Recently the Glorious Patriarch commented,

You leave men alone for long enough to be comfortable, show them on TV how women think life should be (soap opera style DRAMA) and see how many men want to build their life around a princess.

This is where you running your own business showed that you were different.

Show that you aren’t an AWALT ladies. Have a bedrock of competence, especially in traditionally female areas. Don’t associate with screaming harpies, because nothing sends a sensible man running for the hills faster than a witches convention of shrieking drama queens.

Followed up by MGTOW Horseman,

The big issue feminists don’t get is the Trust Issue??

You change course, you get attractive, you get skills, whatever.

How does a Mgtow, now free

Trust that its not all an Act?

Have you really changed or is it a tactical ploy.

A woman would have to be like RPG, years of actual observable hard work for no reason but herself and her accomplishments before I would ever trust that she is on our side.

Some individuals but a significant part of the herd never.

Lets say they do change and mean it.

They still have to overcome the mgtow lifestyle.

RPG: The biggest one being men realizing “wow, I don’t have to live to serve women? I can do my own thing? Awesome.

Think about it. Sex is what an hour every two days maybe? And half an hour after are you really that motivated by it to work for it again?

Where as fishing. You land a nice one. What do you do? Cast again.
That perfect click sound as the club strikes the golfball? Yes! Again!
I’m out, Dude pass me another clip!!

Sex and women are great. But up against “I can do my own thing?”

Honeys, you ain’t anywhere near That Good!!

Women can do lots of activities to increase their Marriage Market Value (MMV); act more feminine, dress nicely, not be a bitch, cook food, etc.  However, there is one hurdle that is difficult to handle; that of creating trust in her potential partner.  There are two main issues here: the typical mercurial nature of women (actually encouraged these days) and the legal system that is stacked against a husband.  To a thinking man, it is just about impossible for a woman to overcome these hurdles.

So what is a woman to do?  She could set her sights on a non-thinking man, typically young and naive, thinking with his small head.  But what if she sets her sights on a thinking man, often someone older and maybe wiser, what is she to do?  Is there a solution?  Do the stars have to perfectly align?  Let us hear of possible solutions.

Posted in FarmBoy, Feminism, Marriage, NAWALT
62 comments on “Trust
  1. RichardP says:

    “So what is a woman to do? … what if she sets her sights on a thinking man, often someone older and maybe wiser …

    Why would someone who intends to never be called to account ever do something like that. Of what value is wisdom in someone else when that other wisdom could be used to challenge her actions and thoughts.

    Far better to just use her sexy and get pregnant. It’s worked for thousands of years.


  2. Yoda says:

    In older days the system enforced trust it did.
    Both the community and laws this would be.
    Theses days, not so much it is

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  3. Yoda says:

    Many posts at once there are.
    Must have been a malfunction it was
    Perhaps the work of the Dark Side it is

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  4. SFC Ton says:


    Ford trucks, Harley Davidson motorcycles, Colt rifles, the Ranger next to me and Game dogs

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  5. JDG says:

    And sammiches. Don’t forget the sammiches.

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  6. Yoda says:

    JDG reveals the truth he does

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  7. BuenaVista says:

    1) Women turn on a dime and then the legal system takes over in their interest.

    2) Women celebrate today a culture of capricious, dramatic behavior. If you get tired of it, the legal system takes over in their interest.

    3) Divorced women repeat the same five “I was abused” talking points. (The legal system cleaned up after them, in their interest.) If anyone you interview robotically says the same five things, do you trust that you’re getting good intel?

    4) Offer a monogamous relationship to a woman, but stipulate separate bank accounts and houses, and watch her demonstrate point 2), above. That’s because she’s being asked to forfeit the option to have the legal system take over in her interest. Affection and loyalty and lots of hurly-burly are insufficient currencies.

    5) Engagement rings: social pecking order totems only meaningful to women. Oddly, if the marriage fails, the legal system takes over and defends her property rights. (“It was a gift and hence irrevocable, and if you don’t like it you shouldn’t have been abusive.”) How stupid are engagement rings? Does anyone trust that they signify anything meaningful (other than, “My boyfriend spent more on me than yours did on you, tee-hee-hee”)?

    6) Women are traders, men are long term investors. Both parties are essential in the modern economy. Guess where the traders get their money? From the people who accumulate capital over the long term.


    I’ve known two women since 2000 who strike me as good prospects for a long term relationship; do I trust that things couldn’t change radically between years 5-7? No I don’t. Getting nude selfies from women in the first year of the marriage will do this to you. Getting hit on by two married women while you watch a football game smelling like a hog barn and getting stewed will do that to you. Having health issues, as occurs to hard-living men (e.g., my left hand is slowly going numb from neuropathy, nighttime balance issues from a brain injury, ) in their maturity, casts a long shadow of major doubt.

    Most of us have heard a woman say, “I didn’t sign up for this!” It’s not a confusing situation. SIW are celebrated for doing Eat Pray Love, moreso than honoring the primary commitments of love and fealty. Then the legal system takes over and rewards them. I’m only rebuilding my balance sheet three times in this life. It’s a pain in the ass, and I should still be married to my college sweetheart. Speaking of whom, she’s not affectionate, but she wants to have sex. I guess she prefers being desirable over being loved; I do trust that won’t change.

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  8. BuenaVista says:

    My SuperDuty can pull a car out of the ditch, eezy-peezy, and I carry tow straps, accordingly. My ex-wives did their best to *put* me in the ditch. I’m not very smart, but I sense it’s better not to be in the ditch. I trust a diesel and tow straps won’t let me down, take my money, or criminalize my relationship with my children. It’s really special that simply being a father is grounds for criminal prosecution.

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  9. Farm Boy says:

    As of 2014, Harvard Law’s Title IX training for its disciplinary board included Campbell’s PowerPoint slides. Janet Halley, a professor at Harvard Law School, wrote of the intended effect of the training on recipients: “It is 100% aimed to convince them to believe complainants, precisely when they seem unreliable and incoherent.”

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  10. SFC Ton says:

    Super-Duty? Thought you were a dodge and Cummins sort of fellow


  11. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    It sounds like Campbell has argued very effectively to make questionable testimony acceptable. Feminists want convictions and they don’t care if all the men are innocent. I am not sure how to counter this.

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  12. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    As to trust, it is hard to recover. Women broke the social contract, not men, and there have been no consequences, yet.

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  13. Farm Boy says:

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  14. Farm Boy says:

    At least Balock has his eyes pointing in the same direction

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  15. Farm Boy says:

    Gibson’s Bakery in Oberlin, Ohio, has been in business since 1885.

    It sells a variety of baked goods along with wine and other foods.

    On November 9, 2016, Gibson’s employees noticed what they thought was a person shoplifting two bottles of wine hidden in his jacket. That alleged shoplifter was a black Oberlin College student. When they attempted to stop and photograph him, they were attacked by several other people accompanying the student.

    The police were called. The Oberlin town police department has posted the Incident Reportonline, reflecting the arrest of the alleged shoplifter and two others involved in the scuffle….

    What could have been a simple shoplifting incident and arrest created a firestorm when Oberlin College students, including the Black Student Union, Student Senate and College Democrats, alleged racial profiling and launched a boycott of Gibson’s. Protests were launched outside the bakery ….

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  16. Farm Boy says:

    So she could keep at least one eye on them

    Hillary Clinton was so confident of victory last year that she bought a second house next to her residence in Chappaqua, New York, to accommodate White House staff during presidential retreats there.

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  17. Farm Boy says:

    Florida police have warned people not to fire their weapons at Hurricane Irma after thousands responded to a Facebook event.

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  18. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    I wonder if school administrators will see the correlation between SJW activity and declining enrollment? We can always hope.

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  19. Yoda says:

    Wonder if mindlessly swinging my light saber at the hurricane ok it is I do

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  20. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Your light sabre is not sending projectiles at supersonic speed into who knows where. Less harm it must cause.


  21. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Something from Pukeko well worth reading.

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  22. BuenaVista says:

    Gibson’s has awesome whole wheat donuts.

    I have the Ford with the IH diesel. It’s simple and bulletproof. I was in a prepper frame of mind, plus I like Case IH.


  23. Farm Boy says:

    Lena Dunham is a girl of many talents. Lying, posing for heinously unattractive photos, molesting and giving away loving canine family members because they are inconvenient to her lifestyle are amongst those talents she possesses. We can now also add omnipotence to this list.

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  24. Farm Boy says:

    Along with Facebook, Microsoft and Apple, these companies are in a race to become our “personal assistant.” They want to wake us in the morning, have their artificial intelligence software guide us through our days and never quite leave our sides. They aspire to become the repository for precious and private items, our calendars and contacts, our photos and documents. They intend for us to turn unthinkingly to them for information and entertainment while they catalogue our intentions and aversions. Google Glass and the Apple Watch prefigure the day when these companies implant their artificial intelligence in our bodies. Brin has mused, “Perhaps in the future, we can attach a little version of Google that you just plug into your brain.”

    More than any previous coterie of corporations, the tech monopolies aspire to mold humanity into their desired image of it. They think they have the opportunity to complete the long merger between man and machine — to redirect the trajectory of human evolution.


  25. Farm Boy says:

    For too many years and on too many campuses, sexual assaults were ignored or even covered up, particularly if star athletes were involved. With a shove from the Obama administration in 2011, universities have changed their attitudes and their rules, seeking to confront a crime that many consider an epidemic on campus.

    But some colleges have gone too far. They’ve denied students accused of assault even a modicum of the due process rights guaranteed by the Constitution. At many universities, they are not presumed innocent, not promised adequate notice of the charges against them, and denied the right to cross-examine their accusers.

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  26. Spawny Get says:

    Far-far-far-right Farage speaks to far-far-far-right AfD (Alternative for Germany)

    Just watched it, good speech. No Far-far-far-right anything in it.

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  27. Spawny Get says:

    That blonde I dated was over the moon when she completed a jigsaw in 6 months. On the box it said 2–4 years.

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  28. Farm Boy says:

    But Clinton also has scores to settle with those whom she says kept her from the White House.

    Former FBI Director James Comey, Russian meddling and the media — she singles out several journalists by name — come in for a beating, while she also lays blame at the feet of Bernie Sanders, Green Party nominee Jill Stein, Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, sexism and the electoral system itself.

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  29. Farm Boy says:

    Barrows Hall is named after the university’s president from 1919 to 1923, David Barrows, an anthropologist who served as superintendent of schools in Manila when the Philippines became a U.S. colony, according to the University of California Academic Senate’s biography in memoriam.

    The Daily said his academic work was informed by “white supremacist ideology.” In 2015 the Black Student Union demanded the name’s removal among other high-priced demands, calling Barrows an “imperialist by way of anthropology [who] participated in perpetuating American colonialism.”

    So it turns out that David Barrows wasn’t actually a slaveholder. In fact, he wasn’t around for the Civil War. But he was an anthropologist. (And you know how those people are, I’m sure.) Guilty of, er… imperialism by way of anthropology, he clearly needs to be wiped from the history books.

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  30. Farm Boy says:

    “Today is the anniversary of an event that changed America forever, one that we’ll be talking about for a long time: One year ago today, Hillary Clinton was unceremoniously tossed into the back of an SUV like a sack of fertilizer, and that pretty much ended her presidential campaign right there. And she lost a shoe.”

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  31. Yoda says:

    And she lost a shoe

    Cinderella she is not.

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  32. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Hillary is just not going to go away.

    I wonder if the the Flight Attendants Union could sue Lena for defamation? Seriously, specious complaints is a problem for people who work with the public.

    Good find that USA Today is characterizing campus courts as kangaroo courts. It is getting out to the mainstream.


  33. SFC Ton says:

    Hildabeest ain’t going no where so long as there is money left to grub

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  34. Yoda says:

    How much money need she does?


  35. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I just got through with the Nigel speech. It is a small world that he can address them in English and be understood. Nothing controversial. Nothing unreasonable.

    I don’t know how much money is enough for Hillary. I don’t think she knows either.


  36. SFC Ton says:

    How much money was enough for Pablo Escobar ? The Rothchilds? Soros? etc etc


  37. Yoda says:

    But a politician she is.
    Supposed to be about public service she is.
    About the betterment of humankind the goal would be

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  38. Farm Boy says:

    Dear Editors,

    You might be interested to learn, that your websites have been almost blacklisted by Google. “Almost blacklisted” means that Google search artificially downranks results from your websites to such extent that you lose 55% – 75% of possible visitors traffic from Google. This sitution is probably aggravated by secondary effects, because many users and webmasters see Google ranking as a signal of trust.

    This result is reported in my paper published in WUWT. The findings are consistent with multiple prior results, showing Google left/liberal bias, and pro-Hillary skew of Google search in the elections.

    I write to all of them to give you opportunity to discuss this matter among yourselves. Even if Google owes nothing to your publications, it certainly owes good faith to the users of its search.

    Intentionally hiding conservative and/or libertarian websites from the customers is an obvious breach of good faith.

    Those of you who do not know me are welcome to visit at Climate Realism Against Alarmism.

    The almost blacklisted domains:

    Best regards,
    Leo Goldstein

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  39. Farm Boy says:

    Silicon Valley titans, suggests Farhad Manjoo of the New York Times, are really quite liberal. But there is one major exception to their liberalism: They aren’t very fond of regulation. Especially, one might add, regulation aimed at the tech industry.

    This supposition is based on a single paper that is still under peer review. But I suspect that Manjoo was willing to write about it because it fits his anecdotal impression of these people, counterexamples like Peter Thiel notwithstanding. It certainly fits with mine. . . .

    Why is the tech-industry so government-friendly? And why, if they think that government would do such a splendid job at regulating the distribution of wealth in society, do they not think that it would do an equally splendid job regulating them?

    One reason that Silicon Valley moguls may be more redistribution-friendly than the old robber-barons has to do with a fundamental difference between their industries. The Gilded Age tycoons had largely come up in businesses that had considerable variable cost to their operations. If you wanted to make more steel, you had to hire more workers, buy more iron ore and coal, and pay railroads to ship all those raw materials in, and your finished product out.

    Heavy taxation would thus considerably cut into your production. You couldn’t buy so many raw materials; you couldn’t afford so many workers; you would not be able to ship as much finished product to your customers. Taxation, in other words, had very high costs, not just to your personal wealth, but to the means by which you produced more of it. It’s true that if everyone had to pay the tax, your relative position among your fellow millionaires probably wouldn’t slip much. But the absolute amount you could produce would fall.

    Silicon Valley, on the other hand, is among a growing number of industries where the variable cost approaches zero. Once you’ve written the software, you can sell a thousand copies or a million with barely any difference in the amount of money you have to spend on operations. A friend recently pointed out the curious dilemma that Google has: it has a core business that throws off enormous sums of cash and needs relatively little investment to keep doing so, and at the same time, it’s hard to imagine that anything they invested that cash in could generate a similarly massive income stream. The same could be said of Facebook.

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  40. Farm Boy says:

    There has been one silver lining for Wax: support has poured in from people around the country. She has received quiet whispers of support at Penn, but the real show of support “has come from ordinary citizens, from the forgotten man, and many have been quite thoughtful and intelligent. I have learned—although I already knew—the progressive professoriat really is despised by a good part of the citizenry. People believe that the elite academy is destroying our country, and what’s good about it.”

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  41. Farm Boy says:

    In February, the American Association of University Women published a report arguing that the burden of student loan debt falls unfairly on women. The report claims that women borrow more money to attend college and face more difficulties in loan repayment.

    Titled “Deeper in Debt: Women and Student Loans,” the report quickly garnered coverage from national media outlets, including Fortune, The New York Times, Quartz, Jezebel, Refinery29, Marketwatch, and Teen Vogue. Each used the report as a bellwether of women’s lack of parity in society.

    However, the study — and its implications for the student loan debate — deserves far more scrutiny.

    The data presented by the AAUW show that women do indeed have more student loan debt than men, but the difference is small. Upon the completion of a four-year degree, AAUW claims that women hold about $1,500 more in student loan debt than men. Considering that the average student loan burden is about $30,000 to $40,000 in the United States, this $1,500 disparity is fairly insignificant.

    It only amounts to about $375 per year — about a dollar per day.

    The real trouble comes after graduation. According to the AAUW report, women are 10% more likely to have difficulties paying their loans off, and are also more likely to default. These difficulties, compounded with the fact that women are more likely to attend college in the first place, result in women holding nearly two-thirds of the nation’s student loan debt.

    While this disparity may seem like the result of a cruel ploy by the patriarchy, there’s no evidence to substantiate the argument that women are hapless victims of a “misogynist” student loan system.

    Loans are consensual financial agreements. While the enthusiastic and affirmative consent standard doesn’t apply here, both women and men must agree to the amount of loans they take out. Colleges cannot force students to take out loans.

    Considering there is zero evidence of gender discrimination in student loan packages, it’s likely that the student loan gender gap is actually more likely due to women’s choices rather than discriminatory loan practices.

    What decisions do students make that impact how much loan debt they end up with? Let’s speculate, since there’s little data on this. First: women may be more likely to use loans to help finance purchases like clothes, dorm decorations, and school supplies. While these decisions may seem small, they can add up to a few thousand dollars compounded over four years.

    (From personal observation: I just moved into my senior year dorm. The room decoration disparity alone could explain much of the student loan gap, as many young men here seem content with just a mattress on the floor! Meanwhile, my female friends and I are taking multiple trips to home decor shops and buying exotic house plants.)

    Second: not only might women spend more, but they also might be choosing to work less, and in fields that pay less.

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  42. Yoda says:

    Pointing in the same direction her eyes are


  43. Yoda says:

    Or are they?
    Decide you must


  44. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Twice a day a stopped clock is correct.

    Farm Boy,
    When woman start defaulting on student loans, it will cascade through out the economy. There is more that one trillion out there.


  45. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Robert Reich was Secretary of Labor under Clinton and ended up at teaching at UC Berkeley. I used to like him.
    Maybe he is just defending academia. My thought is that if it violates people’s civil rights on a regular basis, it deserves to be shut down.


  46. Yoda says:

    Reich is as stupid as short he is

    Liked by 1 person

  47. Spawny Get says:

    Speaking of food

    I burnt my Hawaiian pizza tonight. Should have put it in Aloha setting

    Liked by 1 person

  48. Yoda says:

    Fifteen years ago read a Robert Reich book on the EU I did.
    Read it in the bookstore so no money of mine receive he would
    Guaranteed that the EU become unstoppable juggernaut it would.
    Laughed much i would
    For knew better I did

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  49. Yoda says:

    The only guarantee about the EU is that Jean-Claude misses his drinks not

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  50. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I used to see Robert Reich go head to head on CNBC a lot. Both parties were lucid. Every day, the bear learns something new.

    The only guarantee is that if Jean Claude quits drinking, a big headache he will have.


  51. Farm Boy says:

    So basically, Hillary would have won, if not for that meddling Constitution, and people noticing she commits a lot of crimes, and a couple of Penis People running against her.

    Absent her crimes, the Constitution, and any opponents whatsoever — Her Majesty wins in a walk.

    Or a stumble.


  52. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    It is good that Hillary lost. A bad candidate she was.


  53. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Interesting news form Japan. Their central bank is buying debt and there is nor problem in the economy. Effectively, they are negating debt. The last that I heard, they had 240% of their GDP in debt.


  54. Farm Boy says:

    I used to see Robert Reich go head to head on CNBC a lot

    I dunno about "head to head". Perhaps more like "head to chest".


  55. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Short he is. Television is a great medium to mask this. On CNBC he used to take the liberal side in a debate with another regular. I have forgotten his opponent’s name.


  56. Yoda says:

    Like clockwork, liberals attacked DeVos, but one liberal civil rights attorney took it to another level. Rob Ranco, a partner at Texas-based Carlson Law Firm said he’s be “ok” if DeVos were sexually assaulted.


  57. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I guess that the right wings are served at all the sports bars.

    It is odd to see her eyes looking in the same direction.

    He should have known better. Betsy DeVos did not deserve that. Hate is overcoming good sense.


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