One Rule To Rule Them All

Here is some history of the Pence Rule

This brings us back to Mike Pence. As was famously explained in a Washington Post profile of Karen Pence, the vice president doesn’t dine alone with women or attend events where alcohol is served without his wife by his side.

The generalization of this is:

Just avoid women.  The less contact with them, the less likely you will get falsely accused of something.

For MGTOW’s, following the rule should not be difficult.  For those with jobs that require contact with women, one can work to minimize that contact.

But what if the women notice what you are doing, and complain?  With the #MeToo campaign having its effect, it appears that a tipping point has been reached.  It is now clear to most people that men need to protect themselves.  Probably lots of women can understand (though they may never acknowledge it).  If men respond to women that they are keeping their distance for self-protection, complaining will look silly.  After all, doing this protects the women also.

Naturally enough, there will be calls to man up.  Classically the ultimate call to man up has been for men to join the armed services, to fight the enemies, to protect the women.  In this case, man up would be a call to sacrifice oneself the meat-grinder, not of war, but of their own women.  Men have little interest in doing so.  We will see how this all plays out.

Posted in FarmBoy, Feminism, Lies, Politics
178 comments on “One Rule To Rule Them All
  1. earl says:

    ‘But what if the women notice what you are doing, and complain?’

    They would notice you aren’t trying to be alone with them?


  2. Farm Boy says:

    They might notice that you are avoiding them


  3. earl says:

    I wouldn’t avoid women altogether (that would be near impossible unless you go full hermit in a cave)…but I would try to avoid being alone with them.


  4. Farm Boy says:

    One can sometimes make choices to avoid women.

    Once, I avoided a very young woman who wanted to know about my special area of expertise. She wore revealing clothing and seemed a bit unstable. It was an easy call

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  5. Farm Boy says:

    Hillary might be a little bit correct sometimes. In the war on men, women will suffer

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  6. earl says:

    ‘She wore revealing clothing and seemed a bit unstable. It was an easy call’

    You told her you were gay, didn’t you?


  7. Farm Boy says:

    That would be a good approach. I think that gay trumps female


  8. Stephanie says:



  9. Stephanie says:

    Since we seem to have a lack of females who make jokes here anymore (Tarn… Molly (who is busy and on the opposite side of the world)… Liz 😥 … HHW…) I’m trying to pick up the slack.

    Any other females reading out there who are goofy, feel free to aid me in lightening up the area.

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  10. Stephanie says:

    “If men respond to women that they are keeping their distance for self-protection, complaining will look silly.”

    LOL but complain they certainly will. You know that’s coming next. Look at the picture above – they want the “one ring to rule them all!” They want to be called “precious!”

    “After all, doing this protects the women also.”

    Do you really think those women understand that? 😀 I wouldn’t bet Gondor on it!

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  11. Farm Boy says:

    Does bi trump gay?


  12. Stephanie says:

    More LOTR gifs ❤ ❤


  13. Farm Boy says:

    Does “transitioning” trump bi and gay?


  14. Stephanie says:

    He’s totally taken in with giving her that one ring… to show his quality!


  15. Stephanie says:



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  16. Stephanie says:

    Yikes!!!! And when she tried to grab Frodo’s ring … her face was terrifying!!!!


  17. Stephanie says:

    When she loses it…

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  18. earl says:

    Take your false accusation of sexual harassment like a man.

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  19. Stephanie says:

    Ok maybe I got mixed up with his Uncle lol… THAT was terrifying.


  20. Yoda says:

    Frodo at the bottom of Lake Tahoe is he not?

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  21. Yoda says:

    Take your false accusation of sexual harassment like a man.

    Better to take it as a trans it would be


  22. Yoda says:

    Hobbits live in New Zealand they do

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  23. BuenaVista says:

    I don’t think there’s any question that that women will play the discrimination card. For a few decades they’ve been breaking open male private clubs, male golf clubs, male societies. In business it has long been a complaint of female execs that the guys go off by themselves, cut deals, advance themselves — since the 1980’s. I used to belong to the New York Athletic Club, an invitation only private club in NYC — and we would swim in the club pool in the nude. It was also a hotel and things got very casual upstairs. Those sorts of places are already gone. Of course, once they sue to open these places up to women, hardly any join.

    So now men have chaperones in meetings, don’t sit next to colleagues on planes, skip dinner unless others join the two, stay in different hotels if they can.

    And you can bet Harold Ford (former congressman, TV analyst, Morgan Stanley investment banker will consider all of the above. Five weeks ago he was accused of sexual assault by a reporter he had dinner with once. He was fired the next day (the NYTimes had run a story the woman planted). Today it was announced that he was “cleared.” The woman had texted him a pillow talk note as soon as she got home at 12:44 a.m. Pro tip: after a date, after a woman crawls in bed and texts you, she’s not thinking “I’m so glad you’re not in my bed with me.” Where does Harold Ford go to get his life and reputation back?

    I have a friend of almost 20 years. She’s an investment banker who is a married lesbian. She complained just months ago that men either offered sexual innuendo, or refused to interact at all with her. Well, wtf. I’m done. She asked me about it, and I just said, I’m out of that world, don’t have an opinion. And I don’t: I have no opinion on what a married lesbian who both wants and does not want male attention is to do, but assigns responsibility for the situation to men. These are first world problems I did not train to manage.

    But just as a business guy, yes, I expect Title IX complaints this year because men are loathe to be alone with female colleagues. We’ll also see lawsuits also as companies will do anything they can get away with to avoid hiring women.

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  24. Stephanie says:

    Lake Tahoe bear….

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  25. Farm Boy says:

    BV’s response was the type I was expecting someone to make. Women will complain. But it is world of their own making

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  26. Stephanie says:

    They’ve made it horrible. It’s hard to imagine how it could get worse for men in trying to deal with women in the workplace.

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  27. earl says:

    ‘Women will complain.’

    It’s their favorite thing to do, after shopping.

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  28. Choicy says:

    Yeah Yoida I think bi trumps gay. Tranny trumps bi. Gender fluid blows them all away mate.

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  29. earl says:

    Making up rape claims because you don’t want a perspective boyfriend to find out you are promiscuous.

    “She admitted that she made up the allegation of sexual assault against (the football players) because it was the first thing that came to mind and she didn’t want to lose (another male student) as a friend and potential boyfriend,” the police arrest warrant affidavit states. “She stated that she believed when (the other male student) heard the allegation, it would make him angry and sympathetic to her.”

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  30. earl says:

    Shouldn’t invite women to parties either it seems.


  31. BuenaVista says:

    Oh, it will definitely get worse in the workplace, and there’s an example available: Google. Being a straight male (and forget it if you’re over 40) in that company is worse than being a paroled felon. A central point of the current mania is to remove men from professional positions and reassign them to XX’s. Even Oprah has been promoting this for 10 years

    Also, the straight white males tend to get a lot more done than the AA-hired SJWs (who are on the message boards complaining about getting funny looks when they walk into a gender fluid lav). I’d love to see the ratio of patents produced at any company, including Google, broken down by all these identity buckets they can’t shut up about. Because, you know, they’re actual mathematicians and scientists who work, and don’t have time to attempt to engineer human souls, instead.

    So in the future they will be expected to do even more of other people’s work, while being told that they are inherent racists, misogynists, blah blah, “whiny”, “afraid” and “making the wrong choices.”

    Irony alert: the majority of women prefer male bosses: they’re not as “emotional,” “catty,” or “bitchy.”

    I’ve been some work with an offshore AI/blockchain company. Developers located all over the world. Small company. Extremely smart people. In about six months several intelligence agencies and the big AI shops like Google will start planning how to kill them. No females, no discussion, not a single word, in three months, of politics. And, no females. I’m sure there will be some, but they won’t be from around here.

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  32. Love says:

    Yes yes yes! I have always preferred a male boss. My female bosses were bitchy and unstable.
    Most of my male bosses have been amazing! If my future boss will be a woman, I will have to think twice about taking that job.

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  33. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    The outcome of #metoo and #timesup will be that men won’t be able to avoid seeing women as treacherous coworkers. As they have attacked their benefactors, they simply cannot be trusted. Women have no idea how dependent they are on the good will of men.

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  34. Sigma Frame says:

    Things are getting sticky now, but I anticipate that the fallout from the #metoo craze will precipitate some positive changes in society over the long run. Keeping my fingers crossed until then.

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  35. Sigma Frame says:

    It’s always marvelously frightening when raw greed, lust, pride, etc. reveals the true nature of a person. I wish it could be a little more obvious than it is. Just as shown in the above movie clip, women’s beauty is deceptive.

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  36. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Off topic, This video will give you a glimpse inside the Canadian Parliament that I have never seen. For reference, a few years ago, when Spanish volunteers went home from the Ukranian Civil War, they got twenty year sentences. At the end of WWII, those who served in the SS got two years. Runs a little over five minutes.


  37. Farm Boy says:

    Why have movie stars and other celebrities become an aristocracy of secular demigods? It seems to me an objective fact that virtually any other group of professionals plucked at random from the Statistical Abstract of the United States — nuclear engineers, plumbers, grocers, etc. — are more likely to model decent moral behavior in their everyday lives. Indeed, it is a bizarre inconsistency in the cartoonishly liberal ideology of Hollywood that the only super-rich people in America reflexively assumed to be morally superior are people who pretend to be other people for a living.

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  38. Farm Boy says:

    “I felt I desperately needed to say something,” she told The Guardian. “I’ve realized that most men, good men, the men that I love, there is a cut-off in their ability to understand. They simply cannot understand what abuse is like on a daily level. I honestly think that until we get on the same page, you can’t tell a woman about their abuse. A man cannot do that. No one can. It is so individual and so personal, it’s galling when a powerful man steps up and starts dictating the terms, whether he intends it or not.”

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  39. Supposedly The Donald will be announcing the fake news awards Tues. Wonder what that will be about? (Besides fake news lol) Also I really feel for anyone in Hawaii who thought they were toast, that had to be so traumatic. :/ It’s hard to believe a mistake like that could even happen!


  40. BuenaVista says:

    That’s because it wasn’t a mistake.

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  41. Farm Boy says:

    A large part of her complaint seems to be that Aziz Ansari is not the characters he plays on television. The article explores this at length, noting that Ansari “built his career on being cute and nice and parsing the signals women send to men and the male emotions that result,” someone who “branded himself as the witty, woke alternative to the stereotypical douchebag bro…the kind of guy who strikes out because he actually respects women.”

    Grace mentioned the glaring gap between Ansari’s comedy persona and the behavior she experienced in his apartment as a reason why she didn’t get out earlier. “I didn’t leave because I think I was stunned and shocked,” she said. “This was not what I expected. I’d seen some of his shows and read excerpts from his book and I was not expecting a bad night at all, much less a violating night and a painful one.”

    The real human Aziz Ansari was more clumsy than suave, more dork than adorkable, more horndog than heartthrob. But every time Grace did actually articulate she wanted something, he gave it to her. She said she didn’t want to have sex, and although he did ask again several times, he didn’t force her. When she said she wanted to go home, he called her an Uber.

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  42. earlthomas786 says:

    ‘I think part of the answer has to do with the receding of religion from public life. As a culture, we’ve elevated “authenticity” to a new form of moral authority. We look to our feelings for guidance. Actors, as a class, are feelings merchants. While they may indeed be “out of touch” with the rest of America from time to time, actors are adept at being in touch with their feelings. And for some unfathomably stupid reason, we now think that puts us beneath them.’

    America lives by the tingle, and dies by the tingle.

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  43. earlthomas786 says:

    ‘Women have no idea how dependent they are on the good will of men.’

    That’s because most are largely dependent on Uncle Sam now. Once that goes down, then they’ll really see.

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  44. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Even that is indirectly the result of the good will of men.

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  45. Farm Boy says:

    ”And for me, every time I see that, I am haunted most, actually, by the images of my children, who were running around the apartment for much of the night, but when the election is called, my daughter, who at that time is four, is just lying in my lap, kind of like this pale, Irish statue, and there’s something about the way she’s lying, I don’t know, that just makes her look like she’s the one who’s going to inherit this — what he does is on her, right? It’s like we’ve somehow collectively landed in this place, but the people who are going to feel this, and be affected by this are these innocents. And as it happens, I was looking at a young child, but there’s so many other innocents who are being subjected to the cruelty, as we speak here today.

    But yes, I think that scene moves viewers the most because it triggers, I think, a kind of post-traumatic stress about their own election night experience, which mirrored mine.”

    The nonsense she spewed more than a year later shows why Clinton deserved to lose.

    She wasn’t running to make the nation better or safer. I cannot recall a single policy issue of hers, although her staff threw together reams of words to make it seem like there was something there.

    No, she ran to make well-off women who went to the right schools and maybe married well feel better about themselves.

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  46. BuenaVista says:

    Ansari case:

    I know that when a woman, on a first date after knowing me for 90 minutes, comes back to my home, starts drinking again, immediately strips nude and starts practicing oral sex, it’s my obligation to kick her out because her “nonverbal cues” are clearly telling me she’s “uncomfortable” and denying “consent.”

    That’s just how women roll, and if men can’t read “nonverbal cues” and understand that being ultra-aggressive sexually means “Get away from me you rapist!” it just proves that men are selfish, violent pigs.


  47. BuenaVista says:

    Samantha Power’s single professional policy idea is “the duty to protect”, or, the obligation to militarily intervene for any threatened people anywhere; it was not a notion tied to any American interest.

    So we blew up Libya and installed a bizarre “consulate” 80 miles from an active front, got the Ambassador killed (but only after he’d been raped) and some other guys. Then transhipped arms from the Benghazi armory to Syria, where they ably assisted a mish-mash of Assad opponents including al-Qaeda to render Syria peaceful.

    That’s her policy resume. She blew up two countries in order to save them.

    I was still in DC, and was invited to accompany someone to a fancy soiree where, mingling with the USG staff were a couple dozen Syrians flown in to serve as poster boys for this strategy. I’d never been to a party where you walk around and see a bunch of people in elegant suits, with a very, very strong foreboding that they’d all be dead in six months.


  48. earlthomas786 says:

    ‘That’s just how women roll, and if men can’t read “nonverbal cues” and understand that being ultra-aggressive sexually means “Get away from me you rapist!” it just proves that men are selfish, violent pigs.’

    I would think a female being promiscous would make her feel uncomfortable. That’s probably why she shouldn’t be having maritals with men she barely knows. This is more about them not having a clue how they react to sexual liberation, then how men are acting.

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  49. thedeti says:

    where is it being reported that the US ambassador was raped and then killed at Benghazi? I did a little searching and found nothing about his being raped before he was killed. If that’s the case it should be readily apparent on a routine autopsy (or even an external clinical exam) that any competent physician would conduct.


  50. BuenaVista says:


    My girlfriend at the time was the Benghazi station manager. We were away for that weekend, at a wedding in Europe. You won’t find her name anywhere, either. I was surprised some asshole didn’t leak it once she started testifying to Gowdy’s committee.


  51. Yoda says:

    Parents of the sixth grade students at Bourbon Middle School in Missouri were horrified to find out — after the fact — that their kids were recently given an invasive survey by the State Department of Mental Health. The survey, which is supposed to help the state come up with helpful programs, asked questions that the parents found inappropriate.

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  52. Yoda says:

    And this is the point where it gets tricky. Because Grace apparently believes that Ansari should have been able to read her mind, when a simple “Stop!” would have promptly ended the activities.

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  53. Yoda says:

    Ole Miss told Campus Reform that its policy does not “require” punishment for a first offense, but declined to clarify whether a student could be punished for a single microaggression.

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  54. Yoda says:

    Was Grace frozen, terrified, stuck? No. She tells us that she wanted something from Ansari and that she was trying to figure out how to get it. She wanted affection, kindness, attention. Perhaps she hoped to maybe even become the famous man’s girlfriend. He wasn’t interested. What she felt afterward—rejected yet another time, by yet another man—was regret. And what she and the writer who told her story created was 3,000 words of revenge porn. The clinical detail in which the story is told is intended not to validate her account as much as it is to hurt and humiliate Ansari. Together, the two women may have destroyed Ansari’s career, which is now the punishment for every kind of male sexual misconduct, from the grotesque to the disappointing.

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  55. Yoda says:

    A member of Georgetown University’s Master of Science in Foreign Service advisory board wished a sexual assault upon conservative commentator Allie Stuckey over the weekend.

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  56. thedeti says:


    If you can’t answer this without compromising anything, don’t; but did your GF at the time work for State in a diplomatic capacity? Was she CIA, or what ?


  57. Yoda says:


    We know this thanks to an interactive map created in 2014 called Human Wasteland.

    The map charts all of the locations for human excrement “incidents” reported to the San Francisco police during a given month. The interactive map shows precise locations of the incidents by marking them with poop emojis:

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  58. Yoda says:

    Survived she has

    🙏🏻♥️⚡️ for 20 years, i’ve marked 16 jan as the day i survived another year from 1998. on this 20th (!!!) anniversary, thinkin’ maybe we could try a survivor’s chain. whaddya think? (too corny?) RETWEET if you survived the unimaginable in your life 🙏🏻♥️⚡️

    — Monica Lewinsky (@MonicaLewinsky) January 16, 2018

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  59. Yoda says:

    Twitter engineer Pranay Singh bragged about sharing people’s private intimate direct messages which includes nude photos.

    “So all your sex messages and your, like dick pics are on my server now…all your illegitimate wives and like all the girls you’ve been f*cking around with, they’re on my server now,” Twitter engineer Pranay Singh.

    “I’m going to send it to your wife. She’s going to use it in your divorce,” Singh continued.

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  60. Yoda says:

    Actress Emma Watson wrote an open letter to her book club after reading Reni Eddo-Lodge’s “Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About Race” where she acknowledged her “white privilege” and said she’s thought about the ways she “upholds a system that is structurally racist.”

    After coming out as a feminist in 2015, Watson was criticized by black feminists for being a privileged “white feminist.” She said she began “panicking” as a result.

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  61. Yoda says:

    But Atwood went on to criticize #MeToo, claiming that vigilante justice – making claims about harassment and then demanding men be punished without trial, destroying careers and ending families – violated the accepted civilizational norm of affording due process, and turned radical feminists into tyrants.

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  62. Yoda says:

    On Monday, Infowars’ Paul Joseph Watson shared an outlandish excerpt from feminist magazine Medusa that quickly went viral. It was said in the post that men who masturbate while thinking about women they know, without having their consent, are actually committing something called “telepathic rape.”

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  63. Cill says:

    “Just as shown in the above movie clip, women’s beauty is deceptive.” (Sigma Frame at 7:19 am)

    It wouldn’t take much for a man to start seeing women as ugly little things. All he’d have to do is flip a switch in his mind. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.

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  64. earlthomas786 says:

    ‘It wouldn’t take much for a man to start seeing women as ugly little things. All he’d have to do is flip a switch in his mind. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.’

    A woman might have a good image…but you really see what her likeness is when the mask slips.

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  65. Farm Boy says:

    This is a relief

    But one thing is for sure: the island of Britain will not actually leave the continent of Europe.

    David Jones, a minister in the Government’s Brexit department, confirmed as much to a meeting of the House of Lords EU Home Affairs subcommittee.

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  66. BuenaVista says:


    Dunno. I’ve never asked her if her business card represents her real employer. (“Need to know.”) This annoys her big-time. It’s probably ambiguous anyway.

    On your other question, Stevens’ torture, rape and murder were widely covered in the Arab press. The American press did not to cover it, probably because it was two months before the election and they needed to protect Obama and Clinton. Google “Ambassador Stevens broomstick” for citations. Gruesome, bad death. During the Indian Wars our troopers (if being overrun) saved a round for themselves to avoid consciousness of being tortured and defiled.


  67. SFC Ton says:

    I have no 1st hand knowledge about what went down but hajjis love to rape and torture other men and they generally start their torture sessions with a gang rape.


  68. Farm Boy says:

    Actor Matt Damon says he’s sorry for the anger-inducing string of comments he’s made of late, for which he was accused by many of downplaying the culture of sexual misconduct currently upending much of the entertainment world.

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  69. Farm Boy says:

    While LGBT Americans have full rights and are arguably widely celebrated in every sector, the LGBT Left has fixated on encouraging sexual expression in ever younger children. They genuinely believe they are helping these children by allowing them to ‘be themselves’ in an environment free from judgment or repression,” he proclaimed. “They believe they are saving these children from a life of bullying, fear, and crippling anxiety. So any child who emulates LGBT culture is widely celebrated and promoted. A nine-year-old boy dressing and behaving as an adult drag queen is seen as beautiful and progressive.”


  70. Farm Boy says:

    Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ) lashed out at female DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen on Tuesday, lambasting the secretary as “complicit,” in an emotional outburst that saw Booker flail about and scream at Nielsen in disgust — even suggesting she had limited intellectual capabilities.

    But yet, Democrats, who turned Sens. Kamala Harris (CA) and Elizabeth Warren (MA) into cult heroes for enduring a fraction of the abuse Nielsen handled during her grilling at Booker’s hands, were completely silent on Booker’s unprofessional treatment of Nielsen.

    Some “women’s rights” activists

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  71. SFC Ton says:

    I have been called a reactionary and “worse ” a lot of times, but you know what would not be happening if Reactionary Southern White men were running the show? Sick shit like transrights and perverts pushing sexual expression onto younger and younger childern

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  72. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    When feminists find reason to condemn Margaret Atwood, the end must be near.

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  73. Cheque d'Out says:
    Lefty MSM ‘journo’ who has been caught lying a couple of times interviews Jordan Peterson. I hear that it didn’t go well. For her.

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  74. Cheque d'Out says:

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  75. Cheque d'Out says:

    Hearing VERY good things about that interview. Will be watching tomorrow

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  76. Cheque d'Out says:

    “I’m 16 minutes in and she’s gone hysterical — completely unable to understand his very clear points, and ironically making it look as though women can’t think logically.”

    “Wait till you get to the bit where she is lost for words ….”gotcha” he says, ha ha ha”

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  77. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I hope that you don’t take your own advice. You have epilepsy.


  78. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    This whole thing about Aziz Ansari is well out of hand. Men can’t read minds and women keep expecting them to. It doesn’t work and sane judges don’t like cases based on this.


  79. Yoda says:

    Make a poor Jedi that chick would
    She can control herself not

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  80. earlthomas786 says:

    It’s written by a feminist…but even she was pointing out that women act like they have no agency.

    ‘Aziz Ansari Is Guilty. Of Not Being a Mind Reader.’

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  81. earlthomas786 says:

    I’d also answer this question easily:

    ‘How did a movement for women’s empowerment become an emblem for female helplessness?’

    When you wanted all the rights and didn’t want to have any of the responsibiliites.

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  82. Yoda says:

    Aziz Ansari needs Jedi mind reading capabilities he does

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  83. Yoda says:

    Empowered she was
    Ruined him she did

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  84. earlthomas786 says:

    ‘Men can’t read minds and women keep expecting them to.’

    Women expect men to be able to read social cues as well as them. Yeah we’re not the same in that regard either.

    Sure I know enough to get by…but women also seem to do this mixed signal nonsense too.

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  85. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    It is confusing with the mixed messages. Perhaps deliberately so?

    I do remember something from Angry Harry, “Regretted sex is not rape.”


  86. earlthomas786 says:

    “Regretted sex is not rape.”

    I wonder how many of these broads even know of the term ‘fornication’.

    I’m aware some of them aren’t….they couldn’t believe sex outside of marriage was actually sinful.

    If you are signalling to the guy you want sex and then regret it for whatever reason, that’s not rape…that’s bad sex.

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  87. Yoda says:

    Fortunately I was removed not

    Some guy who is cross that women exist has made a ‘fanedit’ (sic) of Star Wars: The Last Jedi which removes the significant female characters and scenes from the movie.

    As reported on Pedestrian, the user-titled ‘Chauvanist Cut’ (sic), which is also described as “basically The Last Jedi minus Girlz Powah and other silly stuff”, was posted on The Pirate Bay by an anonymous user.

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  88. Yoda says:

    Available for reshoots I am

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  89. earlthomas786 says:

    From the story I read…it sounds like he was just bad at it, but it’s not like she got out of there immediately the first time he made his intentions known. Did she need two more times and each time it was basically the same thing to get it in her head? Either don’t end up at his apartment in the first place (maybe she doesn’t know what nonverbal cue THAT means especially with that type of guy) or get out and call the Uber.

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  90. Farm Boy says:

    She seems kind of slow. But then, being a young woman, she can survive just off of her looks. So, slow is good enough for now

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  91. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I don’t think that would like the term, once it was explained to them. Men are not allowed to judge women.
    As for the question about quality, throwing two strangers together is going to be a bad experience most of the time. Ray Charles could have seen that coming. Men don’t have much of a problem accepting this.

    The film’s owners are going to be doubly mad about this. First about the piracy and, second, about the edit.


  92. earlthomas786 says:

    ‘I don’t think that would like the term, once it was explained to them. Men are not allowed to judge women.’

    They’ll be in for a shock when they see the ultimate judge is a man.

    I’ll say it again…it’s normal for a woman to be uncomfortable having sex with a man she barely knows, even if it was consensual. Sex for women was not meant to be causal or to hook up and then get tossed out.

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  93. Yoda says:

    Driving all of the correct people nuts that edit is.
    How their overblown reactions make them appear silly they realize not

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  94. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Silly women. What did she think was going to happen? Compound the silliness by sticking around to see it get worse.

    Let the “correct” people go nuts. The edit is the message.

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  95. Farm Boy says:

    Chinese gaming company Kunlun’s acquisition of popular gay dating app Grindr has prompted privacy concerns.
    According to the Daily Mail, the acquisition “has sparked fears that China’s spymasters could gain access to millions of users’ information.”


  96. Farm Boy says:

    Despite the onslaught of propaganda telling young girls otherwise, a recent research paper distilling data from over 30 European countries concluded that mothers find homemaking preferable to working full-time.

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  97. Yoda says:

    she’s gone hysterical — completely unable to understand his very clear points, and ironically making it look as though women can’t think logically

    Also a poor Vulcan she would be.
    For immune to logic she is

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  98. Yoda says:

    Perhaps a “damsel in distress” she could be.
    But not so damsel-like she is

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  99. Yoda says:

    Aggressive and stupid she would be.
    A poor way to go through life this is

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  100. Yoda says:

    A Dutch vegan who applied for a Swiss passport has had her application rejected because the locals found her too annoying.

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  101. Yoda says:

    Shapiro defended Ansari, pointing out that the woman accusing him of sexual misconduct, who insisted he should have understood her “non-verbal cues,” had given some non-verbal cues of her own, including “getting completely naked in his apartment and then performing sex acts multiple times on him.”

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  102. Yoda says:

    Facebook Says Group Wanting To Burn Christian Mom Alive Meets ‘Community Standards’

    “I will find The Activist Mommy and burn whoever runs it alive.”

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  103. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Not a nice thing to be wishing on a Christian mother, is it?
    Bad facebook!


  104. Cheque d'Out says:

    Took the Missus to the Doctor’s today to sort out her Tourettes.
    Turns out she doesn’t have it.
    Therefore I am a cunt and she really does want me to fuck off.

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  105. Cheque d'Out says:

    Halfway through the full 30 minutes interview

    He’s running rings round the cnut.

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  106. earlthomas786 says:

    ‘Shapiro defended Ansari, pointing out that the woman accusing him of sexual misconduct, who insisted he should have understood her “non-verbal cues,” had given some non-verbal cues of her own, including “getting completely naked in his apartment and then performing sex acts multiple times on him.”

    Shapiro probably doesn’t know about the most important non-verbal cue for a woman…the tingles.

    Sure she could be naked in your apartment, sure she could be verbally telling you she wants teh sex, sure she could be performing sex acts, sure she could make it known about her ‘enthuastic consent’…but if she decides there was no tingles, the man must be punished in the mamacracy.

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  107. Farm Boy says:

    “Peer bonuses” that were supposed to reward Google employees for outstanding work performance were also used, with management approval, to reward them for arguing against heterodox political views, while something called “social pecking” was used—”unambiguously,” in the words of one Google vice-president—to gang up on dissenters. If you read through the whole complaint you see what this kind of “pecking” looks like, and it looks a lot like—well, it looks a lot like angry political Twitter, complete with people lobbing obscenities at each other over politics.

    What company in its right mind would encourage its employees to treat each other this way? Well, maybe a company that is not in its right mind. An internal presentation urging sensitivity for employees who are “living as a plural being”—which seems to refer to some kind of multiple personality disorder—lists one of the forbidden thoughts: “assumptions that we’re mentally damaged.” This is literally an environment where the insane are welcome and the sane are not.

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  108. Farm Boy says:

    “I am gratified to learn that Morgan Stanley now acknowledges what I always knew, that I did not engage in any acts of sexual misconduct or harassment,” Ford said in a statement.

    “I only wish for the sake of my good name and reputation that they had admitted the truth five weeks ago.” . . .

    Ford’s only accuser, Reuters business editor Lauren Tara LaCapra, refused to speak with me but told the New York Times of a dinner they shared four years ago: “Mr. Ford tried to pull me into an elevator to go to a cocktail lounge, despite my verbal and physical resistance.”

    But at 12:44 a.m. she e-mailed him: “had fun tonight! thanks for inviting me out, and for the meal, and my ride home. hope you got back safe & sound?”

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  109. Stephanie says:

    Not sure if y’all are aware but Ame and I are stuck in an insane winter weather that has below freezing temperatures (but no snow 😥 )!

    It’s hilarious….

    We Texans be like:

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  110. Stephanie says:


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  111. Stephanie says:

    ❤ ❤ ❤ I love Texans' crazyness.

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  112. Stephanie says:

    ❤ ❤ ❤

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  113. Stephanie says:


    Thank God we don’t need anything!!!!!

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  114. Stephanie says:

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  115. Stephanie says:

    Soooooo true

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  116. Stephanie says:

    It says it’s 23… but the news also says it FEELS like 14!!!!!!

    What magic is this?!

    Oh to long for the Summer days of old….

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  117. Farm Boy says:

    The reaction from the feminocracy was fiercely pro-Grace.

    “A lot of men will read that post about Aziz Ansari and see an everyday, reasonable sexual interaction. But part of what women are saying right now is that what the culture considers ‘normal’ sexual encounters are not working for us, and oftentimes harmful,” feminist writer and speaker Jessica Valenti tweeted.

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  118. Farm Boy says:

    It’s not just Grace. Rachel Thompson of Mashable explained: “The responses to the woman’s story are peppered with the word ‘should.’ She should have said no … For many women, uttering an explicit ‘no’ is not as easy or straightforward as you might think.” Well, as it turns out, reading minds is not quite as easy or straightforward as feminists might think. It was feminists who boiled down sexual relations to the issue of consent. Traditionalists always argued that physical intimacy and emotional intimacy ought to be linked. But they were accused of removing female agency with such linkage and condemned for “mansplaining.”

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  119. Farm Boy says:

    One more time

    But they scored a veritable home-run compared to the interview Cathy Newman did with him yesterday for Channel 4 News. The full half-hour interview is available online. If I was Channel 4 I would take it down. If I was Cathy Newman I would sue or seek a super-injunction. I don’t think I have ever witnessed an interview that is more catastrophic for the interviewer.

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  120. Meh.

    In the realm of sex, we turn guilt and shame into a legal matter. If a woman feels bad after sex, she must be a rape victim. It could not be her fault. It can never be her fault. We cannot allow moral guilt. We cannot put responsibility on the woman; we cannot “blame” her for her own decisions. We cannot leave her with her guilt because then we allow her no relief other than prayer and repentance. But that means we must acknowledge God, which opens up a whole new can of worms.

    So, as cowards, we retreat back under the shelter of deflected blame. We start talking about “consent” and “rape culture” and whatever else. Anything but personal responsibility. Anything but shame. Anything but guilt. Anything but sin. And nothing gets better. And we never feel better. But, we tell ourselves, at least it’s not our fault.

    Who is this “we” kemo-sabe? Do you mean Leftists and liberals, blue-hairs and sexual deviants, feminists and manginas? That’s on them. Them and not me. Me, I call a spade a spade and a whore a whore. For example:

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  121. Farm Boy says:

    The headmaster of the school wants to ensure that they’re being inclusive of any girls who “no longer identify” as girls.” Imagine the conversation as the faculty debated whether or not they might be offending the one or two (or zero) students (out of 1,350) who are “transitioning”.

    What’s next for the Altrincham School? Surprisingly, the school currently has no plans to drop “For Girls” from their name. Although, if they are so concerned about replacing the word “girl” with “students”, I don’t understand why they would leave it. One parent tweeted that “Altrincham Grammar School for Gender Neutrals doesn’t quite have the same ring to it.”

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  122. Farm Boy says:

    Hope Kitts, an assistant professor at the University of New Mexico, argues in a recent academic journal article that “valuing emotion as knowledge” is a good strategy for “deconstructing hegemonic white identity” in the classroom.

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  123. @FB Yep, women want to be paid for having feelings. That’s what “emotional labor” is all about. Unfeeling brutes, such as yourself (c’mon, you know you are) must pay women for having to experience feelings other than pure, unadulterated joy on a daily basis.

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  124. Farm Boy says:

    That’s good stuff, but it gets better while highlighting the problem with the feminist movement as a whole:

    Grace’s story was met with so many digital hosannas by young feminists, who insisted that consent is only consent if it is affirmative, active, continuous and — and this is the word most used — enthusiastic. Consent isn’t the only thing they are radically redefining. A recent survey by The Economist/YouGov found that approximately 25 percent of millennial-age American women think asking someone for a drink is harassment. More than a third say that if a man compliments a woman’s looks it is harassment…lumping him in with the same movement that brought down men who ran movie studios and forced themselves on actresses, or the factory floor supervisors who demanded sex from women workers, trivializes what #MeToo first stood for.

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  125. Farm Boy says:

    On January 11, attorneys from the Thomas More Society and ADF filed a motion to intervene in another, state-court case that seeks to force the same school district to expand its policies to give members of the opposite sex completely unrestricted access to these once-private locker rooms.

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  126. Farm Boy says:

    University of Toronto professor Jordan Peterson took fifth place in the voting for 2017’s “Higher Ed Heroes.”

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  127. Farm Boy says:

    Ann Curry said in her first TV interview since leaving NBC in 2015 that she would have been surprised if anyone at the “Today” show didn’t know about her former co-host Matt Lauer’s pervy behavior with women, adding that there was a culture of sexual harassment at the peacock network.

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  128. RichardP says:

    Some interesting logic here:

    Generally accepted: Women expect males to be able to read their minds.

    Earl says: God is male.

    Conclusion: Women expect God to read their minds.

    Oh, wait …

    Fallout 1: Women expect men to be God, or as God, and read their minds.

    Fallout 2: Then women complain that men are lording it over them.

    If you are convinced that men aren’t gods and shouldn’t be lording it over you, stop expecting them to read your minds.

    However, if you wish to continue believing that men can read your mind … (create your own preferred ending)

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  129. @FB Only 7 minutes in, but its really painful, like have a tooth pulled. It’s like he’s trying to teach calculus to a squirrel, and the squirrel doesn’t like it one bit.

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  130. @FB 11 minutes in. She has already proven beyond a doubt that object permanence seems to have been the limit of her intellectual development. The idea that any situation can be more complex than yes/no, good/bad, on/off is just completely beyond her ken.

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  131. Yoda says:

    It’s like he’s trying to teach calculus to a squirrel, and the squirrel doesn’t like it one bit.

    Like a squirrel kinda looks cute she does,
    Like a squirrel nasty inside she would be

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  132. @FB
    I don’t agree with everything Jordan Peterson says, as I think he’s actually more SJW than many people realize, but he just embarrassed that woman on every point she brought up, leaving her speechless at one point, and fumbling for something, anything really to say that he couldn’t just knock over like a paper cup filled with cotton balls.

    Now I don’t doubt that that woman has torn lesser guests a new one times beyond count, but when faced with a person who knows that her arguments are wrong and can point out seven errors she making every time she speaks, she becomes powerless and left looking just like the leftist sock-puppet she really is.

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  133. earlthomas786 says:

    ‘Walsh is on a roll.. Another great post from the man:’


    Yeah what he wrote is a much better explaination of what I’ve been trying to get across when it comes to (women’s) consent and causal sex.

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  134. earlthomas786 says:

    ‘Generally accepted: Women expect males to be able to read their minds.’

    I think only one sex generally accepts that, and it’s not males.

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  135. Stephanie says:

    “It’s like he’s trying to teach calculus to a squirrel, and the squirrel doesn’t like it one bit.”


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  136. earlthomas786 says:

    “For many women, uttering an explicit ‘no’ is not as easy or straightforward as you might think.”

    So are women strong and empowered or infantile and weak? They can’t have it both ways.

    The women I’ve dated were able to say an explicit ‘no’…and I liked the honesty. It’s better than trying to read ‘I’m undressing myself and you should read my non-verbal cues to get I don’t consent to this’.

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  137. Stephanie says:

    Apparently squirrels angry little critters they are.

    Stay away from them we humans should.

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  138. Cheque d'Out says:

    Could be adapted for Cathy Newman femeroid extraordinaire

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  139. Cheque d'Out says:

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  140. earlthomas786 says:

    ‘Only 7 minutes in, but its really painful, like have a tooth pulled. It’s like he’s trying to teach calculus to a squirrel, and the squirrel doesn’t like it one bit.’

    So what you are trying to say is that you hate all women and think they are stupid and that they should be barefoot and pregnant all the time.

    I mean if a woman kept coming back at me with that nonsense after I explained something I’d have much less composure than that guy.

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  141. earlthomas786 says:

    Although I thought it was quite funny how she kept going back to that tactic and he saw right through it. It’s the only thing they got in arguements or debates when they are losing. Get the guy’s emotions out of whack with things in the arguement that make no logical sense.

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  142. Cheque d'Out says:

    I agree Earl, but him staying calm just made her look even more childish.

    Being disagreeable only works if you’re right or you’re the boss. Otherwise, male or female, you just look like a moron. Cathy has a track record of being wrong.

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  143. Cheque d'Out says:

    So you’re saying…

    No. I am not.

    But you also said

    Relentless bitch

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  144. earlthomas786 says:

    If it were me and I felt like I wanted to be a smartass in the interview.

    -So you’re saying (illogical nonsense).

    ‘No, you said that.’

    -But I’m trying to understand…

    ‘No, it came out of your mouth, you said that.’


  145. Farm Boy says:

    So what you are trying to say is that you hate all women and think they are stupid and that they should be barefoot and pregnant all the time.

    Well, it would be a better fit for her


  146. Cheque d'Out says:

    Too soon?

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  147. Cheque d'Out says:

    Regarding Spoonface Cathy’s lying past

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  148. Cheque d'Out says:

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  149. SFC Ton says:

    Christian pretty much equals sjw so I have the same basic view of Peterson


  150. Farm Boy says:

    HLN anchor Ashleigh Banfield was one of the most prominent major television personalities to criticize a piece on about an unpleasant sexual experience an anonymous photographer had with comedian Aziz Ansari.

    In the email, the writer blasted Banfield, saying she should be “ashamed” she criticized “another woman [who] was brave enough to speak up and add another dimension to the societal conversation about sexual assault.”

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  151. Cheque d'Out says:

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  152. Cheque d'Out says:

    I found the Peterson lectures that I listened to to be quite boring. Do like seeing him in a tussle though. That, he’s good at.


  153. Farm Boy says:

    Booker’s face is twisted in fury. He pounds on the table. He insults her character. It’s nothing short of a temper tantrum. If he were a Republican, this exchange would be taken as proof-positive that he doesn’t respect women. It would be video evidence, shared far and wide, of his sexism. It would be compared to Donald Trump’s physical approaches to Hillary Clinton during a presidential debate and used as evidence that Republicans aren’t just misogynistic, they’re menacing. Instead, Booker proudly tweeted out his rant

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  154. Farm Boy says:

    The male sex robots with bionic penises have landed.

    We repeat, the male sex robots with bionic penises have landed.

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  155. Cheque d'Out says:

    Remember folks


  156. Farm Boy says:

    Cory Booker

    James Woods began his tweetstorm with, “If this guy had to play poker for a living, he’d starve to death…

    James Woods then labeled Cory Booker “Mangina Cory”. Hah!

    Liberals, like children, have no control over their emotions and are unable to conduct themselves in a professional manner. Cory Booker represents the constituents who voted for him perfectly.

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  157. earlthomas786 says:

    ‘ James Woods began his tweetstorm with, “If this guy had to play poker for a living, he’d starve to death…

    James Woods then labeled Cory Booker “Mangina Cory”. Hah!’

    James Woods bar none has some of the most shiving tweets.

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  158. Farm Boy says:

    Will Caligan, a Desert Shield and Desert Storm veteran suffering Gulf War Syndrome, is out of a job. What caused him to lose it is one more weight on the scale that is tipping America toward total insanity. Caligan is a talented comics artist who contracted with Short Fuse Media Group to produce comic books. If you have followed any of my investigations into #Comicsgate you would know that the comics industry has been completely taken over by rabid alt-left types who spent their days devising ways to destroy beloved characters by “diversifying” them into an approved SJW mold. Caligan, a conservative Christian, had little chance of survival in that environment. One hint of wrongthink could spell curtains for any artist, writer or producer in today’s comics climate. In Caligan’s case, he made the catastrophic mistake of voicing his opinion about a pop culture story about a straight man rebuffing a kiss from a transwoman.

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  159. Farm Boy says:

    James Woods knows what a Mangina is. Manosphere concepts are mainstreaming


  160. Cheque d'Out says:

    The Patriarchy at work

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  161. earlthomas786 says:

    ‘Child support is 18 years of easy money’: Women reveal the REAL reasons why they’ve lied about being on the Pill – and many DON’T regret what they’ve done’

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  162. earlthomas786 says:

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  163. SFC Ton says:

    James wood is an actor
    Chances of him being a mangina himself is near on 100%


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