Now They Are Starting To Worry


From here,

Today millions of people, disproportionately young men, are similarly caught in the throes of video games, which are far more enticing than their 1990s counterparts and often involve many players engaging at once. The hand-eye coordination of these men is no doubt impressive, plus they form friendships and learn to work through problems in teams.

The problem is that for many young men, video games have become a substitute for living. They’re so addictive and soul-consuming that they’re unlike other leisure activities. Every hour spent on “Ghost Recon” or “Grand Theft Auto V” is an hour that could have been spent more productively.

Apparently the fellas themselves do not matter, but their potential productivity does.  This gives the game away (so to speak),

Let us examine the situation further.  The latest game consoles have enormous CPU processing and 3D graphics horsepower.  Both the Sony PS4 and Microsoft Xbone are currently being upgraded to handle 4K televisions.  The internet connecting the  gamers systems for the sake of online play is fast and cheap.  The AAA game companies spend as much as blockbuster movies on production for a single game, and it shows.

The cost (especially on a per hour basis) of playing awesome games with your buddies on your team against other teams is minimal.  Furthermore, this is what fellas like doing.  It is built in.  Women seek tingles; this is perhaps the male equivalent, via hunting as groups.  In fact, if men were doing the bad-ass things that they were doing in games in real life, they probably would be generating tingles in women.  Alas, playing games is not going to generate tingles in the ladies, though it is much safer.  Suffice it to say that young men can get hooked on this, with little reason to strive in any other area.

Of course, young men are suppose to chase after young women.  They do have the thirst after all.  Well, a funny thing has happened there; modern young women are often not particularly appealing, along with the fact that many are ignoring young men.  So what is a young fella to do?  Well, there is self-serve.  Naturally enough, the act is not as good as the real thing, but there is much less cost in both time and money.  Those resources can be placed into something that gives satisfaction hour after hour, the totally awesome modern video games.

So the balance sheet is looking like this:

Guaranteed hours of satisfaction playing video games along with timely cheap ersatz relief — looking good

Lots of time, effort, work to obtain significant resources in order to perhaps successfully attract a girl who might not have any other positive attribute other than her body — looking kind of iffy.

Watch for calls to ban video games in the future

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111 comments on “Now They Are Starting To Worry
  1. They don’t understand that it is not just about sex drive.

    Men want STIMULATION.

    It can be sex, achievement, exercise, adrenaline, etc.

    It can be found many ways. Video games is just one, adventure sports for some, into the wild hiking is another. But the media and womenz, cooped up in the cities, think sex is the only stimulation and so bank everything on it.

    Come in from a good workout, a close game of ball, a successful hunt. Is sex really top of mind?

    The drive is for stimulation and stress relief. There used to be no real competition for the sex drive. Now there is competition.

    Its not just other women. Its the surf board, trips into the Smokey Mountains, Fallout 4.

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  2. Also the meme is the guy in the basement playing for hours.

    The threat is the solid twenty something with a job, likely his own house, a car.
    But instead of spending 2 hours thursday, friday, saturday nights finding a woman, he is playing ball, going camping, shooting, gaming.

    Its the loss of girl chasing as a recreation that is the threat.

    Cause you dont spend much disposable income, comparitively, on gaming/sports.

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  3. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Worry they should. It is not so much video games, it is all the distractions that keep the boys from dwelling on it. Women have, in general, been as mean as they could be to men and boys and that has given us pause to think. There is no excuse for us to be treated as we have by what should be our partners in life.
    Granted, there are exceptions. NAWALT applies, but there are too few of them.

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  4. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Women have bet the stack on that they can leverage men through their libido. There is a limit to everything. After this, there are no more chips for them to play.

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  5. Also notice many bachelors actually have their own homes unlike bachelorettes?

    I know several guys with small two bedroom houses, well kept, maintained. I can’t think of a woman I know who doesn’t either rent an apartment or have a condo.

    Likely cause men like fixing houses, women are scared of the work.

    Imagine. Good guy. 28. Homeowner. Makes 40k. Car. Boat or 4 wheeler. Dog. Disposable income.

    Doesn’t have social media, hasn’t been in a bar since college and spends Friday night with the guys.

    What do you sell him? What do you tax?
    Its….its…intolerable.

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  6. Farm Boy says:

    Some gamers have a good bit of disposable income and some don’t. Either way, games provide engaging enjoyment for hours at a time

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  7. Farm Boy says:

    Yes, what do you tax?

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  8. From the article

    They’re so addictive and soul-consuming that they’re unlike other leisure activities. Every hour spent on “Ghost Recon” or “Grand Theft Auto V” is an hour that could have been spent more productively.

    Leisure activities….could have been spent more productively

    Um productive leisure

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  9. From here

    http://nypost.com/2017/07/05/why-more-young-men-arent-working-video-games/

    Men ages 21 to 30 spent 203 fewer hours working in 2015 than they did in 2000, a decline of 12 percent, according to the researchers’ analysis of Bureau of Labor Statistics data. But men ages 31 to 55 saw less of a decline, 163 fewer hours in 2015 than 2000, down 8 percent. The researchers included schooling as a form of employment, so they concluded the decline among younger men did not happen because more of them were attending school rather than working.

    To figure out why young men’s hours dropped so much, the researchers studied the Bureau of Labor Statistics annual time use survey, which reports how Americans spend their time through the years, between 2012 and 2015, compared to 2004 to 2007. Between those two periods, young men increased their leisure hours about the same amount they dropped their working hours, the researchers found.


    But how they filled that leisure time was more surprising. The time spent playing video and computer games makes up about 75 percent of that increased leisure time for men in that age demographic.

    One reason: Once young men purchase the console and game, they can spend many additional hours playing it at no extra cost, unlike visiting a restaurant or movie theater, which costs money each time, he said.

    Young men also reported increased amounts of happiness during the 2000s, despite problems including stagnant wages, declining job opportunities and increased likelihood of living with parents and other relatives, the researchers said. They attributed that to men’s increased satisfaction with their leisure time, video and computer games included. “When you like leisure more, that has some effects on how much you’re willing to work,” Hurst said.

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  10. When you like leisure more, that has some effects on how much you’re willing to work,” Hurst said.

    That goes for womenz too.

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  11. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    It seems to me the whole bit about harping on video games is about shaming young men to fulfill roles that that would benefit women and society, who would throw these men under the bus for the least imagined offense.
    I don’t think that shame is going to work any more. Not when all paths have had their dignity removed.

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  12. SFC Ton says:

    Again I don’t see the economic angle being covered very well. Men “know” it takes money to court bitches and the economy makes sure there isn’t decent work for most young men

    Really it doesn’t take money, it takes game but that’s another topic

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  13. Cautiously Pessimistic says:

    Men ages 21 to 30 spent 203 fewer hours working in 2015 than they did in 2000, a decline of 12 percent, according to the researchers’ analysis of Bureau of Labor Statistics data. But men ages 31 to 55 saw less of a decline, 163 fewer hours in 2015 than 2000, down 8 percent.

    Gosh, I’m sorry the mule you’ve been starving isn’t responding to the whip like it once did. Doubling down will probably do the trick. Chin up, slugger.

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  14. Farm Boy says:

    That fact that men believe that it takes money to court women affects behavior. That’s what counts

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  15. Farm Boy says:

    Freedom is just another name for “Nothing left to lose”

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  16. SFC Ton says:

    Also funny as hell as the left eats the left

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  17. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    The part that gets to me is that it is expected that men will continue to produce when all the incentive is removed. In the mad rush to hand benefits to women at the expense of men, they forgot where wealth came from.

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  18. Farm Boy says:

    Students at Sarah Lawrence College, a posh, private liberal arts college in New York consistently ranked one of the most expensive colleges in the nation, recently called on peers and others to pay female campus activists for their “emotional labor.”

    https://pjmedia.com/trending/2017/08/02/college-protesters-demand-peers-pay-them-for-emotional-labor/

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  19. BuenaVista says:

    My sister went to Sarah Lawrence. At the time it was often referred to as “an open-air sanatorium.” So it was a thought leader: that description now fits at least the super-majority of American campuses.

    ***

    I don’t know anything about gaming culture, but I do have an adult son. After being raised by his mother, educated by women, and going to college where he learned about toxic masculinity, he graduated early and got in his Golf and drove 2000 miles to Montana — where he spends every available moment in the high mountains taking insane risks.

    I think there’s information in that. Perhaps the gaming culture is an inevitable reaction by young men to the notion that they need to pursue activities where they are told what to do, think and feel by women. Because for a lot of them, that’s all they’ve ever known.

    It’s not slowing down, incidentally. I told someone on Twitter a few days ago that I didn’t care if I offended her, I’ll have my opinions and don’t need to be told if they are a “problem”, and is she 12 years old? (I used no profanity.) Evidently she reported this as cyber violence. Twitter suspended me for a day and demanded I delete the tweet. This is how Nurse Ratchet would run a fourth grade class. It permeates the media, popular arts, corporations, even so-called conservative venues. We’re living now in a world where women — to your face — will tell you that they are defining and enforcing the rules of civility.

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  20. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    That activists would request to be paid by their colleges is hard to swallow. The good news is that they are tired of eating Top Ramen. They may find jobs and stop bothering people. We can only hope for it to happen.

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  21. Farm Boy says:

    O’Donnell tweeted, “Women should form our own party” if the Democrats support pro-life congressional candidates:

    http://www.breitbart.com/big-hollywood/2017/08/02/rosie-odonnell-women-should-form-our-own-party-if-dems-back-pro-life-candidates/

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  22. Farm Boy says:

    An excellent example is the establishment at Purdue University (once informally called the “MIT of the Midwest”) of a whole School of Engineering Education. What is this school’s purpose? Its website tells us that it “envisions a more socially connected and scholarly engineering education. This implies that we radically rethink the boundaries of engineering and the purpose of engineering education.”

    I have always thought my own education in engineering was as scholarly as possible. Once I became a professor, I never worried about how “socially connected” the education we provided at Michigan State for engineering students was. With trepidation, I read on to see if I was missing something important. I learned to my dismay that Purdue’s engineering education school rests on three bizarre pillars: “reimagining engineering and engineering education, creating field-shaping knowledge, and empowering agents of change.”

    https://www.jamesgmartin.center/2017/08/engineering-education-social-engineering-rather-actual-engineering/

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  23. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    I think that Rosie O’Donnell should be given encouragement to start a women’s party. Immediately, we can see how effective this will be based on the success that the Women’s Equality Party experienced in the last UK general election. In the long run, it will make feminists look like the self centered deserters that they are. Finally, it will break the stranglehold that feminists have on the Democratic Party.

    Odd that someone from Moo U. should see that corruption of Purdue by SJWs as something disgraceful. Purdue is responsible for producing most of the astronauts.

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  24. Farm Boy says:

    Astronauts were then. This is now

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  25. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    Do you think that SJWs have lost sight of why colleges were brought about in the first place? Education at a level greater that high school would be needed to produce clergy and engineers.

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  26. SFC Ton says:

    Paying some one to start a legit women’s party would be a brilliant bit of politics from the left

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  27. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Such language out of Piglet? Where did he learn this?

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  28. SFC Ton says:

    Pooh is a bad influence. Most bears are with all that picinc basket stealing and all 😉

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  29. Yoda says:

    Global Warming solution suggests itself it does.
    Al Gore homeless he should be

    On Friday, Al Gore’s sequel to “An Inconvenient Truth” – “An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power” – arrives in movie theaters across the country. But there’s another inconvenient sequel worth noting and, like most sequels, this one is even worse than the original.

    Gore’s hypocritical home energy use and “do as I say not as I do” lifestyle has plunged to embarrassing new depths.

    In just this past year, Gore burned through enough energy to power the typical American household for more than 21 years, according to a new report by the National Center for Public Policy Research. The former vice president consumed 230,889 kilowatt hours (kWh) at his Nashville residence, which includes his home, pool and driveway entry gate electricity meters. A typical family uses an average of 10,812 kWh of electricity per year, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration.

    http://dailycaller.com/2017/08/02/exclusive-al-gores-home-devours-34-times-more-electricity-than-average-u-s-household/

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  30. Yoda says:

    Like cats and dogs more than Al Gore I do

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  31. Yoda says:

    Know this I did not

    Amber Rudd has said “real people” do not want secure end-to-end encryption on messaging services.

    The Home Secretary will warn internet giants today that terrorists are misusing their platforms when she visits Silicon Valley.

    https://uk.news.yahoo.com/amber-rudd-claims-apos-real-092951414.html

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  32. thedeti says:

    “Guaranteed hours of satisfaction playing video games along with timely cheap ersatz relief — looking good”

    100% return on investment. I will get what I want 100% of the time. Every time I play a video game I will get my return. The risks are relatively low – wasted time, obesity, unattractiveness.

    Lots of time, effort, work to obtain significant resources in order to perhaps successfully attract a girl who might not have any other positive attribute other than her body — looking kind of iffy.

    15% to 20% return on investment, and that’s on a good day. I will get what I want, maybe, MAYBE, 20% of the time AT BEST. Every time I pursue a woman I will get a return maybe once out of 8 tries, once out of 5 tries on my best days. And the risks are enormous – potential sexual harassment claim. Potential false rape claim. Wasted money. HUGE amounts of wasted money. Wasted time that could have been spent on activity with greater ROI and rate of return.

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  33. thedeti says:

    Further required investment in women: Diet. Weight loss. Lifting weights. Grooming. Clothing. Development of social skills. Development of real life social network. Requires immense amount of time investment. Requires years of time and effort. Requires money investment in clothes, grooming, club membership and food.

    Money outlay: Tens of thousands of dollars.

    Time outlay: At least one year, probably 2 or 3.

    Required investment in video games: an internet connection. A gaming console. Purchase of discs or subscriptions.

    Money outlay: $1600/year: ($50/month high speed internet, $50/month subscription, $350 gaming console, upgraded every year.)

    Time outlay: As much or as little as I want.

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  34. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    A silly article, but of interest to Farm Boy it should be.
    http://dailycaller.com/2017/08/02/the-new-york-post-foolishly-thinks-boobs-were-unpopular/

    Yoda,
    I think that Al Gore’s household power consumption is a statement. A loud statement. He is the manbearpig, or at least a huge energy pig. This is the best example of hypocrisy I have seen for a long time.

    I think Amber Rudd does not want the public to have secure encryption. Why she wants to read everyone’s mail is beyond me.

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  35. Yoda says:

    What most women and Anakin Skywalker have in common they do?

    Both bad investments they are

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  36. SFC Ton says:

    I see various game consoles in pawn shops all the time. Same with games so I am not sure the equipment is even that costly. Though high speed interwebz runs me a lot more them $50

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  37. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    After reading Deti’s comment, it made me realize that the Return On Investment that women provide to men is totally within control of women. That it is so abysmal is their fault. If it were better, both men and women would benefit. The cost to women would be negligible.

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  38. Yoda says:

    This patient didn’t get the happy ending he was looking for.

    A Swedish man was undergoing a phalloplasty, or penile elongation and girth enhancement procedure, when things went south, doctors revealed.

    http://nypost.com/2017/07/31/mans-quest-for-bigger-penis-turns-deadly/

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  39. Yoda says:

    A new product created in a “desperate attempt to avoid using condoms” involves men using a sticker to seal their urethras shut during sex.

    https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation-now/2017/08/03/should-you-seal-your-penis-shut-jiftip-sticker-during-sex-its-risky-doctor-says/535588001/

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  40. Yoda says:

    Apparently talk one can not

    Actress and leftist activist Lena Dunham took to Twitter early Thursday morning to complain about American Airlines flight attendants she says were engaged in “transphobic talk” during a private conversation.

    http://www.breitbart.com/big-hollywood/2017/08/03/lena-extinction-white-men-dunham-whines-flight-attendants-transphobic-private-conversation/

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  41. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    I don’t think that I will be having any vanity surgery anytime soon. Yikes!

    As for Lena Dunham, I think that management at American Airlines should send her a $50 gift certificate to fly United.

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  42. Yoda says:

    404 >>>
    Thanks for the tip, listening now. Can someone fill me in on the #makeminemilkshake SJW feminist nonsense? I don’t know the backstory.

    In brief (tho not that brief):

    Marvel has hired mostly women as assistant editors. Since few women actually read comic books (and thus few would have the knowledge base of the genre to serve as assistant editors), this screams quotas.

    Some of them went out and took a selfie of them drinking milkshakes. Nothing objectionable.

    However, a few people — like, three — were generally annoyed at SJW marvel. The Diversity in Comics guy said “#FakeGeekGirls.” Just a bit of snark.

    This now became, of course, A CAUSE, because one thing the Social Justice Warriors like to do is take any mild crticism and call it ‘harassment,” which is exactly what they did.

    So then almost all other comic book types began tweeting #MakeMineMilkshake (a play on the old Marvel Comics “Mike Mine Marvel” sales catchphrase) in solidarity to these allegedly adult women who were “harassed” by a tweet that said “#FakeGeekGirls.”

    Even DC joined in to Virtue Signal.

    It became another #GamerGate for a few days. Maybe it’s still ongoing. Marvel is a dumpster fire right now and some speculate this is their way of trying to change the narrative.

    The parallels to gamegate are exact. “Empowered Adult Women” putting up the Bat-Signal for Soldiarity from Males over “harassment” that never happened, and then all the pasty neckbeard White Knights coming to the damsels’ aid.

    http://acecomments.mu.nu/?blog=86&post=370975#c27433123

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  43. Yoda says:

    Going back to Degoba I was
    TSA man beckoned me forward he would
    Said “I am not with United ” he did

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  44. Yoda says:

    If unfamiliar with TSA you are.
    Inspect passengers at airports they do

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  45. Yoda says:

    In contrast, countless articles covered a non-story about how a female Marvel Comics editor Heather Antos was supposedly harassed for taking a group selfie with a milkshake. One user commented that she and her friends resembled a stereotypical group of social justice warriors, prompting her to claim she was being “bullied, insulted, harassed, and targeted.”

    https://www.google.com/amp/amp.dailycaller.com/2017/08/02/left-blames-conservatives-for-online-harassment-ignores-real-problem/

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  46. Stephanie says:

    Now they are starting to worry… or is it, “Now they are starting to care”
    Apparently, it takes a husband dying… 😦 yuck!

    http://herviewfromhome.com/stop-being-a-butthole-wife/

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  47. Cill says:

    How to make a mountain out of a molehill:

    https://uk.news.yahoo.com/bugger-off-play-golf-other-013636462.html

    “It only took seven hours for the new leader of the New Zealand Labour party [Jacinda Ardern] to be publicly subjected to hoary stereotypes of sexist nonsense… There are certainly already legions of penis-bearing, bloviating nitwits who’ve been elevated far beyond their leadership capacity, with far less interrogation.”

    This vitriolic outburst was a feminist reporter’s reaction to a question asked of Ardern “Is it OK for a PM to take maternity leave while in office?”

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  48. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    The next time you need to travel to and from Degoba, maybe you can catch a lift from Luke? The thought of seeing a TSA agent put blue gloves on is horrifying.

    Milkshake women responsible for the near death of Marvel Comics they are?

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  49. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Stephanie,
    The butthole wife I doubt was much of a butthole. If she were, she would not be publishing her regrets. She is so fortunate to find a second husband and a lot of that must be due to her not being a butthole. Still, there is a good lesson in there for us all.

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  50. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Cill,
    No wonder the feminist went berserk. That is a legitimate question. No country has had to deal with it, yet. Feminists can’t deal with legitimate questions.

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  51. Yoda says:

    For some questions, if legitimate they are,
    Pretend that legitimate they are not we must

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  52. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Cognitive dissonance is to be avoided by avoiding the question. It sounds li9ke ostriches putting their heads in the sand, but ostriches don’t do that.

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  53. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Stephanie,
    This could stand as an example of a butthole wife.
    https://www.cnet.com/uk/news/marissa-mayer-reportedly-wants-another-ceo-job/

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  54. SFC Ton says:

    No wonder marvel sucks these days

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  55. SFC Ton says:

    There is miles of wet land across the street. Master Yoda can chill at my crib if he is missing the swamp life

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  56. Spawny Get says:

    Plenty of shite wet weather over my way too.

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  57. SFC Ton says:

    LOL we are having that perfect pre storm weather right now so I have been out and about enjoying life before the tropical storm hits

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  58. Farm Boy says:

    It is impossible to overstate the partisan jackassery of CNN, which is at once a product of the cynical, ratings-driven scumbaggery of its head Jeff Zucker and the pretentious liberalism of its “reporters,” almost all of whom come from Democratic circles. What an astonishing collection of frauds. With their anchormanish baritones, they try to hoodwink viewers into thinking they are “serious” journalists. But they are all just liberal activists playing reporters on TV. Jake Tapper was a Dem staffer. So was Jim Sciutto. Christiane Amanpour, last heard lecturing journalists on the need to drop “neutrality” in its coverage of Trump, is married to former Clinton staffer James Rubin. And the list goes on and on.

    Out of this ethos came Jim Acosta, who, thanks to Trump, has justly become the face of fake news. Acosta’s hectoring of Stephen Miller on Wednesday — behavior indistinguishable from a La Raza activist at a Trump rally — confirms once again the journalistic bankruptcy of Jeff Zucker’s CNN. Acosta doesn’t need any encouragement to be a demagogic jerk, but Zucker has no doubt flashed that green light to him.

    https://spectator.org/acosta-pulls-the-medias-mask-off/

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  59. Farm Boy says:

    Student activists gain license to harass and intimidate members of the Evergreen community in an effort to achieve their ends. Last Wednesday on two separate occassions I was followed by white students who yelled and cursed at me, accused me of not caring about black and brown bodies and claimed that if I did care I would follow their orders and join the protest in the library. They stood in front of me, blocking my way as I attempted to walk across campus.

    In the first occassion, three female students and one male who claimed to not be a student surrounded me with raised voices and twisted my words when I responded to them. When I stopped to try to talk with them they refused to actually engage in conversation. The only thing which they would accept was my obedience, which you won’t be surprised to learn I was not going to give. They followed me all the way across Red Square to Sem 2 [Seminar 2] while berating me. By the time I got to the venue for the faculty meeting, I was shaking.

    When I left the faculty meeting I was followed by two new students who were waiting outside the door for me. These two followed me and asserted that nothing I could possibly be doing was more important than following their orders. If I did have something important to do, I should tell them what it is so they could evaluate whether my decision to leave was valid. I tried to get them to question their own assumptions but they were incapable of engaging in dialogue. Their passions were running too high. High enough to violate principles on which this institution depends to exist at all.

    http://hotair.com/archives/2017/08/03/evergreen-professor-student-protesters-thing-accept-obedience/

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  60. Farm Boy says:

    It has become a feminist catechism that women must be “believed” when they make accusations of rape. As the University of Montana tells incoming freshmen, “almost no one lies.” But of course they do. The woman who spun the lurid tale to Rolling Stone about being gang raped at the University of Virginia invented every detail. The Duke lacrosse players were falsely accused.

    https://ricochet.com/446371/mattress-girl-discredited/

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  61. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    I wonder what it is going to take to get CNN to close its doors?

    The more you link about Evergreen, the more convinced I am that they should just shut down the campus. This should become standard operating procedure whenever SJWs take over. What is the point in continuing?

    With the Ricochet link, I guess the mainstream is beginning to learn that colleges exist only to promote kangaroo courts that torment male students? Well, at least they are aware of it.

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  62. Yoda says:

    “So I notice the dumb bunny feminists like to use the word ‘fearless’ to describe themselves. Like that stupid statue of the little girl in front of the Wall Street bull. They want to be thought of as courageous, but courageous doesn’t mean fearless, it means putting your fears aside and doing what honor and duty call you to do. ‘Fearless’ is a word used by cowardly people who don’t have a clue what courage actually is.”

    http://ace.mu.nu/archives/370976.php

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  63. So true they don’t care about the guys, just their productivity. Sad.

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  64. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Bloom,
    Thanks for the good word.

    Yoda,
    She should be behind bars. What is the hold up? It is not an issue of guilt or innocence.

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  65. Stephanie says:

    “The butthole wife I doubt was much of a butthole. If she were, she would not be publishing her regrets. She is so fortunate to find a second husband and a lot of that must be due to her not being a butthole. ”

    Fuzzie, she says she still treats her new husband in that same way sometimes… maybe it’s less now thankfully, but if someone tells you how they act (negatively), I’ve learned it’s a good lesson to believe them even if they’re joking. She was an asshole to her deceased husband, I think she knew it back then but just didn’t care enough to change. She regrets it and used it to make a popular post, but admits she still acts like an asshole to her *new* husband 😦

    It’s like admitting you were verbally and mentally abusive to your kids, then one of them dies in an accident, a mother writes about it with regret that she was abusive, but then admits she still verbally and mentally abuses her other kids. Just insane.

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  66. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Stephanie,
    I will take your word for it. Maybe, I am too much of an optimist, always setting myself up to be disappointed.

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  67. Yoda says:

    American Airlines launched an investigation to identify two of its employees after actress Lena Dunham informed the airline she had overheard a private conversation in which they’d engaged in “transphobic talk” — but after looking into the complaint, the airline said it could not “substantiate” it.

    http://www.breitbart.com/big-hollywood/2017/08/04/american-airlines-cant-substantiate-lena-dunhams-transphobic-complaint/

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  68. Yoda says:

    Exiled to the other side of Degoba they should be

    Southern California parents Priya Shah and Jaspret Brar are suing a private school for allegedly discriminating against their seven-year-old transgender child, Nicole (Nikki), who is biologically male but identifies as female.

    http://www.breitbart.com/california/2017/08/04/parents-sue-ca-christian-school-treating-8-year-old-transgender-girl-like-boy/

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  69. Yoda says:

    Feminists suddenly think the way men sit is a problem. With our legs spread out just a bit, making room for “the boys” and to be a bit more comfortable, we’re guilty of an “act of dominance that is the result of deep-rooted societal privilege borne of our patriarchal society.”

    Are they right?

    Yeah … I don’t think so, and I’m not alone. Science agrees:

    Here’s what happens when someone like me sits with my knees close together: The round ball at the top of the femur will pinch against the outside edge of the acetabulum (the hip socket), straining the labrum that lines the socket. To get into that position, I have to activate the adductor muscles on my inner thighs. That automatically triggers resistance from the abductor muscles on my outer thighs, creating tension that can reach all the way up into the lower back. The second I release the contraction, my thighs spring apart, leaving a gap of about 15 inches from the center of each kneecap, more than three-quarters of the distance to a proper manspread.
    Women, on the other hand, have a wider pelvis and thighbones that more naturally angle in toward the body’s midline, rather than away from it. Sitting with the knees close together is a stress-free position most of the time, although that changes during pregnancy, when the weight of the belly pushes the knees out.

    Differences in hip anatomy aren’t just gender-specific. They differ by your regional ancestry as well. One fascinating consequence of these differences, McGill says, is the close relationship between orthopedic disease rates and athletic ability. Poland, for example, is the epicenter of hip dysplasia — hips coming out of the socket. But because shallow hip sockets allow deep, ass-to-calves squats, Poland also produces a lot of great Olympic weightlifters.

    https://pjmedia.com/trending/2017/08/04/manspreading-is-science-not-sexism/

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  70. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    I think that American Airlines has a problem with Lena Dunham. She attempted to defame their business by telling a “story” about their employees. Two innocent employees could have been fired on her word. Maybe they should send her another $50 gift certificate to fly United?

    Bad parents they are. All this drama is of little benefit to the kid. Any judgment from a lawsuit will profit them, not the kid.

    I just realized something about manspreading, could feminists be trying to head off complaints about obese women taking up too much space on public transportation? It seems to be more of a problem in the air.

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  71. Yoda says:

    The only way to fix this problem is obviously by creating a towel for your boobs. Ta-Ta Towel, literally a towel for your ta-tas, is here to save the day.

    http://www.cosmopolitan.com/entertainment/a11458352/ta-ta-towel-for-boobs/

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  72. Farm Boy says:

    There’s really no family-friendly way to talk about this so consider yourself warned. A reporter for the NY Times thinks the NRA, in the form of spokesperson Dana Loesch, wants to sexually assault the NY Times. Adam Goldman who according to his Twitter bio covers the FBI and national security for the NY Times tweeted this today

    http://hotair.com/archives/2017/08/04/ny-times-reporter-claims-nra-wants-sexually-assault-ny-times-not-kidding/

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  73. Farm Boy says:

    Notice the author (march organizer Bob Bland) isn’t rebutting anything Weiss claimed to be true, she’s just saying the attack hurts the narrative and divides progressives. After some more progressive unity blather, the author concludes by saying Weiss is an apologist for the “white nationalist patriarchy.”

    http://hotair.com/archives/2017/08/04/womens-march-organizer-ny-times-critic-youre-apologist-white-nationalist-patriarchy/

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  74. Farm Boy says:

    Saying “I overheard a conversation” but giving no specifics might prompt American Airlines to send out a general notice to its employees to watch what they say while in the terminal—which is a little unsettling in itself. But giving specific information only has one purpose: to help the airline locate, identify, and punish these specific employees for holding politically incorrect views.

    It’s the hashtag #acrossfromthewinebar that sent chills down my spine. Dunham is acting like an informant working for a totalitarian police state—but boastfully, in public, on social media. With a hashtag.

    Undoubtedly, someone will point out that this isn’t really totalitarianism because these are all voluntary actions by private citizens and organizations, not the government.

    http://thefederalist.com/2017/08/04/lena-dunham-and-our-self-enforcing-police-state/

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  75. Farm Boy says:

    The FBI would not comment for the story but one of CNN’s anonymous sources says, “We were right on the edge of Constitutional legality.” This source adds, “We were monitoring news.”

    http://hotair.com/archives/2017/08/04/fbi-monitored-social-media-fake-news-election-day/

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  76. Farm Boy says:

    Because how, pray tell, could the world be a good place if middle-class flight attendants are allowed to talk to their friends at work in any way that gives this rich, famous public emoter a sad? What have we become, as a country, if millionaire, private-school progeny of Brooklyn art-scene families can’t have their exact conception of acceptable conversation reflected back to them during every minute of a flight delay?

    http://thefederalist.com/2017/08/04/lena-dunham-reporting-people-to-authorities-for-disagreeing-with-you-is-creepy-bullying-not-heroism/

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  77. Farm Boy says:

    Dunham tweeted around 3 a.m. ET, said the airline spokesperson, when American’s last departure/arrival at JFK was around 1:45 a.m. ET.
    Additionally, a video that Dunham posted around the same time showed that the actress was flying on Delta Air Lines, which according to the spokesperson, doesn’t operate out of Terminal 8, whereas American Airlines does. The two are not connected, argued the spokesperson.

    Dunham, however, doubled-down saying she only has to care about “my truth”

    http://twitchy.com/gregp-3534/2017/08/04/i-live-for-my-truth-lena-dunham-doubles-down-after-american-airlines-cant-substantiate-her-story/

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  78. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    After reading so much about Lena, and after hearing the story about her turning in her dog, it does seem as if she is very much a story teller. I would bet that all the airlines are sending her gift certificates for their competitors.

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  79. Yoda says:

    So basically a liar Ms. Dunham is

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  80. Yoda says:

    Lena and Lindy always problems on airlines they do have

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  81. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    A wicked thought I did have.
    Arrange for those two to be seatmates on a very long trip,
    Never hear the end of it we would.

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  82. Yoda says:

    Instead of passing the popcorn one would,
    Pass M&M’s instead one might

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  83. Yoda says:

    Arrange for those two to be seatmates on a very long trip,

    Difficulty trimming the aircraft the pilot would have

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  84. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Feminists in Australia have tried to import rape hysteria from America. They sent a survey to all university students. While ten percent responded, they only counted three percent.

    It’s bunk and everybody knows it. Will it pass as it has in America?

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  85. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    More from Lena,
    http://imgur.com/a/Kvyl5
    I have to wonder why feminists promote this lie? Women have to know that it is complete BS and they can’t believe that men are that stupid.

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  86. Yoda says:

    In May a USC student named Armann Karim Premjee was charged with rape after a sexual encounter with a female student. This week the charges against Premjee were dismissed after video surfaced showing the woman in question had signaled to her friend that she was going to have sex with him

    http://hotair.com/archives/2017/08/04/rape-case-usc-student-dismissed-judge-sees-security-video/

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  87. Farm Boy says:

    “Scruff,” a dating app for gay, bisexual, and transgender men, has warned gay conservative commentator Chadwick Moore for allegedly having a pro-Trump account biography.

    http://www.breitbart.com/tech/2017/08/04/scruff-gay-dating-app-warns-chadwick-moore-pro-trump-account-bio/

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  88. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    I went looking for the film “Passchendaele”. It is no longer available for free on YouTube. Still, it is a good movie, but has little to do with the battle. Most of it takes place in Calgary.

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  89. Yoda says:

    The biggest battle in Calgary is when Rough Riders face off against the Roughriders it is

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  90. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Rough Riders to Cuba they went.
    Get lost on the way back they did?
    Canadians very upset at this development they would be.
    Violation of territorial integrity it is.

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  91. Yoda says:

    Sometimes jokes write themselves they do

    Left-wing media darling, Chelsea Clinton, who is known for doing absolutely nothing in her life besides skate by with her ‘Clinton’ surname tweeted about little girls visiting their mothers in prison–and the internet responded accordingly

    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2017/08/chelsea-clinton-tweets-mothers-prison-twitter-responds/

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  92. Yoda says:

    one of the real strengths Trump has shown is his ability to goad the allegedly sane, sensible, responsible Permanent Coastal Privilege Party into revealing that it is actually none of those things.

    https://pjmedia.com/trending/2017/08/05/trump-vs-the-permanent-coastal-privilege-party/

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  93. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    Chelsea put her foot in it. Go, internet, Go!!!
    I am glad t know that I am not alone in my ambitions for Hillary.
    Anyway, Chelsea would be a good daughter if she did visit her mom.

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