Feminism is an Anti-Nature Madhouse

Many humans possess a trait known as mysticism, whereby they believe they have a direct, intimate union with unassailable “knowledge”. They put an overriding “truth” ahead of rationality, and place an indisputable “fact” beyond evidence and proof.

Mysticism evinces itself in many ways. We don’t have to dig deep to find mystical fervor among vegans, and greenies, and cyclists, and artists, and conspiracy theorists, and people who believe in extraterrestrials. And, dangerously for the human race, mysticism includes ideology in its doctrinal sense. Any worldview that would replace seeking the truth with enforcing a “truth” is an ideology in this sense.

Of all ideologies, the one with the greatest capacity to render humanity extinct is Feminism because it impacts humanity at survival level. In the Western World at least, and potentially in the entire world, Feminist ideology governs human reproduction. It goes right to the core of survival of the species. By browbeating humanity into believing sex is not nature, Feminism is putting itself forward as greater than nature, greater than the universe, greater than time itself. The evidence of millions of years of sexual dimorphism is to be tossed out the window, because Feminism says so. Does this level of conceit defy description? No quite. Any conceit that places itself above reality can be described as insanity.

So let’s look at how Feminism has performed as a self-appointed substitute for nature. They have largely succeeded in destroying monogamous relationships and replacing fathers with the State. By fostering female promiscuity they have made paternity more uncertain and men less involved in the lives of children. They seek to make nature irrelevant to sex, preferring instead to make sexual identity a matter of personal choice from 70+ newfangled sexes. They foment enmity between the two actual sexes, male and female, and drive them apart.

They bolster females and handicap males in employment and education (men have reached a better understanding of nature than women ever have, and Feminism cannot allow that). They have done their utmost to remove the masculinity that was nature’s balance against female group-think running amok.

With ideology replacing nature at the helm of reproduction, the definition of sexual assault grows ever wider, male guilt or innocence is being rendered irrelevant, and females are given power to wreck male lives by accusation alone. Heterosexual interaction has become an intolerable risk to males, and is in steepening decline. The sexes are staying away from each other in droves. Never has there been so much suspicion between them, and it gets worse by the day.

At first it seems impossible that such woeful ignorance could be foisted on a world enlightened by science, but mysticism enables insanity to achieve tyranny. Feminism will attack science, due process, and all things masculine that would prevent Her driving the world into a madhouse where “you can check out any time you like but you can never leave”… a madhouse where She is the lunatic diety.

Please excuse some of us blokes for wishing humanity could divide into two groups free to go their separate ways: those who prefer to live in reality and those who don’t. I can only speak for myself here, but I reckon lots of other people, male and female, will feel the same:

I want to stay with nature, not your anti-nature madhouse. I don’t want to be anywhere near you. Please avoid me in return. Stop your meddling and your obsession with ruling our minds. Just leave me alone.

“I prefer life to extinction” = “I prefer nature to Feminism”.
I.e. I literally can’t live with your ignorance.

Posted in Cill, Feminism
286 comments on “Feminism is an Anti-Nature Madhouse
  1. earl says:

    Feminism shows the more power and control women get over men…the unhappier they become.

    Do they realize this….perhaps, but rather than seeing the light they double down on their unhappiness.

    I kicked around another idea about hypergamy in the gym today as I saw a guy getting dictated to by his gf or wife what exercises they were going to do…perhaps a facet of hypergamy is a woman who gets tired of leading a guy she’s with and is on the look out for the guy she wants to follow.

    [Shit tests they would be
    Explain this to him you might]

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  2. earl says:

    ‘Explain this to him you might’

    Hard to explain…probably easier to show.

    I did a particluar lift in the gym…a cute gal noticed then started to do the same lift after I finished the set.

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  3. Farm Boy says:

    Please excuse some of us blokes for wishing humanity could divide into two groups free to go their separate ways: those who prefer to live in reality and those who don’t

    Yes, there are the history deniers, and then there are the thise that look to it in order to understand the reality of mankind.

    Don’t be a history denier

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  4. Farm Boy says:

    They seek to make nature irrelevant to sex, preferring instead to make sexual identity a matter of personal choice from 70+ newfangled sexes.

    To be honest, how stupid is this?

    How can people not see the stupidity?

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  5. Farm Boy says:

    Feminism shows the more power and control women get over men…the unhappier they become.

    So what will make women happy?


  6. earl says:

    ‘So what will make women happy?’

    Following God’s will, being a helpmate to a husband and bearing kids, running a home, being feminine. Basic stuff before feminism told them that was being ‘oppressed’.


  7. Farm Boy says:

    Will they ever believe it?


  8. earl says:

    Well there’s the beginnings of more stories getting out about feminists who finally realized they were lied to about their life after their last egg bled out.

    ‘I’m 35 alone, friendless, didn’t accomplish much except debt, STDs, and cats’ ilk.

    There was also the a story recently where a feminist figured out being a ball busting carrer grrl was nothing compared to being a mother.

    You tell me.

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  9. Larry G says:

    Just tossing a little more gasoline on the bonfire (I brought marshmallows)
    ‘Twas AUGUST 14-15, 2003, starting around 4pm, and shit really did hit the fan for more than 50 million people.


    All it would take is a similar massive outage event for a couple of weeks (perhaps a lot less time than that) across areas of the US to “correct” some of this stupid female shit that has been shoveled.

    It took months before the real cause of the Northeast Blackout of 2003 was finally determined. Initially, Canadian Defense Minister John McCallum blamed an outage at a nuclear power plant in Pennsylvania, which the state’s Emergency Management Agency denied. What actually happened was a high-voltage power line in Northern Ohio brushed against overgrown trees, causing it to shut down. When the alarm system that would typically alert FirstEnergy Corporation failed, the incident was ignored. In the next 90 minutes, system operators tried to figure out what happened while three other lines switched off as a consequence of the first line’s failure.

    This started a domino effect, and by 4:05 p.m. Southeast Canada and eight Northeastern U.S. states were without power. 50 million people were inconvenienced for up to two days in what turned out to be the biggest blackout in North American history. 11 people died and there was a reported $6 billion in damages.”

    and all that in a couple of days without electrical power……interesting, no?

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  10. Larry G says:

    aaaand another soothing story, same topic.


    Wonder how long “feminism” will hold up when the lights go off?

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  11. earl says:

    ‘Wonder how long “feminism” will hold up when the lights go off?’

    The best statement I heard about feminism is.

    ‘Feminism will last as long until the next oil change is required.’

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  12. Larry G says:

    ‘Feminism will last as long until the next oil change is required.’

    or until a 1/4 inch killer spider needs terminating…

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  13. Larry G says:

    these stupid broads have built a house of cards, totally disconnected from reality on the ground….once the reset hits in full force, it will be time to grab the beer and popcorn. Let’s see if the femtards can get society’s infrastructure back up and running again all-by-themselves.

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  14. earl says:

    @ Larry G

    At this point it’s important as men to make sure we stay in our proper God given sex roles. This whole trying to get in touch with our feminine side was as much a disaster as females thinking they could play in a man’s game. I don’t know if females can turn this thing around on their own…but perhaps they’ll get the message on why they are females when men stop realizing it’s not sexism when you are being a man.

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  15. Cill says:

    “once the reset hits in full force, it will be time to grab the beer and popcorn”

    Bloody hell I’d like to do that. I’m not expecting it to happen in my life time, but if it happens (e.g. the prolonged blackout) I’ll fund a get together of us buggars and we’ll party to high heaven and back.

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  16. Adam says:

    They seek to make nature irrelevant to sex, preferring instead to make sexual identity a matter of personal choice from 70+ newfangled sexes.

    Feminism today seems completely dedicated to somehow magically making unattractive young women attractive by decree and simultaneously making post-wall women sexually relevant still. The entire #metoo rubbish is based on the second premise. In other words, #metoo is about over the hill women publicly declaring that they are still sexually attractive because men want them through harassment. This is a modern phenomenon because in the past women of this age had their hands full with their screaming kids.

    If you look at women who cause trouble through their commitment to causes, read ideology, the vast majority are either childless or divorced or both.

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  17. earl says:

    ‘If you look at women who cause trouble through their commitment to causes, read ideology, the vast majority are either childless or divorced or both.’

    The very first waves of feminists in history, from what I read, most still had a husband and kids. However what I noticed is that the husband was the beta in the relationship.


  18. Adam says:

    Earl, yes, entirely agree. As I’ve always said feminism was caused by weak men and weak men continue to propagate it.

    My response to meeting a feminist in a social setting goes something along the lines of this:

    Feminist, (male or female): I am a feminist.

    Me: Well fuck off then, I want nothing to do with you.

    I make sure to say it out loud. Social ostracism is the only way to play this. In the future the term feminism needs to have the same connotations as leprosy.

    And by the way, my response is not contrived at all. I really hate feminists. But I reserve my nuclear level of disdain for male feminists as it was men like them that got us into this mess to begin with.

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  19. Cill says:

    Yes that’s another example of Feminism treating nature as irrelevant. Ugly obese women and postmenopausal crones are attractive because Feminism tells us so.


  20. Cill says:

    “I reserve my nuclear level of disdain for male feminists”

    So do I.

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  21. earl says:

    Ugly (personality not physically) & obese women will always be repulsive to men…the only postmenopausal woman I could see still being attractive is the wife from your youth you had kids with.


  22. earl says:

    ‘I reserve my nuclear level of disdain for male feminists’

    Same here.

    I don’t go off about my disdain on female feminists near the level I go off on my disdain of male feminists.


  23. earl says:

    Flip side is women who actually teach things against feminism and proper God given roles often get more backlash from women than men who are against feminism.

    Lori Alexander’s twitter is one of my favorites to read not only of her handwritten posts…but you see the predictable backlash from the feminist harpies which proves the point about which women are following the ways of the world.

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  24. earl says:

    The thing about that post I didn’t even really notice until recently…that’s a lot like my mother. Even down to the humming part.


  25. Cill says:

    When I call on my parents and mum is at home on her own I hear her singing to herself before I knock on the door. It’s a sound from my childhood. I’ve taken it for granted, I guess, it’s a peaceful sound.

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  26. Cheque d'Out says:

    Includes a documentary on the last Command Field Gun Run

    in case the link doesn’t work correctly, you can skip to 4:50 for the documentary. The first 4:50 has some interesting bits – up to you

    If you prefer a reminder of the competition first…

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  27. Cheque d'Out says:

    Proper job.

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  28. Cheque d'Out says:

    Attention available…women flop their baps out shocker


  29. Cheque d'Out says:

    Bit nippy here. They must be like Scammell* wheelnuts in Paris

    (*insert make of large lorries here. Or trucks. If one must)

    For Scammell wheelnut fans

    Fwoar! Look at those beauties.

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  30. SFC Ton says:

    I dont say this often

    Them broads should put their shirts back on

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  31. SFC Ton says:

    I neber run into self proclaimed feminist in the wild.

    Which ain’t to say the bitches aren’t full of feminist bullshit. They are but window has shifted so far toward the left most folks don’t understand how progressvie and what not they really are

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  32. Cheque d'Out says:

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  33. earl says:

    Yeah women aren’t protesting when they do that…they are looking for attention. They should be putting them to better use.

    Besides when has freed nipples ever taken down the PO-lice?


  34. SFC Ton says:

    Do dumb fucks really pay this much for deer meat when they can learn to hunt and kill their own?


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  35. Yoda says:

    Wonder if fell flat into poop they did I do

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  36. SFC Ton says:

    I do enjoy Mojo Nixion


  37. SFC Ton says:

    That’s a busy mother fucker right there.

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  38. Yoda says:

    Paul no longer the cute Beatle he is

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  39. Yoda says:

    Happened like this it did

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  40. Farm Boy says:

    In the letter (attached below), Assistant Dean LiDell Evans informed Joseph Cortese, a fourth-year student, that he was required to attend a meeting on Friday concerning an investigation about a photo he posted on Instagram of himself dressed as a Border Patrol agent for Halloween.


    So why isn’t the girlfriend prosecuted for being a Mexican Hoe?

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  41. SFC Ton says:

    lol my majordomo would love that shit. Gonna have to tell her old man to play border patrol and border jumper together

    [Your MajorDomo looks like that she does?]

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  42. BuenaVista says:

    Cill’s note: “Any worldview that would replace seeking the truth with enforcing a “truth” is an ideology in this sense.”

    This is generalizable, i.e., profound and concise. Emphasis on “enforcing.”

    I think the same dynamic concisely describes the global non-warming bullshit.


    One of the commenters on the Federalist article made mention that #metoo has turned *all* women in one’s crazy ex-.

    There’s something to this, as I would not see one of them now without a witness. (She is the one who worked for the most successful mutual fund manager in American history — by one significant measure, anyhow, and that’s all I’m going to say to ID him.) Successful investors never stop working, so they had frequent dinners, then they had dinners at his NYC apartment, then she threatened to destroy him because he made a pass at her. I don’t think he has private meeting any more, eh? She got quite the raise.


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  43. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    “So what will make women happy?”

    Nothing will, because they are unhappy on the inside.

    [Perhaps the Evil Patriarchy make them happy it would]


  44. BuenaVista says:

    There isn’t an American pol who could deliver anything approaching Rees-Moog’s benediction. Even Trump uses a teleprompter, as much as he deviates from it, to remember his key points.

    I truly don’t understand British ambivilence about Brexit. Truly. There must be something going on like the case of women marrying for “security.” That is, tossing their life potential aside for promises of a lifetime dole. The Brits I worked with would kick your ass for sport, but be sure to smile and get you nice and drunk in the process. I think this is how a tiny country built a pirate Navy and took over the world, once, murdering anyone in the way, while reciting Donne and Raleigh and the like.

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  45. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    Ridiculous. WTF is wrong with that pic?


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  46. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:


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  47. Larry G says:

    “So what will make women happy?”

    aaand who really cares what makes these stupid bitches happy? The natural default state of females is complain and whine. Fuck em, let them snivel

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  48. Liz says:

    “I did a particluar lift in the gym…a cute gal noticed then started to do the same lift after I finished the set.”

    The family watched Alpha again the other night (Mike and our oldest hadn’t seen it yet). Think the tribe that learned how to use wolves as companions had a serious advantage. Imagine how much easier that would make a very hard life. At any rate, our oldest mentioned a test done with dogs and wolves. They were given some sort of puzzle to solve. When the wolves couldn’t figure it out they just got agitated. When the dogs couldn’t figure it out, they looked to the man in the room to figure it out for them.
    To which Mike responded, “So, they’re a lot like women”.
    Have to admit that is true.
    Since there aren’t likely any feminists in the room to argue with me, I’ll add that if I’m forced to figure stuff out on my own, I usually can….but if it isn’t something I’m good at, or already know, I prefer to look to the man in the room to do it. In my case, it’s typically either Mike or our boys.

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  49. Liz says:

    Now that they’ve made a movie about how man domesticated wolves, I’d like to see one about horses. Especially the first guy to decide it was a good idea to try to ride a horse. Pretty sure this happened after beer was invented.

    [To still the nerves of the horse it was?]

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  50. Cheque d'Out says:

    What makes them happy (briefly)? Dragging everyone else down to their level of misery.

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  51. Farm Boy says:

    In a rare and somewhat frightening bout of honesty, California Democrat Ted Lieu made two stunning (or maybe not) admissions on the air recently 1) that he would love to control speech and 2) the only thing stopping him from doing so is that danged US Constitution.

    What’s stunning and frightening to me is not the fact that Lieu and the left want to impose their little tyrannical diktats on Americans via government force. We already knew that; they’ve been working to impose “hate speech” labels on speech they don’t like and outlaw it for years.

    What really frightens me is that Lieu – as an elected official and military officer who has sworn to protect and defend the Constitution of the United States – feels secure enough to publicly admit this travesty. What really scares me is that Lieu would have no problem using government force to gag the American public and silence dissenting speech if it wasn’t for that danged Constitution!



  52. Cheque d'Out says:

    BV, to be fair, I don’t understand remoaniacs either. How can anyone look at the EU and see anything good for us? It’s beyond me. It’s like an adult believing in communism and thinking that it’ll work this time. In fact it’s exactly like that. The EU is packed with ‘ex’-commies of various flavours. The problem is that communism beyond the age of…13? screws your head up permanently, I don’t think that a full recovery is possible.

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  53. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    There was a whole series about that. It was called “Sex and the City”.

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  54. BuenaVista says:

    Feminism now is simply a hate movement. (c.f. Stacy McCain for an academic breakdown; he’s gone to 2nd Wave feminist writings, quotes them, and instructs).

    McCain’s blog is shadowbanned by the bots at Google, ergo hard to find, so here is his URL:


    It fooled me for a good 25 years, as I am very proud of the first wave, equity feminist spinsters in my Dad’s family (Scots-English). As I’ve mentioned, one of them was killed by the Japs for her efforts on behalf of Chinese girls. And very proud that my Norwegian grandmother, who was second generation but spoke Norwegian as her first language, and the first person in her family to go beyond 8th grade (she eventually went to the teachers college and got a one-year certificate to teach in a prairie, one-room schoolhouse). *That*, I thought, was feminism. Oops.

    I feed the squirrels in my park by the frozen lake each morning (Drink! preferably champagne and
    a Monte Christo for breakfast) (actually went ice-boating yesterday, which is sailing inside, basically, a nacelle, with three metal runners; usually there’s too much snow and rough ice) and they are the dumbest animals I have ever studied, and that includes horses and deer. They make most of the women I’ve known lately seem like lower-order bipeds. At least squirrels appreciate being fed, and have a reason to get fat this time of year.

    The most relaxing women I know at the present are demi-monde; I buy them Hennessy, they feel me up and cook my ribeye as I like them.. Seems like a fair scheme. Though I don’t think anyone should do Hennessy like shots of Mr. Jim Beam. One of them (the best looking one, better equpped than Nicole Kidman) was asking me last night what I thought of her new, straight hair. Being the professorial sort, I said, “Well, you know, you have a perfect butt and better tits than Nicole Kidman — oh, you were talking about your hair.” I then relented and explained that in the hippie era my classmates would actually iron their hair (with a clothes iron) to make it absolutely straight. Always a mistake to date oneself in that manner, but we’re building a relationship. I am learning not to use compound sentences, because they have the attention span of … squirrels. Strippers are also like squirrels in that you have to feed them about five feet apart. They’re very territorial, and they have a pronounced hierarchy.

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  55. BuenaVista says:

    I had one of those awful post-mortems with the woman I was stuck on. She was going on about “security.”

    I asked, What happens to you two 72 hours after the first EMP blast?

    A) What’s an EMP blast?

    B) That will never happen.

    C) You always make such extreme statements.

    Does that mean her attention span is 72 hours? I guess, until there is an EMP blast.

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  56. Farm Boy says:

    He is immeasurably aided in crafting his third trap narrative by the Democrats’ acceptance of and belief in the narratives peddled by their allies in the mainstream media. Just as they believe that the voters share their own horror over a “partial government shutdown,” they also believe their own rhetoric about a wall being “immoral” (Pelosi) or “wasteful” (Schumer).

    But the arrival of the Central American caravan and the reaction of Tijuana’s political leadership and citizens have changed the game. The “race card” (more properly, the “ethnicity card” for Hispanics) no longer trumps (pun intentional) the hand being played by Trump. It is obvious that a substantial portion of the populace of Central America would like to enter the United States and take advantage of our free schooling for their children; food stamps; the refundable tax credit (which doesn’t refund taxes, but sends a check to poor families who file tax returns without owing any taxes); Section 8 housing; and, when their kids are ready for college, race preferences.


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  57. BuenaVista says:

    I lived in Middleburg/Upperville, Virginia. Beautiful country. Rich people who don’t work and their “passion” is their horses. (Drink!) One of my son’s friend’s mother was a second-generation trust funder. Once when I picked up my son, I was smiling and looking at her, and she said, “You’re looking at me like we’re fucking.” Anyhow, lots of horses. I had a bad, bad crush on her. Use to fly over her house inverted, 500′, aileron rolls, maybe a hammerhead. She would run out and wave. Lots of unexplored potential, there. Her husband was truly the nicest guy within 50 miles, though, and I am like my Dad: one woman at a time, thanks.

    When her second son was 11, still married, she grabbed him without notice and moved to Switzerland with a lover. Boy’s name is Ben. He didn’t see his father until he came back for college.

    So, I have gone on here because we were the only popular couple who didn’t buy their daughter a fucking horse.

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  58. Farm Boy says:

    Any worldview that would replace seeking the truth with enforcing a “truth” is an ideology in this sense.”

    Censorship is where it starts. When exposed to facts and logic, the present narrative has a tough go.

    They rather not enjoy that

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  59. Farm Boy says:

    Trust funder types have education and money but they often never experience life enough to become human

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  60. BuenaVista says:

    The problem, referencing FB’s note on Peolosi and Schumer not comprehending what just hit them, is that their MSM adjuncts think the costs of illegals are socialized amongst the deplorables, and should be. Hahahaha, etc. They don’t live within 10 miles of illegals, and circulate in a kind of political class acquarium, like goldfish.

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  61. BuenaVista says:

    Amy Schumer is not going to be “super-fuckable” any longer. Here is her snap when she was “super-fuckable”. (“Is that your vagina or just a fat roll?”) I’m linking to it so you don’t have to see the pic if you are the cautious sort.


    [Peak Attention Whore this is?
    Or higher she will go?]

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  62. Farm Boy says:

    In the future the term feminism needs to have the same connotations as leprosy.

    We are getting there. I avoid women at work, most definitely for compelling reasons


  63. Liz says:

    [blab]The official use only government vehicle at Twin Peaks yesterday sparked an anecdote I’d forgotten about. When Mike was the squadron commander years back they had a TDY and using a gov van. The guys wanted to go to a strip club, he said they couldn’t in the van but they insisted, “boss, we know exactly where to park, don’t worry!”
    Right next door was a closed warehouse and empty parking lot…that’s the place they considered “discrete” to park.
    For whatever reason, Mike agreed and they parked there. He told them, “Okay, nobody had better do something stupid to get thrown out of here. Getting kicked out of a strip club is a cry for help”. Within the first twenty minutes, the flight doc was dragged out by the bouncers.
    Life was so much easier before social media.

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  64. Liz says:

    I hate it when the conversation stops abruptly after I post…always feels like I’ve said something wrong. 😆

    [If posted pictures from the strip club you had…]

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  65. Farm Boy says:

    Released this past November, an animated sex-ed video from Planned Parenthood teaches parents about how to speak to their children should they ever be asked by the little tykes “Where do babies come from?” As noted by Katie Yoder of National Review, the video has gone largely unnoticed since its release.

    At no point throughout the three-minute video, does the narrator refer to the baby as a fetus. In fact, the baby is at all times referred to as a baby.



  66. Farm Boy says:

    Gratuitous images

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  67. Farm Boy says:

    . The problem is that communism beyond the age of…13? screws your head up permanently, I don’t think that a full recovery is possible.

    Perhaps you should write a post about that


  68. Cheque d'Out says:

    Clever pussy

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  69. SFC Ton says:

    Never seen the point in not leaving a bar with an escourt. It high lights a man’s importance and soical standing when staff see you to the door

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  70. Cheque d'Out says:

    Why is it so hard for cucks and women to understand that relentless effort in the wrong cause is a negative, not a positive. A lazy bastard who didn’t answer the phone at all would have done better than hardworking treeza because feelings about hard work aren’t worth fuck all

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  71. Cheque d'Out says:

    New UKIP leader Gerard Batten reveals a new horror. So much for the Eastern EU countries EU administrative districts not signing up to the UN migration free-for-all themselves…they’ve been signed up by the EU…that’s democracy in the EU for you

    Did I mention that I want out?

    We signed up in our own right…though no noticeable debate nor mention of it on the MSM

    BREXIT is merely the begining

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  72. Farm Boy says:

    We are the democracy that we have been waiting for.

    So says the EU

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  73. Farm Boy says:

    The deplorables/non-enlightened are on to their game. They are not going to go away quietly.

    So here comes the censorship

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  74. Cheque d'Out says:

    Churchill in the Canadian Parliament

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  75. Farm Boy says:

    Macron looks like Mr. Rogers

    Note that if you are middle or working class, he is not your friend

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  76. Farm Boy says:

    In the Internet age, one wonders how well garden variety censorship attempts (e.g. deplatforming, biased Google searches) work.

    Perhaps Chinese style censorship combine with the “social credit” scheme would be what is required

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  77. Ame says:

    melted puddles for texas snowman – lol! when my girls were little we’d wad up wrapping paper and have what we called a ‘texas snowball fight’ 🙂

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  78. Cill says:

    Just catching up on comments this Sunday morn.

    Shit some of you buggars leave characters on the screen in an entertaining way. I’ve just got down to Larry G… and Earl :

    “There was also the a story recently where a feminist figured out being a ball busting carrer grrl was nothing compared to being a mother.

    You tell me.”

    It’s the gruff turn of phrase… Dog here wonders why I keep chuckling at the screen.


  79. Cill says:

    Hear hear, Moggy (10:31 am). “We know it’s in our nation’s hands to succeed.” It’s obvious stuff he’s stating there, but he puts it well. Someone has to do what he’s doing – speak to the Brits as if to children. Let go of the apron strings and face the world like a kid saying goodbye to mummy and finally leaving home.

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  80. Cheque d'Out says:

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  81. Cheque d'Out says:

    “speak to the Brits as if to children”

    He is. The remoaniacs are bratty little children


  82. Cill says:

    “Them broads should put their shirts back on” (Ton 10:41)

    Reminds me of a pair I once grabbed and I had to ask “Where are they? Give us a clue.”

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  83. Larry G says:

    “Reminds me of a pair I once grabbed and I had to ask “Where are they? Give us a clue.”

    bad Cill, bad……


  84. BuenaVista says:

    At 2:30 of the Rees-Moog the camera catches a guy hiding his face behind a coat collar. He must be a shy Brexiter.

    At the end of the Churchill speech, a Canadian MP prominently stands and walks out, while the PM is in full throat.


  85. Cill says:

    Spawny I was a bit disparaging of the Brits there but it’s the remainers wot deserve the bo”le. And like I said before, we have plenty childish twits in my neck of the woods as well. But hell’s bloody teeth mate, brexit has taken twi’ishness beyond the realms of farce. You, we, the whole world need a new Gilbert & Sullivan to come along and give us a new HMS Pinafore. Call it “HMS Brexit or Summat” or something.

    You could write it me old mate. You’ve got the wit. It would be a world beater.

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  86. Cill says:

    “bad Cill, bad…”

    Sorry Larry. I’ll try not to do it again.


  87. Larry G says:

    By all means, Cill, carry on! Just reminded me of a first girl friend a looong time ago. Calling her flat was a kindness, I lacked a bit of common sense trying to be funny when I offered to buy her some pimple cream to get rid of the zits on her chest. She was not amused for weeks afterwards.


  88. Cill says:

    Now now Larry. Tsk tsk. That really is a bit beyond the pale, mate. There’s a certain element of wry humour that might offend some people.

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  89. Cheque d'Out says:

    I didn’t take offense, I’m very well aware of what cocks May is making us look round the world. I hope she and those helping her get the surprise of their fucking lives shortly. If true BREXIT doesn’t happen, or a second referendum is called, then democracy is dead. Then one has to wonder what we need politicians for in such a world? I think that they’re sowing the wind right now.

    I hear that this is getting 6000 signatures an hour right now

    I haven’t bothered signing it, those that have are still in the happy places. Many more are more sanguine about it.

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  90. Larry G says:

    Well considering I was probably at the 15 or 16 year old mark, I did have a bit of learning curve ahead of me. I did learn one helpful thing, if I could get the soft-squeeze to laugh it was a LOT easier to cop a feel or get into her panties. School was GREAT!
    Flat-chest Tina shortly broke up after the zit cream fiasco, pity.

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  91. Larry G says:

    Uzbekistan Ladies…

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  92. Cheque d'Out says:

    Not all bad news. One psycho looking virtue signaller pays a price

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  93. Larry G says:

    Q: How are women and rocks alike?
    A: You skip the flat ones!

    Q: What is the difference between a cheap hooker and an elephant?
    A: One rolls on its back for peanuts and the other one lives in a zoo

    Q: How many men does it take to fix a vacuum cleaner?
    A: Why the hell should we fix it? We don’t use the damn thing

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  94. Larry G says:

    Q: Why do women have tits?
    A: So men will talk to them

    Q: What’s the difference between a Woman with PMS and a Pit Bull?
    A: Lipstick

    Q: What does a woman put behind her ears to make herself more attractive?
    A: Her ankles

    Q: What’s the difference between a dog barking in the back yard and a woman yelling on the front porch?
    A: When you let them in, the dog shuts up

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  95. Cill says:

    Looking at the positive side, although half your population are blithering wimps, the other half appears to be staunch. That’s a big percentage. NZ is about the same, but then we are of British stock. When the chips are down, that’s when it comes out. The UK chips look close to down from where I’m looking.

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  96. molly says:

    Nice new word Unca S! I tried speaking it out loud-
    Them Scammels! Froar! Froar is a theraputic word which makes me feel good.


    I’m happy.. YO! 😀

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  97. Liz says:

    …I like it.
    YO back at yah! I’m happy too. 😀

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  98. Cheque d'Out says:

    I assume that that is Amy Schumer’s latest attention grabbing attempt?

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  99. Larry G says:

    Froar! …I like it.

    December 15, 2018. The Moon today is in a waxing crescent phase, that explains a lot, eh?

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  100. Larry G says:

    [Like potatoes much i do]

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  101. Cheque d'Out says:

    Ladies, it’s pronounced correctly here

    Spelling it is tricky, this is better

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  102. Cheque d'Out says:

    Carry on Cleo is the film. Carry on Screaming is my favourite.


  103. Cheque d'Out says:

    The weather earlier

    Lot of rain too.

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  104. Farm Boy says:

    The Glorious Patriarch’s petition is about leaving the EU without a deal


    Personally I am in favor of that. I wish that I could sign it

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  105. Cill says:

    The Patriarch came up with the body some time ago. Not the face though. Nowhere near the face.

    Now one of Larry’s pics of pretty ladies has the beginnings of the face. Not as good as the real thing (let’s face it, nothing is) but getting there. Not saying which one.


  106. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    What is stopping you? lol


  107. Cheque d'Out says:

    The account is German but the film is from France (French spoken and LCL bank in background)
    The kinder, softer police holding…


  108. Cheque d'Out says:

    Blood relation


  109. Cheque d'Out says:

    Oh dear. Look what turd just washed up again

    Another politician who appears oblivious to how much he’s hated by the public.

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  110. Choicy says:

    Yeah those femnist sheilas are as stupid as duck feather pie. Like cillo says they carry on like they are above nature which is uyp there with the creator which is way too spooky for this digger. I’m just a joker from Australia who keeps whacko sheilas like those feminists at arms length mate.

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  111. Farm Boy says:

    I have been wondering — what has the EU not lied about?

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  112. BuenaVista says:

    Never worked in Uzbekistan. Did work in Kazakstan. Got stuff done. It was good.

    I met Anna in Moscow. Draw your own conclusions.


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  113. BuenaVista says:

    Whenever I see another picture of May, I ask myself, “How can they stand it?” But honesty requires one to note, we almost hired the Hildebeast, and her child-predator husband.

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  114. Choicy says:

    Why is Santa pissed off with Tiger Woods?
    Santa has only 3 Ho’s mate.


  115. Larry G says:

    “Did work in Kazakstan”

    Just curious, BV..where in Kazakstan did you work?”

    I spent some time in Georgia (country, not state), Turkey, Cyprus, Moldova, Bulgaria and Romania back in the late 1990s


  116. Cill says:

    “honesty requires one to note, we almost hired the Hildebeast, and her child-predator husband.”

    I know. Whenever I start to feel uncharitable towards the Brits and this incomprehensible Brexit palaver I think of the number of fruitcake gits in my own country.

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  117. Farm Boy says:

    When I was young I decided to go to Medical School. At the entrance exam, we were asked to rearrange the letters PNEIS and form the name of an important human body part which is most useful when erect. Those who said SPINE are physicians today. The rest of us went to the Corner Bar for a pitcher of beer…


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  118. Farm Boy says:

    The classic Christmas song “Baby, It’s Cold Outside” has scored some major victories this week. On top of a Bay Area radio station lifting its ban on the seasonal favorite, Billboard now reports that the song is surging in sales despite feminists’ attempts to brandish it as some kind of date rape anthem.

    “Several versions of the holiday song surged in sales and streaming and continued to draw airplay in the latest tracking week,” reports Billboard



  119. earl says:

    Crazy woman keeps talking.

    First she wanted a wedding, then she wanted a divorce.

    ‘Her story would be cliché if her now ex husband wasn’t a pirate ghost. From People Magazine Woman Who Married 300-Year-Old Pirate Ghost Announces Their ‘Marriage Is Over’’


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  120. OT: Maybe someone already posted this but… petition for no deal. You can watch it tick up as people sign!

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  121. BuenaVista says:


    I bought my Yak-50 in Moldova, incidentally. Had it rebuilt in Kaunas, Lithuania.


  122. Reportedly increasing by 4000 signatures a minute! The govt responded yesterday, Chequed out probably will not like the reply which is basically “we know what’s best for you and it’s the eu deal, trust us.” Pffft!

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  123. RichardP says:

    Haven’t read all the comments yet – so this maybe has been covered already.

    They seek to make nature irrelevant to sex, preferring instead to make sexual identity a matter of personal choice from 70+ newfangled sexes.

    One of the ways that “we who would be free of feminist domination” can push back is to insist on clarity of language. Much of the argument falls away if we insist on clarity of language.

    “Sex” is what your chromosomes say you are.

    “Gender” is how you choose to present yourself to the world.

    They cannot prefer to make sexual identity a matter of personal choice from 70+ newfangled sexes. if they understand that “sex” pertains to what your chromosomes say you are. And that choice is limited to two, plus the odd mutation that managed to survive.

    And what do I care which of the 70+ newfangled genders anyone choses to present themselves to the world as?

    For safety and security reasons, driver licenses, public bathrooms, public presentation of sexually immature children, and anything I may be missing, should be based on the genetic sex of the person, and that should be mandated by law. I think we may be coming round to that viewpoint – and hopefully sooner rather than later.

    On the other hand, a sexually mature person should be able to present themselves in any way they choose. Just as others should be free to reject any association with said person. In that way, the marketplace should prove how useful 70 genders are in short order. Freedom of association, and all that.

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  124. RichardP says:

    Woman Who Married 300-Year-Old Pirate Ghost Announces Their ‘Marriage Is Over.

    I put that right up there with the girls who cannot keep from getting pregnant, in spite of all of the early counseling to keep their legs closed. So they have that child. And spend the next 30 years managing to never get pregnant again. If they can avoid pregnancy for 30 years, why not for the time they actually got pregnant?

    They want to be able to say that they know what marriage is. They were married once. They want to be able to say that they are a mother, even if only a single mother, with one child. Been there. Done that. So can participate in all the conversations about wife and mother.

    They want to be able to say that they know what it is. Which is different from actually wanting to be a wife or wanting to be a mother of an intact family.

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  125. Liz says:

    “When you just can’t be bothered to put in the effort”

    Heh, our neighbors did that “ditto” to us last year. Best. Compliment. EVER. 😀

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  126. Liz says:

    ‘Woman Who Married 300-Year-Old Pirate Ghost Announces Their ‘Marriage Is Over.

    Maybe she was spooked…
    Was he too addicted to the boos?

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  127. After reading the comments looks like farm boy beat me to posting the petition. Wish I could sign it, too! But of course I didn’t want to invalidate it so I didnt, hopefully others will resist the urge, too.

    Maybe we could start a second petition, “People who aren’t From the U.K. who support no deal.” Lol. I wonder how many would sign it?

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  128. My boy dog (just over a year) is confused. He thinks the Christmas tree is his potty tree! :/

    Hiked his leg all proud to show how smart he was to recognize our “indoor tree” and everything! (Hey look, indoor plumbing, sweet!) Not!

    I now have a baby gate blocking him out of the living room! Pffft. (Drink!)

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  129. Cill says:

    I’d sign it. Anything to put an end to the spectacle of lying politicians and swamp-appointed bureaucrats and European civilization being held to ransom by a baggy old female bigot and an alcoholic clown.

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  130. Maybe 419 could = no deal


  131. Cill says:

    Bloom that wouldn’t have happened if you had thought like a dog. You train him to cock his leg against an indoor tree and that’s what he is going to do. An indoor tree is an indoor tree.

    Now unlike you I do think like a dog and play like a dog and fight like a dog. I even have an owner that I adore. Me.

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  132. “…we almost hired the Hildebeast, and her child-predator husband.”

    But, but by popular vote!!!!

    In an anonymous situation, I actually had a guy who gladly admitted he was was a prominent lawyer, try to make the popular vote argument. I looked at him and said deadpan, “well popular vote isn’t the law, now is it?”

    He didn’t like me much. (Drink!)

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  133. This was irl.

    Hey I didn’t make up the electoral college, don’t blame me! Lol. (But I am glad for better or worse the electoral college exists. Not perfect but… better than popular vote. IMHO.)

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  134. Cill I do need to think more like a dog. How would you teach him that’s not an indoor tree?


  135. This dog is a chihuahua plus Werner dog cross. I know, I never would have sought out such a dog but a near homeless couple stopped one night trying to sell me stuff and when I saw his cute little 6 week old face, and wondered what would become of him, I said, “ how much for the puppy?” A sucker is born every minute!

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  136. I then offered $200 when they said, “oh no, the puppy isn’t for sale…” then of course he was after the offer. The same weekend a visitor to my biz offered $600 for him, and again maybe I am the sucker for saying, “gosh no, he’s not for sale!” I should add at the time adding a puppy to the mix was pure folly. Although when I was injured seriously not two months later it was that dogs barking that brought me help. So he kinda gets a pass! Lol 😉 but not to pee on the Christmas tree!

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  137. Ame says:

    My boy dog (just over a year) is confused. He thinks the Christmas tree is his potty tree! :/

    Hiked his leg all proud to show how smart he was to recognize our “indoor tree” and everything! (Hey look, indoor plumbing, sweet!) Not!

    I now have a baby gate blocking him out of the living room! Pffft. (Drink!)

    oh, gosh, Bloom! lol! i’d need a drink, too! dog pee on my christmas tree! lovely scent – NOT!

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  138. Ame says:

    This dog is a chihuahua plus Werner dog cross.

    a Chiweenie! our previous dog was a chiweenie … oh, how we loved her! we got her after the divorce, and she died a year after their dad died 😦 … twas a very sad day, indeed. she was a great doggie 🙂

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  139. Ame says:

    BV – when you write of all the places you’ve lived, i wonder how many languages you speak … is it okay to ask that?


  140. Cill says:

    “How would you teach him that’s not an indoor tree?”

    By not having an indoor piss tree in the first place.

    I never had a problem with dogs soiling indoors. Train them to let you know when they want to take a leak or a dump. Let them decide how to let you know. A bit of a woof or squeak (but don’t allow scratching on the wall or floor). Once you and dog have got it sorted out, be consistent. They will deliberately test you for consistency. Keep your frame. Even the little toy breeds (that sheilas and poofs adore) respect frame. A dog is a dog is a dog.

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  141. Ame says:

    my Husband said he met a man tonight who told him his girlfriend’s dog died. they got it cremated, and he wants to take the cremains and turn them into a diamond for her. he said it’s really expensive. i asked my Husband where he met this man b/c he meets all sorts of folks, and i was thinking this was an older guy with money to waste. Husband said he was the clerk at the gas station convenience store! i asked him how in the world a convenience store clerk is going to be able to afford that kind of diamond for his girlfriend.

    then i told my husband my idea that young men shouldn’t buy diamonds for girlfriends or wives anymore – they should buy fake ones. then, IF he wants to after many years where she’s proved herself worthy, he can buy her a real diamond. but she needs to earn it first over a long period of time. Husband thought my idea was a good one 🙂

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  142. earl says:

    Wouldn’t it just be easier and cheaper to get her another dog? It’s not like they are endangered species.

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  143. Cheque d'Out says:

    I love the Antipodean frankness in describing toy breeds. I appreciate the lack of bullshit. Part of the shared heritage, I think. I enjoyed that Command Field Gun documentary due to the calibre of the men in the teams. That’s masculinity, or one aspect of it.

    The video contains the tv documentary, starts at 4:50

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  144. Cheque d'Out says:

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  145. Cheque d'Out says:

    I think the guy on the right is a remoaniac (retarded division) favourite of the ABBC. Femi…something. They love rolling him out at every opportunity.

    Got to feel for the interviewing Aussie (left) because whether that’s Femi or not, he’s an idiot.

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  146. Cheque d'Out says:

    What went wrong with Nigel?


  147. Cheque d'Out says:

    My dad took me to a few of those Military Tattoos. I remember seeing the competitions. Mid to late seventies

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  148. Cheque d'Out says:

    Not all laba MPs are unprincipled. It’s the 99+ % that are that give the rest a bad name.

    Kate Hoey MP

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  149. Cheque d'Out says:

    Stacey Dooley, two digit iq ‘documentary’ maker, in the prime time ABBC dance competition. Showing her ovipositor. I think that that’s what it’s called

    The things these slebs will do to win.


  150. earl says:

    ‘Showing her ovipositor. I think that that’s what it’s called’

    No it’s called…attention.

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  151. earl says:

    Also I’d ask Claire O if she knows what an ovipositor looks like.


  152. Cheque d'Out says:

    I’m willing to compromise on gaping clunge…

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  153. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    Is that what post-op trannys call a ‘front hole’?

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  154. Farm Boy says:

    The Moral Machine is an online survey designed by MIT researchers to gauge how the public would want an autonomous car to behave in a scenario in which someone has to die. It asks questions like: “If an autonomous car has to choose between killing a man or a woman, who should it kill?


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  155. Farm Boy says:

    Okaaaay. . . And, for $475, she’ll explain it all.

    For example, on the first day you’ll learn that “it’s impossible for you to not have internalized whiteness.” Why? Because you grew up in America’s racist paradise — which millions of people clamor to enter every year, but never mind that.

    Then on the second day, you’ll learn how to stop hating yourself for being white. I dunno, that hasn’t been a problem for me. Nor do I accept the idea that I should hate myself for being white. As the cliché goes, “it is what it is.”

    And finally, you’ll learn how to heal all those relationships you torpedoed when you told your white relatives that they, too, should feel guilty about being white. Plus, you can “inspire them with your anti-racism journey,” too.



  156. RichardP says:

    Spawney – that video of Mogg was great. Wouldn’t begin to know where to find stuff like that – so thanks for posting.

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  157. Cheque d'Out says:

    You’re all very welcome to any value I can deliver. I realise that it’s not directly relevant to anyone (lurkers?) but I like to try and provide a little window onto reality so you can value the MSM views that you receive, appropriately.

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  158. SFC Ton says:

    BV – when you write of all the places you’ve lived, i wonder how many languages you speak … is it okay to ask that?

    While I can’t speak for BV it’s been my experience everyone speaks English with an M4 pointed at their head.

    English is the international language, even without an M4.

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  159. Cheque d'Out says:

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  160. SFC Ton says:

    What do you want to bet that pirate ghost was unfaithful and abusive to her……..

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  161. Cheque d'Out says:

    Merry Christmas fellow huwhite people

    Millenniyule 2018 is an ongoing series of interviews by Millenial Woes with people not seen on MSM.

    These videos are not necessarily anything outrageous to normal people. Each interview goes where the laid-back host and interviewee wish at the time

    Snowflakes are triggered by anything, so why worry about what they like? Or don’t.


  162. Cheque d'Out says:

    Silly people call(ed) French the language of diplomacy. When in fact it’s the M4. Or the gunboat.

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  163. Cheque d'Out says:


    Initial design in 1947. Painted in ‘anti-flash white’, ’nuffsed. The Blue Steel missile was later.

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  164. Cheque d'Out says:

    He, Gorgeous George, is right again(!) What were the odds?

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  165. Cheque d'Out says:

    Piers Moron too! What’s happening? I’m frightened…honest


  166. Cheque d'Out says:

    Not just France


  167. Cheque d'Out says:

    Getting a right party atmosphere going in Brussels, part time home of the EU parliament
    Party on


  168. BuenaVista says:

    I’m not a linguist, Ame. Studied French and a little Italian and Japanese. English is the default backup for most countries, as Ton notes.

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  169. Farm Boy says:

    Title IX protects women, that much she knew. And something so good simply won’t do. All night she stayed up, her mind ablaze, the sh**ty ideas pouring onto the page



  170. Yeah, I’d put a baby in that. Like to get 3-4 if possible.

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  171. Farm Boy says:

    Acknowledging that she is “not a person of color,” Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) sought Friday to make the case that her liberal policy prescriptions stand to benefit minority communities, which would be key to her fate in a 2020 presidential bid



  172. Farm Boy says:

    Campus yoga group disbands over cultural appropriation complaint

    A yoga club at American University has been shuttered due to a single complaint of cultural appropriation.

    The campus Bhakti Yoga Club invited a non-Indian group to perform the Indian epic “The Ramayana.” This did not sit well with American University student Maya Krishnan, who complained to the President’s Council on Diversity and Inclusion.

    “Having my culture represented by an almost entirely white troupe of dancers is incredibly frustrating,” Krishnan wrote.



  173. How does he feel about diligent, hard-working child pornographers?

    [Jar-Jar expended lots of energy also he did]

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  174. Farm Boy says:

    Eventually, Teague said the two even started having a sexual relationship—but she wanted more.

    “Growing up in Ireland in my era, you were taught that if a man bedded you, he should wed you,” she said. “I knew from my research that spiritual marriage was a thing, so it was more me that wanted to get married than him—he would have been happy like most men with just sex.”



  175. BuenaVista says:


  176. BuenaVista says:

    Taleb opposes GMOs/glyphosate (“Round-up Ready”) because he believes they predict catastrophic failure, a true Black Swan event. His is the first analysis I’ve found interesting. Usually the anti-GMO crowd more resemble Cill’s original thesis, above: idealogues who will enforce your conformity to their sketchy thinking.

    However, returning to status quo ante in seed would reduce yields by 50-75%, which would also wipe out every high-scale farmer financially.

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  177. Liz says:

    Wouldn’t it just be easier and cheaper to get her another dog? It’s not like they are endangered species.

    Or go to the taxidermist and have it stuffed and mounted.

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  178. Liz says:

    Some people are weird about dogs. I love my dogs too, but that’s way over the top.
    My sister in law never had kids, so her dogs are everything. But she collects dogs kind of like a cat lady collects cats. It’s basically abuse.
    She doesn’t walk them regularly (she’s far too fat), but she takes them to the vet a lot to make sure they stay alive.
    One has had two rounds of chemotherapy, a big dog who spent months locked in a kennel.
    Think if she had kids she’d be one of those moms who poisoned the kid to get attention.
    She spends a lot of her time in hospitals too…
    Think insanity can kind of run in really really high IQ families.

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  179. Liz says:

    Mike’s Dad was insane (IQ over 165)…though in his youth he was a good father, he kind of disintegrated in the much later years. Nothing like BV’s experience with his mom.

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  180. Liz says:

    What do you want to bet that pirate ghost was unfaithful and abusive to her……..

    Maybe she got fat when she stopped exorcizing.

    (sorry, putting on mittons now)

    [anon edits to add]

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  181. SFC Ton says:

    Would also starve the 3rd world causing even more migration out of the various shit holes

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  182. BuenaVista says:

    One of my best friends is a former client. She was a very, very, very senior financial services exec. After 9/11, when corporations simply stopped spending on big-ticket software (which is what I built) I nearly lost control of my own company; I had cash reserves measured in hours, not days or months. I called her from London where I was saving another deal, at 2 a.m. London time. I explained, “You need to close, Darcy, or you’ll be buying this software for three times as much, from IBM.” She signed in the morning. I went back to the UK insurer that was trying to hose us on no sleep and closed them, and I was so strung out I had to keep my hands under the CFO’s conference table, because they were shaking too much.

    She is gay and thus her “child” is her miniature poodle. She doesn’t fly because she doesn’t want to check the dog. She’s also heavy into needlepoint/crochet arts, so I bought her a handmade quilt for Christmas yesterday. And I bought her little dog his own little quilt. When we speak by phone I have to remember to ask after the dog. I tend to view pets as livestock more than surrogate people.

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  183. Cheque d'Out says:

    Acknowledging that she is “not a person of color,” Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.)

    Too late mofo, the memes are out there and will be unkillable. You’re done and you don’t even seem to realise it. How that is impossible for you to realise is beyond me. Unless you intend to kill the internet???

    [That birch-bark canoe sailed it has]

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  184. SFC Ton says:

    I prefer my dogsand livestock to people

    Why? Better ROI. Even chickens make us more money then they cost in time and effort

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  185. BuenaVista says:

    I think Warren believes that her adjuncts in the media will apply the “this is old news and we admitted error so nothing to see here” lipstick. And she’s right about that. She’s wrong that her Dem opponents and the 50% of the country that loathes the media will acquiesce.

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  186. BuenaVista says:

    I think I prefer my new truck to people.

    I got 27.2 mpg yesterday at 58 mph straight and level — and that includes burying the accelerator once to pass a semi. 23 mpg at 68. Neutral wind. 400 hp. Snow tires. Unbelievable. My last 911 was a 2003. This pickup might be faster between 50 and 80. Gas now down to $2.06 and no end to the decline in sight.

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  187. SFC Ton says:

    LOL no human competes with my favorite Harley. Hell not sure anyone competes with my least favotire Harley either

    Liked by 4 people

  188. BuenaVista says:

    I don’t even have a tonneau on yet, so it’s very dirty aerodynamically. And I have 500 pounds of sand tubes in the bed.


  189. Farm Boy says:

    Everybody knows that having two checkboxes for identity groups is enormously better when it comes to obtaining positions/promotions.

    For the logically thinking portion of the population, this will be hard to play down, as it always reminds them of the resentments they have toward “affirmative action”


  190. Farm Boy says:

    Dean James “Jim” Ellis has presided over the USC Marshall School of Business since 2007. But last week, as reported by CBS-Los Angeles, President Austin terminated his contract, citing the “lack of diversity” at USC


    Perhaps he should have suggested to his charges that they recall that they had an American Indian ancestor. Problem solved

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  191. Farm Boy says:

    “By failing to define highly subjective terms such as ‘offensive,’ ‘biased,’ ‘uncivil,’ and ‘rude,’ the University of Texas has given itself broad discretion to determine which speech – and whose speech – violates their policies,” Speech First President Nicole Neily said in the press release. “Unfortunately, this fails to pass Constitutional muster.”



  192. Farm Boy says:

    One yellow vest protester tells of their want to reclaim Great Britain as told to Sputnik: “We don’t want to be part of the federal European superstate that’s going to erode our rights and take away democracy.

    “This is Britain. We are not European. We have never been European. This is our land and we are taking it back. If the political class don’t like it, they will see a revolution like they’ve never seen before.


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  193. Farm Boy says:

    It is odd to have to rely on Russia to find un-self-censored news

    Liked by 3 people

  194. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    the problem is that the MassHoles and most people on the left don’t care. All that matters is their agenda, and will fall in line behind whoever is the biggest complainer.


  195. Farm Boy says:

    What are MassHoles?

    Assholes from Massachusetts, like Warren?

    Liked by 1 person

  196. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    I saw online the other day, that my Ex had sold my motorcycle to a dealer in PA. They had it listed at $11.9k, and it had already been sold. That means she probably got only around $9k for it. Although I am a bit sad that it is gone for good, I am glad that she got way less than the $24k she had told the court it was worth.

    Now I just have to decide if the next one will be a Road King or an Ultra Glide lol

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  197. Farm Boy says:

    Did she grab the motorcycle just to piss you off?


  198. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    yeah, along with a few other things. It was all about getting as much $ as she could, and hurting me as much as possible.

    Having “stuff” really matters to her. To me, it’s just stuff.

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  199. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    spot on! lol


  200. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

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  201. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    @KH: WTF dude! did you hear her talk?

    NOT WORTH IT!!! lol


  202. Cheque d'Out says:

    Ordinary people in a leave constituency who voted for a woman claiming to support leave on a leave tory manifesto. After the last GE, however, she very quickly has become a central spokesmong for remoaning. Didn’t feel that honour might require her to stand for re-election. Why? One might speculate that honour is a male concept. One might also say that precious few of the political class’ males know the meaning of the word except in loose, philosophical terms from a bygone era.

    Nice town, on the ‘English Riviera’ (think Fawlty Towers), same sort of people around me.

    What do they think of her (Wollaston) and the current MSM push for a second referendum?

    The only people calling for a second referendum are the people who lost the first one, hence it is also called The Losers’ Referendum. A betrayal of democracy. They’re playing with fire.

    Brixham provides vice easy shore diving from here for training purposes, flatty bashing and scalloping. FTR


  203. Ame says:

    While I can’t speak for BV it’s been my experience everyone speaks English with an M4 pointed at their head.


    amazing what motivates people 😉

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  204. Ame says:

    Thank you, BV.


  205. Cheque d'Out says:

    The current state of that petition.

    As I said before, I haven’t voted for it, for two reasons now:
    1) They establishment has already shat upon it ‘we are satisfied that everything is just peachy and you are therefore a cunt wrong on this issue’.
    2) I signed a previous one (which ended up with no effect) and then received an email asking me if I wanted to sign another petition…one that was at odds with what I had previously signed up for => They’re establishment looking to recruit mongs for their own causes in order to simulate grass-level support for their approved causes. This is called ‘astro-turfing’ in political marketing clunge circles.


  206. Farm Boy says:

    I signed a previous one (which ended up with no effect) and then received an email asking me if I wanted to sign another petition…one that was at odds with what I had previously signed up for => They’re establishment looking to recruit mongs for their own causes

    Perhaps the Chinese way of doing things was an inspiration here


  207. Farm Boy says:

    So what is that petition about?


  208. Farm Boy says:

    “I picture a woman giving presents. I just feel like a white, old man giving presents is kind of creepy.” Andy Souza

    Creepy? Another brainwashed child of the politically-correct narrative

    It’s just another way that modern America is trying to erase history.



  209. Cill says:

    Richard P 4:20 am

    “One of the ways that “we who would be free of feminist domination” can push back is to insist on clarity of language. Much of the argument falls away if we insist on clarity of language.”

    No it doesn’t.

    “Sex” is what your chromosomes say you are.

    “Gender” is how you choose to present yourself to the world.”

    You won’t get the ideologues to agree with that. Their truth is greater than your definitions. They insist on us all accepting a new biology to replace the white man’s biology. There are, they say, 70+ sexes and that this can be proven scientifically. There are professors of biology now teaching that crap. Ideology is being taught as “science”.

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  210. Cheque d'Out says:

    Bliar removed the death penalty for treachery. The petition is about restoring it and for pre-meditated hugging too.

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  211. Dear Santa,

    All I want for Christmas is for Andy Souza to get run over by a team of reindeer. Twice.

    Love ya big guy,


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  212. Farm Boy says:

    In all honesty, it is the chromesomes that matter. Easily defined. Big impact


  213. Cill says:

    “it is the chromesomes that matter”

    Of course it is, but the “progressive” biologists don’t agree. The problem is way worse than Richard P seems to realize. There is no reasoning with ideologues. It’s no use saying “let’s agree on the definitions then the dispute will go away.”

    They put an overriding “truth” ahead of rationality, and place an indisputable “fact” [in this case “science”] beyond evidence and proof.

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  214. SFC Ton says:

    The last time I got hassled by the law it was because I got drunk and I steady of pissing in a urinal I was taking a leak in a sink in the ladies room

    Next time that happens I’ll be damn sure to use I self identify as a woman line. Don’t reckon folks will like it but pretty sure the law won’t want to mess with that whole deal

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  215. Farm Boy says:

    A REAL scandal is the one sided coverage, hour by hour, of networks like NBC & Democrat spin machines like Saturday Night Live. It is all nothing less than unfair news coverage and Dem commercials. Should be tested in courts, can’t be legal? Only defame & belittle! Collusion?

    — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 16, 2018

    So where are all the missing Text messages between fired FBI agents Peter S and the lovely Lisa Page, his lover. Just reported that they have been erased and wiped clean. What an outrage as the totally compromised and conflicted Witch Hunt moves ever so slowly forward. Want them!

    — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 16, 2018

    I wish that the US media would stop pretending that they are straight shooters

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  216. Cheque d'Out says:

    Well I never expected this

    Stef has changed.

    Liked by 1 person

  217. Cheque d'Out says:

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  218. Farm Boy says:

    Today is the anniversary of the Boston Tea Party. That was when some Elizabeth Warren wannabes decided to try some “salt water tea”.

    Actually they tried a very large lot of it

    [Yes, and Tea Time it was not]

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  219. Farm Boy says:

    A broken clock is correct twice per day



    It would be difficult not to consider Jean-Claude and friends to be the poster boys for this

    [Wonder if alcohol improved Jean-Claude’s intelligence I do]

    Liked by 1 person

  220. Cheque d'Out says:

    Bloody hell! BoJo’s right too.

    Liked by 1 person

  221. Cheque d'Out says:

    The comments under BoJo’s twat are quite huggy.

    Liked by 1 person

  222. SFC Ton says:

    Tomahawk works really well too.

    Liked by 2 people

  223. copperfox3c says:

    “Anti-Nature Madhouse” sounds like a fun carnival ride though

    Liked by 2 people

  224. SFC Ton says:

    Didn’t mythbusters bust all those improving gas mileage myths?


  225. copperfox3c says:

    New post on the Illiberal Liberal, about how SJWs and feminists use the concept of “privilege” in a purposefully misleading way:


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  226. Farm Boy says:


    I am not sure if you are aware of this, but my comments on your blog never get through


  227. copperfox3c says:

    Interesting, I don’t see any comments held in moderation. If you get an error message or something, let me know what it is.


  228. RichardP says:

    @Cill said: There are, they say, 70+ sexes and that this can be proven scientifically.

    Thanks for that. I wasn’t aware. As Farm Boy said, the XX and XY distinction is pretty obvious, and reductive. Was not aware that “science” had discovered gradations between those two – that add up to 68 (plus XX and XY = 70)

    @Cill said: The problem is way worse than Richard P seems to realize.

    Yes. Again, thanks for that.

    But for this “70” different kinds of chromosome pairings point to be legitimate, there must be more than one kind of egg and more than one kind of sperm. Which makes me wonder, can any of the multiple kinds of sperm fertilize any one of the eggs? If the answer is “yes”, then lets do a double blind test. Each one of the many kinds of sperm is isolated and then used to fertilize each one of the many kinds of eggs. So if there are 35 kinds of sperm and 35 eggs, each one of the different kinds of sperm would fertilize 35 eggs. Now, lets take all 35 X 35 people and parade them before a group of folks who insist that there are 70 different types of chromosome pairings. Can these folks correctly identify which person came from which sperm and egg combination? Can they even distinguish the pure XX and XY types from the 68 other types?

    Should be interesting looking at all of these variations in chromosome combinations under the electron microscope. Surely someone has posted pictures of these various chromosome pairings somewhere to the interet by now. Sure would like to see them.

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  229. Farm Boy says:


    Comments from several posts in the past never made it through. So I kinda gave up commenting


  230. Larry G says:

    So what is all this sniveling about being a racist about? These turds just have to find some stupid shit to whine about it seems. If I am a racist so what? That is really none of their fucking business, if it someone is offended , tough.


  231. copperfox3c says:

    You know, I think I had a similar issue on this website a while back. If I was just logged in to my blog website, and I tried commenting here, my comments would just vanish into the internet netherworld when I hit submit.

    What I figured out was that I had to make sure I was separately logged into WordPress and commenting using that account. Maybe it’s related I don’t know.


  232. Liz says:

    Just thinking further,
    If that pirate spirit and his “wife” went to marriage counseling the therapist would probably say, “Well, dude, she’s yo’ ho, yo’ ho…”

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  233. RichardP says:

    Cill’s comments piqued my curiousity. A cursory search turned up an article from which I present the following – for anyone interested in the subject. The article itself presents a good example of intentionally confusing the use of the terms “sex” and “gender”.

    From this article: How Many Sexes Are There

    The diversity of forms of sexual development and the atypical types that occur are striking, whether of chromosomal, hormonal or environmental origin (caused by chemical products that disturb the endocrine system or by drugs taken during pregnancy, for instance). “The most extreme signs of sexual development disorders are those known as ‘sex inversions:’ ‘XY’ women with undeveloped testicles, as well as a vagina and a clitoris, and ‘XX men’ with testicles and a penis,” explains Francis Poulat, of the IGH in Montpellier.3 “In all recorded cases, these people are sterile. Furthermore, there is a strong risk of tumors (gonadoblastomas) developing in their gonads (ovaries and testicles). In addition to these examples, there are many other intermediate phenotypes in which both male and female sexual characteristics coexist in the same individual. Thus, XX babies with congenital adrenal hyperplasia (androgenic hyperproduction) are born with female reproductive organs and masculinized external genitalia (a hypertrophied clitoris resembling a small penis, fusion of the labia majora covering the vaginal entrance).”

    An almost unlimited number of sexes?;

    Whatever their origin, all of these anomalies show that intersex traits cover a vast range of biomedical conditions varying in frequency and severity, and that the precise number of different biological sexes among humans is in reality a complex issue. It is generally held that there are no simple answers to this question. Based on the sole criterion of production of reproductive cells, there are two and only two sexes: the female sex, capable of producing large gametes (ovules), and the male sex, which produces small gametes (spermatozoa).

    However, this gonadic criterion (based upon reproductive glands) is not the only factor on which the definition of biological gender rests. …

    As I mentioned in my comment upthread, it is useful if we insist that this conversation use proper definitions and resist all efforts to confuse the definitions. Sex is biological. Gender is not and never has been. Gender belongs to the academic discipline of language usage, and has only recently been used to define how a person presents themselves to the world. “Sex” has been the word used in conjunction with whether one makes sperm or eggs in their body. That has always been its definition.

    Now – a new term: biological gender. Umm – no. Biological sex. Surgery is not a biological activity, springing from the instruction set contained in the genes. And so that gender reassignment surgery be correctly termed biological gender.

    The article actually reinforces my point: there is the body that creates eggs (female) and the body that creates sperm (male). There are other biological aberrations that result in intersex folks but 1.) that is a small number of folks compared to the population at large, and; 2.) in almost all instances, such persons are sterile. So – two sexes, with a host of aberations in between male and female. But there can be as many genders as one wishes to make up in their presentation to society.

    Gender has never made an egg or a sperm. Sex always does, except for the genetic aberrations we call intersex, of which there can be many also – but the cannot reproduce.


  234. earl says:


    ‘Yeah, I’d put a baby in that. Like to get 3-4 if possible.’

    I subscribe that’s the only way we can get women to take their energy off destructive ideologies into something more constructive.

    4…why not 8? We got to keep her anti white rheteroic down at least until she’s 70. Then she’ll be too old to do anything.


  235. Cill says:

    Richard P 3:37 am

    I agree, except not with “it is useful if we insist that this conversation use proper definitions and resist all efforts to confuse the definitions.”

    You cannot successfully insist on rationality from ideologues. Have you tried? They won’t recognize your rationality. They simply don’t see (and don’t want to see) the difference between definitional and contingent truths. Their truths are always absolute. You can’t even begin to engage in rational discussion with people of their mindset. You can lead a horse to water but you can’t make it drink.

    Anyway, thank you for taking my post seriously.


  236. earl says:

    “Anti-Nature Madhouse” sounds like a fun carnival ride though

    Where things like laws of thermodynamics and gravity are just a social construct.

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  237. earl says:

    ‘it is the chromosomes that matter’

    Chromosomes are a social construct. Just like pelvic bone structure, connections in the brain between the hemisphere and whether you produce sperm or house eggs.

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  238. Farm Boy says:

    Well, yes they are. They didn’t self identify as X and Y, the Evil Patriarchy just placed those arbitrary names on them

    Liked by 1 person

  239. SFC Ton says:

    Fair certain that girl would help a man raise up some fine, traditional young White men…. ie sexist and racist


  240. Cheque d'Out says:

    “Chromosomes are a social construct. Just like pelvic bone structure, connections in the brain between the hemisphere and whether you produce sperm or house eggs.”

    Proud of you Earl *wipes away tear* you’ve progressed so far

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  241. RichardP says:

    … Where things like laws of thermodynamics and gravity are just a social construct.

    That phrase, including the elipse in front, needs to be made into a t-shirt and bumper sticker. Can you imagine the conversations that will be triggered by folks trying to figure it out.

    Only answer required:

    We are having a naming contest in that land of social construct. There is a group of animals there that only produce sperm, but not eggs. And there is a different group of animals there that produce eggs, but not sperm. What names shall we give each group so that we know which group is being referred to when we speak?


    Thank you to whoever fixed the formatting on my post upthread.


  242. Cheque d'Out says:

    You’re welcome.


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