Fluffy Comfort

My ex was very highly educated.  Once she was going on and on about movie stars and how great, moral and intelligent they were.  I burst out laughing.  This was, of course, in my very supplicating blue-pill days; meaning that I shouldn’t have been been laughing.  But I could hardly help myself,  She, naturally enough, was not amused.

My Mom was also an educated lady.  She would watch on TV what is called “local news” here in the U.S.  It is a half hour news program produced by the local television station about stuff that is happening in the local area.  When I was a youngster, these shows were populated by serious looking older men (i.e. the Evil Patriarchy).  The news was the same, that is, kind of serious.  Then these TV stations had the brilliant idea of mixing men and women (and minorities) on the show.  The presenters became younger and better looking.  They started to engage in what is termed “happy talk”, that is, banter between the newscasters on screen.  The stories that were covered became silly; except for local murders and mayhem, which were always the lead off stories.  The “happy talk” was always lame from my perspective, being obviously pre-scripted BS executed by poor actors and actresses.  In short, these news shows were totally unserious silliness, but women (my Mom included) just ate it all up.  They totally were into everything that these people presented.

I have been attempting to figure out what was going on here for a long time.  Why do women fall for this personality based phoney-baloney?  I think that the answer deals with comfort.  Women can become comfortable with people; and after doing so ascribe all sorts of good attributes (e.g. intelligence, morality) to them that very often are not deserved.  Men (at least myself, but probably not Justin Trudeau) are different; they typically have more of a show-me perspective, as that is the standard that they are held to.  Is this a reasonable theory?  You decide.

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141 comments on “Fluffy Comfort
  1. Spawny Get says:

    Now we have ‘interviewers’ asking how it felt, of feelz…I don’t care. If I did care, not being a sociopath, I could probably have a decent stab at guessing how it feels when you got mugged etc.

    Just the facts, ma’am, just the facts.

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  2. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    Happily, I missed that. Perhaps your Mom saw it as something escapist. I think that, by then, all the variety shows had gone off. The Carol Burnett Show was the last that I remember. What replaced them were hour long dramas. Also, there were a lot of half hour situation comedies. that would include…


  3. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    That was Dan Ackroyd’s voice, not Jack Webb’s.


  4. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Here is another not Jack Webb.


  5. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I don’t think the world is ready for another Joe Friday.


  6. Local news is just awful. I didn’t watch except for the weather at home, but I remember going away to school and watching the local news for the novelty of it the first week in a different town and I was shocked how stupid it all was.

    I’ve met a couple of the local news people including living down the street from a couple of them and I’m amazed at how unimpressive they are in person, in both appearance and intelligence. All the morning and noon telecasts are almost exclusively female news readers, and I think we lead the country in fat weather girls.

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  7. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    That is when you see that the obesity epidemic has gone too far.

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  8. SFC Ton says:

    Watching local news? Does banging a couple of weather girls count?


  9. Yoda says:

    The majority of millennials would rather communicate online and via text than in person, according to a survey.



  10. Alan Kardec says:

    Moral and Intelligent: Well, they certainly think so … but I could laugh all the way around the block. I have a theory that many actors are naturally pretty inarticulate (we’re talking mostly Americans here) and are drawn to the biz because it will mean that, at least at work, they will always say exactly the right (scripted) thing.

    BTW: You really know that Newscasters sold out when they started playing THEMSELVES in fictional movies. That $#!t is like an instant credibility bomb.

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  11. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Alan, I really liked Walter Winchell narrating The Untouchables.

    I don’t think it hurt him as a columnist.


  12. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    If this thing has legs and the Justice Dept. runs with it, Hillary is going to have a new permanent address.

    It’s too bad we won’t be able to hear Walter Winchell narrate the feature length movie.

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  13. Yoda says:

    A new study reveals that bias response team administrators struggle to do their jobs while still respecting students’ First Amendment rights.
    University of North Carolina-Charlotte professor Ryan Miller, et al conducted interviews with 21 bias response team administrators, finding that many of them suffer difficulty “balancing free speech and the creation of an inclusive campus.”

    While Miller notes that many of the subjects expressed a desire to uphold the First Amendment rights of students, the “need to balance protecting free speech with creating an inclusive campus environment” presents them with “conflicting interests.”

    “I think we always are trying to strike an equitable balance between acknowledging a student’s, or offending party’s, First Amendment right of free speech, free assembly,” asserted April, one of the administrators interviewed for the study.

    Jennifer, a diversity administrator at another college, voiced similar statements.

    “I definitely believe in freedom of speech, but also I want to make sure that we are a safe and supportive community,” she told Miller. “I think that we can do both of those things. Hopefully, people recognize that they’re not trying to be harmful or hurtful and want to be better in the future.”


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  14. Yoda says:

    By now, most guys understand that “toxic masculinity” is a buzzword that tries to lump jackasses in with traditional masculinity. As if fathering a child and abandoning the mother — one example I’ve seen several times for so-called “toxic, masculine behavior” — has ever been considered acceptable in traditional masculinity.


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  15. Yoda says:

    We just got the first F-bombs in Star Trek history.

    Does this mean the franchise is headed in a more R-rated direction? Probably not, as executives will still want to maintain a wider audience base for things like future Trek films. Having said that, though, it does point to Discovery’s broader place as a trailblazer in the franchise: the first streaming service, more minority characters, and an overall edgier storytelling style. Where will this show dare to go next?

    So impressed with “edgier” I am not.
    Just a substitute for substance that youngsters fall for it is

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  16. Yoda says:

    The Cup It Up American Grill in Tucson was shut down indefinitely after far left thugs threatened to burn it down and kill the owners.


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  17. From Yoda’s 1029 linked article:

    “I definitely believe in freedom of speech, but also I want to make sure that we are a safe and supportive community,” she told Miller. “I think that we can do both of those things.

    She didn’t finish her thought, “… but if free speech has to go, then it has to go. We will do anything necessary to maintain the narrative and maintain power over other students.”

    The phrase “bias response team” stirs images of Orwellian jackboots stomping through college campuses. Let’s be honest — it’s accurate. These “teams” exist primarily to quash the free speech rights of students.

    Too fucking right it does. Any school that has a Bias Response Team should be sued out of existence. Bias Response Team? We’ve gone from Orwellian to Kafkaesque.

    Who decides what is offensive? Why should I give a fuck what they think? You know what’s offensive? Abortion. Fuck you and your microagressions you dumb cnuts (two females(?) interviewed for the article). Kill it with fire.

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  18. Yoda says:

    Wonder if Kafkaesque better than Orwellian it is I do


  19. Farm Boy says:

    A University of Connecticut professor believes that social work courses need a stronger emphasis on feminism and “intersectionality” because too few female students consider “discrimination and subordination” to be “salient issues.”


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  20. To my mind the descent into madness (re: Kafka) we are witnessing is much worse than the “state is all” (Orwell). Orwellian is still based on a (flawed) logic. Kafka goes beyond and is things more of evil for evil’s sake.

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  21. Farm Boy says:

    Americans are not going to let the left continue this character assassination without a fight. They appear to want conservative people to just lie down and be beaten with this disgusting invective. The only thing resurgent in America is love of country and the backbone to stand up to defamatory garbage like this, especially when it leads to real violence against innocent people.

    Do you want more Trump? This is how you get more Trump.


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  22. Farm Boy says:

    According to USA Today, “The Trump Make America Great Again Committee posted a petition Thursday on the GOP web site asking for signatures from supporters who believe in standing for The Star-Spangled Banner ”to show your patriotism and support,”


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  23. Yoda says:

    If only she looked as good as Wonder Woman she did

    Hillary Clinton to Receive 2017 WMC Wonder Woman Award Next Week in NYC https://t.co/4tLAKfl8pk— Women’s Media Center (@womensmediacntr) October 20, 2017

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  24. President Trump called the NFL out on Twitter, after it became apparent that the league would not force players to stand:

    I don’t like the word “force” here. Require would be a better choice. As in, they are required to wear helmets on the playing field. But, like one of the comments said, if they don’t want to stand for the anthem, fuck’em.

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  25. Spawny Get says:

    Some good news

    Liked by 4 people

  26. Yoda says:

    “Require as a condition of continued employment” it could be

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  27. A University of Connecticut professor believes that social work courses need a stronger emphasis on feminism and “intersectionality” because too few female students consider “discrimination and subordination” to be “salient issues.”

    Is “professor” going to take the place of “moron”? If I started a blog called Professor Moron (just created it) listing just these kind of stories what kind of traffic do you think I could get?

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  28. Spawny Get says:

    Professor Moron sounds rather like our politicians whenever they lose an election; “It’s not the policies, it’s a failure to communicate them to the (fucking thick) voters”

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  29. Spawny Get says:

    Wonder Woman is yummy.

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  30. Yoda says:

    “I was astonished, actually. I knew that people were angry about the way social justice warriors have destroyed traditional superheroes, but I didn’t realize just how eager they were for an alternative,” he said. “Of course, the way the SJWs on Twitter completely freaked out over Rebel and the existence of the project didn’t exactly hurt.”

    Rebel has become the stand-out hero of the upcoming series and she seems to resonate the most with fans. She is beautifully drawn in the classic superhero style but seems to always be losing part of her costume.


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  31. Yoda says:

    Always look for excuse to post Wonder Woman’s image I do

    Liked by 1 person

  32. Spawny Get says:

    There’s a lot of that going about

    Liked by 2 people

  33. My only quibble with Gal is she has very slim calves. Very slim.

    Oh, and WW has blue eyes.

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  34. A woman from Swindon has been jailed for five years

    Its a good start…

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  35. SFC Ton says:

    The cunt who played the new wonder women is a sjw type


  36. Yoda says:

    If just a photo you do see,
    Overlook the SJW charactistic one can

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  37. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda at 10:49am,
    While we may never hear the end of the story, that restaurant has suffered a clear case of extortion. There have to be laws at the state level and there are laws at the federal level. If this is not prosecuted, law enforcement is making a statement.

    I like Lynda Carter!
    I don’t think that I will ever pay to see Wonder Woman the movie. The bit about the theater that had an all female showing left a terrible taste in my mouth.

    Five years? There have been other instances in the past, but they all have seemed to be women who have confessed and then are prosecuted. We need to go after the ones who stonewall too.


  38. SFC Ton says:

    I didn’t know if I should have liked the news about the false rape charges bitch getting 5 years. We all know I am a major supporter of a woman’s right to make false rape accusations as declared by certian wildlife around here but deep down I think she should have gotten at least twice the number of years the man would have gotten if he was falsely convicted.

    Or no time served but instead have her vagina filled full of cement for twice the number of years. Either would work for me

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  39. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Trying to pick a fight?
    Gal Gadot is an Israeli national and it is safe to presume that she is Jewish.


  40. Spawny Get says:

    Ton, I wasn’t really looking for kids or conversation. Neither do I intend doing anything about it. I just like what I see, I like the Mediterranean type looks. Northern coast.


  41. Spawny Get says:

    It’s good news that the bitch got time at all. Though it’s not the first time over here. I like the double time for false accusations idea though.

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  42. Spawny Get says:

    I think Wilma Dearing over the old Wonder Woman Linda Carter. Just an opinion, Fuzzie… 😉

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  43. molly says:

    Me pick a fight? No (bleep!) way!
    ‘armless bods are ‘elpless..

    Bods identifying as ‘armless best be peaceniks or sweet with an ‘arm-privileged bod to do the tough stuff LOL

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  44. Spawny Get says:

    Or a clan of them

    Liked by 2 people

  45. molly says:

    Love yall!

    Liked by 3 people

  46. Spawny Get says:

    Back at you (and family)

    Liked by 2 people

  47. Spawny Get says:

    Time for bed, take care all.

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  48. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Molly!!! Burrito, burrito, burrito.


  49. mgtowhorseman says:

    Those arms in either picture of WW is gonna throw a punch to take even me, a fifty year old ex soldier farm boy?

    I think not.

    Part of basic, day two should be.

    “Line up maggots! Two lines!
    Face each other you useless turds!!
    On my mark punch the idiot across from you in the face!!
    Punch hard or I will maggots!!

    Those who cry are immediately discharged.

    Those who laugh get a psych workup.

    Those who just shrug and return to parade rest…are soldiers.

    Most guys over twenty have been and have punched in the face. Girls? Nah.

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  50. Yoda says:

    Most guys over twenty have been and have punched in the face.

    Wonder if true for Justin this is I do


  51. Yoda says:

    Those arms in either picture of WW is gonna throw a punch to take even me, a fifty year old ex soldier farm boy?

    Apparently two farmboys have we do

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  52. molly says:

    Thank ya F Dubya!

    ‘nite Unca S.
    You need a hot drink to make you sleep.
    See that mug beside your bed?
    No not in the mirror! On the stand beside the bed-
    That’s warm bournevita from me through the ether that is.

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  53. mgtowhorseman says:

    Thank god Hef didn’t live to see this.


    A playmate on a stick, and not the good kind.

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  54. mgtowhorseman says:

    “Most guys over twenty have been and have punched in the face.

    Wonder if true for Justin this is I do”

    Said GUYS I did.

    Like the ‘Hip also I do, cry I did not.

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  55. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Erin Grey in 2010. I think it’s clean living.

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  56. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Things could be worse. Australians had to tolerate Julia Gillard. This was her last big speech in Parliament before she was out, ironically replaced as Prime Minister by the target of her vitriol.


  57. Yoda says:

    But even counting all those employees — 24 for Michelle Obama and nine for the current first lady — Melania Trump’s office is relatively small.

    It’s an approach her spokeswoman says is intentional.


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  58. Cautiously Pessimistic says:

    Hey, all

    Checking in for my not-dead-yet post. Had to attend a copro-ate meeting and found I was tapped out. The presenter (a woman) was an excretable speaker that took an hour to say nothing. I heard this after the fact because I tuned out after ten minutes of rah-rah-let’s-not-address-our-issues pablum. I know, quit. Meh. I’ve more or less checked out and they’re still giving a paycheck. The stupid part of me thinks they’re bound to reach a point sooner or later where the metal meets the meat and we can get on with real work (which would be both challenging and interesting).

    How does this relate to the OP? Well, the women (who are currently in charge) don’t seem to realize that things either work or they don’t. Happy talk is not a substitute for product. At least, not in the long term (Eating seed corn comes to mind). I’ve not seen corporate destruction from this side of the pink slip, and it’s fascinating to watch.

    So, will the cellphones stop working, or will the company come to its senses? I’d like to think the company will come to its senses, but I wouldn’t put money on it.

    On a related note, I’ve accepted that sexism is a busted idea. Now I’m wondering whether racism is all that. I don’t mean the RACIST kind, but the metal meets the meat kind. As in, yes, THIS guy can do the job, but what about the 15 others that can’t? Is the one guy worth it?

    Feminism exposed women. Will RACISM expose 3rd worlders and minorities? I know others think it’s a forgone conclusion, but I want to see how it plays out to be sure.

    Yes, I had to touch the stove to verify it was hot.

    Still not dead.

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  59. Yoda says:

    Smoking something odd he must be

    At least one NFL owner is sure that the national anthem protests have driven fans away. Giants owner John Mara told Breer that “there’s no question” that the protests are hurting the league. But Mara thinks that the protests are more important than the fans.

    “But this is an important social issue. And sometimes you have to put the interests of the business behind the interest of issues that are more important than that,” Mara said.



  60. Ame says:

    Horseman: Most guys over twenty have been and have punched in the face. Girls? Nah.

    i’m not complainin’! getting punched in the face is not something i care to experience 🙂

    – – –

    Ton – you crack me up! i don’t eat or drink when i’m reading your comments!


  61. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    It is good that Melania is not wasting the government’s resources. It would not surprise me if she is getting more done with less.

    So, this is all starting to cost the networks and the teams real money. Wait till they want bond issues passed.

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  62. I think Wilma Dearing over the old Wonder Woman Linda Carter. Wilma was pretty but no DIana Troy.

    Remember this Buck Rogers episode?

    Princess Ardala was no slouch either.

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  63. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I am not going to link, but in the seventies, even some feminists were good looking. I am thinking of Helen Reddy.


  64. Yoda says:

    An Aussie she was


  65. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Better company than Julia Gillard she would be.


  66. RichardP says:

    fuzzie – this Helen Reddy ?

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  67. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    At 70, she looks to be in god shape. Not as thin as she was in the seventies, but most of her contemporaries are six feet under from hard living.


  68. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I meant that to be “good” shape.


  69. Yoda says:

    Merelli points out that the opinion writers have been remarkably bold in their condemnation of Argento and other actresses speaking out against sexual assault — former journalist and MP Renato Farina, for instance, has suggested that the assaults described by actresses are “prostitution, not rape.” Vittorio Feltri, editor in chief of Libero, a right wing populist newspaper, said that since Weinstein didn’t physically harm Argento that the sex must have been consensual — and that, if anything, Argento should be thankful to Weinstein for forcibly performing oral sex on her. Politician Vittorio Sgarbi went still further, arguing that Weinstein “was actually assaulted by her.”

    Prominent Italian women have targeted Argento as well, questioning why she didn’t speak out earlier about the rape or claiming that she deserved what happened to her since she willingly visited Weinstein in his hotel room.

    In wake of the public outcry against her, Argento has said that she is leaving Italy for Germany to escape the “climate of tension” and “victim blaming.”

    “Italy,” Argento said, “is far behind the rest of the world in its view of women.”


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  70. Yoda says:

    Caption this one could

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  71. I’m looking for someone to produce my own vision of the project. Any ideas?


  72. Link to image didn’t work above.

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  73. Yoda says:

    Prefer Erin Gray over Lynda Carter I do


  74. Erin certainly has her charms and the video about her being cast in BR is a pretty good story about how stuff just happens sometimes.

    I’m still going with Lynda, though.


  75. Yoda says:

    Ladies, a question for you:

    “What would you do if all men had a 9pm curfew?”

    Dudes: Read this thread and pay attention.#MeToo #privilege

    — Danielle Muscato (@DanielleMuscato) October 17, 2017
    Luckily many of the commenters who responded to the question were not very happy with it although, a typical woman’s answer always had a self-centered angle such as:

    They must not have husbands? I take mine with me when I go places. He’s not allowed to have a curfew. It would interfere with my plans.

    — Gang Of 8 Viv (@VivianJo1) October 19, 2017


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  76. Spawny Get says:

    It’s #CurrentYear guys and girls

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  77. Colonel Deering has some dedicated fans out there.


  78. Can’t say I’ve ever met a Wilma in real life.

    I’m going with Season 1.

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  79. Spawny Get says:

    Wondering where BREXIT negotiations have got to?

    My vote is kick ’em where it hurts very hard indeed and walk away. WTO rules.

    The EU is helping us get to that point. Though having a woman like Theresa in ‘power’ means that I’m nervous that she’ll fold like a sack of diarrhoea

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  80. Erin had some competition for the part.

    I’m going with Erin, the camera loves her. Other lady is quite pretty though.


  81. Lynda Carter:

    Nuff said.

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  82. Yoda says:

    Boobs she has.
    Though like “what is inside” Erin more I do

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  83. from a blog recommended at the bottom of my Reader page:

    For the last week I’ve been watching the #MeToo movement rise and fall in the media. Women are sharing, in great detail, personal experiences in order to highlight just how pervasive the problem of sexual harassment and assault really is.

    What I’m also noticing is that men, on the whole, have been largely silent.

    Now, I hope–sincerely–the relative silence is about allowing a safe space for women to talk about their experiences without trying to interrupt or explain why those experiences are wrong or mistaken or taken out of context. Sincerely.

    My worry, however, is the silence is due to many men not hearing what women are shouting over the chasm. The chasm which exists between the way women define and view sexual assault, harassment, and consent, and the way that men do. That chasm is so wide and deep when you shout across it no one on the other side can hear you. All you get in return is a fading echo.

    as I posted on my own blog:

    The reason most men (if they’re not totally clueless) are not engaging is that they know  1. That their opinions are not wanted:

    (from a blog linked at the above post)

    Dear Matt Walsh and others,

    Hear me loud, and hear me clear. When a woman, a group of women, several million women say “My experience as a woman is this” you don’t get to say with any merit “No, it’s not.”

    It really is that simple. You are not a woman. You have never lived your life as a woman. You have never lived a life filtered through the lens of being female. Therefore it cancels out your opinion. It invalidates it. Have it, spout it, shout it from the rooftops if you like. It’s still worthless and invalid.

    Yes, that’s right. I called your opinion worthless and invalid.

    (I’m no fan of Matt Walsh BTW)

    and 2. These “conversations” are worthless to men as nothing is ever achieved/settled/agreed on that woman won’t disavow the second it suits them, so the smart man doesn’t bother wasting his time. And anything less than total capitulation by men is seen as misogyny by women.

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  84. Yoda says:

    A graduate student teaching assistant at the University of Pennsylvania admitted to intentionally calling on white men last, and only if she has to, during class discussions.


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  85. Yoda says:

    The column in question, published Oct. 15 in the The Panther campus newspaper, was headlined: “Diversity of skin color is nothing compared to diversity of opinion.”

    “Forced diversity, casual hatred for straight white men and ostracism of conservative blacks and gays have become commonplace,” argued Marhoefer in his piece. “In the pursuit of diversity for the sake of diversity, echo chambers, which only breed radicalism, have created the perfect climate where voices can be silenced.”


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  86. Spawny Get says:

    Happy Trafalgar Day everyone. The battle where we definitively bollocksed both the French and Spanish fleets. YAY.

    And now we wait to see if disMay fails to reclaim our fishing waters from the EU. FML

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  87. Spawny Get says:

    “2. These “conversations” are worthless to men as nothing is ever achieved/settled/agreed on that woman won’t disavow the second it suits them, so the smart man doesn’t bother wasting his time. And anything less than total capitulation by men is seen as misogyny by women.”


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  88. SFC Ton says:

    Hear me loud, and hear me clear. When a woman, a group of women, several million women say …..
    Of women are talking men are failing. Why isn’t their a cock in her cock holster? Or a pair of her panties crammed in to her mouth? Maybe worse yet is some man listening. Either way, they shouldn’t be talking at random and without permission


  89. Spawny Get says:

    All Hail Ton! ‘without permission’…


  90. Spawny Get says:

    Real field guns being thrown around

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  91. Spawny Get says:

    Rumour is that Lady Huxley goes like the privy door when the plague’s in town.

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  92. molly says:

    Ladies, a question for you:

    “What would you do if all men had a 9pm curfew?”


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  93. Spawny Get says:

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  94. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    In honor of Trafalgar Day.


  95. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    In honor of the Czech election.


  96. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    That was my first thought too. These feminists are doing their best to out themselves as hare brained haters.While I know that Yoda linked this up thread, those who didn’t read it, should. It’s short.
    The more stuff like this they come up with, the more they expose themselves for what they are.

    PS, Burrito, burrito, burrito.

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  97. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    The fembots will not recover from Hillary losing the election. This Harvey Weinstein thing has them all up in arms. Now, with the #metoo and this call for a curfew for men, they are going off the deep end. I hope the hits just keep coming.

    One thought. If Hillary won and she gave the store away to this bunch, where would we be?


  98. The badge gang isn’t going to support any curfew on men as they know they would get killed trying to enforce it. No congress-critter could leave D.C. again after voting for it because they would be committing literal suicide by going back to their home districts. They’d have to confiscate the 250 million+ guns in private hands before they could do anything like this.

    I’d actually love to see this be attempted. This would be the kickoff to the civil war that returns the country back to its citizens and the end of tyranny of our current Federal overlords.

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  99. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    If such a law passed, It would be completely unenforcible. The police would be subject to the curfew too. This is hare brained in the extreme. It is just an expression of pure, undiluted hate.


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