whitehouse spokescluebatwielder.

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  38. Spawny Get says:

    Having made abeyance to the Moggster as a huge gift to UK politics yesterday, here’s the other end of the ability spectrum and the other end of the political spactrum

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  39. http://www.cbc.ca/beta/news/canada/toronto/personal-trainer-real-1.3961023

    Ok. You’re a personal trainer. Your job is to either create real athletes or make the average joe look good. Showing your own belly rolls??! Jesus.

    Social Justice…check
    Self Marketing….meh
    Economics…fail
    Revenue…negative.

    Its like an ad for the World’s Finest Mechanic on a rustbucket, smoke belching Pinto.

    And I bet lots of womenz get personal trainers even better if they are body positive!
    And keep going for about a week cause its hard.
    Your ongoing year long clients??
    Men! Results oriented Men.

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  40. Linny says:

    There was a time when manners and deportment and dancing were taught to both males and females. In fact all the social graces were part of a student’s lessons. The lessons were different for boys than they were for girls but both needed to know their part to make things work.

    Children were taught how to interact between the sexes, between family members(hierarchy), and between levels of society. All of this was crucial to success in life back then but not now I guess..

    It is easier to play the game if everyone knows the rules.

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  41. Spawny Get says:

    An entirely different class of Moggie followed by St Nigel of Farage <3<3<3 (in a manly way)

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  42. thedeti says:

    @ HHW:

    “Seriously? Vague advice from teenagers on dating as required course material? Might as well hand them Cosmopolitan magazine. Sorry but I have to disagree.”

    The entire point of the post is that it is always, ALWAYS about what women want, need and expect from the dating/mating/sexual process. It is never, EVER about what men want, need and expect.

    When you complain about men making suggestions on what they want, that’s what you’re telling men: What you want doesn’t matter. Fuck what you want, need and expect. Your job is to shut the fuck up and give women everything they want, need and expect.”

    Well, with all due respect to people who think this way: Fuck that. Sideways. With a spike-studded baseball bat.

    We cannot continue going down that path without more and more men checking out. That’s what is happening now anyway.

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  43. Spawny Get says:

    Linny, I wouldn’t require males and females to conform to their sex stereotypes BUT I do think that those stereotypes are largely based on what works for the majority of both sexes. So informing the kids about them is probably quite helpful to lubricating their passage into a functional society.

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  44. Spawny Get says:

    “We cannot continue going down that path without more and more men checking out. That’s what is happening now anyway.”

    I fully support men going MGTOW until society makes them a better option (better according to the interests and judgement of individual men). ‘Society’ has no business demanding the (continuing) sacrifice of men’s interests in order to serve the un-quenchable desires of the feminine imperative (Not all woman are mono-maniacal empowerment seekers (feminism) but it’s a popular attitude among women and sackless manginas).

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  45. Stephanie says:

    Aw Yoda! If only I could invent more time! There are some maybe a few posts on that stuff on my blog under Single or the Marriage & Sex tab if you’re interested… I’m trying to finish writing a book and then tailoring some kind of study or devotional from it specifically for police wives so just insanely busy. That and being pregnant… I am just much less productive when
    I’m pregnant 😦 We found out IT’S A GIRL!!!! We have 2 boys and want at least one more so really excited to have both now.

    HHW, you should google Rollo or The Rational Male and search for “attention” or “female attention” it is a really interesting read and sad how boys and girls are almost naturally treated differently. I mean it kind of makes “evolutionary” sense I guess… so girls would be able to attract *enough* attention to secure a mate (being concerned with their looks – to a point, and concerned with their weight) but it can easily get very distorted into creating a woman with a histrionic personality disorder (I think Rollo calls those Borderline Personality Disorder but I’m not sure).

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  46. molly says:

    “Maybe I’m misunderstanding, but do you guys actually think that they should have a dating course in schools?”

    cute

    mmmmm-buh!

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  47. Spawny Get says:

    “And I bet lots of womenz get personal trainers even better if they are body positive!”

    I had a pair of workmen in a few weeks ago. The way the experienced guy talked to the junior would have had most women in tears, but he was clearly encouraging the junior to think about issues and come up with solutions. Tough ‘love’ is real between men and it’s beautiful to see, because it’s so much easier to to do the female preferred ‘just be nice and damn any consequences model’…but the outcome is far better with the male model.

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  48. Spawny Get says:

    Molly, I believe that cute is your middle name, you little faker. LOL

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  49. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda at 5:15pm,
    JK Rowling calling that tweeter a virgin set off a light bulb. While he isn’t, denigrating men for sexual competence is a go to tactic of theirs. I think it is a product of projection on their part. I would not be surprised at all if Rowling has friendzoned her husband. You may have demonstrated a vulnerability in our female opponents.

    Spawny at 5:41pm,
    Those two are awful. You really do need a recall option. We don’t use very often, but it has to be in the back of the head of all our legislators to prevent them from going over the edge as those two did.Five years is too long for their constituency to have to tolerate them. Also, what is wrong with Labour in screening?

    at 5:52pm,
    He did give them both barrels. Following that woman, I am glad they don’t have authority over their own army. It is a good thing that Brexit happened when it did. Also, do any of the MEPs take their job seriously. Attendance is dismal.

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  50. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Molly!!! Burrito, burrito, burrito.

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  51. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I have to agree with Deti. The message is that boys have to take whatever women and girls hand them without complaint while they are at liberty. Men are checking out. If they check out in high school, they are not going to come back.

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  52. Spawny Get says:

    JK Rowling is the woman that perpetrated the Harry Potter books. Made a lot of money out of those, seems to think that makes her opinions of interest to everyone else.

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  53. Spawny Get says:

    Our MPs have massively passed the bill to allow the government to trigger Article 50.
    Should be a historic moment, but in fact the struggle to get the feck out of the EU continues.

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  54. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    After seeing that woman who appeared before Nigel, you can’t get out of there soon enough.

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  55. Spawny Get says:

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  56. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Whew!

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  57. Spawny Get says:

    Par-tay!

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  58. Spawny Get says:

    Perhaps they should do a double and throw in the democrat party too?
    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/182441429507

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  59. Spawny Get says:

    More MSM sadness for the left

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  60. Spawny Get says:

    A bit of patriotic majesty for a historic day

    Now to make sure it sticks

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  61. Cautiously Pessimistic says:

    Congrats, Spawny! Hope the rest of the process speeds up.

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  62. Spawny Get says:

    Thanks guys, there will be more shit to come.

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  63. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny is happy! I haven’t linked this in a while, but someone went ahead of you, telling the EU where to get off, I still feel it had everything to do with fishing rights.

    Norway could not afford to starve because of EU incompetence. Fish is essential to them.

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  64. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    “There will be more shit to come.”
    I believe. Damned foot draggers!

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  65. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I hope that I have reason to link Holland’s National Anthem and La Marseillaise soon.

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  66. SFC Ton says:

    What I have noticed is women don’t generally get personal trainers unless she is already rather fit. Then they get one to help hit the next level

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  67. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I had a wicked thought.

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  68. thedeti says:

    I don’t get the issue on Brexit, Spawny. There was a referendum vote. Brexit won.

    It’s done, right? Brexit is a done deal with the referendum vote. It’s the people’s will. It’s what the people want.

    What’s the holdup?

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  69. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Deti,
    It went to the Judiciary and the court said that Parliament had the last word. That is why the House of Commons voted today. Thankfully, it looks like a four to one victory for Brexit.

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  70. Farm Boy says:

    Then they get one to help hit the next level

    Sometimes so that they can monkey branch to something better

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  71. Farm Boy says:

    Our MPs have massively passed the bill to allow the government to trigger Article 50

    Reeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

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  72. Spawny Get says:

    Most of the political class and the civil servants and the EU are desperate to stay. We have a PM phobic about doing anything but seems to understand that the referendum result is paramount. The snp exist only to shitstir, at which they are unsurpassed. Even the vote today needs to be ratified (amended?) by the unelected House of Lords. The HoL has no Tory majority. It should not override the elected House of Commons, or the referendum, but it’s full of arrogant never has beens with ideas of their own place in history.

    We need a Trump or Farage in a position which just doesn’t exist here. A PM is not a president, not even close.

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  73. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Reeeeeeeeeeee!!!!

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  74. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    Your form of government got your country through two world wars and how much else? It is sound. What should help would be a populace that comes to see that the political class does not have the same goals as them nor do they have the nation’s best interests at heart. They need to be much more careful when they vote and not rely on party affiliation.

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  75. Spawny Get says:

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  76. Spawny Get says:

    Politics is full of people of mediocre abilities with little experience of the the world. Within the EU they didn’t really have to decide much, just pass on the EU legislation

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  77. Spawny I am just now catching up with the news, but it sounds like it’s a go! Yay! http://disobedientmedia.com/uk-parliament-authorizes-theresa-may-to-trigger-article-50/

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  78. Farm Boy says:

    Breitbart Senior Editor MILO’s event at UC Berkeley tonight has been evacuated following violence and several fires started by masked “anti-fascist” protesters.

    http://www.breitbart.com/milo/2017/02/01/protesters-gather-uc-berkeley-milo-show-police-helicopters-appear/

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  79. Cautiously Pessimistic says:

    anti-fascist

    They keep using that word. I do not think it means what they think it means.

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  80. Spawny Get says:

    Milo’s roadshow should be quietly shadowed by police because it offers great opportunities for arresting thugs and prosecuting them. Then follow the money and charge those people with sedition as they are knowingly organising violent protests.

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  81. Spawny Get says:

    The times they are a-changing

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  82. Spawny Get says:

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  83. Spawny Get says:

    Talking about the guy who said it’d take ten years to negotiate BREXIT at the beginning. Completely gone EU native, traitor to the UK

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  84. SFC Ton says:

    The English form of government saw them through 2 word wars when the nation was English and homogeneous

    I do not think it’s current for of government could do the same now, given the demographic changes

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  85. Spawny Get says:

    One step at a time. Step one is GTFO of the EU.

    BTW congrats on Trump’s call to Australia. It starts revealing the international web of corruption, I think. We’ve given cash to the clintons’ organisation too, I want to know why and who signed off on it.

    http://www.trunews.com/article/will-irs-investigate-australias-donations-to-clinton-foundation

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  86. Spawny Get says:

    It’s Hedgehog day?

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  87. Spawny Get says:

    Justice should be blind not obsessed with everything seen

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  88. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I am glad I don’t live in Canada. The CBC is government owned and I will take this as tacit approval from the government to hunt down all white Christian men.

    I don’t think the BBC has gone this far yet.

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  89. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I think Milo should stop. First, he is more effective when he sticks to mass media. More people get to hear him. Second, while he is provoking these people into showing their true colors, he will always be associated with these riots.
    Acedemia is breeding these SJWs like rats in sewer. It might be a good idea to shut it all down.

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  90. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Antifascists.

    It is not what they think it is.

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  91. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    COTWA on the Berkeley riots.
    http://www.cotwa.info/2017/02/riot-silences-nazi-who-wants-due.html

    While UC Berkeley is not directly responsible for the rioting, I approve of the President’s threats to withold federal funding. Academia created these SJWs.

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  92. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    Isn’t that mixing national stereotypes?
    What would the French think?

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  93. Instead of speaking to an audience of 600 last night, Milo was featured by Tucker and Hannity to an audience of ???? Who won!

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  94. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Off topic, new Karen Straughan, Worth watching.

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  95. Cautiously Pessimistic says:

    I think Milo should stop.

    I disagree. However, I do think he should hold events in areas where the cops aren’t with the rioters. We missed an opportunity to snag a number of folks that could then drop a dime on their employers.

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  96. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Cautiously Pessimistic,
    While I can see your point about finding out who is feeding these people, if the original purpose was to inform as many people as possible, talks on campus are not the way to go. He is far more effective as an internet presence.
    I would like to see the people behind these rioters exposed. If it is George Soros, we may have a problem. Hungary doesn’t want him back.

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  97. Cautiously Pessimistic says:

    An event can serve more than one purpose at a time. If no one is informed but we snag multiple rioters in multiple states employed by a single group/person, well, that’s petty useful too. And if someone’s informed on top of that, gravy.

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  98. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I would like to see them punished. They are an embarrassment.

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  99. Cautiously Pessimistic says:

    We agree there, Fuzzy.

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  100. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Is this a Muslim plot? Off topic but humorous.
    https://www.theburningplatform.com/2017/02/02/aporkalypse/

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  101. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    If George Soros is funding this and he knows it is leading to violence, neither his wealth, nor his prestige, nor his connections should save him. It is a shame that we don’t have someone like Thomas E. Dewey to prosecute him. He saw Charles “Lucky” Luciano sent to Ossining and deported to Italy.

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  102. Yoda says:

    A new post there is

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  103. CP like they say keep your friends close and your enemies closer! Lock ’em up!

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  104. SFC Ton says:

    That keep your friends close and your enemies closer is stupid

    Your enemies should be dead or alive and horribly mutilated to serve as a living example of why fucking with you is a bad idea.

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  105. Farm Boy says:

    Your enemies should be dead or alive and horribly mutilated to serve as a living example of why fucking with you is a bad idea.

    Sometimes it is difficult to do that

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  106. SFC Ton says:

    I if being a man was easy women could do it

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