(Fried Ice) Squared

The Manosphere agrees that deep down women want a strong man in her life.  There is plenty of evidence to suggest this, fish and bicycles notwithstanding.  Feminism as a whole has worked diligently to reduce the strength of men, starting with raising emasculated boys.

I am thinking here that the seeming contradiction should be obvious.  What could be the explanation for such behavior?

I.  It is somehow a society wide shit test.  Do men as a whole have the strength to stand up to women?

2. It is a filtering mechanism to allow the men who have the ability to naturally generate tingles to be more easily identified.

3.  There is no rational explanation.  It is just straight-up looney behavior..


Then we will discuss more in a follow-on post
















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191 comments on “(Fried Ice) Squared
  1. honeycomb says:

    Short answer ..

    I’ll take #4 .. It’s rebellion of GOD.

    Or #5 .. th wimminz wish to be a god .. which is #4 .. so ..

    I’ll take #4 for a $1000 Alex.

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  2. BuenaVista says:

    Cultural marxism: Granting power to the ‘oppressed’ to right historical ‘wrongs.’ This promises practitioners disproportionate power. Financial marxism bombed, so they changed their from a monetary focus, to achieving their social objectives via a manufactured genital and racial social currency.

    Taleb makes the point clearly that most odd social and political (well, they’re the same since Hillary sold some people that everything personal is political). An example he uses is how a few noisy people caused whole swathes of the food industry to be “kosher.” It was cheaper for them to shrug and capitulate than say, “Then down’t buy our product then.” In this way, people with no actual skin in the game — maybe 10% — to tell the 90% what to do. That’s massive, unearned influenced. And 10% of western women really, really, really hate males.

    43% of boys are born to single mothers. 85% of public schoolteachers are females. The point is that the majority of boys are supposed to grow up lacking male examples in one or both of their sole environments. And people wonder why boys hide behind games or feral gangs.

    TL:DR: a small cohort of freaks achieve power by making noise, and then inserting themselves in any institution that will put up with them. That’s a force multiplier, and women then feel obligated to follow these small mobs of RightThinking self-appointed social arbiters.

    An anecdote: I found when dating that the fastest way to score was to blatantly violate the PC squishy male social conventions. Ominously, in the past two years, however, I find the normal women now comply with the directive to go Peak Bitch for no reason. Thanks,
    Harvey. (Drink!)

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  3. Liz says:

    “43% of boys are born to single mothers. 85% of public schoolteachers are females. The point is that the majority of boys are supposed to grow up lacking male examples in one or both of their sole environments. And people wonder why boys hide behind games or feral gangs.”

    An elementary school near our last base had a fatherless rate of….can’t remember the exact number, but I think it was over 75 percent.
    They tried to recruit service men to be mentors for the young boys who had no positive male influences in their lives. The program had to shut down because one transgender wanted to be a male mentor…it obviously wasn’t well received when a woman with a beard showed up to be a “male mentor” for a young boy.

    Saw a funny (true) meme with the image of an AK47 with the words:
    “The only thing Socialism produced that actually works and the liberals hate it”

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  4. BuenaVista says:

    Thread. One of them even flies a Russian plane!


  5. Larry G says:

    Easy. Feminists are fucking nuts. That is all

    [Number 3 that would be]


  6. mgtowhorseman says:


  7. mgtowhorseman says:

    Because I proudly do every fucking one of the things in that video. Because I can.


  8. mgtowhorseman says:

    Can you test the baby monitor?

    Goes to nursery and starts telling yo mama jokes.

    Wife death stare

    See it works!

    Yup done it.

    Stop spending money


    Dog walks by wearing tuxedo

    What? He’s getting married!

    Yup done it (ok it was a horse)

    P.s. anybody wanna buy a tuxedo size xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxl?


  9. mgtowhorseman says:

    Me Isn’t this great!

    Her Not really.

    Me (looking down from top bunk) Why what’s wrong??


  10. mgtowhorseman says:

    Life is sooooooo much more fun when you dont give a fuck what anyone thinks!!

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  11. mgtowhorseman says:


  12. 1a. Bull-dykes, who come off as just shitty versions of men don’t look as bad by comparison when most men are super-sized soy-boys.

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  13. Cheque d'Out says:


    “Hi honey this is Daddy. Is Mommy near the phone?”

    “No Daddy. She’s upstairs in the bedroom with Uncle Paul.”

    After a brief pause, Daddy says, “But honey, you haven’t got an Uncle Paul.”

    “Oh yes I do, and he’s upstairs in the room with Mommy, right now.”

    Brief Pause.

    “Uh, okay then, this is what I want you to do. Put the phone down on the table, run upstairs and knock on the bedroom door and shout to Mommy that Daddy’s car just pulled into the driveway.”

    “Okay Daddy, just a minute.”

    A few minutes later the little girl comes back to the phone. “I did it Daddy.”

    “And what happened honey?” he asked.

    “Well, Mommy got all scared, jumped out of bed with no clothes on and ran around screaming.

    Then she tripped over the rug, hit her head on the dresser and now she isn’t moving at all!”

    “Oh my God!!! What about your Uncle Paul?”

    “He jumped out of the bed with no clothes on, too. He was all scared and he jumped out of the back window and into the swimming pool. But I guess he didn’t know that you took out the water last week to clean it. He hit the bottom of the pool and he isn’t moving either.”

    ***Long Pause***

    ***Longer Pause***

    ***Even Longer Pause***

    Then Daddy says, “Swimming pool? Is this 486-5731?”

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  14. earl says:

    Honeycomb has the correct answer….and the longer we continue to rebel the crazier we become.

    And the worst part is this manifests itself as victimhood mentality and many are rewarded for it…rather than understanding you are going the wrong direction.


  15. earl says:

    Today’s quiz for the day…what’s the difference between sacrifice mentality and victimhood mentality?


  16. earl says:

    That could be a tradthot or a libthot.


  17. If I understand what you mean by “sacrifice mentality”, the difference is locus of control.

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  18. @FML
    >95% chance its a hoax perpetrated by some dykes teaching there.

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  19. Liz says:

    I was thinking that too, KH.
    Cui bono is usually the question with the answer.


  20. earl says:

    Hey watcha doooing dykey?


  21. Liz says:

    You’d think this sort of ruse would stop working but it never seems to.


  22. Liz says:

    Last USAF academy “hate crime” had “go home n*ggers!” written on one of the dorm rooms of a black cadet. Oh my oh my everyone was up in arms. General came down and said “haters need to go! we won’t tolerate this”
    Every thinking person in the room could guess who really did it…because, entering the AF academy is not easy, so who would take the risk of getting kicked out to write a message like that? Not rocket surgery, this.

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  23. Who has access to the school before/after hours? Look at the posters. Do you really think some teen-age boys made those?

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  24. Liz says:

    My guess is teenaged girls. Not teachers.


  25. @Liz
    “You’d think this sort of ruse would stop working but it never seems to.”

    These people always think of themselves as genius agent-provocateurs when they come up with the same idea over and over again. That the media eats this shit up is the only reason it works.

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  26. earl says:

    Much like LARPing as baby making handmaidens…maybe wimminz are fed up with being professional victims with nothing to show for it and want to go back to the kitchen and submit to their husband in order to do something useful. This is just their cry for help.


  27. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:



  28. That’s more than reasonable, but I bet they had “inside” help from faculty.


  29. Not a fan of Milo, but he’s right about the hate hoaxes.


  30. “Much like LARPing as baby making handmaidens”

    The fact that our current reality is the complete opposite of the handmaid scenario is just proof of how detached from the real world those creatures are.

    Also, women love to play dress-up.

    There’s no need to cry for help. They could walk into a normal healthy relationship today if they wanted to, but they don’t want to. They’re addicted to the powerful emotions that “resisting” and playing the victim generates. How could stability and slowly building a life/family with a decent man compete with that roller-coaster ride?


  31. Liz says:

    Two assignments ago, there was a fake sexual assault claim on base, visiting female fighter pilot. Her shirt was ripped, she had some smacks on her face. She said a vagrant broke into her room. The city and military collaborated on that one. Forensic evidence from the city indicated she’d made the whole thing up. You’d think a female fighter pilot wouldn’t do something like that, but she did. The city wanted to press charges but the military protected her because they didn’t want the bad coverage. Anyway, upon investigation seems she had a history of claim sexual assault at other bases too. They start a file on her….one might wonder why someone like that would completely fabricate an assault claim to the point of ripping her own shirt and smacking her face against the wall…it happens.
    Something similar happened with the massively publicized Lt Colonel Wilkerson trial. On top of a complete lack of evidence, General Franklin had evidence on behalf of the defense that the “medical provider” accuser had a history of claiming assault at different places. None of this mattered to Gilibrand (or other women in Congress) of course.

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  32. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    “There is a reason that Islamism and Feminism get along so well. Because they are both authoritarian doctrines that hate the west”.

    So true…

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  33. Liz says:

    Good thing happened from that assault case though (the former, not the Wilkerson trial). They put video cameras up and after that two other men accused of rape were acquitted based on video evidence during the next year (I left after that, I left the base but I suspect the trend continued).

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  34. Liz says:

    It doesn’t take a whole lot of these cases to make one very jaded about assault claims. When I mention these experiences outside of sphere forums, the result is typically either disbelief (they think I’m fabricating these experiences, ironically), or just “NAWALT!”
    Well, yeah…I’m well aware not all women make false claims but the record is seriously disturbing. We’re told the vast majority of accusers are honest but in my experience at just that one base 9 out of 10 (I’m being generous as there weren’t ten…maybe eventually a real would would come out) were fabricated. This is why I get elated when an officer brings a successful civil case against an accuser.

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  35. Liz says:

    I’m nervous about my son entering this world, and I’m very glad my spouse is now out of it.

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  36. earl says:

    ‘Also, women love to play dress-up.’

    Seems like their favorite costume is being a victim.

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  37. Liz says:

    [/blab] The morning blab has ended


  38. Cill says:

    “Look at the posters. Do you really think some teen-age boys made those?”

    I doubt it. The posters trotted out the stuff the feminists drone on and on about in their negative depictions of masculinity, and the thoughts that they insist we incessantly have in our heads.

    From the article:
    there was a school assembly that featured male faculty talking about the event and what he said was referred to as a celebration of “toxic masculinity.”

    It’s too pat, too convenient. Sure looks like a setup to me.

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  39. Liz says:

    Anyone hear the latest that Avenatti tweeted that the caravan is “obviously a setup” by GOP?
    They’re obviously projecting their own behavior on others….
    But it’s a real tell that even they know their own policies are so catatonically stupid it looks like an opposition setup.


  40. Liz says:

    Okay gonna stop blabbing and go hem up some holes in football jersey pants.
    Want to lift my mood a bit.
    This is why I like levity…

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  41. Cheque d'Out says:

    In these days of diminished patience with politicians, things are apt to escalate rather quickly


  42. Cheque d'Out says:

    “Anyone hear the latest that Avenatti tweeted that the caravan is “obviously a setup” by GOP?”

    Looks like a tough narrative to sell. Is that optimism, desperation or mental illness?

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  43. Cill says:

    “go hem up some holes in football jersey”

    It’s good that you know your place there, Liz.

    I suppose I should go somewhere myself. To sleep would be a good idea. It’s past 3:30 am here.

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  44. Cill says:

    What a loathsome toad Stewart McDonald MP would be. Robinson was motivated by the official covering up of Muslim rape gangs – the deliberate connivance of police and local government in that sickening pedophilia. Where were McDonald and “Mr Speaker” while that was going on? Robinson is twice the man they are. No, he is a man. They are slime.

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  45. Cheque d'Out says:

    Cill (anyone) did you watch Tommy’s speech where he laid out the path to his case being sent to the AG? Disgusting. No wonder the judge didn’t fancy taking the heat


  46. Cill says:

    Do you have a link?


  47. Cheque d'Out says:


  48. Larry G says:



    Karma biting females back in the ass? Payback is a bitch, eh?

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  49. earl says:

    Employers generally like people who produce…they don’t like victims who whine all day about how they are discriminated against not producing.

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  50. https://www.foxnews.com/politics/suspicious-package-found-at-clintons-home-police-say

    >95% chance this is a false flag leftist plot. Why would anyone on the right send bombs to these losers when the right seems to be winning and possibly building on majorities in the Senate and possibly the House as well? Ludicrous.

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  51. Cheque d'Out says:

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  52. Cheque d'Out says:

    I seriously don’t think that the French understand the British


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  53. earl says:

    I also remember reading a report that something like that was sent to Soros house in NY. Which made me wonder…is he an American citizen?


  54. Time to fill in the chunnel.

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  55. Cheque d'Out says:


  56. Cill says:

    Spawny I couldn’t hear all that Robison said, but got the gist of it.

    I follow as much of this sort of thing as time will permit. The result of feminism is that the UK is rejecting all things “patriarchal” across the board, including the rule of law, due process and presumption of innocence, and freedom of opinion. Most damaging of all is rejection of the separation of the powers, which I’m afraid has now well and truly happened. The UK is a police state in fact, and increasingly so in practice. Same trend is happening all over the feminist world.

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  57. Cill says:

    Work time for me. Catch you later.

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  58. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    The UK is only a police state in regards to stifling differing opinions. The UK is not a police state, when it comes to the roving gangs of foreign rapists and murderers.

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  59. Larry G says:

    self explanatory

    [But being a victim strive for we do]

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  60. Ame says:

    I’m nervous about my son entering this world, and I’m very glad my spouse is now out of it.

    i’ve found that my daughters are more accepting of how things are today than i am in that it’s what they know and all they’ve ever known.

    for example, sometimes i think it’d be nice not to have any kind of caller id again, but my girls have no clue what that’s like 🙂

    and i think it’d be nice to not have something tracking your every move … but, again, my girls just assume this is ‘normal’ as it’s how the world is that they’ve grown up in.

    i’m sure you and Mike have prepared him well … and that the stress you feel over it is not the same as what he experiences.

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  61. Ame says:

    You Want The Original Snowflake Test? Here It Is
    Kyle S. Reyes | March 27, 2017

    Wow. Apparently this Snowflake Test was quite the talk of America.

    I’m not going to lie … it’s been an exhausting – yet incredible – media tour. I’ve been blessed to be on Fox and Friends four times, The Kennedy Show, Varney and Co., Risk and Reward, and more than 100 radio programs.

    Why so much excitement over it?

    I like to think it’s because patriotic Americans are sick and tired of the sniveling, whining, entitled brats who believe that everything should be handed to them on a silver platter.

    And of course that line right there is going to trigger many of them, sending them crawling out of their safe spaces with lines like “we are snowflakes but snowflakes make blizzards!” and “you’re such a sexist, racist, homophobic bigot that I’m going to burn down your business.”

    Unfortunately for you tender souls, I’ve now had hundreds of companies reach out to me with overwhelming support and encouragement … letting me know that they too will be implementing similar tests to take out the trash before it starts stinking up their business.

    Looks like summer is coming, snowflakes.

    Instead of accepting a dime for the test … I’m going to go ahead and share it now with all of America.

    I hope you’ll help share this test with other patriotic Americans. And of course make sure to keep following me here on Facebook – because like the coming summer … I’m just warming up.

    The Snowflake Test

    Outside of standard benefits, what benefits should a company offer employees?
    What should the national minimum wage be?
    How many sick days should be given to employees?
    How often should employees get raises?
    How do you feel about guns?
    What are your feelings about employees or clients carrying guns?
    What are your feelings about safe spaces in challenging work environments?
    In a creative environment like The Silent Partner Marketing, what do you envision work attire looking like?
    Should “trigger warnings” be issued before we release content for clients or the company that might be considered “controversial”?
    How do you feel about police?
    If you owned the company and were to find out that a client is operating unethically but was a high paying client…how would you handle it?
    When was the last time you cried and why?
    You arrive at an event for work and there’s a major celebrity you’ve always wanted to meet. What happens next?
    What’s your favorite kind of adult beverage?
    What’s the best way to communicate with clients?
    What’s your favorite thing to do in your free time?
    What are your thoughts on the current college environment as it pertains to a future workforce?
    What’s your typical breakfast?
    What’s your favorite drink when you go to a coffeehouse?
    How do you handle bullies?
    How do you handle it when your ideas are shot down?
    What do you do if a coworker comes to the table with an idea and it sucks?
    What does the first amendment mean to you?
    What does faith mean to you?
    Who is your role model and why?
    “You’re in Starbucks with two friends. Someone runs in and says someone is coming in with a gun in 15 seconds to shoot patrons. They offer you a gun. Do you take it? What do you do next?”
    What does America mean to you?
    You see someone stepping on an American flag. What do you do?
    What does “privilege” mean to you?
    What’s more important? Book smarts or street smarts? Why?


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  62. earl says:

    ‘I’m nervous about my son entering this world, and I’m very glad my spouse is now out of it.’

    I don’t know if we are starting to see the first bits of it with Trump…but at some point the feminist nonsense is going to fall apart either by men taking back their rightful position or civilization collapsing under the evil gynocracy. It may be in his lifetime or it could be in a couple of generations. It’s interesting times indeed.


  63. Cheque d'Out says:


  64. earl says:

    ‘Democracy no longer works in the UK.’

    LOL…like they think they are in a democracy.

    What the EU wants, the EU gets until the system collapses under its incompetence or they start electing the last few ballsy men in Britian who say FU to the EU.

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  65. Cheque d'Out says:

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  66. honeycomb says:

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  67. earl says:

    Hey Soros…whatcha doing?

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  68. earl says:

    When they can’t get their way through tyranny they play the only other card they have…the victim.

    ‘Midterm False Flag: Left Plays Victim Card With Pipe Bomb Ploy, Bigger Moves Ahead’


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  69. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    I wonder if they got Dr Ford to send them…

    She wouldn’t remember if she did…

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  70. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    The only thing that might lead me to believe that the Dems had them sent, is that just like everything else the Dems do, none of it worked!

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  71. Farm Boy says:

    In fact, perhaps it is time that we lay claim to a movement — #IamSexist. Think about its national and international implications as we take responsibility for our sexism, our misogyny, our patriarchy.

    It is hard to admit we are sexist. I, for instance, would like to think that I possess genuine feminist bona fides, but who am I kidding? I am a failed and broken feminist. More pointedly, I am sexist. There are times when I fear for the “loss” of my own “entitlement” as a male. Toxic masculinity takes many forms. All forms continue to hurt and to violate women.



  72. Farm Boy says:

    “Reality has for a long time dictated people’s beliefs about men and women,” said activist Rebecca Vaughn. “And it’s time for people to finally stand up against it.”

    Reality is notoriously stubborn on issues of sex and gender, imposing chromosomes on people that tend to divide them into two distinct groups, male and female, and making the two groups different in immutable ways. This has been the main cause of sexism and gender inequality throughout history, but now many on the left are ready to take it on.



  73. Farm Boy says:

    CBS Denver reported Monday that a spokesperson for Adams 12 Five Star school district admitted that the staff of Rocky Top Middle School should have notified parents in advance about what they knew would be a controversial event: the visitation of “Jessica L’Whor,” who, dressed in drag garb, ended up speaking to four different classes of 6th-8th graders, reading a book on bullying, and answering questions about “negativity and hate.”



  74. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    “The district said it would not apologize, however, for inviting the drag queen to talk to the middle schoolers, a decision the school made in the name of “inclusiveness” and “diversity.””

    Because freaks need to be included too!

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  75. Farm Boy says:

    But of course

    ”Asked to think the way a liberal thinks, conservatives answered moral questions just as the liberal would answer them, but liberal students were unable to do the reverse. Rather, they seemed to put moral ideas into the mouths of conservatives that they don’t hold. To put it bluntly, Haidt and his colleagues found that progressives don’t understand conservatives the way conservatives understand progressives.”


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  76. Liz says:

    “I don’t know if we are starting to see the first bits of it with Trump…but at some point the feminist nonsense is going to fall apart…

    It has to a degree. The military is better now under Mattis than it was under Ash Carter, by a long shot. I do not think the Wilkerson trial would have had the same result today…I wouldn’t risk a lot of money on that wager, but I’m pretty sure.
    I’ve seen a lot of similar cases dismissed in the past couple of years.
    Strangely enough, there are a couple of people we know from way back in Mike’s class now. One is a very close personal friend of Wilkerson.

    We met some of the very best people we’ve ever known during our military time.
    It’s a profession that attracts a lot of good people. As happy as he is to be out of it, the decision to retire was difficult…even though inside there is far less privacy and very little to no control over one’s own life (and civilian pay is a lot better), it was a hard decision simply because he was turning down the opportunity to help really good people.
    And the ones waiting for that job weren’t as interested in that.

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  77. earl says:

    More on the pipe bomb special deliveries to Democrats. It appears one of them has some sort of ISIS flag on it.



  78. Liz says:

    I was a moderator for an international debate forum for a little over a decade. During that time, I noticed that a “bad advocate” can do the most damage of all. It’s like a trojan horse.
    It came as no real surprise to me when a strange, lone, “republican” (and professional actor) went into Comet Pizza and fired off a shot or two harmlessly into the air, turned himself in very contritely “Oh, wow, I was so stupid…I actually believed those right wing shenanigans….”

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  79. honeycomb says:

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  81. honeycomb says:

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  83. Cheque d'Out says:

    A rumour that I can confirm

    The 1922 Committee is so named because most of it’s members have IQs between 19 and 22

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  84. Cheque d'Out says:

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  85. Cheque d'Out says:


  86. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    Because the media doesn’t want to hurt the feelings of the murderer.

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  87. earl says:

    Feminist Saudi Arabia…where the native men are cucked and the foreign criminals are protected.


  88. Liz says:

    Eek…that tee shirt, Swithy.
    Too much! 😆
    Though I supposed it’s just in time for Halloween…

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  89. Cheque d'Out says:

    Tommy news update


  90. earl says:

    I’d used to be more apt to believe that some crazy nutjob out there would send bombs to the political side they don’t agree with…however with trying to play off being the ‘victim’ for political gain script too many time you have to consider the false flag narrative just as much.

    And it seems MeToo really backfired for them because it brought a lot of these false allegations to light.

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  91. Cheque d'Out says:

    For the record I was not of age (normally 16) to take this exam at the time (1968)

    The curious mix of cm and £ shilling and pennies is a bit retro, but other than that (12 pennies to the shilling. 20 shillings to the pound) it looks okay even to my ossified brain.

    I wonder how well modern 16 year olds would fair?
    No calculators.
    Given sine, cosine tables.
    Log tables and/or slide rule.


  92. Cheque d'Out says:


  93. https://www.breitbart.com/europe/2018/10/25/report-uk-police-becoming-irrelevant-crime-surges-charges-investigations-plummet/

    “The report, by Parliament’s Home Affairs Select Committee, argues there could be dire consequences for public safety if problems in the police are not addressed.

    New data gathered by the committee reveals that recorded crime has surged by 32 percent in three years – including steep rises in robbery, theft, and vehicle crime – but charges and summons are down 26 percent.

    It says that “in all neighbourhoods, without local engagement, policing is at risk of becoming irrelevant to most people, particularly in the context of low rates of investigation for many crimes”.”

    It’s my understanding that they do have hundreds of cops patrolling twitter for anti-islamic hate speech. So that’s sorted.

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  94. earl says:

    Man could you imagine how bad our country would be if these fake bombs, fake rapes, fake hate crimes, and fake news were actually real.

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  95. Cheque d'Out says:

    Headhunter, due to diversity hiring I suspect that many twitter police are unfit to be put on the streets. But let’s not mention that, shall we

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  96. earl says:

    Why it took me this long to realize I don’t know…

    But social justice is just speaking about justice for feelz and popularity…it has nothing to do with real justice at all.

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  97. Cheque d'Out says:

    See? That’s just odd. The UK paper has complicated currency but sane measurements, the US one is the other way round.

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  98. Cheque d'Out says:

    Damn. They’ve found another suspicious package

    [Wonder if a pipe bomb it is I do]

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  99. Larry G says:

    Going to get REAL interesting when they nail the “Demobomber” and he/she/it confesses it was done FOR the Demoncunts to garner sympathy. Gives a whole new meaning to batshit crazy.

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  100. BuenaVista says:

    I was just prohibited from commenting by Twitter. I suspect this will be WordPress’s next innovation.

    I had just made a joke about the current Talcum Powder War.

    College definitions of “Hate Speech”, which prohibits speech by those who upset us, is going mainstream.

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  101. Farm Boy says:

    At a “Free Vibrator Day” event hosted at San Diego State University on Tuesday hundreds of the battery-powered sex toys were distributed to students who had lined up for the complimentary devices.



  102. Farm Boy says:

    She also admitted she told Dunn she would tell police she lied about the whole thing, but said on the witness stand she didn’t lie. The jury heard two recorded phone calls where she asked to meet with Dunn after their encounter, and said she would tell everyone that she lied. Dunn told her to leave him alone.

    The jury was not allowed to hear that this woman had previously falsely accused a former boyfriend in 2016. She admitted that she had lied about this encounter, but a judge did not allow this testimony to be included at trial.



  103. Farm Boy says:

    Thomas the Tank Engine is to introduce a “homeless” Kenyan train to teach children about refugees.

    A new series of the show will feature the Island of Sodor’s first black female character, developed on the advice of the United Nations.



  104. Liz says:

    “At a “Free Vibrator Day” event…

    A marketing ploy to generate some buzz.

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  105. Liz says:

    Larry, I suspect whomever they eventually “nail” for this, it will be a registered Republican.
    Probably someone who spent some time on a right wing forum or two also.
    Think like the enemy.


  106. thedeti says:

    That picture of Michelle Obama….


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  107. Larry G says:

    Perhaps Liz, perhaps…

    “Larry, I suspect whomever they eventually “nail” for this, it will be a registered Republican.
    Probably someone who spent some time on a right wing forum or two also.
    Think like the enemy.”

    Actually I tried thinking like the enemy…question being out of all the bombs mailed, there was a 100% failure rate, constructed with no viable detonating sequence or device, sent in such a way as to guarantee discovery….just seems implausible at best that ALL of these bits and pieces failed all at once. Seems to be designed for attention rather than function.

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  108. Larry G says:

    I would guess that sooner or later the cops will get this moron. Then it will be mildly interesting for at least one afternoon to discover the “why” and political leanings…till then, not much interest to me.


  109. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    Can you say “false flag”?


  110. Ame says:

    first (for me) … filling out forms:

    Gender (Optional)

    i guess it’s too … politically incorrect? stressful? … to expect one to define their gender?


  111. honeycomb says:

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  112. honeycomb says:

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  113. Larry G says:

    Honeycomb, for the love of god! Not the BEER! Spare the beer and we can get you a few dozen Demoncunts to blow to smithereens instead.

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  114. Larry G says:

    The bomb every Democrat is afraid of….


  115. Ame says:

    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Multiple kids were sickened at a Philadelphia elementary school after police say they ingested cereal bars possibly laced with marijuana.

    It happened Wednesday at the Blankenburg Elementary School located in the 4600 block of W. Girard Ave.

    Police say five kids ingested the cereal bars that were brought to school by a 13-year-old student. One student went to the nurse’s office hallucinating. Other kids were brought to the school office.



  116. Shouldn’t this be made out of Zima bottles?


  117. Cheque d'Out says:

    Oh noes!


  118. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    Is that Kavanuagh’s favorite beer?


  119. BuenaVista says:

    Honeycomb, also no blasting caps. Not gonna do any stump-busting with these toys.

    Look, if they want this thing to work and turn the election around, one of their leading lights needs to take one for the team, and allow him/herself to be actually blown up. In the current Dem party I wager someone in the room raised this possibility.

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  120. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    You don’t generally need blasting caps to set a pipe bomb off, as most of them use propellants or low explosives.


  121. BuenaVista says:

    Eagerly await media discovery that Trump-inspired operator mails nooses with a note including the N-word.

    These people are so disconnected from reality, so deep in the hole they dug, that they don’t realize they’re now shoveling dirt on themselves.

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  122. thedeti says:

    Where’s Ton? Is he taking some time off? DId he finally write off the manosphere?


  123. thedeti says:

    And did BV finally run Fuzzie off the site?

    SG – no. Fuzzie kept starting head butting incidents with Ton. Forcing Ton to address issues that I’d prefer weren’t discussed here. When I expressed my annoyance, Fuzzie left. Didn’t tell him to go. He’s not banned. As I understand it he knows both things. BV was not involved that I saw


  124. Larry G says:

    “These people are so disconnected from reality, so deep in the hole they dug, that they don’t realize they’re now shoveling dirt on themselves.”

    Well yup. Then we should be good little citizens and do our duty for democracy, and help them shovel.


  125. BuenaVista says:


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  126. BuenaVista says:

    Ame, Twitter even tracks online behavior after you deactivate your account and delete the app. All cell carriers have your geoposition data even if you do not make a call; it’s a favorite of law enforcement.

    WRT Twitter, you can terminate the tracking function by going to Personal Settings, and affirmatively proscribe their following you.


  127. BuenaVista says:

    Maybe the Dems can try another false rape accuser.

    This one tried it in 2016. Then she tried it again in 2017 with an athlete. She slept with ex-, filed a police report that got him charged and tried. Oh, after he “raped her”, she contacted him via text another 27 times, and made two phone calls saying she would tell the cops she had lied to them about the “rape”. She wanted to have his baby and be “an NFL wife.” Fortunately, by then he was recording her calls.

    The trial jury deliberations were over in 3 hours. Not guilty.

    The State wouldn’t release her name for public exposure.

    Bench refused to allow entry in court of documentation of her prior false rape accusation.



  128. Ame says:

    that is all so … disconcerting. it seems i opened a twitter account once but quickly closed it since i knew i’d not use one. i do love facebook – keeping up w/friends all over the place … and design/decorator places, and fun-to-me stuff like that. both my girls opened fb accts many years ago – one never used hers, the other did for awhile and close it. neither has any other kind of social media acct.

    however, when they use my phone when i’m driving somewhere, they’ll sometimes turn on locator services. i hate that. i always turn them off. it doesn’t bother them – they just assume that’s how life is – that ‘someone’ always knows where you are and that ‘someone’ is always watching.

    and they love gps – i hate gps. i’d rather have a paper map 🙂

    when locator services (or whatever it’s called) is turned on, it always indicates where we are and wants to know if i want to let social media know where i am. ummm … no. i do not. nor do i want to rate and review every.single.place i visit.

    however, i’d like to think i’m so much of a nobody that they really don’t care about all the data someone somewhere is collecting on me 🙂


  129. Liz says:

    “Where’s Ton? Is he taking some time off? DId he finally write off the manosphere?”

    It has been a couple of weeks. I hope he comes back soon.


  130. Cheque d'Out says:


  131. Cheque d'Out says:

    Oh this is just terrible news
    BBC faces existential crisis as young people turn to rivals – Ofcom
    Media regulator says BBC is losing viewers and listeners to commercial rivals and online services


  132. earl says:

    ‘ Then it will be mildly interesting for at least one afternoon to discover the “why” and political leanings…till then, not much interest to me.’

    And it’ll be easier to predict than the weather.

    If the person is a Trump support…wall to wall 24 hour news coverage about how his presidency is inspiring hate.

    If the person is a typical shitlb…sweep it under the rug and act like it never happened.


  133. Liz says:

    SJW mathematics.
    Cause nothin’ says “I got mah math skillz” like a Liberal Ideological Purity Test:



  134. earl says:

    Vote Democrat.

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  135. Cheque d'Out says:

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  136. Cheque d'Out says:

    Just barking


  137. Cheque d'Out says:

    Bad news for Ame. And everyone else



  138. Ame says:



  139. Ame says:

    from Ton’sPlace:

    We’re good…. don’t panic but Camp Ton’s block house was officially condemned and I have been busy as fuck arranging temporary housing

    Some how the house got twisted on its beams without loosing a roof or any of that other stuff but where all good and I’ll have my house hold settled into our new digs soon enough


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  140. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    Are you sure it isn’t to introduce the Obama legacy? lol


  141. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    I think he is busy mailing early Xmas presents… 😜


  142. Ton’s presents would have been in working order…

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  143. SFC Ton says:

    Even the 2nd ademendment types have fully indoctrinated SJW types in their ranks



  144. Farm Boy says:

    Earlier this year, “two companies in a row sent us (different) supplier registration forms that requested (among many other things) a copy of our CoC,” he said. Hipp didn’t have one, so he “needed to come up with something.”

    After looking around at contemporary CoCs, Hipp found them to be “vapid.” “I felt like they were trendy feel-good words that had no depth,” he said. “I could compare them to pop music, which sells millions of copies this week, but next year is forgotten.” He was looking for something more enduring, like Mozart. “What is the Mozart equivalent of a CoC?” he asked. He considered, among other things, Ben Franklin’s 13 virtues, the Ten Commandments, the Noahide Laws, Micah 6:8 from the Old Testament, and Mother Teresa’s prayer from her 1985 speech to the UN GeneralAssembly. “None of these provided a framework for governing the interaction of a community,” he explained. “But the ‘Instruments of Good Works’ from the Rule of St. Benedict seemed to fit the bill.”


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  145. Farm Boy says:

    A report from the New York Times titled “How Google Protected Andy Rubin, the ‘Father of Android’” outlines how the progressive tech giant Google protected three executives that were accused of sexual misconduct for more than a decade. The article notes that Andy Rubin, the creator of the Android mobile operating system, left the company in October and was given a “hero’s farewell” by executives at the company.

    Mr. Rubin was one of three executives that Google protected over the past decade after they were accused of sexual misconduct. In two instances, it ousted senior executives, but softened the blow by paying them millions of dollars as they departed, even though it had no legal obligation to do so. In a third, the executive remained in a highly compensated post at the company. Each time Google stayed silent about the accusations against the men.



  146. Farm Boy says:

    Left-wing comedian Kathy Griffin is once again dishing out great advice, this time telling her fans not to “fuck anyone” who doesn’t vote in the upcoming midterm elections.



  147. honeycomb says:

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  148. Farm Boy says:

    The Planned Parenthood Action Fund, the lobbying arm of Planned Parenthood, decided the #MeToo movement wasn’t imploding fast enough on Thursday. To help that process along, the organization tweeted: “We still believe Julie Swetnick



  149. Liz says:

    Whoa Kathy Griffin is looking rough.
    I mean, rough even for Kathy Griffin.
    It’s like she’s trying out for a staring role in Death Becomes Her, the sequel.

    Liked by 2 people

  150. Larry G says:

    screw being subtle about it….if you want to blow the fuckers up, do it with style

    Liked by 1 person

  151. earl says:

    The cat bomb is probably legit.


  152. […] through the comments for more great examples of this meme in action. This thread over at Spawny’s Space also has some delicious NPC meme moments in the […]


  153. Isn’t Kathy Griffin’s audience 98% homos? So she’s telling homos not to fuck? Good luck with that.

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  154. Liz says:

    Thought homos had more regard for the aesthetic than that….

    Liked by 1 person

  155. Liz says:

    Does Adam Piggott post here under a handle?


  156. Liz says:

    Per the China “social credit” link (disturbing), think those of us who have been on forums on the net for a while have seen the transition too. My old debate site had so many participants from around the world, and they didn’t fear posting a lot of their experiences online, which made things very informative. That kind of disappeared in time. People are paranoid. And they are right to be paranoid.

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