The Hot Years — Free Shit

Tradition has it that single men show single women their financial success and their willingness to disperse it by showering it on them.  The thought is that since being a mother with kids will take lots of resources, one needs to demonstrate something here.  Furthermore, women in their hot years are can demand such treatment, as they or the commodity in short supply that many are after.

So women who work at it can obtain lots of free stuff, meals, drinks, travel, automobiles, cash, whatnot.  It must be very intoxicating.  It also might ease her work requirements, with an easy low paying job being all that she needs.

But what of it?  Where might it lead?  It should be obvious where this might go; to creating a sense of entitlement.  They obtain free stuff because of who they are; others do not (pretty much everybody else, including all men).  Therefore they are special, and deserve it.  At least that is how the simple rationalization would come off.  In a sense, this not a rationalization, it is correct.   But the shelf life is not long, and nobody gets to play the game forever.  As for those who develop a fine sense of entitlement, more often than not the future is unhappy.

So what do we have here?  Men attempting to demonstrate fiscal fitness being exploited by women.  In the bad old days, when time was short and resources few, women would never been able to exploit this situation for a decade (or more) of their life.  So we have a very un-natural situation that leads to damaged women, damaged future marriages, and damaged children

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140 comments on “The Hot Years — Free Shit
  1. earl says:

    ‘So what do we have here?’

    It wouldn’t solve everything…but the three things I’ll have on repeat when you ask this question…

    1) Repeal the 19th
    2) Ban the pill
    3) Throw no fault-family courts into a tire fire

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  2. earl says:

    I misread the question…I thought it was what do we do here?


  3. Farm Boy says:

    It was a good answer, though


  4. honeycomb says:

    It’s the same thing Earl.


  5. mgtowhorseman says:

    Fucking Really!!??
    Didn’t they learn from watching the Star Hoes debacle??

    Notice the fade in where they refer to a Her-O instead of Hero.

    Just fuck off Hollywood.


  6. mgtowhorseman says:

    They are not exploiting it anymore!!

    Netflix and chill is a thing now.
    If there is a name for it, it is statistically significant event!

    As opposed to dating as in buying a meal.

    Who the fuck under 40 spends money on them?

    Men are not signalling provider status because they dont want to be providers. Hence the no good (paying) men schtick.

    All this is the echo of the generation that is now mid 30s remembering 1990 dating or my age divorced dudes “dating like its 1999.”

    My son has never spent more than a twenty on a girl.

    They may ride the carousel, etc. but sex is now about the cost of a cup of coffee or a pizza or maybe a bar drink for a big spender.

    Buy you a lobster? Bitch please!!

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  7. mgtowhorseman says:

    “Men attempting to demonstrate fiscal fitness being exploited by women. In the bad old days, when time was short and resources few, women would never been able to exploit this situation for a decade (or more) of their life.”

    Sorry just not seeing it in anyone under 30.


  8. mgtowhorseman says:

    Mgtow, netfix and chill, hookup, babymamma, ghosting, sexting….

    The use of language, particularly slang, is a useful insight for any investigator.
    The fact that these are prominent slang says volumes. Literally.

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  9. earl says:

    ‘Men are not signalling provider status because they dont want to be providers.’

    They don’t want to be the provider in her future divorce plans.

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  10. mgtowhorseman says:

    As the season turns both outside and in society
    I bid you all safe travels and retire to my books in front of the fire.

    I could spend my remaining time in this room.

    (How men enjoy solitude while women see loneliness)

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  11. honeycomb says:

    (How men enjoy solitude while women see loneliness)

    Right on MGTOWhorseman.

    I shut wimminz up real fast with .. I may be alone .. but I am not lonely.

    I have my “soul-uh-tude” .. aka peace and (happy) quiet time with a good book .. fire .. rainstorm .. dog .. hobby .. fix’em-up projects .. cookin’ .. fishin’ .. etc.

    I’m not anti-social .. hell .. I love my own company .. HEH!

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  12. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    Netflix n chill? Shiiitt, YouTube is free!

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  13. honeycomb says:

    Men are not signalling provider status because they dont want to be providers. Hence the no good (paying) men schtick.

    The data is correct .. single men and wimminz are earning the same.

    The married menz are earning more .. all true.

    The analysis of why is aweful.

    Either it’s intentional or it’s gross neg-la-gents. These experts and yellow journalists need to just kill themselves.

    The answers are so simple it’s amazing this lie could be printed.

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  14. honeycomb says:

    Netflix n chill? Shiiitt, YouTube is free!

    “Some people just want to watch the world burn.”

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  15. BuenaVista says:

    I see it as a rejection of both the traditional bonds of commitment, and more subtly, intimacy itself. So sure, relationships are now transitory, and government enables (it sponsors and funds) the collapse of the family.

    But in a selfie culture has the very notion of male-female intimacy been invalidated? It’s either that or it never existed. When relationships or families are casually discarded one has to look at the tension between casual and intimate. They are not reconcilable conditions. They cannot co-exist.

    Women in the main believe now that they are the evolved, romantic, emotionally-rich sex. And that men are the doofuses and predators they see on TV. Watch how aghast they become when you say, “Sorry, you’re treating all of this way too casually, and I do intimacy, not casual.” Total and complete meltdown ensues, total cognitive dissonance.

    The free shit problem is also coded into their sense of self. I pointed out to someone a few weeks ago that in five years she had bought me one hamburger and one glass of wine. I did the driving, got the hotel rooms, paid the dinner checks. It was a little tacky on my part but she had been yelling at me. Oh, and we’re not talking about a modest-living restricted girl here; just the opposite. In my entire life I’ve known one woman who insisted on reciprocating from time to time in her money and travel contributions.

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  16. BuenaVista says:

    The shorter form of the above might be, paraphrasing Mencken, “They want equality? Now they’re going to get it good and hard.”

    Even the Kavanaugh hearings reveal an emerging intolerance for treating women like snowflakes one minute — when in the next they get their knives out and try to skin you alive.

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  17. earl says:

    ‘The answers are so simple it’s amazing this lie could be printed.’

    What’s more amazing is how easy it is for people to believe lies.

    Wimminz feelz may be hurt…but it’s nothing like the reality of what happens when they are the breadwinner in marriage. We are built a certain way and it wasn’t dictated by how wimminz feel.


  18. Liz says:

    “My son has never spent more than a twenty on a girl.”

    Maybe Farm boy is talking about “Sugar babies”?
    Seems to me it’s better if women en masse take low wage easy jobs and men take the better paying ones.


  19. earl says:

    They are better helpmates than trying to be the head.


  20. Farm Boy says:

    Do we really have to be here for this?

    By “we,” I mean America. And by “this,” I mean some form of forced group therapy session for adult women who cannot move past an ugly event from their teen years and feel the need to relitigate it in public nearly four decades later. A serious vetting process for a Supreme Court nominee has suddenly devolved into the GenX version of “The Big Chill.”

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  21. earl says:

    Food for discussion…

    Is it possible this Ford character was in fact groped at a drunken encounter at some point in her life by random man…however she’s trying to channel that feelz into making it seem like Kavanaugh did it. Perhaps she doesn’t want to testify because she can’t make her emotions congruent to that man.

    There’s many layers to a potential false accusation here.

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  22. Farm Boy says:

    Speaking on CNN about Christine Blasey Ford’s flimsy — and getting flimsier by the minute, mind you — accusations against Kavanaugh, Hirono had this to say: “[W]hat really bothers me and gets me so angry is the White House is victimizing [Ford]. … Guess who’s perpetuating all these kinds of actions? It’s the men in this country. I just want to say to the men of this country — just shut up and step up. Do the right thing for a change.”


    Apparently, in Hirono’s world, when a woman makes an accusation, that’s it. Due process done. The guilty finding is in. No need for court, jury, judge or trial. A woman’s accusation is not to be challenged.

    She doubled down on that view on CNN.

    “Not only do these women need to be heard,” Hirono said, as Elle reported, “they need to be be believed. And you know what, we’re setting up on Monday a situation where there’s not even a modicum of fairness extended to her through an appropriate FBI investigation so there can be at least some attempt at corroboration. She’s not even going to get that and now she’s being faulted for not coming forward? Give me a break here.”

    Let’s please quit using Kavanaugh as a platform to dump on all the nation’s men — all the nation’s white men. This is about the Supreme Court, for goodness sake, not hating on men.


  23. earl says:

    A woman needs to emotionally accuse Hirono of something without evidence and due process.

    #believeallwomenafterall #evenwhentheyeateachotherup


  24. Farm Boy says:

    Wednesday on CNN’s “The Situation Room,” Rep. John Garamendi (D-CA) said women should “be outraged at what these white men senators are doing to this woman,” referring to Brett Kavanaugh’s accuser Dr. Christine Blasey Ford by insisting that she testify by Monday.


  25. earl says:

    A woman needs to emotionally accuse John Garamendi without any credible evidence while they are at it.


  26. Farm Boy says:

    On Wednesday, in a seeming attempt to buttress the case for Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s accuser, Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, CNN’s Jim Acosta interviewed a former high school classmate of Ford, Samantha Guerry, who proceeded to admit that although she had no knowledge of any wrongdoing by Kavanaugh, the “community of women I know” had experienced actions like the ones Ford ascribed to Kavanaugh.


  27. Farm Boy says:

    A smaller percentage of women than men find the sexual assault allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh to be “credible,” but more men than women find them “not credible.”


  28. Farm Boy says:

    Last week, rabid pro-abortion advocate Chelsea Clinton claimed that it would be “unchristian” to protect babies from being killed. Here’s her exact quote, referring to the possibility of overturning Roe: “That’s unconscionable to me, and also, I’m sure that this will unleash another wave of hate in my direction, but as a deeply religious person, it’s also unchristian to me.”

    On Twitter the next day, I said that it makes sense for her to support child murder as a “religious person” because her religion is satanism. She responded, twice, insisting that she’s a “Methodist” who feels that banning abortion would be “awful” and “anathema to her as a person and a Christian.”

    Now that I’ve had some time to reflect upon my harsh and insulting words about this woman, I would like to officially not apologize for them. I sincerely believe she is a satanist and my only regret is that I didn’t also call her a heretic. “Satanic heretic” would have been a more apt description. And she is far from the only satanic heretic in our culture

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  29. earl says:

    ‘CNN’s Jim Acosta interviewed a former high school classmate of Ford, Samantha Guerry, who proceeded to admit that although she had no knowledge of any wrongdoing by Kavanaugh, the “community of women I know” had experienced actions like the ones Ford ascribed to Kavanaugh.’

    And there it is.

    Ford might have been pinned down and groped by a random man…just not that man.

    That type of activity is common at drunken parties with young people. It’s like people forget things like alcohol and raging hormones sometimes cause a bad mix…or they only remember something happening 35 years later when they are financially supported to take a big man down.

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  30. Farm Boy says:

    A restaurant in Maine is giving its lobsters marijuana before steaming them in an effort to make their deaths more humane.

    “This restaurant was created on love,” said Charlotte’s Legendary Lobster Pound owner Charlotte Gill


  31. Farm Boy says:

    UK Equalities Minister Penny Mordaunt has ordered an investigation into the immense rise in girls claiming to be uncomfortable with their biological sex and seeking gender reassignment.

    [The UK has an equalities ministry they do?]


  32. Farm Boy says:

    “It’s emotional bullying, ‘oh my goodness, the pain, the suffering,’” Klavan said. “Again, maybe so! I’m not attacking Christine Blasey Ford, I’m not attacking her, I don’t know what she remembers or what she misremembers, but due process is more important than our pain, the Constitution more important than our pain, our liberties more important than her pain. I know it’s sad, but that’s not a reason to give up your rights, or the rights of Brett Kavanaugh or his judgeship.”


  33. Liz says:

    Something weird is going on at Bloom’s…my stuff is all going to the SPAM queue.
    I didn’t say anything untoward, I swear!!!


  34. Liz says:

    Okay, I give up. A “testing” comment was accepted but three attempts of the post were not.
    I’ll try here.
    (Richard mentioned dancing)

    Re dancing, here’s a cute episode of Father knows best. Bud learns to dance (as does his date). A reality which probably never existed precisely like this, but was better in many ways than what we have now:

    Per experience in other regards, it is my opinion that real life experience is the only real experience. This is part of the crisis in education and health education is no different (fueled by government backed student loans and government backed low standards but I’ll get off my soapbox).
    I worked in a medical lab in the early part of my marriage, and most of my training was hands-on, in a hospital program. These programs don’t even exist now. When I got my degree, I just went to work the next day in the same facility as before, doing exactly the same things…with a much higher paycheck. Nursing used to be a hospital diploma program too and now without that experience (though on paper they have “clinicals” those clinicals are often worthless), it’s about like hiring someone off the street.

    You’ll learn more in one DAY as a floor nurse (the proletariats of the nursing biz) than four years of college in nursing. To place my statement in context, for the final in my nursing program class, which was a replica of the board certification from a few years before) I scored a 130 percent with the curve. And I graduated with a nurse who is now a physician with her own practice (and I taught her equations). So I do very well in school and know my material. It’s all virtually worthless.

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  35. RichardP says:

    @earl said: Is it possible this Ford character was in fact groped … by random man …

    I’ve seen in print that either Kavanaugh or the friend supposedly with him at the party have verbalized that same thought – based on how hazy her memory is of what summer this took place, and whose house, and so on.

    Most of the reactions being reported in this thread are based on the idea that the accuser is actually remembering (albeit hazily) an actual event that was traumatic for her. None of these reactions in this thread are relevant if, in fact, the accuser is actually party to a blatant attempt at character assassination by manufacturing a scenario that cannot be proved or disproved. That is, it didn’t actually happen, but no one can prove that it didn’t.

    The one idea that we can’t really get away from is this: if what she claims happened actually did happen, what an awful coincidence that she only just now has the courage to face her past and seek redress for something that happened 35 years ago. But then, if she remembering something that actually happened, the appropriate response would be for her to contact the local police and report an attempted rape. The fact that she is reporting this attempted rape to Congress and not to the local police destroys any credibility that she might otherwise have had. She, and those who support her, are not seeking justice. If they were, they would encourage her to go to the local authorities where the event happened.

    It is obvious here, based on the authority that she and her supporters are appealing to, that the real goal here is character assasination – not justice.

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  36. Liz says:

    Women (well, currently) don’t seem to understand that respect is earned, as is a good name.
    I think that’s because currently a “good name” is bestowed on them at birth, and kept when unearned…their reputation no longer questioned…that would be “sexist”.

    I read a thread in a different forum (you might recognize it, Richard) a while back entitled “so what about your reputation” (or some such….close enough). The female blogger asserted that reputation isn’t valuable and no one is harmed when his (she was speaking about a man of course, no one sullies a woman’s) reputation is destroyed arbitrarily. It was really odd, and I thought about how out of touch with harsh reality a person has to be to sincerely believe that….especially on a Christian blog.
    -“A good name is more desirable than great riches …”
    Proverbs 22:1


  37. Liz says:

    It’s time for men to start using the same ammo.
    I mean, the SAME ammo.
    Congressmen should start arbitrarily accusing Congresswomen of playing grab ass with them and that made them feel “dirty”. Find some folks from their past to dish on the unwelcome grabbing/kissing and so forth. FBI can stay busy investigating all these decades old accusations…indefinitely.
    We bound to eventually reach some punchdrunk potential limit where the madness ends.


  38. Cheque d'Out says:

    Dems gonna dem

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  39. RichardP says:

    Liz said that “Richard mentioned dancing.”

    I think she was referring to the diversion she created at Blooms – wherein she posted a pole-dancing video and I commented a few posts down.

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  40. Didn’t Christine Blasey Ford write a letter to Diane Feinstein saying that she remembers Chelsea Clinton eating an aborted baby while at a party at Maize Hirono’s beach house? Pretty sure Jim Acosta tweeted that from @CNN.

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  41. Cheque d'Out says:

    Worth 30,000,000 squid, I hear. Not bad for a retarded commie that’s never had a proper job and appears devoid of any ability whatsoever.

    It’s lucky that commies don’t have consciences else the rich ones would never sleep. Especially the bought out grifters. Just saying, like.

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  42. Farm Boy says:

    Over their years of friendship — as roommates, bridesmaids and parents on opposite coasts — Dr. Blasey wanted to know, had she ever confided that she had been sexually assaulted in high school? No, Ms. Piwowarski said she texted back, she would have remembered that

    [Apparently faulty memory Mrs. Ford has]


  43. Farm Boy says:

    A former classmate of Christine Blasey Ford tells NPR that she does not know if an alleged sexual assault by Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh took place as she first suggested on social media.

    “That it happened or not, I have no idea,” Cristina King Miranda told NPR’s Nina Totenberg. “I can’t say that it did or didn’t.”

    That’s different from what Miranda wrote Wednesday in a now-deleted Facebook post that stated definitively, “The incident DID happen, many of us heard about it in school.”

    “In my [Facebook] post, I was empowered and I was sure it probably did [happen],” Miranda told NPR. “I had no idea that I would now have to go to the specifics and defend it before 50 cable channels and have my face spread all over MSNBC news and Twitter.”

    [Apparently women like to be empowered they do]

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  44. SFC Ton says:

    The Ton on the cunt accusing the swamp creature of attempted rape…..

    She’s a lying bitch.

    I know this because
    She is a woman
    She is a college grad
    She is a college professor
    She is a leftist.

    Anyone one of those 4 points woould pretty much confirm she is a liar, all 4 together makes her being a liar an inescapable fact

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  45. earl says:

    “In my [Facebook] post, I was empowered and I was sure it probably did [happen],” Miranda told NPR. “I had no idea that I would now have to go to the specifics and defend it before 50 cable channels and have my face spread all over MSNBC news and Twitter.”

    Kind of like a guy who runs his mouth and then shrinks when he has to cash the check.

    Hey that’s equality, ladies. Perhaps don’t run your mouth in the ’empowered’ state.

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  46. earl says:

    ‘Apparently women like to be empowered they do’

    They just don’t like the consequences and immediately go victim. It’s quite the amazing change they do,.

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  47. Cheque d'Out says:

    I heard a similar story to Miranda’s from a good mate of mine. He told me about what his five year old boy had said about what his other son ‘had done’. When further questioned he was revealed himself to have been merely speculating without a shred of evidence. A salutary lesson for my friend about accepting the word of a child at face value.

    When I come to absolute power (clearly only a question of time), whenever asked why women were no longer able to vote, or why women’s testimony was worth only that of a child’s in court, I shall merely point at Miranda’s utterances and tell the questioner to fuck off and stop being so stupid.

    Vote for me, the despot that men will admire.

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  48. Farm Boy says:

    Because if roles were reversed, and Christine Blasey Ford had been nominated for the Supreme Court by President Trump, the headline by the resistance would be this:


    And it would be an accurate headline. That’s why the yearbooks have been scrubbed. They are a testament to the incredible power these girls had over their teachers, parents and the boys of Georgetown Prep, Landon and other schools in the area. In the pages below, you will see multiple photos and references to binge drinking and the accompanying joy of not being able to remember any of it.


  49. earl says:

    ‘…. why women’s testimony was worth only that of a child’s in court…’

    Even in the Bible the Law states the witness of two men is true. (and if you look to the side other versus where one lone witness isn’t enough). Makes more sense than the feminist logic of just believing anything a woman says .

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  50. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    You are being blocked, because of your cookie dough comment… 😜

    Liked by 2 people

  51. Farm Boy says:

    There is something extremely curious about the course of the Brett Kavanaugh sexual-assault controversy thus far. At least based on the evidence and her conduct through today, Christine Blasey Ford seems to be making minimal effort to prove her case. In fact, with a strong assist from her Democratic allies, she seems to be making every effort not to prove her case. Absent an FBI investigation that’s not forthcoming and not necessary, she’s refusing to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee, in essence asking that a single, unsworn letter be allowed to stand as the heart and soul of a claim that could alter history and destroy a man’s reputation.


  52. Farm Boy says:

    This is insanity, but it is what the #MeToo movement has wrought. Forget innocent until proven guilty. If you’re a man, it’s innocent until accused.


  53. Liz says:

    “You are being blocked, because of your cookie dough comment…

    Well, if I’m going to get blocked for cookie dough I might as well admit to a lot more!
    I once ate cat. Yeah! Cannibalism, yo!!!
    (I was young and foolish and much blonder so I didn’t actually realize I was eating cat…apparently bulgogi sauce makes all meat taste like bulgogi)

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  54. RichardP says:

    Others have commented on this statement by Ms. Miranda: “The incident DID happen, many of us heard about it in school.”

    The incident supposedly occured during the summer, so how did they hear about it in school?. In the story as told, no clothes came off, so not even close to a rape. How would that have been of any interest to talk about – even if the term “school” meant “after school started in the fall”. It’s possible that is what she meant. But what was there to talk about? Particularly if such parties were common.

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  55. RichardP says:

    Given the backtracking that is going on – it seems that some women are learning that “I believe her” has to be followed with “I have proof”. Since they have none, they don’t wish to be required to account for why they “believe her”.

    Publicizing this backtracking in the face of being asked for proof can only be a good thing.

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  56. Liz says:

    [off-topic evening blab…no coffee!]
    Just went to pick up my son at football practice at the high school here and I have to say, this place has the prettiest girls’ softball team I’ve ever seen. Girl softball players usually tend to be kind of thick. Why, I don’t know. It isn’t the sport gazelles play….wow. just….wow. Not a thickie among them. Colorado is like some closely held secret. I had no idea! [/the blab has ended]

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  57. RichardP says:

    It’s that clear mountain air and the running with wolves.

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  58. SFC Ton says:

    Cat, monkey and rat are all equally shitty meals.

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  59. SFC Ton says:

    South Coastal College in SC had some mighty fine looking lady soft ball players. I banged the head coach because she went to the Olympics and I needed to mark that off my to do list but the team got shut down for prostitution before I could bang all of them

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  60. Liz says:

    Straight, cute and non-butch looking Olympic level softball player….
    That must be one hell of a challenging to-do list, Ton. 😆


  61. BuenaVista says:

    Fond memories of Holton Arms. I met a State Dept. muckity on the flight from London back to Dulles. We were held up until her crew hopped on the plane, after doing “women’s rights outreach” in Afghanistan. She was rocking very tight jeans.

    I was newly divorced and I just about passed out before I got her card in the passport control line at Dulles. On our second date she started crying and saying, “I have a child.” That was Holton Arms-speak for “I’m married.” The toddler had a habit of calling me “Da-da.” (Dad worked for a bank in Hong Kong.) He looks like a Greek god at this point.

    As though her job didn’t define it, Ford is a B+ intellect at best. The smart girls in DC go to TJ, NCS, or Sidwell.

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  62. BuenaVista says:

    Liz, if you think softball practice was stunning, wait until you see the volleyball team. They wear skin-tight tiny little shorts. And they have thigh gaps.

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  63. Farm Boy says:

    I wonder how effective the woman’s rights outreach in Afghanistan was…

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  64. earl says:

    Colorado is often cited as the most fit state in the nation.

    And with this nation’s obesity epidemic that’s on par with being the smartest horse.

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  65. BuenaVista says:

    Sugar babies are the future. If rich middle-aged women expect the gravy train, like it’s 1968, might as well make some millennial’s monthly college debt payment, and have some laughs and good times.

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  66. BuenaVista says:

    I respect her efforts, Farmboy, which were sincere. But holy cow, the idiocy of the US government to send people there to do social engineering.

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  67. Liz says:

    LOL BV….
    I went to the parent athletic conference school night (or some such) here (our first so far… the day after we arrived so I don’t remember a whole lot but…).
    Saw them. The volleyball team here is gianormous, with seriously adorable, hot girls.
    But the softball team impressed me more.
    Why? Well…it’s softball for goodness’ sake!

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  68. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    Yeah, but they have ugly Hooters girls


  69. Liz says:

    LOL Gah…well, all the good looking ones are working at Twin Peaks. 😆


  70. earl says:

    ‘I wonder how effective the woman’s rights outreach in Afghanistan was…’

    That just sounds like a front for something else.


  71. BuenaVista says:

    So we now know that Liz is hetero, doesn’t appreciate female legs and butts, and probably lives somewhere east of Denver, where all the children are above average and all the houses are pastel. Mr. Liz wouldn’t fly for Frontier, so alas, he’s with United.

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  72. Farm Boy says:

    I had her pegged west of Denver, down to a town even

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  73. BuenaVista says:

    The airport is east. West is traffic hell, if transiting to the airport. Me, I just stay downtown and walk or take the bus.


  74. Farm Boy says:

    A British woman has been questioned by police in Spain after doctors found a dead tortoise inside her vagina, according to reports in the Spanish media.

    [Odd these Britishers are]

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  75. Farm Boy says:

    I also had Liz pegged more south than north

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  76. earl says:

    She’s probably somewhere between Ft. Collins and the Springs.


  77. Farm Boy says:

    Consider the spectacle: Judge Kavanaugh’s nomination for the U.S. Supreme Court, the embodiment of a modern rule of law, is being decided in the Senate by the medieval practice of trial by ordeal, such as surviving immersion in fire or ice. Trial by ordeal was outlawed by the Lateran Council in 1215.

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  78. honeycomb says:

    No .. Liz is in .. Raw Cookie Dough, Las Vegas Nv .. lots of flavors

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  79. Liz says:

    I am a bit west of Denver.
    The homes here are few and far between (2 to 4 acre properties, up on a mountain), but the test scores are very high in the school (it’s one of the top high schools in the state).

    Mike doesn’t fly for United, it’s a different major airline (we have a lot of friends who fly for United though)…
    he starts again in October so he has not, as of yet, encountered traffic hell.
    However, I am indeed furiously straight, so you have that right. LOL 🙂

    this conversation reminds me, just yesterday we went to some cafe nearby…
    the water I poured my glass from had crystals in it, so I asked the server what they were.
    She became very excited and animated talking about crystals and how there were studies down and the molecular structure of water changes with “good feelings” and when you have “bad feelings” the crystalline structure of the water is different on a molecular level.
    Long ago I got a degree in chemistry.
    So obviously I’m sitting there trying to keep a straight face, knowing that Mike loves this sort of thing (nutty women expressively talking about…whatever. Because he loves women he likes it when they do stupid shit like that).
    Later I told him I was trying to keep a straight face. And he said he knew that, and was trying to keep a straight face watching me trying to keep a straight face. LOL

    Ah well….che bella vita! 🙂

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  80. Liz says:

    Nope honeycomb. LOL
    Spent four years (two different assignments) in Las Vegas though. 🙂


  81. Liz says:

    I should add…he doesn’t fly for Frontier either.


  82. honeycomb says:

    I flew for Northwest .. got furloughed after 911 .. never went back to the red-tail .. I’d be a Delta bubba these days if I had recalled.

    Glad I went back to Generating Electricity .. I have a pension again .. along with a great 401k .. and I can sleep in my own bed every night .. I can work on my hobbies everyday .. yeah .. I work more physical days .. but I get paid for every hour I’m away from home (i.e. 10 minute commute) .. unlike the airlines where you only get paid for the hours you fly .. not wait-time or cummute time. Ugh .. never again.

    I have a guess as to the airline Liz .. but .. I can keep a secret .. lol

    Yenz enjoy Co .. I’d love to live in Montana or Wyoming or Idaho when I retire.

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  83. BuenaVista says:

    Get yourselves a little airplane and fly the KASE 15 departure. (“Wait, that mountain isn’t moving.”) For more sporty fun, Leadville and then Gunnison. It’s very interesting, as a flatlander, to depart at full power and watch the mountains … stay … in the same position.

    Most of the jets leaving Aspen do so illegally (they’re overweight, because the passengers don’t want to stop at Jeffco to fuel up). They’ll never make it out in the event of a V1 cut.

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  84. honeycomb says:

    Very few jets have the power to make High Alt Depts on One Motor Inoperative a lazy day at the office.

    All Part 23 & 25 aircraft have differing requirements on such activity.

    And .. any pilot that exceeds the aircrafts POH (or equiv.) is an idiot.

    Though .. I’d suggest never flying a single engine airplane if one engine inop bothers you .. HEH.

    BV you should see some of the interesting ways some Hi Alt airports are treated at the airlines .. it’s FAA (or governing country) exemptions that make it legal. I’ve been allowed to violate Aircraft POH Limitations for such actvities.

    And .. also .. any jet pilots first Hi Alt Jet take-off will be an eye openner if he has only operated in the low plains of the USofA. So is Balanced Field Operations .. it’s very EYE OPENNING.

    The simulator can’t truly replicate that experience .. and it never will.


  85. honeycomb says:

    BV .. I’m gonna build a KitFox or a Rans back-country 2 seater started at the end if next year for a play toy .. I love (cheap) back-country flying.

    I’m trying to schedule sun-n-fun and Oskosh next year to visit the booths and lectures / hands-on labs .. gotta re-learn fabric work .. fun times ahead.


  86. mgtowhorseman says:

    Before 911 used to love jumpseating from Toronto to Vancouver. Refueling stop in Butte.

    That departure with the big fucking mountain facing you on climbout. Since we had no passengers the fuckers wouldn’t rotate til just before the runoff and then do a max power climb.

    MD80s are great for that.


  87. Getting an early start on my Christmas list…

    h/t stupidgirlblog

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  88. “No, sorry, you may not laugh at novelist Margaret Atwood’s lugubrious ideas about what would happen if–horrors!–evangelical Christians took over the United States: a theocratic dictatorship called “The Republic of Gilead,” in which men order women to wear creepy red cloaks and bonnets and force them to go to church on Sunday.

    You may not chuckle at Hulu’s torture-porn spinoff series, in which bonneted and po-faced Elizabeth Moss as Handmaid Offred endures everything from rape to cattle prods to cutting off her own ear–because you how evangelical Christian men are.”

    Watched the first episode. It was shite. Also, Elizabeth Moss is ugly-ish.


  89. President Donald Trump in Las Vegas:
    “I’m angry at Democrats because of what they do to our country. Today’s Democratic Party is held hostage by left-wing haters, angry mobs, socialist fanatics, deep-state bureaucrats and their fake-news allies. Except for a lot of the fake news that you see from these people back here, this is an incredible time for our country. America is winning again. America is being respected again.”

    Trump needs to actually take the velvet gloves off after the mid-terms.


  90. Cheque d'Out says:

    Written shortly after Atwood visited the enlightened regimes of the middle east, I’ve heard. Rather unfashionable to mention such things nowadays

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  91. Farm Boy says:

    When Kavanaugh’s defenders make excuses for his alleged sexual assault and attempted rape of Christine Blasey Ford, they are endorsing and channeling white male privilege and toxic white masculinity. In America, these unearned advantages are the almost exclusive province of those who are white and male. This type of white entitlement is also amplified and exaggerated for rich, white, conservative heterosexual men.

    Elite white men like Brett Kavanaugh (and of course Donald Trump) represent white male privilege and entitlement on steroids. If confirmed to the Supreme Court, Kavanaugh will be the White Male Privilege Affluenza Justice.


  92. Cheque d'Out says:

    Treason May the human(ish) slinky

    Liked by 4 people

  93. @CdO
    Are you breaking EU law by posting images of trade-marked products?

    Liked by 1 person

  94. The festering twats (including the Y chromo-ed trannies) at salon … well, actually that says it all.

    Liked by 1 person

  95. Liz says:

    KH: “festering twats….”
    I’m adding this to my list of favorite descriptive colloquial insults.
    (which also includes cock juggler, cunt on a stick, and she could stick her face in dough and make gorilla cookies….)

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  96. Liz says:

    I’m liking my own post.
    That’s right.

    Liked by 4 people

  97. I’d do both of ’em. Now’s good.


  98. Gets the ball rolling don’t it. Like putting that first dollar in the hat.

    Liked by 1 person

  99. Liz says:

    [morning blab, yeah coffeeee! Woohoo!]
    So, we recently replaced out basement carpet. It looked new, but the entire basement smelled awful and we couldn’t figure out why and the carpet was the only thing in there really (other than the furnace). Then we met a neighbor who told us the last owner was a marijuana dealer. NOW it makes sense why our basement smelled like skunk! Gah…guess he moved to Hawaii. Amazing how much money one can make dealing pot, even when it’s legal (though the government does restrict how much and who can grow it and so forth).
    Anyway, the carpet fixed the smell
    [/the blab has ended]


  100. Farm Boy says:

    “And so I believe her,” Gillibrand said. “I stand with her.”

    Less than ten seconds later, Gillibrand was complaining that her Republican counterparts had “already made up their minds” about whether they believed Kavanaugh’s accuser “without the benefit of an FBI investigation” — which is the same exact thing Gillibrand did.


  101. Farm Boy says:

    “Christine Blasey Ford is the Eric Clanton of the Kavanaugh confirmation hearings. You morons remember Clanton, don’t you? He was the antifa pussy who clubbed a Trump supporter with a bike lock, and I say pussy because just look at the video: He’s hanging in the back of the crowd, then suddenly bursts out in front, hits the guy when he isn’t looking, and disappears back into the crowd. Clanton obviously didn’t expect any consequences for his cowardly attack, but hadn’t counted on being tracked down and identified by 4chan. And it’s the same with Ford. She expected to just toss in a stink bomb and then disappear back into anonymity as just another #MeToo victim. And the Democrats expected the GOP to just flop like the Cleveland Browns late in the season and that would be that. Oh,and completely scrubbing her internet presence made her bad faith even more obvious. That’s like your wife coming home and you suddenly have a completely blank browser history. That’s not innocent housekeeping, that’s a tell.”


  102. Liz says:

    ““And so I believe her,” Gillibrand said. “I stand with her.”

    Think I’ve mentioned her before.
    Gillibrand is a horror of a human being. Festering twat.
    In a just world her responsibilities would be limited to mopping up after the peep show.

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  103. Farm Boy says:

    .@SenFeinstein says “the media outed” Judge Kavanaugh’s accuser. But only Democrats & their aides had access to the letter. So what she really means is Democrats leaked the letter. Either @SenFeinstein approved the leak or she can’t control her own committee. Neither good.

    — Tom Cotton (@TomCottonAR) September 19, 2018

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  104. Farm Boy says:

    A friend of the woman who killed three people in a mass shooting in Maryland Thursday revealed that she identified as a transgender male.


  105. Farm Boy says:

    Feminists are always telling us there are no differences between the sexes, that women can do anything men can do. Except, sometimes they are too small to do things, like hold a large phone.

    Suddenly, it is sexist if products are not produced with women’s smaller frame in mind. But if women need to join the fire department, police department or military, we are told that women are capable and the same as men.

    It’s baffling until one realizes that it is about female privilege. Everything in society has to be geared towards women, not men and any product or activity that men participate in must be infiltrated by women who demand not equal treatment, but special treatment.


  106. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    Which really sucks, because she is actually kinda cute.


  107. Farm Boy says:

    My own theory is that a small minority on the identitarian Left have used various Maoist tactics, including public shaming on social media, to persuade people that their doctrinaire positions on #MeToo allegations and a range of other issues – gender is a social construct, masculinity is toxic, climate change is caused by misogyny, etc. – are much more ubiquitous than they really are, thereby stifling dissent.


  108. That’s a negative, Ghostrider.


  109. earl says:

    “You may not chuckle at Hulu’s torture-porn spinoff series, in which bonneted and po-faced Elizabeth Moss as Handmaid Offred endures everything from rape to cattle prods to cutting off her own ear–because you how evangelical Christian men are.”

    That sounds more like what feminists would think evangelical Christian men are. As woman hating as they are.

    Reality is most of them worship the ground women walk on.


  110. Cheque d'Out says:

    Happy Friday Evening, I’m having a mellow, retro time, trying to get over the disappointment that Saggy May didn’t have the decency to die resign today

    Fuckit, hopefully next week

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  111. Cheque d'Out says:

    Straight back to student days, Summer in Hyde Park

    A better mood already


  112. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    “But if women need to join the fire department, police department or military, we are told that women are capable and the same as men.”


    Except that women are almost always held to lower physical fitness and endurance standards than men are.


  113. Larry G says:

    My 2c worth of “give a shit” today


  114. Farm Boy says:

    Yandy is pretty well known for making “sexy” costumes out of anything—from South Park to Slender Man. But people drew the line on one of the company’s latest ensembles—a sexy version of the handmaid outfit from Hulu’s The Handmaid’s Tale—leading Yandy to remove it from its site and issue an apology.

    [Good excuse to show those pictures again that was]


  115. Farm Boy says:

    Dr. Ford has indicated to Republicans she doesn’t want to fly, in part revealing why she doesn’t want the hearing to be on Monday

    — Burgess Everett (@burgessev) September 21, 2018

    [Ride the train she could]


  116. Farm Boy says:

    But Plibersek is comparing the same level for different jobs. Early childhood education — to have that as a job — does require knowledge, but it is far different work (obviously) than metal fabrication, which requires technical skills, sometimes artistry, and often risk of physical harm. Early childhood education does not. That is why the pay is so different.


  117. Farm Boy says:

    Statements on the billboards include “People of faith love those who have abortions” and “God loves those who have abortions,”


  118. Farm Boy says:

    “If the attack on Dr. Ford was as bad as she says, charges would have been immediately filed with local Law Enforcement Authorities by either her or her loving parents,” Trump tweeted. “I ask that she bring those filings forward so that we can learn date, time, and place!”


  119. SFC Ton says:

    But if women need to join the fire department, police department or military, we are told that women are capable and the same as men.”

    To that I always ask, of they are as capable as me why isn’t I shouldn’t punch them in the fucking mouth when they piss me off?

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  120. SFC Ton says:

    Every Halloween I dress up like a pimp and the Girls dress like…. well my Girls

    This year they’ll be in that red outfit


  121. Farm Boy says:

    Feinstein: “Show some heart” and “Wait until Dr. Ford feels that she can come before the committee,” Presumably Some Time in 2021 or Maybe 2025
    Grassley: The Drop-Dead Deadline is 10PM Tonight. If We Don’t Get a “Yes,” We Vote on Monday.


  122. Farm Boy says:

    Juanita Broaddrick, who accused Bill Clinton of raping her in 1978 while he was running for governor of Arkansas, says she will testify before the U.S. Senate if Brett Kavanaugh’s accuser will not.


  123. Larry G says:

    ““If the attack on Dr. Ford was as bad as she says, charges would have been immediately filed with local Law Enforcement Authorities by either her or her loving parents,” Trump tweeted. “I ask that she bring those filings forward so that we can learn date, time, and place!”

    It baffles me why any sane person is paying attention to that cunt Ford in the first place..Fuck that bitch, her sniveling is as important as a fart in a hurricane. She just needs a good solid bitch slap to keep her quiet and in her place.

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  124. SFC Ton says:

    Let’s face it, the left pushing the Ford claims is just smart and dirty pool on their part. The claims don’t have to be accurate for the media and social pressure to work.

    If they delay things long enough, maybe they will win big in the midterm elections and they can derail all of Trumps supreme court nominations.

    Thats how you play to win and they always play to win, which is always the same thing to do.

    So all the folks being baffled about folks giving her claim any attention baffles me.

    If the GOP had any balls it A wouldn’t be the GOP and B would have ignored all that bullshit and confirmed Trumps nomination with a straight up party vote

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