SOTU — The Tinglators

This the the first in a series of State Of The Unions (SOTU) posts related to the antecedents of marriage.   Today, we consider the men who create tingles, the Tinglators.

Modern semi-feral woman when it comes to the opposite sex are often driven most by tingles.  Tingles come from many sources, and are essentially caused by a weighted sum of the following,

I. Handsome Appearance

II. Height

III Muscles

IV. Financial/Institutional Power

V.  Apparent threat to do violence

VI. Confidence

VII. The way he beats down (physically/metaphorically/verbally) other men/women

VIII. The ability to hold a strong frame

IV.  Physical risk taking

A wide range of men can create tingles, from drug dealer thugs to captains of industry.  In present times, young women don’t listen to the advice of their elders and as such, are easily fooled by men who generated tingles, but are really not good long term bets (financially and otherwise).  Examples include thugs, drug dealers, petty criminals, players, etc.   It is really not so difficult to become one these types of men.

Hypergamy is added to the mix.  In today’s semi-feral world, this means that women really, really want badly the men who make them tingle.  This impacts the market greatly.  The men who have what it takes to make women tingle realize their position and can readily exploit it.  Since most women eventually want to get married (even if they deny it), they chase incessantly the men who generate tingles.  These men have no compelling reason to get married if they view women’s prime utility as sex.

Short answer — There are many consumers who are in pursuit of a limit supply of product.  However, the product is not what they believe that it is, with them foolishly trying to forever close the deal.  Perhaps a few close the deal, sometimes it works out in the long run, but often it does not. For their own benefit, women should be better educated consumers.



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106 comments on “SOTU — The Tinglators
  1. earlthomas786 says:

    ‘ For their own benefit, women should be better educated consumers.’

    That might mean they’d have to listen to…*gasp*…a man. Someone like God’s Word, her father or her brothers.

    If she just listens to her vagina…she often ends up in the same place as a guy who only listens to his dick.

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  2. Very true, many women are not choosing well or wisely.

    Today I was talking to a couple about to celebrate their 55th wedding anniversary with a six week trip. They were one of those couples who still obviously enjoy each other’s company. Both retired school teachers, healthy, look years younger than they are, have had many fun trips and adventures. Talk fondly of their children and grandchildren. It was refreshing — a life well lived. Seems so much better than today’s model.

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  3. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    To draw a parallel, it is like all the cars are being given away at the Chevrolet dealership to women and they all want Corvettes. It will not end well. The guys with pickup tucks will get tired of doing them favors.


  4. earlthomas786 says:

    Sure Corvettes are attractive, flashy and fast…but they’ll leave you stranded in ditch during a snow storm or if they get you pregnant.

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  5. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    They guzzle gas and they don’t carry many groceries.
    The parallels just keep coming.

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  6. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    It occurs to me that, with respect to men, women have gotten pig greedy in their demands. This reminded me of Karen Straughan saying to Bettina Arndt in a recent video that men take a huge sexual marker value hit when they get married. Even their own wives see them diminished.


  7. SFC Ton says:

    For their own benefit, women should be better educated consumers.

    That is pure feminims right there. Women shouldn’t be consumers. They should be property. Anything short of that is going to cause problems

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  8. Farm Boy says:

    The body panels are plastic

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  9. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    That was good!
    Big on the outside, little on the inside.
    Low to the ground, making for frequent muffler replacement.

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  10. Sigma Frame says:

    I have a little theory I’d like to introduce here. Let’s see what you guys think.

    I’ve often wondered about the nature and the appeal of fourth wave ‘intersectional’ feminism. At first glance, the ‘intersectional’ aspect doesn’t seem to be related to the feminists time-honored interests in ‘equality’. But let’s consider it from a Tingles perspective.

    Intersectionality basically divides people into categories of varying ‘oppression’. Oppression is defined as having any number of disadvantages in society, such as being gay, black, poor, handicapped, etc. … basically any minority group. A person who identifies with more than one of these disadvantages is called ‘intersectional’. People who have more intersections are deemed more oppressed. Those people who are more oppressed are then deemed to be higher up the implied ‘virtue’ hierarchy.

    From a man’s viewpoint, there’s nothing inherently virtuous about being an underdog, but virtue (and respect) is earned based on what each person does with themselves within their circumstances. But from a woman’s viewpoint, the implied vulnerability of being oppressed tends to invite the maternalistic instincts of compassion. You know how girls and women are so attracted to ‘cuteness’? It’s a manifestation of the mothering instinct. Well, if this compassion for vulnerability (or cuteness) is superposed with the Tingles, then I imagine it would be like Tingles on steroids. This is an embodiment of the Oedipus complex, in which women combine their mothering urges with their sexual drives.

    One problem with my theory is that we would need to identify women getting the tingles for intersectionally oppressed individuals, and becoming sexually involved with the same. The strength of the theory depends on how frequently this actually happens in society. For example, we already know women are attracted to black men and gay men. But is this because of their compassion for them being ‘oppressed’?

    So the possible conclusion could be that fourth wave feminism is a development of a society-wide Oedipus complex among women. Now think of the sons of these ’empowered’ single-mothers! If this theory applies, this does not bode well for future generations…

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  11. Farm Boy says:

    Yes, she should

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  12. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Aw, Cathy. Make us all sandwiches, please. I’ll take peanut butter and honey, heavy on the honey.

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  13. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Sigma Frame,
    I don’t think that feminists believe their own bullshit. How they expect anyone else to believe is a demonstration of their contempt. That would do irreparable damage to your theory. That goes a long way to explaining why it is so difficult to argue with them.


  14. Sigma Frame says:

    Fuzzie, yes there’s a lot of BS, and I’m trying to see through that. I believe the rationalization about ‘oppression’ is similar to the rationalization about ‘equality’. We know ‘equality’ really means upsetting the balance of power to put women in control. So what does ‘oppression’ really mean? Is it only about disempowering white men? Or is there something else involved?

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  15. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Sigma Frame,
    If they are making arguments that they do not believe in themselves, it is all deception. Why should honest people engage them? Why make an attempt to interpret their message? I get the feeling that ordinary women are becoming more reluctant to go where feminism is taking them.

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  16. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    As to tingles, I am beginning to conclude that women are responding to what the culture is telling them to respond to. They may be that divorced from their true nature. How else can it be explained that women go for men that are obviously bad for them?


  17. Sigma Frame says:

    Fuzzy, I feel you are missing the point of my first comment. The focus was not about the deceptive narrative. It was about whether underprivileged individuals could generate tingles, which falls in line with the OP.

    Chequed, very few people are capable of engaging in a solid, rational debate anymore. This interview with Peterson is the most engaging debate I’ve seen in ages. Despite Newman’s shortcomings in the engagement, I think her viewpoint was very telling of the current trendy views.

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  18. Cheque d'Out says:


    We shall see, maybe

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  19. Cheque d'Out says:

    “I think her viewpoint was very telling of the current trendy views.”

    Oh absolutely it was. She’s a fembot leftimong and has been for years. That whole national primetime news show is packed with them.

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  20. SFC Ton says:

    The point shouldn’t be to understand feminism and intersectional what the fucks because on the ground level debates don’t achieve a damn thing. If words worked the cucksersvtives would have conserved some shit.

    People respond to emotions, signs of strength and fear. Full stop. Every other tatic is horseshit and a waste of time. The other side wins because our side doesn’t shut them the fuck up or inspire White men with messages of their superiority and greatness

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  21. mgtowhorseman says:


    Putting logic where none exists.

    Tingles = (throaty voice) man mmm good!

    Feminism theory = (shreiking harpy) man fucking asshole bad!

    The underlying dichotemy

    The entire movement is bullshit. What women say.
    Slutting around. What women do.

    Tons right.
    Fuck understanding it.
    Just take control of it.

    Oh and used to be all men understood virtue and respect…
    Came from Doing something worthy of it.
    “Wow man, you really did that!…and with only flesh wounds!”


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  22. Cheque d'Out says:

    A modest theory about the mong who confronted The Moggster at UWE (Bristol Poly)

    Eraser of Love • a minute ago
    I have it on very good authority, i.e the windmills of my mind after 9 pints of red mahou lager, that Josh Conner seeks his sexual sport by greasing his atrophied banjo string with chicken skin marinated in a pestle and mortar mix of 2 parts Bouquet Garni to one part Tarragon.

    the puny leftist cunt then lies naked but for a bespoke fitted momentum approved One and One quarter inch bevelled brushed stainless steel cuckold chastity cage with sensorial inihibtors, upon the bed whistling for his 2 half starved German Shepherds .

    Moreover, he reaches sexual nirvana and his shuntering orgasm, not through the frenzied bestial lapping of his mongrel 2 inch chode, as one would imagine, but through the conduit of anticipation and the sound of his tormented malnourished beasts barking and howling in frustration as they tear along the polished wooden floor of his Grace and favour bijou apartment courtesy of daddy, with their claws desperately trying to gain purchase on the gleaming surface as they try to turn the corner to his mouldering bedroom.


  23. Cheque d'Out says:

    “The point shouldn’t be to understand feminism and intersectional what the fucks because on the ground level debates don’t achieve a damn thing.”

    Absolutely. They know that they’re talking guff or they’re insane. Either way, to engage on their terms is to engage in crazy and they have home ground advantage

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  24. mgtowhorseman says:

    Similar re the nypost article

    The blowback will be men quietly, everyday taking control, because they have to.
    Mgtow, disengaging, death of chivalry, pence rule, public ignoring, chaperones for men.

    You’re a feminist? There’s the door. And leave it open. No I’m not talking, helping, etc. you.

    Feminism wants a political confrontation because they scream well.
    (The era of soldiers in huge groups marching to each other…redcoats)

    Individual men will just deal with the individual women as they encounter them
    (The colonists picking redcoats off behind cover)

    A good sniper can hold a platoon for ages.

    Most men don’t want a fight.
    But eventually most men, if only out of self preservation, will fight.
    And then he doesn’t fight for the cause, he fights to destroy what threatens him.

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  25. Cheque d'Out says:

    The Mong in question (UWE) with his girlfriend (rumour – who was the one who claimed to have been punched while her boyfriend took cover behind her)

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  26. mgtowhorseman says:

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  27. mgtowhorseman says:

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  28. mgtowhorseman says:

    Feminist forget.

    When men engage (work, sports, war) we play to win. Period.

    Snipers. Arty. CAS.
    From the high ground, thru maneuver, with overwhelming force.

    And good men sexually identify as an attack helicopter


  29. Farm Boy says:

    The complaint alleges that Google’s affirmative action programs went beyond merely setting targets and conducting outreach events restricted to certain demographics. At a “Diversity Team Kickoff” event, a director announced plans “to freeze headcount so that teams could find diversity candidates to help fill the empty roles,” with “diversity candidates” being defined to mean “women and non-Caucasian individuals” (Complaint 46). In other words, Google saw fit to stop hiring white men at all for certain teams until the desired numbers of favored groups were met. Not only did Google practice this discrimination itself, but it also attempted to use its power in the industry to coerce other companies into doing the same, with one manager instructing his employees as follows:

    Next time you get invited to speak at a conference, especially if you’re a white male – ask the organizer to confirm you’re the only white male on the panel / in the speaker lineup. If not, say you are honored, but must decline, and give the reason. And because you are at Google, guess what – they’re going to change the panel for you. You’ll feel bad about inconveniencing them. But not that bad. When the cheesy white male executive is in the “green room” and glaring at you because he was bounced for the panel in favor of a woman on his team, you’ll feel pretty damn smug. Or you won’t: you’ll feel bad that you might have put her in a tough spot, and you’ll go above and beyond to make good with the schmucky senior dude (Complaint 42).

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  30. Farm Boy says:

    The Department of Veteran Affairs shot down a request to make its motto gender-neutral, according to a Friday report.

    The Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America demanded the department changed what it called an outdated and sexist motto, reported Stars and Stripes. The VA’s nearly 60-year motto is “to care for him who shall have borne the battle and for his widow, and his orphan,” an excerpt from former President Abraham Lincoln’s second inaugural address.

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  31. Farm Boy says:

    “We persist. We persist and we march! We march in pink pussy hats,” she said while waving her arms around.

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  32. Oh, the horror. The horror.

    Former classmates also confirmed that the underachiever is apparently resigned to going to his little small-time, stable, extremely fulfilling job in town each day and has zero ambitions to leave his position and pursue a more prestigious and soul-crushing career path in a real city.

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  33. Farm Boy says:

    I wonder if they are ever “not mad”

    Saturday night during a speech at the Human Rights Campaign, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) said President Donald Trump and the Republican Party’s “arrogance and bigotry” towards the LGBTQ community would provoke fury.

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  34. earlthomas786 says:

    Here’s the only thing worth understanding about feminism…

    It’s women trying to control men and men letting them.

    For reference go back to Genesis.

    Nothing has changed.

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  35. earlthomas786 says:

    ‘Most men don’t want a fight.
    But eventually most men, if only out of self preservation, will fight.
    And then he doesn’t fight for the cause, he fights to destroy what threatens him.’

    Agreed…most men don’t want to fight women. But women won’t stop their fighting against men so eventually they’ll get a fight. And they’ll lose because they weren’t made to fight men…they were made to help them.

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  36. earlthomas786 says:

    LOLZ…I do like the subtle dig at career women in that onion article.

    ‘Moreover, several cousins who rely on medication to treat anxiety related to their perceived social status and relative wealth compared to childhood friends confirmed to reporters that Husmer is unlikely to change at this point, and may in fact remain a good-natured and highly fulfilled layabout for the rest of his life.

    “I’m just glad I got out of there and didn’t end up like Mike,” said Husmer’s cousin Amary Martin, 33, an attorney at a large law firm who hasn’t seen Husmer, her closest childhood playmate, for nearly six years. “The last thing I’d ever want is to have a loving family nearby, feel a sense of pleasure when reflecting on my life, and be the big failure that everyone runs into when they visit home once a year for the holidays.”

    “Just look at that loser with his contented grin and positive outlook day in and day out,” she added. “The poor guy doesn’t even know how bad he has it.”

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  37. Farm Boy says:

    And of course the more the Democrats and the media (but I repeat myself) lie about all this, the more we learn to distrust them, the more we turn away from them and turn our eyes to the facts of life. And, as Margaret Thatcher said, “the facts of life are conservative.”


  38. earlthomas786 says:

    ‘Right now, we’re living in a time where people think that it’s ok to do whatever they feel like doing. People seem to treat relationships as if they are meant to provide the grown-ups with satisfaction, and the needs of the children are often neglected. Any kind of warning or appeal to evidence is dismissed by those who want to bend and break the rules.

    Well, when you take a look at the studies, you actually find that there are rules about how to go about relationships in order to achieve results. It seems to me that children’s needs ought to be an important consideration when making relationship decisions. Men shouldn’t have babies with bad mothers, and women shouldn’t have babies with bad fathers. It ought to be an important criterion for choosing a mate and conducting a relationship: are we making decisions protecting children and giving them what they need?

    It’s not the mean people making moral judgments that causes fatherless kids to have higher anxiety or be more violent or get pregnant earlier or abuse drugs. It’s the fatherlessness. The only hope that children have to avoid the consequences of bad decisions by parents is for the moral people to set boundaries and teach moral wisdom with evidence.’

    ‘Study: raising children without a father causes harm to the children’

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  39. mgtowhorseman says:

    Yeah but its worth second look


  40. SFC Ton says:

    Took me awhile to find the link….With proper respect to Sigma, you are flat out wrong. We lost the cultural war because our side wanted to understand and debate vs win.

    This is how you deal with dipshits

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  41. Farm Boy says:

    Newman’s view—and the general attitude towards Peterson—demonstrates what psychologist Steven Pinker wrote about in The Blank Slate fifteen years ago, where he argued that any suggestion that biology plays a role in human social behaviour is often met with derision and hostility, despite the abundant evidence that biology and culture each play a role. As Pinker wrote in the introduction:

    My goal in this book is not to argue that genes are everything and culture is nothing—no one believes that—but to explore why the extreme position (that culture is everything) is so often seen as moderate, and the moderate position is seen as extreme.

    Peterson is considered ‘controversial’ because he suggests that human social behaviour, including career choices, are determined by a combination of biology and culture, and that the biological differences between men and women influence their choices. The view he’s opposing, which Newman appeared to hold, is that human social behaviour is determined entirely by culture, and that any differences in outcomes between men and women are due to culturally-imposed barriers.

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  42. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Sigma Frame,
    I don’t think that our philosophical opponents respond to reason. Had they, we would have made some progress.

    This whole subject has me down. Men can’t influence tingles and what sets them off seems to be antisocial behavior. It’s past time for men who would be husbands and fathers to accept that they are not wanted.


  43. earlthomas786 says:

    ‘It’s past time for men who would be husbands and fathers to accept that they are not wanted.’

    Oh they’re wanted…otherwise daddy issues and ‘where have all the good men gone’ wouldn’t be lamented when Ms. Princess Carousel Rider hits the wailing and gnashing teeth part of life (aka she’s down to three eggs).

    Women who are making stupid decisions to rebel against the patriarchy…they soon find they are the ones not wanted.


  44. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Earl, not even then. Consider the fifty percent divorce rate.


  45. earlthomas786 says:

    ‘Men can’t influence tingles and what sets them off seems to be antisocial behavior.’

    That’s not really men influencing it…it’s their desire to control men. Those antisocial men you see…do they appear like they are the strong silent type…or are they weak and break easily? Some women are just predators looking for weak prey. They got quite the selecton too.

    The only difference between a cad and a simp is a cad still has some fight left in him to induce her tingles…the simp has all but given control to her.


  46. earlthomas786 says:

    ‘Earl, not even then. Consider the fifty percent divorce rate.’

    What about it…they can’t keep divorcing and think another man is coming. Eventually they’ll end up alone.


  47. earlthomas786 says:

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  48. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    It doesn’t matter. Men have made every concession possible and it is never enough. Feminism has let the genie out of the bottle that is true female nature. It is incompatible with society.

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  49. Farm Boy says:

    Dr. Neil McArthur, an associate professor at the University of Manitoba, has claimed we “must be prepared” for the rise of “digisexuals” who use technology as their primary sexual outlet.

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  50. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    It would not have been necessary had women not gotten picky. Still, it is a little reminiscent of the Tower of Babel.


  51. Ame says:

    aaand … the theme of the commercials of this superbowl? how much can we feminize men. blech.


  52. Yoda says:

    Perhaps examples give you could


  53. Ame says:

    will have to wait till they’re posted online.


  54. Ame says:

    here’s one i thought was a bit weird:


  55. Yoda says:

    Lots of feel good fluff in commercials there are.


  56. SFC Ton says:

    Women have always been picky so I don’t think that’s the primary issue. It’s technology / civil society making direct interaction with men obsolete in their lives that’s the issue. I can’t prove it but I think a lot of men’s dating woes would still be around if you removed 80% of feminism and left 100% our current level of technology.

    Again no way to quantify that but that’s the impression I get from watching women in the wild. Steady Eddie isn’t sexy, technology and modern civilization has removed the need for Steady Eddie. They’d rather move in and out of some alphas rotation then spread their legs for Steady Eddie. By the time women age out of that want want a companion to stave off being lonely Steady Eddie aged out of wanting them in return

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  57. Ame says:

    “Nice pants.”



  58. Yoda says:

    Most of them are funny not


  59. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    It is pretty bold to run men bashing commericials in the Superbowl. It is not as if men aren’t watching. I wonder how many Audis didn’t sell? this is from last year.


  60. Yoda says:

    Facebook temporarily locked Dr. Jordan B. Peterson out of his account, according to a Sunday announcement by the University of Toronto professor.

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  61. JDG says:

    Farm Boy says:
    4 February, 2018 at 3:39 am

    LOL … totally made my night.

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  62. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I scrolled back up to find Farm Boy’s comment. It was all about sandwiches. Good to know that you are still in fine fettle.

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  63. Sigma Frame says:

    No, I am not attempting to engage the feminist rhetoric in a logical debate. As Fuzzie pointed out, that would be a vain endeavor, and I agree. On the other hand, I don’t think it is wise to totally ignore their machinations either. ‘Know thy enemy’ etc. I also believe that setting boundaries are beneficial, but don’t think the thug approach (if Ton is serious) would be beneficial for our cause in the long run. That would only fuel their projected image of us further down the line.

    I am disappointed that no one has caught on to my main question, which is, “Do women get the tingles from minorities/underprivileged?” This question pertains to the nature of all women in general, and does not buy into the feminist rhetoric whatsoever, although it would contribute towards our understanding of 4WF.

    I am thinking I should write a post to explain my thoughts in more detail. Thanks guys.

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  64. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Sigma Frame,
    In direct response to your question, I don’t know, but I can say that I haven’t observed it. At this point, I don’t want to contemplate it. I am mad at tingles and am becoming fond of peace and quiet.


  65. SFC Ton says:

    Much more direct question. You are a smart fella Sigma but use about 10k to many words for me to fully track what you are saying.

    Women are breed to leave their birth family/ kin and be given to another tribe. They prefer the out group to their own kind. So yes they do tingle over destroying their blood line. That tribe of people Spawny would rather me not mention has ruthlessly exploited that flaw in women. Well all flaws in them but that ain’t on point .

    I think helping the underdog deal makes women feel warm and fuzzy, almost maternal like. Not sure they tingle per say but its all about the feelz or tingles with gashes.

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  66. SFC Ton says:

    Never been a big fan of these things but this is just bullshit

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  67. Cheque d'Out says:

    I like this too much

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  68. Cill says:

    Sigma frame

    I have observed it.


  69. Farm Boy says:

    Here’s a stunning piece in The Weekly Standard by Katharine Kersten, explaining how Social Justice Warriors took over the public school system in Edina, Minn., and are destroying it.

    For decades, the public schools of Edina, Minnesota, were the gold standard among the state’s school districts. Edina is an upscale suburb of Minneapolis, but virtually overnight, its reputation has changed. Academic rigor is unraveling, high school reading and math test scores are sliding, and students increasingly fear bullying and persecution.

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  70. Farm Boy says:

    Professor Nicholas Wolfinger recently argued that while Title IX may have an appropriate place on campus, he believes the system was compromised by the Obama administration’s 2011 Dear Colleague Letter.

    As a result, Wolfinger believes that an overhaul of the system is needed so that “rape and potty mouth aren’t handled under the same rubric.”

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  71. Farm Boy says:

    Traditionally, Super Bowl ads are entertaining and/or heartwarming, and the day after the big game usually finds Americans standing around the water cooler discussing their favorites. This year? Not so much, While a few ads were smart and laugh-out-loud funny, the predominant theme seemed to be “sanctimonious” with a side order of guilt — everything from racial reconciliation to children with cancer to using an MLK speech to sell trucks. The worst had to be the Hyundai ad, where Super Bowl attendees were dragged into a room as they were entering the stadium, only to be shown a video about pediatric cancer


  72. Farm Boy says:

    A libertarian put it point-blank: “There is a concerted purge of conservative employees at Apple.” Another libertarian recalled, “A friend at a tech company was nearly terminated when his manager found out he was a Republican delegate. His manager lied to VPs about his performance to try to get him fired while telling him that he was performing well.”

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  73. Farm Boy says:

    T-Mobile ran an ad during the Super Bowl Sunday night which featured the voice of actress Kerry Washington advocating for equal pay while the camera panned over babies of various ethnicities.

    The ad, titled “#LittleOnes,” begins by showing footage of babies of different races smiling on a bed while soothing music plays in the background. “Welcome to the world little ones,” Washington says. “It’s a lot to take in, but you come with open minds and the instinct that we are equal.


  74. Farm Boy says:

    Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau corrected a young feminist women for using the term “mankind” at a town hall in Nanaimo, British Columbia last Friday.

    “It’s peoplekind, not mankind,” Trudeau insisted.

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  75. Farm Boy says:

    A woman in a vagina costume introduced the game of grotesque charades, which they called “S**tty Law Charades.” It was in performing one of the grotesque abortion skits that Silverman made her quip about how a certain pro-life law aroused her appetite for mutilated baby parts. The conscience clause law she took issue with bans aborted fetuses from being used in manufactured food products (see Pepsi).

    “If anything has ever made me want to eat an aborted fetus, it’s this law,” said Silverman.

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  76. Yoda says:

    Vagina costumes always funny they would be


  77. Stephanie says:

    LOL those Peterson memes!!!!! I forgot I had read this thread until I saw those … lol!

    “This reminded me of Karen Straughan saying to Bettina Arndt in a recent video that men take a huge sexual marker value hit when they get married. Even their own wives see them diminished.”

    Fuzzie, that surprises me! I thought men’s value automatically goes up when they’d “taken?” At least in other women’s eyes, the man’s value goes up if he has someone (I thought).

    It’s weird how women go after taken men (and again, I always thought it was the higher value thing, but maybe not).

    Just last night my husband came home and told me about this lady who always wears extremely revealing tops (LOL!!!) and he has to see her at times and turn in his reports. And she like… BENDS OVER lol and seems to TRY to get him to be interested in her boobs!!!!

    I just laughed… women are crazy though!

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  78. Stephanie says:

    “when they’d “taken?”

    lol… wow.

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  79. Stephanie says:

    Maybe he should join the “MeToo” thing… I think she was sexually harassing him 😛

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  80. Yoda says:

    I think she was sexually harassing him

    Harassing him she was not.
    The boobs responsibility it was.

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  81. For the interested, “The Hawker Hurricane” is a decent documentary available on Amazon Prime. Runs 58 minutes.

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  82. […] Kentucky Headhunter on SOTU — The Tinglators […]


  83. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I would like to see it: “Queen corrects Canadian PM. It is ‘mankind’ not ‘peoplekind.'”
    Maybe bears are too hopeful.


  84. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    You make a good point. Pre-selection is powerful. I think what Bettina Arndt was referring to is the treatment in the media of making a father look like a doofus and the horrible treatment men get in family court. They are reduced to slaves to serve their domestic goddesses.


  85. Stephanie says:

    lol Farm Boy but just imagine if it was turned around! Women like that are like this:

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  86. Stephanie says:

    LOL I’m dying!!!!!!!!!!!

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  87. Stephanie says:

    Awww cats!!!!


  88. Sigma Frame says:

    Cill, could you describe what you have seen in more detail? Thanks!


  89. […] yet they never seem to learn.  Perhaps it is just too much fun trying to catch the current tinglator.  Other approaches just don’t seem to have the same of amount of near-term payoff.  I […]


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