Red Pill Movie Review — The Last Jedi


Here is finally a Star Wars movie that is kind of good.  After the prequels and The Force Awakens, we have a movie that doesn’t cause too much groaning while watching; this is a rather nice complement I think.

There are elements stolen from the Empire Strikes Back, but it is different enough to make you not say “Oh Crap, they remade another Star Wars movie”.  There are space battles, light saber battles, “discover the force in yourself” stuff, plot twists, against all odds situations where all seems lost, etc.  In addition, there was character development, something that we have not seen so much lately.  Fortunately there was no Jar-Jar or Ewoks to gum up the works.  And there was not any explicit SJWing, for example, making a character gratuitously gay.   It kept flowing forward nicely for two and half hours (once again with few groans).

As for the groans, there were a few.  The First Order has a kick-ass powerful new ship that intends to destroy the Resistance Base.  It is called the Dreadnought and is fully staffed with British Men (except for Diarth Emo).  In all fairness, many of the good guys are British, but I am not sure it evens out.  In attacking the Dreadnought, the Resistance sends these ships that they call “bombers”.  KThey had a classical WWII style bomb rack with bombs.  I laughed.  They were as slow as molasses.  They all were shot down except for one that dropped its load, destroying the Dreadnought.  What is wrong with this picture?  There is no gravity in space so the idea of gravity bombs is stupid.  Perhaps these ships were designed by the new engineers not subject to academic rigor at Purdue.  Furthermore, ships in space move rather fast; as such the weapons need to either instantaneous (like lasers) or guided (like missiles).

Lots of the pilots were chicks.  Most of them looked rather nice.  This was to be expected in this day and age (the chicks as pilots part, movies always have had fine looking ladies).  Our old friend Admiral Ackbar was ejected into space after the bridge on his ship was hit.  A particular woman replaced him, but it seemed like it was a gaggle of women.  Probably the Dark Side of the Force made this happen, timing the movie’s release to the peak of the #MeToo Movement; where powerful men are eliminated, being replaced with women.

In the end, it was a pretty good movie with not an excessive amount of CGI and with a story that wasn’t boring and totally predictable.

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120 comments on “Red Pill Movie Review — The Last Jedi
  1. Cill says:

    I won’t be watching it. The last movie I went to was based on Murder on the Orient Express. Forget the name of it. Anyway it was rubbish. I’ve lost interest in movies which is a pity because the closest theater is a good and yet inexpensive one. However I very much enjoy watching the old ones that my dad shows on his reel-to-reel projector such as Buster Keaton and Errol Flynn.


  2. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    Yours is the kindest review that I have read so far. All others have simply trashed it. I still think that George Lucas should pay Disney the two dollars and take the franchise back. I would loan him the two dollars.
    Here is something to make Mrs. Yoda happy. We haven’t heard from her in too long.


  3. SFC Ton says:

    Space ships and gun battles should be cool as he’ll yet star wars always make that shit seem gay. It’s like gaying up cool shit is hollywoods super power


  4. Farm Boy says:

    The Movie wasn’t terrible. It exceeded expectations by doing so

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  5. Cill says:

    Half of the fun of the old movies is seeing how my little rellies such as Wee Meddy react to it. They just love it when Buster Keaten knocks himself about. The old cliche of the man with a long plank on his shoulder turning around and whacking someone on the head sets the little kids off into peels of laughter. Wee Meddy ends up rolling on the floor.

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  6. Yoda says:

    Made a cameo in the Last Jedi I did

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  7. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    “The Movie wasn’t terrible. It exceeded expectations by doing so.”
    That has to be the faintest praise I have ever heard. I do remember when the first one came out. It knocked the socks off everyone.
    From one Empire to another. This would have kept Franz Josef awake.

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  8. Cill says:

    Damned with faint praise The Last Jedi would be.

    Liked by 1 person

  9. TNT has the original three movies on today. Just saw the Falcon being chased through the asteroid field by tie fighters and accompanied by that awesome John Williams score. Best Star Wars scene EVAH! The prequels sucked, TFA sucked the the prequels. Rogue One was pointless with a thick coating of “meh”.

    Star Wars ended in1983.

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  10. Yoda says:

    Break no new SJW ground they did.
    For this, thankful I am

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  11. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    More music is needed.

    Liked by 1 person

  12. Crawling with SJWism it is
    Vox Day hating it he is.

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  13. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    That Vox Day hates it is true.
    More faith in Farm Boy’s assessment I place.
    More music Stephanie G needs.

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  14. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I found something to cheer out Glorious Patriarch. Sorry, it has nothing to do with UK politics. Cill and Molly will like it too.

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  15. Spawny Get says:

    Ah, the Mossie. Beautiful plane. Just about my favourite, I think.
    Here with a six pounder quick firing cannon. This variant being nicknamed the ‘Tsetse’

    Here’s its thug cousin, the Bristol Beaufighter. ‘Whispering Death’

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  16. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    For comparison, this is what present attack aircraft are capable of. It doesn’t look like it is that much of an improvement.


  17. earl says:

    Matt Walsh with another quality article. The tl;dr…it’s wives not giving unconditional respect to their husband.

    ‘WALSH: The Most Effective Way To Destroy Your Husband, Ruin Your Marriage, And Encourage Infidelity’

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  18. earl says:

    Yup…often the controlling wife is more like an evil stepmother than a wife.

    ‘A man in this situation is called nonetheless to endure, to fight for his family, and never to be unfaithful to his wife or leave her. But if he does wander, it should be noted that he is not the only traitor in the marriage. She betrayed him. She promised him a wife and instead gave him a stepmother. The two have now betrayed each other, each in their own way.

    There are two sides to every story, as they say. I think this is the side that is not often told.’

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  19. Stephanie says:

    LOL… it looks like Deti decided to write a guest post for Matt Walsh.

    “A wife who belittles her husband, cuts him down, nitpicks him relentlessly, holds her affection — both physical and emotional — as a ransom, nags him endlessly, criticizes him constantly, humiliates him in public and to her friends and in front of the children, and will not allow him to take a leadership position in the home, cannot be terribly surprised when he begins to withdraw. And if he cheats — which would be a great and indefensible evil, no matter how cold and domineering his wife may be — it cannot be said that he was the first. She cheated him; she lied to him, by promising to respect him and treat him like a man, only to turn around and treat him like a child.”

    I do agree with this. But again, the wives who AREN’T treating their husbands like that, are probably not going to get cheated on or “seriously consider” cheating on their husbands either.


  20. Stephanie says:

    This is so sweet. I don’t always agree with Walsh on a few things, but this is almost exactly what my husband has said –

    “I am blessed to have married a woman who operates differently. She respects me without condition, even when I have not earned it. She builds me up and in the process helps me to become more deserving of the respect she has already granted me. GK Chesterton said the great lesson of ‘Beauty and the Beast’ is that a thing must be loved before it is lovable. I would add only that a man must also be respected before he is respectable. I have grown as a man, a husband, and a father, because my wife treated me as a leader in the home long before I had any idea what it meant to lead or how to do it.”

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  21. earl says:

    It’s not deti…because if it was then the reason or motivation why the wife respects or disrespects the husband is all based on what her sexually attraction is to him. Nothing to do with the unconditional nature when it comes to marriage, or if she’s cold-hearted and rebellious, or the fact that’s how God set up marriage to be.


  22. And if he cheats — which would be a great and indefensible evil, no matter how cold and domineering his wife may be

    Whoever wrote that bullshit isn’t worth reading. Calling all men to be martyrs to mega-bitch wives is the cuckiest thing possible. Fuck that noise.


  23. earl says:

    ‘Whoever wrote that bullshit isn’t worth reading. Calling all men to be martyrs to mega-bitch wives is the cuckiest thing possible. Fuck that noise.’

    And that’s why men don’t like him. It’s still adultery. Evil is evil no matter which sex is doing it.

    Besides did you not read the other 99% of the article where he destroys the harpie of a wife for having that attitude? I noticed you also cut out the last part of that sentence:

    ‘- it cannot be said that he was the first. She cheated him; she lied to him, by promising to respect him and treat him like a man, only to turn around and treat him like a child.’

    That too is a great evil.


  24. @Earl
    I didn’t “cut out” the last sentence, as it’s not relevant.

    I don’t read Matt Walsh articles as he’s a lefty-cuck-ass-muncher.


  25. earl says:

    ‘I didn’t “cut out” the last sentence, as it’s not relevant.’

    It’s very relevant. He’s talking about how the woman instigated it. You never hear that. The mantra is ‘It’s always the man’s fault and the woman is the blameless victim.’

    ‘I don’t read Matt Walsh articles as he’s a lefty-cuck-ass-muncher.’

    You should…he’s been telling it like it is a lot better lately.

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  26. Cill says:

    “thug cousin”

    Good description.

    Liked by 1 person

  27. Yoda says:

    The inspiration behind the Women’s March on DC, Linda Sarsour, has been accused of enabling the alleged sexual assault and harassment of a woman who worked for the feminist activist, according to the victim and two sources directly familiar with the matter.

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  28. Yoda says:

    New York’s own Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand has made “believing the women” her core issue. She led the carefully orchestrated denunciations that forced out Sen. Al Franken, and she’s even continued standing by the Columbia University “Mattress Girl” long after the woman’s claims were totally debunked by her own text messages.

    But Gillibrand wound up having to partly walk back her slam of Bill Clinton. After she said he should have resigned the presidency over his intrinsically exploitative affair with a White House intern, Clintonite Philippe Reines slammed her for ingratitude — noting that the Clintons helped her rise to her current high office.

    And Gillibrand dutifully backed off — clarifying that, if the nation had today’s awareness back then, Clinton’s conduct would’ve been inexcusable. Got it?

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  29. molly says:

    Cool Mossie!
    Avspecs Limited is at Ardmore eh.

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  30. Yoda says:

    A student has described going through “mental torture” after a rape case against him was thrown out in court because police had failed to hand over more than 40,000 messages from his accuser.

    Liam Allan, 22, faced up to ten years in jail charged with six counts of rape and six counts of sexual assault against a young woman over a 14-month period that began when he was 19.

    The criminology student at Greenwich University had spent nearly two years on bail and three days in Croydon Crown Court when the trial was stopped in a dramatic fashion after it emerged police officers had failed to hand over evidence that proved his innocence.

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  31. Yoda says:

    While I was skeptical of the allegations, it’s not popular in 2017 to defend someone accused of rape. Facts be damned. So I would typically stumble through a couple of sentences and say something along the lines of, “Yea, it’s definitely not good. I guess we will have to see what happens exactly.” . . .

    That was as far as I could go to defend Anderson, even though I wasn’t buying the accusations at the time.

    Unfortunately, an allegation is now a guilty verdict in the public eye. That’s where we’ve gone too far in the other direction.

    The news of Anderson’s rape accusation shocked the college football world, but notice the fact that charges were never filed, the accuser dropped her victim protection order, and then the latest report that she was allegedly doing this for a future political career did not gain nearly the attention that the initial accusation did.

    NO one in my media circles have asked me about the story since the actual FACTS have come out and the story has unfolded as it did. No one littered me with questions about Cleveland County district attorney Greg Mashburn saying, “Definitely charges are not warranted under these circumstances.” No one asked me about Anderson passing a three-hour long polygraph test.

    No one asked me about this latest report in The Oklahoman, which included the following:

    One friend told police Thornton had said “this would be a ‘great thing’ for her political career following the Air Force,” The Oklahoman has learned. The friend told police Thornton had said “female-empowered political organizations would love something like this.”

    That’s sick. Frankly, it’s just as sick as someone committing an act of sexual misconduct. Both people are trying to ruin someone else’s life.

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  32. molly says:

    Coffin makers and piano makers made the Mossie in WW 2! The piano makers didn’t have much other work in WW 2. I bet the coffin makers did tho heh

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  33. molly says:

    Linda Sarsour accused!
    Of sexual harraassment!!



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  34. molly says:

    GOT ‘ER!
    LOCK ‘ER UP!!

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  35. molly says:

    Hehehehehe. Linda *done* it!

    Slap her in jail
    Slap her about!

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  36. molly says:

    Hey I should accuse her as well to add some weight! The more the merrier eh.


  37. Stephanie says:

    “He’s talking about how the woman instigated it. You never hear that. The mantra is ‘It’s always the man’s fault and the woman is the blameless victim.’”

    People can change… he’s gotten a lot of criticism from more red-pill types. I liked the article, but it does sound mysteriously like Deti ghost wrote it 😀


  38. I’ve always been partial to the P 38.

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  39. @Yoda

    A spokesman for London Metropolitan Police said: “We are aware of this case being dismissed from court and are carrying out an urgent assessment to establish the circumstances which led to this action being taken.

    “We are working closely with the Crown Prosecution Service and keeping in close contact with the victim while this process takes place.”

    “We can’t understand how we failed to jail an innocent man solely based on the perjured testimony of one crazy bitch. I mean, it’s always worked before. Cor, the world’s turned upside down.”

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  40. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I have been reading Deti for a while. From what he has said, the wife has said things that are unforgivable. The only thing keeping him in the marriage are his kids.

    That is interesting about Linda Sarsour. While it may just be a disgruntled employee telling a story, let’s hope that it is legitimate and she sues them out of business.

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  41. earlthomas786 says:

    Rather than focus ONLY on sexual desire…what are the things that cause women and wives to disrespect men and their husband.

    Isnt it completely possible for a woman to desire a man and still disrespect him?

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  42. thedeti says:

    I saw Last Jedi over the weekend. Was OK. 2 stars. SPOILER ALERTS: If you don’t want spoilers, move on and don’t read.

    Strengths: Decent wrapup to the Luke Skywalker character. Engaging story and a lot more backstory to Luke and Kylo Ren. Daisy Ridley as MarySue , er, I mean, Rey, is pretty good except when she tries to go all tough girl. Oscar Isaac is ok as Poe Dameron; Carrie Fisher was fun to watch in her last film role. (Wonder how they’ll kill off Leia in the last film?) Nice to see Laura Dern. Special effects are top notch

    And Benicio del Toro was fantastic in his little cameo. All he needs now is a Star Trek role and he’ll complete the scifi fantasy comics trifecta and keep him in film roles for life. I wonder how much he cost Disney for a week’s worth of shooting work.

    Weaknesses: Substandard acting. Isaac still has bits of scenery permanently lodged in his colon. Domhnall Gleason who played the British ginger, General Hux, devoured the entire set. Mark Hamill at times kind of phoned it in.

    But by far the worst was, and still is, Adam Driver as Kylo Ren. First, Driver is miscast. He was a terrible choice as a villain/antagonist. He looks like a pussified 17 year old kid with facial complexion issues and pouty lips who was recruited out of a suburban Chicago high school from his senior class play. I don’t believe for one minute that this pouty emo is some kind of Dark Side master. And his acting is poor. He’s not menacing. When he’s supposed to be conflicted or boiling over with rage, he looks like he’s about to burst into tears. Someone should tell him that quivering lower lip does not convey barely contained anger. And for shit’s sake pitch your voice lower, Adam. What, they couldn’t get someone who could, you know, actually ACT to do this part?

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  43. thedeti says:

    Adam Driver’s performance in this movie was absolutely cringeworthy.


  44. thedeti says:

    Stephanie is still having some problems getting that Red Pill down.


  45. Yoda says:

    “Darth Emo” called “Darth Emo” for a reason he is

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  46. thedeti says:

    It’s not deti…because if it was then the reason or motivation why the wife respects or disrespects the husband is all based on what her sexually attraction is to him. Nothing to do with the unconditional nature when it comes to marriage, or if she’s cold-hearted and rebellious, or the fact that’s how God set up marriage to be.

    Stephanie really needs to Let It Go.

    Earl, no, I didn’t write a guest post for Door-Matt Walsh. And I’m correct – the wife’s treatment of her husband is directly related to her sexual attraction to him. Everyone knows this but no one wants to say it. I think even the Door-Matt knows this but is too chicken to say so.

    Thedeti- Getting it said for the manosphere and speaking the truths no one else wants to say.

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  47. Spawny Get says:

    Still shaking my head after starting to read the comments on VD’s shark jumping (murder suicide). Dalrock’s criticism of it helps. But bloody hell Vox.

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  48. Yoda says:

    Write a post about it the Glorious Patriarch shoukd

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  49. earlthomas786 says:

    ‘And I’m correct – the wife’s treatment of her husband is directly related to her sexual attraction to him. Everyone knows this but no one wants to say it.’

    I think it’s more tied to her emotional desire for him than sexual attraction. The sexual attraction is only part of the story.

    I’ve known couples in the past who had sexual attraction for each other yet the woman still disrespected him. I know of one currently because he told me the story and is all sorts of confused right now. Even feminists have sex and they think men are their mortal enemies not worthy of even being human.

    I know you’ll keep beating that drum because you haven’t strayed from it…and I agree to a point. But I think there’s a bigger picture out there to this. I think it also includes more emotional and spiritual components.

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  50. SFC Ton says:

    I read the Walsh article

    #1 if infidelity is a great evil you haven’t seen a fucking thing. Infidelity sucks ass bit it ain’t genocide, the drug trade, abortion, islam, fractional reserve banking or 80% off what skypes do.

    #2 The next good article from Walsh will be the 1st. Granted he started out strong in that article but his vag power kicked in and he went the typical blue pill feminist tradcon anti masculine route of makimg sure to always call men out when you are calling out the poor behaviour of women. Which is what I expect from a churched beta male high on his own vagina fumes

    Then there is Walsh himself. A total pussy who has not seen very much of the world, not been married very long, never, to the best of my knowledge done anything particularly masculine etc etc trying to dictate how more experienced men should live. Not to mention I am fair certain he has owned up to being a feminst…. again that’s what churched up tradocns do..

    It would have been a much better article if Deti wrote it and Deti ain’t wrong; tingles = respect. I am not sure how God intended marriage to because as I recall you dont see many happy marriges discussed in the Bible but last I read 11% of marriages are high sex, low conflict which means the other 89% of marriages suck ass because regular sex is the only thing that offsets the burden of having women in the lives of most men. Most of men don’t really care about kids or carrying on the family name, which is the second reason to put up with the burdens.

    And let’s face it, the only way a woman can helped you become a better man is if you are such a fucking pussy even your balls are made of pussy


  51. earlthomas786 says:

    If marriage was only about sexual desire/attraction…I’d think Paul would of stopped talking about it in Scripture after 1 Corinthians 7:5.

    He has it as part of marriage that you shouldn’t deprive one another…but the bigger points he hit were that the husband love his wife and the wife respect her husband and that marriage is modeled after Christ and the church.


  52. earlthomas786 says:

    ‘ if infidelity is a great evil you haven’t seen a fucking thing. Infidelity sucks ass bit it ain’t genocide, the drug trade, abortion, islam, fractional reserve banking or 80% off what skypes do.’

    It destroys families. And families are the backbone of civilization.

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  53. thedeti says:


    You get no argument from me that marriage is about much more than sexual attraction. That’s really not the point I was making.

    I was making the point that a wife’s respect for her husband and how she treats him are directly related to her sexual attraction for him – when she gets all into her flesh (mind/will/emotions/body). Women can overcome this. But most do not. And even those who overcome it still get fleshy and slip back into it. That’s the basis for shit testing. Shit testing is essentially

    “I’m testing your masculinity. Please stand up to me and tell me to shut up, then have sex with me. And if you don’t do that, if you can’t even stand up to me, how in the hell are you going to stand up to a REAL threat like a man or a gang or weather conditions or loss of a job or war or catastrophe?”


  54. Yoda says:

    Hacked he was

    The NFL Today” pregame host claims his Twitter account was hacked Sunday night, after a link to a porn site was retweeted to his nearly 33,000 followers.

    “Obviously my account has been hacked!!!” the 66-year-old broadcaster explained.

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  55. Yoda says:

    Odd this would be

    Animal welfare officer Madeleine Martin problem of ‘erotic zoos’ is growing. She tells of farmer whose once friendly sheep began refusing human contact. So when she put CCTV in her barn she watched men file in and abuse her herd.

    Bestiality brothels are spreading through Germany faster than ever thanks to a law that makes animal porn illegal but sex with animals legal, a livestock protection officer has warned.

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  56. SFC Ton says:

    If marriage is not about sex then why was lack of sex legit grounds for divorce/ annulment way back those things required major legislative action to grant?

    If it weren’t for the sex drive, would any heterosexual man of normal testosterone levels get married?

    Check Paul even says the reason to get married was to have sex without sin. He doesn’t say go ahead and get married for respect or love etc etc. 1st point of marriage is sex. Everything else is secondary

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  57. SFC Ton says:

    My guess is the up tick in sheep raping in Germany is the hajjis. Them fuckers love to bang live stock

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  58. SFC Ton says:

    Got it
    Broken marriage = genocide


  59. Farm Boy says:

    An Englewood woman shot her wife to death during an argument early Saturday in their home and planned to bury the victim’s body in nearby Charlotte County, according to Sarasota County investigators.

    Liked by 1 person

  60. Farm Boy says:

    Model Paulina Porizkova — who was on the cover of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue in ’84 and ’85 — says that, at the time, sexual harassment was such an ingrained part of the business, it was viewed as a “compliment.”

    “Here is the funny thing about sexual harassment with us as models: It was seen as a compliment,” she told us at the Bloomberg 50 gala at Gotham Hall.

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  61. Farm Boy says:

    People talk of a “reckoning”. At last, they say, women need no longer be silent about what they’ve suffered at the hands of men; our idea of what constitutes sexual assault has changed forever. I have no problem with this. I wrote my own #MeToo column five years ago, when people were busy wondering how Jimmy Savile had got away with his crimes for so long. (Not that anyone noticed: after it was published, I did not receive a single supportive message from the sisterhood). But we need to be careful. This is a dangerous moment as well as an important one. You don’t have to look very hard to see that we’re beginning to conflate sexual mistakes of all kinds with abuse


  62. Farm Boy says:

    A student at Chapman University in Orange, California, argues that holding moderate political beliefs is a form of privilege akin to “white privilege.”
    “Liberals and progressives can be quick to call attention to many privileges, but one that often goes unrecognized is centrist privilege,” a sophomore at Chapman University wrote this week for the school’s student newspaper.

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  63. Farm Boy says:

    Staff at a swimming pool in Hanover, Germany, have faced threats after telling Muslim women not to wear jeans or street clothes in the pool, dye their hair, or leave large amounts of rubbish in the pool during Friday “women’s days”.

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  64. thedeti says:

    If you really want to see scenery-chewing, watch Mommie Dearest (1981). Faye Dunaway’s Joan Crawford has to be seen to be believed. Diana Scarwid plays Christine Crawford who accused her mother of physical and verbal abuse, and also ate up some of the set.

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  65. Farm Boy says:

    I’ve already posted today on the topic of the potential for Franken to “un-resign.” He’d always only said he would resign in the coming weeks, so I presume it would be procedurally easy to decline to follow through on his earlier statement. What I’m putting up this post to discuss is the political future of Kirsten Gillibrand, who I think wants to run for President. She chose to elevate her profile over the Franken scandal and she succeeded dramatically — getting an “avalanche of Democratic senators” to join her in calling for Franken’s resignation, which seemed to force him into abruptly acceding to her imperious demand.

    If Franken turns around and says he won’t resign, he will be talking about fairness, due process, and evidence-based judgment. Whatever he says will be critical of the way power was exercised under the leadership of Kirsten Gillibrand. This is her signature issue, and she made a grand show of flexing her muscle, and her fellow Democrats behaved as if she were their leader on this issue. If what they did is portrayed as ill-considered and rash, Gillibrand looks like someone who should not be trusted with great power.

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  66. Yoda says:

    At least four senators, including two Democrats, have reportedly said that Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) should reconsider his resignation.

    Sen. Joe Machine (sic) (D-W.Va.) said that the deluge of Democrats calling for Franken to resign was “the most hypocritical thing” he has “ever seen done to a human being,” according to Politico.

    “What they did to Al was atrocious, the Democrats,” Manchin told Politico. “The most hypocritical thing I’ve ever seen done to a human being — and then have enough guts to sit on the floor, watch him give his speech and go over and hug him? That’s hypocrisy at the highest level I’ve ever seen in my life. Made me sick.”

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  67. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I have a solution for the pool’s operators, close on Fridays.


  68. Yoda says:

    Fethelbab claims the man in question would sneak up behind her and rub his erection against her. When she reported this to Sarsour, she says Sarsour told her, basically, that she was too unattractive to be sexually assaulted.

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  69. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I did not expect Al Franken to go back on his resignation. However, it is a political threat to rabid Senate feminists. That is a good thing.


  70. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    The accusation is either true or false. If true, I hope it buries Linda Sarsour under manure.


  71. SFC Ton says:

    I wonder if the dems have some polling that says frakens seat will go to the gop


  72. Yoda says:

    The article doesn’t offer many theories as to why this might be. But I’ve got one of my own. Feminism (at least whatever “wave” of feminism we seem to be currently in) kills romance.

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  73. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    It was written by a woman. The problem has been, for years, that women have no concept of what it is like to date them. I saw Marc Rudov use this in an argument with a feminist. It stopped her cold.


  74. Stephanie says:

    “If you really want to see scenery-chewing, watch Mommie Dearest (1981).”

    That is the scariest movie I’ve ever seen tiny clips of 😦 I’ve never been brave enough to see the whole thing.


  75. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Don’t feel like the Lone Ranger. I passed on it too. Bad mommies are a nightmare and kids can’t run away.

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  76. Stephanie says:

    Well, they can run away right? But then they’re often picked up and trafficked into sex slavery. Where my husband meets them 😥

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  77. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I watched it. *sniff*


  78. earlthomas786 says:

    @SFC Ton

    Just ask any child of a broken marriage how it affected their life.

    ‘He doesn’t say go ahead and get married for respect or love etc etc. 1st point of marriage is sex. Everything else is secondary’

    No, the important point of marriage Paul states is that its model is Christ and the church. Besides you keep misreading me…I never said sex wasn’t a part of marriage or that it isn’t important, I said it wasn’t the only thing about marriage.


  79. earlthomas786 says:


    Ok I can see your point. It’s too bad we don’t have all male spaces and all male activities like in the old days where men tested other men. I think men can test other men’s masculinity and get a better sense where it is at much better than a woman can.


  80. Sigma Frame says:

    SFC Ton
    ‘last I read 11% of marriages are high sex, low conflict which means the other 89% of marriages suck ass because regular sex is the only thing that offsets the burden of having women in the lives of most men.’
    This data is heavy. Could you provide a reference for it?

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  81. earl says:

    Heh…you read this article about a ‘low-conflict’ marriage and the woman still divorced because she wasn’t haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaappy.

    ‘I won’t go into detail about the marital problems but will say that each of us suffered some emotional distress and were not equipped with the relationship skills needed to find solutions to the problems. Our lack of those skills was the eventual undoing of our marriage.

    Our children were secure, healthy and happy. They had a good relationship with both parents, were not subjected to arguments and domestic violence in the home. I can say with certainty that neither had ever thought of the possibility of their parents divorcing.

    We were your average, middle-class family. There were two cars, a beautiful home, and an active social life. Our home was filled with friends and family for regular get togethers. We laughed a lot, communicated deeply about our problems and planned for our future.’

    Everything was going good…I guess that means I need to blow it up to be haaaaaaaaaaaaaapy.

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  82. earl says:

    Deti likes to point of lack of sexual attraction as the catalyst….perhaps a woman’s perceived lack of happiness is the biggest danger in blowing up the relationship.


  83. @Stephanie But then they’re often picked up and trafficked into sex slavery. Where my husband meets them

    I would consider re-wording this comment.

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  84. @Earl Wow, just wow.

    from Earl’s link:

    There were moments when I wondered what life would be like outside the marriage. Could I meet someone who filled my every need? My ex had similar moments I’m sure.

    I mean, I guess he had similar moments. I didn’t bother to ask.

    There were times when I couldn’t stand the sight of my then husband when everything he did irritated me. And, more often than not, I couldn’t imagine my life without him. I’m sure that he had such moments also.

    Pretty sure he did. Mostly sure. Stop asking me questions!

    Our marriage didn’t make it, though. Like a lot of low conflict marriages today, we fell victim to divorce;

    Divorce attacked and killed our marriage. Like when Bruce Wayne’s parents were murdered on the street outside the theater.

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  85. earl says:

    I’m not sure if women are ever taught this…but very often a man can have differing emotions from theirs.

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  86. Yoda says:

    Hire crazy women one should not

    Last week I considered our culture’s vanishing burden of proof when a prominent man is accused of any sexual impropriety. Certainly I wouldn’t want the bad old days of sexual harassment to continue. But there must be some way to find justice for women who have been abused without rushing to punish men who may not have abused anyone.

    You can think of crimes as a sort of pyramid: At the top, there are a relatively small number of actions that we can all clearly agree merit the severest sanction, if proven. And then, as you slide down the walls of the pyramid, a growing number of cases that are less and less bad. At the base of the pyramid is a gray area where reasonable people can disagree about whether the evidence is strong, or the behavior alleged merits any sanction.

    What happens if we try to apply the sanctions that are clearly merited for the guys at the top to the guys in the middle? What happens if we try to move the line down until it encompasses more and more of the guys at the bottom?

    One risk is that the public will eventually rebel — and that when they do, the public won’t distinguish between the top of the pyramid and the middle, because the people trying to raise awareness of a problem have deliberately blurred the lines. There’s a real risk that in the resulting backlash, the baby will get thrown out with the bathwater.

    The same logic applies to the burdens of proof. If unsubstantiated claims are accepted at face value, then eventually enough will turn out to be false that many future claims will be disregarded — whether they are plausible or not, whether they are substantiated or not. That was the harm done by cases like the Duke Lacrosse scandal, the UVA rape case, the Tawana Brawley accusations, and many others. But there’s another potential harm we also have to think about.

    Let’s say that we do manage to establish a social norm that a single accusation of “inappropriate sexual behavior” toward a woman is enough to get you fired and drummed out of your industry. It’s the crux of the issue so eloquently explored recently by Claire Berlinski: What would a reasonable and innocent heterosexual man do to protect himself from the economic death penalty?

    One thing he might do is avoid being alone with anyone of the opposite sex — not in the office and not even in social situations. You might, in other words, adopt something like the Pence Rule, so recently mocked for its Victorian overtones. (Or worse still, work hard not to hire any women who could become a liability.)

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  87. Yoda says:

    What are the odds of Franken actually leaving the Senate?

    I’m not sure what the odds are, but I do think that with the defeat of Roy Moore (remember him?), they’ve become a great deal less than they were before.

    Franken’s resignation always seemed to be motivated by the need to get Moore—to make him less likely to be elected, and/or to make him easier to censure or toss if elected. If Moore had won, Franken would have had to be sacrificed for the Cause.

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  88. Yoda says:

    Meryl Streep fired back at Rose McGowan in a defensive statement Monday, days after McGowan accused Streep of remaining silent about Harvey Weinstein’s abusive behavior when she previously worked with him.

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  89. earl says:


    ‘I often encounter “pro-marriage” people while gathering stories for the blog. These pro-marriage people come in two varieties.

    On the one end of the spectrum are people like Terrell Clemmons and Jennifer Roback Morse, who understand marriage, but who also understand the social changes that have made marriage unattractive for men. Both Clemmons and Morse have a background in STEM fields, so they are able to understand incentives and tradeoffs. They understand that society has to rollback the changes to education, divorce laws, etc. if they expect men to be interested in marriage again. They understand that men are not just accessories of women, but instead have their own desires, feelings and reasons for marrying.

    On the other end of the spectrum are feminist men, who are not able to understand the changing incentives that face men in a world that has evolved under the influence of radical feminism. It is just simpler (less thinking) for these men to accept the radical feminism as a given, and then urge men to “man up”. I think a much better idea would be for the “man up” crowd to realize how marriage has changed, and how the schools and the workplace have changed, then make all of these things more attractive to men. It doesn’t do any good to try to “dare” men into jumping off a cliff. Men aren’t stupid, and they do what is in their own best interests. If the man-up crowd wants younger men to marry, then they need to change the incentives offered to men. And that means changing women first.’

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  90. Spawny Get says:

    Spawny was on topic and you were here to witness the event!

    (except for the red-pill bit…oops)

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  91. The new, latest, trendiest, coolest film

    Oceans 8! All women


    The boring patriarchiàl old school.

    Thank gods Frank didn’t live to see it.

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  92. No. Just fucking No. To everything. Just NO!

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  93. Spawny Get says:

    Millions of Brits cancelling ‘out of date’ TV licence in favour of Netflix and Amazon

    BRITS have been cancelling their TV licence fee at a rate of almost one million a year in the last four years.

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  94. I betcha that Ocean 8 movie makes at least One MILLION dollars!


  95. SFC Ton says:

    Have I talked to to children who lived through divorce? Who the fuck hasn’t? Not to mention a long time of mentoring young men by the dozens and dozens

    Not a one of them compared their experiences to anything like this

    If you want to be taken serious as a mature man you need to let go of the chicken little routine


  96. SFC Ton says:

    Hire crazy women one should not

    They are all crazy


  97. SFC Ton says:

    Sorry sigma was never my link and I am not sure how to find it since the research was about something else and they backwards fell into that gem.


  98. SFC Ton says:

    The reason you get married is to make unlawful carnal knowledge lawful. Then the other things come into play. See how things are ordered? The most important but normally comes 1st because you can make a lot of things reflect the glory of God and what not.


  99. earlthomas786 says:

    ‘If you want to be taken serious as a mature man you need to let go of the chicken little routine’

    Is or is not the family the backbone of civilization?

    You were the one who equated divorce with genocide. You brought up numerous other evils which we weren’t talking about to try and downplay the effects divorce has. Scripture even says ‘God hates divorce’. (Malachi 2:16) If God hates something, I’d be willing to bet it’s a great evil.

    Obviously genocide is terrible. Nobody has ever put that down unless it advances their particular tyrannical agenda. Trying to put down the effects of divorce on people isn’t a good idea either. They have to live with it for the rest of their life and it affects them.


  100. earlthomas786 says:

    ‘See how things are ordered?’

    I see how you order things. How does God order it?

    ‘He who loves his own wife loves himself; for no one ever hated his own flesh, but nourishes and cherishes it, just as Christ also does the church, because we are members of His body. For this reason a man shall leave his father and mother and shall be joined to his wife, and the two shall become one flesh. This mystery is great; but I am speaking with reference to Christ and the church.’ Eph 5:28-32


  101. Yoda says:

    If a tattoo of me she had
    mind I would not

    I am a white person who grew up without any faith and started practicing Buddhism during college. I attended a temple, studied the history, and genuinely followed it for 13 years. During that time I got a large om symbol tattooed on my hand, which admittedly was a fad. While Buddhism is still extremely near to my heart, I kind of let it go after having to move to an area with no temples. And as the conversation about cultural appropriation has developed, I’ve been feeling deep tattoo regret.

    I’ve seen a few tattoo artists who have turned me away because any cover-up will likely only turn into a giant blob. I also sought laser removal but was told the color and placement of the tattoo will render treatment ineffective. Recently, an Asian friend of mine asked me to cover the tattoo around her family because it really bothers them. I feel like a total jerk. I’ve gotten several annoyed stares and I’m not sure how to make things right.

    Appropriation was just something I was not aware of a decade ago when I got this tattoo. I try to keep it covered with sleeves or gloves, but I need a better long-term solution. What do you think is the best path here?

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  102. Yoda says:

    Participants who took part in the “Conversations on Whiteness” session, held December 5 during the university’s Student Life Professional Development Conference, were taught to “recognize the difficulties they face when talking about social justice issues related to their White identity, explore this discomfort, and devise ways to work through it,” the university’s website states.


  103. Yoda says:

    I received this reaction recently when I wrote a post at The Federalist titled, “Can We Be Honest About Women?” In that post, I expressed my concerns that the #MeToo movement has turned into a witch hunt against men as accusations are immediately taken as fact and the definitions of sexual assault and harassment have broaden to include even benign, natural interactions between men and women.

    I also sought to bring some balance to the debate by showing that men are not the only ones who can use their sexuality to control and manipulate. Women do it as well, using their femininity, sexuality, and beauty as a source of power. In addition to this established generalization about the sexes, both men and women interact with one another with a sexual tension that is harmless and good. We need to respect this dance between the masculine and feminine and discern the difference between abuse and acceptable sexual expression

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  104. SFC Ton says:

    LOL at least be honest about my intent earl.

    You sad divorce was a great evil. I said it is not a great evil but things like genocide are. You went with divorce being a great evil again so I was mocking you by saying divorce = genocide

    Now you are cherry picking Scripture. Paul gives one reason to marry, so you don’t burn with lust/ sin. That’s it he doesn’t say marry so you can love your wife etc etc

    Family/ marriage was foundational. Now it’s a life sentence of misery for millions of men and the Almighty doesn’t tell us to marry to build/ create or maintain civilization. We are told to marry so carnal knowledge is of the lawful kind.


  105. earlthomas786 says:

    How about Islam broken clock being right today?

    ‘Turkish Islamic preacher says men without beards cause ‘indecent thoughts’ in other men because they look like women’


  106. earlthomas786 says:

    ‘Now you are cherry picking Scripture. Paul gives one reason to marry, so you don’t burn with lust/ sin.’

    Do you even read posts? Why don’t you read that part of Scripture I put up there where he mentions ‘the two becoming one flesh’. Then calls the mystery great, but was speaking in reference to Christ and the church. When this was pointed out it brought about more when it came to carnal knowledge.

    Oh and Ton…divorce is a great evil.

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  107. SFC Ton says:

    Yup just like the killing fields of Cambodia


  108. JDG says:

    I don’t waste my time with girl power movies. I literally have zero interest. I might be tempted if one of those male impersonating go girls actually behaved in a feminine way and made a sammich or two.

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