Recently Dalrock was discussing the relationship between chivalry and Feminism.  Basically it comes down to this: Men are supposed to acquiesce to what women say that they need; because men are supposed to protect women and who better to know what women need than women?

There are many aspects of the above thought that are flawed.  First men are not supposed to acquiesce to what women say that they need.  They are supposed to do/provide what is needed for the sake of children individually/society as a whole.  Women, surprisingly are not as child centered as they are made out to be. Recently I have run across several stories where women ignore their children in the cause of the pursuit of tingles.  RPG provides one such example. Somebody needs to be the adult in the room, with this responsibility falling on men.

The rules of chivalry were formulated through long societal experience.  It was noticed as to what works and what doesn’t work, with adjustments being made as needed.  All of this happened over generations, even millennia.  What kept it going was a stable society that did not incur costs that would cause it to fail.  This aspect of costs has been thrown out the window, with men acceding to whatever women say that they need.

And speaking of men acceding, it all starts with pandering for the women’s vote.  Politicians fall into line, other prominent men (in the media and elsewhere) follow, pretty much all men eventually do to some extent.  If  you are being forced to give in, you might as well package it up as something generally considered to be virtuous like chivalry.

Point to ponder: other societies that were less chivalrous and perhaps more patriarchal have not gone down this road.


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111 comments on “Chivalry
  1. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    I cannot fault your reasoning for this coming into being. It is just that we have gone too far with it, as you have pointed out. With all this men pandering and women making requests, it has gone well beyond needs. Who knows how it will all end?

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  2. Wayne says:

    I disagree. I believe the costs of chivalry (leading to “female empowerment”) are staggering. But people have been conditioned to assume the risks as a normal part of the game.


  3. RichardP says:

    One definition from an on-line dictionary:

    Chivalry – the combination of qualities expected of an ideal knight, esp courage, honour, justice, and a readiness to help the weak.

    Those are attributes of any civilized society – for both men and women. (And, indeed, you will find women as well as men being defined as chivalrous in the online definitions of chivalry.) Developed during an era when transportation was by ox, horse, or foot. So the number of folks needing a chevalier was pretty much limited to one’s own community. As there would be lots of folks in that community who could help out, the burden of helping was not too great. That idea of helping mirrors the admonition in the New Testament to the church folks to care for the widows and the infirm. (Don’t know where the admonition to do everything a female wants became the definition of chivalry.)

    With the introduction of planes, trains, and automobiles, our exposure to folks needing help has exploded. No way we can meet the need of every needy one we encounter. So we have to guard our heart and our wallet and discriminate among those we choose to help. Turning away from most with their hand out, folks are accused of being unchivalrous when they are only being prudent in the conservation of their resources.


  4. SFC Ton says:

    I read the book of chivalry written by Some French dude way back before the French became fags.

    Don’t recall anything in it about helping the weak. It was a system to rank honor among fighting men. The more dangerous the military operation, the harder the hardships endured while on campaign, the more honor

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  5. RichardP says:

    I was raised in farming communities, where everyone survived by being ready to help their neighbor. It was considered uncivilized to pass someone in need and simply turn your head as you walked away (literally or figuratively).

    As a young man I spent some time working in downtown Washington, D.C. I frequently walked along L Street and others around the White House. I gave no thought to handing out what change I had to someone with their hand out. That was how I was raised. Until that experience showed me that, after the first, there was going to be another 10 or so with their hand out before I got to the end of the block. And then it started all over on the next block.

    It didn’t take me long to figure out that I could not behave in a large city in the way I was raised to behave in a small farming community. If I give to this one or two, I will have nothing to give to the next 15. That was a great eye-opener for me about the notion of chivalry in its truest sense. What is the point of exhausting all of your resources, only to meet with the same outstretched the next day.

    The fable of the Ants and the Grasshopper became very understandable to me during that time.

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  6. RichardP says:

    Although I focused on giving money to outstretched hands to make the point, my focus on the idea of “help” or “helping” is more global. Ton – any soldier who repels the invader is helping the weak. The whole point of defending borders – whether castle, city-state, or national – is that the knight or soldier is doing what the regular folks cannot – keeping the invaders out. The strong helping the weak.

    My dad had a friend who was fond of saying “the strong always suffer for the weak”. This is a case in point. As is Game 7 wherein the Clevland Cavaliers won the game largely on the efforts of LeBron James. “The strong suffering for the weak teammates.”


  7. RichardP says:

    Game 7 of the playoff series against the Indiana Pacers.


  8. earl says:

    I guess that proves vegans are just another cult. Not that they can do anything threatening though…they don’t have any muscle.

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  9. SFC Ton says:

    The warning vegans should have a duel. With flamethrowers

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  10. earl says:

    ‘Men are supposed to acquiesce to what women say that they need; because men are supposed to protect women and who better to know what women need than women?’

    What they need is a strong God fearing man who leads them. Of course now they think that’s making them slaves under patriarchal oppression.

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  11. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    How do these people live with themselves?


  12. Long ago chivalry was in reaction to women behaving in a way that was worthy of being honored. Even then chivalry was not extended to non-ladies — women who were trashy and crass. It wasn’t considered being a hater then, it was just part of the TWO WAY deal. So in those times chivalry was something she EARNED, not something she was automatically granted just bc she was female. Today women seem to expect to be treated like a lady despite not being or acting like one. Men did do that for a few generations but I see it less and less. The P pass doesn’t get the pass it once did, because of how women treated those men and burned thru the goodwill. That’s not men’s fault, now is it?

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  13. Farm Boy says:

    In Karachi, the most populous city in Pakistan, and the third most populous city in the world, newborn girls are being butchered and dumped in the garbage by the hundreds. As reports, between January 2017 to April 2018, the Edhi foundation and Chhipa Welfare organization discovered 345 newborn babies dumped in the garbage in Karachi: 99% of them were girls.

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  14. Farm Boy says:

    It turns out, none of the female heroes (or villains) in “Infinity War” wear ponytails, or tie their hair back whilst in the heat of battle and frankly, according to Racked Magazine, that’s just plain sexist. How do you expect a made up character with implausible superpowers to do her job when her bangs are always in her face?

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  15. Farm Boy says:

    Here’s what one Dawn Baker wrote to Mr. Rowe: “Is it your intent to make those who choose college to feel ashamed, lazy and brainwashed? Our country’s education system is under attack, and you seem to be supplying more ammunition to those attacking it……There’s a reason many of these jobs pay well – they are truly HARD WORK – physically hard. Dangerous hard. Mentally hard. Feel free to send reps to the local unemployment office and brow beat them to send people to these jobs. Whether you mean to or not – your are sending a very bad message to those who want to destroy our higher education system.”

    The former “Dirty Jobs” star agreed with Baker about higher education being under attack — sort of. “You’re right — our countries educational system is indeed under attack. But the attack is from within, and the wounds are self-inflicted,” he explained.

    Rowe noted a so-called “cry closet” at the University of Utah, and Fresno State professor Ranga Jarrar slandering Barbara Bush as a racist witch in the hours after her death and bragging about her tenure, as recent examples of high ed falling short, to put it mildly.

    “Point is, Dawn, the hypocrisy in our educational system is rank, the bias undeniable, the disrespect for our flag ubiquitous, and the entire ‘safe space’ mentality the exact opposite of what life is like in the real world. Higher education has created its own PR nightmare,” he wrote. “Is it any wonder parents are trying to figure out if their kids should be sent into such a lopsided environment? Is it any wonder reasonable people are beginning to question the value of a four-year degree?”

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  16. Farm Boy says:

    Drivers in the town of Des Moines, Iowa, got quite a surprise last week when a giant inflatable yellow rubber duck came rolling towards them down the road.

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  17. SFC Ton says:

    That Mike Rowe guy has class. Can’t think of a public figure who says fuck you in a more polite manner. I prefer a more direct fuck you because words are practically useless but much respect

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  18. Farm Boy says:

    Some retreat from marriage altogether, which is a group that’s growing by the day. Some look outside the U.S. for brides who value men for being, well, men. And still others make a good faith effort to become responsible husbands and fathers. But their role as ‘head of the family’ has disappeared, leaving them wondering in what domain they do fit.

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  19. SFC Ton says:

    I have nothing good to say about islam, moslems, and especially Pakistan. Where fucking boys and live stock is the national sport with the occasional time out to gang rape some young girl to restore their family honor.


  20. Chivalry and other Western concepts are not meant to oppress, control, demean, or belittle women, as many feminists have painted it. Women in Western society are among the best treated in the world! One would think women would be singing the praises of the Western male, and many women from other parts of the world would give up everything they know to go halfway around the world and marry one! Western philosophy and traditions seem to get browbeaten at every turn, but they lay the foundation for the very society that allows for freedom of expression, life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. It should be something to treasure and protect, not to mock and dismantle. But maybe women will only see how wonderful concepts like chivalry are or why they exist or how much they benifitted women when they are gone? Sadly.

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  21. For example, chivalry and such create a safe world where women can go about their day, walk alone in public, dress how they choose, etc. wo constant risk of being attacked or raped. In many parts of the world this is not the case! In Europe women are starting to see that not all cultures hold values like, “it’s not ok to grope, sexually harass, or rape women just because you can.” Ironic that Western women go on and on about rape culture and the like when they actually have (or had, until very recently) some of the lowest risk of that in the world! Search “Sweden rape statistics” for example. Our culture pretty much universally agrees such behavior is not ok. That’s such a blessing! Now women in Europe are being told not to go out alone, or dress such and such, or act such and such not because of the Western male, but because so many from other areas with philosophies who do not automatically adhere to Western social norms like “just because a woman is not covered head to toe and is being escorted in public by someone at all times does not mean you can attack her” are moving into the West. But somehow even saying that is supposedly “ist” of some kind! The Western male is bashed at every turn but it is the Western male who made that safe world happen! :/ With concepts like chivalry.

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  22. SFC Ton says:

    Women don’t want to be treated well. They want to be ruled over so yes chivalry in it’s commonly mistaken form makes women unhappy.

    Never forget women are at your feet or at your throat. Want her to be loyal and well behaved? Oppress the shit out of bitch. She might “hate” you for it but she’ll be loyal and well behaved

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  23. And it’s not just happening in Europe. Once in my late 20s I was working on a project that involved a project w migrant labor camps (mostly workers from South America.) I was told very directly by *** a Hispanic woman *** running a social service program who was showing me around that I should NEVER go into the work camps among the men alone and most especially not into living quarter areas because the automatic assumption would be only a prostitute of a woman of loose ways would do so, and was fair game. Had she not told me that I likely never would have assumed so and could very well have found myself an unwitting victim due to not understanding that.

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  24. @Ton lol, much better to be oppressed by a man who cares about you than one who does not, for sure! Yet women rebel against their husband, fathers, brothers, and other men folk all the time! It would be far wiser for women to respect and honor the men in her life who would be willing to provide for and protect them, fight for them if need be. Bc wo the goodwill of her men, she’s left to fighting the world on her own.


  25. Also I know I may be not the norm but I actually like being treated well a whole lot better than not. I don’t think I am much of a shit tester tho (probably was more so in my youth just out of immaturity and ignorance) so I probably need less “oppression” than women who mistake kindness for weakness or actively fight for the lead. I don’t want to be the leader! Lol! But I learned that the hard way, from many years of having to be strong, independent, and self sufficient whether I wanted to or not. Or maybe men in my life would not agree and I am deluding myself, you would have to ask them! But I don’t take much for granted or assume entitlement, in general. (I don’t think.) if I do act independently it’s from sheer habit than Bc I want to be “the boss.” I have had more than enough of being the boss! Lol. I happily give up having to do it all myself!

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  26. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    but dont you understand? it’s never enough!

    i’ve seen, and am now going through a divorce, where the wife isn’t satisfied by overly generous settlement offers. the sense of “entitlement” for contributing almost nothing to the marriage, is staggering.

    how is one “entitled” to 50%, when you’ve almost never done laundry, or cleaned the house, and were napping every time your husband came home during the day?

    and she thinks that 50% isn’t enough.

    the is simple greed, and i’ve seen an awful lot of women in court, act just as entitled, for not even doin their fair share.

    if women want men to truly act with chivalry in the future, show us that you are truly worth it.

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  27. earl says:

    Feminists doth protest too much against patriarchal oppression not because they hate it…but because they never really had it. They either had no father, a weak father, or a matriarchal tyrant. All feminism does is tell women to be as rebellious as possible…whereas the patriarchy demanded standards from them for their own benefit. No man really wants a rebellious woman full of contempt…we want a pleasant submissive God fearing woman.

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  28. SFC Ton says:

    how is one “entitled” to 50%,…… and she thinks that 50% isn’t enough

    Enoch Powell, whip hand etc etc

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  29. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    she isn’t. based on length of marriage vs career, it would be around 40%. But the courts don’t care, and will probably give her 55%.

    the system is definitely tilted against men.

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  30. Rowe handled that well.

    Chivalrous white knights leap at the chance to defend the dumb bitch Dawn Bakers of the worlds right to voice their moronic opinions. Barbaric headhunters on the other hand call the Dawn Bakers dumb bitches.

    “Higher education” has practically ceased to exist as a functional segment of society. It is mostly a parasite these days. Maybe 3% of students come away actually improved in a significant way from attending college. Everyone else is actually much worse off from having their head stuffed with shit while also being turned into a debt-slave (can’t be discharged even in bankruptcy, how the fuck did THAT happen?) for the next 30+ years.

    Mike Rowe for President!

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  31. SFC Ton says:

    can’t be discharged even in bankruptcy, how the fuck did THAT happen?

    The usual skype suspects I reckon

    College debt is a serious factor in why so many poor kids stay poor. They take on the debt but fail to graduate and are 20 years old with serious debt issues.

    But mostly I think that bitch is cranky with Rowe because the kind of jobs he advocates for are male dominated and what’s even worse they are dominated by the wrong sort of males. ie non college educated, bud light drinking sort of fellas. How dare those vile creatures create a decent life for themselves without worshiping at the alter of progressivism…..

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  32. earl says:

    ‘the system is definitely tilted against men.’

    Yeah it’s not just the fact that women are unjust and rebellious…it’s the white knight court and state that allow their unjust & rebellious behavior to come to fruition.

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  33. mgtowhorseman says:

    Chivalry has no place in modern society.

    As Bloom pointed out, it was intended to protect and honour ladies who had shown themselves worthy while leaving the unworthy women to their unprotected fate.

    As there are no ladies of worth anymore, chivalry is unneeded.

    “Lasses don’t need a shield like fishes don’t need a bicycle.”

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  34. earl says:

    “Lasses don’t need a shield like fishes don’t need a bicycle.”


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  35. Alan Kardec says:

    Some years ago I attended a convention of librarians. This was where I first heard the term “microaggression.” They had a seminar on it, which I poked my head into to see what they heck it was all about. I figured out what they were up to in 5 or 10 minutes and left, thinking that it was about what you’d expect from a bunch of contemporary librarians.

    Later that day I did my presentation with a couple of my male coworkers. I told them I’d been to the microaggression seminar and had to explain it all to them — a couple of times before they got it. We were waiting for the elevator and when it came a thin little lady with short salt and pepper hair and heavy black glasses got off pulling a rolling suitcase. One of the wheels jammed in the crack between the floor and the elevator. The door began trying to close. Everyone was just looking at her struggle. I reached out, pulled the suitcase free and set it in the hallway for her.

    Her mouth pinched down and she pushed past me. She said: “Well! I can’t believe I had to have a MAN do that for me!”

    As the doors closed I said: “Don’t worry about it. It was a microaggression.”

    The guys stared at me and then we all broke up laughing. The remaining librarians on the elevator were not amused.

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  36. thedeti says:

    The current problem with chivalry is that it proceeds from an assumption that women are always deserving of it and that men are always capable of it.

    Another important point is that no one really knows what chivalry really is anymore. It originated with powerful men, who had the power, ability, and authority to essentially butcher alive anyone they wanted to (including women and children), not exercising that power, and instead extending mercy and compassion. It originated from the Western Christian culture. Powerful men were expected to show mercy and compassion to those less powerful, in the Christian tradition.

    With the equalization of men and women in society, traditional chivalry is no longer required.

    But women liked the privileged position chivalry gave them, as “M’Ladies”. And so, “Chivalry” now means

    –Men must give me whatever I want, whether that be free meals, drinks, entertainment, nights out, commitment, relationships, marriage, and access to his resources, without question or hesitation. They must open doors for me, lay their coats across puddles for me to walk upon so my feet don’t get wet, offer to pay for everything, and allow me to control all aspects of our relationship.

    –Men must never ever question me about anything, ever.

    –My husband is not allowed to expect anything of me in our marriage.

    –Men are required to make my life safe, to remove or neutralize all hazards, and permit me to do and say whatever I want, when I want, how I want, with whom I want. If there are any consequences, men are required to bear their costs.

    Those things, in my opinion, are the problems with “chivalry” now.

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  37. SFC Ton says:

    It’s not that there are no ladies of worth. Ever read between the lines when Bee talks about his wife? Rare as rare gets but there it is. Why there should be no chivalry is because women wanted a new deal. Let them reap what the sow. As men at large we don’t owe shit to women at large. That was their decision

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  38. SFC Ton says:

    She said: “Well! I can’t believe I had to have a MAN do that for me!”

    The Ton would have smiled and put her rolling suit case back where it was

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  39. Those things, in my opinion, are the problems with “chivalry” now.

    In that case chivalry = Western Civ. as in the whole of society now seems to be geared to giving women whatever they want with men having to pay for it, but getting nothing back for their efforts.

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  40. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy, at 10:29am,
    About all those Pakistani infants, this is happening in an urban area. These people have to be so poor that they can’t afford birth control or abortions. I can see them letting go of females because they won’t contribute to the household once married and won’t help take care of their parents. On this point, I found out something additional. In a documentary on rural China, there is another reason to retain male infants. They help with the farm chores. I am not condoning it, only trying to explain it.
    Feminists are not about to say one word about this. It would diminish their energy to do hateful things to American men.

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  41. earl says:

    ‘Here’s What Happens When You Marginalize Men’

    ‘While it shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone with common sense, it turns out the fruit of our feminist society is that everyone is quite lonely:’

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  42. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I wonder if feminists will be able to put two and two together?


  43. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    It looks like inflated housing is a local issue that has gone world wide. This is from London and it is bad. Runs eight minutes.


  44. copperfox3c says:

    RPG said it best about chivalry in her comment above.

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  45. Yoda says:

    it’s the white knight court and state that allow their unjust & rebellious behavior to come to fruition.

    Very “chivalrous” the white knight courts are.

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  46. Yoda says:

    Online reviews of surgeons who perform cosmetic plastic surgery may be unreliable, researchers say.

    Fortunately I need such surgery not.

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  47. Yoda says:

    Star Wars Day coming soon it is.
    Bigger than ”talk like a pirate” day it would be

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  48. Yoda says:

    If there’s one common theme in the media today about the relationship between women and men, it’s the claim that there are no good (read: marriageable) men left. Well, gee, I wonder why that is?

    It’s clear as day why that is. The relentless message from women and society that men have nothing special to offer—that not only is their income unnecessary, so is their chivalrous behavior—has built a wall between the sexes the size of Mount Everest.

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  49. Yoda says:

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  50. Yoda says:

    We are announcing a new set of features coming soon around dating,” Zuckerberg told conference attendees, lamenting that his company has been late to the dating game.

    “This is going to be for building real, long-term relationships, not just hookups,” he declared.

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  51. Cheque d'Out says:

    That’s the problem right there. In fact it’s so bad that I don’t believe that her party has any survival instincts, she’s leading it to death.

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  52. Yoda says:

    Like a Vulcan without the intellect and logic Ms. May would be

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  53. Yoda says:

    In actual news, the mayor of NYC knew all about this van driver guy on Monday. As soon as the name came out, US authorities said he was on their radar for terrorism. None of that is in the Canadian media. But it is in the Brit and US media, if you duckduckgo the driver’s name.

    So that’s your update today; lots of sorrow, special interest pieces and kvetching about barriers, zero information about the van driver. In two days they’ve peeled him like a fricking grape, and he’s rolling over on his grandmother at this point. We get told nothing.


  54. Yoda says:

    But guess who doesn’t get all huffy about that Asian prom dress? Real Chinese women who live in mainland China. In fact, one woman wrote:

    “Very elegant and beautiful! Really don’t understand the people who are against her, they are wrong! I suggest the Chinese government, state television or fashion company invite her to China to display her cheongsam!”

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  55. Yoda says:

    And it is women, not men, who are behind this madness. By my calculations, then, it isn’t men who are toxic. It’s women.

    There is nothing harmful about masculinity or femininity in their respective natural states. Nothing. There are, however, broken women and men. Broken men tend to lash out in violent ways — hence, the concept of “toxic masculinity” — but it isn’t their DNA that’s hurting them. It’s their lack of purpose. And that lack of purpose stems from the lack of a father or father figure.

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  56. Yoda says:

    Happy she was
    Also probably at her peak of coherence she would be

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  57. Yoda says:

    The U.S. State Department has removed the killing of unborn children — what leftists refer to as “abortion” — from its annual report on global human rights.

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  58. Yoda says:

    The gesture from Groening deeply angered the SJWs and they have been out for blood since. Speaking with USA Today, Groening said he will not shelve Apu and castigated his critics for expressing phony outrage.

    “I’m proud of what we do on the show,” said Groening. “And I think it’s a time in our culture where people love to pretend they’re offended.”

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  59. Yoda says:

    But now, the New York Post reports that letter may not have been an impromptu expression of appreciation for a mentor and veteran newsman. According to the Post’s exclusive report, women at NBC were pressured to sign the letter and feared what might happen to them if they refused.

    “We felt forced to sign the letter supporting Brokaw. We had no choice, particularly the lower level staffers. The letter was being handed around the office and the unspoken threat was that if your name was not on it, there would be some repercussion down the road. Execs are watching to see who signed and who didn’t.” an anonymous staffer told Post reporters.

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  60. SFC Ton says:

    I ain’t a big fan of Vulcans myself. Kawasaki doesn’t make a very good bike in my opinion. Especially on the fit and finish kind of stuff

    Best I can say for them is they make a good doner bike for bobbers and choppers because of the price point on used ones.

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  61. earl says:

    ‘Who woulda thunk???’

    It’s the same logic for ‘what do you think will happen if you offer women cash and prizes for divorce or having kids out of wedlock’?

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  62. earl says:

    ‘And it is women, not men, who are behind this madness. By my calculations, then, it isn’t men who are toxic. It’s women.’

    It only took her 25 years to figure that out.

    I guess the tides are turning if women are bailing out on the losing side.

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  63. SFC Ton says:

    Not typically my place to read but I thought this was balls on. Satire or not


  64. from Yoda’s chivalry is dead link:
    The video is part of an “Unpopular Opinion” series on Facebook, a concept that in theory I’d support.

    “Ha,ha” says Nelson. Facebook doesn’t allow ANY opinions that are unpopular with the commissars who run Facebook.


  65. Yoda says:

    The Assembly on Tuesday approved a bill that would replace them with the preferred and gender-neutral “firefighter” and “police officer.”

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  66. Yoda says:

    That’s also from the Washington Post, which treated this “meme” like swamp-fever conspiracy theorizing.

    Despite a reporter covering her letting us know she likes to drink, and despite an email from Palmieri instructing the staff to “sober her up.”

    No one in the media asked the obvious follow-up questions or treated this as anything more than a silly internet conspiracy theory meme.

    Combine that quote, and all the pictures of Hillary enjoying a cocktail or five (see below) with what didn’t get reported, and you have a genuine scandal — only partly about Hillary’s level of alcohol consumption.

    Mostly, it’s about what the press knew but decided to hide from the public.

    I know I’m writing this in a humorous way, but this is actually a question I’ve had for two years, and I’ve never seen the media touch it.

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  67. mgtowhorseman says:

    From Yoda’s map, y’all seem to make a whole bunch of airplanes.
    So I can see the need for cheap aluminum.

    But if you piss off china and canada, do you have enough of your own to make due?

    It was similar to how you won the softwood lumber fight just as Houston was rebuilding so we sent our wood to europe.


  68. Yoda says:

    Wonder who uses all of those airplanes I do

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  69. Yoda says:

    Duke University’s Vice President of Student Affairs provoked outrage from some students by refusing to punish a student for an “offensive and racist” social media post.

    The students became further incensed when Larry Moneta subsequently posted a tweet reminding students that “freedom of expression protects the oppressed far more than the oppressors.”

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  70. SFC Ton says:

    I think the usa uses mostly recycled aluminum but if not there are huge deposits of it in Brazil and Africa. Sure it would need to be smelted but I think there are something like 10 idle aluminium plants in the usa. Plants that should be in full operation before any finished aluminum is imported.

    Economically Canda seems like a one trick pony with the usa receiving 70’ish% of Canda’s exports . 20’ish% of american exports go to Canda

    Those are not good numbers for Canda to try and leverage


  71. SFC Ton says:

    Well Master Yoda I think that map is probably inaccurate.

    I know we make a fair amount of air plane parts but I am unaware of any plant producing whole aircraft


  72. mgtowhorseman says:

    The pjmedia story about Rollo is some of his best quotes.

    Unfortunately “the masses” are not ready for such unplugging. Read the few comments.

    On the flip side many many men are going to quietly read it, go “holy shit”, and take a hard look at their relationships.

    Its good the famous chart is in the MSM.

    THE ONE THING red pilling does is show men their true or potentially true SMV\MMV post 30.

    Getting ” I am more valuable than her” in your head is everything. After that it is just fine tuning.

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  73. Yoda says:

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  74. Related directory pages are highlighted below the Kentucky manufacturer listings on this page. Links to aircraft manufacturer directory pages for adjacent states are provided at the bottom of the page. A Kentucky road map link is also included there.

    We’re sorry! We list no aircraft manufacturers in this State. But you may be able to find a manufacturer in a nearby State listed below.

    Well, how about that. Something I read on the internet appears to be incorrect.


  75. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I had no idea that so much industry was dedicated to aircraft. Somebody has to make all those replacement parts to keep Buffalo Air going.


  76. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda at 6:35am,
    I don’t know what to think about facebook providing an online dating service. Even if they think it through and do something that makes sense on paper, guys are going to game it and girls are going to trash it.


  77. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    For those who are not acquainted with Buffalo Air. Runs seven and a half minutes. They run air transport in northern Canada.


  78. Cheque d'Out says:

    A C47 Dakota with a nose job?

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  79. Cheque d'Out says:

    Godfrey and Wrightly have a new playmate. Her poetry is incredible


  80. Cheque d'Out says:

    Buckfast is the drink of choice for the discerning Scottish alkie

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  81. Wayne says:

    Feminists are not about to say one word about [female infanticide in BFK]. It would diminish their energy to do hateful things to American men.

    Seeing how abortion AKA “unborn infant mortality” was recently taken off the US human rights report, we’re being too generous in assuming that they even care.

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  82. Cheque d'Out says:

    RIP. Hope the toll stays at five.


  83. Cheque d'Out says:



  84. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    That may be the best designed cargo aircraft ever. DC-3, US Army designation C-47, US Navy RD-4, RAF Dakota, produced under license in the USSR as the Li-2, and who knows what the Nationalist Chinese called it when they flew it “over the hump” with the Flying Tigers.

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  85. SFC Ton says:

    If I understand abortion was removed from the list as in we are no longer giving folks human right cred for allowing abortions.

    My understanding is that’s a small scale win for us right to life folks. Well i am more semi right to life. Don’t care if non Whites kill all their unborn childern though I oppose abortion for Whites. Especially Southern Whites


  86. Cheque d'Out says:

    Remember folks, Talcum X says…

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  87. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    This is a serious video that runs one hour. I recommend it to Farm Boy and Earl. It is Bettina Arndt and Kay Hymowitz talking about single mothers. The one thing that struck home with me is that feminists can’t deny the damage done but they will avoid taking responsibility for it.


  88. earl says:

    Well I always thought women wanted the government to be their husband…but this makes sense too

    ‘The Government Wants Your Balls’

    ‘I’ve written before how I think the government wants to do to American men the same thing they did to the American Indians.

    Namely, rather than fight the man directly, they want to take the fight out of the man until he becomes a passive dependent suckling at the government’s teat. A recent Rasmussen report gives a hint of what might be coming next:

    Senator Bernie Sanders is looking ahead to the 2020 presidential election with a proposed federal government program that guarantees all Americans a job with health insurance. Nearly half of voters like the idea.’

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  89. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    How does a vacuum manufacturer, Dyson, get into making urinals? Design problem had to be anticipated.


  90. earl says:

    ‘The one thing that struck home with me is that feminists can’t deny the damage done but they will avoid taking responsibility for it.’

    Well yeah…because they can just blame men, the patriarchy, oppression, God, Satan, global warming or whatever made up boogie man they can come up with to never take responsibility for their rebellious actions.

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  91. mgtowhorseman says:

    Because skinny jean, neck beard soy boys have to worry about their girly figures.

    In 2008 Labatts did a series of commercials mocking weak light beer
    “If I wanted water, I would ask for water.”

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  92. earl says:

    What has happened to you Australia? I could see this happening in Sweden or Feministoronto…but not you.


  93. earl says:

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  94. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I can remember when it was legal in Colorado for eighteen year olds to drink 3.2 beer. I wonder if brewers are thinking that will come back? Also, isn’t there an exception in Canada for nineteen to twenty one year olds to drink beer and wine?


  95. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Who say anything disparaging about such a fine company?


  96. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    You will profit from watching the one hour video. Kay Hymowitz owns up to all the bad statistics from single mothers while Bettina Arndt gives a good secular overview. Unfortunately, no solutions were allowed to be discussed.


  97. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    More Labatt’s bear.


  98. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I am glad that I did not eat spicy pizza. It was very funny.


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  100. SFC Ton says:

    We’re going to have to figure out some kind of work program/ universal income zort of deal when automation hits full stride.

    That or destroy the left side of the bell curve or become Brazil. My guess is we’ll become Brazil. Which genocides it’s poor fairly regularly.


  101. mgtowhorseman says:


    Age of majority is 19. It increased from 18 in 1982.

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  102. We’re going to have to figure out some kind of work program/ universal income zort of deal when automation hits full stride.

    This issue needs serious attention. Just paying poor people to make more poor people hasn’t been a good solution, so there maybe be a need for some neo-luddite-ism.


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