The changing traditions of marriage


I mean seriously, what was he thinking?  What was she thinking?  Who has any dignity in this scenario?  No one.  That’s who.

I don’t remember hearing of this in the Mills and Boon romance novels.  I know there’s an American equivalent that I should look up but I can’t even right now.  I just can’t.

Men…just say no.  How could you possibly be this desperate?  You need to (re)discover your self respect.  Or go to the gym.  A LOT.

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84 comments on “The changing traditions of marriage
  1. SFC Ton says:

    Married men aren’t supposed to have self respect or dignity. That’s old school, masculine and ebul but I think that video has to be a set up

    Wonder how ebul liz is doing

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  2. A Dad says:

    Body positivity. Nothing positive about it.

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  3. earlthomas786 says:

    You need to (re)discover your self respect. Or go to the gym. A LOT.

    And she could also be a good helper and go to the gym too. A LOT. Like lose 50 pounds worth of weight LOT. Then there would be no need to wheel her over the threshold.

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  4. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    He deserves points for saving his back from being blown out carrying his overweight wife. Still, it would have been better if they had just not bothered. We are hearing and seeing too many stories out of Mainland China because the one child policy made raising boys more desirable to parents resulting in tens of millions of Chinese men who will never find partners.

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  5. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Off topic, Helen Smith does not like her colleagues abusing the profession to further political aims.
    https://pjmedia.com/drhelen/psychotherapist-no-trump-not-crazy/

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  6. Yoda says:

    Democrat Senator Al Franken told the Minnesota Star-Tribune on Sunday that he’s returning to work on Sunday, that he doesn’t “intentionally” grope women, and that he hopes others don’t come forward, but his memory seems to be shaky:

    Three women allege Franken grabbed their buttocks while taking photos with them during separate incidents at campaign events in 2007, 2008 and 2010. Franken told the Minneapolis Star Tribune he doesn’t remember taking the specific photos, but said such groping is “not something I would intentionally do.”

    https://thepolitistick.com/al-franken-dont-intentionally-grope-women-hope-others-dont-come-forward/

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  7. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    More from Al Franken. Runs less than seven minutes.

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  8. Spawny Get says:

    You can probably see it coming – ooerr. Just as I did, however, it is amusing

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  9. earlthomas786 says:

    How can you make a feminist teacher speechless?

    She probably had to take a mental day after that one for the oppression she endured.

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  10. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    That was a mean trick.

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  11. @SG That was the funniest thing I’ve seen in YEARS! I haven’t laughed like that since they stuck the knives in Ricky Bobby’s leg.

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  12. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy had a link yesterday about a nurse who wrote bad tweets. Here is a follow up. She doesn’t work for Indiana Health any more.
    https://www.indystar.com/story/news/local/2017/11/26/iu-health-says-nurse-no-longer-employee-following-controversial-tweet/896178001/

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  13. Spawny Get says:

    Kentucky, just had to search for that clip…now I’m with you. LOL.

    I’m not sure that that wasn’t the first time she’d have seen one of those. I mean, that miserable looking? I’m thinking likely a lesbian.

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  14. SG. And a very frustrated one at that. Looks like she’s surrounded by teenage girls all day who can’t stand her.

    Momma said its nice to share.

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  15. Farm Boy says:

    Make no mistake about it: Nancy Pelosi this morning just gave Republican voters permission to vote for Roy Moore. She revealed that in the end, power is all that matters, not principle. Why, exactly, are Alabama Republicans supposed to stand on principle and vote for a member of Nancy Pelosi’s party, or withhold their votes from the morally compromised Republican, when the House Democratic leader is unwilling to take a stand against one of her own, despite his having transferred $27,000 of taxpayer money into the bank account of a woman he wanted to silence and send away?

    http://www.theamericanconservative.com/dreher/morality-will-to-power-pelosi/

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  16. Farm Boy says:

    Because every little girl needs to know that gay teens are at a higher risk of committing suicide.

    Lest you think I’m being unnecessarily paranoid about the gross over-sexualization of a little girl’s toy, Romper’s coverage goes on to note:

    “Aside from a few trolls, the response on Barbie’s Instagram profile has been super positive. Since we all know that Barbie and Ken have had a long relationship together, tons of commenters were thrilled to see Barbie not just supporting LGBTQ rights, but many also imagined that maybe she was “coming out as bisexual,” though that’s just a fan theory, since Mattel and Barbie were only plugging the “Love Wins” shirts in the Instagram post.”

    https://pjmedia.com/lifestyle/lgbtq-barbie-pushes-children-embrace-love-wins-campaign/

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  17. Farm Boy says:

    “His eye makeup is better than yours,” reads the headline in the New York Times. The article is about Jack Bennett, a 10-year-old boy from Berkshire, England. Thanks to his Instagram account, @makeuupbyjack, the pre-pubescent is now advising cosmetic companies like MAC and NYX on trends and “looks.” Bennett is one of a growing number of young men and boys who are becoming popular on the social media site for sharing pictures of themselves doing their own makeup

    https://pjmedia.com/lifestyle/new-york-times-celebrates-sexualization-10-year-old-boy/

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  18. Farm Boy says:

    Feminism Is a Totalitarian Movement to Destroy Civilization as We Know It, and feminists will not be satisfied until they control all positions of authority everywhere in society. In order to advance their agenda, feminists are deliberately exaggerating the prevalence of workplace harassment, to make it seem ubiquitous. They are conflating minor annoyances — the vaguely “creepy” guy’s awkward flirtation — with such grievous wrongs as those committed by Weinstein and Louis C.K.

    http://theothermccain.com/2017/11/28/sex-panic-and-its-consequences/

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  19. Farm Boy says:

    After weeks of continuously unfolding abuse scandals, men have become, quite literally, unbelievable. What any given man might say about gender politics and how he treats women are separate and unrelated phenomena. Liberal or conservative, feminist or chauvinist, woke or benighted, young or old, found on Fox News or in The New Republic, a man’s stated opinions have next to no relationship to behavior.

    https://mobile.nytimes.com/2017/11/25/opinion/sunday/harassment-men-libido-masculinity.html

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  20. Farm Boy says:

    Speaking on ABC’s “This Week,” Cokie Roberts made a startling admission: “every female in the press corps knew” to avoid being in an elevator with Rep. John Conyers (D-MI), and has apparently known about this “for years.”

    https://townhall.com/tipsheet/christinerousselle/2017/11/27/cokie-roberts-oh-we-all-knew-to-avoid-getting-in-an-elevator-with-rep-conyers-n2414826

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  21. Speaking on ABC’s “This Week,” Cokie Roberts made a startling admission: “every female in the press corps knew” to avoid being in an elevator with Rep. John Conyers (D-MI), and has apparently known about this “for years.”

    But since he had (D-MI) next to his name we all knew he was bulletproof and we’d be fired if one of us brought this to light. But hey at least we got women’s empowerment, right!

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  22. thedeti says:

    Marital traditions have changed. For the worse of all of us.

    The best marital tradition was that the man is the head of the house, he loves her and gives himself up for her, the woman submitted to him through humility as the church submits to Christ, and she respects (obeys) him. It actually worked. Did it create tons and tons of sexual attraction on her part? Probably not. But it did create enough to last. Did it mean they had tons and tons of awesome sex all the time? Probably not. But it was good enough to create a marriage that lasted. It was good enough to create a marriage in which he loved her and she respected him. It was good enough to get the two of them to like each other, care about each other, and serve each other.

    And in that marriage, he was the head. Did that mean he was a tinhorn dictator? No. It did mean, though, that in a disagreement between him and her on a major item of contention, they went with what he decided. Did it mean she had no say at all? No. It did mean, though, that once she had had her say, what he decided was the end of the matter. She had to trust that she had made a good decision at the beginning of the marriage and selected a man who had her best interests at heart.

    She wasn’t without power. Women, especially older matriarchs. wielded ENORMOUS amounts of “soft power”, behind the scenes. Usually took the form of soft manipulation and cajoling and coaxing, whereas male “hard power” was monetary, forceful and blunt, and as a last resort, the violent use of physical force. Thing was, as we’ve “progressed”, women’s “soft power” wasn’t enough, and they demanded access to male hard power.

    Now, you’ve got men trying to use “soft power” which results in them being perceived as passive aggressive bitches who cannot command women’s respect. And you’ve got women trying to use hard power which results in them being perceived as hypermasculine bitches who cannot earn the love of a good man.

    Wow, how well that’s worked out….

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  23. thedeti says:

    Matriarchs had soft power because they had the eyes, ears and hearts of their husbands. They could coax and cajole and, yes, manipulate, their husbands (winning him “without a word”).

    And the time for a young woman to figure out what her future husband was made of, was BEFORE walking down the aisle. It was BEFORE you got naked with him. BEFORE you said “yes”. That’s why you got help from the men in your family – dad, uncles, granddads, older brothers. Because they can see things you can’t. Because they’re more objective and are thinking with their heads and not their overheated emotions.

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  24. It actually worked.

    It is how God set up the institution…so of course it would work. Why so call Christian pastors don’t get that I don’t know why.

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  25. And it actually worked.

    All a good engineer ever wants to know…does it work.

    Oh wait, engineers, stem, women….never mind.

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  26. Spawny Get says:

    The Canadian teaching assistant who recorded her inquisition and released it…
    The popcorniest popcorn that ever popcorned.

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  27. Spawny Get says:

    Thanks Earl, that’s an absolute classic

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  28. All a good engineer ever wants to know…does it work.

    Oh wait, engineers, stem, women….never mind.

    If only engineering was based on how you feel instead of misogynistic physics and mathematics.

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  29. Yoda says:

    In the future, stuff only needs to work for 15 minutes or less (perhaps 0) it will.
    Opening up engineering fields to “think with emotion” types awesome it will be

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  30. @SG The grad student apparently is/was a SJW true believer and actually repeats several times that she disagrees with Jordan Peterson and is down with the Narrative. Her recording the interrogation was a smart move, but seems to be a purely defensive one. We’ll have to wait and see if her eyes have truly been opened, or if she just picks up where she left off prior to being temporarily “othered”.

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  31. Yoda says:


    The craze for sex robots will lead to a growing number of men whose only sexual and romantic relationships will be with dolls, academics say.

    So-called “digisexuals” will shun human partners in favor of the new kind of virtual reality porn and customizable robots able to speak and interact

    https://nypost.com/2017/11/27/sex-robots-spark-rise-of-men-who-will-only-sleep-with-dolls/

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  32. Yoda says:

    It’s easy to be critical of Vega and Abramson in hindsight and wonder why women in newsroom management didn’t do more. We are all angry at the men — and women — who saw but looked away, who accepted what is not acceptable, and who tacitly let it happen.

    https://www.usatoday.com/story/opinion/2017/11/28/charlie-rose-sexual-harassment-and-regrets-female-news-managers-alicia-shepard-column/895998001/

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  33. Yoda says:

    Pelosi offers two justifications for going easy on Conyers. One is that the congressman is a civil-rights “icon.” By this logic, being a legend is a little like being a celebrity as described by Donald Trump in the Access Hollywood tape — it’s a free pass for gross behavior. The other Pelosi rationale is that Conyers “has done a great deal to protect women.” This makes ideology rather than personal conduct the standard.

    http://www.nationalreview.com/article/454093/nancy-pelosi-john-conyers-sexual-assault-allegations

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  34. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    That male feminist who writes for the new York Times has not figured it out yet. He will end up being thrown under the bus because this is all about warring on male sexuality.

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  35. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    More Lindsay.

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  36. Spawny Get says:

    This goes very poorly indeed for the gurly

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  37. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    Milo was much better prepared. He has done a thorough study of the faith to a far greater depth than she.
    I don’t know how long he will be in Australia, but the feminists he will run into there will be more rabid. It should be interesting.

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  38. earlthomas786 says:

    It looks like another one bites the dust. I’ve heard rumors about him for years.

    ”Today’ show’s Matt Lauer fired for ‘inappropriate sexual behavior’ at work’

    http://www.wsoctv.com/news/local/today-show-co-host-matt-lauer-fired-for-inappropriate-sexual-behavior-at-work/655603806

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  39. earlthomas786 says:

    Puriantical obession with the breast?

    It’s about a perv who is obessed with women’s underwear and this is his BS story to get them.

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  40. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I think it was TFM who made the observation that getting men fired for sexual harassment would be a benefit to feminists because they would be replaced with women. In Matt Lauer’s case, it seems to be true.

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  41. earlthomas786 says:

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  42. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Paul Joseph Watson’s latest video trashing modern art. It is funny and runs eight and a half minutes.

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  43. @SG Not a Milo fan, but watched until he crushed her with, “Can you name a majority muslim country you would rather live in than here?” Her, “No.”

    Done.

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  44. earlthomas786 says:

    Yeah but I doubt the men who supported women’s rights or feminism never thought they would be the ones getting the ax. They probably thought it would be the rednecks, Trump supporters, and misogyny. Saying you are a feminist doesn’t magically make you bulletproof from being a perv at work and demanding women have sex with you because you support their rights.

    Besides things like Hollywood, DC, and the media have been circling the drain for years.

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  45. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Still, it is odd that feminists are targeting men who support them. I would think that their first instinct would be to go after their opponents. Could it be that their opponents have given them little cause in this matter?

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  46. OK, I watched the rest. “I think you’re submitting to stupidity.”, was also a very good line. She’s a puffed-up idiot, who doesn’t have a clue about the concepts she’s trying to argue. Couldn’t state the 5 Pillars to save her life, which I think could be a literal scenario in a muslim run country. And she still has no idea how badly she’s embarrassing herself. He actually tried to let her get away, but she doubled down instead. Moron.

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  47. Spawny Get says:

    Kentucky, I’m not a huge fan either. Sometimes he excels (as he did there) other times he’s just a flamboyant embarrassment.

    That one was an excellent example of what happens when an empowered bubble-headed entitled female encounters resistance for the first time in her life. The fragility of her mind and her arguments are ripped bare for all to see.

    Stupid people used to know to keep their mouths shut when they didn’t know what they were talking about. These days they don’t even know when they don’t know what they’re talking about, let alone to keep their gobs shut. This is not a good thing for society or them.

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  48. @SG Stupid people used to know to keep their mouths shut when they didn’t know what they were talking about. These days they don’t even know when they don’t know what they’re talking about, let alone to keep their gobs shut. This is not a good thing for society or them.

    That is because these days we are told we have to value everyone’s opinion, so we’re not allowed to just say, “that’s fucking stupid” when an idiot like her is talking. That is how stupid learn to keep their stupid thoughts to themselves. Nowadays you’ll get called, racist, sexist, islama-phobe, even when you’re in the right.

    There was absolutely no merit to her “argument”, which was really just her feelings about how she wants to be treated since she’s a special snowflake who knows how islam is supposed to be done right. Emotion is not a substitute for rational thought no matter how much morons like her want it to be. She acted like he had slapped her when he said all muslims should go back to the middle-east. I don’t think anyone had ever had the temerity (in her view) to say anything like that to her before.

    I wouldn’t have bothered talking to her after she “No” to living in a muslim country, but he’s a performance artist so that’s what he does. At this point in my life I’ve learned better than to try persuade a fool of their foolishness.

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  49. Farm Boy says:

    ”Today’ show’s Matt Lauer fired for ‘inappropriate sexual behavior’ at work’

    He always struck me as an arrogant a-hole. Good riddance

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  50. Yoda says:

    And yetis, as it turns out, are real. That is, if you’re willing to accept “yeti” as the nickname of a reclusive (but not at all undiscovered) population of bears high in the Himalaya mountains.

    Little Green Men also real they are

    https://www.popsci.com/yeti-myth-himalayan-brown-bear

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  51. Yoda says:

    This story from Radar Online last spring provides additional context about Matt Lauer’s firing. Apparently he was not terribly popular at NBC:

    Following her visit, an insider said, staffers and producers “were given the option to move from working with Matt to join Megyn’s team.”
    And the response was overwhelming!

    “It was almost embarrassing!” the source claimed. “Matt had no idea how much he was disliked until he saw how many people wanted to get away from him.”

    “Some producers want to move because they are excited by working with Megyn,” the insider conceded, “but it seems like most of them signed up just to get away from Matt.”

    https://pjmedia.com/blog/liveblogevent/wednesdays-hot-mic-35/entry-217966/

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  52. Yoda says:

    Pelosi’s comment completes feminism’s arc of hypocrisy: Clarence Thomas’s tormentors have become John Conyers’s defenders. The same feminists who scoffed at Thomas’s description of his hearing as a “high-tech lynching” now play the race card for Conyers as a civil rights “icon.”

    The long-awaited “reckoning” looks more like the tired rationalization, as feminists, for all their advertised anguish in recent days, return to what can be called the Pelosi rule: our pigs are better than their pigs.

    https://spectator.org/the-pelosi-rule-our-pigs-are-better-than-their-pigs/

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  53. earlthomas786 says:

    Perhaps enough of them finally figured out the actual predators were the emasculated feminist men who made the crude remarks or fumbled around with bad social skills that didnt produce tingles and not the boogie man misogynists they projected upon.

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  54. earlthomas786 says:

    Lauer has always come across as kind of a phony and arrogant. It wouldn’t shock me to think he didnt know the three rules in the workplace. He’s not attractive and he knows how to not be attractive.

    Plus if the stories about his marriage are true that’s most likely done too.

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  55. Yoda says:

    But lots of money Lauer made he did.
    Has that he does

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  56. Yoda says:

    Truly Hawt Men can be harassers not.
    Exceptions apply they do

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  57. earlthomas786 says:

    Loses at least half of that in the divorce and most likely more since she has made claims of abuse in the past.

    Lots of money doesnt make an unattractive man attractive. Money is what attracts the broads…not the man.

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  58. earlthomas786 says:

    Basically what this whole metoo nonsense should be teaching us is…

    If you don’t have movie star good looks, or a likeable personality, and you aren’t self aware to know you don’t have movie star good looks and a likeable personality…women are going to bring your ‘game’ mistakes out of the woodwork. That’s the current situation we are in now.

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  59. Yoda says:

    you aren’t self aware to know you don’t have movie star good looks

    The Glorious Patriarch has Movie Star Good Looks (MSGL) he does.
    No worries he has

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  60. earlthomas786 says:

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  61. earlthomas786 says:

    Daily reminder there’s plenty of nilhilistic white kids who never worked a day in their life who think Communism is great….and have no clue that it’s basically a system that kills humans very effeciently.

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  62. earlthomas786 says:

    Yeah but what if the women decided they didn’t really like Lauer at all and then realize it wasn’t consensual at all. Sexual immorality, not even once.

    ‘According to the Post, Lauer had numerous affairs with subordinates at the network, but they were said to be consensual. The Rio situation was not. More details will be forthcoming soon.’

    http://www.dailywire.com/news/24094/breaking-lauer-accused-sexual-assault-during-rio-ben-shapiro

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  63. earlthomas786 says:

    1. Be handsome
    2. Be attractive
    3. Don’t be unattractive

    Lauer most not have got the memo.

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  64. Garrison Keillor has also gotten the axe.

    https://www.usnews.com/news/entertainment/articles/2017-11-29/garrison-keillor-says-fired-over-alleged-improper-behavior

    Now that would be frightening for a chick. He is one ugly mo-fo and it slooks like he forgot all three rules.

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  65. Yoda says:

    Garrison Kiellor pitched dumb stuff and was unfunny in doing so he was.
    Never figure out his appeal I could

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  66. Yoda says:

    Lauer most not have got the memo.

    No excuse he has
    I got the memo and live in a Galaxy Far Far Away I do

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  67. Minnesota Public Radio confirmed Keillor had been fired, saying it received a single allegation of “inappropriate behavior.” The agency said it doesn’t know of any other allegations against Keillor.

    “It’s some sort of poetic irony to be knocked off the air by a story, having told so many of them myself, but I’m 75 and don’t have any interest in arguing about this. And I cannot in conscience bring danger to a great organization I’ve worked hard for since 1969,” Keillor said.

    Fired over a single allegation after being their biggest star ever and having worked there since 1969? There must be some Guinness Book record shit in her complaint.

    I won’t miss him either, since I’m not a SWPL, socialist, baby-murdering, NPR listener.

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  68. earlthomas786 says:

    ‘I won’t miss him either, since I’m not a SWPL, socialist, baby-murdering, NPR listener.’

    I’m guessing he probably did it then without saying it like that as quickly as he folded.

    And he must be delusional to think he’s attractive to women…he thinks NPR is a great organization.

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  69. Spawny Get says:

    I reckon I’ve shared this meme before, but this is too good

    Because there’s a lot of this going around in SJW circles.

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  70. earlthomas786 says:

    The only other time I heard of the guy was the Simpsons making fun of him.

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  71. Farm Boy says:

    It’s one thing for trans women to volunteer for combat service. It’s an entirely different matter for them to be drafted into it.

    https://dalrock.wordpress.com/2017/11/27/cowardly-cisgendered-men-forcing-heroic-transgendered-women-to-fight-in-their-place/

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  72. Farm Boy says:

    As the co-host of NBC’s “Today,” Matt Lauer once gave a colleague a sex toy as a present. It included an explicit note about how he wanted to use it on her, which left her mortified.
    On another day, he summoned a different female employee to his office, and then dropped his pants, showing her his penis. After the employee declined to do anything, visibly shaken, he reprimanded her for not engaging in a sexual act.

    He would sometimes quiz female producers about who they’d slept with, offering to trade names…

    Despite being married, Lauer was fixated on women, especially their bodies and looks, according to more than 10 accounts from current and former employees. He was known for making lewd comments verbally or over text messages. He once said made a suggestive reference to a colleague’s performance in bed and compared it to how she was able to complete her job, according to witnesses to the exchange. For Lauer, work and sex were intertwined.

    “There were a lot of consensual relationships, but that’s still a problem because of the power he held,” says a former producer who knew first-hand of these encounters. “He couldn’t sleep around town with celebrities or on the road with random people, because he’s Matt Lauer and he’s married. So he’d have to do it within his stable, where he exerted power, and he knew people wouldn’t ever complain.”

    http://variety.com/2017/biz/news/matt-lauer-accused-sexual-harassment-multiple-women-1202625959/

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  73. earl says:

    “He couldn’t sleep around town with celebrities or on the road with random people, because he’s Matt Lauer and he’s married. So he’d have to do it within his stable, where he exerted power, and he knew people wouldn’t ever complain.”

    And that right there is why he was not attractive and didn’t know he was unattractive.

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  74. Farm Boy says:

    we are shutting down our rather hilarious project because we can no longer compete with our competition. We have come to realize that our competition is not other satirical websites, but rather the people we are trying to satirize. About a week ago, after a short hiatus from the website and in light of the recent sexual assault allegations currently afflicting Hollywood, we put out another article titled “Why we should believe women who accuse right wingers of rape more than those who accuse liberals”. The article is a total caricature intended to be as ridiculous as possible, basically arguing that because liberals are good people, we should forgive them when they rape women. We thought no one in the world could possibly hold views as ridiculous as that, so we wrote it as satire and published it.

    https://medusamagazine.com/i-created-medusa-magazine-and-i-am-shutting-it-down-because-feminist-stupidity-has-surpassed-satire

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  75. earl says:

    That’s something new I haven’t heard about…apparently the pill also increases the risk of suicide.

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