From Dalrock’s, Deti says,

In a famous experiment done by Dr. Warren Farrell, the women were compelled to do the approaching to men they fancied. They couldn’t do it, some got physically ill from the heebie jeebies.

Because the two things women are most afraid of are judgment and rejection, and approaching men they like opens them up and makes them incredibly vulnerable to both.

Apparently women don’t like to be judged.  We have all heard this numerous times.  You are a bad person if you do so; or so they tell you.  But I do think that if women are judged positively, they rather do like it.  Go Figure.

My older brother was in high school during the late 60’s hippie era.  He was a follower of this fellow student who went to the school board and demanded that the school should stop issuing grades on report cards.  The school board chairman told him, “Son, you are going to be judged all of your life, on the job and everywhere else. You might as well get used to it”.  That put an end to that silliness.

So, yes young men, all men, expect to be judged.  By other men, by women, by bosses, by society, by everything,  They learn this young in sporting activities and in just doing stuff with the guys.  It becomes accepted, even when the judgement might be a bit harsh.

So what is the issue with the women?  Why can’t they live with judgment?  Is it because they view themselves as more vulnerable, and as such, accepting judgement is a big-time risk?  Is it because they are herd animals, and judgement might mean being pushed (at least a little bit) out of the herd.  Perhaps it was/is expected that women operate in such a virtuous manner, that any kind of judgement would be unnecessary?  Perhaps Feminist Types view men and their Evil Patriarchy as so misogynistic, that naturally enough no judgements made by them would be valid?  Maybe women are to be viewed as delicate creatures, such that no judgement can be rendered in good faith.

Still, one would wonder about the modern Strong Independent Woman (SIW), and why she should be impervious to judgement.  What do y’all say?


Posted in FarmBoy, Feminism, Lies
112 comments on “Judgement
  1. SFC Ton says:

    I say, why give a fuck what women want or think? On any topic?

    However woman are natural born PsyOps agents, master’s of lies and dis-information and all things deceit related. Being judged limits their ability to fleece men via disecption so they react negativity toward being examined, measured and weighed

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  2. Is being judged different from being held accountable? Because they sure HATE that, brother. Always a million excuses when they fuck up why it isn’t their fault.

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  3. mega says:

    I got a judgement … Ton’s a fucking prick. After reading my post here that I wasn’t going back to RPG … the fucking lying pathetic faggot … went over there and posted shit trying to make me look bad.

    No wonder the South lost … pathetic, dickless, lying, cowards … all of them. Ton … think you’re tuff talking smack … when you think nobody is going to fight you back … fuck off loser.

    Know what happens when its discovered … you’re a coward lying your ass off … yeah, dude nobody believes a fucking thing you say … all your successful businesses and all the hotties lining up to suck you dick. ITS LIES. ALL LIES.

    Fucking pathetic lying piece of shit.

    Nice post Ton … “Water is wet, dogs like sniffing butts and mega is going to vomit nonsense pretty damn often.”


  4. mega says:

    [SG – fuckit this is gone]


  5. SFC Ton says:

    Thanks for making my point. Again and again and again


  6. mega says:

    Its no wonder the south got their ass kicked. And now the monuments are being taken down and the retards sit around sucking each other’s dick … while they … just go poof !


  7. Farm Boy says:

    Is being judged different from being held accountable?

    They are the same except for this: the Bible suggests that judgement is bad, while reality suggests that accountability is good. That is why women choose the Bible word (judgement).

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  8. mega says:

    You know Ton … I’d like to meet you in real life. If you wouldn’t piss down your own pant leg … that might be real cool. Or not. Keyboard jockies are all alike. Talk a big talk … but are really just cowards. Spitting on people behind their backs. Not that I’d expect anything less that a inbred southerner.

    Are you spying on my posting history too ? Beating off every time you see me post something. Must get you hard when a real man who won’t take shit … posts something … better than your sister even !


  9. Ame says:

    i … um … i hate being judged 🙂
    i don’t like being bad 🙂
    and i don’t like being rejected, especially by those who are important to me. 🙂

    i’m also a *peacemaker* person and HATE discord. drives my kids nuts, especially my Oldest who LOVES to argue and debate anything anyone will engage in an argument or debate. i can’t stand it. i don’t let my girls argue or fight around me. if they want to argue for fun, do it when i’m not around and can’t hear.

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  10. mega says:

    What’s the matter Ton … I’d think you’d have responded by now … [SG – leave this out]. Or maybe you’d prefer the dudes … who knows.

    Here’s a lesson Ton … its better insulting a dude to face … rather than sneaking around like a fucking coward and insulting a dude behind his back. Feels better anyway. Wish we could do it face to face … but obviously I ain’t traveling to buck-fuck Alabama .


  11. Ame says:

    my Husband, though, likes to tease me and ‘get me all riled up.’ the main reason he does it is to prove it’s okay for me to get angry with him cause w/my dad and ex i ‘paid’ dearly for getting angry with them … but he also thinks it’s fun to catch me unawares 🙂 … i’m catching up (slowly) and am sometimes able to figure it out before he ‘gets’ me – i’m pretty gullible … guess that’s funnee sometimes 🙂

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  12. Ame says:

    being able to laugh at myself has been a great asset in my life 🙂

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  13. Guests says:

    sir. I have a hangi.

    Tom the Maori

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  14. Guests says:

    Farm Boy ace post. Respect.

    Tom the Maori

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  15. Guests says:

    If you met Ton Ame would you respect your husband.

    Tom the Maori

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  16. Ame says:

    Tom the Maori,

    i’m not sure i understand the comment/question?

    i deeply respect my Husband! he has worked hard to prove that not all men abuse women the way my dad and ex did to me. i used to be very fearful of certain things, but he has removed those fears and made me stronger 🙂 . one of the ways he’s done that is to prove to me it’s okay to be angry with him, to prove i can be angry with him without fearing him doing bad things to me. he’s helped me to stand up for myself without fearing being hurt 🙂 . he gets really proud of me when he can entice me and i don’t cower or run but i stand up for myself 🙂 .

    does that answer your question?

    if i met Ton irl i would still love and respect and adore my Husband 🙂


  17. Ame says:

    just saw the stuff on vegas 😦 😦 😦

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  18. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Why the heck did you come here to pick a fight with Ton? Also, don’t judge the Confederacy by him.


  19. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Good to see Tom the Maori comment. Here is some extreme Molly bait. This car was prepared in New Zealand, like a certain motorcycle.

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  20. Seems like Hillary’s whole book tour scam is her attempt to not be judged as a lousy candidate or be held accountable by her supporters for the result.

    I would like to have all Jay Leno’s cars without having to be Jay Leno.

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  21. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I would be happy to just visit Jay Leno’s cars.


  22. thedeti says:


    Come on, man. I’m not an owner or mod here. But you’ve said your peace. Let’s get back to shitposting and talking about sluts.

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  23. Spawny Get says:

    I appear to be late to a party. WTF?

    I have neither the time nor the inclination to read the back-story of this.

    The point of this site is bring your ideas and beliefs, share what you wish. Mix in some fun. Not looking for holy wars.

    And a holy war on the internet seems to me to be the least worthwhile thing of all. People that have never met, have only communicated in the miserably poor medium of the written word, start losing their rag and speaking of violence…to what end?

    I repeat that I haven’t read the back story here or at Bloom’s.

    I suppose it’s better here than at that nice lady’s site but it’s tedious here as I have no interest in moderating anyone. But local laws mean I have to watch what is said.

    please cut it out.

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  24. Spawny Get says:

    For the small minority that might be interested, this is the guy that should be the next Prime Minister
    Jacob Rees Mogg speaks to the Bruges Group
    (technical glitch in the recording, but it fixes itself and keeps going)

    Brains, vision, integrity? He has the lot.

    The Bruges Group is a eurosceptic one named after a famous speech by Prime Minster at the time, Margaret Thatcher.

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  25. Spawny Get says:

    Hey Tom! Nice to see you again. So the hangi is the hot stone oven/barbi

    Pretty jealous that you’re heading into Spring as we slide into Autumn (having had a pretty piss poor Summer)

    Must be tough running Cill’s gaff while he’s away…glad that you’re hanging strong, living the good life

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  26. Spawny Get says:

    The current state of UKIP under its new leader (11/1 outsider that nobody had heard of. ex-liberal democrat. ex-intelligence service)

    Not that I wanted AMW, the root of the issue, as leader instead.

    Nige and Bolton have managed to present the MSM with a gift-wrapped bomb that will be wheeled out for the rest of time. They said that Ann Marie Waters not getting the leadership averted the party from becoming racist/nazi party. She got 20% of the vote

    So, inevitably the MSM will forever ask: “So, are 20% of your members nazis and racists?”

    You pair of stupid fuckers.

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  27. Spawny Get says:

    I have no idea how accurate that this is

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  28. Spawny Get says:

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  29. BuenaVista says:

    Who is this “Mega” asshole?

    You and somebody else should launch your own site.


  30. Farm Boy says:

    Over at RPG’s, Deti wrote this. It is relevant here as it discusses how women used to avoid “judgement”

    Sometimes it works, simply and easily.

    Sometimes…. that was 30 years ago, back when I was meeting and having sex with women. Or trying to. Sometimes.

    See, they met before computers, email, facebook, instagram, twitter, and cell phones. They that was back when people actually, you know, had real life friends, not Facebook friends they don’t actually meet in person. Human beings, actually, you know, had face to face conversations where they, you know, actually interacted with each other in real time, in person. People talked to each other on the telephone. People learned, or tried to learn, social cues, inflections and patterns of speech. People could (kind of) read emotions, when someone was happy, sad, mad, irritated, interested, uninterested, bored, elated, or whatever.

    People went out and met each other in public. They went to bars and restaurants and movie theaters and zoos and shopping malls, for the purpose of meeting friends and, uh, doing things together. And at those places, they talked to each other and got to know each other. They learned what they liked and didn’t like. They learned what they could do and couldn’t do. They learned what kinds of people they liked.

    And people did things and learned skills. They got up and actually went to jobs where they actually did stuff and finished and accomplished things. They made things, did tasks, and presented finished products to bosses for sale or service to people who bought those things. They joined common interest clubs and organizations where they did hobbies and services and fun things together with other human beings who liked doing those same things.

    And they (gasp!) met other people. Maybe they didn’t date the people they met at work or school or neighbors or groups. But those other people also had other friends, and their friends met each other, and sometimes those friends of friends met each other and got to know each other.

    And men and women (or men and men, and women and women if they were so inclined) met each other, and found out they liked each other, and they went on dates, and they had sex, and they got married, and then they had kids who did the same things.

    And when they had sex, they did things like take personal responsibility for their actions and choices. Because, you know, sometimes things didn’t work out. And people made mistakes, sometimes pretty bad ones. Men took condoms with them. Men looked out for the women who were with them, but they didn’t babysit those women. Men didn’t get so hammered they couldn’t get themselves home, and when they did get that hammered, their friends looked out for them. Men understood the difference between “yes” and “no”, and would push gently, but not too hard. Men also understood that one unreturned call was an oversight, two unreturned calls meant “not interested”, and three unreturned calls meant “if you call again I’m calling the cops because you’re harassing me. Go the fuck away.”

    Women also did things like take responsibility for themselves. They didn’t dress like sluts and then go places like the “wrong side of town” with one other girl at 3 am. Most of them said “nope” to P in V without a ring and a date. They understood if they got knocked up, they were taking one hell of a big chance that the guy would bolt.

    They also used contraception if they wanted to have sex. They said “hell yes” when they wanted to fuck; and “hell no” when they didn’t; and then when they said “hell no”, they backed that up by leaving and not spending any more time. If they didn’t watn to have sex, they made that crystal clear and put the brakes on, and HARD. Women also understood that a one night stand was just a one night stand, and if that wasn’t what you wanted, well, then you’ll need to pick better next time.

    Women understood that unless she was Stacy Sunshine HB 9, there was no way, no way in hell, she was going to marry Alpha McGorgeous. It was Not. Going. To. Happen., and she clearly understood that. Women understood that Harley McBadboy would be lots of thrilling good times, but that was about it and she didn’t complain when Harley went to screw someone else. Women also understood that, uh, if all you can get is guys to have sex with you, if all you’re getting is pump and dumps, maybe YOU are the problem. They also understood that they were independent rational and moral agents in the sex/dating/mating dance, and if they weren’t getting what they wanted out of it, maybe THEY were the ones who needed to do something about that.

    So it was kinda different back then.

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  31. Farm Boy says:

    Seems like everyone’s a victim in the USA these days, from college “snowflakes” who can’t abide someone with views unlike theirs within miles of their campuses to allegedly assaulted women wearing sexually explicit hats to multi-millionaire football players who are sure there’s something wrong but can’t always remember what it is (other than Donald Trump). The latest of the many entries in this “Great American Victim Derby” is Puerto Rico — or at least a significant part of the island’s leadership.


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  32. Farm Boy says:

    Heterosexual students at Clemson University are being encouraged to take on a “same-sex partner” as part of a questionnaire distributed by Ph.D. candidate and course instructor Traci Hefner.


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  33. Paddock being a convert to Islam is the Left’s worst nightmare if true. WTF will CNN have to talk about all day now?

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  34. Farm Boy says:

    “40% of the population is black, 30% is homosexual, and no member of these groups ever commit any crimes. All crimes are committed by white guys, and one 120 lb. woman can usually win a fight against several professionally-trained, 235 lb. men. This is what I’ve learned from watching prime-time TV.”


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  35. @FB
    When and how did you first decide you were a heterosexual?

    Decide? Baby, I born this way!!!

    A better question: When and how did you decide that college (Clemson in this case) was no longer worth the money?

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  36. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    As for Clemson, someone had to be first. College is turning into a poisonous environment for young men.

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  37. Spawny Get says:

    Kentucky, our left wing media is talking about gun control. To be fair that’s all they talk about when a gun is involved anyway. It’s just extra handy when the perp has troubling personality issues. Specifically; Not being a white Christian male.

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  38. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    With all that has gone on this thread, I forgot to address the original post. I think that women are far more sensitive to judgment now than in the past. I am going to chalk this up to a side effect of going from assortive mating to a Tournament Social Model. The Tournament model would reinforce the herd mentality and, in the herd, acceptance is life.This would also explain why peer pressure among women is so powerful.

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  39. Spawny Get says:

    Moggster meets anti-Tory thugs. Background : He has said previously that as a Catholic he disagrees with abortion. What a monster /sarc

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  40. Spawny Get says:

    Also regarding the above Moggster clash

    ‘Women’s rights’ probably refers to him saying that he’s never changed a nappy for any of his six, SIX, kids. If I was rich enough to have a nanny as he does, I wouldn’t either.

    ‘Austerity’ we haven’t had austerity, we’re still printing money.


  41. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    I can’t think of an American that has said a word against abortion, even if they are Catholic. He has political courage.

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  42. Spawny Get says:

    Remember that the religious beliefs of the PM can well have no influence on the policies passed by the HoC let alone the HoL. The PM role is nothing like your President’s.

    Quite recently the leader of the LimpDems admitted (not calmly stated) that his religious beliefs gave him issues over gaysex…lost his job.

    State your beliefs. Stand by them. Moggster has intelligence, integrity and balls.

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  43. Spawny Get says:

    Jacob Rees Mogg takes on protesters all by himself

    I assumed that this was video of the described conversation. Sorry, but it’s not.


  44. Spawny Get says:

    This is music to my ears

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  45. @Fuzzie

    I don’t think women are necessarily more sensitive to judgement than previously, but they move in much larger circles e.g. social media, and are therefore more exposed to possible judgment.

    The fact that women value consensus more than they value the truth is a big part of this fear of being ostracized/judged.

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  46. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    You raise a good point. Social media has exploded and with it, the opportunity to be judged. That women would put a higher value on consensus than truth does point to fear of offending the herd. This fear of offending the herd is like taking high school mores into adulthood and never growing out of them.

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  47. This fear of offending the herd is like taking high school mores into adulthood and never growing out of them.

    Which seems to be SOP for just about all women.

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  48. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    That may be true of women now. I can’t help but think that something has happened to them.


  49. Stephanie says:

    ” But local laws mean I have to watch what is said.”


    On a lighter note, here’s something inappropriate LOL

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  50. Stephanie says:

    LOL 😀

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  51. Stephanie says:

    Judging lol…

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  52. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Your British porn is much better than the Irish porn I found in a bookstore. It was a book of blank pages.
    I don’t know if I could survive the disappointment of three generations.

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  53. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    A very different reaction from the Queen on this video. It is joy and it is undiluted. Six minutes.


  54. Ame says:

    so, so thankful to have Trump as president, especially on days like today.

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  55. SFC Ton says:

    LOL mega is going to mega. Every so often on the semi regular he melts down and throws a multi day word fit. Then he comes back with a non apology apology…… like your typical BPD chick so just sit back and behold the spectacle of impotent beta rage and the inane bullshit they vomit out when they are having their monthly’s

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  56. Yoda says:

    Music teacher suspected of contaminating flutes with semen, roiling Southern California school districts


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  57. Yoda says:

    The bizarre advert starts quite normally until a nipple pops out of the UFO and starts shooting milk into the children’s glass tumblers


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  58. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    You have the market on bizarre news to day. As for the commercial with the UFO dispensing milk, where do people think that milk comes from? Maybe they have a vague idea that it is related to cows? And that chocolate milk comes from small brown cows?


  59. mgtowhorseman says:

    My response to deti over at blooms

    Long, slow clap my brother.

    We come from the same time.
    The youngins can not relate to that time or to each other.
    Which is why there can be no reset.

    So I am off to play with my ponies
    And the wife I met at a party 37 years ago when people talked.
    I think I will let this new world just pass us by.


    Then your choices, for everyone, was limited to the people you had physical proximity to. The hundred or so in your grade in high school or college, the thirty in your social circle, the maybe two hundred in your employment if you knew their names, the person in the coffee shop.

    Assortitive mating and pairing had to happen. As each pair met up and removed themselves from the pool, evern temporarily to “go steady” it shrank the available pool. So you realistically assessed your rank and got while the getting was good.

    And if it didn’t work out, well the pool was equally small later so maybe their snoring isn’t so bad.

    Now with electronic communication the pool has expanded to the 9 billion on the planet. Ooo that russian chick from bridesorus wants me. Ooo Randolfo McAsstrout from Luxemburg thinks my post are heib (german for hot).

    The genie of eternal validation is out of the bottle, never to be put back in.
    (Wonder what the puerto rican tinderellas are doing without cell service?)
    So it can never meaningfully reset. Even if the comms went back to 1975 people have lost the ability to actually talk in person. Just visit any coffee shop or book store (book: a manual kindle…google it.)

    So me and the mrs will retreat to our wee cottage full of books and cards and woods to walk in and let this outside world go about its business.


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  60. SFC Ton says:

    Chocolate milk does come from brown cows which is why I want all White cows on my farm

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  61. Stephanie says:

    They want to judge him 😀 LOL

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  62. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    That was funny. Poor little smartphone addict!

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  63. mega says:

    Hey … I posted something that seems to have gotten caught up in moderation. Had some links … is probably why. Can someone take a look and free it up ?


  64. BuenaVista says:

    I don’t know where chocolate milk comes from, but I know where and when to buy guns, and that was today. The apocalypse draws nigh, and a 30.06 is your friend.

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  65. Ame says:

    for Fuzzie:

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  66. SFC Ton says:

    Every day is a good day to buy guns

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  67. Stephanie says:

    BV, we are really up a creek without a paddle. We’ve got so many insane people hating each other and wanting a war, or to inspire a war…and then the invading “refugees” on top of that. Just insane 😦 I do think it has spiritual meaning, but apparently people who study the end times (my husband does) don’t think we’re quite there yet.

    It will probably get a lot worse and this sounds callous… but things like Vegas… we’re going to get used to them.

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  68. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I’ll raise you.

    I hope that he never runs out of bisquits.

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  69. Stephanie says:

    And what I mean is… this is just the beginning.

    And it is a long long way to the end 😦 Vegas is nothing compared to what is coming.

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  70. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    There is a difference. With prostitution, there is a quid pro quo. With sugar babies, they are doing their best to avoid sex and maximize gifts.

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  71. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Tommy Robinson weighs in on Las Vegas. It is short and thought ful.

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  72. Stephanie says:

    Fuzzie, I like Tommy and I think his thoughts are interesting… but can’t he see the writing on the wall of who was more than likely behind this? Maybe he’s not spiritual, but many of these happenings have spiritual implications and meanings behind them.

    Y’all are going to think I’m insane, but during church on Sunday I actually had a strange flash of a premonition or vision or something. I saw American people – mostly white people – trying to escape horrific bloodshed and violence. It was flashed across my mind and so fast, and in the middle of church of all things, and it may not be connected (I may be crazy), but it was only hours before that happened in Vegas. 😦

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  73. @fuzzie I believe you are correct.

    The girls are not whores but con artists who want to imply but not actually deliver (like GOPe republicans). I guess that’s the whole conceit of the sugar-baby scam. Guarantees of sex would be considered de jure prostitution, whereas just heavily implying sex leaves room to maneuver.

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  74. Ame says:

    ahhh … but, oh my! those claws!!!

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  75. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    All the better to grasp bisquits , my dear.
    And the teeth, all the better to eat them. 🙂

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  76. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I hope that your vision is incorrect.

    Of the two, I think that I would prefer to share a meal with the prostitute.


  77. Yoda says:

    “Of those 180 students, approximately 80 were found responsible for their actions,” Evergreen spokesperson Sandra Kaiser told the publication. “They received sanctions ranging from formal warnings, community service and probation, to suspension.”


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  78. Yoda says:

    A British blogger has used excess skin from a recent vaginal surgery to create some bling for her neck.



  79. Yoda says:

    Manslator even talks like me it does

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  80. Obviously a fake product. There’s no such thing as FemLogic. Now if it had featured a patented FeelzTech chipset, I’d get my credit card out.

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  81. Spawny Get says:

    Good skillz

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  82. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I hve no idea how to counter all the hate against white people.


  83. @fuzzie

    How about all the white-haters leaving the West for the delights of the African utopia that awaits them.

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  84. copperfox3c says:

    I think the thought for a long time in the Manosphere and seduction communities was that it does have to do with the “herd mentality” of human females. For them, being part of a social group equates to survival, and has for millions of years.

    In other news, there’s a new post on my blog:


  85. Yoda says:

    Drexel professor George Ciccariello-Maher blamed the Las Vegas mass shooting on “white supremacist patriarchy” on Monday morning.

    White people and men are told that they are entitled to everything. This is what happens when they don’t get what they want.


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  86. Yoda says:

    A primary school teacher has been sentenced to five years in prison for sexually assaulting an 11-year-old pupil because she wanted to make the “chronically depressed” boy “happy”.


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  87. RichardP says:

    Re. the concept of the End Times:

    If it hasn’t happened to you, then the ET are not here yet.
    If you haven’t been tortured, then the Tribulation is not here yet.
    or, restated:
    If I can’t see it, it doesn’t exist.

    Not mentioning names here because this is a concept owned by mannnnnyyyyy people.

    Ever read Foxe’s Book of Martyrs? Ever talked to any of the Christians tortured to death recently in Syria or Turkey or Iraq? The ones yesterday? The ones who will be tomorrow?

    It is said that all politics is local. But so also is the end times and great tribulation local. Local, as in personal; on your person. Great tribulation and end times came for each one of the 58 souls lost in Las Vegas Sunday night. Great tribulation and end times have come for all the martyrs throughout history the moment someone took their life from them. There is no more temporal future for any of them.

    But, if you don’t see it, don’t experience it personally, it doesn’t exist.

    For you maybe.

    But it does exist and has existed for others.
    When/if it happens to you, then it will exist for you also.

    To paraphrase rpg, let those who have eyes see.

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  88. @Yoda
    She said treatment she had undergone in the last few months while on bail had helped her have fewer flashbacks from when she was sexually assaulted in college.

    Me too! I’m a victim too! Don’t judge me!

    White people and men are told that they are entitled to everything. This is what happens when they don’t get what they want.

    I didn’t get the letter telling me where I can pick up my “everything”. Is there a website I can go to? I did get a letter when I turned 18 telling I had to register with Selective Service as required by law. My sisters didn’t get that letter as I recall.

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  89. RichardP says:

    re my post above, for context: “… These are they which came out of great tribulation …” Revelation 7:14 (kjv)


  90. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Beyond giving their bigotry the widest possible exposure, I still can’t think of a way to combat these people.
    How can someone who espouses this be in a position to teach?

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  91. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    How do men end up with hyphenated surnames?

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  92. SFC Ton says:

    To combat anti White hatred

    Stop giving a fuck about their bullshit

    Understand survival of your tribe is the only morality

    Everything else falls in place

    In more joival settings I tell them soemthing like….. us White folks are so evil, why don’t you give us our nation, never let non Whites in and never let us out. That sure will teach us evil White folks a lesson

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  93. Stephanie says:

    I get what you’re saying RichardP 😦 it is beyond imaginable what is happening. But it’s going to get worse, it’s going to spread. But first, certain things have to fall into place. Prophecies have to be fulfilled that are still not yet filled. My husband believes these are the “birth pains,” the Bible speaks of. It’s not the same as the 7 years of the official Tribulation.

    When I said it’s going to get worse, I meant **for us** in the US. WE are going to have to start getting used to things like Vegas happening, just like Europe is getting used to all their multiple terror attacks and 100’s of foiled attacks. Because eventually it’s going to happen more often unfortunately. That’s part of the reason it’s hard to take the doom’s day posts on the mating market seriously. I mean things like mass persecution, losing the freedom of our country completely, losing total and all religious freedom should probably be just a tad more important, or at least taken into account. Figuring out how to lead our individual families into what our world is heading into is more important in my opinion.

    “Ever read Foxe’s Book of Martyrs? Ever talked to any of the Christians tortured to death recently in Syria or Turkey or Iraq? The ones yesterday? The ones who will be tomorrow?”

    ^Yes, have that book on our bookshelf. Right now I’m reading about a Jewish-Christian couple that survived prison and torture in communist Russia, called “The Pastor’s Wife.” I know it’s been bad, personal “tribulations” are not at all what I’m talking about. There have always been martyrs… that’s also not at all what I’m talking about.

    The plight of Christians in the Middle East is something I’m familiar with, I do read the stories of people who survived. It’s not like I’m ignorant of what’s been going on, but that kind of smaller scale persecution has always been with us since the time of Christ. It’s not the same as the specific end times. But I do believe it’s going to spread worldwide eventually, and then bring about the other fulfilled prophecies that are required to be fulfilled. Their horrific problems will be on US soil. It will be OUR US children going through that kind of thing. Our churches being blown up and burned up on holidays to ensure mass destruction. I’ve been watching what has been happening in the Middle East for almost 10 years. I’ve been watching it spread like a cancer to the surrounding minor countries, and now to Europe, and now to the US.

    It will take a long time, but that level of evil is coming here, as well as every free country.

    You wonder why Le Pen didn’t win in France even though they’ve had so many terror attacks and needed her much more than we needed Trump, or why Merkel was somehow elected again even though everyone knows she’s destroying Germany. It’s spiritual blindness and being drunk when sober, things the Bible talks about that will happen, are happening, but again, this is just the very beginning. It could realistically be 100 years or more of birth pains and it “getting worse.” The prophecies that have been fulfilled already can’t be taken back, but there are still more to be filled.


  94. BuenaVista says:

    Mundane zero thrust landing, visual conditions, in a light twin with very modest wing loading. And the dude, I suggest, was out of gas or one of the motors would have been turning. Meh.


  95. BuenaVista says:

    Bought my first CZ today, among other helpful tools, Ton. Primo quality.

    Bipods are winning.


  96. Spawny Get says:

    “How about all the white-haters leaving the West for the delights of the African utopia that awaits them.”

    Especially the white ones and the sometimes they’re white, sometimes they’re not ones.

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  97. Spawny Get says:

    Noted BV. Also BRNO.


  98. SFC Ton says:

    CZ has a fine reputation


  99. Especially the white ones and the sometimes they’re white, sometimes they’re not ones.

    The enemy across the field may be honorable, may be not, but there’s nothing more despicable than the traitor at your back.


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