Race To The Bottom

In a previous post, the development arc of many young women was explored.  In it, we saw how many teen girls, through not resisting the urge to fully exploit their new-found sexuality become stunted-growth sluts.

But what about their brothers?  How do they fare?  Very possibly they live in a household with the mother being the single parent.  Sometimes she operates in a slutty manner, trying to extract the big three, validation, tingles and resources from men.  The daughters pick up this from her (or from peers even if the mother is not a slut), trying to garner validation, tingles and resources from the boys.

The boys see all of this.  What are they to think?  Perhaps they learn that being a female is all about exploiting males, often in underhanded ways.  This is what females do.  Probably calls for him to be a gentleman, to respect women, fall on deaf ears.  They may come to the conclusion that women are to be exploited for the once product that they can naturally deliver well, sex.  Since she is probably operating in an underhanded way, then it is only fair that I can do so also.  So it all becomes a dance of who can better exploit who for what they want.

Who’s fault is it that boys grow up with some measure of this perspective?

Posted in alpha fux beta bux, Dating????, FarmBoy, Feminism, Hypergamy, Lies, Trainwreck
153 comments on “Race To The Bottom
  1. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    I think that it would be only exceptionally bold young ones with guidance from older boys who could take advantage. Most of the boys are going to see this as a one way street and not want to participate, withdrawing into bitterness. This is confirmed by what I see on MGTOW threads. It is not like when I grew up. Girls are a lot more devious.

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  2. earlthomas786 says:

    ‘Who’s fault is it that boys grow up with some measure of this perspective?’

    Of course it’s the single mother.

    One of my cousins grew up in that environment and he is a master liar and manipulator. He learned that from his mother because she is the same way. He continued the tradition and got a girl pregnant and now his son is growing up in a single motherhood situation.

    I don’t know what the percentages of cads come from single mother households…but I have to think it’s the majority.

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  3. earlthomas786 says:

    And much like I would advise men to choose the women who grew up in an intact home where the father-daughter relationship is good…I’d advise women to choose men who also grew up in an intact home where the relationship with his father is good.

    It won’t guarentee success…but it’ll have a better chance. That’s how important a father is.

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  4. Love says:

    Yes Earl. In my experience the cads I knew came from single mother homes. The mothers were very active dating while these boys were growing up. Men in and out of their lives. Perhaps many of their mothers’ boyfriends were not nice to them – maybe some even attempted to discipline them. I am sure these guys have buried hatred towards their mothers. 1. For not putting their son above their own pleasures and 2. For allowing strange men/drama in their lives.

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  5. Love says:

    I agree Earl. A father is very important in both a girl and boy’s life. My father is the reason I am loving and compassionate towards men.

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  6. earlthomas786 says:

    Sounds like you have a good father.

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  7. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Until Earl mentioned it, I never gave much thought to where cads came from. Willful ignorance?


  8. earlthomas786 says:

    ‘What is masculinity, and why do leftists oppose it?’


    ‘There has emerged a war on masculinity. Why? Because masculine men are harder to control under tyrannical socialism. The modern beta male, on the other hand, craves socialism. This is why the left has branded masculinity as toxic: it stands as a roadblock to their endgame.’

    ‘The feminist hatred for masculinity is only another tool in the toolbox of communism. Masculinity tends to make a man individualistic. Individualistic men are capitalists, not communists. They are men who cherish individual liberty, and they rely on themselves rather than on government. Self-reliance is a four-letter word for leftists, and masculine men are generally self-reliant. Beta males like Pajama Boy rely on government, and such modern men, devoid of any semblance of masculinity, are ideal for leftist indoctrination.’

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  9. earlthomas786 says:

    Interesting that his anecdote includes how certain women go for cads because they hate masculinity and male leadership.

    ‘Fast forward to my relationships. What I found is that women who were influenced by leftism had zero respect for my ability to lead in areas like education, career and finance. Since they had been taught that masculinity was toxic, they would often prefer younger, penniless, unemployed students who were more easily manipulated. They resented that I would offer them advice about what to study, where to work, and how to save more, which – along with apologetics and raising parrots – is about the only stuff I’m qualified to give advice about! Basically, they had been trained to see male competence as toxic. Male leadership – even when it was clearly demonstrated from past success – was toxic. And the “best” men were the men who let them make decisions based on their feelings, which mostly involved pursuing fun and being irresponsible – and sometimes even immoral. Men exist to give women “feelings”, and for no other purpose than that.’

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  10. earlthomas786 says:

    ‘Until Earl mentioned it, I never gave much thought to where cads came from.’

    Even if a boy hates his mother…she is still a big influence on him. I’m lucky to have the mother I have because I’ve seen just how terrible some mothers can be to their children (such as my cousin’s case).

    Both parents are important when it comes to raising children…that’s why choosing the father/mother of your children is important.

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  11. Love says:

    Yes I had a great father ❤

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  12. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I think that Winteryknight may have missed the mark. At his worst, Josef Stalin would not have trashed men as the current culture does. He needed work to get done. At the tail end of “The Unknown War” Burt Lancaster says that while the Soviet Union was grateful for all the Lend Lease support, it was only five percent of what was used to prosecute the war.
    What we are seeing has never happened before.


  13. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Criticism of Google and facebook from an unexpected source.
    Afraid the saw cuts both ways?

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  14. SFC Ton says:

    Cads are generally created by women, a response to women and the smp or a naturals. Not sure of the ratio but there it is

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  15. Re: cads, I’d agree most are either naturals who were among the few boys who the girls started to compete over and pursue from a young age (this probably starts in middle school or younger) or they are guys who learned by observing those situations closely what made girls tick.

    Not all naturals are or become cads but it’s easier for them to be so if they want to be.

    I am sure some come from single parent homes but at least when I was young (ages ago, lol) they didn’t. The three or four such guys in my class were all from two parent homes. What the quality of those homes was, however, I don’t know.

    The further we get from being a culture that believes in things like “right” or “wrong” the less deterrent there is for guys who can get laid like tile not to. Why wouldn’t they?

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  16. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    To get back to the original post, as always, the boys are reacting to what the girls set for conditions in the marketplace. What the boys are seeing isn’t good. I have no idea how to change it short of societal collapse.

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  17. @FB
    Since she is probably operating in an underhanded way, then it is only fair that I can do so also.

    I think you can leave out the moral implications of using a term like “underhanded”, and just leave at “this is how women act, so I will act accordingly”. People rob banks because that’s where the money is. Men act like “cads” because that gets them women.

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  18. earlthomas786 says:

    ‘What we are seeing has never happened before.’

    What we are seeing is what I can call at best…’female socialism’.

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  19. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Last night, I thought it might be good for Wynne’s opponents to campaign against feminism directly. This morning, I don’t know. The problem stems from women being fifty five percent of voters due to men’s greater mortality. Still, it does have the virtue of having never been tried in at that level.

    I don’t know how to describe it. We can leave that to historians in the future. It is most like a war short of shooting.


  20. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    TFM and Mgtow 101 have their channels back up and running.


  21. FNU MNU LNU says:

    I believe that boys being raised by single moms are at a huge disadvantage.

    but what is worse? that, or living in a home where the mother is unhappy and is just making do because of financial reasons?

    that can be much more damaging, depending on how it is handled.

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  22. “These are allegations. He’s not had a chance to defend himself. Are you in any way concerned there is a bit of a public trial going on and is that fair?” the reporter asked.

    “Again, I’m not going to comment on the specifics of the situation,” Wynne replied. “I do think that it was brave for these young women to come forward. I think that it was a hard thing for them to do, but the point I’m making this morning is that — we always, there will always be due process and there should be due process and there is a legal process that has to be part of this…”

    Translated, “First let me say I believe these women completely. He’s guilty as shit and I hope he dies in a fire real soon. Now while standing triumphantly over his smoldering corpse I will make a few mewling sounds about due process which you might not be able to hear over my raucous cackling.”

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  23. earlthomas786 says:

    ‘80% of rapists motivated with displaced anger come from fatherless homes (Source: Criminal Justice & Behavior, Vol 14, p. 403-26)’

    ’14 times more likely to commit rape’


    Daughters of single parents are 53% more likely to marry as teenagers, 164% more likely to have a premarital birth, and 92% more likely to dissolve their own marriages.

    71% of teenage pregnancies are to children of single parents. U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services’


    Single motherhood…leads to their children having greater chances of out of wedlock birth and divorce. Also a myriad of crimes and behavioral disorders. I don’t doubt cad behavior often comes from that too.

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  24. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    I think the dog is enjoying the joke.

    Liked by 1 person

  25. Cill says:

    Toy dogs have stupid and stupider owners.

    Liked by 4 people

  26. Cill says:

    “…the other [Brown accuser] was a former staffer who alleges he plied her with alcohol, took her to his bedroom and kissed her, his erection against her, until she protested and demanded he drive her home, whereupon he ceased and did just that.”

    The real crime here was she felt his erection. He can (ahem) raise no defense to male arousal. Erections are punishable by ruination until death UNLESS he’s hot AND she doesn’t hold a grudge against him AND she isn’t pining for the comfort of group-think right then AND she hasn’t accused him yet. Once the accusation is made, he’s fucked by the group think.

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  27. Cill says:

    …fucked by misandrist rape.

    Liked by 1 person

  28. Yoda says:

    What type of dog Moe has Wonder I do.

    Liked by 1 person

  29. Yoda says:

    However, Amazon’s Alexa software has now changed its response to a certain stimulus — namely, calling it sexist names — from “thanks for the feedback” to “I’m not going to respond to that.” Further, the device will also respond to the question of whether it’s a feminist with: “I am a feminist. As is anyone who believes in bridging the inequality between men and women in society.”



  30. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I don’t think that I will buy one of those from Amazon anytime soon.


  31. Moehau Man says:

    Yes well, dogs are okay if I beat the meat with me Kauri Club first and boil them in seawater but I wouldn’t call them delicious.

    “A sailor of my acquaintance”, Mrs Moehau Man (my informed old mum) reflected just then, “told me the absolutely most deliciously delicious food far and away from here to eternity and back is Turtle. Not, ” she added, “not that he has eaten it himself he hastened to add.”

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  32. Cheque d'Out says:

    So much for artificial intelligence then.

    Liked by 2 people

  33. Yoda says:

    Amazon make a “hamsterlater” version of Alexa they should

    Liked by 2 people

  34. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Moehau Man,
    I would love to eat turtle. It is just that I can’t get them to come out of the shell and I don’t want to break teeth. It is hard for a bear to find a dentist.

    You are on to something. A more encouraging version of Alexa might be a big seller.

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  35. Cill says:

    Fuzzy don’t eat them whole. There’s salmonella bacteria in their shit.

    Liked by 1 person

  36. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I think that I will continue to buy the soup in a can. Come to think of it, armadillos would be a problem that way too.


  37. Moe says:

    Yes well, I’m scratching me brow ridge here. How do you open the soup cans?

    “Well I never!” Mrs Moehau Man (my confounded old mum) declared just then, “I never knew bears have Kauri Clubs.”

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  38. Yoda says:

    Moe ever seen a Bears he has?

    Liked by 1 person

  39. Moehau Man says:

    Yes well, I’ve seen clouds but never one that looks like that.

    Liked by 2 people

  40. Kentucky.


    And you realize this is our provincial premier, the equivalent to a state governor. And Ontario is bigger than NY, PA, MI and OH put together.

    At least Blatchford has a long reputation as a reporter for cxalling out hypocracy.

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  41. Oh BTW.

    The girl admits in tbe CTV interview that after this incident, the next summer she went back to work at Brown’s constituant ooffice because it was a good opportunity.

    But no she was no, she was horrified by what happened to her…..but why pass up a political opportunity….whats a conflict of interest??

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  42. Yoda says:

    The Duke University “Men’s Project” recently issued an invitation for “masculine-of-center” students to join its nine-week program to help “destabilize masculine privilege” and combat “toxic” masculinity on campus.

    The group’s past events have included a discussion of how “#AllMen” contribute to rape culture, and another blaming “aggrieved white manhood” for mass shootings in the wake of the Las Vegas massacre.


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  43. Yoda says:

    Harvey Weinstein made his assistant clean semen off the couch after his sexual encounters, according to a new lawsuit filed in Manhattan federal court. Sandeep Rehal, who worked at The Weinstein Company for two years between 2013 and 2015, claims she felt demeaned and terrified while working for the disgraced film mogul.


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  44. Yoda says:

    From Horseman’s article this is

    What unsettles me about #MeToo is that the norm it broadly describes — a desolate moonscape of predatory men, vulnerable women suffering a litany of abuse and indignity — is so contrary to my experience.

    I don’t mean here that I am the lucky one who wasn’t physically assaulted, either. There are millions of women equally lucky. Most men don’t attack women, or flash their privates about or parade about the office naked, or masturbate as an opening gambit. . . .

    I had dinner last week with two women friends. One was for decades a secretary at a newspaper.

    She was brilliantly capable — she organized the predominantly male department and all of us in it — and hideously underpaid. She was the very sort of woman you would imagine male bosses preyed upon: She needed the job, she was cute as a bug, she was vulnerable.

    Yet, she said, no one had treated her badly or unfairly (except to pay her less than she was worth), and if that was perhaps because of the immense dignity with which she carries herself, it is also because she worked for and with good and decent men.

    The other woman is a producer in the traditionally male-dominated sports world, smart as a whip.

    She had gone through none of the ordeals #MeToo would have us believe are universal. My own experience, as a female sportswriter decades ago, when the number of women covering professional sports could be counted on one hand, was similar.

    We aren’t the freaks who escaped harassment. I suspect we’re the norm. And whatever percentage of the female population we are, we’d best start speaking up.


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  45. Farm Boy says:

    Race to/from bottom

    The University of Florida (UF) student senate allowed itself to be bullied into providing free menstrual products this week, after a small group of students hosted a “bleed-in,” staining their pants with fake blood.


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  46. Farm Boy says:

    Women’s march photos

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  47. earlthomas786 says:

    Garbage in, garbage out.

    Liked by 3 people

  48. earlthomas786 says:

    ‘Suppression is the necessary condition for deception. Women always want to feel like they’re being liberated from an oppressor.

    Don’t allow God’s Word to become that oppressor she secretly craves to be liberated from.

    Frame is everything.’


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  49. Farm Boy says:

    Like a victim of Stalin

    The fallout for actor James Franco following allegations of sexual misconduct has come swiftly. On top of his getting snubbed out of an Oscar nomination for a role in which he won the Golden Globe, Vanity Fair has announced it has digitally erased him from the magazine’s 2018 Hollywood issue.


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  50. Farm Boy says:

    In other words, Brussels intends to dictate to the UK what it can and can’t do during a transition that will take several years. During that period, British voters will have no say in new EU legislation, but they’ll have to obey them nonetheless.


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  51. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Cill and Moehau Man,
    I take the cans over to Ranger Rick’s house. His wife is very helpful. She understands that we don’t have thumbs and hates to see us frustrated over inaccessible food. It’s American Indians who have the local equivalent of Kauri clubs.

    Farm Boy,
    You would think that someone would have ordered dumpsters. Too much trouble to employ a little foresight. Women are kind of funny about trash. They don’t about it at all once they toss it. They have never been to the dump, and those that have hated the experience.

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  52. Farm Boy says:

    Apparently tingles trumps her child’s well-being

    A 45-year-old #MeToo supporting feminist mother dating an 18-year-old Afghan “refugee” refused to report the foreigner to police after he sexually molester her 12-year-old daughter because she was “afraid he would be sent back to Afghanistan.”


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  53. SFC Ton says:

    Tingles always trump the well being of children. Otherwise women wouldn’t walk out of marriages like it’s a part time job

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  54. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    She went back? This accusation just became three dollar bill phony. The Liberals should not have done this. The General Election is still several months off. Brown’s colleagues have lots of time to get even and they are just as vulnerable.


  55. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    Chateau Heartiste has been covering that story for a while. It doesn’t get any better. It is pretty awful when a woman put tingles ahead of her child’s safety. Mama Bears don’t do this.
    Maybe I am better off being a bear?


  56. Farm Boy says:

    Tingles always trump the well being of children.

    Women never seem to be called out on this


  57. https://www.ctvnews.ca/politics/patrick-brown-denies-sexual-misconduct-allegations-from-two-women-resigns-as-ontario-pc-leader-1.3774686

    The reason I kept working there was, I wanted to in some way and try and, despite the fact that this happened, I didn’t want to let this impede on what I saw then as a career opportunity.”
    During the second summer, her job included driving Brown to various events. It was during these drives that she alleges Brown made inappropriate comments to her including about a woman he had sexual relations with, and about wanting to find an older version of her to marry.
    “I felt at that point it was kind of part of the job,” she said.

    Unfortunately looks like Brown did make the pass.
    Brown at 40 has never been married.


  58. SFC Ton says:

    How many of these men getting snake bit on this me too bullshit are never married? One thing women, tradcon and feminist hate is single men


  59. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I smell manure. I think you do too. Even if he made a pass, telling a girl that you are interested should not be a major crime. She can say ‘”no”. Then, the boy asks another girl. That is how it is supposed to work. Feminists seem to have a problem with this. I wonder how they would like if they had to do all the asking and risk rejection?


  60. Farm Boy says:

    [Amusing this is]

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  61. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Faith Goldy tears into Kathleen Wynne in the wake of this scandal. While Brown may have a little dirt, Wynne is covered in it. I hope that for the sake of Ontario this election is uglier than our last Presidential election. The video runs eighteen minutes and is worth it.


  62. earlthomas786 says:

    ‘Women never seem to be called out on this’

    It’s a common theme that women never seem to get called out on their bad behavior especially in the promiscuity realm. It’s easier to shift blame onto the man. Sad, really.

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  63. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I think it was Mark Rudov who said “Thou shalt not criticize a woman” to be the eleventh commandment. It is eye popping to see the pretzeled logic used to end up blaming men for what women do.

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  64. Yoda says:

    A nothing-burger she is

    ERESA May was left red-faced after she gave her speech to a half-empty room in Davos as the crowds rushed out to see Donald Trump.


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  65. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yesterday on Rebel Media, Ezra Levant held up a menu from Davos. They are selling burgers for fifty five dollars Canadian. While he was making fun of Justin wasting taxpayer dollars, I think everyone is getting overcharged, even for a “nothing burger”.
    I feel a little sorry for Theresa May because it is not her, but Great Britain that has taken a hit on prestige.

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  66. Love says:

    My goodness, have women completed forgotten how to be ladies anymore? They’re making themselves even more of a victim because of menstruation. I’m saddened to see how crass and vulgar my gender is becoming. I suppose anything is possible now a days … apparently men have periods too. Who would have known?!

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  67. Love says:

    I visited Belgium for the first time last year. I was so disappointed by what I saw. Brussels, the financial capital of Europe, looked more like a 3rd world city of refugees. I wish I had met even one native. I wish I could have experienced Belgium’s culture. Other ethnicities were in abundance… Which is fine in that it’s a melting pot. Yet if I wanted to experience other ethnic cultures, I would have visited their original countries instead.

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  68. Cheque d'Out says:

    I prefer this route to fixing things

    Liked by 1 person

  69. SFC Ton says:

    Last time I was in London I felt like I had gotten off the plane in Dubai.

    Liked by 1 person

  70. Yoda says:

    Perhaps Captain Picard should give gifts not

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  71. Love says:

    Yes Ton, I thought the same thing about London. I’ve read that the population of white Brits has dropped by 40% there. They’re escaping to smaller towns outside the city. Though in my opinion, by them leaving, they’re making the problem worse.


  72. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    I thought the Metropolitan Fire Department dealt with UneXploded Bombs? I remember an old British movie starring Kirk Douglas with the title UXB. The internet was no help finding that movie.


  73. Farm Boy says:

    Consider the news this morning that James Franco was photographed by Annie Leibovitz for the latest issue of Vanity Fair, along with Oprah and Tom Hanks and a bunch of other Hollywood celebrities, but was photoshopped out of the group shot at the last minute. Over the past few weeks several women have accused Franco of sexual misconduct, so now he’s being erased from reality.


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  74. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    You are right. This is reminiscent of Josef Stalin. He did as much to someone he was photographed with.

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  75. Yoda says:

    Wonder if better than Marmite this is I do

    Pandamonium ensued on Thursday when a French supermarket chain announced that it was slashing the price of Nutella by 70 percent. A half-dozen Intermarch supermarkets were overrun with customers hustling to get their beloved nutty spread, with long lines forming outside stores and violence reported at several locations.


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  76. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    We have more pedestrian tastes but peanut butter is nutritionally dense too.


  77. Yoda says:

    Probably a real “bodice ripper” it would be

    Saddam Hussein wrote a romantic novel and you can buy it on Amazon ahead of Valentine’s Day. If you’re at a bit of a loss over what you should get your other half for Valentine’s Day, then we may have the solution.

    Read more: http://metro.co.uk/2018/01/24/saddam-hussein-write-romantic-novel-can-buy-amazon-7255936/

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  78. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Thought provoking stuff found by Johntheother. Runs nine minutes.

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  79. Cheque d'Out says:

    Danger UXB – http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0078593/

    Brian Ash (Anthony Andrews) is a young lieutenant who is assigned to a UXB unit in the early days of World War II. UXB (UneXploded Bomb) is the signal that an aerial bomb has not exploded. Ash’s job is to deactivate German bombs, some of which have fuses specifically designed to kill him. The series takes us through his maturation as an officer, a love story with Susan (Judy Geeson), and the stresses and strains of wartime on the civilians and military in England.

    Caught some of it at the time. Kind of a ‘Tour of Duty’ vibe to it from my very vague recollections – the young officer comes good.


  80. Cheque d'Out says:

    According to IMDB you might check for it on Netflix. Not over here though, sadly


  81. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    I know that I am not dreaming. It had to have been produced in the fifties and I am pretty sure there was a sweaty guy banging on a big gong. Could they have put it back in the can?
    Still, I remember Anthony Andrews in Ivanhoe and The Scarlet Pimpernel. This should be outstanding stuff.


  82. Farm Boy says:

    Does anybody know what “reproductive justice” is?

    Planned Parenthood has seeded more than 300 American college campuses with student groups to fight “abortion stigma” and to promote “reproductive justice.”


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  83. Cheque d'Out says:

    Attempting to do your taxes online? The UK experience

    Welcome to HMRC online.

    Please enter your login

    Now enter your Gateway ID

    Password please

    Now User ID

    Government ID please

    Enter a code we’ve texted your old number

    There’s a scroll in your garden. Find it.

    Latin name for fox

    Your name in Sanskrit

    176th digit of Pi

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  84. Cheque d'Out says:

    What’s a Rorschach test? I tried to Google it but all that came up were pictures of boobs and people being murdered.


    Liked by 3 people

  85. Cheque d'Out says:

    If you didn’t laugh at my last one

    Liked by 2 people

  86. Farm Boy says:

    With so many women still joining the #MeTo movement to report on their history of being sexually harassed, some are now saying “et tu Hillary” with reports that Clinton shielded a top male staffer from accusations of sexual harassment during her first ill-fated campaign for president in 2008.


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  87. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    Thanks for trying but I thin that was something produced on stage for TV in the US. What I remember seeing was most definitely film and produce in the UK. I think that I saw it on TV one rainy Saturday afternoon.

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  88. Farm Boy says:

    Hillary Clinton is sending a message of thanks to “activist bitches supporting bitches.” The former secretary of State and Democratic presidential nominee made the comments in a video posted to Twitter on Friday by Huffington Post commentator Alex Mohajer.
    “Hey everyone, I just wanted to say thanks,” Clinton says in the video. “Thanks for your feminism, for your activism, and all I can hope is you keep up the really important, good work.” Off-screen, someone can be heard saying, “activist bitches supporting bitches,” which Clinton then repeats, laughing.

    “And let me just say, this is directed to the activist bitches supporting bitches, so let’s go,” she says.

    A message “to all the activist bitches supporting bitches” by the inimitable @HillaryClinton. pic.twitter.com/fnUfsJnUN4

    — Alex Mohajer (@AlexMohajer) January 27, 2018


  89. Farm Boy says:

    The second reason is modern feminism — and leftist doctrine in general. Each has contributed to an unprecedented female ignorance — denial, actually — of male sexuality. And that is the result of a basic impulse of feminists and leftists: the denial of truths that make them uncomfortable.



  90. Cill says:

    fuzziewuzzie 4:51 pm

    Re equality of outcome:

    “Everyone is different. So if you apply the same rules to everyone, they will end up in different places. If you insist that everyone end up in the same place then you must have different rules for everybody because everybody is different.”

    Yup. Hence feminism’s different rules for straight white males.

    Onya Fuzz, for the link.

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  91. Cill says:

    I doubt that I will ever require constitutional law expertise. I’m not big enough. But if ever I did, I would hire that lawyer.

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  92. earlthomas786 says:


  93. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    That was brilliant stuff and out of nowhere.
    Those wacky feminists! They want their fried ice done to order.

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  94. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Just for fun.


  95. Cill says:

    You are excelling yourself this morning* Fuzzbo.

    *0836 hours here

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  96. Cill says:

    Yup again. IRL I’ve found conservatives are better looking than libs. Or to put it another way, conservatives are a damn sight less ugly than libs. Even in my little neck of the woods, I have predicted who will be which. Once when I turned the topic to politics and the ugliest bloke in the room started defending feminism I burst out laughing.

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  97. Farm Boy says:

    More women’s march pictures. I am thinking that there is not much present/future marriage material to be had in such venues.

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  98. Cill says:

    Proof is this face. Jacinda Adern, loopy lefty Prime Minister of NZ.

    And she’s pregnant FFS. Shows how hard up some blokes are.

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  99. Cill says:

    But she’s not as ugly as FB’s pics at 8:00 pm, I must admit. Strike a light, them floozies would fair shatter a mirror.

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  100. Cill says:

    FB’s pics at 8:00 pm. “I don’t regret my abortion”.

    Nor do I.

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  101. earlthomas786 says:

    ‘And she’s pregnant FFS. Shows how hard up some blokes are.’

    That overbite, though.

    I read her wiki…she has a ‘domestic partner’ Clarke Gayford.

    I guess ‘house bitch’ doesn’t sound as pleasing.

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  102. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Cill, I am among friends.


  103. molly says:

    I think Cill slept well last night. Look out y’all he’s up to mischief! He’s fulla shazzam!



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  104. earlthomas786 says:

    ‘More women’s march pictures. I am thinking that there is not much present/future marriage material to be had in such venues.’

    Well when wimminz idea of any male authority is to kill him…that doesn’t sound like something I’d want to sign up for since I’d be the authority in the marriage.

    The sad one is that little girl…it’s too bad her loony parents (or possibly ‘single mother, the father was unavailable for comment’ scenerio) who would rather emote than parent are putting her on a path to misery.

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  105. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    I think that you are right. Not too much marriage material there. Sadly, I think a lot of them already are. Hubby is at home, minding the kids.


  106. Cill says:

    “I guess ‘house bitch’ doesn’t sound as pleasing”

    Hmm. I might start that one up down under. Gayford the house bitch. Bwaha

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  107. Farm Boy says:

    James Bond is one of the most iconic and enduring examples of suave manhood that exists in cinema, however, people are re-watching the films and noticing a few uncomfortable truths when it comes to consent.

    This may sound like sacrilege to some fans, but a re-watching of the 26 movies will confirm this. YouTuber GuruKid whose videos err towards the comedic, compiled ‘inappropriate’ scenes from different James Bond movies.


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  108. earlthomas786 says:

    ‘The list of sins includes fanny-patting, stolen kisses, walking in his bathroom to find a naked woman in the tub and… and… and… Pussy Galore.’

    They’re getting offended by tv shows and movies. They can’t find enough real offense so they got to go into cinema fantasyland to find it.

    I got an idea for them…just don’t watch if it hurts their precious feelings. If seeing a man walk into HIS bathroom and the ‘victim’ woman with no agency or violtion of her own just happened to take her clothes off and be in HIS tub offends you…don’t watch what that director, writer, and producer created.

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  109. earlthomas786 says:

    Look at that rapist with all those scantly clad women who have no agency in the matter.

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  110. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    James Bond has always been at the limit. Since the early sixties, he has been the epitome of the Brady Rules, “Don’t be unattractive.”

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  111. SFC Ton says:

    So so. I get White flight, its how you slove things on the micro level.

    There is only one solution for the macro problems and we ain’t their yet


  112. SFC Ton says:

    The list of sins includes fanny-patting, stolen kisses….
    Shit! Those are pretty much my go to moves. Throw in a bend over darling and those are all my moves

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  113. molly says:

    Kindly uncle Cheques-may-d’out-to-molly,

    you have some very different men here like Ton and Earl and Cill and Choicy. Fuzzie and Farm Boy and you.. all very different.

    Earl is like a pioneer out “west” like the middle Oklahoma Kansas or Nebraska part. Went there with my parents when was little I did. H-u-u-u-ge country. Giantagantic! I wonder if BV is a man from a seaside city who chose to live in the middle part now? You are close to the sea. All GB and NZ are not far from the sea and great sailors. The poms invented navigation so easy to understand! They are brilliant.

    Enuff from me. I am nosey eh.
    (heh heh)

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  114. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    But our company has only one Rainbow Furby.
    Burrito, burrito. burrito.

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  115. Love says:

    In regards to England, I believe the problem was generated by the large number of countries they colonized. So naturally those colonized countries eventually migrated their people to the ‘motherland’.
    In regards to Belguim, my understanding is it has the lowest population growth rate. Therefore an economic constraint. Its very liberal immigration/refugee policy is in hopes of improving its economy and growth. Not sure if that has achieved its goals given all the problems its facing with terrorism.

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  116. molly says:

    Thankya sir. (Me being like a polite American. It pays to be polite when he carries a gun eh).

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  117. Farm Boy says:

    My own Title IX investigation was also largely based on words. In 2016, I was brought up on charges that included, most memorably, telling a few colleagues that I’d proposed to my now ex-wife at a strip club. The complaint also cited various instances of “potty mouth” and bawdy conversation.

    All of this occurred almost 20 years ago, during off-campus outings for pizza and beer with several of my fellow junior colleagues. We were all swapping off-color stories. No one seemed offended at the time or later told me that they were offended.


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  118. Farm Boy says:

    Peterson, to the delight of millions of people who watched the video (it is nearing 4 million views, 150 thousand likes to 3-some thousand dislikes) was the well prepared and skilled matador with Newman, gently, politely reminding her that sex is not the only thing to consider when there are male-female differences. Peterson took Newman’s arguments in mid-flight and decimated her attack, didn’t miss opportunities to point out her interrogatory misconduct. It was a rout, highlighting his rhetorical skills, command of the social sciences research literature, good sense, and overarching good humor. There was a particularly good segment where Peterson reminded Newman that her accusations and assertions were based on an incorrect and nonscientific univariate (one cause) analysis blaming sex, when good social science research requires a multivariate (multiple causes) analysis. He followed up with examples of many alternative causes for inequalities – simple things like choice, preferences, conflicts of personal and social responsibilities, female fertility time frames, emotional constitution, physical energy realities, required time commitments, and domestic and family priorities – and he pointed out that the variates list was incomplete. Game, set, match, Peterson


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  119. Cheque d'Out says:

    You can over do world events

    Doesn’t pay to go off half cocked

    Liked by 1 person

  120. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    I wonder if the Peterson/Newman interview will be a watershed moment? Four million views and counting?

    Liked by 1 person

  121. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    MOAR ELO!!!

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  122. Why don’t aloha snack-bars attack wimmenz marches? They seem like perfect setups. Are they considered to be allies?


  123. Cheque d'Out says:

    So, will they find this insulting and yet use this like it’s just their due from the oppressive patriarchy?

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  124. SFC Ton says:

    Molly, one of the hardest thing to convey to folks is how big america is. It’s also difficult to understand how that effects life and how we do things


  125. SFC Ton says:

    Why don’t aloha snack-bars attack wimmenz marches? They seem like perfect setups. Are they considered to be allies?

    More like useful idiots but the ala snack bars are another tribes useful idiots too

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  126. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    From the same people who brought you men being cited for chatting up women.


  127. Cheque d'Out says:

    Still good

    [Very good it would be]

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  128. Cheque d'Out says:

    I suspect that there are some that might find this…somewhat annoying…

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  129. Cheque d'Out says:

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  130. earlthomas786 says:

    ‘Why don’t aloha snack-bars attack wimmenz marches?’

    Even THEY have standards.


  131. Farm Boy says:

    The girls, apparently, were tired of being seen as “princesses” so decided to create “feminist” signs about “anti-feminist” princesses. Never mind that these girls probably secretly love these princesses and wish they could be just like them. But shh, don’t tell.


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  132. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Leslie Nielsen and Priscilla Presley were wonderful together.

    Liked by 1 person

  133. earlthomas786 says:

    ‘ Never mind that these girls probably secretly love these princesses and wish they could be just like them. But shh, don’t tell.’

    They’re looking for their Prince Domestic Partner

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