Young Blokes — Where To Start

The first thing to understand is that the women have the institutionally backed power, and you not so much.  But there is much more.  A young man needs to know how exactly the world works; how it is stacked against him.  Once he knows this, then he can

I.  Make rational decisions with respect to his general future

II. Optimize his present short term situation

III. Feel confident that he knows what he is doing.

The general term for understanding all of this is termed the red pill.  Naturally enough this blog provides good information on this, as do other manosphere blogs.  It takes time to absorb it all; often just a bit per day, with careful consideration of each aspect.   It should be noted that the red pill is about contradicting lies that you were told, and providing information that you was deliberately withheld rom you. As such, it may take time to digest.  After a bit, it will all become internalized, which is what you want and need.  Now you can consider your situation.

Don’t move too fast.  Explore how you might want to change your life.  Note the differences in reactions with every change that you make.  By doing this, you are building your own red pill database; seeing for yourself the red pill in action.

After experience, you will be more confident about how the world world works.  This is really valuable.  Part of modern Feminism is about trying to keep men off-balance, to have them unsure about how things work and what the real situation is.  This state of affairs gives women more power of course.  Armed with knowledge, their power over you is diminished.  This is a big start.

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100 comments on “Young Blokes — Where To Start
  1. Spawny Get says:

    I like this approach of educating about reality, but leaving the choices to the men as individuals. One man’s independence is another’s loneliness. One man’s desire for kids is another’s nightmare scenario. MGTOW is freedom.

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  2. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I feel for the young ones, even the ones with information. In the face of all this stuff, they are pretty much powerless.

    Spawny Get,
    Would that be the only complaint against Hannity? There has been a lot of allegations at Fox News and it is beginning to look like censorship by another name.

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  3. Yoda says:

    So the story of Bill O’Reilly’s fall at Fox News is now about sex and that’s what everyone’s discussing. Did O’Reilly harass women or did he get burned by lies and left-wing campaigners? Were the charges proven? Did the charges matter? Are the women believable? Are they gold diggers? Is it all a big fuss about nothing?

    My own opinion? I haven’t heard any accusations that amounted to anything criminal but it doesn’t sound to me like Bill covered himself in glory either. If an intelligent and accomplished person like Margaret Hoover is afraid to be alone in a room with you, you may have misplaced your copy of the Chivalric Code, to say the least.

    Feminism is a toxic, destructive philosophy that has made the life of most people worse — and no one has said so more clearly or more often than I have. But to react to Nasty Woman Feminism with hyper-aggressive macho misbehavior is to embrace the Reactionary Grotesque. To act badly because your ideological opponents act badly is to be defined by your enemies.

    A rich and powerful man — hell, even just a presentable man — can have as much sex as he wants without making the people he works with uncomfortable. What Donald Trump said is true: If you’re a celebrity, women will let you get away with a lot. That doesn’t mean you should take advantage of them. Try being a gentleman, kind and respectful to everyone around you both male and female, and see how life goes for you then.

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  4. Yoda says:

    Women have the ability to use their attributes to climb the corporate ladder they do.
    Men they do not.
    Pretend this is not true the world does

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  5. Yoda says:

    ADF also asked students what should happen if a church approached a Muslim singer for an Easter service. Students unanimously said that such a singer has a right to “opt out” of that arrangement. “That seems like such an unusual circumstance that they would want them … like a Christian church would force a Muslim singer to sing at their church if they didn’t want to,” one young woman said. Students agreed that no law should force someone to serve another person against their religious convictions.

    But when asked if a Christian has the right to opt out of serving a same-sex wedding, the students hesitated.

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  6. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Karen Straughan discusses Jordan Peterson’s faux pas about MGTOW. It’s forty minutes long but powerful, a good watch.

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  7. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I am feeling profoundly distrustful of all these allegations at Fox News. The most recent one against Sean Hannity has dropped out. The ones against Roger Ailes and Bill O’Reilly will never be proven.Roger Ailes was in his late seventies, obese, and had trouble walking. The way it all smells, I would say that we are close to the wharf.

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  8. Yoda says:

    Lots of alligators there were

    Liked by 1 person

  9. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I have heard of false allegations, but never of false alligators.

    Liked by 1 person

  10. RichardP says:

    Re. Yoda’s link about questions put to the students at the University of Wisconsin:

    1. One may not discriminate on the basis of protected classes. Politics is not a protected class. Therefore, one may refuse to create clothing for Melania, because politics, until the cows come home. That violates no laws.

    2. Asking a Muslim to physically participate in a Christian religious cermony (sing) is not the same act as asking a business to create an object that will be used in a (presumeably) non-religious ceremony. So, logic suffers here if no further distinction is made.

    If the singer had created a business, and was licensed by the city or state to conduct business as the bakery must be, then that would be a different story. A singer, operating as a licensed business, would be held to the same standards as the licensed bakery (it says here in the fine print). The responses to the questionaire would be more useful if this distinction had been spelled out. Can’t hold a private person accountable to the same local / state laws that govern a licensed business.


  11. Yoda says:

    Watch this you should not


  12. Spawny Get says:

    Got to be better than watching that creature above

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  13. Spawny Get says:

    Leftimongs don’t want to be ruled by rules, they want to be allowed to make rules up as they go along, rules that merely enable their feelz. How very feminine.

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  14. Spawny Get says:

    Regarding singing in the church? I think that this is to be discouraged in the current state of affairs. Because it’s just a one way street and it’s perceived as weakness by Christians to do this. And yes, perceptions do matter very much. Especially the perceptions of thick people and bigots.


  15. SFC Ton says:

    Perception is reality

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  16. Spawny Get says:

    “Perception is reality”
    It is when you have control of the legal system.


  17. Saracen III says:

    Have the snip.
    Don’t marry.
    Don’t date single moms.

    Liked by 1 person

  18. Spawny Get says:

    Wise words Saracen.

    (only your first comment gets caught up in filters)

    Liked by 1 person

  19. Spawny Get says:

    BTW That Karen Straughn video is her on top form. I hope that Jordan Peterson has the balls to address her arguments, JtO’s arguments, Turd Flinging Monkey’s arguments.

    I’m not sure that he has the balls, we may have to settle for him keeping his philosophical ramblings away from real world issues with immense legal consequences. I’ve listened to some of his lectures and not been much impressed by his lecturing style. He rambles all over the place, including into the MGTOW issue.

    On gender pronouns? He’s a frigging hero.

    But overall, he’s a hero with feet of clay

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  20. Yoda says:

    But a woman she is

    Students at Pomona College have published a demand letter urging administrators to rescind their offer to hire Sociology Professor Alice Goffman because she’s white.

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  21. Yoda says:

    More young men are falling to the bottom of the income ladder. In 1975, only 25 percent of men, aged 25 to 34, had incomes of less than $30,000 per year. By 2016, that share rose to 41 percent of young men. (Incomes for both years are in 2015 dollars.)

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  22. Yoda says:

    Trans-activist Riley J. Dennis says having ‘genital preferences’ in dating is transphobic.

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  23. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    TFM’s video is pretty good. I didn’t bother with Stardusk.

    Your warning was all too true. Rachel bloom is awful.

    Of all the demographic groups, affirmative action has helped white women most, by a large margin. That is why this comes as such a shock. Still, I have to wonder what is going on with the Claremont colleges. It’s like the SJW’s have taken over and they’re insane.

    As for young men slipping in the economy, that is what happens when women are are given priority in everything. At a guess, al lot have dropped out because they are discouraged.

    Riley Dennis is a prominent youtuber. Whatever the pronoun, it attracts controversy. I wonder what will be cost for this in the future. The internet is forever

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  24. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    A good overview to the French election.


  25. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I was not aware that Macron was Hollande’s Minister of the Economy. i would think that would make him so unpopular, he wouldn’t run for dog catcher.


  26. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    This is not good. It looks as if someone is out to obliterate memory of the Confederacy.

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  27. Spawny Get says:

    Rick BogusDogWarden
    15 minutes ago
    I want to see a Brexit so hard that it makes Chuck Norris and John Wayne shit ’em.


  28. Spawny Get says:


  29. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    There is an old saying about atheists and foxholes. There may be a corollary, ideology goes out the window when the brawl starts.
    Apologies to Tacitus.

    That woman! Four men in one day? She is smiling now, but what man will take a chance on her loyalty?

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  30. Spawny Get says:

    Foghorn Jess Phillips at it again

    Liked by 1 person

  31. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    It doesn’t matter which party they affiliate with, feminists have to go. To begin with, they can’t represent men. They hate them.


  32. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I would love to see Jess Philips unseated on the single issue of feminism. It would make a lot of bigots all over very nervous. The first that comes to mind is the Australian senator that accused her colleague of mansplaining. There is also one from Missouri and one from New York.

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  33. Yoda says:

    A wee lad that is.

    Liked by 1 person

  34. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    You must miss out on a lot of rides at the county fair and Disneyland.

    Liked by 1 person

  35. Spawny Get says:

    Cultural Appropriation? (You’ll see at the end). Made me laugh but NOT safe for Ton


  36. Spawny Get says:

    Kate Bush mmm

    And the source of the Utah Saints track

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  37. Yoda says:

    Why Scotland want to join a failing entity wonder I do


  38. Spawny Get says:

    zut alors


  39. Spawny Get says:

    The Sco’Nats are full of hate for the English but they need a donor state to get their financial claws into because they have a deficit of 15% (something like that). The EU is what they tell the numpties is the new cash cow. Also they shitstir every issue that they can. BREXIT is ideal for them.

    Sadly for the fishwife enthusiasm in Scotland for a second referendum is dropping fast. She has one trick and the people are getting to the point of having enough. Rumours of Tories taking eleven seats off them in the general election. Out of their current 56 iirc.

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  40. Yoda says:

    Catching a ride on the Titanic a poor choice it would be

    Liked by 2 people

  41. Spawny Get says:

    Thought yoga was supposed to be relaxing?

    Liked by 1 person

  42. Spawny Get says:

    This isn’t going to end well

    Maybe for Marine it will.

    Liked by 1 person

  43. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    It hasn’t always been that way. In the 14th century, they had a far different attitude. Do you think it may have been all the lost Templars who took refuge there?


  44. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Only five grand? They must be pretty confident.

    Advice to yoga practitioners, do not mix flammable leggings with scented candles. Have the number for the fire dept. close at hand in any case.

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  45. Yoda says:

    “It was the middle of the semester, and we were covering rape culture. As any feminist instructor who has ever taught about rape culture probably knows, covering this topic is challenging for a multitude of reasons. Sometimes we encounter students who realize that they have been raped who come to office hours looking for resources. Other times, students learn that they have actually perpetrated rape and struggle to reconcile that with their images of themselves as “good people” and “not one of those (usually) guys.” And many feminist instructors, especially those who are women, know all too well what it is like to navigate the “mansplaining” of a few men students who would like to ardently deny that rape culture exists. ”

    Read the italicized portion again. She’s claiming that thanks to feminist instruction, some students actually “realize” that they’ve been raped, while others “learn” that they’re rapists. This is extraordinary. Rape is not difficult to define — unless, of course you’re redefining it. And if she is describing people who “learn” that they’ve committed actual rape, why is she not calling the police? If she’s not calling the police, is she placing other women in danger? After all, didn’t she just “learn” that a sexual predator is on the loose?

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  46. Yoda says:

    The second way that the EU enflames nationalism is more subtle. The EU creates the conditions whereby nationalist movements can free-ride on the structures created by multinationalism. By providing the semblance of a defense policy, along with a battery of trade policies and its own central bank, the EU makes it easier for secessionist movements to imagine a future for themselves. Catalan, Flemish, and Scottish nationalists would have a much harder time convincing their regions of the feasibility of a breakaway if America wasn’t providing for Europe’s security at the continental level, and the EU wasn’t making the monetary policy decisions anyway.

    We should ask if these assertions of nationalist identity don’t trigger others. Is it not a coincidence that a defiantly English-led Brexit won so quickly after a referendum on a Scottish exit from the United Kingdom?

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  47. Yoda says:

    Give it a miss I will

    “We really wanted to try to be a part of, in our own small way, healing the very big divide that exists in our country right now,” Dunham said in an interview Monday. “We’re trying to look beyond the coastal states and really think about connecting to women, to people, in the middle of the country.”

    The tour, which will feature music, comedy and spoken word performances, includes stops in Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul, Minnesota; Des Moines, Iowa; and Lexington, Kentucky. Tickets go on sale Friday.

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  48. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    That was a great link from the National Review on Rape Culture. The writer made it obvious that feminists don’t believe it too.

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  49. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    According to this link, the only viable opponent Jess Phillips has is the previous MP that she unseated, John Hemming, a Liberal. I hope that her constituents are tired of her.


  50. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    This is bad. It is feminist legislation that would make things on campus far worse and levy outrageous fines on colleges. Right now, it is in the Senate. considering it is backe by feminists, it may pass. The question is, will Donald Trump sign it or veto it?


  51. SFC Ton says:

    In most of life, perception is reality

    Feminists perceive a rape culture and they finding. Googles find racism everywhere, skypes see anti semitism everywhere

    Most folks life is fair to middling. Of they perceive that as sucking, their life sucks. If they see that as winning, they enjoy life

    Perception is reality

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  52. SFC Ton says:

    No no no! Everything is safe for Ton, nothing is safe from Ton 😉

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  53. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    That is the best post I have seen on the subject of young men sexually abused by female teachers.


  54. Ame says:

    “SFC Ton says:
    26 April, 2017 at 1:57 am
    In most of life, perception is reality

    Feminists perceive a rape culture and they finding. Googles find racism everywhere, skypes see anti semitism everywhere

    Most folks life is fair to middling. Of they perceive that as sucking, their life sucks. If they see that as winning, they enjoy life

    Perception is reality”

    – – – – –


    life is hard for everyone. everyone has stuff in their life that sucks. how you choose to look at all that, to perceive it … what you choose to focus on … is what makes you who you are.

    my oldest developed an anaphylactic allergy to fire ants when she was little and almost died … and we live in texas where we cohabitate with fire ants. my aspie-girl has all her own stuff. i’ve taught my girls that everyone has *something* so just suck it up and deal with it and move on. sure, it affects you and alters what you can and cannot do in life, but it doesn’t have to define you. as i’ve told my aspie-girl a jillion times – take control of your brain; don’t let it control you.

    hard? absolutely. but that’s life. suck it up, put on your big-girl panties, take the time to deal with what you need to, and move on.

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  55. Spawny Get says:

    The chans weren’t done with the alleged bicycle lock attacker

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  56. Spawny Get says:

    Hi Ame,

    have you seen this?

    I remember seeing a programme on Temple Grandin who felt that being held firmly was calming. Interesting woman.


  57. Spawny Get says:

    A laba source has recently said that any laba seat with a majority of under 10,000 is at risk.
    Jess has a majority of 3002

    No promises

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  58. Spawny Get says:

    Go Fishfinger


  59. Spawny Get says:

    In this case Gary Glitter the person (convicted paedophile), not the rhyming slang (Gary Glitter -> Shitter (arse (ass)))

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  60. Spawny Get says:

    Nigel’s intended seat in 2015
    CPS – Crown Prosecution Service – DA?

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  61. Yoda says:

    Because here at The Daily Chrenk we always try to be helpful to our mainstream media colleagues, we prepared this handy style guide to avoid other “culturally loaded” terms in print and broadcast:

    Sati – post-marital grief immolation

    Infanticide – fourth trimester termination

    Female infanticide – gender-determined parenting

    Wife beating – hands-on relationship counselling

    Cannibalism – hard paleo (also: human protein supplementation)

    Honour killing – permanent grounding

    Spousal rape – consent-alternative marital intimacy

    Scalping – complete ritual depilation

    Killing old and infirm – extreme palliative care

    Grooming underage girls – community-based, practical sex ed program

    Child marriage – age disparate matching

    Cousin marriage – kin inter-relationship enrichment

    Human sacrifice – spiritually-motivated population reduction

    Jihad – faith community self-defence

    Slavery – compulsory, exclusive services contract

    Sexual slavery – compulsory intimacy arrangement

    Stoning adulterers – petrological divorce procedure

    Throwing homosexuals off buildings – vertical monosexuality enforcement

    Polygamy – concurrent monogamy

    Child labour – premature apprenticeship

    Headhunting – per capita loss (also: non-literal recruitment)

    Torture – alternative investigation aid

    Inbreeding – reproductive autarky

    Witch-hunting – non-Carthesian threat reduction

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  62. Yoda says:

    The mood on migration in Sweden appears to have shifted dramatically this year, with a majority of people now saying they want the Nordic nation to take in fewer asylum seekers.

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  63. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    I hope that someone forwarded that tweet on to the Sacramento Police. It sounds like he knows something.

    Let’s keep our fingers crossed on Jess Phillips. I wonder how many other MPs there are that should be strongly challenged? If anything can be done in this election on such short notice, that should be attempted and all should act in concert, disregarding party loyalties. Better an opponent capable of reason that a feminist.

    Is it that the Swedish public is slow to react or is t the media?

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  64. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    For now, it looks as if Ann Coulter will speak in Berkeley tomorrow.

    I don’t know what to expect. I am going to guess that it will be canceled at the last minute like Milo was.


  65. Spawny Get says:


  66. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    More from Jack Posobiec.

    These people are doing good work.

    Liked by 1 person

  67. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    That hot dog stand is a Southern California landmark.

    Liked by 1 person

  68. Ame says:

    Spawny – Temple Grandin is AMAZING. firm hugs are a way to ‘self-medicate’ – or to calm one’s brain oneself – to calm one’s ‘engine,’ to ‘organize one’s brain.’

    my daughter and i spent untold hours in firm hug-holds. i held her for hours everyday and then spent anywhere from 1-3 hours with her every night when putting her to bed. she needed it.

    i also had to restrain her for meltdowns a lot – not exactly but similar to this: LOVE the ‘hug hold swing’ in this video – wish we’d have had one of those back then!

    she hit an age in her teens where she decided she didn’t want to be touched as often. she spends an enormous amount of time outside walking to organize her brain and uses music – almost always has ear-buds on.

    the switch from needing firm touch almost constantly to not wanting to be touched at all was a huge change. my daughter is a high IQ aspie with an uncanny ability to make mental connections to multiple things. for example, she can see and understand the differences between herself and neurotypical people, but she can’t bridge the gap – this is hugely frustrating for her. she hit an age where she realized she would want to be independent of me someday, and to do that she would need to self-medicate in a way that didn’t involve me directly, so she has moved away from wanting and needing touch.

    she is still an enormous amount of mental work on my part, and as my Oldest will often say, “It’s complicated.”

    rhythmic movement has always been and continues to be huge for her. she used to spend hours swinging – it organized her brain and calmed her down like nothing else. if i can ever do so, i’ll install an adult-sized swing. in the meantime, she walks in a large circle over and over in our back-yard, listening to music. i can’t even begin to count the numbers of pairs of ear-buds we’ve gone through – she has enormous upper-body strength, and with her sensory issues is unaware of her strength and location in space – meaning she is like a bull in a china shop and easily breaks things and injures herself unintentionally.

    – – – – –

    the other side to all this is i have another daughter who has also needed her Mommy over the years. there have been times when she has had to wait for attention for hours, and also many things she’s had to give up because there’s only so much of me to go around. i have worked hard to give her as much one-on-one attention as possible b/c i never wanted her to feel unimportant or less-than. one of the ways i did that for years and years was to spend hours with her at night after her sister finally went to sleep. it turned her into a night-owl. i would spend as much time with her every night as she needed regardless of how late it was. we would talk and laugh and read and just spend time together. as she got into her teen years and didn’t want or need Mommy putting her to bed each night, we’ve developed other ways to spend time together that make her feel loved and important.

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  69. Spawny Get says:

    There’s a very long running BBC tv science series called Horizon. I think they had an episode with Temple. One of their better ones. They showed Temple’s home version of a cattle press (name is approximate), I like the fact that she saw a chance to improve her condition and took it.

    I think finding interesting and friendly people on the net has made my life much more entertaining. Too few like us in real life, I reckon.

    Cheers to you all

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  70. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Ann Coulter cancels her speech for tomorrow in Berkeley.

    Let’s hope that nobody shows up to riot too.

    If speakers need to reach a lot of people, it would be more effective to post something on youtube. Speaking to an audience may be traditional, but it is limiting.

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  71. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    Cheers to you!

    Liked by 1 person

  72. Spawny Get says:

    Not going well for the Corbynites. They’re taking it up the Gary over his terrorist sympathiser past. As well as the fact that he’s crap.

    Liked by 1 person

  73. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    I can sympathize. Springing this election with only six weeks notice meant no one was prepared.


  74. SFC Ton says:

    It’s complicated? She sounds like every other woman on the planet 😉

    Liked by 1 person

  75. Spawny Get says:

    Nobody expects the Spanish Inquisition Electoral Commission looking into expenses tomfoolery


  76. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Still, someone unseat Nigel Farage using illegal tactics. That can’t be let go.

    Liked by 1 person

  77. Ame says:

    the Temple Grandin movie is excellent, but it was hard for me to watch as a Mamma. i think the hard thing about movies like that is to realize this is a story of ONE person on the autism spectrum, and each autistic person is so different and responds differently and acts differently and needs different things. some days i feel like i’ve totally blown it, and she’s doomed b/c of me. others i think i’ve done a great job and have given her a great foundation to take off from. the reality is probably somewhere in between 🙂

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  78. Ame says:

    Ton, no kidding! sometimes i wish i could escape myself! hahahahaha!!!


  79. Ame says:

    i was told by a specialist when she was 5 years old that her brain is always doing at least six different things at the same time, and if she is ever able to get all of those coordinated and managed and working together, she’ll be considered a genius everywhere.

    you know how people tell you that if you don’t use your brain you loose brain cells, or intelligence, or something? God gave me my aspie-girl … i swear she has worn my brain out till it actually hurts sometimes! 🙂

    but this is a little example. one of the things teachers were always so frustrated with is that she’s so smart and learns quickly, but getting her to a place where her mind is clear to teach her is frustrating. teachers would think it’s just telling her to show up and pay attention. ugh. if only. she has full-gut issues, so if something’s off there, everything’s off. then there’s her memory – she remembers everything but recall memory is sporadic, so it takes some time before she remembers and recalls the info she needs to do what she’s doing at the moment. then she’s severely dyslexic, so though she often knows how to do something correctly, she might misread a word or numbers – or, if she gets frustrated she just skips words and numbers and makes things up in her head. then there’s the sensory/setting issues, being easily distracted, needing music to keep part of her brain entertained so the part needed to focus on the current task isn’t disrupted … and she’s always in motion, which means higher probability of dropping something, breaking something, injuring herself – lots of spacial issues. then if her sleep gets off – which happens all the time … or if something she’s doing triggers a strong memory, usually of her dad, that disrupts her current thought processes and she can’t get back on track. … and the list goes on. and if you read through that whole thing, you’re probably really glad you don’t have to deal with that, and i don’t blame you! 🙂 🙂 🙂

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  80. SFC Ton says:

    May the Almighty God pour his blessing on y’all like rain

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  81. Ame says:

    “I think finding interesting and friendly people on the net has made my life much more entertaining. Too few like us in real life, I reckon.”


    glad i can occasionally provide some entertainment … my girls will roll their eyes at me when i share this with them 🙂 … gotta love teenage girls!

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  82. Ame says:

    sincere thanks.



  83. Spawny Get says:

    In memory of the career of Olney, the Richmond MP

    (She looks like Bingo)


  84. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I had no idea that seven out of ten prosecutions for licence evasion of the BBC were women.
    I am going to guess that is a direct reflection of who violates.


  85. Yoda says:

    A new post there is


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