SOTU — There Are No Good Men Left, They Are All Taken

This is the fifth of the State Of The Unions (SOTU) series.

In mainstream women’s magazines/websites one hears this lament regularly.  Notice that you don’t hear men suggesting the same thing with respect to women in mainstream magazines/websites; even though there are a vast quantity of them who possess that sentiment.  Perhaps men are more accepting of the situation and get on with their lives.

As for the “men taken” part; probably lots of women in looking at other women’s husbands over-estimate the “goodness” of the fella.  There is the pre-selection effect combined with couples trying to put their best foot forward (at least until she decides not to).  So, the taken men are not as good as they think.

The untaken men are probably better than they think; at least when considered with an objective measure (like say, Mr. Spock’s).  For women, it all starts young, being filled with propaganda about how awesome they are; therefore being entitled to the best.  From this comes the 421 point checklist.  Fellas can’t fill the list, and many don’t even try such a futile endeavor.

In times past, marriage was about financial security and raising a family.  There are only a few basic points here that belong on the checklist.  Amazingly enough, there are many fellas out there that could fulfill such a list.  Somehow these fellas are invisible.

As for these women, there should not be much sympathy.


Posted in Dating????, FarmBoy, Feminism, Lies, Marriage, Trainwreck
186 comments on “SOTU — There Are No Good Men Left, They Are All Taken
  1. earl says:

    ‘Perhaps men are more accepting of the situation and get on with their lives.’

    Or perhaps marriage and having kids isn’t tops on our list like it is for women (spare me the wanting the degree/career/empowered life full of cats nonsense). Something about men and women thinking differently.

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  2. earl says:

    The Prozac Made Me Do It

    ‘Blaming the drugs is not only misplaced, it distracts from the central causes of rebellious youth. Namely, fatherlessness, a disgustingly corrupt culture, his-fault frivorce destroying fathers, hatred of men, a economy dying under the weight of parasites and women choosing to raise kids without a father. Put the blame where it belongs, upon women and the men who white-knight for them.’

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  3. mgtowhorseman says:

    They are right. There truly are no good men left.

    Most of these articles are by women 35+.

    Any good man 35+ has

    Already been snapped up and is married or LTR

    Many single good men have been thru divorce and so will never enter a LTR again

    Any man not married and not divorced is confirmed bachelor, not a mgtow, but happy with STR and ghosts as soon as commitment is mentioned.

    Rest are either pump and dump PUA or women avoiding mgtow.

    Did I miss anyone.


    Women. Any woman! Please!

    Explain a situation where a fit, employed, upstanding, non workaholic, still interested in women, semi masculine, semi nice guy is NOT either taken, jaded or divorced??

    Please Explain it to me?

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  4. mgtowhorseman says:

    And lets say you magically find this male namalt unicorn.

    How are You going to stand out from the 576,342,957,234,198 other women who want him??

    Why yes. Yes I am an ASSHOLE.

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  5. mgtowhorseman says:

    Cause you have to do more than show up.

    Its like I take my perfectly restored 1972 Ford to the car shows.

    Mag wheels, chromed out engine, Herst shifter, hand done pinstripping, boss flames, dually exhausts, 20,000 original miles.

    I can leave it running, keys in, while I go get a beer, the folks love it so much, always right where I left it, immaculate, like its untouched.

    Did I mention its a 72 Pinto?

    Funny, her sister the 71 Vega has the same effect.

    Maybe the bigger gals work better. I saw a sweet Pacer in the trades!!


  6. mgtowhorseman says:

    Maybe something exotic….like a Gremlin!!


  7. mgtowhorseman says:

    (Ton just puked in his mouth a little)


  8. earl says:

    ‘Most of these articles are by women 35+.’

    And that’s why the answer to these women as far as ‘where have all the good men gone?’

    They’re back in your 20s where you left them.

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  9. mgtowhorseman says:

    Notice its all small scale organic or cash crop. Not large scale grains, cattle, dairy, poultry, pigs.

    You know the stuff that feeds us substantially.
    Wonder why

    Oh yeah
    Cause they require driving big machinery, or automation as Ton says, or long hours, or hard work.

    And having a business plan and risk taking to get a bank to lend you a million or two to start up and risk it all on mother nature.

    And live…you know…in the country…an hour from starbucks and the mall.

    (Apologies to Bloom….I still want a dna test, that girl is way too hard working and common sense to be a chick.)


  10. mgtowhorseman says:

    Just ’cause I found it (this was a kids show)

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  11. Farm Boy says:

    Earlier this week, some graffiti was spotted on campus that sought to couterpose intersectionality and the sciences, equating the latter with white supremacy. Facilities staff have completed the chore of cleaning up the graffiti.


  12. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    There are plenty of good men out there. Its just that the 476 point checklist is used as a means to shoot down candidates. No man is going to meet those requirements, so it is a forgone conclusion. Odd, that women would rather poach some other woman’s husband and scream when as much is done to them.


  13. Cill says:

    Fuzzy me old mate, correct but no points. It’s a checklist of 421 according to Yoda and he got it from the Force.

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  14. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Still, that is pretty lengthy. Some girls like to add to their internet dating profiles. Then, again, some don’t bother. They just do not respond to initial messages.
    The boys have tried. We have been willing to go far beyond meeting the girls halfway.


  15. Cill says:

    Fuzzy I think the conclusion you can draw from this is, it’s over. No fault of yours. It’s the present and the future. I wish you well Fuzzy. You’re a good bloke. Go well mate.

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  16. Cill says:

    But meanwhile stay around these portals, contribute as you do.

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  17. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I wonder if the girls did get a thrill from wrecking the sexual marketplace?
    I don’t think they will be too thrilled once they realize they wrecked it.


  18. Cill says:

    Looking into the future, humans are being replaced by machines. The way to control the remaining human population is through group think, and man’s inbuilt generosity towards woman. The very attributes irrelevant to machines. Humanity is a sitting duck.

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  19. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    We may pay a terrible price to get there. It sounds like there will be a lot of redundant people. I can see why reproduction rates are falling through the floor and the mainstream media isn’t saying a word about it.


  20. @ fuzzie, I know it may seem planned or something, but it really is just the blind leading the blind. Most women I have interacted with have no clue as far as any of this. The female mind lives largely in the moment. This was likely an asset when life was rough and she likely buried children and their father lost to illness, war, or injury, maybe got taken as a war bride, had to adapt to some grim stuff. In a “safe” world it’s like women’s minds look for problems… not so useful. It’s a feature not a bug, despite how it looks present day.

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  21. Not that I am saying the present situation is good or OK. Clearly, it’s getting less functional by the decade….

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  22. Most empires fall at their height, not at their struggle. Easy living ironically creates the beginning of the end. History repeats itself.

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  23. Cheque d'Out says:

    And he’s not looking either

    [At first glance, thought that Jeremy Corbyn I did]

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  24. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I don’t follow economic news as closely as I used to, but today’s jobs numbers are staggering, in a good way, especially for February.
    The economy added 313 thousand jobs in the US. 200k was what was expected.

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  25. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Women are adults with agency. Since the turn of the century, they have asked for and gotten more responsibility from government. It is past time that they live up to it.

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  26. Cheque d'Out says:

    In honour of international fembot day and to those wimminz whose last threads connecting them to reality have parted because of it

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  27. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I wonder if Kate Smurthwaite ever recovered from that? Zing!!!

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  28. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I have given it some more thought. They have to know what they are doing, collectively and individually, and they have to know that this won’t end well. They have brothers, cousins, friends, and uncles.

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  29. Cheque d'Out says:

    From the other place

    Out of curiosity, what programmes are all you Postaliers using for online security/privacy? I know there are some knocking about here who seem to have more than a passing knowledge of this stuff and I’m curious to know what everyone’s using.

    As far as my setup goes:

    – Windows 7 (dual boot with Linux Mint).
    – Spybot Anti-Beacon (blocks Windows telemetry tracking, must have for Windows 10)
    – Webroot Antivirus (very light and small, tiny system footprint but excellent malware detection rates)
    – Malwarebytes Anti-Malware (free edition, not the premium as I use it as a second line of defence to supplement Webroot)
    – TinyWall (gives you a much better UI for controlling the Windows Firewall).
    – Mozilla Firefox (plenty of functionality and only has 10% of the browser market so nowhere near as much a malware target as Chrome)
    – Cyberghost VPN (very competitively priced subscriptions)
    – KeePass (password manager, keeps your passwords in an encrypted database on your PC, far safer than having your browser save them which can then be compromised by malware, can also be used to generate very strong passwords)
    – DuckDuckGo search engine instead of Google.

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  30. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    When I was running Windows, Microsoft Security Essentials was free, updated daily, and effective. It caught things as they came in. I don’t know what to do with Linux.


  31. Ash Pariseau says:

    “As for the “men taken” part; probably lots of women in looking at other women’s husbands over-estimate the “goodness” of the fella. ”


    No one is perfect. Other women’s husbands aren’t perfect and neither are the untamen men, but that doesn’t mean there are no good men left.

    I’ve never had a problem recognizing a good man when I see one. I still don’t. I think a lot of women are looking at the wrong qualifiers. Behavior and attitude are very important. Much more than what he does for a living.

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  32. Cheque d'Out says:

    The only cow in a small town in Scotland stopped giving milk. The town folk found they could buy a cow in Wales quite cheaply. They brought the cow from Wales and it was wonderful, produced lots of milk every day and everyone was happy. They bought a bull to mate with the cow to get more cows, so they’d never have to worry about their milk supply again. They put the bull in the pasture with the cow but whenever the bull tried to mount the cow, the cow would move away. No matter what approach the bull tried, the cow would move away from the bull and he was never able to do the deed. The people were very upset and decided to go the Vet, who was very wise, tell him what was happening, and ask his advice. “Whenever the bull tries to mount our cow, she moves away. If he approaches from the back, she moves forward,” they said, “when he approaches her from the front, she backs off. If he attempts from the one side, she walks away to the other side.” “The Vet rubbed his chin thoughtfully and pondered this before asking, “Did you by chance, buy this cow in Wales ?” The people were dumbfounded, since no one had ever mentioned that they had brought the cow over from Wales … “You are truly a wise Vet,” they said, “how did you know we got the cow from Wales?” “The Vet replied with a distant look in his eye, “My wife is from Wales”

    [For Tom Jones, they would have behaved this way not]

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  33. earl says:

    A comment from Dalrock’s works here too…

    ‘Women hate weak men. Even uber-feminists. Show me a feminist whose husband has lower socio-economic status than her and I’ll show you a woman who can’t stand her husband, and probably is cheating.

    Women crave the masculine no matter what they say. Never listen to what women say. Watch their behavior — behavior never lies.’

    Women should be asking…’where have all the strong masculine men gone’. Then you can answer, feminism demonized, pushed out, imprisoned, and killed them. Can’t have it both ways.

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  34. earl says:

    ‘Women are adults with agency. Since the turn of the century, they have asked for and gotten more responsibility from government. It is past time that they live up to it.’

    No it’s past time to realize that the government giving them responsibility doesn’t work.

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  35. This guy, a fit 31 yo fireman, wasn’t enough for his wife, so she starting banging a 14 yo boy.

    I guess he still wasn’t alpha (or whatever) enough for her or something. She probably needed a man with Ton’s frame to keep her in line. What fraction of 20-30 yo guys could do it? Not enough, when 80-90% of women require that level of male guidance to stay out of trouble.

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  36. I notice she’s not leaning towards him, but standing up straight. HE is leaning a bit towards her. Bad sign.

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  37. Cheque d'Out says:

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  38. Farm Boy says:

    No it’s past time to realize that the government giving them responsibility doesn’t work.

    No it’s past time to realize that the government taking responsibility for them doesn’t work.

    Liked by 5 people

  39. Farm Boy says:

    A student at Indiana University of Pennsylvania was recently barred from attending a religious studies class that he needs in order to graduate after he questioned his instructor’s claims regarding the “reality of white male privilege.”

    Lake Ingle said he objected to some of the claims made in a video featuring a transgender woman, and countered by arguing that there are only two genders and that the “gender wage gap” is a myth.

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  40. Farm Boy says:

    Teenage Meg Murry and her mother, both white like the rest of their family in the 1962 “A Wrinkle in Time” novel, are portrayed in this film version by black actresses Storm Reid and Gugu Mbatha-Raw. Dad is played by Caucasian Chris Pine. Because Meg’s precocious younger brother Charles Wallace is played by Filipino-American Deric McCabe, this results in the absurdity of the character now being identified as adopted, presumably because it would be hard to believe he could be the product of Mbatha-Raw and Pine’s union. Twin brothers from the book are missing entirely from the movie, which may be a blessing, considering that political correctness probably would have dictated they be played by a Native American dwarf and a disabled transsexual.


  41. Farm Boy says:

    Buckle up, bigots! The social justice Left has a new crusade: dolphin sex acceptance.

    On Friday, HuffPost’s Ashley Feinberg took a stab at normalizing bestiality, posting a glowing interview with a man who considers himself a “heterosexual” who crosses “species lines” and infamously had sex with a dolphin.

    That’s right. He screwed a dolphin


  42. I wonder what would happen if good guys started asking in return where all the good women have gone?

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  43. Cheque d'Out says:

    You what?

    Liked by 4 people

  44. Cheque d'Out says:

    Hi Bloom, I reckon that most men, good, bad or indifferent, have worked out that it’s beyond fixing now. Things have to burn before people can address reality again. All the femeroids, cucks and manginas are doing is propping things up so that the crash is delayed and made bigger by that delay. I mean, how bad do things have to get before we can restrict voting to proper grown-ups, restrict benefits to the genuinely needy and start exporting those that have no realistic role in a modern democracy?

    At least you have Trump trying to drain your swamp, though I hope ours will receive a draining as a consequence of him too. Or intelligence services and their political bosses helped your services in illary’s attempt to keep the swamp going, I reckon.

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  45. @horseman

    I’ll see your Gremlin, and raise you an Eagle.

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  46. earl says:

    ‘This guy, a fit 31 yo fireman, wasn’t enough for his wife, so she starting banging a 14 yo boy.’

    His physique and job title is one thing….it’s another to wonder why he chose a hoo-ar.

    I think she’s your classic predator…looking for weak men for BB commitment and weak/inexperienced boys to be the sexual power in the relationship.

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  47. earl says:

    Where have all the feminine women gone, Bloom?

    I tell you what a physically attractive woman who embraces her femininity and fears the Lord is the most beautiful woman on Earth.

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  48. True Chequed Out, if I think too much about how unstable the whole mess is, as you say not just in relationships but socially, politically, and almost every other way, it makes me want to hide in the closet. :/

    I have high hopes for the Don, and he’s plowing through, but it’s a Herculean mission. I pray he succeeds and the ripple effect is felt round the world. Although many seem to be against him, there’s also a huge silent backing those people don’t seem to recognize. They must have never heard the expression, “You gotta watch out for the quiet ones.” And those quiet ones turned out in enough numbers to overcome a heavily, near impossibly stacked deck. We are living in historic times…

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  49. He also has this apparently other backing that I can’t quite figure out but they seem to be changing the world, the pranksters and meme makers. Who would have thought? I wonder what percentage are MTGOW and are directing their energy into calling out the naked Empires instead of building them? I bet nobody saw that coming…

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  50. Cheque d'Out says:

    He’s right you know. This is a fucking disgrace

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  51. I mean look at these two news storiess, as an example. Nutty!

    We have this mentality:

    Versus this:

    People who agree with the first idea should try crossing a border into Mexico or Canada and see how long they are allowed to do so. Answer: not long. Yet those same people act like the idea of a border is some Unique American thing that’s completely unreasonable. Nutty. I don’t even get the mental gymnastics there…

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  52. Cheque d'Out says:

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  53. Wow re the detainment. :/

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  54. earl says:

    They are in the pockets of the globalists…that’s why.

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  55. CdO What’s the UK version of “due process” like these days? I’ve heard some things that make it sound like “the rights of Englishmen” is a thing of the distant past.

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  56. Cheque d'Out says:

    It seems that there is no due fucking process. I am displeased.

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  57. Wayne says:

    Why are ‘taken’ men always more attractive to females?
    Easy, the p00n effect.
    Give a man some poosy twice a week, and it’s amazing how he shines!
    Problem is, once he gets his confidence from regular action, he’ll be getting other offers.

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  58. Cheque d'Out says:

    It’s all so short sighted, they can’t keep a lid on this forever. These aren’t people that you can paint as dangerous. They gaoled another couple of people this week, I don’t know that much about them but the sentencing to gaol stinks.

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  59. Cheque d'Out says:

    Wayne, I also reckon that once the magic of the first shags has passed most men put it in perspective. It’s the hardest thing to get through to the TFL guys, sex is NOT something that should determine your self worth. The trouble is that the media portray sex as everything. And it can be taken as very patronising when you try and tell them being a virgin is not failure in life.

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  60. Cheque d'Out says:

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  61. Cheque d'Out says:

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  62. Did “teach his dog to seig heil as a joke” guy actually go to prison?


  63. @RPG “Use every lawful tool?” Have city and state doofuses instructed employees to obstruct federal officials in the prosecution of their lawful duties? That’s called BREAKING THE LAW. If I do shit that like I get ARRESTED. ARREST THE FUCKERS ALREADY. (not yelling at you, rpg)

    This is the opposite situation from from some girl wanting to interview some guy in the UK, unless there is a law there that says “You may not interview people we find deplorable”.

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  64. Cheque d'Out says:

    Headhunter, the Count Dankula thing is still on-going. Even if found innocent he’s still had his life turned over for a couple of years. So failing a conviction, the process is a punishment

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  65. Farm Boy says:

    Liberal commentator Cathy Areu told Tucker Carlson Friday night that the United States ought to impose “sexism laws” similar to “profanity laws” currently recognized under federal and state law.

    “We already have those kind of laws in this country. So why not put those profanity laws with sexism laws and move on from words that offend, to actions and concepts that offend and that are violent.”

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  66. Farm Boy says:

    An upcoming talk titled “It’s OK to be (Against) White(ness)” is stirring up controversy at a Canadian university.

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  67. As for taken men, especially married ones, I know there is this preselection effect but really if a married guy leaves his wife/family for you, how good of a guy is he? Sounds like a losing plan to me but then I have always had a firm “if he’s taken he’s not even an option” rule. I am happy to report I found a good man and he was not taken but now he is! 🙂 I wish I could brag about how amazingly wonderful he is but I will just say he’s an answer to prayer! You guys schooled me well, and I apprecite that too!

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  68. Cheque d'Out says:

    Hope it works out, I’m glad if we helped.

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  69. earl says:

    I wonder if the taken effect also has to do with proving he has commitment.

    Heck it could be as simple as she has tingles for the guy and could care less he’s married. This could be one of those overthinking things.

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  70. earl says:

    ‘Liberal commentator Cathy Areu told Tucker Carlson Friday night that the United States ought to impose “sexism laws” similar to “profanity laws” currently recognized under federal and state law.’

    Like someone mentioned on Dalrock’s site…feminism is communism in a skirt.

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  71. Cheque d'Out says:

    Says it all.

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  72. Cheque d'Out says:

    Let us speak not of the rugby.


  73. Farm Boy says:

    PEORIA — A man who allegedly tried to ram a car into the Peoria airport’s terminal, then boarded an empty plane and then tried to steal a county deputy’s squad car said he was worried about an impending zombie apocalypse.


  74. Farm Boy says:

    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – A New Mexico woman faces new charges after allegedly faking a prescription to fool probation officers after failing a drug test, according to the Albuquerque Journal.

    After her test came back positive for drugs in February, Sharpe allegedly told her probation officer that she had a prescription for meth, and even brought a pill bottle that read “methamphetamine 5 mg tablets.”

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  75. Farm Boy says:

    A 19-YEAR-OLD Chinese blogger has been jailed for prostitution after an offer of free sex caused a stampede to her Hilton Hotel room.

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  76. Cheque d'Out says:

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  77. Farm Boy says:

    Is sending photos to overweight women of a shapely woman in a bikini a hate crime?

    Larry Spielfogel, heir to the Bambú rolling papers fortune, might find out.

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  78. @CdO, I absolutely learned so much from you guys. 😀 there is no question. Its been like having a dozen+ big brothers on speed dial!

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  79. And p.s. I am not going anywhere, still have more to learn and hopefully in return I can translate and teach to other women who are willing to learn!

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  80. Cheque d'Out says:

    We recognise an ally when we see one.

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  81. love you guys! Sniff :’) ok, enough sappy, I realize this is mostly an INTJ forum. Lol. W some INFP’s like myself sprinkled in! 🙂

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  82. Also I have a feeling the pranksters and meme folks will be jumping on the detention thing., turning it into platform for some cognitive dissodence. I mean they are picking on a GIRL here! 😉 For shame those bullies!


  83. Farm Boy says:

    A week ago, residents of Enchanted Broccoli Forest [a residential co-op at the university — RD] discovered the words “No crackers!” scrawled in paint across their bus. Targeted towards whites from the South, especially ones who are poor and rural, the term “cracker” is widely recognized as a racial slur.

    You would think that residents of a supposedly progressive and racially conscious house would jump to remove a racial epithet from house property. Not so. When a resident posted a picture in the EBF GroupMe last Thursday, peers brushed aside the incident with off-color jokes.

    A white Southerner resident in the house asked that the graffiti be removed, as it is racist and classist. Well, that did it:

    Other residents accused Ian of piggybacking on the complaints of people of color to raise his less-important “white” concerns, while others shamefully tried to excuse the slur for being “deserved.” The graffiti didn’t matter because white people are, by nature, oppressive and racist, they said — all while enjoying the best university in the world, while rural whites suffer grinding poverty. If anything, a blatantly racist act of vandalism is far more clear-cut than the murky concept of “cultural appropriation.”

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  84. Farm Boy says:

    Limousine liberals from Hollywood plan to boycott Bermuda, that tiny island in the middle of the North Atlantic with a black majority, because those backward-thinking rubes had the temerity to declare that only a man and woman can marry each other.

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  85. Farm Boy says:

    An Ohio music professor who said Muslim women and girls are safer in the U.S. than in any Middle Eastern country has been forced to retire. The Cincinnati Enquirer reports University of Cincinnati assistant professor Clifford Adams has been placed on administrative [leave] for the remainder of the semester and will retire May 1.

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  86. Farm Boy says:

    Oxford University apologizes for asking female cleaner to do her job on International Women’s Day

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  87. Farm Boy says:

    An Oregon college suggested Friday that “a few” students interrupted and impeded feminist scholar Christina Hoff Sommers from giving her speech, but footage shows over a dozen.

    Lewis & Clark College made the implication in a Friday statement addressing the disruption of Sommers’ Monday speech to the college’s law school in which student protesters sang “no platform for fascists” and chanted “microaggressions are real,” according to The College Fix.

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  88. Cheque d'Out says:

    I need some memes

    What kind of world would it be if you couldn’t laugh at a war mongering psycho?

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  89. Farm Boy says:

    I wonder what would have happened if Ms. Newman had interviewed Hitler…

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  90. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    This business with Brittany Pettibone and her BF is getting to me. The way that is has been handled is worse than a banana republic. A banana republic would hold them at the airport and board them on the next plane home while telling them not to return.
    I have to wonder how close we are getting to an incident that will have the public storming the Bastille?
    I found something else that frosted my pumpkin.

    Rebel Media was kicked out of the Ontario Conservative’s convention.
    Something, somewhere is going to break.
    Add to that, Farm Boy’s link of a feminist calling for prosecuting sexism in speech.

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  91. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    I don’t think anyone “interviewed” Hitler in the manner we take for granted.


  92. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    To your question about men asking where all the good women went, it won’t come to that. While women reject men one at a time as they are approached, since men do the approaching, they just won’t. What women will see is reduction of overall interest from men as they decide it might be more fun to stay in on Saturday night and watch music videos on YouTube.

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  93. Farm Boy says:

    What do Jordan Peterson, Adam Carolla and Dennis Prager have in common? They all worship at the altar of common sense. And that makes them targets in our politically correct age. Only the trio refuses to stay silent.

    Now, they’re joining forces as part of a new documentary revealing how Leftist agitators are assaulting free speech on campuses nationwide. Their rage is escalating, and sooner or later someone could get hurt.

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  94. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Three good links to YouTube videos about Brittany.
    According to one source, her detention went illegal after being held for twenty four hours. There is an exception for terrorists. Sadly, they will never be prosecuted. What does the rule of law mean when law enforcement makes a mockery of it?


  95. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    It is pure speculation, but while the CIA is prohibited from operating within US borders, could it be that the job could not be trusted to the FBI?


  96. Cheque d'Out says:


  97. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    This was America’s darkest hour. Horatio Gates had experience in both the British Army and the Polish.


  98. Cheque d'Out says:

    Football club renowned for violence (in the past) bans feminist meeting due to threat of TERFs vs Trans Activists catfight

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  99. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    That made me smile. Hooligans canceling an event because TERFs and Trans might mix it up.

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  100. @CdO What’s a TERF? It’s not stated in the article.

    Seems like a pay-per-view fortune in the making if they had let it happen…


  101. Farm Boy says:

    Apparently chromosomes lie

    “Folks of all genders are taught to accept the gender binary as a biological imperative that can never be questioned when, in fact, the gender binary is a social construct that needs to be dismantled,” the program description states. “Masculinity 101 rejects the notion of the gender binary as the end all be all and works to promote a more holistic understanding of oneself encompassing one’s many facets and contradictions.”

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  102. Yoda says:

    Wonder if TERF related to carpet it is I do

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  103. Yoda says:

    Canada’s Minister of Environment and Climate Change is urging environmental activists to address the “gendered impacts” of climate change, especially its effects on women and girls.

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  104. Cheque d'Out says:

    Rationing didn’t end until noticeably into the 50s in the UK

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  105. Cheque d'Out says:

    Eraser of Love has competition. I can follow, but can you?

    Here ah am wurkin’ oan a f**kin’ Sundah waitin’ oan a bunch o’ wee Rangahs an’ Sellick c**ts tae get pished enough tae stert kickin’ the sh*te ootae each uthah in Gleska city sentah owwah a stupit f**kin’ gemm o’ fitba’.

    Ah’d yooshally be oantae mah thurd Wutherspunns Sundah roast bi’noo but the sarge concelled a’body’s leave like a f**kin’ fanny so mah weekond’s been pure ruint.

    We ran ootae polis vans this mornen’ so we aw’ hod tae hire a loadae minibuses fer tha day. But wee Kenny tha probashunah monaged tae pure f**k hings up when he goat tae Ernold Clark’s so ah’m sat ootside McGinn’s pub in a f**kin’ twa’ seatah Smart Cer lissnen’ tae the wee pr*ck slaverin’ oan aboot aw the scrotey wee ned burds he says he’s pumpin’ en Easterhoose.

    Ah’m doon tae mah last Wispa gold an’ mah three litre boattle o’ fool fat Irn Bru’s awmost finushed an’ aw. Ah’m pure takin’ this pish up wi’ the Polis Federashun tha morra. Iss a f**kin’ breach o’ mah yoomun rice.

    [Only thing that matter is that likes Irn Bru he does]

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  106. Cheque d'Out says:

    Likely worth a watch, I’ll try it later

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  107. Cheque d'Out says:

    TERF – Trans Exclusionary Radical Feminist
    Who demand that to be a woman you have to have been born with a magic vajayjay.

    They don’t get on well with Trans-activists. I doubt that I need to explain why

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  108. earl says:

    @Farm Boy…

    That Allie Stuckey actually pointed out something logical when it comes to masculinity and why it is not toxic. If only more women would dump the mental illness called feminism and go her route.

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  109. earl says:

    ‘A Brown University student has called for a “men’s revolution” to “liberate not only men, but all of society, from the constraints of toxic masculinity.”

    This is what happens when kids aren’t taught what sin is anymore.

    Your sexuality from God is good…your sinfulness is not.

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  110. Yoda says:

    TERF – Trans Exclusionary Radical Feminist
    Who demand that to be a woman you have to have been born with a magic vajayjay.

    They don’t get on well with Trans-activists. I doubt that I need to explain why

    Moving in on their TERF they would be

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  111. Yoda says:

    Brighton & Hove City Council will equip staff with badges declaring their “preferred pronouns” as part of a project seeking to educate the public that making assumptions about a person’s sex “can be hurtful and distressing”.

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  112. Cheque d'Out says:

    Make sure to view the ‘sensitive material’ because it isn’t sensitive at all as far as I can see. The chans are after the gang that attacked Tommy Robinson and his camera team

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  113. Yoda says:

    The student editorial board for the Indiana University student newspaper argued that “toxic masculinity” was behind the recent Parkland shooting.

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  114. earl says:

    ‘seeking to educate the public that making assumptions about a person’s sex “can be hurtful and distressing”.

    Deal with it sexual tyrants.

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  115. Yoda says:

    Funny she is not

    Although Griffin held a press conference in which she cried, bemoaning her bad fortune, it was clear that she has not changed her stripes. At the end of the segment with Maher, she said she planned to pose with Mike Pence’s severed head for her next photoshoot.

    “Just kidding! Ten months I waited to do that joke. Ten months!”

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  116. Yoda says:

    Americans who hate President Trump now have a “safe space” to “unite in love” and stand against the White House.

    The newly released website NeverTrump.Dating aims to give liberals a place to meet a woman or man who shares their disdain for the president.

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  117. Yoda says:

    Progress this is
    So they say

    In recognition of women who lead the way, we are unveiling Jane Walker, the first-ever female iteration of the brand’s iconic Striding Man logo, in celebration of the many achievements of women. As a brand that has stood for progress for nearly 200 years, Johnnie Walker is proud to take this next step forward by introducing Jane Walker as another symbol of the brand’s commitment to progress.

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  118. TERF – Trans Exclusionary Radical Feminist
    Who demand that to be a woman you have to have been born with a magic vajayjay.

    And how would Eraser of Love say that…


  119. Yoda says:

    Number 3 big it is

    There’s a shortlist of mistakes companies and brands typically make when trying to sell products to women. Marketing missteps can hurt sales, but more importantly, they can actually turn women off from your brand entirely. If you’ve ever committed the sin of “pink it and shrink it,” it’s time to reimagine your strategy. Here are five pitfalls to avoid.

    1) Don’t pink it and shrink it.

    2) There’s no need to overtly target us

    3) An emotional connection is a big selling point

    4) Too much choice is no choice at all

    5) It’s more about show than tell

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  120. Cheque d'Out says:

    Kentucky, short of a yuuuge dose of acid (and I don’t do drugs except for alcofrol) I’m bereft of a scooby as to how the amazing EOL would phrase anything. I can only decrypt (at best) his utterances.

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  121. earl says:

    [Odd horizontal Scheisse she has]

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  122. I’d like guy to take a stab at it:

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  123. Cheque d'Out says:

    So you’re saying that one should show women the one option that the herd says is correct and she’ll be happy?*

    With perhaps a very minor set of sub-options (too small to be wrong) with differences to prove her individuality (within the herd obviously)**.

    (* don’t make her choose from a list of options where a wrong option exists – it’s stressful)

    (** butterfly vs unicorn logo / pink vs mauve holder is perfect. Especially if it can be changed over)

    What do I win?

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  124. earl says:

    What kind of scheisse is that? Sounds much better in an Irish accent.

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  125. With perhaps a very minor set of sub-options (too small to be wrong) with differences to prove her individuality (within the herd obviously)**.

    I think this why women are more brand-aware than men are, Kathleen. If a woman has a Coach purse, then she’s in with the herd, now. It could be a red purse, you fet cunt, or a yella one, you daft bint, all that matters is that it costs as much as a coach-and-four, ya leprous heifer.

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  126. earl says:

    Makes sense to me.

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  127. earl says:

    ‘I’m married to the land!’

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  128. earl says:

    ‘If it was good looking men, it’s gentle flirting’

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  129. Cill says:


    “Constables are still trying to understand why rape and acid attacks are happening more often in #Londonistan. I heard someone stole the loo in #ScotlandYard and investigators having nothing to go on.”

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  130. Yoda says:

    Why Kathleen always ambush him in the car she does wonder I do

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  131. Yoda says:

    If only Scotland Yard detectives as efficient as BBC Tele detectives they were…

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  132. “It (the land) provides sustenance, Kathleen, and you’re like a bacteria, soaking up the goodness from it.”

    Mark Steyn shares Cill’s opinion of the London police force:

    Once, for a satirical column about the monumental uselessness of the British police, I attempted a Spillane parody based on the whimsical notion of Mike Hammer taking a job with some slothful pen-pushing paperwork-shuffling English constabulary.

    It was one of those evenings when the fog comes down and wraps itself around the world like a five-dollar whore at the end of a slow week. All I saw was the dame standing there under the sodium light in a dress that was too tight last year. The cold, clammy night glistened on her full, round breasts.

    ‘Help, help,’ she whimpered. ‘I’ve just been attacked. They pulled me out of my car and stole my handbag.’ Now I knew why I’d noticed her breasts. Her buttons were ripped off, and those babies were coming out to play.

    ‘Relax, honey,’ I told her. ‘Call the Violent Assault Hotline during office hours, and we’ll send someone over to take a statement early next week.’

    ‘But they’re in the next street, dividing up the cash. If we hurry, we can catch them.’

    I slapped her hard. ‘I don’t hurry, baby, except when I’m on my way home with a ham and pepperoni and doing 120 in a residential street.’

    She pressed herself against me and the heat of her skin seared my shirt. ‘But you’re Mike Hammer.’ I could feel the rise and fall of her bazoongas against the bruises on my ribcage. I’d been manning the random breathalyser checkpoint, and some punk accountant had opened the door of his Mondeo too quickly. This tomato was better than anything the doc had prescribed. ‘You’re the hardest-boiled dick on the South Midlands (North) Force,’ she purred in my chest hair. ‘I hear you killed a couple of guys.’

    ‘Yeah, but only when I was doing 120 in a residential street. And you should have seen the paperwork afterwards.’

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  133. Can they get this guy to host the Oscars next year?

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  134. Farm Boy says:

    In the TV comedy version of Portland, Ore., the bookstore is called Women and Women First. In real life, it’s In Other Words — and the shop is using frank terms to say the Portlandia show is no longer welcome to film there. The feminist store and community center faults the show’s depiction of men dressing as women, its treatment of store staff, and its role in gentrification and race relations.

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  135. Cheque d'Out says:

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  136. Farm Boy says:

    I think that they are bit generous with communism

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  137. earl says:

    Yes the equality of the sexes and race in Communism is that they are all equally miserable.

    You have the freedom to eat and drink what you want…it’s just that you can’t buy it or find it anywhere in those countries.

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  138. Choicy says:

    By crikey Spawny that joker with the moose up his arse is running like a man possessed mate.

    Liked by 4 people

  139. Cheque d'Out says:

    He found out that the moose doesn’t believe in lube

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  140. Yoda says:

    The Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation auctioned off intimate moments with two of Hollywood’s biggest players who may go down as its biggest predators.

    Twice in the last three years, the foundation’s annual fund-raising auction in the south of France let guests bid to spend an entire year palling around with Harvey Weinstein. And in 2016, it creepily offered to have Kevin Spacey conduct a private theater performance in their homes.


  141. Yoda says:

    “I don’t know how you can have a discussion about race without also discussing (privilege) to give our students a complete picture,” said Hart, a lesbian mother of three, including two biracial foster children.

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  142. Yoda says:

    Right now, University of Toronto psychology professor Jordan Peterson is the world’s most-read Canadian author. Given that he also narrates his own audiobooks, it’s possible he may currently be buzzing through more earbuds than any other Canadian voice.


  143. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I think that Kathleen needs a break.


  144. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    “A lesbian mother of three?” How does this happen? From the link, two were adopted. Who would approve this? I don’t think the kids will recover if they live a thousand years.


  145. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Moose have to range a long way to find a mate. Sometime, in the eighties, a major network kept track of one bull went six hundred miles looking for a cow, moose that is. He never found her. A hunter found him first. That was the end of that long running human interest feature.


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