A Sad SIW


 

From here,

‘You’re so clever,’ they said. ‘Bright as a button, so mature, a pleasure to teach.’ I could do anything if I set my mind to it. I was top of the class, queen of the heap. My mission in life? Do well at school. Please parents and teachers. Succeed.

That I do believe.  Yes, a modern clever girl would get that treatment.  A boy — not so much, but that is a different story for a future time.

At what? Or why? I never asked myself.

My currency was my mind. This valued me, ranked me high. I was smart. A good child. I would have a good life.

Good question.  Probably the answer on everybody’s mind was “everything”.  Because the path was cleared for women (especially clever ones like her) to do so.

They never tell you about the gnawing emptiness of being alone, pushing thirty, your hyper-intellectualism a major turn off for every guy who gets close.

Well, yes, they don’t tell you.  Men should conform to what you want.  But they don’t always.  Clearly as Dalrock has often suggested, weak men are screwing up Feminism.

Furthermore, is it precisely the hyper intellectualism that turns the fellas off?  Perhaps it might be related to always trying to use it to “one up” the fella.  Just a guess.

I sometimes operate in something that might be termed a “hyper-intellectual” mode, but I like to turn it off whe engaging in leisure activities like athletics.  Perhaps she might do something similar.

They never explain that as a girl child, one of the most important phases in your life is the reproductive phase, when your body goes questing on a mission for a man, and without one you’re anxious, lost, hopeless, alone, a failure — stunted like a child. Something kicks in in a profound bodily way — it didn’t happen to me until I was 27, but now it won’t go away.

Of course they don’t.  Men and women are the same, except for different plumbing.  To acknowledge anything different would play into the hands of the remnants of the Evil Patriarchy.  Truths like this must never be acknowledged, better to lie it is.  Even if it hurts ladies such as the author above.

The quest for a man is silly to me intellectually.

Perhaps she is not as a fine of an intellectual as she claims to be.  Evidence (Feminist Propaganda notwithstanding) suggests that such a pre-disposition is in women, and furthermore that it would make sense for women to have such.

Don’t need no man, am strong, smart, independent — alone, scared, I need a man. I am so miserable without one. It is eating away at me because I have felt the fulfilment of having a loving partner in life, and that swelling sense of a shared future, of building something together, of a greater oneness, a strange kind of hormonal harmony, and without it there is such emptiness.

She is having trouble integrating her pre-conceived version of herself with the reality of herself.  Doing so should not be intellectually difficult for one with her intellectual firepower.

Coupling is life’s mission and I’ve cultivated the wrong skills. I’m assertive, have a masculine personality, insist on splitting bills, am rational, ambitious, call a spade a spade and have no time for flattery or beating about the bush. Blunt to a fault. This is not the woman men want. I also hate the thought of being pregnant and don’t want to be a mother. As the partner of a man this is your role. I don’t want to play it and they don’t want me.

Probably she is an INTJ.  Come on, you can do it, girl.  Reconcile all of this like a good INTJ would.

You’ve set me up to fail.

Now she knows what it is like to be a modern man.  Yet men don’t always fail.  Often they succeed.  They find their mission and execute it.

Why didn’t you tell me it was going to be like this? Why tell me that the world was my oyster, and that being smart and educated was the way forward in life at the expense of being social, pretty, feminine? I have valorised my masculine traits and with them I have pushed away every great man I’ve known. I unsettle them, emasculate them, the script is violated. They don’t like this.

As mentioned before, men and women are the same, but with different plumbing.  Can’t disrupt the Feminist Narrative with reality, can we?

As for the guys, maybe she unsettles them, maybe she emasculates them. but the true situation is that the men realize that she would be high maintenance at best.  If he is not always at the top of his game, she will make his life miserable, then frivorce him.  She has to have lots going for her for him to take a chance like that.  Most guys have natural internal alarms that trigger when the woman is assertive.  These internal alarms are there for good reason, as they are warning that she is not a good long term bet.

And it’s not realistic to expect them to change. Just as it’s not realistic to expect me to settle for someone less intelligent with nothing going for them in life. It defies evolutionary programming.

All cylinders have kicked in.  She acknowledges men’s natural alarms, then she acknowledges women’s hypergamy.  So much for everything being the same between men and women.

Why did they never teach us?

Once again, truth is not what they want.  In this case, the truth would have set her free.

Girls and boys are equals. Yes, under the law. But we are not the same and the differences matter. We need each other. It is a marketplace. Value is exchanged. My value is not in my mind — some is, but not much. It is in my face, and my skin, and my womb, to be traded for status, security and love.

There we go.  That is my INTJ.  Keep going, young lady.

I am so unhappy.

The traits are so ingrained. Can one overhaul one’s entire programming and personality? Become a proper woman? Have a place in a world where nothing is stable and loneliness is crippling?

I might say yes.  With the Myers-Briggs types, people often naturally develop the “weaknesses” naturally as the grow older.  Of course, they can also do so if driven to do so.  Probably being as intellectual as she is, she could figure it out.

Short answer – she needs to ask herself if she always needs to be an INTJ.

I would have to have their babies and I won’t do it. Why should I? It’s a stupid, raw, goddamned deal.

But then again, maybe she feels compelled to be a very strong INTJ.

It’s truly awful that we don’t want so many men and send them on their way to the sexless scrap heap. An average man has to work very hard to get a woman to take him seriously and a below average man is the subject of scorn. This is awful for us and awful for you.

Well, there used to be rules set up to alleviate this problem.  Some people cruelly removed them.

The feminists were wrong. They lied. Nobody gets to have it all. The manosphere’s gone warped. Women aren’t shallow as fuck bitches. But they’re both right, it sucks on both sides, can’t you see that? The young, the rich and the beautiful are the only winners, and even then, only up to a point.

Why yes, they were/are wrong.  Overall happiness in women is down.  Quite a bit actually.  Men are not down so much, but still it is not great for them on average.

Short answer – Feminism has screwed thing up for most people.

‘Don’t need no man schtick.’ That’s utter bullshit. Women need men and men need women and the world needs men and women to be together otherwise shit gets ugly. Men without women are not a good thing. Women without men are less dangerous, but they are sad, bitter, lonely creatures.

To be honest, once men get past their twenties, and the urges subside, they really don’t need women.  An older bachelor doing his thing does not seem odd.  Older spinsters do.  This is built in.  There is no getting around this.

They never mentioned hypergamy. They never said being a doctor’s great and all, but how exactly will you ‘mate up’ from there? Female doctors have it tough because many of their male comrades marry down. Engineers and physicists the same. They are intimidating women and this will be a hindrance to them in the mating game. Maybe in the end a partner and kids will matter more to them than some reinforced concrete, or protons in a particle accelerator? At the very least this is worth considering early on.

It is not worth consideration with respect to the Feminism Narrative.  That is all that matters.  It is all for a greater good.

I never considered it and now I find myself frantically rewriting my expectations late in the game. I put all my eggs in the smarts basket. This wasn’t smart because the eggs are rotting. I am not going to pretend I don’t care and that I’m happy just as I am.

So she did not get what she wanted, when she wanted it, how she wanted it.  To be honest, fellas who have been screwed in the modern system probably don’t have sympathy.

Posted in Dating????, FarmBoy, Feminism, Hypergamy, INTJ, Lies, Marriage, Trainwreck
189 comments on “A Sad SIW
  1. Farm Boy says:

    She “gets” it, but she doesn’t “get” it. This is a sorry state to be in.

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  2. Farm Boy says:

    At what price must the narrative be maintained?

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  3. Stephanie says:

    There’s still a chance for her in my opinion, especially with how she can see all of this (and so many others can’t it seems). She does sound like an INTJ 🙂 and from what I’ve found quite a few of the red pill women were also INTJs and are happy now.

    [Wonder who these are I do
    Perhaps Liz such a person she would be]

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  4. SFC Ton says:

    your hyper-intellectualism
    ……..

    One of the many things I know for certain is….. Anyone who tells you they are an intellectual isn’t

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  5. Eidolon says:

    There’s some honesty here, but she’s still very deluded. She still clings to the “intimidating” word that so many harpies love, for example. It’s like saying that men find mold on their bread too intimidating, so they won’t eat it.

    She’s also insulting towards her betters. She describes very intelligent men as “marry[ing] down.” How about instead of seeing yourself as better than those women, you recognize that they’re more successful than you? Maybe try emulating them rather than seeing them as beneath you? She doesn’t even say “marry down intellectually.” I guess she wasn’t hyper-intellectual enough to catch that.

    And of course she’s violently opposed to pregnancy and motherhood for some reason. I guess relationships are about her feeling happy and having a man to do things for you and not about serving others. I can’t imagine why intelligent men would giver her a pass.

    I guess she should get some credit for getting to maybe 35-40% correctness on her own steam. It’s hard for a woman to go against the conventional wisdom. It’s sad that this is the best a supposedly intelligent woman can do.

    However, I feel confident that if someone had told her, she would’ve said “I can do whatever I want! I don’t have to fit into your ideas! Girls can be anything!” and wouldn’t have listened. That’s certainly the attitude I’ve always seen when you try to explain that pretty much all women will want to be married and have kids when they’re 30.

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  6. Wayne says:

    What is it that she doesn’t get? She has repented from worshipping feminism as her savior, but she still has the feminist mindset of despising traditional masculine and feminine roles, and the hardships thereof. She writes,

    “Value is exchanged. My value is not in my mind — some is, but not much. It is in my face, and my skin, and my womb, to be traded for status, security and love.”
    “Women should be less driven and more congenial, bright and supportive. This is what the market demands.”

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  7. earl says:

    Boy for being hyper-intellectual…she sure is dumb.

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  8. earl says:

    ‘Why didn’t you tell me it was going to be like this? ‘

    Yeah I’m sure every man that did…offended her little world, and she didn’t listen anyway.

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  9. earl says:

    ‘At what price must the narrative be maintained?’

    Just her fertility and femininity. You know her two most important traits.

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  10. earl says:

    ‘ If he is not always at the top of his game, she will make his life miserable, then frivorce him. She has to have lots going for her for him to take a chance like that. Most guys have natural internal alarms that trigger when the woman is assertive. These internal alarms are there for good reason, as they are warning that she is not a good long term bet.’

    Yes the threat of frivorce because she’s unhappy is multiplied when she’s already showing this before marriage.

    It’s the massive egos and feminist godess-princess-vag worship mindset these women have that is the problem. Not what particular skills they possess.

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  11. earl says:

    And what price does a man give up to keep the narrative going…

    His masculinity and authority.

    I’ll say it again, feminism is not good for either sex. It should be rejected completely. Not this false humility that you see it’s bad and causing you grief but still wanting to keep some of it. None of it is good.

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  12. earl says:

    Just to reiterate that biology doesn’t care about your feelings…

    ‘For Women Who Want Kids, ‘the Sooner the Better’: 90 Percent of Eggs Gone By Age 30′

    https://abcnews.go.com/GMA/OnCall/women-fertility-falls-lose-90-percent-eggs-30/story?id=9693015

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  13. Eidolon says:

    She says pregnancy and motherhood is “a stupid, raw, [unnecessary vulgarity] deal.”

    As opposed to what, one wonders. She admits feminists lied — their deal is far more stupid and raw — so what else is there?

    If feminism isn’t on your side, what is there but their bogeyman Patriarchy? Is there some other value system she’s thinks she can use?

    It’s amazing how even when people recognize that the system they’ve followed is wrong, and a different system consistent gives correct answers, that they should just accept that system rather than cherry-picking the useful answers.

    Maybe if she wants to know what she can do she should ask the people who were right all along about female nature, and not try to go it alone, something that she admits hasn’t worked at all thus far.

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  14. Eidolon says:

    Also, does it seem at all disingenuous that she writes this heartfelt piece about how she’s a failure at relationships because she’s just too darn intellectual and honest and successful in her totally-for-real-serious career, and then at the bottom you read this:

    “Founder of https://modernsexmag.com/. Writes about dating, sex and mating.”

    Seems like a contrast, doesn’t it? She implied she was a doctor. Methinks she was exaggerating even more than we thought about her hyper-intellect if she’s abandoning medicine to start a sex website.

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  15. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    If she puts so much stock in her intellect, she must be a misery to be around. She needs to learn how to be good company.

    [Be more like me she should.
    Intelligent, funny and cute a good package they would be]

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  16. My response to the author?

    Fuck You Bitch.

    You wanted to be equal to a Man, you did it!

    Man Up and Shut the Fuck Up!

    Spoilt Bitch.
    (Yes spoilt as in aged, gone bad, over ripe, aged like fine milk.)

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  17. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I am reminded of all the videos I have seen of men swearing off American women after going overseas and mixing socially. The ego of American women has to be their greatest impediment. Men see this as a clue. Things do not start off well and it is certain they will deteriorate.

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  18. Cheque d'Out says:

    From another of her posts (with some other eye raising thoughts, good and bad)
    View at Medium.com

    ’m not hankering to have kids, but if I do, I will certainly adopt a child.

    So the one reason a man might consider putting up with her; better chance of having smart kids…she just took off the table.

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  19. earl says:

    ‘So the one reason a man might consider putting up with her; better chance of having smart kids…she just took off the table.’

    I don’t think she wants kids to begin with (or at least doing the pregnancy part). Her own statement reveals the motivation to adopt isn’t because she has fertility issues. Could be a token SJW look at me adoption.

    I know some women can’t have kids or are in a situation where they can’t have kids…but I think it’s worse when a woman flat out states she doesn’t want to have kids. That’s a bad precedent even if she eventually does have children.

    A better title would be ‘Ugly Truth: What’s a Man to Do With Low Status, Child-Fearing Women’

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  20. Cheque d'Out says:

    The Tradwife woman with JF

    The comments look good in places and bad in others.

    The tradwife has a master’s degree in women’s spirituality…ISYN. Just lovely. All that debt for an utterly bullshit degree that won’t get her job except making coffee or teaching women’s spirituality. No wonder she wanted a man to pay the bills and let her hide from the consequences of her shit decisions.

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  21. Cheque d'Out says:

    “I don’t think she wants kids to begin with” True.

    But from a man’s point of view, what does she bring to the table? A recreational vagina (not for the purpose of making kidz).

    An allegedly smart woman with a feminist created cargo-cult soy-male personality grafted on top. And the grafting seems a little weak at that.

    hyper-intellectualism this needs defining. At best this means a strongly INTJ personality, as strong INTJ I don’t feel the need for another strong INTJ sharing my bed. More likely she just has a chip on her shoulder that will lead to many, many pointless discussions where she’ll insist that she’s right until pinned down by evidence to the contrary. Because? because she’s hyper-intellectual don’t you know and a woman as well, meaning that she must be right and when you prove her wrong, because otherwise she won’t let it go, you’re just a big meany.

    This woman has trouble, irritation and impending mental issues written all over her.

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  22. Cheque d'Out says:

    It would be nice if she listed why men need women and women need men.

    This smacks of sad, tired old feminism to me. Any weakness in women must be present in men too at the same level because otherwise the universe is a big ol’ patriarchal meanie. A prime example is the genetic risks of mature motherhood must be matched in mature fatherhood…but they’re not. I’ve had a few discussions on this and women do not like being told this truth…because notfayur and muhfeelz.

    Men like having a woman around some of the time, there’s no need. This Frankenstein man-woman seems very clear that women need men though. And she has evidence. Herself.

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  23. earl says:

    ‘It would be nice if she listed why men need women and women need men.’

    Well if she really explained the why women need men part it would certainly pop a big old hole into her mode of thinking.

    Because the main reason why men need women…all revolve around motherhood. You need a woman to be born and you need a woman to make babies.

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  24. earl says:

    Definition of hyperintellectual

    extremely or excessively intellectual

    She’s in her mind all the time. That’s probably why she has no kids or man. Kids and a man don’t come from your brain.

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  25. earl says:

    Although hyper intellectual could also mean she thinks she has all the right answers but that’s only because she has never proved them, tested them, debated them or had disagreements with others about them.

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  26. Cheque d'Out says:

    From the comments on the tradwife video

    hhh hh
    4 hours ago
    why aren’t any of you nerds talking about male prime age? male sperm creates birth defects as it ages. so males need to breed at young ages, too. not to mention the bigger the age difference between mates, the more risk for marital faliure. so no, men, shouldnt wait until they are older and try to snag a young wife. they don’t get a pass either. men need to marry and breed young also

    There you go! Exactly as I said, women’s disabilities absolutely must be present in men to at least the same degree, preferably worse.

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  27. earl says:

    ‘not to mention the bigger the age difference between mates, the more risk for marital faliure.’

    Yeah the age difference is the reason why marriages fail.

    I wonder if said poster was ever introduced to higher marital failure risk based off of how many premarital sex partners the woman had.

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  28. earl says:

    I saw this comment…I’m not sure if or when this Lauren said it, but it pretty much shows that a lot of the tradthots want to hang onto feminism to the bitter end.

    ‘Traditional marriage is not about submission to your man? Really Lauren? WTF! I guess judging by the 2018 US traditional marriage standards that you’ve got, it’s not. Judging by the millennia of history though, it is.’

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  29. earl says:

    ‘Well, yes, they don’t tell you. Men should conform to what you want. But they don’t always. Clearly as Dalrock has often suggested, weak men are screwing up Feminism.’

    On the contrary…weak men are what keep feminism going.

    It’s the strong men which don’t conform to their feminist delusions that screw up feminism.

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  30. Larry G says:

    “To be honest, fellas who have been screwed in the modern system probably don’t have sympathy.” And this last sentence sums it all up nicely.No we don’t.

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  31. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    If the woman in the post is fully aware of the 80/20 rule, she should have thought of the implications to her, personally. There is no way that eighty percent of men can be kicked out of the sexual marketplace and have it remain stable for the balance of women.
    She helped make the situation what it is. Now she can lie in the bed she made.

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  32. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Off topic, but interesting. Amusing, even, to those of us that are prone to cynicism. Runs five minutes.

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  33. This was an interesting essay. Something I noticed is she’s more focused on the problem than the solution. She doesn’t seem to take ownership of this and say, “I let others mislead me then but now I am going to reclaim my lost feminine side and learn what men actually want and need and be more that.” No. She still wants it her way, wants a relationship for HER.

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  34. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Bloom,
    Could it be that she has never been challenged to think in other than selfish terms? That is the poison that comes from feminism.

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  35. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    and another example of things always being someone else’s fault.

    this is the foundation of all of the “ism’s”. no self responsibility.

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  36. Farm Boy says:

    The Supreme Court on Monday handed a narrow victory to a Christian baker from Colorado who refused for religious reasons to make a wedding cake for a gay couple.

    https://www.cnbc.com/2018/06/04/supreme-court-rules-in-favor-of-colorado-baker-who-refused-to-make-wedding-cake-for-gay-couple-for-religious-reasons.html

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  37. Farm Boy says:

    The “LGBTQIA+ Resource Center” at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst offers a variety of “transgender handouts” addressing issues such as “Gender-Normative Privilege” and “How Can Your Campus Be More Trans-Inclusive?”

    There is also a glossary of “Transgender Terminology” that defines terms such as “Cisgender Privilege,” “Two Spirit People,” “Genderqueer Individuals,” and “Gender Affirming Surgery.”

    https://www.campusreform.org/?ID=10968

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  38. Farm Boy says:

    You’re right, they aren’t compatible. Samantha just said words. Words you may not like but harmless words.
    Rosanne made a racist comment. A harmful tweet that hurts people.
    I shouldn’t have to explain this to you Sean, you Dull cunt.

    — Kaj-Erik Eriksen™️ (@KajEriksen) May 31, 2018

    [Less intellegent that Jar-Jar this would be]

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  39. Farm Boy says:

    A third gender option for birth certificates is on track to hit liberal New York City.

    Bucking the reality that gender is intrinsically tied to sex, a new proposal offers a non-binary gender option, designated as “X,” to appear on NYC birth certificates. ​

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/31392/new-york-track-get-third-gender-option-birth-amanda-prestigiacomo

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  40. Cheque d'Out says:

    Sorry Larrry G
    https://spawnyspace.wordpress.com/2018/06/04/a-sad-siw/#comment-103172

    Took too long to see the pending comment (should not happen next time you comment, you should sail through).

    If it helps I can explain the delay is down to me having to relearn how much I don’t enjoy gardening. Now opened a beer and can be philosophical about it

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  41. Cheque d'Out says:

    Even longer failure to clear is this
    https://spawnyspace.wordpress.com/2018/06/04/a-sad-siw/#comment-103155
    (there are a few comments from Eidolon)

    Sorry Eidolon, you’re welcome to comment. Only the first comment gets hung up (unless the lazy arse who should be clearing comments is planting stuff in the garden, or in this case sleeping – then all your comments get hung up till the first is cleared.

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  42. Larry G says:

    I will try VERY hard to suppress all inappropriate laughter, ok?

    “They never explain that as a girl child, one of the most important phases in your life is the reproductive phase, when your body goes questing on a mission for a man, and without one you’re anxious, lost, hopeless, alone, a failure — stunted like a child. Something kicks in in a profound bodily way — it didn’t happen to me until I was 27, but now it won’t go away.”

    Just who are these evil “They” this girl-child keeps referring to?

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  43. Larry G says:

    “Sorry Larry G
    Took too long to see the pending comment (should not happen next time you comment, you should sail through).
    If it helps I can explain the delay is down to me having to relearn how much I don’t enjoy gardening. Now opened a beer and can be philosophical about it”

    Mate, totally not on my short list of things to get upset about today. No worries, but slightly pissed you didn’t offer me a beer as penitence

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  44. Eidolon says:

    Thanks Cheque d’Out, no problem. Got stuck in there last time too. System just doesn’t like me I guess.

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  45. Eidolon says:

    Testing if blocking a script is the problem. Feel free to delete this whether it goes through or not.

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  46. Cheque d'Out says:

    evil ‘They’…As a life-long dedicated heterosexualist I must admit that I sometimes wonder if most women are just plum insane by male standards. Their desperation to simultaneously demand:
    1) they’re just as good as any man uh-huh!
    2) that they are victims who need preferential treatment and lowered standards

    No man worthy of the term could demand those two things simultaneously. And no, soy-boys don’t count as men. I truly hope that they can red-pill themselves and join us, I’m very keen to see them undo the programming when they realise that nobody cares what a cucked man thinks. Both the men and women despise you. Become a man and enter the world where only femeroids hate you. And who the hell cares what they think?

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  47. Cheque d'Out says:

    Larry G, I had a beer based barbecue on the weekend. I have a very fine selection of beers and ales to offer you. Currently drinking lager as a medicinal counter to dehydration; Stella, Kronie and Amstel.

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  48. Cheque d'Out says:

    Eidolon, there does seem to be an issue. We’ve seen it before. I’ll keep an eye out for it. Farm Boy and Cill will hopefully do the same; then we have all the timezones covered.

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  49. Eidolon says:

    I think “They” is whoever was supposed to fix this situation for her, or anticipate her problems and make sure they didn’t happen. I’m picturing her as one of the Lemmings from that old DOS game — “They” was supposed to go ahead of her and make sure she just had to walk forward and everything would go smoothly.

    In all her independence it never seems to have occurred to her to actually think about what she wanted and what she would want in the future and plan how to get from A to B. She just “independently” did whatever she thought she was supposed to do for no real reason. Hence why independence, especially for women, is worthless.

    While I feel quite a bit of contempt for her, this is why we need to organize society properly. Most people drift along and never make many real, intentional decisions. It’s important for the system we have to guide them in the right direction.

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  50. Eidolon says:

    Well, I don’t want to be a hassle. You can get to my comments whenever. Should I try using a different type of account? I just figured I’d use the same one as at Dalrock’s place.

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  51. Larry G says:

    “…I must admit that I sometimes wonder if most women are just plum insane by male standards. Their desperation to simultaneously demand:
    1) they’re just as good as any man uh-huh!
    2) that they are victims who need preferential treatment and lowered standards”

    I think the technical term you are grasping for is ‘Batshit Crazy’, and agreed…the vast majority (some 99.3% by the last liberal Pew survey) are certifiably nuts. I’m partial to a Black & Tan or a straight properly poured Guinness.

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  52. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    LarryG,
    I wonder what a world where beer can be downloaded would be like.

    About beer, it used to be that women made it, until breweries came into being. Do you think that women regret giving that up?

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  53. Cheque d'Out says:

    Got a feeling that Eidolon did something very bad in a previous lifetime. Every comment gets caught and I have no idea why…

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  54. Larry G says:

    Fuzzy,
    I seriously doubt women regret giving up anything that might remotely please or benefit men…they probably just got bored with brewing low octane swill and as in anything technical, turned brewing over to men to perfect.

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  55. Cheque d'Out says:

    Not sure that I’ve tried a Black and Tan but I know the history to some extent. Someone who likes a Black and Tan and also Guinness probably has an interesting history.

    Any views on BREXIT? I’m English and I want OUT of the EU. The Irish Republic is being used as a pawn in the BREXIT battle IMHO. Neither their nor our interests are being put front and centre, merely those of the EU and the remainiac brexit denialists. Though I admit to maybe, just maybe, being biased in my viewpoint

    I’d really rather we and the Irish Republic got together and made an agreement that we both liked whilst the EU went to fuck itself.

    You’re welcome to whatever views that you have. Especially as I have now solved my dehydration problem, if you catch my drift. This is a freewheeling place

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  56. Cheque d'Out says:

    Some of my leftover beers (they’re mine, all mine, I tell you):
    Butty Bach
    Two Hoots
    Boon Doggle
    Old Tom
    Hooky Mild
    St Peter’s Golden Ale
    1968
    Whitechapel Porter
    Trooper
    Sticky Toffee Pudding
    Old Hooky

    Not beers to be drunk to solve dehydration, beers to be savoured.

    If you like Guinness, you might like
    https://www.hooky.co.uk/product/double-stout-abv-4-8/

    I find it very acceptable indeed

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  57. Larry G says:

    “Someone who likes a Black and Tan and also Guinness probably has an interesting history.” St. Andrew’s Cross..I like stirring shit up once in awhile, minor payback for Culloden.

    BREXIT is way the hell over due. I never quite understood why any sovereign country, especially the UK, would listen to, let alone follow the dictates from BELGIUM?? Seriously, Belgium? The EU, IMHO, is as important as a fart in a hurricane…

    “I’d really rather we and the Irish Republic got together and made an agreement that we both liked whilst the EU went to fuck itself.” And I could cheer for that!

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  58. Larry G says:

    I worked in Saudi Arabia some years ago and has the good fortune to be assigned my living quarters with the Brits, Irish, more than a few mad Scots and one pathetic Kiwi. A year in hell. Some of the more enterprising crew decided to brew some refreshments in the laundry room. After proper aging measured in hours, a good time was had by all…The Saudis were none the wiser.

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  59. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    LarryG,
    Women would see it that way, performing a service to men. They would not fully appreciate that they were the source of beer. Silly they are.

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  60. Cheque d'Out says:

    Well, I don’t want to be a hassle. You can get to my comments whenever. Should I try using a different type of account? I just figured I’d use the same one as at Dalrock’s place.

    Last time we ended up suspecting that it was because the guy was using a phone and maybe his IP address did suspicious things. If you’re fine on Dalrock’s, I’m not sure why there’d be an issue here.

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  61. Larry G says:

    Well, well…that Hook Norton DOUBLE STOUT is near the top of my to-do list when I fly to the UK this fall to visit. Going drinking with a friend of mine from Northwich and we may or may not go directly home after pub crawling.

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  62. Cheque d'Out says:

    The Hook Norton brewery is a fine establishment. Old Hooky is pretty much my favourite. As I understand it *cough* you can camp locally to the brewery (easy staggering distance) at one of their pubs ‘The Gates Hang High’.
    https://www.hooky.co.uk/
    https://www.hotels.com/ho375159/the-gate-hangs-high-banbury-united-kingdom/

    TGHH also does B&B (Bed and Breakfast). It’s not the closest B&B to the historic brewery.

    They have an online shop. A Kiwi on this blog found some of their beers in New Zealand.

    Old Hooky…just saying

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  63. Larry G says:

    Fuzzy, having to slow down a little on typing my comments….the hysterical bastard who is paying for my minimal labor is in a minor snit about “breaks”. SHE will get over it I’m sure.

    “Women would see it that way, performing a service to men. They would not fully appreciate that they were the source of beer. Silly they are.” I am sooooo happy that I do not have a western wife. Mine actually enjoys pleasing me 95% of the time.

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  64. Cheque d'Out says:

    95%? Living the dream, brother

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  65. Larry G says:

    “95%? Living the dream, brother” Yes, I thought so too after I reviewed the cost-per-year of keeping her. Actually, I bought her from her father for a reasonable price, she demonstrated value by cooking a full meal solo, pouring a drink without spilling any, excellent back massage and in early part of our marriage, a daily foot washing. Ahem….I suppose you might guess my woman is NOT from the “civilized western world’, yes?

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  66. Cheque d'Out says:

    Well, I don’t think that you caught my ex-wife on the rebound

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  67. Larry G says:

    “Well, I don’t think that you caught my ex-wife on the rebound”
    Hmmm…lemme check..did she kook good in a full burka? If not then no

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  68. Cheque d'Out says:

    We experimented a bit but didn’t get to one of them. We’re talking a long time ago now, that wasn’t a thing outside of National Geographic

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  69. Cill says:

    Patriarch at 5:36 am

    We should have it covered. As you say, between the 3 of us the sun never sets on ss.

    Approval of a comment via Pending approves the comment but not always the commenter. Approving from History approves both. I did this for Tom the Maori and it worked. I did it for a couple of others as well, and as far as I know it worked for them too.

    Next time an Eidolon comment is in pending or spam, try approving him via the History tab.

    [Implement this tip I will]

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  70. SFC Ton says:

    Just to reiterate that biology doesn’t care about your feelings…

    ‘For Women Who Want Kids, ‘the Sooner the Better’: 90 Percent of Eggs Gone By Age 30′

    https://abcnews.go.com/GMA/OnCall/women-fertility-falls-lose-90-percent-eggs-30/story?id=9693015

    ………

    LOL biology is sexist

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  71. earl says:

    ‘The tradwife has a master’s degree in women’s spirituality…ISYN. ‘

    Isn’t that just a fancy term for witchcraft?

    She’s always seemed kind of odd to me.

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  72. SFC Ton says:

    Definition of hyperintellectual

    extremely or excessively intellectual
    ………

    My maternal grandfather helped create the US nuclear arsenal then they switched him to guidance systems for ICBMS. He never described hismlef as an intellectual

    Way back in the day I had this young kid show up to my platoon. He had a master’s degree in some kind of math and another one in statistics but he wanted a break from book learning so he joined the army and wanted to go shoot hajjis. Any rate, he dropped out of college during his phd stuff because the people teaching the classes didn’t have anything to teach him. Now he is like this supper nerd for hire deal where he sloves math problems for tech companies when their in house nerds can’t figure it out. And he builds robots in his free time.

    I have never heard him describe himself as an intellectual.

    I think the only people who use that term is semi smart kids who mistake reading a lot and having a big vocabulary with actual high end IQ.

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  73. Alan Kardec says:

    “Hyper intellectualism”: This means just one thing: the Hamster is an angry Rhino.

    To me this is not a calling card for EITHER sex. I’ve spent my life around writers and scientists and academics of all stripes. They are all intolerable unless infused with a dollop of humility. Refer to yourself as “intellectual” and I’m with Ton; what BS! A little mind chock full of confirmation bias.

    Raw IQ (no telling if this writer actually has much) is grossly overrated anyway. I go for “traction” meaning how much of your smarts can you actually use to move you forward rather than just spinning your wheels (this article is FULL of wheel spinning). Many of these intellectual types may have high horsepower but low traction. And the faux intellectuals, meaning the half smart jargon spewers that universities tend to give degrees to, are worse; low horsepower, NO traction.

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  74. SFC Ton says:

    As a life-long dedicated heterosexualist I must admit that I sometimes wonder if most women are just plum insane by male standards…..

    ………
    You having to wonder if women are insane makes me question your sanity

    Sane men don’t wonder about that shit. They know it for a certain

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  75. SFC Ton says:

    Raw IQ (no telling if this writer actually has much) is grossly overrated anyway. I go for “traction” meaning how much of your smarts can you actually use to move you forward rather than just spinning your wheels (this article is FULL of wheel spinning). Many of these intellectual types may have high horsepower but low traction. And the faux intellectuals, meaning the half smart jargon spewers that universities tend to give degrees to, are worse; low horsepower, NO traction.

    ………..

    Interesting concept. The smartest guy I know is profoundly lonely, unhappy and has refered to his intelligence as a curse.

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  76. SFC Ton says:

    Some of my leftover beers
    ……..

    What is “leftover” beer? Is that a real thing or did you just make it up to fuck with us?

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  77. Cheque d'Out says:

    There was a lot of beer. We drank not quite a lot of beer. It’s merely maths and avoiding a crippling hangover.

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  78. SFC Ton says:

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/amphtml/news/morning-mix/wp/2018/06/04/a-car-crashed-into-a-little-league-game-the-brave-man-who-died-saving-kids-had-a-dark-secret/

    Seems to me, this man squared the deal before he meet his Maker. We all fuck up. Not everyone gets the chance to even the score up like he did

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  79. Farm Boy says:

    The tradwife has a master’s degree in women’s spirituality

    Is women’s spirituality way different than men’s?

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  80. Larry G says:

    “Is women’s spirituality way different than men’s?” Could be a woman’s spirituality is only normal for 3/4 of a month at a time.

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  81. Farm Boy says:

    I don’t think that is included in the curriculum

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  82. Larry G says:

    I just can’t stand it, I have to know…what classes could someone possibly take to get a “…a master’s degree in women’s spirituality.” It almost sounds like a degree from Hogwarts

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  83. Larry G says:

    Druid 101
    Zen and the Mystical Vagina
    Meditation during Menstruation
    Advanced Naval Gazing
    Ridding Oneself of Penis Envy through Yoga
    Art of Male Lawyer Manipulation prior to Frivorce
    Cleavage – The antidote to male gaze

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  84. Farm Boy says:

    To be truthful in signaling its actual value, it should have been labeled “Women’s Spirituality Studies”

    “Studies” being the key word that signifies uselessness

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  85. earl says:

    ‘Is women’s spirituality way different than men’s?’

    Depends on who is the focus of spirituality.

    Is it God the Father, Christ the Son, and the Holy Spirit?

    Or it is some new agey pagan-goddess-princess-vag worship spirituality. LIke this

    ‘Druid 101
    Zen and the Mystical Vagina
    Meditation during Menstruation
    Advanced Naval Gazing
    Ridding Oneself of Penis Envy through Yoga
    Art of Male Lawyer Manipulation prior to Frivorce
    Cleavage – The antidote to male gaze’

    Given she’s says she’s a Christian…I hope it’s the first. Depending on what denomination though…I’d like to know the cirriculum.

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  86. earl says:

    From Bloom’s article about the Sex and the City bit…another great insight into this odd lifestyle.

    ‘I felt proud. I was rubbing shoulders with celebs and the goddess herself: Carrie Bradshaw, a k a Sarah Jessica Parker.’

    First problem…making some tv show lady who follows a script written by gay men a ‘goddess’. They aren’t.

    ‘I was considered by many to be Carrie Bradshaw 2.0. And I was happy to be given that identity for a while, but it was all a lie. At the premiere, I also felt like a fraud, insecure and embarrassed — like I didn’t belong.’

    Because that lifestyle is a fraud.

    ‘The show was my road map. Of all the die-hard fans I knew, I was the most influenced by “SATC.” At Georgetown University, where I enrolled in 1999, I started to wear dresses and learned how to do my makeup and curl my hair. The newfound male attention I received felt exhilarating.’

    Attention isn’t commitment. Men can give you attention all day for looking pretty…look at instatwitbook.

    ‘Based on what I knew from “SATC,” I expected the city to sweep me off my feet. I envisioned nonstop brunching and shopping.’

    Again a tv show. I don’t expect MASH to be an accurate portrait of a war hospital.

    ‘Between 2004 and 2011, I filmed nine TV pilots — many of which were reality shows, and all of which were a derivation of some kind of “SATC” role for me. I was always the Carrie. In one pilot, I hosted for Animal Planet; the premise was that your dog would choose whom you’d go out with.’

    Living in a fantasy world.

    ‘I dated a woman for a while, a beautiful entrepreneur who was also jilted by New York — that’s definitely not something you saw Carrie do. But dating is not front and center in my life anymore, although it was all I talked about in my 20s. That’s pretty one-dimensional.’

    Nah but being a lesbian is something you do when you live a feminist lifestyle.

    ‘I want to be a different role model from the one I got. Two months ago, I started seeing someone I never would have dated 10 years earlier. Back then, I wasn’t looking to get married or seek a lifelong partner, and that was a mistake. This man is a very reasonable choice, and I’m at a place in my life where reasonable is very sexy.’

    And I hope your humility continues. We’ve seen enough women do the switch to the Steady Eddie after the Party 20s. But something tells me if the goddess-feminist mindset hasn’t been fully rejected she could eject out of that one too.

    [The Farce strong in this one it was (and maybe still is)]

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  87. earl says:

    This…this is why women need fathers and husbands who love them. To point out the stupid lies their little fantasy world’s create and to point out the truth. That’s called love.

    Did she have a father at any point tell her this path wasn’t the best for her? This is where I think weak men keep feminism going.

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  88. earl says:

    Now if she did have a father who told her otherwise and she rebelled…that’s on her.

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  89. Farm Boy says:

    Human memories are imperfect. Our brains can create false memories, and we find it harder to remember everything as we get older.

    Normally we get by without it being too much of an issue — unless we develop a brain disease like Alzheimer’s. But losing your memory can be alarming, and people sometimes worry as it can be a sign of something more serious. That’s why there’s such an emphasis on memory improvement and brain training in scientific research— people are keen to keep their minds fresh for as long as possible.

    According to new research, sex could be one of the ways you can reduce memory loss.

    http://www.businessinsider.com/sex-could-improve-memory-2018-6

    [Vouch for this I can]

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  90. earl says:

    I’d argue both could be blue pill. Nonetheless…good point.

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  91. Choicy says:

    Have you jokers tried Fosters mate

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  92. Choicy says:

    Diggers don’t sip Fosters mate they pour it down the hatch.

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  93. Choicy says:

    Intellectuals remind me of a Zimbabwe dollar which wouldn’t buy a tin of shit. You would need 367 Zimbabwe dollars to buy one greenback dollar about now and more than that in a hour’s time.

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  94. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    This is for our Glorious Patriarch to cheer him up. Runs ten and a half minutes.

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  95. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Choicy,
    So much Foster’s is consumed in North America that it is being brewed under license in Canada.. I hope the quality does not degrade. Miller Brewing Co. tried that with Lowenbrau and Tuborg and it was never the same to only get worse with time.

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  96. earl says:

    ‘As a life-long dedicated heterosexualist’

    Is that something we have to identify now?

    It used to be…as a guy who likes THE LADIES….

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  97. Cheque d'Out says:

    Absolutely Khan’t is useless. Crime in London is soaring. All he has is shit stirring and diversion. Bit of a Trudeau figure, but Trudy after the consequences of his shit decisions start rolling in big stylee. Trades isn’t there yet. Yet.

    The House of Lords is working very hard to get itself abolished or deeply reformed. They are not elected and they’re blocking the elected House of Commons from implementing BREXIT. BREXIT was in the manifesto of the Tories and Laba. The established principle is that the HoL do not interfere with manifesto pledges.

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  98. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Earl,
    Such a thing may have only become necessary in the wake of feminism discovering gender fluidity in women. Who knows what else they may discover? I doubt that it will prove of much use.

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  99. Cheque d'Out says:

    Fosters is a workhorse lager. It serves to rehydrate and relax the muscles. I have Stella and Kronie (1664) for that. They’re a bit stronger but then the rehydration is less of an issue here (though the weather has been pleasant for weeks now). Correction; much, much less of an issue.

    The beers at the party were the taste and savour the different flavours types. Or that was the idea. They weren’t pricey, the point was to be interesting.

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  100. earl says:

    All feminism discovered is which people are normal and which people have mental illnesses.

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  101. Cheque d'Out says:

    Every course in that degree would have been about muh vagina, muh feelz, muh feels about muh vagina or how muh vagina feelz about muh life.

    Turbocharged female gender solipsism.

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  102. earl says:

    ‘Every course in that degree would have been about muh vagina, muh feelz, muh feels about muh vagina or how muh vagina feelz about muh life.’

    But if you are a male, don’t sexually objectify them.

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  103. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    As for crime in London, it is now worse than Harlem and Harlem is only one square mile. It is beginning to look as if the police are an irrelevancy. Runs three and a half minutes.

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  104. Cill says:

    “As a life-long dedicated heterosexualist”

    So you are saying women are heterosexualistic?

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  105. Cill says:

    So you are saying women are heterosexualistical?

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  106. Cill says:

    So you are saying women are into heterosexualisticalism?

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  107. Cheque d'Out says:

    Cill, probably.

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  108. Cill says:

    So you are saying women are heterosexualisticallismically predisposed?

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  109. Cheque d'Out says:

    I haven’t read about Barnacledick’s action myself, but I gather that there was another guy involved who aided/was aided by Mr Clamp-a-snatch.

    The crime is coming to the streets where the nice people live…this was never the plan by the Quislington set. They wanted to virtue signal while others paid the price. This is getting awkward.

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  110. Cill says:

    Spawny, I don’t know about you but I draw the line at heterosexualisticalism. That’s a bit over the top, I think. Others might hold a different view.

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  111. Ame says:

    Larry G
    9h ago
    “Is women’s spirituality way different than men’s?” Could be a woman’s spirituality is only normal for 3/4 of a month at a time.

    BWAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!! larry, you crack me up!!! if only it weren’t so true!!!

    until . . . perimenopause … then it’s pretty much 24/7 indefinitely!!!

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  112. Ame says:

    Cill – you’re cracking me up! how are you, Mate?! 🙂

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  113. Ame says:

    Choicy – one hundred trillion dollars – that’s crazy insane.

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  114. Cheque d'Out says:

    “But if you are a male, don’t sexually objectify them.”

    That would be wrong

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  115. Cill says:

    “Choicy,
    So much Foster’s is consumed in North America that it is being brewed under license in Canada.”

    Are you kidding me? Fuzzy?

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  116. Cheque d'Out says:

    Think I might have had Tuborg in Denmark many moons ago. Not sure about any ‘brewed under license’ in America though.

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  117. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Cill,
    My information was old, so I looked it up. It is not just the US and Canada. It is brewed in Brazil and the UK under license too.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Foster%27s_Lager
    How they expect it to taste consistently is a bit of a mystery to me. Still, Coca Cola manages to.

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  118. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    Both US brewed Tuborg and Lowenbrau went by the wayside in the early nineties. I don’t think that anyone cried over their absence.

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  119. Cheque d'Out says:

    I was a student when Fosters and 4X (its big competitor from Aus) arrived in the UK. They were very welcome at the time. We were drinking Harp and Carling at the time. Fosters and 4X were a noticeable step up in taste from a small increase in strength. But since then the market has improved markedly.

    If I lived somewhere as damned hot as Aus I’d want an easy drinking lager to drink by the bucket. But when it comes to enjoying the taste there are many interesting options.

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  120. Cill says:

    “Absolutely Khan’t”

    Don’t expect me to disagree with you there my fine old friend.

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  121. Cheque d'Out says:

    I recently found a video on youbend that explained what went wrong with American beer back in the day. How the catastrophe of US budweiser came to be inflicted upon the good colonial folk.

    Last I was in the States (some years back) I found many beers to enjoy, you’ve come a long way. Having watched the video above, I have to say that I like my dark beers earthy (UK hops) while I’m happy to have more citrus-y (US hops) lighter beers and ales.

    Diversity in beers is something to be celebrated.

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  122. Cheque d'Out says:

    Aha! Found it

    The problem was the higher protein levels in local US barley

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  123. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    A lot of good info in that video. The impact of Prohibition cannot be overstated. As for classic pale American lager, it is next to impossible to duplicate unless you are brewing on a huge scale.

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  124. Cheque d'Out says:

    And I don’t know why you’d want to bother TBH. The beer’s clear but has no taste…not winning

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  125. Cill says:

    Spawny and Fuzzy you blokes I’m going to try to catch up on some sleep. Look forward to your company tomorrow.

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  126. earl says:

    Another woman talking about woman’s role in marriage and takes it to the logical conclusion it must somehow be abusive.

    ‘STUDENT SERIES! A WOMAN’S ROLE IN MARRIAGE’

    https://jisforjourney.com/2018/06/04/student-series-a-womans-role-in-marriage/

    Stay single sweetheart. Nobody will abuse you when you live alone with cats.

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  127. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Earl,
    Oh yes they can! I can see the cats “hounding” her for the special food from a can. They are good at that.

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  128. Stephanie says:

    LOL on the hypersexualisticalism (???) and gender spirituality studies!!!!!!

    What on earth is that stuff???

    Apparently I’m no where near a hyper-intellectual like this girl is 😛

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  129. Stephanie says:

    lol poor lady…

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  130. Cheque d'Out says:

    So how’s the LabaLive concert going? That was supposed to be a fundraiser for the labia party under Jezza.

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  131. Cheque d'Out says:

    Stephanie, nothing to do with her having a face like a bulldog licking piss off of a nettle while chewing a wasp then? Or that she’s 300lbs of bad personality?

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  132. earl says:

    What Stephanie posted is THE example why.

    The hot air balloon sized ego…she couldn’t possibly let anybody else in to her wonderful life.

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  133. earl says:

    For all we know hypergamy isn’t so much what they are actually…but how highly they think of themselves.

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  134. Cheque d'Out says:

    On the bright side, this ego + hypergamy is why they won’t be destroying men in marriage, or having kids.

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  135. Larry G says:

    “”People ask me, “Why are you single? You’re attractive, intelligent and creative.” My reply is: “I’m overqualified.””

    My counter-question to this so-called female would be: “Darling, specifically overqualified in or at what? Obviously not in humility.”

    Still the crack o’ dawn here and I’m only on my first pot of coffee. Once I get both eyes open simultaneously and all brain cell engaged I may have further snotty comments to make.

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  136. Stephanie says:

    LOL wow!!!! Well that paints a nice mental image… 😀

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  137. Larry G says:

    Stephanie, Can you be a little more precise? Mental image of…..?

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  138. I wonder if Fosters here tastes the same as the Aussie version? Interesting…

    I would agree for the longest time American beer meant bud or coors or Miller, all sour, bland, and watery. Now with micro brewers luckily that’s changed.

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  139. Cheque d'Out says:

    Larry, if I had to guess, it was her having a face like a bulldog licking piss off of a nettle while chewing a wasp

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  140. Cheque d'Out says:

    Stephanie, mission accomplished then. #Smug

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  141. Larry G says:

    Well, I have to admit that WAS a pretty good early morning visualization. I have a bit of sympathy for the wasp.

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  142. Larry G says:

    I posted this over at RPGs blog earlier. Another fine upstanding American institution all shot to hell….

    https://www.cnn.com/2018/06/05/us/miss-america-swimsuit-trnd/index.html

    No more tits & ass wiggling on stage for male amusement..The SJW have taken over…oops.

    “But the elimination of swimsuits isn’t the only change coming to the 97-year-old event. The evening gown competition is being revamped as well. Carlson said contestants will be able to wear “whatever they choose.”
    The big changes to Miss America had been expected since the Miss America organization is now being led entirely by women for the first time.
    Just last month Regina Hopper was appointed president and CEO of the Miss America Organization, and Marjorie Vincent-Tripp was named as chair of the Board of Trustees of the Miss America Foundation. They joined Carlson, who was named chairwoman in December.
    The female trio takes over for the leaders of the Miss America Organization who resigned in December after the Huffington Post revealed that leaders and employees had sent emails disparaging pageant contestants, including references to their weight and sex lives.”

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  143. Cheque d'Out says:

    “The Miss America Board of Trustees has announced that it … will no longer judge contestants based on physical appearance.”
    https://www.infowars.com/miss-america-contestants-will-no-longer-be-judged-on-personal-appearance/

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  144. Larry G says:

    Right! The contestant may well be a lifelike imitations of the Graf Zeppelin in breadth and width, having a few tasteful tats, rainbow hair and assorted flesh piercings…but must be only judged on her outstanding intelligence and wit, yes?

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  145. Larry G says:

    and it is now impolite to ask the female about her past sexual history; please, no mention of how many football teams she banged last month…very crass

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  146. Yes Fosters is brewed here by Labatts, available at The Beer Store, but does not have much of a following here as it tastes much like Blue, a Canadian staple.

    And how typically, practical. The actual corporate name of where you buy booze in Ontario is “The Beer Store”

    http://www.thebeerstore.ca

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  147. Cheque d'Out says:

    “and it is now impolite to ask the female about her past sexual history; please, no mention of how many football teams she banged last month…very crass”

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  148. I have never tried Blue, will have to look for that too.

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  149. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    It sounds like Miss America will be judged by feminist standards. Good luck with that.

    Horseman,
    When I was a kid, I used to love the Hamm’s beer commercials. I am glad that Labatt’s carried on with that.

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  150. Cheque d'Out says:

    Brace yourself for bad ne…

    …ahh fuckit, make it so. Today.

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  151. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    It took a while, but I remembered who Gretchen Carlson was. Her contract was not renewed by Fox News and she sued Roger Ailes. While she is a former Miss America, 1989, that does not make her a good choice to be Chairwoman of the Miss America board.
    This is not going to end well. I keep having errant thoughts of sexual harassment lawsuits against the WNBA because it is overwhelmed by lesbians.

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  152. Farm Boy says:

    Two national publications—the New York Times and the Atlantic—have recently reported on procedural abuses in the Title IX system. Both pieces are must-reads, and reminders of how the one-sided nature of campus Title IX tribunals, analyzed for years mostly by smaller media outlets like this one, has at last decisively permeated mainstream media.

    https://www.mindingthecampus.org/2018/06/04/the-gross-unfairness-of-title-ix-goes-national/

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  153. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    I just realized that we are coming up on the second anniversary of the Brexit vote. It seems as if your misery will never end.

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  154. Farm Boy says:

    A teacher with principles

    As soon as ninth-grader Eric Rollins walked into her morning social studies class sporting his MAGA hat, his teacher, 34-year-old Amanda Higgins, stepped up by immediately pulling him out into the hallway and telling him point-blank that she would no longer be meeting him in secret to have sex in the football field snack stand during study halls. Yep, this teacher is the kind of heroic lover of freedom who simply refuses to have an affair with any student of hers who supports Trump’s despicable administration.

    https://resistancehole.clickhole.com/resistance-win-when-one-of-her-students-wore-a-maga-ha-1826535239

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  155. Farm Boy says:

    The Final Year also shows us Samantha Power’s Election Night party, featuring such feminist luminaries as Gloria Steinem and Madeleine Albright. The evening begins jubilantly, as the partygoers congratulate each other and anxiously await history.

    Then they get it. Good and hard.

    They thought they knew everything. They thought they had it all figured out. To this day, they’re still trying to figure out how the rest of us failed them.

    https://pjmedia.com/trending/the-final-act-of-the-final-year-is-the-best-comedy-of-2018/

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  156. Cill says:

    “How are you, Mate?”

    Thank you for asking, Ame.

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  157. Cill says:

    It’s 4:10 am here, which probably says a lot.

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  158. Cheque d'Out says:

    This is seriously the line being pushed by the UK establishment.

    That’s right folks, trust the establishment.

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  159. Cill says:

    .

    Buggar

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  160. Cheque d'Out says:


    where’re the damned eyes of newt?

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  161. copperfox3c says:

    The cognitive dissonance is strong with that lady. There was actually a really interesting article a couple days ago in the NY post from a lady about how “Sex and the City screwed up her life”:

    https://nypost.com/2018/06/02/dating-columnist-reveals-how-sex-and-the-city-ruined-her-life/

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  162. Larry G says:

    A man and his wife were driving home one very cold night when the wife asks her husband to stop the car. There was a baby skunk lying at the side of the road, and she got out to see if it was still alive.

    It was, and she said to her husband,

    ” It’s nearly frozen to death. ”

    ” Can we take it with us, get it warm, and let it go in the morning ? ”

    He says, ” O.K. Get in the car with it. ”

    ” Where shall I put it to get warm ” ?

    He says, ” Put it in between your legs. It’s nice and warm there. ”

    ” But what about the smell ? ”

    He says, ” Just hold its little nose “.

    The man is expected to recover, but the skunk she used to beat him with, died at the scene .

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  163. Farm Boy says:

    Based on surveys of 828 STEM students, the professors conclude that female students believe they work harder than their male classmates for similar grades, indicating that “women’s higher perceived effort levels are not rewarded.”

    Female students’ sense of self-efficacy is strongly predicted by grades, the professors note, fretting that this may discourage students sense of motivation to stay in STEM.

    “These findings support the notion that grade discouragement leads to within-semester motivational declines…

    https://dalrock.wordpress.com/2018/06/05/go-ahead-try-to-make-this-stuff-up/

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  164. earl says:

    No such thing as…it just happened.

    ‘9 Fun Facts About Sexual Immorality and Idolatry’

    http://savingeve.net/sexual-immorality-and-idolatry/

    ‘1. Promiscuity on part of the wife is the only biblical grounds for a husband to divorce a wife (Matthew 5:32; 19:9)

    Hence the disciples shock at Christ’s teaching. When a man takes a wife, she is under his care and instruction for life… in spite of any foolishness or sinful behavior she engages in. It would do a man well to learn to enjoy the process of shaping an imperfect woman into a radiant bride.

    2. Promiscuity is a manifestation of one’s inner character and desires. (Matthew 5:28; Mark 7:21)

    One does not simply fall into promiscuity by impulse. It is a manifestation of one’s inner thought life. If someone is engaging in promiscuity, it is because they already corrupted themselves on the inside. It’s a reflection of their true character. Hence we should not “feel sorry” for someone living a sexually promiscuous lifestyle. Rather, we should expose the error of their ways and lovingly point them to repentance and the path of life.’

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  165. SFC Ton says:

    Re take the colonies? They need to re take London 1st

    But america is no longer a nation for of English decdants

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  166. SFC Ton says:

    We should all agree to not post photos on non-bangable bitches

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  167. SFC Ton says:

    …..radiant bride…

    Bitch speak right there

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  168. SFC Ton says:

    Sex and the city….

    There is a shit ton I don’t understand about that show but chief among them is how does anyone think that hooked nosed bitch Parker is attractive

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  169. Cheque d'Out says:

    She was described in a UK comedy show as some kind of magical seahorse iirc.

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  170. Cheque d'Out says:

    This guy did it. The Bieber joke is masterful

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  171. SFC Ton says:

    LOL Can’t understand a thing they say in that video

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  172. Cheque d'Out says:

    He’s Glaswegian, I think. I understand your issue.

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