What Is Her Major Malfunction?

Over at his blog, Wayne writes,

A while back, between 2008 to 2012, my ex-wife had a nasty habit of trying to get me fired from any job I had. She succeeded in doing this at least three times, maybe four. For the first two jobs, she did this by spreading false rumors among my coworkers, making me out to be a grossly immoral character. (Hey, I’m just a divorced Manosphere blogger!) But with the second job, I had a very wise and insightful employer who figured out what was going on, and they let me in on what she was saying to people. So after that, I preemptively warned people that I had an ex who liked to stir up drama, and that if she ever came around, then they should just ignore her. Few people took her seriously after that. [Divorced men should take the hint to tell people.]

Then after she got turned away at the door a few times, she upped the ante by filing cases against me on trumped up criminal charges. Because of this, the police came to the school at least twice (that I knew of), and once, they even pulled me out of a classroom full of students in order to interrogate me. (Those were extremely embarrassing experiences.)

This school could handle gossip and rumors, but having the police coming around was just too much for them. So they had to let me go in the end.

After that, I took another job in another city, and I thought she would leave me alone because of the distance between us. But her strategy of calling the police turned out to be more convenient for her than instilling rumors, because she didn’t have to take the effort to befriend my coworkers, and she could still sabotage my career, even though I had moved to another city. Also, a lawsuit hit me harder than mere rumors did. Not only did the police intervention instigate damaging rumors which affected my career, but I also had to waste big bucks on a lawyer.

So because she destroyed my reputation again at that school, I lost a third job.

Why do women do such a thing?  Perhaps it might be understandable if the ex-husband abused her, though it would still be wrong.  In the above case, there is no plausible excuse.

Then again, it maybe depends on what one considers to be plausible.  Perhaps in her mind, she feels that she deserved more, and he did not deliver.  This might make her seem incredibly entitled, but that would be better than letting in the alternative; the real reason that she acts as she does: she needs to justify her own heinous actions by demonizing the fella.  Of course, nobody would accept this as a legitimate reason, so it must never be allowed to considered.  One way to repress it is to keep the heat on, to continually look for ways to up the ante.  Furtherm

My ex engaged in such behavior some.  Fortunately, after we separated it faded away.  It would seem that looking at my face and how it reminded her of how I did not deliver all that she expected triggered her.  It was very disheartening at the time, as I did not really understand the dynamic. Let me state that it is so much better when you have an understanding of what it happening to you.  Being immersed in craziness without comprehending is a terrible feeling.

Could a man get away with these types of shenanigans?  Not at all.  But women can.  The law doesn’t really help much here; it rather hinders.  In the olden days, there were men (fathers, brothers) who would tell such a women to cease and desist.  But these days, men who might do such a thing could face her wrath with the full force of the law behind it.

So here we have another mental issue with respect to women that messes them up, their ex up and once again the children up.

Posted in FarmBoy, Lies, Trainwreck
156 comments on “What Is Her Major Malfunction?
  1. Farm Boy says:

    My sister married a fella who’s ex spent her half of the assets frivolously attacking him in court. It was so bad that his heart went bad and he had to have a transplant. Eventually she ran out of money and represented herself in court. Many “contempts of courts” followed. Now that the kids are grown, everybody ignores her


  2. Hell has no fury like a women scorned… And what can make a women feel she’s been scorned? Anything. Anything at all.

    Once you understand and internalize the knowledge that women and other leftists just don’t think rationally you will no longer struggle trying to understand their motivations. Frees up tons of mental energy!

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  3. SFC Ton says:

    0 sum game makes up the majority of their thinking and its practically impossible for men to understand what jealoues bitches women are

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  4. earl says:

    ‘Why do women do such a thing?’

    Because whether the wife instigates it or not…on an even playing field men usually make it out better in the end when it comes to divorce. So they have to make the playing field uneven by making his life as much of a hell as she’s going through.

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  5. Cill says:

    Yep I don’t waste time thinking about them. In the past I had no choice but to deal with HR depts etc but no longer have to (thank god). I help young men to get women out of their lives as much as possible, otherwise this blog is the only place I now spend time on the subject.

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  6. earl says:

    Perhaps Wayne can elaborate more on who instigated their divorce. I got 70% odds it was the she demon causing him hell.

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  7. One of MY comments spammed?!?!


  8. earl says:

    Meanwhile strong empowered women who don’t need a man and probably had their ‘refugees welcome’ signs painted bright a couple years ago have to deal with sex attacks again.

    ‘France: ‘Dozens’ of Women Complain of Sex Attacks During World Cup Celebrations’



  9. earl says:

    Left-liberals…just love disorder, sexual assault and destruction in the name of ‘diversity’.

    ‘France’s World Cup win, hailed as a triumph for diversity by left-liberal commentators, was also marred by a great deal of general disorder, rioting, and looting. Videos posted to social media claiming to have been taken in the aftermath appear to show men waving the flags of African countries such as Morocco rather than the French tricolore.

    Other recordings from the celebrations show massive crowds hurling bottles, fireworks, and other projectiles at riot police, who had to deploy tear gas and water cannons in an attempt to contain the unrest, while groups elsewhere took the opportunity to smash their way into commercial premises and loot them.’


  10. earl says:

    [Marriage to beasts soon there will be]


  11. Farm Boy says:

    To protect an ego, sometimes a fragile one, is what much of the ex’s bad behavior is about.

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  12. Cill says:

    “[Marriage to beasts soon there will be]”

    Clinton should write a book about it. Both of them.

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  13. SFC Ton says:

    It’s not rape if you yell “supirse!” 1st

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  14. Larry G says:

    [Sometimes works that way it does ]

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  15. Cheque d'Out says:


  16. Cheque d'Out says:

    “It’s not rape if you yell “supirse!” 1st”

    We may need to see your legal qualififcations

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  17. earl says:

    “It’s not rape if you yell “supirse!”

    You can’t rape the winking.


  18. Wayne says:

    Part of her motivation was to gain custody rights. She wanted to make herself appear to be the “better parent”, not only before the law, but to everyone who was within our social orbit. She tried to enhance her own image (compared to mine) in order to gain sympathy and moral suport for her decision to divorce me. She started doing this 2-3 years before she actually filed for a divorce, which makes me believe she had a long-term strategy.
    There’s much more to the story, and I’ve written it down somewhere. I’ll post a link when I find it.

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  19. Cheque d'Out says:

    Off topic. Just some Trump related memery

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  20. Cheque d'Out says:

    Sorry to hear that, Wayne. My own, despite me taking her back in so she could sort herself out before departing permanently, did a tour of the neighbours. She did this twice, the bitch.

    In some ways it was quite handy as when I found out (a female neighbour tipped me off when she twigged that my ex-wife-to-be had come back to me…why would she do that if she was telling the truth about me) I phoned my ex-mother-in-law-to-be to say that I never wanted to hear from wifey ever again…and I haven’t. It was useful as it underlined that I was right to divorce her.

    [What precisely “twigged” means it does?]

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  21. A couple I knew, the wife had an affair w her personal trainer, but rather than fess to that she set out on a smear campaign to “justify” why she had to leave her husband and father of their two kids. She was rather well connected so she had the local law enforcement on watch for him, pulling him over after her dropped off the kids. He started drinking as a way to cope w her imploding the marriage so warning then parading the new guy around town as “her hero” and bad went to worse as it was even easier for her to sell the “he’s a loser and deserved it” story. It was brutal to watch. I couldn’t believe how many people automatically believed her story and felt her “brave and strong” when really I could see she just wanted to cheat. It happens for sure, I have seen it more than this once.

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  22. earl says:

    Eye opening comments about what happens when a wife decides to go down that route. Rather than fess up she did wrong…she tries to smear the innocent party. And given how quick people are to believe her and justify her wrongful actions there’s plenty of incentive to do so.

    I wouldn’t wish that upon my worst enemies.

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  23. Cheque d'Out says:

    twigged = realised

    Just looked it up;

    Wiktionary says this verb twig is from Irish and Scottish Gaelic tuig ‎(“to understand”).


  24. Cheque d'Out says:

    Earl, I don’t claim to be blameless in the marriage failing. But I am entirely innocent of the smears that she twice tried to spread.

    It was a woman neighbour that took it upon herself to also tour the neighbours (after wife had departed for good) and set the story straight. She was raised in a military family, I guess she knew what code and honour meant.

    She was also pissed off that she fell for the lies the first time. Nothing was said to me, they just stopped talking to me for no reason that I knew of. At the time she and her husband had been of great help for me working things through, that stopped over night.

    She was most apologetic when she let me know what had been happening (after the second smearing attempt). Credit where it’s due, she sacked up and apologised and helped me as best as possible. I’d expect no more from a blue-pill male neighbour.

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  25. Larry G says:

    These comments make grim reading. Perhaps I’ll share my own story a bit later, but for now I’ll just read about the twisted, broken bitches that western females have devolved into.

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  26. Cheque d'Out says:

    I’m twenty years on, this is very old news for me.


  27. Farm Boy says:

    A group of medieval studies scholars is threatening to boycott next year’s International Congress on Medieval Studies to protest the rejection of sessions proposed by “Medievalists of Color.”

    Conference organizers, however, insist that workshops like “How to Be a White Ally in Medieval Studies 101” and “Toxic Medievalisms” were rejected based on standard criteria such as lack of intellectual justification.



  28. Farm Boy says:

    My ex’s friends, parents and siblings thought she was crazy destroying her marriage. I was a tall nice guy (blue pillish) with a good job. But I wasn’t enough.


  29. Farm Boy says:

    It is standard fairefor an ex-husband to be accused of spousal and/or child abuse by the ex or STBX. I just assume that it is bullshit. Every now and then, it isn’t. I make allowances for that.

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  30. Farm Boy says:

    Psychologists monitored 373 couples over 16 years and found that couples who disagree often have poorer health – especially for men.
    A bad marriage with frequent conflicts could have a serious detrimental impact on your health, according to psychologists.

    The researchers at the universities of Nevada and Michigan monitored 373 heterosexual couples to investigate whether disagreeing about multiple topics – such as children, money, in-laws and leisure activities – had negative health implications.

    “We followed married couples over the first 16 years of marriage and compared the subjective health of wives and husbands who reported a greater number of conflict topics to those who reported fewer,” said Rosie Shrout, who presented the preliminary results at the International Association for Relationship Research conference in Colorado.

    The researchers found that marital conflict negatively affected health for both husbands and wives, although there was a greater impact of conflict on men than women. Couples who agreed with each other more experienced health benefits early on in their relationships, but this protective effect wore off in the later years of marriage….

    “It’s not the act of walking down the aisle or signing a marriage licence that is beneficial for health – it’s what spouses do for each other throughout the marriage.”

    The study also looked at the number of marital conflicts and the health impacts this had on wives and husbands individually. Whereas for wives the specific number of disagreement topics was unrelated to their health, the decline in husbands’ health was driven by the number of disagreement topics.


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  31. Farm Boy says:

    [Perhaps a “like crime” it would be]

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  32. Farm Boy says:

    Disney director James Gunn has a years-long history of “joking” about his own fantasies about raping and molesting children.



  33. Farm Boy says:

    But the most offensive thing she said was also the most ridiculous. The Wolf — not exactly in sheep’s clothing — said abortion should be available on the “dollar menu” at McDonald’s.

    “Abortion shouldn’t be a luxury. It shouldn’t be the new ‘I summer in Montauk,’ it should be on the dollar menu at McDonald’s,” Wolf said. Her “summer in Montauk” was a reference to the Hamptons in Montauk, N.Y.

    Then she mockingly made an order: “Hey, I’d like a large Diet Coke, and can you get this egg out of my McMuffin?”



  34. Farm Boy says:

    “Ever since the election, I see these women on the news marching up and down and wearing their pink pussy hats and hollering obscenities and I think, what are they going to tell their daughters? They’ll have stories about the evil Trump and how awful everything was, and how he was Voldemort and Sauron and Satan all rolled into one, and their daughters will ask, well then, what did you do to fight this great evil, did you join the army or take up arms like they did in the American Revolution, or what? And the mothers will say, no, I jumped up and down and shouted that Trump was a Nazi while dressed as a giant twat.”


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  35. I think it’s not uncommon for women to come up w these false narratives as a plausible deniability to cover up that they are leaving for less than noble reasons. Then that dovetails in to the oppression and abuse narrative, so such women then actually get support and such bc, “they’re a victim.” I am not sure if it’s even totally conscious, although in some cases it is. Few women ever admit they left bc of tingles, or boredom, or rebellion, or some other reason. I really take it w a grain of salt now when women start going there.

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  36. Larry G says:

    RPG, for the most part women have lost all credibility with nearly everything that they say/do. There is an old joke that I recall, slightly modified to suit the current times: “How can you tell a woman is lying? Her lips are moving.”

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  37. Cheque d'Out says:

    Superb title; May and the overpowering stench of treachery

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  38. SFC Ton says:

    We may need to see your legal qualififcations

    I’m The Ton mother fucker!

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  39. @ Larry G I can see how women as a collective have earned that.

    And again some of this is likely the biological imperative (not to make excuses) as in women cannot fight hand to hand w strength so they fight Covertly with deception, diversion, by rallying in numbers, teaming up, weaponizing legal authority, crying victim, etc. it’s not pretty for sure (and really neither is brutal violence) but I think that’s where it comes from. Individual women can be conscious of this and not just act from the gut, but overall I don’t see this changing about women as a whole.

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  40. mgtowhorseman says:


    A young man’s view of the world

    The best you get is Netflix and chill
    I won’t even take you out to dinner on a date
    Let alone ever marry one of you.”

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  41. Larry G says:

    LOL!!! Horseman, brilliant!

    “A young man’s view of the world

    The best you get is Netflix and chill
    I won’t even take you out to dinner on a date
    Let alone ever marry one of you.”


  42. Cheque d'Out says:

    Case closed, Ton.

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  43. mgtowhorseman says:

    Few 20-25 year old is getting any free stuff anymore

    That is the 30 somethings looking backwards at their pasts.

    No dating, no relationships, just hookups and maybe Netflix and chill
    which is share a pizza and fuck in front of the tv.

    Even most of the wannabe sugar babies are finding the daddies are either lying or wont pony up after the sex.

    And get an acting part or a job based on your tits?
    Superman! Fucking Superman is scared of that tactic being used on him!

    Sorry sweeties. The golden goose was shot by #metoo.

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  44. Larry G says:

    “And again some of this is likely the biological imperative (not to make excuses) as in women cannot fight hand to hand w strength so they fight Covertly with deception, diversion, by rallying in numbers, teaming up, weaponizing legal authority, crying victim, etc. it’s not pretty for sure (and really neither is brutal violence) but I think that’s where it comes from. Individual women can be conscious of this and not just act from the gut, but overall I don’t see this changing about women as a whole.”

    IMO, you (modern western females, collectively) chose the wrong enemy to fight (generally piss off), your own men. You (collectively) goaded this fight thinking it would never escalate. Well, surprise. It has escalated beyond reason and men (collectively) will eventually, one way or another, bring this gender conflict to a conclusion. I seriously doubt the females will much enjoy the process or outcome.

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  45. mgtowhorseman says:

    Its scary that my 24 year old son lives with his girlfriend and splits everything down the middle.
    Why is it scary or maybe just sad?

    He has a go bag ready for the inevitable.

    Packed it and keeps it in the hall closet after his last relationship ended and he couldnt get back into the house he shared with her and five others because of the lies she told his roomates.

    So now a 24 year old not only does not believe in marriage,

    He keeps a fucking go bag!!

    Yup. Your tits will get you alot girlfriend!!

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  46. Larry G says:

    mgtowhorseman, dude..you should start a blog, I sure as shit would be reading it!


  47. SFC Ton says:

    Women were desgined to be kept in harems and married off to strangers. The in group is their enemy

    I have seen that shit play out world wide

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  48. Larry G says:

    Ton, totally legit.


  49. Larry G says:

    When I hear women snivel and bitch about being “offended”, a concise reply is always best….

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  50. Cheque d'Out says:

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  51. earl says:

    ‘because of the lies she told his roomates.’

    This lying when scorned along with the lies of metoo is why women’s free ride is sinking.

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  52. mgtowhorseman says:


    Corrected it for you brother.


  53. mgtowhorseman says:

    Thanks Larry but I dont give enough fucks to blog regularly.

    Just comment when I react to stuff. Why sometimes I go on and on and other times nadda for days.

    Also it is getting old.

    Romance/love is a lie
    Marriage is dead.
    Women are bitches.
    Young men are checking out.
    Society will spiral from lack of babies and no men providing resources.

    What else can bve said other than rinse repeat.

    I just hang for the funny sjw articles and the war stories.

    Really there is nothing outside my little farm I really give two fucks about.

    P.s. Justin is a twat

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  54. Larry G says:

    LOL!! Oh man, well said..agreed, this is a way past expiration date topic, wimminz 2.0

    “Also it is getting old.
    Romance/love is a lie
    Marriage is dead.
    Women are bitches.
    Young men are checking out.
    Society will spiral from lack of babies and no men providing resources.

    What else can be said other than rinse repeat.”

    Don’t have a farm like you, I have no patience for growing stuff, but good that you do care about what is yours alone.

    Have to be scarce for awhile, scheduled some target practice with pistol and revolver, and it’s a great day for it!


  55. Cheque d'Out says:

    Pretty sure that I invited you to write a post whenever it took your fancy, Horseman.


  56. @ Larry G agreed, and of course men should. Perhaps this in its me-centered way is what feminism completely overlooked — that men have choices too, and they might just choose to #walkaway.


  57. And also women didn’t see that the true man haters and lesbian leaning feminists didn’t care if they did! So the other 95+% of women who thought they were going to get “equality in relationships” (in their mind something better, at least as sold in the talking points) ended up worse off, not better off, for it!

    But as we know women are easily mislead, I think most truly believed that feminism would lead to improved relationships. It “sounded good!” How could it not work? Even today I would bet most modern women still don’t really see the collapse ahead. Most who only see it on the surface “girl power! Go girl!” have no idea how much feminism has eroded the very thing civilization depends upon — men caring about it, being invested in it.

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  58. SFC Ton says:

    the other 95+% of women who thought they were going to get “equality in relationships” (in their mind something better, at least as sold in the talking points) ended up worse off, not better off, for it

    Pretty sure you are way fucking wrong. 95% of women are the man haters because those are the gals stuck with betas/ couldn’t land an alpha and I reckon that has held true for many 1000’s of years

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  59. Farm Boy says:

    Pretty sure you are way fucking wrong. 95% of women are the man haters because those are the gals stuck with betas/ couldn’t land an alpha and I reckon that has held true for many 1000’s of years

    Perhaps it has been true for 100s of years, but women in times past had more grounded expectations. Consequently, they were more likely to get on with making the best of their situation

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  60. Cill says:

    “there was a greater impact of conflict on men than women.”

    … because usually the woman is the more negative of the two. IMHO.

    I was giving a married couple a hand with some work on their property, and noticed she harped at him for hours. None of her comments were monumentally bad, but all of them together added up to a wearying incessant negative drag on her husband.

    Eventually I said, “You two. Come here.” They obeyed and I gave the wife a damn good telling off. She burst into tears and said she was sorry. I told her not to apologize to me but to him, which she did, and gave him a hug. I tried to tell the bloke, “Mate, if she starts up again, tell her what she’s doing and put a stop to it. Kill it before it grows.” And then I got her agreement by saying “Okay?” to her and she said to him “Yes, tell me to stop.”

    I don’t know if he did put a stop to it after that, but if he didn’t, to hell with him..

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  61. Farm Boy says:

    One of the now-deleted tweets said, “I like when little boys touch me in my silly place.”

    Another message read: “The best thing about being raped is when you’re done being raped and it’s like ‘whew this feels great, not being raped!’”

    Other now-deleted tweets from 2008-2011 included jokes about the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, AIDS and the holocaust.

    “The offensive attitudes and statements discovered on James’ Twitter feed are indefensible and inconsistent with our studio’s values, and we have severed our business relationship with him,” Walt Disney Studios chairman Alan Horn told Fox News in a statement.


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  62. Farm Boy says:

    … because usually the woman is the more negative of the two. IMHO.

    Or maybe because she is the instigator, the driving force. Being in control can make you feel better, especially when compared to being blown around like the wind


  63. SFC Ton says:

    No FB they were forced to get along, by the reality of starvation and the hard pimp hand but that don’t mean they liked it.

    What we observe and talk about here has been recorded near on as far back as writing goes

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  64. Cill says:

    FB 11:49 pm

    Loony lefties have been getting away with pedophilia for years.

    [Apparently common at the BBC it was]

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  65. Farm Boy says:

    On the first day of the convention, fans were treated to the seminar “Entertainment is LGBTQ,” where insiders offered their thoughts on inclusivity in the industry.

    Just what fans want to see, according to the Left. Forget the much-anticipated trailer to the DC Universe series “Titans” or Marvel Comics presenting their newest titles, it’s all about intersectionality.

    The comic book industry has not seemed to learn their lessons from the last two years. When they turned Captain America into a Nazi, Thor into a woman, and Batman into an SJW-front character, the sales of their titles plummeted.

    Though they initially realized their mistakes after blaming their fans, they now seem determined to repeat the same mistakes over again, as the planned social justice-themed “Batwoman” television series demonstrates.



  66. Farm Boy says:

    A brewing company offered an apology after wanting to name its beer “White Guilt.”


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  67. I very much doubt that Disney (at least the legal dept) was unaware of Gunn’s twitter history prior to this “un-masking”. Just like the #metoo garbage, it’s not that Disney/Hollywood is upset he said those things, they’re upset normal people found out he said those things.

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  68. Farm Boy says:

    I wonder about the mechanics of this

    Bernie Sanders tweeted out this video of fellow socialist Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez on the road in Kansas to campaign with Dem Brent Welder when she accidentally said, “We’re going to flip this seat red in November”


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  69. earl says:

    Occasional-Corpse does it again.

    Unless by red she meant….

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  70. Cill says:

    I think she meant “red” as in “communist”. I’m too rushed to look it up, but I think red was the color of the Second Paris Commune.

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  71. Cill says:

    Spawny 8:01 pm. I’m baby sitting Wee Meddy. He came running up to see what was making me laugh. Now he’s watching it for the umpteenth time. He waits in silence until the bloke hits the post then he fair yells with mirth.

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  72. Farm Boy says:

    Real or fake?

    Oslo: The International Community is positively giddy with the news that Former President Barack Obama is to receive his SECOND Nobel Peace Prize! Nobel Committee spokesperson Lars Olaf addressed the assembled news media earlier today.

    “The Nobel Committee is proud to award this year’s prize to Barack Obama for his steadfast work uniting former enemies in the belief that his policies posed a clear and present danger to their respective nations. Mr. Obama’s Iran Policy has managed to bring Israel into a de-facto alliance with Saudi Arabia, Egypt, and the United Arab Emirates. Ten years ago, this would be unthinkable!”



  73. “where insiders offered their thoughts on inclusivity in the industry.”

    Ok, so how about .02% of movies include “inclusivity” then.


  74. Cheque d'Out says:

    “The present ‘Conservative’ Party, at least in its higher echelons, has been exposed this past week as a morally bankrupt cesspit of political putrefaction, a rotting husk. In another, perhaps better, time, a Prime Minister accused of what Theresa May stands accused of would have been out of office within days, if not hours. That she is allowed to cling to office, insecure, incompetent and ineffective in everything but betrayal, is the visible manifestation of the overpowering stench of treachery that envelops her and her party.”


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  75. Cheque d'Out says:

    Cill, I don’t know if it’s the sound of his head hitting the pole, or the final collapse that has me laughing louder.


  76. Cheque d'Out says:

    Too funny, if true. No big name, no movie

    Ok, no laughing please. Last month Scarlett Johansson stood down from playing a tranny in a film after online attacks. This month the $30 million project is about to cancelled. Hollywood, eh?


  77. Cheque d'Out says:

    Early sign of annoyance with female MPs? Or a cynical bid by the Waily Fail to click bait a rabid debate?


  78. Cheque d'Out says:

    Upchuck and Sozzleberries

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  79. Cheque d'Out says:

    Another for Wee Meddy


  80. Cheque d'Out says:



  81. Cheque d'Out says:



  82. Cheque d'Out says:

    Well…this is awkward

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  83. When I was in Europe I met some folks from the U.K., Brexiters, and we had a nice discussion. One thing that surprised me was their feelings toward The Ruskies. They were adamant gay that given the chance the ruskies would try to take over all of Europe. I found that odd but that’s what they felt. So I don’t really know what to make of the whole thing. Actually everything seems very complex anymore. I wish folks would settle down.


  84. Oops, that NOT gay!


  85. Cheque d'Out says:

    My boldy. Prolly just for Cill. (DT – Daily Telegraph. A sad remnant of w broadsheet (quality MSM press) commonly called The Torygraph by its readers)

    Nice DT commentary today – I usually find Janet Daley suspiciously left wing for my liking, but I think she makes some very useful observations:

    So presumably this is it. We have finally arrived at the end – or the beginning of the end – of our spectacular game of chicken with the EU. It must be clear now who is prepared to sit longest on the track in the path of the oncoming train. Michel Barnier has thrown out what Mrs May claimed was her last and best offer. He will not bend, perhaps having been misinformed by hubristic Remain campaigners that the political discontent in Westminster will cause her to give way. But she will not – cannot – retreat because she knows the real truth about Westminster and the electorate.

    This ending, however, still has the capacity for mystery and re-interpretation. There are serious signs of illogic and derangement where you might have least expected them. Theresa May, under as much pressure as seems humanly endurable, remains weirdly calm – at least in public – while the immaculate Michel Barnier appears suddenly to have lost his way, or at least to be sending out confused signals. How else to explain the EU Commission’s (which is to say, Mr Barnier’s) odd decision to warn, in characteristically apocalyptic terms, of the consequences for the EU of a no-deal Brexit?

    What a cataclysm that would be, the Commission exclaimed, in the terms it is accustomed to use when addressing feckless British negotiators. Established trade arrangements would break down. Britain would lose its access to thriving markets. Just think of the chaos and collapse that would follow for that hapless country. Oh, wait. Actually that argument applies on the other side of this negotiation too: the peoples of the EU, we can now disclose, have a very great deal to lose. Hence last week’s unprecedented set of warnings to the households and businesses of Europe, as the prospect of no-deal becomes more and more plausible – thanks largely, as Mr Barnier did not say, to the intransigence of the EU Commission.

    The guidance warned of the enormous cost in lost sales, reduced trade, slower growth and higher tariffs. Billions in national export income would be threatened just as thousands of expensive new customs procedures would need to be instituted. So tumultuous and far-reaching would these consequences be that every family and every enterprise in Europe must begin now to make contingency plans (detailed instructions enclosed) for this dire eventuality.

    So for once, the alarming message is not being directed at the UK – whose fate Mr Barnier has presumably written off – but to those member states of the EU who are generally regarded as its greatest and least critical enthusiasts.

    Once again the ghost of Project Fear stalks the land, only this time it is dragging its chains through the very heartland of the European project. Yes indeed, it is not the usual malcontents of the Visegrad East or the Club Med who face the greatest economic cost from the UK crashing out but the stalwarts of EU solidarity: the French, the Dutch, the Germans and – good grief – the Irish, on whom so much negotiating capital has been spent.

    Could it be that, quite suddenly, it has occurred to the EU Commissioners that pushing the UK government to the brink and beyond, so that no-deal becomes the only politically possible option, might not have been so clever? Mr Barnier, in his statement last Friday, may have presented the expected categorical rejection of the UK government’s White Paper on the predictable grounds – that it abrogated the integrity of fundamental EU principles – but he also implied that this need not be the end of the story. (More work to be done, more discussions to be had, always further possibility of agreement, blah-blah.)

    What are we to make of this? For the Commission to dismiss the White Paper, which blatantly engaged in “cherry-picking” bits of the single market and transgressed the sanctified free movement rule, was to be expected. But why couple that with a calculated campaign to spread alarm and despondency among European states about the most likely result – a no-deal exit? It is just possible that the Commission (like its Remainer friends here) is genuinely confused and worried: it has over-played its hand and must now try to prepare the ground for the ensuing calamity by implying that this ending was inevitable. We were, they might be preparing to say, just upholding the precious Fundamental Principles: the resulting damage isn’t our fault. Who knew that the British would be so intransigent? To judge by the latest statements from the Commission’s best friend, Leo Varadkar, the EU mood has become vaguely hysterical. As the Telegraph’s Brexit Blog has noted, Dublin’s threat to ban British planes from flying through Ireland’s airspace would, carried to its logical conclusion, mean that Mr Varadkar would have to take a boat to future EU summit meetings. Has everyone gone mad?

    There are a very small number of plausible explanations for these events. One is that the EU Commission (which is to say Mr Barnier and possibly Jean Claude Juncker, at least before lunch) are engaged in a rational, calculated effort to establish that they always understood the risks of their own hard line in these negotiations: the outcome may have been regrettable but it could not have been avoided given the need to preserve the Fundamental Principles. I would give that account seven out of ten on the scale of likelihood.

    Another possibility is that they are actually preparing the ground for some major concessions to Britain by scaring the living daylights out of all those French farmers, Italian olive oil producers and German car makers who, as they now admit, have so much to lose. That seems to me to rate no more than one out of ten, since a climbdown of this order would be a gross humiliation for Team Barnier. Then of course, there is the most likely explanation of all: that the Commission has been in bad faith all along. That it made a succession of bravura mistakes, rooted in arrogance and ignorance of the strength of the British commitment to its own democratic institutions and the character of its people.

    Interesting times, if only to me

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  86. Cheque d'Out says:

    Bloom, lot of people saying, on the UK political BREXIT leaning blog that I read, that the whole hatred of Putin and Russia that the MSM is trying to whip up is a load of old pony.

    While not regarding him as our bestest buddy, we don’t see him as an automatic enemy either. The neocons and the EU whipped up the Ukraine. Crimea was part of Russia until Stalin (a Ukrainian) give it to the Ukraine on a whim. So Russia taking it back is no biggy, especially when that’s what the local Russian majority wanted anyway.

    No way are we buying the US MSM hysteria over GE Trump’s talking to Vladimir Putin. These two guys ought to be able to improve relations between Russia and the West. And that should be good for everyone. Doesn’t mean that we have to think that Putin is the bestest thing since sliced bread. Just that he’s capable of recognising that jaw-jaw is better than war-war for everyone.

    Long live (and rule) the God Emperor Donald Trump.

    (Pony? Rhyming slang ‘Pony and trap‘. I reckon you’ll be able to figure out what rhymes with trap)

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  87. Cheque d'Out says:

    I and many others have reached the stage that we do not trust the EU, we do not trust our own government, we see an exit from the EU based on ‘no-deal’ (fall back on WTO rules) as the best course available.

    In the remaining time we don’t mind if the necessary extras to WTO regarding areas of immediate mutual interest to the UK and EU are resolved.

    But if they start scheming and making it too complicated? Just leave. No divorce payment, just two waggling fingers and a hearty fuck-you. We’ve had enough.

    And if we don’t get BREXIT?
    I have no idea what happens next because democracy will be dead. And who needs political parties when there’s merely a charade of sock puppets dyed red or blue? Not 17.4 million (plus the remainers that now just want out too). There may be trouble ahead. There will certainly be a Canadian style wipe out of the tories at the next election. And maybe laba in the next one when laba reneges too.

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  88. Cheque d'Out says:

    200,000 votes. Started by a remainiac

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  89. SFC Ton says:

    LOL I trust Putin’s high level intell guys more the I trust our high level intell guys. My guess is Trump does too and for the same reason. Their wants, aims and goals are rational national selfintrest

    [When considers Brennan, Clapper, Comey, Strzok, etc. one does,
    Easily see how one think this they could ]

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  90. Larry G says:

    Too damn bad the US of A can’t get a CalExit going….You Brits want to adopt Califoricate?

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  91. Cheque d'Out says:

    Very kind offer, Larry, but I feel that we have enough problems right now.

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  92. Cheque d'Out says:

    Ton, ex-fucking-xactly.


  93. Larry G says:

    hmmm, ok…we could toss in a few cases of cheap ass wine, Berkley campus and Hollyweird to sweeten the deal

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  94. Cheque d'Out says:

    We appear to have novichok laying around the place, could probably get you a good price


  95. Cheque d'Out says:

    3 out of 4 affected by it recovered, the other is assumed to be a long term druggy who sprayed it on herself. It’s more of an area denial weapon that a medical threat

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  96. Larry G says:

    “We appear to have novichok laying around the place, could probably get you a good price” LMAO!!!! Send it to Maxine Waters. I’ll send the card “with love, Donny”


  97. Cheque d'Out says:

    As long as you can guarantee that it won’t get me on the no-fly list.
    Besides, it’s supposed to be a nerve agent and she could well prove to be completely immune


  98. Cill says:

    “we see an exit from the EU based on ‘no-deal’ (fall back on WTO rules) as the best course available.” (Spawny)

    Yes, I think it’s increasingly clear that there’s no alternative to a “no-deal” brexit. Brits should not be dismayed by this reality.

    When the UK joined the common market in the 1970s, NZ, which was almost entirely dependent on trade with the UK, was left in a position of “go out and seek trade with a world that doesn’t want our exports, or die”. If an insignificant little country in the most isolated position on the planet could pull itself up by its own boot straps and survive against all the odds, surely the UK, a significant country in the center of the economic world and with an offer to talk trade with the world’s largest economy, could do the same now.

    Spawny me old mate, whichever way it pans out, I wish you and your countrymen the best.

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  99. Cheque d'Out says:

    The EU has encourage Eire to get gobby way beyond what’s good for them. Saying that Irish airspace will be closed to us after BREXIT. Shit like that. From the big quote above

    To judge by the latest statements from the Commission’s best friend, Leo Varadkar, the EU mood has become vaguely hysterical. As the Telegraph’s Brexit Blog has noted, Dublin’s threat to ban British planes from flying through Ireland’s airspace would, carried to its logical conclusion, mean that Mr Varadkar would have to take a boat to future EU summit meetings. Has everyone gone mad?

    This is what happens when politicians are remote from the people; they care about themselves but let the people’s interests go to hell.


  100. Cheque d'Out says:

    Many, many people angry that they were lied into the EEC (now EU) back in ’74. Our fisheries were destroyed by handing over our waters to the EU (for no apparent reason). The establishment knew what the EEC wanted to become and it wasn’t just a European Economic Community, it was the EU superstate. Cuntz

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  101. Cheque d'Out says:

    It would be great to get a bit of Anglosphere vibe going. No betrayal of any country’s interests just a search for mutual self-interest. That’s Anglosphere, not Commonwealth. The rest of the Commonwealth can tag along on a secondary tier. Or not.

    [Since alone on Degoba I am
    And speak English I do
    Join the Anglosphere I can?]

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  102. Cill says:

    6:18 pm

    ‘ear ‘ear, Eire.

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  103. Cill says:

    ‘Struth the Oirish can be dumb.

    Do you ‘ear Eire?

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  104. Cill says:

    UK – Ozzie – NZ, mates and ma’es.

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  105. Cheque d'Out says:

    Hope so, Cill. Bit of generosity there. Ta.

    And the Americans are welcome to join the Commonwealth, as far as I’m aware there’s no material downside. Not sure about the head of state thing. Queenie is fine, but the future is more republican in nature, I reckon.

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  106. Choicy says:

    Spawny I concur with Cillo. Kiwi – Brit – Ozzy to which I would add the parts of some of USA and Canada which are not shitholes mate. I would like to chin wag with you jokers if it wasn’t way past bed time in the great southern land. Good night mates.

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  107. Cheque d'Out says:

    Leo Eric Varadkar (/vəˈrædkər/; born 18 January 1979) is an Irish politician who has served as Taoiseach, Minister for Defence and Leader of Fine Gael since June 2017. He has been a Teachta Dála (TD) for the Dublin West constituency since 2007. He previously served as Minister for Social Protection from 2016 to 2017, Minister for Health from 2014 to 2016 and Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport from 2011 to 2014.[1]

    He was 38 years old on his election as Taoiseach, becoming the youngest person to hold the office.[2] During the 2015 same-sex marriage referendum, he became the first openly gay Irish government minister.[3] He is Ireland’s first and the world’s fourth openly gay head of government in modern times (following Jóhanna Sigurðardóttir, Elio Di Rupo, and Xavier Bettel).[4]

    Varadkar was born in Dublin and studied medicine at Trinity College Dublin. He spent several years as a non-consultant hospital doctor before qualifying as a general practitioner in 2010. In 2004, he was co-opted onto Fingal County Council and served as deputy mayor, before his election to Dáil Éireann in 2007.

    Not the usual patriotic Irishman, I wonder if this is part of the reason that he gobs off contrary to the obvious economic interests of the Irish?

    Eire should be considering Irexit and joining us outside the EU (as an independent country) at least economically speaking. Obviously there are ‘historical’ ‘issues’ but most Britons are pretty much able to look beyond that. If they can’t? No biggy, best of luck but at some point there’s going to be a proper border for immigration (due to Eire being a back door to the UK for illegal immigrants). At lease there will be if we ever get a government that gives a shit about our country.

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  108. Cheque d'Out says:

    Good night Choicy and cheers


  109. Cill says:

    Sleep well Choicy.

    “Hope so, Cill.” Hell yes Spawny we’re in the queue, salivating at the prospect of a post-brexit trade deal with the UK. A post-brexit UK will be swamped with offers.

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  110. Cill says:

    The biggest obstacle to a booming UK post-brexit will be the remainer mentality. The swamp is full of it.

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  111. Cheque d'Out says:

    Tell me about it

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  112. Cill says:

    “Since alone on Degoba I am
    And speak English I do
    Join the Anglosphere I can?”

    Would the Force be a part of the deal?


  113. earl says:

    ‘Too damn bad the US of A can’t get a CalExit going’

    If only the San Andres would wake up soon…see you down in Arizona Bay.

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  114. Cill says:

    “If only the San Andres would wake up soon…see you down in Arizona Bay.”

    The silicon would sink like so many false tits.


  115. earl says:

    Sometimes a good rhyme tells the story.


  116. mgtowhorseman says:

    Re Trump in Brexit, Russia, Nato.

    My two cents.

    Trump at heart wants U.S. to pull back from the world stage and take care of its own first.
    No more being the safe haven for every refugee,
    No more the world cop,
    No more the protector of Europe,
    No more the arm of democracy to regime change every dictator anywhere.

    He wants the U.S. to quietly go about its internal business, kinda like us Canucks.

    But he knows he cannot leave a power vacum.

    So he tells China, play nice with everyone on trade because you are now the cornerstone economy but dont throw your weight around
    So he tells Britian and EU, figure it out cause there is no marshall plan if you fuck it up.
    So he tells Nato and the little countries, dont start shit cause we are not going back any of you.
    So he tells Putin, we are pulling back, you got Crimea, leave it at that
    So he tells Syria et al, hey its called a civil war as in an internal war.
    So he tells NK (and pakistan, etc.) yes you have nukes, so start acting like a major power instead of a sidewalk punk.

    He is setting the stage for the rest of the world to put on big boy pants while daddy has a much needed rest at home.

    Only someone looking down the road would take such pains to prepare.

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  117. SFC Ton says:

    Y’all clearly don’t know much about the demographic shifts in the usa

    Hardly English, Scotish etc at all one you cross the mason-dixion line. Mostly german up that way and they aint the live and let live sort


  118. Farm Boy says:

    I wonder if Occasional-Cortex has said something stupid today…

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  119. SFC Ton says:

    Russia ain’t friendsper say but they aint lookimg to destroy the West either. NATO is military welfare for pissant nations who want go trash the usa and hid behind us

    Fuck them fuckers with an hiv infected drippy dick

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  120. SFC Ton says:

    Disagree China Wil be the corner stone ecconmy. Most of their success was given to them by dishonest banking tricks and 1st world Marxists. I am not sure China could surrive an American 1st trade policy, a GB 1st trade policy etc etc

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  121. Farm Boy says:

    One of television’s most powerful men, 60 Minutes Executive Producer Jeff Fager, hired a law firm that boasts about “killing stories” for a Washington Post investigation into him, three sources familiar with the matter told The Daily Beast.

    The story was a deep dive into what CBS managers knew about former anchor Charlie Rose’s alleged sexual misconduct, but due to the aggressive tactics of law firm Clare Locke, the sources said, the story was “effectively neutered.”

    Clare Locke also did work for former Today show host Matt Lauer and current New York Times reporter Glenn Thrush, three sources say. Both men were accused in news publications of sexually harassing women. The law firm was also recently hired by David Pecker, the CEO and chairman of American Media Inc., parent company of the National Enquirer, to try and shut down a negative story from a newspaper, according to two sources



  122. Cheque d'Out says:

    I hear that China has just devalued the Yuan. Donald is not going to be happy at this escalation towards a trade war. Not the sign of a country comfortable with its ability to win on anything except cheap production.


  123. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    So he keeps his go bag in the house? And he couldn’t get back in the house the last time?

    Maybe he needs to think about his plan…

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