They Just Don’t Care

From here,

This is a story about successful kids (especially boys), common sense, and research.

Most of us spend hours each day sitting at work. Science says it’s killing us, and we have developed all kinds of fads to combat it–from standing desks to smartphone alerts to get us up and moving.

Armed with that knowledge, however, what do we force our kids to do each day at school? Sit still, for six or eight hours.

Yes indeed.  Let us teach them to hate school.  Let us teach them to hate learning.

Though, if they are on the smartphone, they will sit.  We should combat this.  Give them a boot outside without the phone.

Now researchers say that mistake leads us into a three-pronged, perfect storm of problems:

1. We overprotect kids, trying to keep them safe from all physical dangers–which ultimately increases their likelihood of real health issues.

2. We inhibit children’s academic growth (especially among boys), because the lack of physical activity makes it harder for them to concentrate.

3. When they fail to conform quietly to this low-energy paradigm, we over-diagnose or even punish kids for reacting the way they’re naturally built to react.

This is all old stuff.  We have been hearing about it for years.  Yet, nothing ever seems to happen with respect to implementing this knowledge.

Most boys are rambunctious. Often they seem like they’re in a constant state of motion: running, jumping, fighting, playing, getting hurt–maybe getting upset–and getting right back into the physical action.

Except at school, where they’re required to sit still for long periods of time. (And when they fail to stay still, how are they punished? Often by being forced to skip recess–and thus they sit still longer.)

It’s not just an American issue. Researchers at the University of Eastern Finland recently tried to document whether boys actually achieve less in school when they’re restricted from running around and being physically active.

They studied 153 kids, aged 6 to 8, and tracked how much physical activity and sedentary time they had during the day. Sure enough, according to a report by Belinda Luscombe in Time, the less “moderate to vigorous physical activity” the boys had each day, the harder it was for them to develop good reading skills:

The more time kids … spent sitting and the less time they spent being physically active, the fewer gains they made in reading in the two following years. [It] also had a negative impact on their ability to do math.

When I was a wee lad, I liked to do physical stuff, mainly outside.  Not all of the time, but most of the time.  It is what boys do, it is how they learn the basic ways of the world.  When I came home from school, that is what I did.  Not schoolwork.

That is what all of the boys did.  We did it during our three recesses during school hours.  The people who set up the school system seemed to inherently know what boys needed.  What were the girls doing during recess?  Who knows?  They were doing what girls do.  Whatever it was, boys did not notice.

The results didn’t apply to girls. I know that sounds sexist; the researchers offered a few possible explanations. Maybe there simply are physiological differences–or maybe the girls were just as eager to move around as the boys, but they were better able to set aside that disappointment and concentrate.

And for that reason, other researchers say, girls are rewarded more than boys in the classroom.

“Girl behavior is the gold standard in schools,” says psychologist Michael Thompson. “Boys are treated like defective girls.”

I see.  So it does not apply to girls.  Very interesting.

In my individual case, I was very good at “girl learning”.  But I could see that lots of the boys were not.  When it came to the end of high school, at the top was me and a bunch of girls.  The boys just did not really mesh with school; it was so obvious.

Well, things have gotten worse since my days.  At least for the boys.  Many factors have come together such that one might think that there is a conspiracy against boys.  Let us consider,

I. Less recess

II. Less fun stuff to play on during recess

III More stuff you can’t do during recess

IV. Women principals everywhere

V.  More difficult material presented earlier

VI. Lots of self-esteem, mostly for the girls

VII. Lots of touchy-feely subjects

VIII.  The general feminization of society.

One wonders why they even send boys to school anymore.  The women teachers don’t really want to deal with them.  They want to teach “girl style” to the girls.  The boys will just grow up to be useless men, so why bother with them?  Well, maybe not useless, hopefully they will at least work and pay taxes.  One might think that it is a shit test applied to boys; the ones that can disregard it with aplomb through it will become worthy men for the women.

Still, it is not a conspiracy.  It is just a convergence of many trends; mostly related to letting women do what they want with the educational system.  Pretty it is not. Furthermore, apparently it cares little about the future of boys.

Exit question – should classrooms be segregated based on sex with boys having men teachers and girls having women teachers?

Would doing so lead to the thirty-one different genders of classrooms?




Posted in FarmBoy, Feminism, Lies, Trainwreck
120 comments on “They Just Don’t Care
  1. Cill says:

    “Should classrooms be segregated based on sex with boys having men teachers and girls having women teachers?”

    Yes. If I had a son I’d send him to a single sex school, and the more male teachers the better.

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  2. Cill says:

    Boys do better at NZ single-sex schools:

    “A report by the New Zealand Council of Educational Research has confirmed for the first time what many parents of boys have long believed – that they achieve higher results at NCEA level 2, university entrance and scholarship level in boys-only schools.

    And only 8 per cent of students at boys’ schools left with no qualifications, compared with 17 per cent at co-ed schools in 2012.”

    Same in other countries e.g. UK:
    “the 2015 GCSE results show that boys in single-sex schools outperform boys in mixed schools in a variety of performance table measures.”

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  3. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    You left out the liberal prescription of Ritalin. While it may not be a conspiracy, it is so universal and so blatant. I am glad that I don’t have sons.

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  4. Cill says:

    The prevailing view is that the interaction and familiarity of co-education better equips children and young people to get on with the opposite sex.

    My view is the opposite, that boys and men should have as little to do with girls and women as possible – except for prostitutes in some cases. Any interaction with women is fraught with risk of being falsely accused of one or more of a continually expanding range of offences. Women are not worth it.

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  5. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I hadn’t thought about that. False accusations against prepubescent boys is possible, but they haven’t tried it yet to a large extent. That is why there are no male teachers in lower grades.


  6. Sunshine says:

    As you may know, I am a speech pathologist and I currently work in a public school. As with most speech pathologists, the majority of my caseload are boys. I try to work with their natural tendencies; if we need to do a seated activity, I sit them on exercise balls. If we can do something standing up and moving around, so much the better. Our school has an indoor fitness trail that teachers can give a pass to a student so they can go through the fitness trail when they have the wiggles.

    It is true that children get less recess now than they used to. This is not because teachers wanted it that way, I promise you that. It is because in a globalized economy, we have to turn out little worker bots that are educated the same way they are in Singapore to ensure uniformity for GloboCorp. In order to meet those standards, recess had to go.

    However, recess still happens (though less), and it is the only exercise that many boys get in their week. There are some parents who have their boys in sports, and that’s great. But many parents don’t.

    When I ask them if they went outside over the weekend, the boys almost always tell me no. All they do is play video games or play on their tablets. When I say all, Farm Boy, I literally mean all. This is all that they do. From the age of five. They aren’t outside running, jumping, exploring, and building dams in the creek or tree forts. And if they do go outside, there isn’t much to do because all the other boys are inside, playing video games.

    It isn’t like when we were younger. Heck, I was a girl, and I did those muck-around-outdoors things. Boys did them even more. But they don’t now. Given the choice, all boys want to do is stay inside and play video games. I really worry for them.

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  7. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Sunshine made me remember something. Kids have to be under adult supervision at all times now. i would not like being a kid with those restrictions.

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  8. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I think someone at Rebel media misses Lauren Southern. This was posted three hours ago.

    She is not afraid to put herself out there.


  9. Ame says:

    there are truly great teachers in public schools – the truly great teachers often don’t understand why they’re so great b/c what they do is so natural to them. Sunshine is one of those truly great teachers.

    when my sped girl was in elementary public school i made sure that they were not allowed to take recess away from her. (special ed students have an IEP (Individual Education Plan) that teachers/staff are required to follow. i made sure it was in her IEP that she could not loose recess.

    the challenging thing is that they wanted her to do what they call ‘self-medicate,’ meaning they wanted her to learn to calm and organize her brain without any kind of intervention. what made that challenging is that she can do this WITH outdoor, repetitive activity, such as swinging, walking, etc. but a kid can’t just get up and go outside to walk or swing in public school.

    now that i’m homeschooling her she is able to learn the way that works best for her. she’ll often be listening to music – music distracts parts of her brain so she can focus with the parts of her brain needed to do work. she’s often tapping her foot or hand or something (also not allowed in public school b/c it disturbs other kids.) she will work for awhile then go outside and walk laps in our backyard. then come in and chill and cool down. then work again. if her ‘engine’ gets too high, she goes outside and walks laps. if she gets anxious, she goes outside and walks laps. etc.

    the truly great teachers *got* this and allowed physical activity of some kind. i remember her dyslexia teacher allowed students to stand on the tables in middle school! awesome 🙂 . my sister is one of those great public school teachers who always has sped kids in her classes in elementary school. those kids are always doing something with movement. i remember they reenacted a war once when she had to teach history (not her preference), and she allowed them to wad up paper and have a paper ‘fight’.

    then you have all the other teachers. they want to do what’s best, but it’s not natural for them.

    and over all that is the politics. Sunshine’s right … most teachers don’t like the restrictions they’re held under. they actually hate them. in texas ALL teachers, from kinder on, are required to be able to map how every single lesson leads to that child being college-ready when they graduate from 12th grade. then add in the stupid standardized tests, not to mention all the other stupid rules handed down, and it’s just nearly impossible for kids outside the center of ‘norm’ to succeed.

    also, crazy as all that is … we live in a high-end school district, and every single freakin day after school, the local Tutoring company is packed. PACKED. kids have to sit in school all day long, they their parents take them to extra tutoring so their child can excel. think there isn’t competition among parents for the smartest kid?! it’s INSANE.

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  10. SFC Ton says:

    Schools should be segregated

    FULL Stop

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  11. SFC Ton says:

    Texas was the only public school system I was happy with and didn’t spend money on tutors

    When I send Ton Spawn and Half Ton to public schools it will be for them to practice certain skills. Their grades will not be relevant as I expect them to disregard what the schools will try to indoctrinated… I mean teach them

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  12. Spawny Get says:

    Oh she’s good. Worth a quick squiz

    This is how we tell the meedja that they’re shite and the people know it

    Liked by 2 people

  13. Spawny Get says:

    Really rather good, though some of the subtleties may prove elusive

    Liked by 1 person

  14. Spawny Get says:

    Not scene Tracey’s work on SNP before

    Liked by 2 people

  15. Spawny Get says:

    Now for the real tragi-comedy

    This is likely why Brillo is hated by the scoznaz

    Liked by 1 person

  16. Spawny Get says:

    Around ten minutes in the reporter talks about an interview with a clinical psychologist who speaks about PC as a source of mental issues caused by self-censorship etc.



  17. Yoda says:

    Irn Bru quite a drink it is.

    Liked by 1 person

  18. mgtowhorseman says:

    so 20years from now facing the challenges of climate change and crumbling infrastructure we will rely on…

    girls who dont like stem
    boys who never achieved enough to do the math of stem.

    oh the Thames is rising over the sea locks but they are ceased up. if only someone knew how and where to use a wrench.

    Shit comes around.

    and the skilled…
    gone mgtow purposely watching it burn.

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  19. mgtowhorseman says:


    there is 50 acres of forest behind our farm. a creek and 2 beaver ponds. my wife and daughter have seen my pictures of the cranes and river otters and porcupines. BUT have never seen pond!!! we have lived here for 10 years.

    even my son now 20 would get turned around. no bushcraft. no sense of direction. and tires after a mile.
    he cant keep up with a 50 year old with a heart condition.

    good thing there is an app for everything. snow shovelling, bricklaying, surgery. thank gods for the interwebs.

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  20. mgtowhorseman says:


    there is 50 acres of forest behind our farm. a creek and 2 beaver ponds. my wife and daughter have seen my pictures of the cranes and river otters and porcupines. BUT have never seen pond!!! we have lived here for 10 years.

    even my son now 20 would get turned around. no bushcraft. no sense of direction. and tires after a mile.
    he cant keep up with a 50 year old with a heart condition.

    good thing there is an app for everything. snow shovelling, bricklaying, surgery. thank gods for the interwebs.

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  21. Spawny Get says:

    Arron Banks (a previous funder of UKIP. Seen with Nigel at Trump’s elevator) announces

    UKIP might truly be done now.

    When Nigel said he’d run again if a by-election occurs over tory election cheating, no mention of for which party…


  22. Spawny Get says:

    London has been sinking for centuries, it sits on clay

    Not sure that I’ve seen much about sea rises, let alone anthropogenic sea rise.
    blockquote>Unfortunately London and the South East are sinking, irrespectively of climate change, at the rate of about 2 millimetres per year, which makes around 20 centimetres a century. So you have to add this isostatic adjustment, whereby Scotland is rising instead, to the figures of sea level rise.

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  23. Spawny Get says:

    In this video the guy says that differences in IQ by sex are much bigger than you might think. Not only do they exist in the officially approved numbers (I’ve heard 3-5 in the west), but also the IQ tests are created and mudged to close the difference (favour verbal fluidity over spatial reasoning and logic).

    Although the guy is not a natural speaker I have got the book off the back of this article.

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  24. Spawny Get says:

    I quite like Irn Bru (‘made in Scotland from girderz’) and Dandelion And Burdock both of which I’d consider slightly niche in the UK.

    ‘parently you have it locally–burdock
    Sounds rather nice and refreshing if alcohol is proscribed by the needs of not cutting your hand off with a power saw

    Full-strength infusions of Dandelion leaves and Burdock root, sweetened with pear juice and spiced with a touch of ginger and anise, all intermingle to create the unmistakable aroma and distinctive palate of this traditional English soda.

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  25. Spawny Get says:

    The music at the start is from ‘Steptoe and Son’

    You guys remade Steptoe (also a nickname for Jeremy Corbyn by the way) as Sanford and Son, I believe

    Your theme sucked BTW

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  26. Spawny Get says:

    Get the economy working by finding a use for those layabout welfare sponges

    Liked by 1 person

  27. Spawny Get says:

    Most interesting

    Liked by 2 people

  28. Spawny Get says:

    At 7pm Great Patriarch Time (35 minutes from time this comment is posted)
    Will be an interview of Marine le Pen by Nigel Farage

    Liked by 1 person

  29. Spawny Get says:

    Galloway is the mouthy bast that called Saddam a lion and orally ejaculated over your senate (iirc) Anyway…


  30. Spawny Get says:

    Marine and Nigel special immimminent

    Liked by 3 people

  31. SFC Ton says:

    Well thank God climate change is a hoax since we can’t rely on women scientists to save us from it

    Liked by 3 people

  32. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    What??? Winnie the Pooh has a twitter account? I don’t have a twitter account.


  33. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    There will be a few men left doing he actual work. They will be paid a pittance because they will have to carry nine women in admin for every one of them.


  34. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I think that Tracey Ullman has work forever, just like Tina Fey as Sarah Palin. I had to overcome this urge to put a corndog in Tracey’s mouth too.


  35. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Nexit sounds like a great idea.

    Starting to feel a little nervous, Jean Claude?


  36. Ame says:

    parents fail when they drop the responsibility of educating their children, in any area of life, on someone/something else – schools, church, etc. we are responsible for over-seeing the education of our children, even and especially when they are getting some form of instruction in a different setting.

    Ton – i know you have an adult daughter (who is recently married?), and adult son (who followed your footsteps into military and special), and a preschool? son … i think i’m missing a child or two, though 🙂


  37. Cill says:

    Steptoe a nickname for Jeremy Corbyn.

    Steptoe is the old bloke on the right at 6:16 pm. He’s a dead ringer for Jerry all right. How to reconcile “Steptoe” with Jerry’s hint of Jesuit, that’s the question. I can picture both Steptoe Jerry and Jesuit Jerry on a Czek CZ bike. That solved it.

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  38. Cill says:

    I liked the amused look on Marine Le Pen’s face at 8:32 am. The other woman interviewed her like a fool and got treated like one.

    Liked by 2 people

  39. Cautiously Pessimistic says:

    Your theme sucked BTW

    S’okay. We’ve still got the Rockford Files intro.

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  40. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    The Rockford Files was also popular with real private investigators. It is the most true to life series ever done.


  41. Spawny Get says:

    That’s a good theme

    Liked by 1 person

  42. thedeti says:

    Heh. My mom loved Jim Garner.

    Liked by 1 person

  43. Spawny Get says:

    Geert Wilders in Holland failed to get anywhere. Sad.


  44. Spawny Get says:

    The bestest


    In memory of the Dutch


  45. Cill says:

    Oh BTW Since Dog died, I now have Liz, who has become my new live-in mate. Liz dropped into my pad on the way past and has remained here since. I don’t think I’m speaking out of turn when I say Liz really likes me.

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  46. SFC Ton says:

    Daughter is She-Ton, oldest son is Ton2.0 Ton Spawn is on the hip and Half Ton still on the tit

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  47. Ame says:

    i think i missed the announcement of Half Ton! Congratulations!

    now i understand why you say the women and their husband should have separate houses – two littles in the house 🙂 🙂 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

  48. Ame says:

    Cill – assuming Liz is a pet animal and not a human female?! 😉

    Liked by 1 person

  49. SFC Ton says:

    We should have separate houses regardless of brood size

    Separate living quarters has been the norm for anyone who had the money for most of recorded history

    There is a reason why that has been so across time and cultures

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  50. Ame says:

    “There is a reason why that has been so across time and cultures”

    could you explain more? i’m truly curious and interested as to why.


  51. SFC Ton says:

    Come on darling, have you ever toured castles, or town homes of the wealthy? The world over they had separate living quarters, places in the hole for men to gather and for women to gather

    Men and women do best when the contact is kept to sexy time and the man laying out the chore list. That helps keep the sexy time going and the only reason to have women around is sexy time.

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  52. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Does Liz have floppy ears and a waggy tail?


  53. Ame says:

    Never toured them but have seen them on tv and in movies. 😃


  54. SFC Ton says:

    If have seen one of them you have pretty much seen them all

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  55. Yoda says:

    Gone too far Turkey has

    Turkey’s red meat association has ordered a consignment of prize Dutch cattle to be sent back to the Netherlands, saying it no longer wants to farm the cows due to the diplomatic crisis between the countries.

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  56. Cill says:

    “Does Liz have floppy ears and a waggy tail?”

    Good grief, no.

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  57. molly says:

    I’m surprised Cill mentioned Liz, must be more serious than we thought.

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  58. Yoda says:

    Liz an Angela Merkel clone she is?


  59. Ame says:

    whoa! Cill has found a woman worthy of living with him full-time?! she must be ah-maz-ing!

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  60. Ame says:


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  61. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    The cattle will be happier back in the Netherlands. I don’t think they like the idea o being political pawns. Anyway, the grass will be better back home.

    If Liz is human, you both still need a dog. But, then, for all we know, Liz may have pointy ears and say “Meow” a lot. Maybe I am thinking of commenter Liz.

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  62. Cill says:

    Not sure if Liz is male or female. Liz is short for “lizard”, although he/she is actually a gheko, a type of skink.

    Liked by 2 people

  63. Cill says:

    The reason I decided to go for an ugly one this time is: “Hot People Suck at Longterm Relationships, Study Says”

    Liked by 2 people

  64. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I am sure it matters a great deal if you are a gecko. Wish her/him happy bug hunting!

    Liked by 1 person

  65. molly says:

    Sorry for pulling ya legs!

    Liked by 1 person

  66. Ame says:

    i hope y’all are having a mighty fine laugh over this 🙂

    i’m about as gullible as they come 🙂


  67. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    You got us all going, but there is little harm in it. You like making mischief.


  68. Yoda says:

    Talks like a native Cill’s gecko does

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  69. molly says:


    We only leg pull people we like ❤

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  70. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Are you trying to fix up Cill’s Liz with a commercial icon?


  71. Cill says:

    Yoda’s Gecko had a forced Pom accent.

    Liz doesn’t say much, sometimes let’s out a zee sound, possibly to remind me to use a gender-neutral pronoun when addressing ze (zir?)

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  72. Yoda says:

    This encounter soon came to an end—John was too incapacitated to maintain an erection—and the pair ventured into the house. At this point, their accounts are hazy, confused, and contradictory. John remembered passing out in his bed and Jane telling him she was leaving. Jane remembered collapsing into a bean bag chair and waking up to discover John on top of her, wearing a condom. Her pants were pulled down. She claimed she told him to stop, he did, and she left. (Whether this actually happened is in serious dispute.)

    But Jane did not go straight home. She went to another fraternity house, uninvited, and climbed into bed with an unsuspecting person. She “jumped on top of him,” and he told her to leave, according to the lawsuit.

    She then headed to a different bedroom, removed her shirt, and initiated oral sex on a third person. She spent the night there, and went home in the morning.

    And then decided she had been raped.

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  73. molly says:

    Will Cill and Liz go howl at the moon any time soon?
    (“any time soon” is my Americanism of the day) for Ame 🙂

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  74. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    While the cynical DA said that he could get an indictment against a ham sandwich, I don’t think he would get very far with the Drake case. Something definite has to be done to protect men on campus if they are going to let stuff like this go forward. Something drastic, like assigning personal responsibility to those who are prosecuting.

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  75. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Al Franken/ Jill Stein campaign theme?

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  76. Ame says:

    Molly – you get an A+ for your Americanisms!

    Liked by 1 person

  77. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Could this be the real event the movie was modeled on?
    Seriously, it is a good watch.


  78. Yoda says:

    A fine shubmarine captain he was

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  79. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    “The Vilnius Schoolmaster”
    When Tom Clancy’s book went to print, there were a lot of questions he had to answer. No one was aware that so much information was not secret.

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  80. RichardP says:

    @ Fuzzie: “I have to wonder what value there is in a college diploma for women.”

    Thinking about Sunshine’s degree you are?


  81. Spawny Get says:

    Update from Arron Banks’ site

    Last night’s Dutch General Election saw a huge surge in support for anti-establishment, anti-EU parties, though this reality has simply been ignored by the mainstream media.

    Whilst Geert Wilders did not win the election, his Party for Freedom saw a 3% increase in their vote share and won 20 seats, up from 15 in 2012.

    Mark Rutte’s governing centre-right party may have won the election but their support was down considerably, by over 5% and a loss of 8 seats. Their coalition partner the Labour Party were almost wiped out, losing 19% of support and down from 38 to just 9 seats.

    The new anti-EU Forum for Democracy also won seats for the first time, securing 2 seats.

    Ignore he froth: whilst the establishment did cling on, they took a beating at this election.

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  82. mgtowhorseman says:

    The kids are Manchild and Little Miss.
    Out of 29 years we have pbysically lived apart for 5 hears if you added if all up. 3 years lived a 4 hour drive away. Went home weekends. Made for focused, intense family time.

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  83. OMG, just click on the link, it’s funny, I promise! 😀

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  84. @Ton, but if schools are segregated by gender, how will Half-Ton and the other Ton-in’s get a chance to pull the little girl’s pigtails? 😀


  85. SFC Ton says:

    Gender is only a small part of the segregation required to produce decent schools

    Besides I would prefer the men of my klan to aquire their brides the old fashion way; rape, pillage and plunder. Keeps the blood line strong and makes sure the weak don’t water down the lineage

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  86. @Fuzzie, when I was a kid in tap dance class, we did a dance routine to that one… whenever it plays, I automatically start doing it!


  87. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I didn’t know that it didn’t start with Fred Astaire until I saw this.

    Are you talking about Sunshine’s “Mrs.” degree? That doesn’t happen any more. Girls get out of college and have to start careers. They might think about marriage a minute before they turn thirty.
    As for women’s GPAs, when I heard a teacher call into a podcast about being threatened with accusations, I have to wonder about that too. He was teaching third grade and his solution was to work overseas.


  88. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    Thanks for the recap. While Geert Wilders didn’t take it, at least they can’t say they don’t know hoe the voting public feels.


  89. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Mega left this for me over at Bloom’s. It is shocking enough to share. Argentinian feminists have tread new ground in going over the top. What they don’t seem to realize is that this will repel anyone, including women.
    They have been at the forefront. This is what they were up to in 2013. Men formed a human chain to prevent them from vandalizing a cathedral.

    As the moderates leave, what will remain of feminists will be the radicals and crazies.


  90. SFC Ton says:

    Argentina is a mess, as in the guys who wrote the book about surviving the bad times in Argentina decided the best way to deal with it was move to Northern Ireland

    Basically a failed state in slow motion. Not sure why that doesn’t get more coverage beyond the msm doesn’t want to show people the results of leftist


  91. @ Ton, lol. Well then, I guess I am glad the Half Ton and other Ton-ins are far far away from my girls! Even though they will make fine babies someday! I prefer a less war-bride approach, lol. Unless of course there is a need, and then I will marry them off to the biggest baddest warlords I can find! Such a hypocrit, I know! 😀


  92. For their own (and my own mother-in-law status) protection!) If stuff gets weird, remember that I have the two finest fillies in the nation!


  93. Cill says:

    I said I would send my son to a boys-only school. That’s not true, I’d educate him at home. My parents home-educated me and I spent some years in public schooling as well – enough to realize how much PC crap they fed into the kids.


  94. SFC Ton says:

    War brides make the best brides because they understand the deal 😉

    The boys will go to high-school when the time comes but the lessons I want them to learn are about social and physical domination of the world around them. Kids and staff.

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  95. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    When I saw the headline, I couldn’t help laughing. Someone opened a brothel in Barcelona with sex dolls. The real prostitutes, who seem to have a union, chased them out.


  96. Cill says:

    FB, aiming at post 19th March 00:01 a.m. or 17th 00:01 if you haven’t got one ready to go.


  97. Farm Boy says:

    There is a new post


  98. Farm Boy says:

    Cill, I just posted, as I did not see your comment. I will refrain from posting two days from now.

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