The Future


#MeToo is still running strong.  Eventually it will peter out and Democrats will call for new laws to make sure that it never happens again.  Undoubtedly a number of Republicans will be browbeaten into going along.

Even though the incidents all occurred with powerful people (mostly Liberal types at that), probably the biggest impact of whatever they come up with will fall onto the average joe.  It could be rules that ease away due process and nudge trials toward kangaroo courts.  Perhaps it will ease the rules with respect to civil suits in order to allow men to be more easily punished (fleeced).  Almost assuredly, workplace rules will be hardened.

Average men will retreat; powerful men will be a bit more careful, and women will still whine.  Your job is to project what they will be whining about.

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129 comments on “The Future
  1. Farm Boy says:

    I wonder if “Universal Consent Forms” will be the future

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  2. earl says:

    ‘Where have all the good men gone?’
    ‘Why are men so threatened by me?’
    ‘Why aren’t men sexually harassing me anymore?’

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  3. Farm Boy says:

    Women like attention, except when the don’t (which is sometimes pretend)

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  4. Farm Boy says:

    “Why are men ignoring me?”

    I have had women unhappy that I did that

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  5. earl says:

    ‘Women like attention, except when the don’t (which is sometimes pretend)’

    They might really like it in the moment and then remember 30 years later they didn’t like it. Especially if it can take down a powerful politician, actor, or athlete and give them the attention they crave again.

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  6. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Predicting the future is hard. I think Yoda made some good points about that in the original Star Wars trilogy. This time, the boom may not fall on men. It should be noted that feminists attacked their political allies. This will not encourage moderate politicians to do them favors. That las that I heard, female senators were calling for harassment defendants to pick up the tab for judgments in the hopes that this will discourage men from running for office. In general, I think that feminists have cut their own throat on this one. We can but hope. If more onus is piled on men, I don’t want to think about what the reaction will be.

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  7. Farm Boy says:

    That was fast. In this #MeToo moment, feminism has been coopted by both people who don’t understand it and by people who oppose it. Worse: it’s now being used against people who are feminists and allies.

    https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2017/dec/10/dont-let-alt-right-coopt-metoo-agenda

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  8. earl says:

    ‘feminism has been coopted by both people who don’t understand it ‘

    So…..feminists.

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  9. Farm Boy says:

    It is difficult to imagine anything more stupid than what follows

    We have to stop seeing sexual harassment and sexual assault as some sort of flattery of women gone awry. In truth, sexual assault has nothing to do with sex, or sexuality, or flirting, or courtship, or love. Rather, sexual assault is a kind of hate. The men who gratify themselves by abusing women aren’t getting off on those women, but on power. These men don’t sexually assault women because they like women but because they despise them as subordinate creatures. We should call it misogynistic harassment and misogynistic assault, not sexual assault. These are hate crimes.

    https://hotair.com/archives/2017/12/11/sally-kohn-men-hate-women/

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  10. SFC Ton says:

    See I think I would weather any #metoo pretty damn well. Mostly because I am up front about banging bitches

    “The Ton grabbed my ass during an interview!” Fuck yeah I did! Bitch has got a nice ass but she was shit in bed. Enjoyed her best friend a lot more 😉

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  11. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    That sounds like damage control. Feminists have tossed as many of their legislative allies under the bus as they could.

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  12. earl says:

    ‘It is difficult to imagine anything more stupid than what follows’

    All you had to say was Sally Kohn.

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  13. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I think that Yoda linked this story yesterday. Today, video surfaced. Runs under four minutes.

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  14. I doubt that it will have much effect on the real issue. Men in power and women who want favors will find each other. Maybe people will be more careful knowing the story may change years later? But probably not. As the op says, men who did nothing and are not in any position of power to take advantage will likely be the scapegoats.

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  15. At various points in time I have found myself in a situation where inappropriate advances (the guys were married in most cases) would occur. A few times it could have been bad (one in particular was very aggressive.) but somehow quick thinking and wit have seen me thru. In the case w the aggressive guy, who was the LAST person I saw something like that coming, I said, “ohh, sounds good… But let’s get some beer first!” Well he liked that idea and I gave him the slip before the beer was procured. Done. That’s how I handle things like that. 😉

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  16. The guy went from meek and mild to hands everywhere trying to force under clothes and down pants w no warning. It happens but I didn’t #metoo about it. He was a friend of a friend and married, then isolated me w a pretty plausible story, so last thing I was thinking was he was going to try to force himself on me. But like I said, my quick thinking and own plausible story of being down but wanting beer first did the trick. I avoided him like the plague after that. Done.

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  17. Love says:

    RPG, good for you! I was an intern at a small company – basically a secretary … My supervisor once told me that the owner of the company raped her. As a young girl, that horrified me. Yet I found it odd that she still worked there and allowed him to take her shopping at times. Maybe I don’t understand sexual assault but he never behaved badly with me. He once touched my skin and complimented me while I was taking notes in his office. I said thank you and we continued on.

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  18. @love the fact that she continued to be alone w him, especially to go shopping, makes me wonder… Maybe she just wanted everyone else to stay away? Who knows!

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  19. @love, during college I had a student job at the local military base. My boss, head of a dept and in his 50s at the time walked into the job interview, looked at me, said “yep she’ll do” and walked out. Never looked at my resume. Odd. Anyway first day on the job he asked me if I’d like to borrow his new car to go to lunch? I said no thank you, I don’t think that would be appropriate, sir. He never pushed it again.

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  20. Other gals in our office, including married ones, borrowed his car at lunch. I was so niave!!! :/ but I am glad I was. Easier.

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  21. Love says:

    It seems most men take ‘no thanks’ for an answer and don’t press further. Women accepting their gifts/favors is sending mix messages.

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  22. Farm Boy says:

    White House reporter Brian Karem, the Executive Editor of Sentinel Newspapers, demanded today that Sarah Huckabee Sanders acknowledge in front of the world if she’s ever been sexually abused.

    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2017/12/sick-twisted-liberal-hack-demands-sarah-huckabee-sanders-acknowledge-shes-ever-sexually-abused-video/

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  23. Spawny Get says:

    Fuzzie, check yer email.

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  24. Sigma Frame says:

    All the stuff you see on the news is just the tip of the iceberg, and it’s also the carefully selected and polished tip that the media wants the public to see. I believe those guys who get sexual harassment accusations thrown at them 20 years after the fact somehow did something stupid that upset Big Brother, so then the ‘Authorities’ carefully arranged to publicize one of the hundreds of sex scandals they’ve participated in, just to topple him and/or shame him back into their fold of influence. Remember, they own the media. Nothing comes out without their spin of approval. Plus, they can frame the story to look like a victory for feminism, and push that narrative a little further towards the weakening of society as a whole, and gain more political control in the process.

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  25. jg1 says:

    I think the end game is total segregation of the sexes to the point where all interaction and procreation will trickle down to a halt. The future looks very bleak for us men and will only intensify the spread of MGTOW for life.

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  26. Spawny Get says:

    The TradTHOT Saga continues

    Not seen him before AFAIR but his tone is reasonable. A few details about Lauren that I didn’t know before.

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  27. Farm Boy says:

    I was wrong up above. This is more stupid than that.

    The leader of Purdue University’s School of Engineering Education recently declared that academic “rigor” reinforces “white male heterosexual privilege.”

    Donna Riley, who previously taught engineering at Smith College for 13 years, published an article in the most recent issue of the journal Engineering Education, arguing that academic rigor is a “dirty deed” that upholds “white male heterosexual privilege.”

    https://www.campusreform.org/?ID=10257

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  28. earlthomas786 says:

    ‘ Women accepting their gifts/favors is sending mix messages.’

    Accepting those gifts/favors often comes with strings attached.

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  29. Farm Boy

    Academic rigor in Engineering……

    Well when the bridge falls down its patriarchy!!!

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  30. Demographic bubble coming.

    Powerful isolating themselves

    Average guy actually incented to Not engage

    Aging infrastructure and housing.

    I see a glorius time.

    A generation of young women in the workforce where men will not mentor them or help them with the hard stuff. Then they go out and no guys will acknowledge them, no more supermarket flirting. Dating sites are a woman fest, bars are empty. Then her house needs fixing so she calls several tradesmen, none actually say they wont enter a womnans house but the earliuest appoiintment is next March…funny her brother got his furnace fixed next day.

    A glorious time when men and play with men and women with women.

    Like that survivor season.

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  31. #METOO means “I suck cock for a living, but I don’t always like it.”

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  32. JDG says:

    Common sense has gone they way of the dodo. From the Anti-suffragism Wiki page:

    There were three main concerns that drove the anti-suffrage argument.

    First, anti-suffragists felt that giving women the right to vote would threaten the family institution.[7]

    Second, they saw women’s suffrage as in opposition to God’s will.[8]

    Third, they thought that women could not handle the responsibility of voting because they lacked knowledge of that beyond the domestic sphere and they feared government would be weakened by introducing this ill-informed electorate.[9]

    Right on all three counts. This mess isn’t going to get fixed. How does one put everything back into Pandora’s box?

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  33. Farm Boy says:

    JDG,

    There is also the negative effect women’s suffrage had on sammich making

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  34. JDG says:

    Yep! That’s actually what motivated my comment. When I think of all those women in men’s positions making those places more feminine yet less efficient, rather than at home making sammiches, I get the urge to write something. Now I have the urge to eat something.

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  35. Farm Boy says:

    Just as with Karl Marx mentioned above

    Garrison Keillor has been disappeared into the Memory Hole. If you look for his biography or the archived shows from a half century of “A Prairie Home Companion” on the website of Minnesota Public Radio since his fall from grace, you’ll now find only this: “Sorry, but there’s no page here.”

    Keillor and his entire body of work from “A Prairie Home Companion” and “Writer’s Almanac” have been effectively erased from the archives of MPR, along with the work of all the other storytellers, singers, poets and production staff who made the shows successful.

    http://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2017/12/garrison-keillor-flushed-down-the-memory-hole.php

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  36. Farm Boy says:

    police announced they have uncovered a huge pedophile ring at Disney World, Florida. Over 35 employees were arrested for alleged child rape offenses.

    https://joeforamerica.com/2017/12/huge-pedophile-ring-discovered-disney-world-35-arrests/

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  37. earlthomas786 says:

    ‘police announced they have uncovered a huge pedophile ring at Disney World, Florida. Over 35 employees were arrested for alleged child rape offenses.’

    I’m sure once the hindsight is revealed it was another one of those ‘open secrets’.

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  38. Book burning would be bad, seen as extremeism.

    Thank gods for the interwebs where we can just quietly erase an entire body of work and expunge all memory of an person’s existence.

    Prarie Home Companion was a great, wholesome home for its time.

    Hopefully Carol Burnett, Harvey Korman and Tim Conway dont offend anyone. I’d hate to see all those old laughs wiped from existence.

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  39. earlthomas786 says:

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  40. Spawny Get says:

    YAY! Another Dicktor van Doomcock Epic

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  41. Spawny Get says:

    Earl, I would seriously advise against taking Jeremy Clarkson seriously. He’s an epic troll.

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  42. Spawny Get says:

    And it is a great idea that we don’t have but should. Obviously ‘turn left on red’ because we drive on the right side of the road, which is to say; the left. This is so we don’t clout peasants round the back of their head with our sword as we pass them whilst ahorse while they rightly trudge afoot. Or something. Also that cock-knocker Napoleon failed to invade us because we sank all his ships. Then lead a coalition to shit on his army

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  43. earlthomas786 says:

    I didn’t take it seriously. I thought it was funny.

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  44. Doomcock is funny, but I wish he would move on from STD. Not really loving the puppet either.

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  45. earlthomas786 says:

    The retort to “10 Things Every Intersectional Feminist Should Ask On A First Date.”

    ‘WALSH: 5 Questions Every Man Should Ask On A First Date To Weed Out The Man-Hating Feminists’

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/24592/walsh-5-questions-every-man-should-ask-first-date-matt-walsh

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  46. Farm Boy says:

    From Earl’s link,

    1. Do you think unborn babies are people?

    2. Have you ever taken steps in your own life to make a sandwich for a man?

    3. Have you ever used the word “patriarchy” unironically?

    4. Have you ever called a Disney princess “problematic”?

    5. Are you viscerally disgusted by the thought of depending on a man for anything?

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  47. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    Congratulations on the return of the pheasant. Have the hens found their way home too?
    At least Napoleon did not have to concern himself with air supremacy.

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  48. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Also from Earl’s link.
    “But if a feminist does not helpfully declare herself by forcing her date to take an entrance exam, it may be necessary for the man to ask his own set of questions in order to ensure that he is not about to court a woman who suffers from latent feminism. I’m not really joking about this. I hear from single men all the time who have nearly given up on the dating scene because their girlfriends end up being cold, bitter, unaffectionate man-haters.”
    Dating latent feminists would be pointless. Best to get to the heart of it quick.

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  49. Yoda says:

    And yet this is not a #metoo. I do not wish for all men to be punished because an overgrown adolescent with a weedy mustache couldn’t keep his hands to himself forty-three years ago in Portugal.

    Men are not a collective organism. No, it’s not #allmen. Most men would rather perform self-castration than grab a 12-year-old girl. And the vast majority of those who would want to grab a 12-year-old girl who looked 18 would control themselves.

    Here’s the thing, all this #metooism? It presumes that there is something fundamentally wrong with males. And that it’s up to males to stop all other males from behaving badly

    https://pjmedia.com/lifestyle/sexual-harassment-frenzy-madness-must-stop/

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  50. Yoda says:

    4. Have you ever called a Disney princess “problematic”?

    Yes I have.
    But probably not for the same reasons as a Feminist I have

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  51. @Spawny re:Thoughts on THOTs

    Damn, who is the chick in the screen cap? She’s smoking.. That’s really good management, Brother Rabbit.

    I also think the guy speaks reasonably and makes some good points, and while having good-looking chicks around is pleasant if they know their role, having chicks in any type of leadership is wrong and going to hurt you bad long-term. Giving rando chicks money on the intertubes? That’s fucked up.

    He shouldn’t read that stuff into camera. Rehearse what you want to say and then refer to your notes, dude.

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  52. Farm Boy says:

    Lightweight Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, a total flunky for Chuck Schumer and someone who would come to my office “begging” for campaign contributions not so long ago (and would do anything for them), is now in the ring fighting against Trump. Very disloyal to Bill & Crooked-USED!
    — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 12, 2017

    You cannot silence me or the millions of women who have gotten off the sidelines to speak out about the unfitness and shame you have brought to the Oval Office. https://t.co/UbQZqubXZv
    — Kirsten Gillibrand (@SenGillibrand) December 12, 2017

    Are you really trying to bully, intimidate and slut-shame @SenGillibrand? Do you know who you’re picking a fight with? Good luck with that, @realDonaldTrump. Nevertheless, #shepersisted. https://t.co/mYJtBZfxiu
    — Elizabeth Warren (@SenWarren) December 12, 2017

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  53. thedeti says:

    Average men will retreat; powerful men will be a bit more careful, and women will still whine. Your job is to project what they will be whining about.

    I agree with Earl, jg1 and Horseman.

    And I’ve already told you in my one post here what I think will happen, that it’s going to get really bad for men.

    What will women be whining about ?

    * * * * * *

    Where are all the good men? Why is it when I go out, all I can get is men who want to have sex with me? Why don’t any good men (read: Hot men, attractive men) want to marry me?

    I work at a nice place, but the men don’t really talk to me or acknowledge me. There are strict rules against men and women talking to each other or interacting personally. They have to email each other so there’s a record of everything that is said. They can’t even call me on the interoffice phone and they certainly cannot talk to me face to face. Its’ for everyone’s protection, we’re told, after the company fired half its male workers and paid a $50 million settlement to the state employment human rights commission. Whenever I have to have a meeting with a male client/customer, the customer brings a monitor from his company/firm, and I have to bring one from my company. We basically have people with us for no reason other than to monitor what is said and done, and prepare memos to our files to document the conversations and interactions. Again, it’s for everyone’s protection.

    When I go out to a bar, men don’t talk to me. Well, actually, men do talk to me, but it’s only the ones who want to have sex with me, and they are hot, sure, and they’re up front about it. But jeez, I don’t always want to have sex! Sometimes it’d be nice if men would actually talk to women, you know? I mean, my friends are all saying the same thing – that men just don’t interact with them in bars or restaurants.

    Even at church, men don’t talk to or look at me. We’re all there, we’re all talking and paying attention, and “fellowshipping”. But it’s the men over there talking amongst themselves and the women talking too. Except for the few married people, and half of them are in same sex marriages. And men married to women are all over 60 years old. And church is about 75% women. It reminds me of a junior high school dance.

    Dating? Ha. I haven’t been on an actual date, where I meet a man I’m interested in somewhere for drinks or dinner, in about 3 years. Know what I get? “Netflix and chill. I’ll bring a movie over.” “Come on over to my place, I’ll make up some spaghetti or something and we can eat.” “I’ve got a video we can watch. Come on over.”

    Or the booty call text at 11 pm, from a drunk friend/acquaintance: “Hey sup. We’re down at Mothers on Adams Street. Come on down.” or “Hey. What are you doing right now? Busy? Come on over to my place. I’ll spring for the Lyft” Or just “Hey”.

    Relationship? The longest relationship I’ve had lasted 5 months. And I’m 31 years old. And it’s all the same guys. My girlfriends in town, we’ve all dated/had sex with the same 20 or so guys. There are a lot of men around, but they just… don’t date. They don’t go to bars, or if they do they never talk to anyone. They don’t go to restaurants. They go to work at the same places we do, but, you know, they don’t talk. It’s like they’re invisible.

    Can someone explain to me why it’s like this? Huh?

    * * * * * *

    That’s our future, folks. Deal with it.

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  54. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    What Kirsten Gillibrand and Elizabeth Warren haven’t stopped to consider is that it take a majority of their electorate to keep them in business as legislators. How can feminists expect men to vote for them? Once men are fully aware that they are hated, why would they vote for feminists? The last numbers that I saw for the US was that only eighteen percent of people self describe as feminist.

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  55. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    H/T to Captain Capitalism. Wolf whistling banned on a college campus.
    http://www.thecollegefix.com/post/39743/

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  56. earl says:

    ‘How can feminists expect men to vote for them? Once men are fully aware that they are hated, why would they vote for feminists? The last numbers that I saw for the US was that only eighteen percent of people self describe as feminist.’

    How many US men would self describe themselves as beta orbiters or feminist (woman) worshipers?

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  57. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Earl,
    You are deflecting. Once men can see that feminists can’t represent them, they will vote for an alternate. With the election of Donald Trump, we may have seen feminism become an liability for politics.

    Deti,
    Things are bad enough now. Suicide is the leading cause of death for men under forty five. If things go as you predict, it will get a lot worse and the elites can’t get rich with so many people killing themselves.

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  58. earl says:

    ‘You are deflecting. Once men can see that feminists can’t represent them, they will vote for an alternate. ‘

    Not so much a deflection but an assessment of how many men are still ‘blue pill’ and how many are ‘red pill’.

    The more these feminists do their antics the quicker the blues turn to red. Metoo could possibly be one of the worst things to happen to feminists.

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  59. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    We don’t know how far doubt has crept into the culture. It may be deeper than we think and It is getting deeper by the day.

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  60. The deti

    To add….

    And my dishwasher broke down. I called fifteen places and all asked will I have a chaperone avialable. I told them a girlfriend was available, fourteen said no they needed a male chaperone…for my protection after all.

    So I said screw it and went to buy a new one. In the appliance warehouse store I had to sign in and wait an hour for one of the two female sales agents to work thru the list to me. Really! I mean a couple of guys walked in, were greeted and walked out with s big screen in fifteen minutes. Anyway got a good deal and asked about delivery and installation.

    Oh they deliver but dont install, their delivery men are not allowed in private residences.
    Ok. So I had a choice of drop off in the driveway or in the open garage.

    So I have my new dishwasher in the garage. Asked all four thousand of my facebook friends if one of their husbands could help. Both my married friends said they could but they are booked thru thanksgiving, next year.

    So I am back to handwashing dishes in the sink.

    Oh crap, the sink wont drain…..

    Do I have to move???

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  61. Gents check the spam buffer please. Sarcastic addition to deti’s brilliant future tale.

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  62. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Horseman,
    You are very much in a bubble.

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  63. earl says:

    Saw this as a facebook post…it’s a good example of applying cause and effect.

    ‘Feminists have worked to systematically dismantle the patriarchal nature of protective masculinity, which in turn allows for the cowardice of predatory behavior to fill the cultural void.

    Predators are defeated by protective male groups defending the dignity and honor of our women.

    The inherent weakness of the predator fears the strength of unyielding chivalry.

    The ideology of progressive feminism is reaping what it has sowed in the culture.’

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  64. Choicy says:

    I have additional question to see if the sheila is a feminist.

    6. Do you fuck?

    If the answer is “yes” your next steps should be bloody long ones out of there mates.

    If the answer is “not until now you smooth talking bastard” she probably looks like the back end of a bus.

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  65. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Choicy,
    I know that your comment was facetious, but there is so much deception attendant to that topic that I can’t see it being broached directly.

    Earl,
    I can see how feminism did this to themselves. I think their solution is for the government to step in on their behalf.

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  66. earl says:

    ‘I can see how feminism did this to themselves. I think their solution is for the government to step in on their behalf.’

    And yet to this point they have been biting the hand that feeds them.

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  67. Farm Boy says:

    They haven’t been biting the government hand. It feeds them. For now.

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  68. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    It feeds them, for now. The problem is that they presume to be entitled to the government’s assistance. They presume too much.

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  69. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Odd that feminism would encourage women to be dependent on government, which can be fickle, instead of loyal and loving husbands. This will not end well.

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  70. SFC Ton says:

    I always wonder how captain save a ho thinks his antics will play out in real time

    https://www.yahoo.com/news/man-intervenes-couples-argument-thrown-bridge-144009482.html

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  71. Cill says:

    Feminists have done their level damndest to make an enemy of their natural protectors. Keep telling a man he’s your enemy and sooner or later he’ll start to believe it.

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  72. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Cill,
    While it is true, it is still insane. They are more motivated by their hate for men than by their ambition to improve the lot of women.

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  73. Cill says:

    Fuzzy,

    To monophrase the monosyllabic monosybalism of our interesting omnisyllabic erstwhile friend Tarn here:

    YUP

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  74. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I miss Tarn. I thought about linking PFUDOR, but… I’ll watch it myself.

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  75. Cill says:

    Oops I forgot “constitutionality” in my screech.

    “Constitutionality” is an example of a new “safe space” abstract. Latinate abstract nouns are at once the most advancing and most regressing aspects of the modern condition.

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  76. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Are you saying that you don’t like it when they make words up? I don’t either and going to the dictionary is of little help.

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  77. Cill says:

    “Human Condition”. Did I type that? To hell with this pseudo latinate English. Bring on Anglo Saxon education I say.

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  78. Cill says:

    You and I are as different as different can be, Fuzzy. You’re a good bloke.

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  79. Choicy says:

    Hey Cillo I’m out in the wopwops as dry as a mother in law’s tongue mate. Any chance of a mythical thing occuring mate which is us getting together for a Fosters on line. Mate it is the best use of the internet. Join you in what, 5 hours?

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  80. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Cill,
    Do you think that anyone studies Latin anymore?

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  81. Spawny Get says:

    Ego sum coquus. Ego cenam coquit.

    https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/751571.Cambridge_Latin_Course_Unit_1
    Learnt it for a year with maybe an hour a week. And the two sentences are about all I can remember. ‘I am a cook’, ‘I cook dinner’

    Apparently the later books covered the Pompeii catastrophe. The son of Caecilius got to Britain. We got as far as ‘I am a cook’ sux bigly.

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  82. Choicy says:

    Well it is 5 or so hours later and Cillo is AWOL mate. I hear he had some good news. I think my old mate swigged a slab of his CDDU and went blotto or to use his own sailor language he was more sail than ballast tonight.

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  83. Choicy says:

    ” We got as far as ‘I am a cook’ sux bigly”
    Spawny if I read you right Ego sum coquus sux magnum.

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  84. thedeti says:

    fuzzie:

    My daughter and I each took 2 years of high school level Latin.

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  85. Love says:

    Deti and Mg, your future scenario is quite sad. I have seen more masculine lesbians work in traditional manly roles (construction, general labor, etc). Since they are still technically female, I wonder if they’ll face sexual harassment issues in the future.

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  86. My father was on the board of directors for the private, religious high school my brother (3 years younger) and I attended. In my senior year, and my brother’s freshman year, after many years of my father badgering the principal, the high school re-instated Latin as a language offering, in addition to French, German, and Spanish.

    About 10 years after my brother graduates, we hear that the principal, a very nice man and a great teacher, is retiring after the current school year. My brother and I are at a family function (all 7 males present attended this high school and knew the principal) and he tells this story. One day during his freshman year he is walking down the hall and meets the principal coming the other way. “Good morning, Mr. _______. How is your first year with us going?”
    “Oh, it’s been great so far, Br. Prinicipal.”
    “And how is Latin class? Your father has been after me for years to get Latin back.”
    “Oh, I’m not taking Latin, Brother. I’m taking Spanish.”
    My brother said the principal looked like he was having some type of stroke, and actually wobbled for a second, before regaining his composure. He choked out, “Very good then. Have a good day.”, and resumed his pace, though my brother swears he heard this very Godly man cursing under his breath until he got ’round the corner.

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  87. copperfox3c says:

    The new suggestion from #MeToo is that sexual harrassment should be considered a hate crime. Yeah you read that right. I talk about it in the new post on my site:

    http://www.illiberal-liberal.com/2017/12/diversity-of-thought-the-most-valuable-kind-of-diversity/

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  88. The idea of a “hate crime” IS thought policing nothing but. If anyone mentions “hate crime” you know they are a either a total loon, a complete idiot or both.

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  89. Farm Boy says:

    The very concept of a “hate crime” is stupid. Either something was an assault or it wasn’t, hate doesn’t have anything to do with it

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  90. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I think that the original purpose of designating a “hate crime” as such was to raise the degree of the crime. If Joe Blow is assaulted by strangers, that would be a crime of opportunity. If he was wearing a blue baseball cap at the time and it was known that his attackers were into beating up people in blue baseball caps, that would constitute intent, raising the gravity of the crime significantly.
    I think that feminists here are stretching the definition beyond what it was made to fit. They just want to see men suffer.

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  91. Farm Boy says:

    After a year of angry liberal protesting the leading US dictionary declared “feminism” the word of the year.

    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2017/12/merriam-webster-declares-feminism-word-year-2017/

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  92. thedeti says:

    spawny, farm boy, yoda:

    Please put Copperfox’s site on the ping list like you have done with Bloom, Ton and sigmaframe

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  93. Farm Boy says:

    In essence, the left, including many in the porn industry, have legitimized rape. In their minds, female performers should be forced to work with males (and females, for that matter) whom they don’t want to work with. Should said female performer decline the work and outright refuse to do the scene, she is guilty of discrimination, homophobia, and violating the civil rights of her would-be counterpart.

    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2017/12/leftists-blame-trump-pornstars-suicide-leftists-bully-not-shoot-gay-pornstar/

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  94. Spawny Get says:

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  95. @ Spawny I ordered the Latin course. Do you think i could learn to say, “Bad Santa is my favorite Christmas movie”, by the 25th?

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  96. Spawny Get says:

    Choicy, as far as I’m aware that is the correct verb declension, of sumfing

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  97. Spawny Get says:

    Kentucky, I’m afraid that I may not be the best, most authoritative person on the subject of Latin. At least I hope that I’m not

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  98. Spawny Get says:

    ‘Ping list’? Not sure what you mean, but if Farm Boy does, please do.

    I did say to him long ago that I’d be very happy if he dropped a link here to any posts.

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  99. Farm Boy says:

    I think that he means to provide a link when they have a new post

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  100. copperfox3c says:

    Appreciate the thought, Spawny and Deti … I do try to stop by and link new posts when I make them. I don’t post as often as some others. Or there is an email subscribe list on my site that will automatically notify you if you want.

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  101. Cill says:

    Their motive for wanting more offences to be hate crimes is to move them toward the realms of thought control and thought police and citizen informants.

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  102. copperfox3c says:

    I did post a new page to my site last month, I guess I never posted here. It’s called the Book of Jophil, a collection of writings from one the Manosphere greats. If you liked the Book of Pook, you might enjoy it:

    https://www.illiberal-liberal.com/book-of-jophil/

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  103. Farm Boy says:

    Looks like a good movie to check out

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  104. SFC Ton says:

    Hate crime legislation was about one thing; the left saying fuck you Whitey, particularly working class White men who have to interact with the violence prone urban diversity more often then up scale leftist

    Whatever a leftist does is driven by anti White hate of the skypes who dream up this shit.

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  105. SFC Ton says:

    Everyone speaks English when you point an M4 at their head so fuck learning Latina, Greek, French, German or any of that bullshit. Learn how to run an M4 instead.

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  106. Love says:

    Very sad story. Can’t believe the bullying was so bad that she committed suicide. You would think the porn industry has thicker skin.
    I don’t know if I would term a porn star not wanting to do a shoot with another actor as ‘rape’. In any other type of movie, the actress would lose the job to someone else. In this case, absolutely its her body her rules. She has a right to say no and let the role go to somebody else.

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  107. Have a Ruger 556, but I’ve only put maybe 300 rounds through it. I’m lousy with a pistol, but I’m getting decent groups with this, for me that is.

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  108. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Served in Special Forces Ton did not. Emphasis on acquiring fluency in many languages in each team was strongly encouraged since Jack Kennedy started them.

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  109. WTF is “creepy” about that tweet? It’s funny you stupid bints.

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  110. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy at 10:55pm, truth.

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  111. Farm Boy says:

    “Effective today, PBS has indefinitely suspended distribution of ‘Tavis Smiley,’ produced by TS Media, an independent production company,” the public broadcaster said. “PBS engaged an outside law firm to conduct an investigation immediately after learning of troubling allegations regarding Mr. Smiley. This investigation included interviews with witnesses as well as with Mr. Smiley. The inquiry uncovered multiple, credible allegations of conduct that is inconsistent with the values and standards of PBS, and the totality of this information led to today’s decision.”

    The investigation found that Smiley had engaged in sexual relationships with multiple subordinates. Some witnesses interviewed expressed concern that their employment status was linked to the status of a sexual relationship with Smiley. In general, they described Smiley as creating a verbally abusive and threatening environment that went beyond what could be expected in a typical high-pressure work environment. Several expressed concerns about retaliation.

    http://variety.com/2017/tv/news/tavis-smiley-pbs-1202639424/

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  112. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    I have to admit that that is the first I have ever heard of Tavis Smiley Show. It seems to me that PBS could claim ignorance of any wrongdoing because the production was at arm’s length. This could have applied to Charlie Rose too. PBS would incur no liability.

    I wonder if this witch hunt will end when they start taking down executives of the National Organization for Women? Maybe not even then.

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  113. SFC Ton says:

    LOL no I did not and SF has largely moved away from the language requirement

    With no disrespect, SF has been a failed concept. We still have a major foot print and pour tons of cash into the places where their core mission is considered a “success”. It is a great concept but blank slate thinking makes it an improperly applied concept.

    It’s a waste of money and man power, which is why SF has moved to mostly direct action and Intel work

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  114. SFC Ton says:

    Don’t worry Headhunter, I am comparatively weak with a pistol as well and a rifle is a much better tool

    For the record, the River 556 is my favorite AR15. Hands down the most accurate out of box tactical rifle I have ever used

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  115. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I still can’t see sending men places where they can’t read road signs or even order coffee. I think there is a big hole in this story.

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  116. SFC Ton says:

    Well you know an invasion is just like a vacation and you need to be able to order off menus and obey traffic laws

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  117. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    My leg is getting pulled. When Taylor and Scott invaded, I would bet they brought along every one that could speak the lingo with them. This is not a new concept.

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