One Trick Ponies

I have recently come into contact with several over 40 divorced women.  Their physical appearances are still effective enough to attract male attention.  They have that going for them.  Unfortunately, they don’t have much else.

It really is a sad sight to see.  They are all semi-desperate to desperate to gain a commitment from a man (and most importantly his resources).  I am projecting that marriage is not in the cards for any of them; the best they will do is live-in.

They find themselves in this situation; how did they get there?

From what I can piece together, it mostly happens like this: lots of sex when young, marriage to a narcissist bad boy type, kid(s), divorce for obvious reasons, more sex, maybe more kids, government aid, working their one asset, then what?

They are like the underpants gnomes.

Phase I: Use your sexuality to attract narcissitic men that make you tingle, have kids, then divorce

Phase II

Phase III: Live happily ever after off of a man’s resources.

I am sure that this was not their plan from the get-go.  Probably they had no plan from the get-go.  Even when the need for a plan became obvious, they went back to the old tried and true.  Perhaps they might have tried to develop job skills or such, women are free to make money just like men after all.

What will become of them, who knows?

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113 comments on “One Trick Ponies
  1. earl says:

    ‘Their physical appearances are still effective enough to attract male attention. They have that going for them. Unfortunately, they don’t have much else.’

    They instigated a divorce…what should that tell a man about their heart and who they are now?

    They can have some fleeting looks, enough to get some passing attention…but we shouldn’t be mesmerized by that.

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  2. Farm Boy says:

    I will write a follow up to this. There is more to be considered

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Farm Boy says:

    And yes, there are measures of narcissistic behavior in all the men in these women’s lives, present and past. It is a selling point to these women. And they wonder about how they got to their present position…


  4. SFC Ton says:

    About 3 weeks back one of the medical no bodies at Girl#1 work was bitching. She left her husband to find her soul mate and she hadn’t found shit while he was married to a younger woman with a new baby.

    Laughed my was off. Which wasn’t well received but fuck ’em. It’s funny and everyone at the table was a woman or a dude who went to college so it wasn’t like they posed any sort of credible threat

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  5. earl says:

    It should show living a life of rebellion, while it doesn’t appear to be a plan, is in fact a plan. Sex before marriage with men who won’t commit, extramartial sex, divorcing the man who does commit, trying to recreate your 20s when your body is clearly in its 40s. The thrills and tingles of the moment seem like they’d never end…however as is pointed out many times in Scripture or getting whacked in the face with life, it ends badly for the wicked. Nobody ever wants to accept the consequences that come after the thrills.

    It’s not only unlawful sex…you could point to drug abuse, eating too much junk food, living life in the fast lane, gambling, etc. We all like the thrills and hate the later results. The hangover, the debt, the bulbous gut.

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  6. SFC Ton says:

    Betas are gonna beta

    Liked by 1 person

  7. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

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  8. earl says:

    Is that your retort, Ton?


  9. mgtowhorseman says:

    What will become of them??


    Absolutely BRUTAL but honest. Women 25-29 should be forced to watch.
    “The Wall is Undefeated!!”


  10. earl says:

    Behind every weak beta is a rebellious woman. I don’t support rebellious women.


  11. mgtowhorseman says:

    As the video says….what do men want in exchange for commitment aka resources
    Not ONS…for their commitment… a 35+ year old post wall pre menaupause

    1. Kids…………………….no or little fertility…Stiirike!
    2. Fun……………………..the guys, sports, hobbies (- your attitude) ….Stttttttttrike!
    3. Companionship… a dog (- your shit tests)……Sttttttrrrrike!
    4. Respect…,…………, achievements (- your 254 bulletlist)….Sttttttriiiike!
    5. Enthusiastic Sex….you looked in a mirror (- your 57 chad history)…Stttttrike!

    Your job, your I.Q., your degree, your money, your shoes mean exactly
    Jack Shit to us!

    What do you offer post Wall that is worth 30,000 a year which is half an average salary if he lives with you and splits his resources in your joint house.


    Tonights DARE (because no one took my last one)

    Explain exactly, in dollars and time spent working for it, that you bring thst is worth the equivalent of a new truck, a house downpayment, or a fishing boat

    How are you worth 30,000 each and every year for the joy of co habitating with y’all

    I DARE YOU!!


  12. mgtowhorseman says:

    Plus we gave em five strikes and they didn’t even swing, they just watched the soft lobs and cried cause the bat was too heavy!


  13. mgtowhorseman says:

    Anyone…ONE thing that is worth sharing even one years salary in a LTR that I can’t get on my own….just one.

    As the Clooney says…’Sell it to me”

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  14. earl says:

    ‘Anyone…ONE thing that is worth sharing even one years salary in a LTR that I can’t get on my own….just one.’

    There is one thing they bring we can’t get on our own…and they’d be amazed how artifical means to stop it, advanced age, and chad history destroy it.


  15. SFC Ton says:

    You are a boring two trick pony Earl, and the remove the plank from your own eye deal comes to mind because most folks are sinners/ in rebellion


  16. earl says:

    So you are saying remove the plank from my eye…stop the rebellion within me.

    Well what if I’m making the attempt to and preach to others the benefits of stopping such things? Perhaps that would help the other folks living in sin and rebellion.

    Would you prefer to stay in sin and rebellion, Ton?


  17. SFC Ton says:

    Anyone…ONE thing that is worth sharing even one years salary in a LTR that I can’t get on my own….just one.
    Depends on the man because it seems like the world is full of chumps who think they need women/ ltr. Not sure what’s up with that beyond their weakness and lack of understanding about women

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  18. SFC Ton says:

    LOL I forgot the self righteous trick. You got three ofnnthem not 2


  19. earl says:

    Would you prefer to stay in sin and rebellion, Ton?


  20. mgtowhorseman says:

    And for those who would call me a hypocrite.

    For the first 5 years Mrs made more than me in my entry level job.

    Then for three years she produced two healthy babies after brutal pregnancies.

    Years 8-12 she cared for two toddlers, her mother and her 90+ grandmother in a 4 generation home.

    Years 12-18 (kids 4-12) she was a virtual single mother in a isolated northern cottage heated with wood as my territory was half the province.

    Years 18-26 she co-raised two teenagers five horses three dogs, did daily farm chores, lugged water in-35 or helped hay in +30 plus was my sounding board for a frustrated govt mgr.

    Ok year 27 was the year from hell. I will grant that one.

    Years 28-29 she helped find us as a empty nest couple plus had four retail manager jobs in 2 years (nothing she did, stores have been dying here)

    Year 30 she helped me not kill someone when I got shitcanned and back me with our grand fuck it sell everything winter in the caribbean and summer as handyman plan.

    So yeah she earned it. In her original youth, her fertility, her pay, her willingness to do farm work, her faith in insane risks from an unemployed 55 year old.

    No she is not a unicorn. Older, wiser, class A bitch at times. But earned my respect.

    Most of all she earned it in loyalty, never giving up on family.

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  21. mgtowhorseman says:

    Match that all you I’m not happy divorcees!

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  22. SFC Ton says:

    Earl you have no moral credibility with me. You favor child rapist and the organization which protects child rapist over protecting children and what is good, right and just.

    You are in no position to ascertain my sin or rebellion or teach me anything about the word of God.


  23. earl says:

    Fair enough, Ton. But if you keep questioning my statements, I’ll keep questioning you.


  24. earl says:

    ‘Then for three years she produced two healthy babies after brutal pregnancies.’

    There’s the one thing.

    Sounds like you have a heck of a wife, horesman.


  25. SFC Ton says:

    LOL it’s allowed. You and fuzzie try to chase me off this blog, not the other way round but you will never understand how contemptible i find moral posturing from the church of child rapists and it’s supporters. Not to mention the active church participation in the destruction of Whites and the West.

    Utterly morally bankrupt. And that’s not even debating the non Bibical nature of unmarried priests, fish on Fridays during lent, stations of the cross etc etc etc


  26. Farm Boy says:

    During the early weeks after the USS Fitzgerald was speared by a lumbering Philippine container ship, it was noteworthy that the captain and a couple of admirals were publically named, but not the actual officer in charge, the officer of the deck. (OOD) The other person who should have kept the Fitz out of trouble is the person in charge of the combat information center, the Tactical Action Officer. That individual is supposed to be monitoring the combat radar, which can detect a swimmer at a distance of two miles.

    Not until a year later, when the final reports are made public and the guilty parties have been court-martialed, does the truth come out. The OOD was named Sarah, and the Tactical Action Officer was named Natalie, and they weren’t speaking to each other!!!

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  27. Stephanie says:

    Y’all are both good men we’ve learned from!!!!!!

    Earl reminds me of the saints of old – like Francis of Assisi, Augustine, etc. Or like a kind of prophet from the Old Testament who was misunderstood and judged as being “self-righteous” merely for calling the people (especially the religious leaders) out of their sin.

    And I’m certain he does not agree with the pedophilia in the Catholic Church. I’m not sure how they can ever solve that problem, since it is protected from very high up in the Vatican.

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  28. Farm Boy says:

    Real or fake?

    TAMPA, FL—Stating they could hardly wait to see what gender their little bundle of joy was going to be, Mr. and Mrs. Murphy opened their home to friends and family over the weekend to host a gender reveal party for their 15-year-old child.

    Liked by 2 people

  29. earl says:

    ‘You and fuzzie try to chase me off this blog,’

    I’m not chasing you off. I acknowledge the clergical leadership of the Catholic church failed in that regard…and will certainly have God to answer to for their acts.

    You won’t tell even me what denomination you are/were a part of. How about what ethos you ascribe to? Is it above scrutiny?


  30. Stephanie says:

    Is “Phase II” supposed to be blank? Is that the phase these women are in now?

    [Yes blank it should be]


  31. earl says:

    ‘ I’m not sure how they can ever solve that problem, since it is protected from very high up in the Vatican.’

    Whistleblowers…that type of stuff can’t stay hidden forever.

    Problem is whether it’s there or Hollywood or in the elitist camps anybody that has good authority on the matter to whistleblow suddenly commits ‘suicide’. It’s risky business.

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  32. Stephanie says:


    I just got it!

    Liked by 1 person

  33. Stephanie says:

    Sorry Farm Boy! LOL…


  34. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    $30,000 at the street rate, is 1,500 blow jobs a year.

    Like any wife is earning anywhere near that much!


  35. SFC Ton says:

    Like I said, there is always an out.


  36. SFC Ton says:

    Of course he supports child rape. Just like every hajii that gives money to caire and the Moslem brotherhood supports jihad and terrorism


  37. SFC Ton says:

    As I have stated many times over the years, I am a Knist at heart, but that generally isn’t considered a denomination as you can be a Bapsits and a Kinist, a Calvinist and a Kinist etc etc


  38. Farm Boy says:

    T.I. has some words to share regarding his beliefs on marriage.

    Taking to Instagram, the rapper/reality star made a bold claim stating that the male species is not naturally inclined to marry, and his comments are certain to upset many.

    Tip, who, after a series of marital changes and looming divorce news involving his relationship with his wife Tiny, is still married, took to IG to share what he claims is a sentiment he agreed with “to a degree.”

    Boldly titled “Why men don’t marry,” the post reads, “Because there’s nothing in it for them: What exactly does marriage offer men today? ‘Men know there’s a good chance they’ll lose their friends, their respect, their space, their sex life, their money and — if all goes wrong — their family.”


  39. Farm Boy says:

    The common denominator behind many of these trends is fatherlessness. When all other variants of race, socio-economic status, health and other obvious metrics are accounted for, fatherlessness is the single biggest predictor for many negative outcomes among boys. Male prison inmates are 85 per cent fatherless. Juvenile detention centres are likewise full of dad-deprived boys. Male violence and fatherlessness are strongly linked, even in violence-promoting political movements. Fiyaz Mughal, a radicalization specialist with the Faith Matters Network, says, “All of these (young ISIL recruits), they have an absent father … the kids fought police, fought at school, rebelled against every power structure at every opportunity.”


  40. Farm Boy says:

    Madonna, the “queen of pop,” has also celebrated herself as a “pop” — tweeting a “Happy Father’s Day” to herself on Sunday. The twice-divorced single mother is raising six children — two biological and four adopted. Rather than celebrating either of her biological children’s fathers, she celebrated herself as a “MomDad,” suggesting that she fulfills both parenting roles.


  41. earl says:

    Ok a Kinist…now I got a better understanding.

    I have one more question…what was and is the relationship you have with your father?


  42. Farm Boy says:

    A major survey sponsored by the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) and conducted by YouGov shows that college students—2225 were surveyed in late January or early February, from two- and four-year institutions— strongly support due process for accused students facing Title IX tribunals. Indeed, the gap between the policies that would flow from these numbers and the actual policies of most institutions is astonishing. Nonetheless, the figures also show some troubling underlying patterns that deserve monitoring.


  43. Farm Boy says:

    Good show I say

    It could be lies or it just could be the truth. According to Meghan Markle’s father, her newly-minted husband, Prince Harry, told him to give Trump “a chance.”


  44. Farm Boy says:

    Not very lady-like

    On Sunday, Griffin, who famously posed in an ISIS-style photo with a bloody severed Trump head, reacted to the first lady’s statement on the current Southern border situation. “F**k you, Melanie,” she wrote, purposefully spelling the first lady’s name incorrectly. “You know damn well your husband can end this immediately…you feckless complicit piece of s**t.”

    [“Outraged, therefore I am” say they do]


  45. Farm Boy says:

    The people of Germany are turning against their leadership as migration is rocking the already tenuous Berlin coalition. Crime in Germany is way up. Big mistake made all over Europe in allowing millions of people in who have so strongly and violently changed their culture!

    — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 18, 2018


  46. Farm Boy says:

    Stony Brook University in Long Island, New York, will soon become the first college in the nation to offer a master’s degree in the emerging field of “Masculinities.”

    The Master’s Program in Masculinities will be a 30-credit online program offered through the school’s Center for the Study of Men and Masculinities, which aims to “disseminate research that redefines gender relations to foster greater social justice.”


  47. earl says:

    ‘Not very lady-like’

    Feminism doesn’t age women well.


  48. earl says:

    Trump is making a protector of your nation great again.


  49. Farm Boy says:

    [Looks like a receding hairline she has.
    Odd this would be]

    Liked by 1 person

  50. earl says:

    Translation: I chose not to have children, because I didn’t want to have children.

    [Virtue signal for adulation she does.
    Never enough adulation one has]


  51. It’s good she isn’t having children, there are plenty of kids raised by idiots already!

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  52. Over two years ago I could see Europe was headed for big problems ahead. And I have always felt it’s going to end badly even though I hope it does not. It was a kindhearted idea but a bad one nonetheless. Incompatible world views do not coexist well.

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  53. Cheque d'Out says:

    Bloom, I think that Europe has to hit rock bottom. And that will not be pretty. The political leaders in western Europe are flagrantly ignoring the people (honourable exception for Italy, so far – but they are financially viable as they’re in the Euro)

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  54. Cheque d'Out says:

    Coming from a life-long (UK style*) atheist, this might sound a little strange, but can people please differentiate between the faith and the church? Even I suspect that churchianity is very different indeed from Christianity.

    (* I think that there’s a significant difference between the US atheists and most others. Christianity was definitely present in my upbringing but it never had much weight. Consequently I have no huge reaction against it – I just do not believe end of story. I suspect that I am rather Christian in my attitudes to people about me that don’t take advantage of society. This means that I am relatively objective about it’s good and bad points)

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  55. earl says:

    ‘Even I suspect that churchianity is very different indeed from Christianity.’

    I think the quick difference is churchianity worships the world, social justice issues and feminism, Christianity worships God the Father, Christ, and the Holy Spirit.

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  56. Cheque d'Out says:

    p.s. Your Glorious Patriarch has been doing manly things today (and yesterday for that matter). In order to head off muscular rebellion I have been forced to invest in alcofrolic beverages. This requirement to imbibe alcohol has been exacerbated by being required to watch England playing Tunisia at Wendyball and after 60 (out of 90) minutes we’re at 1-1. So I require a little latitude regarding my pronouncements.

    Please leave donations of sympathy at the door, I shall fetch them in when I feel capable of the task.

    Some may note the overly floral language stemming from said imbibing of alcohol. You should merely be content that I have not reached stage two; Je commencerais de parler en francais.

    p.p.s. thank you spell checker.

    p.p.p.s. Message ends

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  57. Ame says:

    saw this on fb and wondered what y’all thought:

    – – –

    Dennis Wyrick


    1. Never shake a man’s hand sitting down.
    2. Don’t enter a pool by the stairs.
    3. The man at the BBQ Grill is the closest thing to a king.
    4. In a negotiation, never make the first offer.
    5. Request the late check-out.
    6. When entrusted with a secret, keep it.
    7. Hold your heroes to a higher standard.
    8. Return a borrowed car with a full tank of gas.
    9. Play with passion or not at all…
    10. When shaking hands, grip firmly and look them in the eye.
    11. Don’t let a wishbone grow where a backbone should be.
    12. If you need music on the beach, you’re missing the point.
    13. Carry two handkerchiefs. The one in your back pocket is for you. The one in your breast pocket is for her.
    14. You marry the girl, you marry her family.
    15. Be like a duck. Remain calm on the surface and paddle like crazy underneath.
    16. Experience the serenity of traveling alone.
    17. Never be afraid to ask out the best looking girl in the room.
    18. Never turn down a breath mint.
    19. A sport coat is worth 1000 words.
    20. Try writing your own eulogy. Never stop revising.
    21. Thank a veteran. Then make it up to him.
    22. Eat lunch with the new kid.
    23. After writing an angry email, read it carefully. Then delete it.
    24. Ask your mom to play. She won’t let you win.
    25. Manners maketh the man.
    26. Give credit. Take the blame.
    27. Stand up to Bullies. Protect those bullied.
    28. Write down your dreams.
    29. Always protect your siblings (and teammates).
    30. Be confident and humble at the same time.
    31. Call and visit your parents often. They miss you.
    32. The healthiest relationships are those where you’re a team; where you respect, protect, and stand up for each other.

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  58. Farm Boy says:

    Diversity, both the word and the concept, has crimped. It serves a strict, narrow agenda that has little or nothing to do with the productive dynamism of living and working alongside people with widely different upbringings and beliefs. Only particular and, if you will, privileged backgrounds count. Which is why Apple’s African-American diversity tsar, Denise Young Smith, got hammered last October after submitting, ‘There can be 12 white, blue-eyed, blond men in a room and they’re going to be diverse too because they’re going to bring a different life experience and life perspective to the conversation.’ She hadn’t bowed to the newly shackled definition of the word, which has now been effectively removed from the language as a general-purpose noun.

    Drunk on virtue, Penguin Random House no longer regards the company’s raison d’être as the acquisition and dissemination of good books. Rather, the organisation aims to mirror the percentages of minorities in the UK population with statistical precision. Thus from now until 2025, literary excellence will be secondary to ticking all those ethnicity, gender, disability, sexual preference and crap-education boxes. We can safely infer from that email that if an agent submits a manuscript written by a gay transgender Caribbean who dropped out of school at seven and powers around town on a mobility scooter, it will be published, whether or not said manuscript is an incoherent, tedious, meandering and insensible pile of mixed-paper recycling. Good luck with that business model. Publishers may eschew standards, but readers will still have some


  59. Farm Boy says:

    Blaming white male critics for the “meh” reaction to “Ocean’s 8” doesn’t pass the smell test.

    While the 2016 flop “Ghostbusters” reboot peddled itself as an antidote to hate and misogyny, “Ocean’s 8” avoided all those trappings. The film itself is free of culture war detritus, too.

    Progressives are pushing the culture to a dangerous point, and the actress’ comments are part of that push. The new thinking suggests we need women to direct female-centric movies. It’s not just because they’re “due” and they haven’t had access to gigs like this before. It’s also for artistic reasons. Only a woman can process and deliver films like “Wonder Woman,” they argue.


  60. Yoda says:

    Something wrong here it seems

    In our hearts and minds today: all of the fathers and parents who have been separated from their children at borders. Keep families together. #FathersDay

    — Planned Parenthood (@PPFA) June 17, 2018

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  61. earl says:

    PP has to be trolling.


  62. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    so another degree that leads to a career at mcdonalds…


  63. SFC Ton says:

    Looks like I be in comment limbo and shit


  64. Farm Boy says:


    Your comments are freed. I don’t know why it happens. It happens to Yoda regularly for no apparent reason also

    Liked by 1 person

  65. Farm Boy says:

    I wonder what these states have in common…

    A Southern Methodist University study by Ryan Murphy found Connecticut to be the most psychopathic state, followed by California, New Jersey, and New York

    Added in the study was Washington, D.C., which “had a psychopathy level far higher” than any state, according to the report – albeit because it is a small, entirely urban area and not as geographically diverse as a state


  66. Farm Boy says:

    Clinton then began rattling off her credentials as a Christian saying, “I went to a lot of years of Sunday school. I even taught it from time to time. I’ve studied the Bible, both the Old and the New testament,” Clinton said. “What is being done using the name of religion is contrary to everything I was ever taught

    [Apparantly missed the discussion on the seven deadly sins she did]


  67. Yoda says:

    Your Glorious Patriarch has been doing manly things today

    Appropriate for a Glorious Patriarch this would be.
    Carry on you should


  68. earl says:

    What is intersectionality?

    It’s where victim groups can team together to become a supervictim group. They can virtue signal 24/7.


  69. Yoda says:

    What is intersectionality?

    It’s where victim groups can team together to become a supervictim group.

    A superpower from such a singularity obtain they do?


  70. SFC Ton says:

    LOLnothing to apologize for FB!


  71. When I said world views I didn’t mean religion, more like culture. One culture values individual/personal freedoms, another values conformity to a strict set of rules. The one that values individual feeedoms is tolerant of the conformist view but it does not work in reverse. Therein lies the rub, imho. Individual freedom will either take a stand or be lost to conformity. I don’t see the conformity view becoming more open to personal freedom.

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  72. Yoda says:

    A capital crime this would be

    On Father’s Day, Kylie Jenner posted old photos of her father, Bruce Jenner, pre-transgender surgeries, captioning the post, “so lucky to have you.”


  73. Yoda says:

    Horseman’s horses green powered they are
    Probably benefit from this they did not

    $312 Billion: Green Energy Makes Ontario the Most Debt-Ridden Province on Earth

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  74. Yoda says:

    Difficult to predict these puppets are

    AI sex robots will turn down steamy encounters ‘if they’re not in the mood’ claims inventor

    — Blazing CatFur (@Blazingcatfur) June 18, 2018

    Liked by 1 person

  75. Cheque d'Out says:

    Shirley ‘intersectionality’ refers to overlapping blobs on Venn diagrams?

    So the very middle upside down and squished triangle is the ‘intersection’ of A, B and C. The area representing the members of the population who are/have A, B AND C.

    It’s not about road junctions. These morons are too stupid for words.

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  76. Cheque d'Out says:

    Read further back in the comments now. Ton, thanks for the link on Kinism. Interesting. Grounded.


  77. Cill says:

    “Your comments are freed. I don’t know why it happens. It happens to Yoda regularly for no apparent reason also.”

    AAMOI Did you try my suggestion?


  78. SFC Ton says:

    Thank you boss, it’s heavily Southern and Patriarchal without a cookie cutter one size fits all/ top down approach.

    Liked by 1 person

  79. Farm Boy says:

    But according to Hillary, she, too was a bullied child:

    “As I would go out looking to play, the kids who were already there would circle around me, bully me, knock me to the ground, and I would get up and run crying into the house. This went on for weeks. It was a pattern of our lives.”

    However, it’s not the first time that Hillary has addressed the bullying issue. For example, check out this video from an Iowa campaign appearance in 2015, where she answered a young girl’s question about bullies, and tried to foist herself off as Comforter-in-Chief — as opposed to that Other Guy who really was a big bully.

    Oh, but hold on — did you catch that comment? Hillary said, “I can’t even imagine what it’s like to be, you know, a young person in today’s world where that’s coming at you all the time . . .”

    [Apparently also cover the Ten Commandments Hillary’s religious education did not]


  80. Cheque d'Out says:

    Possibly better if The Mollster doesn’t see this

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  81. Cheque d'Out says:

    Not watched much Guy Martin stuff on TV (he did a WWI era tank rebuild recently). Having seen this, I might keep an eye out for him more


  82. Cheque d'Out says:

    The tank thing


  83. mgtowhorseman says:


    It will get worse. First act of Doug Ford was to freeze all public sector hiring and a line by line private sector independent forensic audit of the Ontario books to be reported publically.

    We will see exactly how bad it is.


  84. mgtowhorseman says:

    Speaking of Isle of Mann

    When adults go out to play. I have an old quarry on the property I take the mutt down into on our walks. I constantly get “quit jumping around down there, you’re gonna break your neck.”

    Liked by 1 person

  85. Farm Boy says:

    Despite ongoing issues with male enrollment, the University of Denver is set to expand its female-only program designed to promote female success.


  86. Farm Boy says:

    The World Health Organization (WHO) on Monday released the 11th edition of its International Classification of Diseases (ICD) manual, which no longer classifies being transgender as a mental health disorder — but now classifies playing video games as a mental health disorder.


  87. Farm Boy says:

    A transgender rally-goer was arrested and jailed for trying to burn an American flag at a Philadelphia gay pride parade and then complained that the police didn’t use the right pronouns to address him and that he couldn’t stay in a women’s prison.


  88. Farm Boy says:

    The generation that reached what passes for maturity in the age of social media is the most status-obsessed—and hence etiquette-obsessed—since the ancien régime. They are all miniaturists: There hasn’t been an important and original book of political ideas written by an American Millennial, and very few of them have read one, either. But they are very interested in individual pronouns and 280-character tweets. It is extraordinarily difficult for any one of them to raise his own status through doing interesting and imaginative intellectual work, because there is practically no audience for such work among his peers. Worse, the generation ahead of him stopped paying attention to Millennials years ago, and the generation behind him never started.

    What that leaves is the takfiri tendency, scalp-hunting or engineering a court scandal at Versailles. Concurrent with that belief is the superstition that people such as Harvey Weinstein or Bret Stephens take up cultural space that might otherwise be filled by some more worthy person if only the infidel were removed, as though society were an inverted game of Tetris, with each little disintegration helping to enable everybody else to move up one slot at a time. Status obsession does funny things to one’s map of social reality. It leads to all manner of bizarre thinking.


  89. Farm Boy says:

    Is the Pope Catholic? Perhaps still a bit

    The supposedly liberal Pope Francis has once again affirmed marriage as being between a man and a woman. Francis has made similar affirmations multiple times throughout his pontificate and while he was Cardinal Bergoglio.


  90. mgtowhorseman says:

    Job is delivering bulk coffee all day long so requirement is 25 lb minimum lifting.
    But all day long. Over and over. Ever see a woman delivering water cooler jugs?

    At the barn we put out at least 5 bales between 40-50 lbs between 4 paddocks 50-200 yards away twice a day. One of the owners bought a special grain, asked for some help. I just walked over and picked a 50 lb bag out of her trunk and chucked it on my shoulder. “Wow I couldn’t even left it and you just move it like it was nothing.”. I am 54. She was maybe 32.

    If I was hiring for any physical job like the coffee company I would have a 40 lb sack. At the start I would have them pick it up and circle the room 5 times without stopping. After 5 questions I would have them do it again. At the end I would have them circle ten times.
    If they could do it and still wanted the job they move on. No discrimination by gender, race, planet of origin.

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  91. Cheque d'Out says:

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  92. Cheque d'Out says:

    I’ve been finding F1 boring, I might start watching this

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  93. Cheque d'Out says:

    Of course you know that they won’t listen to reason…


  94. Wayne says:

    Kinism – I learned a new word from Ton. It seems to be (mostly) a political philosophy compatible with Christianity. Would you agree with this description, Ton?


  95. Cheque d'Out says:

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  96. Farm Boy says:

    Portland’s foundational feminist bookstore, and the inspiration for Portlandia’s famous “feminist bookstore” sketches, announced Monday that it’s going out of business at the end of June because of white supremacy, the Patriarchy, racism, and the decline of modern feminism.

    The store, called In Other Words opened in 1993 with a mission to “strengthen resistance against a culture of oppression,” and “to create a safer space where women, people of color, queer, trans, gender variant folks, workers, and those who live at the intersections of these identities can organize for self-determination and build a sustainable movement for liberation.”

    They do mention, in passing, that they also sell books, a capitalistic pursuit of which they are no doubt ashamed.

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  97. Cheque d'Out says:

    “designed to promote female success.’
    Have they got a course for normies that enables them to tell the difference between female car crash and female success? To a normie they look very similar, just saying.

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  98. Farm Boy says:

    Everything that women do is a success

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  100. SFC Ton says:

    I would Wayne. Like I said it’s non denominational and more about ording things so all Christian tribes can get along with each other and in the best way that suits the tribe/ genetic culture etc etc.


  101. SFC Ton says:

    Like I have been saying for years, and all over j4g’s immigration control is the most popular political position in america

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  102. Cheque d'Out says:

    Not just over your way.


  103. SFC Ton says:

    F1 is boring. All open wheel racing bores me but you guys have a great motorcycle racing culture. Which makes a lot of sense since y’all are way short on open roads and open sky’s


  104. earl says:

    ‘The supposedly liberal Pope Francis has once again affirmed marriage as being between a man and a woman. ‘

    That’s a layup. There’s plenty of other things Francis says that make you go, huh?


  105. Farm Boy says:

    Sometimes I wonder if the Pope is Catholic


  106. earl says:

    He could be a Pelosi-Biden type Catholic. Heck I read up on the history of popes…some of them had illegitimate children, raped, stole property, dug up corpses, and tried to sell the leadership.

    But the thing is…the church has never been taken down because of their antics. Being a pope doesn’t mean if you are evil it protects you from the judgement of God.


  107. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    too funny. always the victim, eh?


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