A Thought Experiment

To identify is to be.  We are almost there.  Rachel Dolezal and Shaun King identify as black, white people identify as Indians, men identify as women, women identify as men; the list goes on.   WE are all one big family, so what difference does it make.  If somebody want to identify as something else; what harm can come from it?

Furthermore, some good could come of it.  Breaking down barriers between groups could be fostered.  If a man could identify as a women, and get preferences in hiring and promotions, why wouldn’t he grab that.  If a white person could identify as an Indian and gain goodies, why not?

What could be the result of this?  Maybe distinctions between groups would fall to the wayside.  Why have separate groups when it doesn’t benefit you anymore.  Perhaps segregation will finally end.

Posted in FarmBoy, Feminism, Politics
218 comments on “A Thought Experiment
  1. earl says:

    What results there could be.

    Like I’m playing blackjack and my cards always identify as 21.

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  2. Liz says:

    I’ve always wanted to be a magical flying dragon.

    Liked by 4 people

  3. Cill says:

    Some here mightn’t be aware of this, but I do identify as a black lesbian transgender queer pouff begot from the loins of a butch bull dyke and a girly-boy snowflake. I prefer to be addressed as Your Grace. Not your Grace or Your grace or your grace. YOUR GRACE.

    Stop not calling me Your Grace. Say something! Call me Your Grace right now! I AM OFFENDED VERY EASILY.

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  4. Liz says:

    Like this one:

    Liked by 2 people

  5. earl says:

    Your Face.

    Liked by 1 person

  6. Farm Boy says:

    You are not very gracious

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  7. Farm Boy says:

    There are no identity groups, kumbaya
    No need for special privileges, kumbaya
    No need to foster resentments, kumbaya
    No more identity group hustlers, kumbaya


  8. Cill says:

    I’ve edited my comment to make it a bit clearer. More explicit.


  9. Cill says:

    “There are no identity groups, kumbaya”
    What, a world without feminism?

    Liked by 1 person

  10. Farm Boy says:

    I’ve always wanted to be a magical flying dragon.

    That’s ludicrous. Talking cats can’t become magical flying dragons

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  11. Farm Boy says:

    If you identify as a member of a designated victim group, can you imbibe in their official and unofficial privileges?

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  12. Cill says:

    I’d as lief turn into a frog.


  13. mgtowhorseman says:

    Ok fucking soyboys piss me right off.

    First scene all these guys standing around and girl jumps into icy river alone to pull the dog out.

    Scene starting at 7:00. Girl jumps in fully clothed at 722. Big dog easily 60+ lbs scared. She calms him and he literally uses her as a float. Must be ripping the shit out of her back. She is obviously hurt and tired.

    Pussy on the bank you can see several times watching. Takes him over two full minutes to strip to his panties to jump in and help. Even then he lets the dog stay on her back. Big fucking hero.


  14. Liz says:

    “Talking cats can’t become magical flying dragons”

    That’s just hurtful.


  15. mgtowhorseman says:

    Both these girls are of the few worthy the title Lady.

    Me and the mrs have both braved storms to find a lost horse or taken damage cutting a horse out of a wire fence. All of our indoor cats are barn cats who became injured or too old for the barn. Ive taken porcupine quills and skunk at point blank to help them out of a jam.

    On a farm you see a lot. A creature in distress needs help. Now. Not when your nails are dry.

    Even the injured raccoons or foxes I have had to give mercy to I have done as quickly and painlessly as possible and later put in a proper grave.

    That shit just pisses me off.

    [Good to take care of the animals it is]

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  16. Farm Boy says:

    Australian politician Barry O’Sullivan declared in Parliament Monday that she identifies as a woman so that leftist politicians will no longer be able to attack her for her pro-life views.


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  17. mgtowhorseman says:

    A flying dragon that says meow in a cute frog hat??

    If anything I would like to identify as the bastard lovechild of an apache and an A10 with the attitude of the Black Knight.

    “Its only a flesh wound brrrrrrraaaaaaaapp” and hovers out of sight behind the trees.

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  18. mgtowhorseman says:

    Probably the most melancholy, peaceful, cuddle under a blanket, study track ever.
    Perfect for a winter storm like tonight.


  19. mgtowhorseman says:

    Youtube has demonitized dozens of redpillchannels today, possible bans soon.

    Everyone should watch this masterpiece by Messenger Rising from three years ago before it is gone forever.


  20. SFC Ton says:

    As previously stated I identify as a jewish, transgendered lesbian black woman who has been raped by over 3000 White women trapped in a boring ass White dude body

    Nd in Laos promised KY to never hide my light under a basket

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  21. mgtowhorseman says:


    Give Up!

    (Because it’s all about the punctuation.)


  22. Larry G says:

    Oooook…I have to identify as 6’4”, 200 lbs of pure muscle, foot long dick, like just TOTAL Alpha, one rich fucker with a harem of submissive young females at my call….when can I collect?


  23. Larry G says:

    YOUR GRACE….Her Majesty, the Queen of England called to remind you to pick up some beer on the way over to dinner

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  24. SFC Ton says:

    Larry G says:
    17 November, 2018 at 2:51 am
    Oooook…I have to identify as 6’4”, 200 lbs of pure muscle, foot long dick, like just TOTAL Alpha, one rich fucker with a harem of submissive young females at my call….when can I collect?


    I’m 5 foot 8 and about 280 these days but that’s pretty much my day to day


  25. Farm Boy says:

    Do these people realize how stupid they appear?

    Not just the “identifiers”, but their supporters?


  26. Ame says:

    can i un-identify from my family of orgin?! 😉

    my sister called me to let me know she’s going to our other sister’s for thanksgiving … where our mother now lives in a little one bedroom … and apparently her girlfriend found her, collected her son from where my mom had dropped him off, and all three are living cozily together … and mom called our bro asking for money cause she ran thru the mil+ settlement she got when she divorced our dad (i’m sure bro said fu) … on top of my sister’s woes.

    i really don’t like being related to these people.

    can i un-identify?!


    isn’t there a way to genetically modify me so i can’t even be genetically related anymore?!!!

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  27. SFC Ton says:

    Farm Boy says:
    17 November, 2018 at 3:10 am
    Do these people realize how stupid they appear?

    Not just the “identifiers”, but their supporters?
    How dare you jdgeb me with your surrender white. Salem pruvalge ?


  28. Cill says:

    Sounds good. I better pick up some condoms as well…

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  29. Larry G says:

    That would give serious meaning to a “royal fucking”, eh?

    Liked by 1 person

  30. Cill says:

    Let’s just say if Liz (the royal one) is true to form, she’s up for some right royal rogering tonight.


  31. Cill says:

    [Urgent edit by Cill:
    Caution! Unseemliness of language and impurity of thought follows]

    Dunno why, but this ditty popped into my mind:

    [Deleted by Cill. With hindsight I decided it was a bit over the top]

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  32. Larry G says:

    Crude Cill. Funny as hell, but a mite tacky


  33. Cill says:

    Well, the sun has gone over the yardarm down under. Time for a shot of Wild Turkey Rare Breed.
    (Don’t blame me, blame the Ton for introducing me to that stuff)

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  34. Cill says:

    And blame my friends and rellies who keep buying it for my birthday and Christmas gifts.

    [Get condoms for Christmas gifts you do?]

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  35. Cill says:

    Glad you approve, Larry. Glad to be of value there, mate.

    Liked by 1 person

  36. Cill says:

    Anyone know happened to Sumo? He drops in here once in a blue moon and then he buggars off before I can engage him in the sober, reverend conversations we used to have.


  37. molly says:

    Sumo is a bad boy. That’s all I’m saying Cill! I’m not going to engage you in convo when you are all on your ownsome in your cups! No Way!


  38. Cill says:

    Ha! A great game of rugger kicks off approx 13.5 hours from now. I might as well get lubed up for the game, starting from now (or about half an hour before now tbh).

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  39. RichardP says:

    When I was growing up, the message from the folks around me seemed to be more along the lines of to “be” is to create an identity. What is this that you are being: a milker of cows? a maker of cabinets? a fixer of cars? a baker of breads and pies and other goodies? a bagger of groceries at the food store? a cleaner of chicken coops? a giver of good blow jobs? All of the kids I went to high school with were these and more, some of them needing to rise many hours before school started to git er done. What you did tended to become the identity you were known as.

    On the other hand, there have been some conversations in the manosphere about social evolution (if that is the right term for it) creating a cohort of women who are able to adapt quickly to the expectations of the new tribe that just conquered the old tribe that the women used to belong to. This “innate” ability to adapt is what allowed women to survive the brutal warfare among tribes for most of history. The old husband is dead (or is my new servant). Long live the new husband.

    If any of that is true, then To identify is to be would be that evolutionary marker that has enabled women to survive. Or, more correctly, the women whose genetic makeup allowed them to quickly forget the old and enthusiastically embrace the new are the women who survived and thrived and bred. Whatever genetic makeup enabled this adaptive behavior would show up in at least some of the offspring. Those who inherited this unique social skill would live when their tribe was overrun by the new conquerors. Those who did not inherit it presumably would not live, or at least probably would not breed.

    To the extent that any of this is true, then Rachel Dolezal and Shaun King were just exhibiting a bastardized version of what women have evolved to: a group that has the ability to “identify” with, become part of, the new group, and leave the old group behind – seemingly with few or no regrets. From that social evolution (or whatever it is called) standpoint, what do you mean “who am I”? There is no “me”. I am only whoever I identify with at the moment. And my experience has taught me that this could change at a moment’s notice.

    I have no idea how true any of that is, but the stories in the manosphere show at least a subgroup of women seems to have the ability to leave what they have spent years helping to build, seemingly with no remorse or looking back. For women to exhibit this behavior when being passed from one conquering tribe to another is one thing. For them to exhibit this behavior in the midst of peace and plenty, by running off with the newest guy to generate tingles, is to seriously jeapordize the peace and plenty. It makes sense that strong men would step in to squelch this behavior in the interest of maintaining a stable society.


    That would also explain the snorting laugh that escapes from some women when the guy says but I want you to like me for me; just accept me for who I am. For a woman who does not have an internal “me”, who is only a reflection of who she identifies with, she can only think that what the guy says is incredibly stupid and uninformed.

    I’m listening to the music from Cill and horseman as I type this. Magnificent stuff.

    To Ame: Be. Yourself. You are not your mother. You don’t have to identify with her. Be who you want to be. And understand that she can only be who she is. Can you release her from the image of who you think she should be and just let her “be”? (Way easier said than done)

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  40. Ame says:

    women are created to be adaptable.

    i’ve often thought that our lack of need to work to survive has created much negative behavior. if ever women needed to actually work to eat, to survive, then i think a whole different way of life would emerge.

    To Ame: Be. Yourself. You are not your mother. You don’t have to identify with her. Be who you want to be. And understand that she can only be who she is. Can you release her from the image of who you think she should be and just let her “be”? (Way easier said than done)

    thank you. yes, much easier said than done … and, of all the most bizarre things that i could NEVER have anticipated, it’s actually getting harder as i get older. perhaps b/c i know what it’s like to be a Mom of kids through young adulthood, and i am continuously shocked that she could so easily let me go? for some reason this was easier to digest when i was younger. it’s also harder as i’m getting older b/c i am still hardwired to need a mother and father, and they continue to not care and to give their love and affection to others – as they always did. i guess i thought my need for parents would diminish over time … or i would get so used to them never being there that it would be neutral. i never expected to still desire or need my parents. and i hate it. it’s the old story of peeling the onion that seems to have never-ending layers (stupid onion!). so, once again i will grieve this layer and move on.

    i see that as my friends’ parents begin to pass from this earth, and i see how shattered they are, that one truly never out-grows their need for their mom and dad. we adapt to them not being here when they pass, but not to our need for them. even when my parents pass someday, i will still be left with nothing.

    my prayer for myself is that i will live long enough to give as much of myself as i can to my daughters that they will have enough of me to hold onto for the rest of their days on this earth. their greatest fear is being orphaned since their dad has already passed.

    for all that he did to them, their dad had moments when he was able to show his intense love for them, and we cling to those memories. i have worked to make them see the truth, both good and bad of who he was, and i have worked to emphasize when he proved his love … to give them life rafts of their father’s love. they will need these in their days on this earth. i know what it’s like to live without all that, and i do not want my daughters to ever experience what i have.

    my mother is a selfish, self-absorbed woman who had multiple opportunities to deal with her demons and make the right choices yet refused to do so. i will not mourn her passing when it comes; i will mourn what i never had that she refused to give. and i, like she was when her own mother passed, will be relieved.


  41. Ame says:

    love neil diamond but don’t think i’ve heard that song before. powerful song. thank you.


  42. Farm Boy says:

    On the occasion of the 80th anniversary of Brave New World‘s publication, I wrote, in a 2012 essay entitled “Brave New World (Is Here!),” that we’re so overstimulated that we’re depressed: “People have become like the famous depressed Central Park polar bear who became listless because he didn’t have to work to catch his dinner.” I noted that the book’s iconoclastic throwback figure, John the Savage (a fellow who stands athwart technology yelling, “Stop!”), falls for one of Huxley’s brave new women but “as she obligingly unzips her clothes for him he becomes despondent and flees.” Life has become too easy. “Compare the dismal reports you hear from campuses that meaningless hookup culture and midnight booty-calling have replaced romance and courting,” I wrote at the time. “Women whose grandmothers marched for sexual liberation wonder why they can’t find a man willing to commit. Huxley foresaw that this soul-hollowing effect would follow from making sex purely recreational.”


    [So bored we are, that new identities imagine we must]


  43. RichardP says:

    Richard Bach was an aviator who wrote a book about a seagull who flew for the love of flying, not just for catching food. Jonathan Livingston Seagull. You can find more about Bach and his flying on Wikipedia.

    His book was turned into a movie, which I didn’t particularly care for, but Neil Diamond wrote the soundtrack for it – which I did like. There is a link to the album playlist below.

    We all need a mother and father figure. Sometimes it is our parents who fill that need. Sometimes we find someone else to step into that role and fill that need. One of our greatest needs is to be cherished. Sometimes it is our parents who cherish us. Sometimes we find someone else to cherish us. One of our hardest jobs is to understand that our parents are / were people just like we are. They cannot be anything more than who they are, even if we needed them to be.more. We cannot truely be free to be our own person until we can let go of the anger that comes because they never became what we wanted them to be. If you think about it, there is a bit of ego involved in continuing to be angry that someone else would not be what we want them to be, just because we want it. We don’t need to embrace someone who only wounds us when you get close. Rather, we need to accept that this is who they are. And, in acknowledging and accepting that this is who they are, we develop the fortitude to stay away from them. Hoping they will be different this time is a sign that we haven’t accepted who they actually are. There is a recent conversation close by about going through this process with a narcicist (at Bloom’s I think, and maybe with you?) We probably can’t ever get over the hurt. But, with effort, we hopefully can get over expecting them to be someone they cannot be.

    Crystal Gayle had a big hit with Take It Easy, Loving Me. I really like her version and the saxaphone. You can find that on YouTube. I’m going to link to the version by the guy who wrote the song. These two phrases keep jumping out at me: Don’t start thinkin’ I’m something that I’ll never be and Expectin’ of someone is quick to be takin’ its toll

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  44. RichardP says:

    This album can take you to a mellow place if you have a quite place to get away and listen to the entire thing. I’ve learned that linking to YouTube songs that are in a playlist doesn’t work really well here and at Bloom’s place. So I am doing it this way. Assuming that the following link works, there will be a red “Play Album” button at the right side of the screen. If you click on that, it should get things going.


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  45. Cheque d'Out says:

    Got to admire the implications that women need to rally round (even incompetent ones that you got rid of previously) and that men should protect women.

    N.B. The Daily Wail was given a new editor a few months back. It’s now entirely remoaner. So whatever ‘value’ you placed on it previously? Time to take a fresh look because it has changed.

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  46. Cheque d'Out says:

    … Nathan Gill MEP taking no shit from RT host, “my 14 year old son could have negotiated a better deal than this” ..


  47. Cheque d'Out says:

    They’re remaking The Long Good Friday

    Fantastic mystery thriller with a killer ending. Now with added Treeza May by the look of it


  48. Cheque d'Out says:

    or longerer


  49. Cheque d'Out says:

    As good as Get Carter any day of the week.


  50. Cheque d'Out says:

    Forest Friends has competition

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  51. Cheque d'Out says:

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  52. Cill says:

    “So bored we are, that new identities imagine we must”

    Yep. You hit the target FB.

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  53. earl says:

    ‘Oooook…I have to identify as 6’4”, 200 lbs of pure muscle, foot long dick, like just TOTAL Alpha, one rich fucker with a harem of submissive young females at my call….when can I collect?’

    Heck you add millionaire to that list and that was what one commenter at Dalrock’s tried to convince us he was. He even had a NAWALT wife and the most feminine daughters on the planet too.


  54. Liz says:

    “Heck you add millionaire to that list and that was what one commenter at Dalrock’s tried to convince us he was. He even had a NAWALT wife and the most feminine daughters on the planet too.”

    There are a lot of poseurs in internetland. Spoke to one yesterday about ROK related US policy decisions.
    His response: “You simply do not have the insights on the negotiations and politics of NK and SK that I have. You are operating at a political headline level, I’m sharing facts from people close to the admin in natsec and diplomatic roles currently or formerly who know what’s actually going on (hint, they aren’t right wing dingbats with Youtube channels…). At this instant, SK and NK are negotiating a reunification that removes U.S. forces from the Korean peninsula. Try and fit this into your simplistic model.
    (blah blah blah)

    Why people do the above, I’ll never understand.

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  55. Liz says:

    “Mother Jones Editor says “Tomahawk missiles” offense to Native Americans
    List of other deplorable weapons:

    The SLAM-ER (sexist)
    The WASP (meritocratic)
    Blowpipe (exploitive)
    Nodong (gender discriminative)

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  56. Liz says:

    Just to add (in the first poseur example) there’s a pattern recognition aspect to people with real accomplishments. They might bring up their accomplishments online to either make a point or use as an example. They won’t do so in the above way, which is preschoolish, “HAHAHA! I know people! So there! I win!”

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  57. Isn’t identifying as a disadvantaged group cultural appropriation?

    Like Rachel Denzel. A white women who identifies as black so she can gain access to affirmative action programs she doesn’t really qualify for so she can take opportunities away from the group she identifies as! And bonus: righteous victim status! How black women have not risen up against he is what amazes me. Rachel would never stand for that! (Ironically.)

    So weird one can’t even make it up!

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  58. Now the missing socks and extra Tupperware lids all make sense!

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  59. Larry G says:

    “A white women who identifies as black so she can gain access to affirmative action programs she doesn’t really qualify for so she can take opportunities away from the group she identifies as! And bonus: righteous victim status! How black women have not risen up against he is what amazes me.”

    Think that is called a raging bitch that is totally nuts…a clinical term


  60. Larry G says:

    How to wisely invest a little time on a cold, miserable Colorado Saturday morning…

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  61. Liz says:

    I’m still sad I can’t be a dragon.
    I’m going to appropriate Native American culture now and give some folks new Indian names:

    Me: Stands with a frog Helmet
    Farmboy: Dragon Dream killer
    Yoda: Green One
    Cill: YOUR GRACE!
    (that’s it for now, if I have a glass of wine tonight I’ll work on some more)

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  62. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    By looking at the ejector, I’d say it’s a gen 4 G26


  63. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    Had about 13 of those, as well as all of the parts that surround it…


  64. Farm Boy says:

    That in turn would require colleges to allow accusers and accused students to cross-examine each other in “live” hearings through their lawyers or other advocates.



  65. Farm Boy says:

    Tom Perez, the current chairman of the Democratic Party, said in an interview earlier this week that the Democrats would be “delighted” to have Hillary Clinton run again, all while a cluster of laser-sight dots danced around his forehead in a menacing formation.


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  66. Cheque d'Out says:

    Nice work

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  67. Farm Boy says:

    She is signaling her willingness to Mau-Mau anyone who offends her even in the most trivial way. With all the attention the media loves to lavish on her, she is able to make endless trouble, and threaten the broad strategy of the Democratic Party: serve the interests of billionaires by garnering the votes of minorities and the poor with appeals to identity politics and free stuff


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  68. Farm Boy says:

    Doesn’t she have enough money?

    Celine Dion is a gender outlaw in her new ad for a clothing line https://t.co/cLWgrRlfPH pic.twitter.com/UQokd1mBEu

    — LGBTQ Nation (@lgbtqnation) November 15, 2018

    A ‘gender outlaw’? Seriously? Let’s take a look at what this clothing line espouses.

    CELINUNUNU liberates children from the traditional roles of boy/girl, and enables younger people to grow on values of equality with the freedom to strengthen their own power of personality based on mutual respect.


    The dialogue between clothes and creativity/art amplifies the discussion about a humanistic education, which is gender-free, strengthens the power of personality, and gives the spirit space to grow. This is the education that fashion can instill, based on the concept of equality and respect for mankind.


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  69. Liz says:

    “But the victimology of her demand that “Next time try believing women + people of color when they talk about their experiences being a woman or person of color” is a shot across the bow of Nancy Pelosi and the entire House leadership.
    She is signaling her willingness to Mau-Mau anyone who offends her even in the most trivial way.”

    That’s good! Frankenstein should be the one to take out Doctor Frankenstein (before the pitchforks and fire take him out of course). Poetic justice, and all that.

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  70. Farm Boy says:

    Go AOC, go. Never stop being you.

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  71. Cheque d'Out says:

    Hope no one’s allergic to horseshit.


  72. Cheque d'Out says:

    Oh noes. And worse to come. No wonder the MSM is panicky. Even us forelock tugging plebs know a shit deal when we see one.


  73. Cheque d'Out says:

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  74. Cheque d'Out says:

    Got to love the cut of this man’s jib

    Spot on.

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  75. Cill says:

    Live rugby.
    In France, French women kick NZ women’s arse. No big deal, women’s rugby is a joke. It amuses me that the NZ women lost becuase they use the same flawed tactics the NZ men (“All Blacks”) do. Try to win games without possession of the ball.

    I’ve been waiting for years for opposition teams to work that out. England worked it out a week ago and damn near beat the ABs. England were the better team on the day. NZ is by far the best in terms of athleticism, strength, speed, reflexes and spectacular skills. However they suffer from the NZ kicking disease. Chronically short of possession, they kick the ball back to the opposition as soon as they receive it.

    Let’s see if they do that now against Ireland (about to start).

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  76. BuenaVista says:

    Somebody up above said, “Your face.”

    I was thinking about that just now.


  77. Farm Boy says:

    Now, what exactly is wrong with Ratelband’s argument? If sex doesn’t objectively exist, why does age? If feelings determine sex, why don’t feelings determine age? If we are to regard sex as “assigned” at birth, why don’t we regard age as “assigned” at birth?

    Of course, the left would argue that age is fixed while “gender is fluid.” But “gender is fluid” is a meaningless statement. All the left has done is substitute the word “gender” for “sex” and then make up a rule: Gender is fluid, meaning sex is fluid.



  78. Farm Boy says:

    And Erin had proof. She had taken a selfie with her son that night and posted it to Facebook. The photo was time-stamped and geo-located, proving Precopia was nowhere near the woman the night of the alleged attack.


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  79. Farm Boy says:

    According to a recent report in The New York Times, Health and Human Services Department officials have been circulating a proposal to define sex. Their memo says, “Sex means a person’s status as male or female based on immutable biological traits identifiable by or before birth.” They add, “The sex listed on a person’s birth certificate, as originally issued, shall constitute definitive proof of a person’s sex unless rebutted by reliable genetic evidence.” I think the latter statement lacks complete rigor. It’s chromosomes, not what’s on a birth certificate, that determine one’s sex. Therefore, if a fetus has XX chromosomes, a female is born, and if a fetus has XY chromosomes, a male is born.



  80. Farm Boy says:

    A substitute teacher claimed he was not allowed back into a Missouri school after thanking students for saying the Pledge of Allegiance in October.



  81. Liz says:

    ” Erin had proof. She had taken a selfie with her son that night and posted it to Facebook. The photo was time-stamped and geo-located, proving Precopia was nowhere near the woman the night of the alleged attack.”

    What happened to the accuser? Shouldn’t she be doing jail time. The legal standard for guilt beyond all reasonable doubt has been met, she should do years in prison.
    He should also launch the mother of all lawsuits against that bitch, so she can start paying him off with the two dollars an hour she makes doing menial labor in the pen.

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  82. BuenaVista says:

    The “language constructs reality” crowd has so ridiculed itself that I think we are (well, I am) at the point where they shouldn’t even be engaged. As in:

    “True communism and socialism haven’t be implemented yet.” –“Uh-huh. Can you tie your own shoes, or do you always wear those things with Velcro flaps?”

    “France needs to raise an EU Imperial Army to defend itself from Orange Man.” –“Uh-huh. Pass that case of Hennessy over here.”

    “Migrants are women and children, not combat-aged single men.” –“Cool. You volunteer at the displaced widows and orphans home.”

    “If you don’t turn in your ARs, we’re going to tactical nuke your villages of cretinous deplorables.” –“It’s not a banana in my pocket, and I’m not glad to see you.”

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  83. Farm Boy says:

    “France needs to raise an EU Imperial Army to defend itself from Orange Man.”

    So the idea is to have an Army that is stationed in republics with the control of the Army not accountable to anybody but the elites in command.


  84. Cheque d'Out says:

    You get your P45 when you’re sacked

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  85. BuenaVista says:

    FB, it’s a bit ironic that the little guy who married his mom wants an unaccountable military force to defend Normandy. They put Napoleon on a remote South Atlantic island to die — for a reason.

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  86. Farm Boy says:

    Former Brexit secretary David Davis has warned that Prime Minister Theresa May’s proposed agreement with the European Union will “block every avenue of negotiation with America.”



  87. Farm Boy says:

    The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) has admitted that farmers and manual labors in Central America are hacking U.S. asylum laws by bringing children to trigger the catch-and-release loopholes.



  88. Farm Boy says:

    I am sure that the cats identified as Black Labs

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  89. SFC Ton says:

    At this instant, SK and NK are negotiating a reunification that removes U.S. forces from the Korean peninsula. Try and fit this into your simplistic model.
    (blah blah blah)
    That would be ideal solution for Korea to every right winger I know so the whole deal that are what is running don’t make much sense

    Fyi I support our unilateral withdrawal from the ROK, regardless of what the Koreans want.

    Dawned on me my son makes 5 consecutive generations of combat veteran in my family. This nation which the yankees created after destroying the original republic is doing something way wrong if one family can produce 5 consecutive generations of combat vets

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  90. I now identify as being 145 years old (I barely look 130), which means the gubmint owes me 78 years of back payments on my Social Security. I’m sending the bill in on Monday.

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  91. Cill says:

    NZ persists with the flawed tactic of giving away possession and loses to a better-coached Ireland. I bet against NZ in the last 2 games. They beat England by the narrowest of margins a week ago and lost badly today. Today’s result puts me well ahead overall.

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  92. Liz says:

    Ton: “Fyi I support our unilateral withdrawal from the ROK, regardless of what the Koreans want.”

    His response was to this:
    “Our forces have been there for decades ostensibly to prevent a DPRK invasion. The DPRK will not invade. South Korea is a regime-ending trap to a North Korean invasion. Trump understands this… and is the first president to encourage the honeypot and call the North Korean bluff.
    Disarmament of the JSA is a good thing (though it will be interesting to see what happens when DPRK defectors inevitably start running South).”

    I responded to his response to the above with this next bit:
    “Okay, I give up. What happens exactly? South Korea’s economy is in the toilet already. Moon is enormously unpopular. They can’t absorb the economy of millions of unwashed masses with parasites and raw corn in their gullets. And winter is coming.
    Say we leave, KJU is and the DPRK invades… lack of defenses, unarmed soldiers, cleared pathways, THAAD offline due to protester disruption, American aircraft temporarily training elsewhere due to cancelled exercises.
    – South Koreans get their priorities straight
    – South Koreans don’t vote commie for a decade or two
    – North Korea regime change
    …and if North Korea doesn’t invade… well… none of those expensive defenses were needed afterall.
    But the above won’t happen. Reality is that things will continue on with less expenditure of resources by SK and USFK… and NK.
    It is time for this pissing match to end… not in conflict… but in evaporation.
    There is no downside.”

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  93. Liz says:

    He told me I was a driveling idiot, and immoral et al for supporting military withdrawal yada yada.


  94. Liz says:

    I didn’t mention it to that guy, but I think we should even send a diplomat to the DPRK and let them think we couldn’t care less about an invasion….go ahead.
    Once the DPRK population sees food (that they won’t be shot for collecting), KJU’s reign is over. And the few thousand dead South Koreans are the price for voting for a Communist to run the country.

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  95. https://www.usatoday.com/story/life/allthemoms/2018/11/02/moms-asks-boy-leave-public-park-because-she-wants-girls-only-playdate/1857475002/

    We live in a world where boys get everything and girls are left with the crumbs, and I would think this mom would realize that, but she seems to think her son is entitled to crash this girls-only time. I know I can’t legally keep her from a public park, but can I appeal to her better nature?” the mom asked Hax.

    This idiot gets to vote, which why democracy doesn’t work in this country.

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  96. Thrice married Josh Brolin (50 y.o.) has new baby with current wife.

    Brolin and Boyd married in 2016. Boyd, 31, is a former model and at 5 feet 11 inches the creator of Midheaven Denim, a line of jeans for taller women.

    Love is grand.

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  97. earl says:

    ‘This idiot gets to vote, which why democracy doesn’t work in this country.’

    This idiot also breeded…makes me wonder if this was a single mother too taking out her man hatred on any little boy nearby.

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  98. Farm Boy says:

    We live in a world where boys get everything and girls are left with the crumbs

    Wow. Talk about lack of self awareness

    Perhaps she should identify as “clueless”

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  99. Liz says:

    “This idiot gets to vote, which why democracy doesn’t work in this country.”

    Please point to the country it works better.
    The person who wrote the anonymous note to (whomever) is lucky she didn’t ask me to leave the public park with my sons. She’d be writing a much different letter, and her daughter’s group would’ve had to find a new venue.

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  100. Ame says:

    i guess i shouldn’t be shocked, but i am shocked at how these mothers are treating their sons. the fathers should remove them yesterday.

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  101. “Please point to the country it works better.”

    I’d point to this same country, all the way up to August 18, 1920.

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  102. Stephanie says:

    OMG Farm Boy… what did I just watch?! Yes. She has enough money now. But apparently she wants something else…


  103. Liz says:

    Nothing shy of 2 years minus a century? Thanks KH, I’d agree.
    So, a person walks up to the mother of a boy in a public park and asks that he leave.
    If he were a black or hispanic, this would make international headline news.
    Instead, some person from the Washington Post responds and publishes it as a letter worth responding to.
    I think this is a good case for the ACLU.
    I’m really pissed off right now.

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  104. SFC Ton says:

    The founding fathers did not establish a democracy. For a host of reasons

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  105. SFC Ton says:

    LOL yeah no way in hell do thinking South Koreans want reunification

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  106. Liz says:

    I signed in to the Washington Post. I tried to contact Caroyln Hax and tell her that her “Goddess help us” was akin to saying “Grand KKK Wizard help us” in that context.
    There seems no way to contact either her or the Washington Post directly. If anyone knows a way, please give me a link and I’ll send a letter to that stupid crack. Yes, I think Hax is a stupid fucking crack…even though she “stood up for” that boy. She did it for herself. Piece of crap human.

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  107. Larry G says:

    Liz, I understand your rage. This is what remains of standard isse western females after the feminist cancer has finished chewing them up and vomiting out what is left. That is why I am firmly in the camp and cheering on the rapid destruction of this god forsaken diseased culture. Let it die quickly.

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  108. earl says:

    Caroyln Hax just revealed who she thinks her god is….her.


  109. earl says:

    Also my newest motto is…

    ‘Women who say they are strong & independent…just save men the trouble, say you will be a terrible helpmate.’


  110. earl says:

    Democracy is what happens when all the kids make the decision on how to run the house instead of the father.

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  111. Cill says:

    “Democracy is what happens when all the kids make the decision on how to run the house instead of the father.”

    Pretty much sums it up.

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  112. BuenaVista says:

    I thought Brolin was great in American Gangster and No Country for Old Men. I didn’t realize he was so short.

    His new wife looks like fun, but honestly, if you told me she is 47 instead of 31 I wouldn’t be puzzled. She must have a winning personality.

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  113. RichardP says:

    @BV posted upthread:

    So I’m alone at this bar. Any ladies want to come join me? I’ll save you a seat. *gestures to face

    And later that night someone heard him say these muffled words

    Find the doo wop version of this on YouTube by Marty and the Mufftones

    Was watching a video of Joe Walsh with Les Paul when Joe played this riff and sang the line. I thought he was just joking around. Didn’t know it is a real song until a few minutes ago.


  114. earl says:

    No meme will top this.


  115. Cheque d'Out says:

    [Reminiscent of Palpatine this would be]

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  116. Farm Boy says:

    On Friday, the American Civil Liberties Union came out against the Title IX reforms proposed by the Trump Department of Education, led by Betsy Devos. Those reforms are based on preserving the rights of the accused while still protecting accusers in sexual assault cases – but the ACLU, caving to the woke Left, has decided that it is no longer worthwhile to protect such accused people. Civil liberties go by the wayside when it comes to sexual assault, apparently.



  117. Farm Boy says:

    European translation of earlier meme

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  118. Farm Boy says:

    A Plane is on its way to Washington DC, when Democrat Ocasio-Cortez in economy class gets up and moves to the First Class section and sits down.

    The flight attendant watches her do this and asks to see her ticket.

    She then tells the future Congresswoman that she paid for economy class and that she will have to sit in the back.

    Cortez replies, “I’m a Democrat, I’m beautiful, I’m a Socialist, I’m going to DC and I’m staying right here.”

    The flight attendant goes into the cockpit and tells the pilot and the co-pilot that there is a Democrat bimbo sitting in First Class, that belongs in economy and she won’t move back to her seat.

    The co-pilot goes back to Cortez and tries to explain that because she only paid for economy she will have to leave and return to economy class.

    Cortez replies, “I’m a Democrat, I’m beautiful, I’m a Socialist, I’m going to DC and I’m staying right here.”

    The co-pilot tells the pilot that he probably should have the police waiting when they land to arrest the future Congresswoman who just won’t listen to reason.

    The pilot says, “You say she is a Democrat and a Socialist? I’ll handle this; I’m married to a Liberal and I speak Socialist.”

    The pilot goes back to the Democrat Socialist and whispers in her ear. Cortez says, “Oh, I’m Sorry,” and she gets up and goes back to her seat in economy class.

    The flight attendant and co-pilot are amazed and asked the pilot what he said that made her move without any fuss.

    The Pilot answered: “I told her that First Class isn’t going to DC.”


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  119. Farm Boy says:

    An agent (who, to his credit, read my manuscript off the slush pile) scolded me for “bigotry” because the imagined world of 2036 has witnessed a successful Muslim insurrection in France. Another accused me of “misogyny” because the self-absorbed Henri has become less attracted to his aging wife. A third told me that The Absolved was a “terrific read,” but that she couldn’t represent the book because of its “distinctively male voice.” She went on to explain that the fiction-buying audience is mostly female (which I will concede is accurate) and that the book wouldn’t “resonate” with this demographic. Whether or not that is true, it furthered the sense that my book wasn’t being cold-shouldered so much for what it was, as who the author was.

    What accounts for this identity-obsessed approach to publishing? Again, Scorgie’s analysis is instructive. Before New York entered its new finance-oriented gilded age, the publishing industry ranked high as a career path among upwardly mobile intellectuals. Working in the industry carried cultural cachet, as tech does today. Some of the best and brightest of past generations made their life’s work in New York offices piled high with manuscripts. But as the city evolved and the industry grew more cash-strapped, the type of intellectual who once found gainful employment in publishing left for other fields. From what I can observe, the candidates whom the industry now attracts are young elite university graduates who are not looking for money or even occupational stability. In many cases, they are former (or future) activists whose primary interest is the promotion of a progressive political agenda, and who are eager to leverage their staff positions at publishers to further that agenda.


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  120. His new wife looks like fun, but honestly, if you told me she is 47 instead of 31 I wouldn’t be puzzled. She must have a winning personality.

    She has the somewhat dehydrated look that’s been popular with Hollywood women for some time now. Really needs to drink more water and moisturize daily.

    I don’t remember when it happened but Elle Macpherson was the one I noticed it in first. She went from juicy to jerky (hickory flavored, perhaps?) and started looking old much sooner than warranted.

    [Being a vegan who understands nutrition not do this it can]


  121. Thought Brolin did well in “No Counrty..” didn’t see the other movie.

    Lots of short dudes in Hollywood, …

    …especially compared to leading men of yesteryear.

    You hear stories of actors having to stand on boxes or the girls waving to stand in holes or even crouch down during scenes. Heard about them having to ditch a ditch that Minnie Driver had to walk in while next to her shorter co-star as they went down a path.


  122. Liz says:

    Mike ran into George Clooney at a hotel lobby once. He estimated the actor was about 5’8” (that’s not what his bio stats indicate).

    Figured out a way to write to Ms Hax and have fashioned a letter. Had to calm down a bit.
    Still really annoyed about this.

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  123. Farm Boy says:

    Part of the reason is that we tend to forget that technology is only as good as the people who use it. We want it to elevate us; we tend to degrade it. In a better world, Twitter might have been a digital billboard of ideas and conversation ennobling the public square. We’ve turned it into the open cesspool of the American mind. Facebook was supposed to serve as a platform for enhanced human interaction, not a tool for the lonely to burrow more deeply into their own isolation.

    It’s also true that Facebook and other Silicon Valley giants have sold themselves not so much as profit-seeking companies but as ideal-pursuing movements. Facebook’s mission is “to make the world more open and connected.” Tesla’s goal is “to accelerate the world’s transition to sustainable energy.” Google’s mantra was “Don’t Be Evil,” at least until it quietly dropped the slogan earlier this year.



  124. Farm Boy says:

    Conservative Republicans in the House of Representatives on Friday demanded that LGBT-friendly language be removed from the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Trade Agreement (USMCA) before it’s ratified by Congress.

    The language became part of the trade agreement at the insistence of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who wanted the final treaty to include commitments to social policies on gender equality, labor rights, climate change and LGBT rights


    [One might think Canada welcome Global Warming they would]


  125. Farm Boy says:

    Millions of children around the world live in orphanages, but child rights experts say most are not orphans.

    Orphanages have become a lucrative business in developing countries, attracting generous funding. This has led to the trafficking of children to fill them

    The growth in orphanages is fuelled by tourism, including “voluntourism” where people work short stints in orphanages.



  126. Cill says:

    “Please point to the country it [democracy] works better.”

    Certainly not NZ. The same type of left-wing idiot that’s wrecking civilization elsewhere infests NZ as well. It’s more deeply entrenched in the female population, but there’s always a small but loud percentage of males who strive to outdo the daft women in extreme “progressive”. I don’t follow the MSM here. It’s an incompetent and pathetic charade in lockstep with the MSM of the USA and UK.

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  127. molly says:

    Lizzy yay! Go Liz! OnYa
    go to New York and throw an icecream at her.. we both should! POW! LETS!

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  128. molly says:

    George Clooney has a weak face. I bet his wife wears the pants in his house!

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  129. Liz says:

    LOL The peanut butter kind. It will stick to her hair. 😆

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  130. molly says:


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  131. Ame says:

    that is insane. and the accuser is getting away with it. grrrrrrr.

    my niece is being accused of something she didn’t do. the police have manipulated data, and the da is new and wanting to make a name by gaining convictions. it’s a very tragic nightmare.

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  132. Cheque d'Out says:

    She’s not up in treachery with Killery but credit where it’s due


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  133. Cheque d'Out says:

    May’s exit agreement specifies a departure by year 20xx. I shit you not.

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  134. Ame says:

    she’s in illinois, not texas


  135. Cheque d'Out says:

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  136. Cill says:

    Which political party in the UK would best represent conservative-minded people? Or is it like NZ, where the answer would have to be “none”.

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  137. Cheque d'Out says:

    Women’s Formula 3. Holy crap. Not seen a crash to rival this in many decades


  138. Farm Boy says:

    Mary Curnock Cook, who was chief executive of Ucas until last year, said the fact that boys are falling behind in education is a national scandal – yet it is such an “unfashionable” topic to discuss that it has become “normalised”.

    Girls outperform boys in all aspects of education, from primary school to GCSEs and A-level results. Last year, 57 per cent of women went to university compared to 43 per cent of men, a gap that has widened significantly over the last decade.

    “I just find it unacceptable to think that it’s OK to let boys fall further and further behind in education and allow the gap to get bigger,” Ms Curnock Cook said.



  139. Cheque d'Out says:

    UKIP under Batten. Also D&VP.

    Their power is indirect though. By threatening to take votes from other parties, they cause those parties to (in theory) change their policies.

    This is how UKIP, with no MPs, caused Tories under Cameron to give us the EU referendum.

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  140. Cheque d'Out says:

    Watch the car crash video. It’s way beyond the usual woman reverse parking crash. Way beyond. That car was built strong. Hopefully she’s okay, or will be.


  141. Cheque d'Out says:


  142. Cheque d'Out says:


  143. @CdO How the heck did she do that? She enters the frame going backwards like bat out of hell? Damn!

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  144. Cheque d'Out says:

    He’s not perfect but he’s got the right stuff, I think

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  145. Cheque d'Out says:


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  146. Farm Boy says:

    her thesis is: There should be a legal penalty for obtaining sex through fraud


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  147. Cheque d'Out says:

    Ocasio looks like she’s just as dangerous to her side as to the other. Popcorn-tastic fun ahead. Unleash the memes.

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  148. Cheque d'Out says:

    From the sex ready, willing and able to fake everything about themselves…everything.

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  149. SFC Ton says:

    That does suck but that’s the law for you

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  150. SFC Ton says:

    Well maybe that will teach her to never leave the fucking kitchen


  151. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    What about obtaining marriage through fraud? Will that be a crime too?

    Or is that the desired result?

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  152. Those Nortons look sharp. But I really like the look of this (tricked out) Triumph.


  153. Sumo says:

    I identify as mighty.

    [As long as identify as Darth Maul you do not]

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  154. Liz says:

    “Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Wants Democrats To Hustle So They Can Take Back ‘Three Chambers Of Congress’

    She was probably thinking of the heart. 😆

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  155. SFC Ton says:

    Can one be Candain and mighty? The two seem mutually exclusive points of being


  156. I’ve heard she has four stomachs.

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  157. Liz says:

    12 hours next to that?! Good Lord. 😮
    They aren’t supposed to allow that, it’s a safety issue as well as just being gross.


  158. Ame says:

    Hi Sumo!!! 🙂


  159. “The legal contract between you and the airline does not say you have a right to a full seat.”

    Why do people so many people hate flying? Hmmmmmmm.


  160. Liz says:

    “I’ve heard she has four stomachs.”

    She does resemble a ruminant. 😆

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  161. BuenaVista says:

    I had a Norton Commando (a real one, 1973) when I was throwing a chain offshore, and living in Lafayette, Lousiana and working for the Reading & Bates drilling company offshore in the Gulf. Commando: charismatic, but a bucket of bolts.

    This is throwing the chain: Note how the man holds the chain fast with his palm while 30,000 pounds of torque screws two lengths of iron pipe fast, before dropping the new section into the hole. Not a lot a chainhands had 10 fingers. The first time I walked onto the drilling floor on an offshore jackup rig I was scared shitless. The noise and power are overwhelming.

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  162. BuenaVista says:

    And you’re working that hard 12×7, incidentally. Seven on, seven off lifestyle. 12 hour shifts.

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  163. BuenaVista says:

    This is a better video. My job was to throw that chain and use my gloved hands to hold it close to pipe, else the torque on that chain whipping around would take someone’s head off.

    The chainhand is the second-highest prestige job on the floor, owing to risk. The number one job is called “Toolpusher”: he supervises all drilling floor activity.

    The toolpusher gave me a shot (I was just a ‘roustabout’ when I signed on, unloading barges etc.) because I still looked like a football player, and didn’t do drugs.

    Offshore rigs were sporty at that time. It was not that unusual for one to blow up, or for a goody-two-shoes to get thrown over the side.

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  164. BuenaVista says:

    As you can imagine, I lay awake at nights worrying about the male-female wage gap, because girls could, and would, do this all night seven nights in a row, for a living. But men won’t let them.

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  165. BuenaVista says:

    When I was flying internationally, I stopped going business and just bought two side-by-side seats so I wouldn’t have to touch anyone for 14 hours. Every single time a stew (“cart donkey”, in pilot argot) would try to steal one for a mother with a “lap” (that’s baby she won’t put in a car seat in the baby’s own seat) (of course, that child is dead dead dead in severe turbulence or a landing event). And every single time they hated me for saying, “I’m happy to move, but I need two contiguous seats, which I have paid for.”

    I drive now back to DC, which is 1200 miles.

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  166. Liz says:

    Wow, you’ve led an interesting life, BV!
    Safe travels.


  167. Ame says:

    i’ve heard of guys who work the rigs. that’s … some hard work. i was thinking two things watching the videos … it’s amazing how much manual labor is still required in an age where automation has taken over a lot … and, the last thing those men want when they get off rotation is to go home to a naggy, baggy woman.

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  168. Cheque d'Out says:

    “I lay awake at nights worrying about the male-female wage gap”

    Damn. They sure do suffer the most in life

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