Baby It’s Warm Inside

There is this famous Christmas song that lots of people have decided to hate.

In fact, a Cleveland radio station has decided to ban it.

Let us consider a few lines,

My mother will start to worry
My father will be pacing the floor

My sister will be suspicious
My brother will be there at the door
My maiden aunts mind is vicious
But maybe just a cigarette more
There’s bound to be talk tomorrow
At least there will be plenty implied
So what do we have here?  We have a young lady and her many relatives concerned about protecting her virtue.  At one time, this was a thing,  I know, that might be difficult to believe, but it was true.  There were women that you married, and there were women that you didn’t.  People kept track of which was which.
Here is a story from LarryG,

Wife 2.0

After selling everything that was not nailed down, I left the US of A for jobs overseas and lived quite comfortably out of a single, small piece of carry-on luggage for a few years. Had a ball and life was good, I collected a bunch of stamps in my passport, made money, spent the shit out of my money, ate and rested well, I became my favorite person….

At that point I was not looking for Wife 2.0, the models I saw were hardly worth getting in to start, all well used and faded. A couple of them had new seat covers put on to hide their worn spots. One model had a mini-trailer attached and came as a package deal, if I might be interested at all…um, FUCK NO? Run, Forrest, Run!

Imagine my great shock when one day, quite by chance, I wandered into a NEW Wife Showroom. Oh my! New shiney models recently built, all on display….all came with lifetime warranties of course. The only issue being I could not read the operating manuals as they were in the new wife’s native language….

The salesman was quite polite, but firm…this was unlike a showroom in the US or Europe. There was no test driving the Wife 2.0, the odometer was at zero mileage and it was guaranteed to have had no previous owners. And Wife 2.0 had that new wife smell! Subdued but quite attractive paint job, stock wheels and ample headlights! In order to drive this model home, I was required to pay full price upfront, but it was brand new!

Looks matter, yes. But so do other features not readily apparent; this Wife 2.0 could COOK! Not just basic cooking either, but real culinary skills (as testified by my slightly expanding pant sizes). Where the old model Wife 1.0 had the idea that money came from cash trees, Wife 2.0 had no such illusions, money was something a man trades his sweat (sometimes his blood) for. Pity Lincoln, Jefferson and Washington as Wife 2.0 pinches the coins so hard the poor bastards cry….

Wife 2.0 seems to have been worth the investment, so far I’ve had 25 years of reliable driving pleasure without a single malfunction….had to fix a few things along the way of course and changed the oil on a regular basis. Think I’ll keep this one.

So, yes it does matter to him, and apparently it matters in a marriage.

Posted in Dating????, FarmBoy, Fun
186 comments on “Baby It’s Warm Inside
  1. mgtowhorseman says:

    There is always the alternative. Freeze your eggs and us a sperm donor.oh right all 17 of them!

    For all of britain!!

    (And Canada is just as bad after the supreme court upheld a sperm donor having to pay child support to a lesbian couple.)

    View at

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  2. Farm Boy says:

    Yes, it is warm inside for Larry G and his fine wife


  3. earl says:

    Wife 2.0 didn’t follow her whims (tingles) and sleep with any strange men, learned valuable skills for the home & husband (cooking & being prudent with finances), and by and large seems to function well in her God given role. Given those descriptions I wouldn’t doubt she’s probably a looker too.

    I mean us guys aren’t that demanding in what we are looking for.

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  4. mgtowhorseman says:

    Ghost is very similar to my Teddy Bear (avatar) except he has brown eyes.
    Very good horsemanship.

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  5. mgtowhorseman says:

    Ok just an excuse because Warlord is such a pretty boy.
    P.s. got my new white Percheron/Andulusian cross “Potato.

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  6. Ame says:

    that’s a beautiful horse, Horseman!


  7. mgtowhorseman says:

    He appears about 16 hands. A hand is 4 inches at the shoulder where the curve of the neck meets shoulder. Teddy bear is his size. Potato is 17-2 or 6 inches taller. Ms Hallie is 18-1 or 9 inches taller. All white Percheron crosses.

    And Miss Tinkerbell the primadonna is 19-1 or a whopping 13 inches taller.

    My little Appie (cowboy horse) I used for endurance is a compact 15-1.

    Im working on some pics after the holidays.

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  8. Larry G says:

    Hey Earl,
    “Wife 2.0 didn’t follow her whims (tingles) and sleep with any strange men”
    Um, nope…had she done so at ANY time and lost her virginity, that is a death penalty offense and the men of the family (father, uncles, brothers) would have carried out her execution quickly…see, her people and culture do not play stupid games, the single most valuable thing a girl has is her purity and without that purity intact for her husband her life is forfeit.

    (and her culture and family would demand her life if she ever was unfaithful to her wedding vows, no excuses. Cheating by a wife is damn near unheard of in her country.)

    “learned valuable skills for the home & husband (cooking & being prudent with finances)”
    This was not a choice or optional for her (Wife 2.0), it is expected from ALL women that they can cook, sew, keep a clean house, manage finances (if you are the seller of something my wife wants to buy, may god have mercy on you!)

    “by and large seems to function well in her God given role”
    Totally fit for that role, trained by her mother and sisters to become worthy of marriage and a husband, to be a highly respected wife.

    “Given those descriptions I wouldn’t doubt she’s probably a looker too.” LOL! Won’t go in depth on that one, k? Let’s just say that she became mine at 22 (I have had sole possession of her youthful years), quite slim, long dark auburn hair and emerald green eyes….so HELL YEAH she was/is a looker!


  9. earl says:

    What country is this Larry G? It would give me hope there’s some track of land that hasn’t been pozzed by Western feminism.


  10. Larry G says:

    Earl I will not say….her country it is way east of the Czech Republic..
    In some villages a female who started speaking ignorant feminist bullshit would either be:
    1.) Locked up in an insane asylum
    2.) shot


  11. earl says:

    Ballpark’s good enough. I figured that was the section of the globe where it was at.

    Because recently I saw a story from Poland on twitter and many men commented that you can still be a man in Poland.


  12. Larry G says:

    “many men commented that you can still be a man in Poland.”? Um, you had damn well better be a man, that is really not an option in these countries. If you are not masculine or act like a limp wristed little faggot, don’t even bother looking at the women.

    And on the same note, the women expect to be treated like ladies with all courtesy by their men.


  13. mgtowhorseman says:


  14. earl says:

    May God protect these places and that it becomes the future for Canada, the US, and England.

    I get tired of it being somehow wrong or illegal to be a man and right to be a limp wristed faggot in this feminist nonsense.

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  15. Larry G says:

    Earl, just for fun, ok? Some of the skills my wife has…
    Can kill and butcher a sheep, goat or cow with no problems by herself
    Knows herbs and medicinal plants, makes the most godawful stinky teas that cures what ails
    Makes bread from scratch (starting with grinding wheat into flour)
    Churns butter, makes yogurt, jerks and smokes meat
    Sews her own clothes, weaves cloth on a loom
    Frugal (When she got to the US of A and discovered store COUPONS she was in heaven)
    Learned English (which is a bitch to figure out and learn if you are from a foreign country)

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  16. mgtowhorseman says:

    Horses are better than women any day. Warlord just stands chewing while he whips a spear or a sword around his head.

    Imagine a woman?


  17. Larry G says:

    “I get tired of it being somehow wrong or illegal to be a man and right to be a limp wristed faggot in this feminist nonsense.”

    Oh hell yeah….when any of these cunts start up the sniveling, I just remind myself that the bitches opinions are as important as a fart cut loose in a Cat 5 hurricane, Fuck them, and the horses they were dragged in by..


  18. Cheque d'Out says:

    Amazing what a defence under law can be…or not.

    Somebody needs to get biblical on these people.


  19. Cheque d'Out says:

    Look at those sad wanker remoaniacs

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  20. Cheque d'Out says:

    I doubt that this will shock anyone here. Describes the kind of sleazy environment from which Killary might commission a crooked report from an ex-secret service type. If there is such a thing as an ex-ss type

    It’s been over a month since hackers began exposing the Scotland-based ‘Integrity Initiative’ as a UK government-funded propaganda outfit — and gradually new details of the organization’s clandestine activities have come to light.

    The documents were leaked by a group which claims to be associated with the Anonymous hackers. The first batch of leaks revealed the Integrity Initiative (II) was stealthily operating “clusters” of influencers across Europe working to ensure pro-UK narratives dominate the media. The second batch showed that the organization was also running disinformation campaigns domestically — specifically a smear campaign against Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn; all done under the guise of combatting “Russian propaganda.”

    Now, a third batch of leaks has exposed that the project allegedly operated much like a modern-day version of Operation Mockingbird — a secretive 1950s project whereby the CIA worked hand-in-glove with willing journalists in major media outlets to ensure certain narratives were adhered to. Only this time, it’s a UK-funded organization with deep links to the intelligence services and military passing itself off as a non-partisan “charity.”

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  21. Cheque d'Out says:

    Anonymous blows lid off huge psyop in Europe and it’s funded by UK & US

    Anonymous has published documents which it claims have unearthed a massive UK-led psyop to create a “large-scale information secret service” in Europe – all under the guise of countering “Russian propaganda.”

    Update: Following publication, a major Anonymous-linked account has denied the hacking group was behind the leak and the Integrity Initiative has confirmed receiving money from the British government.

    In a document dump on November 5, the group exposed the UK-based ‘Integrity Initiative’, said to have been established by the ominously titled Institute for Statecraft in 2015.

    The main objective is “to provide a coordinated Western response to Russian disinformation and other elements of hybrid warfare.” The Institute for Statecraft is affiliated with the NATO HQ Public Diplomacy Division and the Home Office-funded ‘Prevent’ program, so objectivity is, of course, at the forefront of their work.

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  22. Cheque d'Out says:

    Remember the Belgian protests last weekend?

    Belgian Government has collpased over the signing of the UN Migration Compact

    The Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel resigned last night as his government collapsed after he signed the controversial UN migration pact that his coalition partners opposed.

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  23. Cheque d'Out says:

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  24. Cheque d'Out says:

    Ooh this could get interesting. Fembots! Start your engines


  25. Cheque d'Out says:

    Not covered on the political shows. One even jad a reporter live from Brussels but the fall of its government didn’t get a mention. Corrupt MSM

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  26. Farm Boy says:

    Sometimes I wonder if Pontius Pilate is May’s inspiration

    “why does the cwoud twitter so”

    If only she would Fwee Bwexit…

    The part of Biggus Dickus was played by Angela Merkel

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  27. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    I’ve been watching the HoC talk about this for the last 30 minutes or so. Talk about a waste of time.

    1. He is right, she is a stupid woman. Is the truth ‘wrong’?
    2. He didn’t say anything outloud, but ‘mouthed’ it. What is next? Suppressing thought?
    3. The UK has roving gangs of rapists and murderers roaming the country, without restraint. How about making as much of an effort to address ‘bad acts’, as they are on words that weren’t even spoken?


  28. Farm Boy says:

    Is it censorship when they just won’t cover the news?
    Is it censorship when they don’t tell all of the facts?

    Technically no.

    The media was shocked when Trump challenged them directly. They were more shocked when the average man sided with Trump. Probably it does not occur to them that what they do is wrong.

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  29. Farm Boy says:

    The Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel resigned

    Another ‘M’ gone.

    Now on to Merkel, May, Macron & Mother

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  30. Cheque d'Out says:

    Meanwhile the clock keeps running down with a default outcome of No Deal / WTO BREXIT
    (in theory according to current law. YMMV etc)

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  31. Cheque d'Out says:

    Laura Perrins is part of The Conservative Woman website. Bit of a tradcon but largely good


  32. Liz says:

    “Sound advice for any party..”

    So glad we don’t have to worry about any of this anymore.
    There’s no way to be paranoid enough. Can’t imagine what public office is like….
    For example, yesterday’s headline news everywhere was “Judge tells Flynn he sold our country out!” “Judge tells Flynn “undermined everything this country stands for!”
    and so forth. Which is technically true…the judge did say that (and since it’s the title that is what people will read, think, remember). The fine print of the article then explains:
    “Sullivan (aka the judge) later said he misspoke when suggesting Flynn acted as a foreign agent in the White House, noting Flynn’s lobbying work ended before he started working for the Trump administration.
    “I felt terrible about that,” he said after a brief recess.

    Why volunteer for this? It’s not like the pay is good.
    This is why we can’t have nice things.

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  33. Larry G says:

    Hey Earl, you may find this really interesting…..

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  34. Liz says:

    [blab]Further thoughts re work parties
    Imagine being forced to appear on a thousand reality shows. Scores of people you don’t know, who might not like you for whatever reason (or none), but everyone is holding a camera and incentivized to catch you doing something or saying something that might be interpreted as wrong at any time.
    If anyone wonders why leadership looks like it they handed out mandatory lobotomies, this is why. [/blab]

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  35. Larry G says:

    Mellow video…


  36. BuenaVista says:

    in re: The St. Louis Bishop: Unintended consequences of this level of corruption:

    I have a friend who is a farm girl, devout Catholic, and university research librarian. Two of her brothers are priests — that devout. She attends mass at least three times per week. She’s “married” but hasn’t lived with her “husband” since their 15 year-old was one year-old. She will neither annul nor divorce.

    So I have lunch with her once a month and on Monday she was telling me that one of her close friends from college, who is a Catholic priest, is presently having his life destroyed.

    1. He took confession from a third-grader.
    2. A week later a teacher overheard third-grader say that Father XY touched her knee.
    3. Teacher told principal. Principal hates this priest, reasons unknown. Principal tells priest she is a mandatory reporter to CPS. She reports him to CPS and police.
    4. Diocese flips out. Parents of third-grader say, “Don’t be ridiculous. Father XY is fine.”
    5. Principal demands priest be removed from ‘her’ school. He is immediately suspended at half-pay and loses his apartment. So now he’s probably making $500/month, pre-tax. He moves in with sister.
    6. Diocese tells priest that if he has a problem with this, he should file a civil suit. (Like he has enough money to buy even an hour of time with a lawyer.)

    My thesis is that they are crucifying this nobody because the church hierarchy has been protecting rank criminals for 100 years. So better to throw low-level guys over the side to show “concern.”

    My friend is so Catholic she scoffs at the notion that her friend is at extreme risk. (“Oh, BV, suicide is a mortal sin.”) I ask her to get with their old college crew and make sure someone calls him every single day. This man’s name is on the AP for accusations of predatory sexual behavior; he can’t even leave the priesthood and get work as a convenience store manager. Google has tagged him for life.

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  37. BuenaVista says:

    My guess was Moldova!

    I bought my favorite plane ever in Moldova. Only tried to kill me twice.

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  38. BuenaVista says:

    I hated Christmas parties, because I had to perform for three hours. I would spend hours studying a spreadsheet I kept with the names of everyone in every family, who had a employee with us, little identifying attributes and interests, stuff like that.

    But my ex- hated them even more, as she had to be the CEO’s representative, which is probably harder than being the CEO. Especially if people you don’t know bore the shit out of you. I offer this as a presumed translation of what The Liz is relaying.

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  39. Cill says:

    FB I put a new draft in the queue. I’ll leave the scheduling in Yoda’s capable hands.

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  40. Cheque d'Out says:

    Definitely a guy to keep talking to regularly.

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  41. Cheque d'Out says:

    Now I guess they just need to work out how to pin it on Trump?
    FBI Informant Has Video Of Russian Agents With Briefcases Of Bribe Money In Clinton-Uranium Scandal

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  42. Cheque d'Out says:

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  43. Farm Boy says:

    I wonder if the EU really believes that they are loved by the people.

    Perhaps they are a bit like Ceausescu

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  44. Farm Boy says:

    But a Kentucky radio station took a different route: playing the needlessly controversial song on repeat for a solid two hours.

    According to The Hill, the Kentucky-based radio station WAKY played five different versions of the Christmas classic on Sunday morning. “WE LOVE THE SONG!” wrote the station in a Saturday post advertising the “Baby, It’s Cold Outside” marathon.


  45. thedeti says:

    I have a friend who is a farm girl, devout Catholic, and university research librarian. Two of her brothers are priests — that devout. She attends mass at least three times per week. She’s “married” but hasn’t lived with her “husband” since their 15 year-old was one year-old. She will neither annul nor divorce.

    It’s good to remember this used to be the way intractable marital problems were resolved. They just separated. Because “I dont’ want to fuck him anymore” or “she’s a real bitch to me” or “she can’t cook worth a shit” or “he spends a lot of time at the corner bar and comes home drunk sometimes” or “we hate each other’s guts” were not grounds for divorce.

    If she wasn’t brandishing weapons at him, wasn’t lacing his beer with arsenic, or was not sleeping with half the town, he was stuck with her.

    If he wasn’t spending all his pay at the bar or the track, wasn’t in a drunk tank half the time, wasn’t infecting her with STDs and wasn’t beating her within an inch of her life every other week, she was stuck with him.

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  46. thedeti says:

    I hated Christmas parties, because I had to perform for three hours. I would spend hours studying a spreadsheet I kept with the names of everyone in every family, who had a employee with us, little identifying attributes and interests, stuff like that.

    Also known as “working the room”.

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  47. Cill says:

    12:22 pm

    I challenge anyone to watch that without laughing.

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  48. Cheque d'Out says:

    I know, Cill, here’s me regularly delivering top qualidy content, barely shonky at all…and where are the stars? Where are the stars? tanjdammit


  49. Cheque d'Out says:

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  50. Cheque d'Out says:

    Another from a guy’s top ten tv moments. I remember seeing this one live

    The Falklands


  51. Cheque d'Out says:

    Magical. Although I think I’d told Cill that I thought we’d done it a couple of hours earlier. Poor old Dimblebum and the remoaniac ABBC to come.

    I’ll have a check back in comments one day.

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  52. Ame says:

    BV – that … that just breaks my heart. this is a scary environment we live in. all these idiots think they’re helping people when all they’re really doing is crucifying innocent people which allows the real perps to continue being really bad … and it diminishes the pain of those who have honestly been abused and ill-treated.


    i’m not catholic, but please tell your friend i’ll be praying for this priest.


  53. Cheque d'Out says:

    Who doesn’t love top quality consumer feedback?

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  54. Cheque d'Out says:

    For the fembot in your life. As a leaving present

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  55. Cill says:

    You’re on a roll me old Empire, which makes me wonder how you’ll react to my next post…

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  56. SFC Ton says:

    Some of the best steroids around come from Moldova

    No idea what the woman buying market is like

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  57. SFC Ton says:

    What is the over/ under on the Catholic church pushing him under the bus because he was accused of touching a young girl? Isn’t that a break from church protocol of raping young boys?

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  58. SFC Ton says:

    LOL love throwing outlandish office parties….. Christmas is bonus time and all but the other vet related days is all game on

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  59. Larry G says:

    “Broads R Us” Buy one, Get one free!


  60. earl says:

    ‘Whatever they put in the food and water in Eastern Europe, it’s resulted in just such a stunning demographic of women.’

    Is it because they don’t take contraceptives?

    You talk about the quickest way to turn a woman from a woman to a monster.


  61. earl says:

    I’ve heard of Moldova before…I did a project in 6th grade about the country. I did the dumb thing and researched their import/exports and location. Should have done this instead.

    ‘In Moldova there are strong patriarchal and religious traditions, unusual social culture. Moldova brides are sociable, easy going people and spontaneous in expressing their emotions. In this case, we can talk about the overall religiosity inherent in all Moldovans. Both adults and young people visit a church 2-3 times a day.
    In contrast to Western society, men from Moldova mainly appreciate a woman who is able to take care of the household, a good cook, can raise children, and can prove that she is a worthy wife. This is an absolute huge plus of all Moldovan girls. ‘

    So in other words it’s not illegal to be a woman in Moldova.

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  62. Larry G says:

    LOL!!!! Earl, from first hand experience I can say that women taking contraceptives is not real high on their “to do” list, k? The ones I met over the years want modest family sizes of 6 kids or a few less.


  63. Larry G says:

    Earl, seriously man…get a passport, get a visa or two to different EE countries, get a R/T plane ticket and go explore….as long as you fish in a sewer here, don’t expect to catch a trout.


  64. Larry G says:

    Moldova is just one tiny country in a huge region….might want to read up on some other places you may or may not have heard of before….this is a start..


  65. earl says:

    ‘ Earl, from first hand experience I can say that women taking contraceptives is not real high on their “to do” list, k? The ones I met over the years want modest family sizes of 6 kids or a few less.’

    I figured. Nothing is more emasculating and nothing turns a woman into a monster more than doing everything to reject your seed.

    And Ash probably wonders why I told her to get off those things. It was a mission of mercy on my part.


  66. Larry G says:

    LMAO! AsH????

    “And Ash probably wonders why I told her to get off those things. It was a mission of mercy on my part.”

    IMO she is the original fruitcake….or wingnut if you prefer


  67. Larry G says:

    Like I said before, don’t fish in a sewer and you won’t snag an ash

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  68. earl says:

    The fact she said she was on the pill was very unsurprising.

    You can even tell which ones are on those things from blog posts and comments.


  69. Larry G says:

    Well, to be quite frank… I totally gave up on the western (american) female a looong time ago, I see no value left in them as a whole. Yes there might be a handful of outliers but not worth numbering, and those few decent ones have been snapped up by discerning men.

    I quit reading any of the trash Ms. Ash cranks out, it’s mainly boring self serving tripe. If you want to engage with her, that is your business but I truly think you are wasting your time.


  70. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    why would anyone ever want two?

    Stereophonic bitching…

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  71. Larry G says:

    naw, one washing dishes and the BOGO keeping you happy, rinse, rotate, repeat…


  72. earl says:

    ‘I quit reading any of the trash Ms. Ash cranks out, it’s mainly boring self serving tripe. If you want to engage with her, that is your business but I truly think you are wasting your time.’

    It was mainly a response to Bloom pointing out uncomfortable truths about the pill. Like I said if you’ve been around the block enough…you can tell pretty quick when women are on those things.

    The biggest reason why it turns women into boring self serving types is that the hormones mimic pregnancy. Now when she has a kid growing in her then there is justification for that…when you think you are pregnant but not it just means you are being selfish for being selfish.


  73. Larry G says:

    “The biggest reason why it turns women into boring self serving types is that the hormones mimic pregnancy. Now when she has a kid growing in her then there is justification for that…when you think you are pregnant but not it just means you are being selfish for being selfish.”

    Man, you got no disagreement from me on that. It’s a whole lot different when your woman WANTs your kids and is willing to “take her chances” keeping you a contented male.

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  74. Larry G says:

    Earl, do you already have a passport? I got mine renewed three years ago and it set me back $110. Good for ten years but still a bit pricey IMO


  75. Farm Boy says:

    In an article printed in the Harvard Business Review, a UCLA professor argued that there are too many white male firefighters in America.


  76. Larry G says:

    “In an article printed in the Harvard Business Review, a UCLA professor argued that there are too many white male firefighters in America.”

    Break out the boot polish so those pale-faced firefighters can get darkened up into acceptable black faces. That will keep the liberal howling retards happy, no?


  77. Farm Boy says:

    The Stevens Point campus highlighted a popular perception that emphases in literature, history, or languages lead nowhere for cash-strapped graduates but to more debt and fewer jobs. Yet what the article on official university policy misses is why students do not concentrate in the liberal arts in the fashion of the past.

    After all, only that fact of declining enrollments allows the university to institutionalize the unspoken reality of eroding student interest. In other words, the university is simply burying liberal-arts majors that were already killed off not by bottom-line-minded state legislators but by the choices of either students or faculty or by university policies, or by combinations of all three.

    If higher education’s increasing fixation on job training is the whirlpool that swallows history majors, the monster across the narrow straits of liberal-arts education is a many-headed politicized orthodoxy, a Scylla that consumes the flesh of the liberal arts and leave the bones as dreary reminders of boilerplate race, class, gender, and culture agendas. In the case of history, few increasingly wish to sit in a class where the past becomes tedious melodrama rather than complex tragedy, a sort of reeducation camp in which modern standards of suburban orthodoxy time-travel to the past in order to judge materially impoverished historical figures or pivotal events as either culpable or exonerated.


  78. Farm Boy says:

    Break out the boot polish so those pale-faced firefighters can get darkened up into acceptable black faces.

    Why bother doing that? Keeping it up is high maintenance. Better to just identify as a member of the currently fashionable identity group

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  79. Farm Boy says:

    Adult film actress Stormy Daniels is on the prowl for gigs.

    Her latest: Playboy.

    She posted a black and white shot on Instagram that shows off her naked breasts.

    “I am beyond excited and honored to share this news!” she wrote. “I am in the new issue of Playboy (Winter 2019 Freedom of Expression) that hits newsstands this week. This is such a dream come true for me.


  80. Farm Boy says:

    . The alarming upshot of the ruling is its suggestion that Title IX may sometimes require colleges to censor or block all students’ access to certain internet sites or services based solely on anonymous statements made in an online forum that the university does not control, by people who may not be on campus, or even affiliated with the university at all


  81. Farm Boy says:

    With endorsements like this, I will be viewing it

    Along comes Clint Eastwood’s crusty character in “The Mule,” and suddenly some of the latter group are aghast the codger is allowed to grace the big screen at all.

    Eastwood plays Earl Stone, a Korean War veteran who takes a gig as a drug mule to make ends meet

    The critic then plays the Race Card to attack “The Mule.”

    “At its core, it’s a movie about an old white man trying to avoid slipping into irrelevancy. Sound familiar?”

    That obscure site isn’t the only one demanding the film’s main character is flat out wrong. This major critic takes a more destructive step.

    Katie Walsh, a syndicated film reviewer with Tribune News Service, declares the film’s literal release to be, well, wrong.

    “Regardless, hundreds of people are responsible for “The Mule,” who very much should have known better than to release this bizarre, offensive debacle.”


  82. Larry G says:

    Why bother doing that? Keeping it up is high maintenance. Better to just identify as a member of the currently fashionable identity group”

    True, but think of the outraged shrieking you would miss out on for being Insensitive at best or a flat out racist for having whites look ….well tanned


  83. mgtowhorseman says:

    No white male firefighters?


    Let it all burn.

    Somebody wanna pass the popcorn?

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  84. Ame says:

    A more in depth look at the girls that infiltrated the Utah base can be seen with a $14.99 purchase of Hot Shots 2015 calendar.


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  85. Farm Boy says:


  86. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    Vladamir Posner comes to mind…


  87. earl says:

    ‘Earl, do you already have a passport? ‘

    I don’t have one.

    But I just recently read a passage from Isaiah 47 where God is talking to Babylon about its fall and there is the reason why I see feminism/witchcraft is going to be screwed.


  88. Larry G says:

    Not sure I get the connection between a passport and a Bible verse about witchcraft, Earl


  89. earl says:

    Well this sewage you are talking about Larry G….

    God’s going to flush it down at some point.

    Including America, Canada, Feminist Saudi Arabia, and UK.

    The smart countries like Moldova already flushed it down or never let the sewage grow to begin with.

    I think I want to be part of the group that pulls the lever on the terlet.

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  90. earl says:

    The important part is feminism isn’t this impossible behemoth to defeat. We just need to stop appeasing to it.

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  91. Larry G says:

    Ah ok, got it. IMO you have to forge your own path now regardless of other’s opinions. The sewage is real in the west, no need for any man to tolerate or live in the filth. Till God Himself calls game over, do what is right for you

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  92. Larry G says:

    Boldness is required, apologies and appeasement is not what men need to do for these whack jobs

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  93. earl says:

    Jessica Valenti started to reveal the cracks in it with the ‘we need men’s help’ nonsense.

    Turns out this bicycle doesn’t need a rotten fish.

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  94. Farm Boy says:

    Jessica is just mad that men don’t look at her anymore.

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  95. earl says:

    Don’t you see FB…for all the emotional rage dumps feminists do about men…deep down they realize they do need them. We can go ‘huh’ all we want when a feminist has one of her turns…when the turn dies down she realizes feminism was a lie.

    Not only do I forsee a lot of cat food and wine stocks…I forsee a lot more of these stories of either feminists panicking or women finally realizing it was all a lie their mothers and grandmothers fed them. Heck Bloom from what I’ve seen is a good example.

    Some women get that young, some get that with enough time left to turn it around, others only figure that out once their last egg has bled out and only cats are there to welcome them.

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  96. Ame says:

    this is my only knowledge of Moldova (btw – i LOVE the movie, Red!)

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  97. Larry G says:

    Earl, man it’s just time to let these western females rot, they cannot be salvaged.

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  98. earl says:

    Larry the true thing that needs to happen is more men need to understand appeasing a rotting western feminist woman isn’t in their best interest.

    The more guys talk about it on the internet…the more we realize feminism is only going because weak men appease it.

    Around 5-7 years ago I stumbled into the sphere about game…seemed like a good idea at the time…until I figured out you can’t game a rotting fish into an edible fish. You just toss it back into the lake.

    The tide I’m seeing turn from the likes of Roosh, Rollo, Stefan, and others is a complete disregard of appeasement and flat out rejection of feminism. And I think more guys are picking up on it.

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  99. SFC Ton says:

    Earl the men in Eastern Europe are going to test the shit out of your frame. You have to take it serious and laugh at it at the same time.

    Don’t get me wrong, I like it there and like the testing, I am all about the masculine contest culture but it won’t necessarily be an easy trasntion.

    Ain’t saying don’t do it. Poland, the Chezch republic and Slovakia, Slovenia….. well shit man. Loved all three for various reaons. Poland for the people. Chezch for the people and gun laws. Slovakia and Slovenia for the land and people…. don’t recall seeing an ugly woman in either place but my gut tells me you’ll have to work real damn hard to fit in.

    Ain’t saying don’t do it. That ain’t me…. ok…..that’s rarely me but recon the shit out of it. Most americans especially yankees dont seem to transition well.

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  100. Larry G says:

    Exactly right, Ton. Recon first, eyes open Earl

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  101. Farm Boy says:

    For Jessica, “men looking at her” was a big thing to lose, as she doesn’t have anything else.

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  102. Larry G says:

    I’m on my phone so my typed replys and comments are short. But have more to say later when I get back to my reg computer


  103. SFC Ton says:

    Farm Boy says:
    20 December, 2018 at 2:32 am
    For Jessica, “men looking at her” was a big thing to lose, as she doesn’t have anything else.

    The moment men stopped looking at her is the moment she lost all infualnce in the world.

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  104. earl says:

    ‘the men in Eastern Europe are going to test the shit out of your frame.’

    That’s the way it should be. They need to know their daughters aren’t going to be married to a man who folds easily under pressure.

    I’d rather be tested by a father than some feminist who thinks she has balls.

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  105. Larry G says:

    Earl, if I can help you if you decide to jump, let me know. I spent nearly 15 years overseas , might have learned a few things I can pass on.


  106. SFC Ton says:

    You’ll be tested by every man you meet, in every situation. And the superficial bullshit that impressive folks here won’t carry much weight.

    Larry can lay it out better then me but the typical college educated American male will be considered not much more then a cash cow to be milked. ie sucker.

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  107. earl says:

    I do know that Stefan recently took a trip to Poland. I think he saw what it is like to be in a country where it is not illegal to be a man…because his latest posts have been like this.


  108. Larry G says:

    Earl, there are opportunities to get a good wife overseas, but it requires a lot of work, time, patience and street smarts. Took me nearly 3 years to get mine, but I was not hunting a quick fuck, but a wife


  109. BuenaVista says:

    1. Wear expensive western clothing, and that includes shoes, belt, billfold and watch.

    2. Don’t be fat.

    3. Be in a good mood, and make the girls laugh.

    4. Pay for everything.

    5. Stay in the best hotel.

    6. Eastern Euro women don’t smile like robots when they’re pleased. (cf: Melania) Don’t react to stone-faced knockouts who nonetheless say they’re having a great time.

    7. If you want to sport a beard like Tolstoy in his dotage, you are not going to make progress.

    8. Don’t be fat.

    9. Wear expensive clothing.

    10. Pay for everything.


  110. earl says:

    ‘ Don’t be fat. ‘

    You shouldn’t be fat anyway.


  111. Larry G says:

    Might start with just a simple vacation to an EE country, not hunting for a wife but just seeing and being seen. I found that a Russian/English small dictionary very useful, learning a few words an phrases never hurt either


  112. earl says:

    Poland would probably be the one if I took a trip. Certainly not because of the women aspect…I am sincerly curious what a place looks like where it is not illegal to be man or being a faggot is not tolerated.

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  113. Larry G says:

    Good choice. Still I might advise learning a couple of greetings and words in Polish…. that goes a long way in country.
    Passport takes about 6 weeks after you apply


  114. SFC Ton says:

    I would say the Czech republic for your 1st trip. More tourist shit to do and see.

    Never lead with your wallet. Most folks in EE will think you are a rich american ie cash cow until proven otherwise. Which is how folks view american tourist the world over. It is an easy trap to fall into( maybe that’s just me), especially some place that with particularly lower cost of living and the locals you run into in the tourist areas are damn good at the game.


  115. SFC Ton says:

    Never much cared for Stephen Moly….. however you spell it

    He is way to squishy and way to left leaving for me. Maybe he’s about to change that but most women have had to work to support the family in most places in time. That’s a reality of poverty and most folks through out history have been poor.

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  116. Cheque d'Out says:

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  117. earl says:

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  118. earl says:

    And then one of my personal favorites…the cats/egg dying one. Although that process starts in their teens.

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  119. Cheque d'Out says:

    It will work this time, comrades

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  120. earl says:

    From what I could tell he said ‘jet fuel can’t melt steel beams’..

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  121. Farm Boy says:

    I thought he said “AOC is the World’s hope”

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  122. Farm Boy says:

    Or maybe it was “Paul is dead”


  123. BuenaVista says:

    Not to wallow in disagreement and anecdote, but so, okay, I will anyway.

    I’ve dated eastern European women in Prague, Moscow, Saint Petersburg, Vladisvostok and Almaty. If one wishes to do this, one must present oneself as, essentially, Don Draper or even The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit.

    What’s ironic is that each of the women I knew were steely and accomplished, but they are not the phony tough-girls of our American life. They have simply been raised and educated in a system where men died of self-inflicted addictions by 55.

    1. Opera singer. Yekterina (Katya).
    2. Movie producer/Gorbachev aide. (She was probably a sparrow.) Anna (Anechka).
    3. Model. Worked in Berlin. (You want physical beauty, go meet a woman who is paid to wear clothing in western Europe.) Alexandra (Sasha).
    4. Doctor. Gulnara. (Most doctors in Russia are female.) (We didn’t get familiar.)
    5. Oil field logistics exec for a global provider. Anna(Anechka). She cries when I call her Anechka.

    Do they need a man? Haha. They don’t even think this way. Do they respect men who are not providers and accomplished in some way? See above, an entire society constructed under the assumption that men will be dead from bad cigarettes and alcohol poisoning by 55.

    That’s why my recommendation is to be fit, healthy, properly dressed, and having the cash to pay for dinner and a decent hotel. Accomplished EE women will massage your feet if you turn out to be someone they can rely upon.

    I agree with Ton that it’s a huge mistake to flash money around guys. I did this once in East Berlin, November 1989. The Wall had not come down yet, but it opened for day trips one weekend that month and I was there; we didn’t know if we would be allowed to walk back out, incidentally; the 18 year-olds with the submachine guns were still at Checkpoint Charlie. I was buying guys endless beers in beer joint after beer joint. Two guys became trawling buddies. (I wound up sending one of them the complete Hemingway, when I returned to DC. No idea if he ever received them.) Anyhow, I was paying another bill and the two guys stared transfixed at my billfold, because there were hundreds in there. One said, “Give us two of those.” Just like that. So I did.

    Net, I think there really are true strong independent women in Eastern Europe. Not like the fake sorts we have here, who live in million dollar houses but want an allowance. But they want a man who is going to be a man and get shit done for his woman and potential family.

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  124. BuenaVista says:

    Speaking of $hundreds, the genius who ran the CIA in 1987 (Rob’t Gates) wrote, officially in channels, that the USSR was stronger than ever. There were more American hundreds in circulation in the USSR than year than in the USA.

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  125. earl says:

    ‘But they want a man who is going to be a man and get shit done for his woman and potential family.’

    Yeah but are they only seeking materialistic proof or do they want to know that the man is innate with this?


  126. BuenaVista says:

    I stayed at the Astoria in SPB. It is the hotel Hitler planned to inhabit upon his successful conquest of Leningrad. It’s like the Plaza with better service and architecture. SPB is my favorite city in the east. Go during the White Knights, during the summer equinox.

    Sasha would meet me in the lobby. She always arrived in a plain cloth coat (winter time), zero makeup, and stood stiffly until I came downstairs. I realized she was rigid with fear of being humiliated. We’d get in the car and she would immediately apply makeup; she daren’t not dress well or be made up when she came to the hotel, as it was assumed at that time that any Russian woman meeting an American man at the Astoria was a hooker of some sort, and you have no how idea how savage Russian women could be, then, to their female brethren. I was informed by the male hotel manager that she would never be allowed upstairs with me, and he was dead fucking serious.

    When we walked about the city, of course, some asshole in a cheap coat with a bad haircut, would always be turning around and lighting a cigarette when I looked at him. Finally, I walked up to him one day along the Moyka, as we walked the three klicks to the Church of the Blood, and said, “Hi!” We usually ate in a blue collar Georgian place, because I like shashlyk, and the bill would come to 200 rubles or so, including wine (Drink!) ; exchange rate then was 30 per dollar. She lived in horrifying conditions with her mother and five year-old son. When I got back to DC she must have spent a month’s income calling me to ask, “When are you coming back?”

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  127. Larry G says:

    “Not to wallow in disagreement and anecdote, but so, okay, I will anyway.”

    Where was the disagreement? Sounds 100% good to go from here…The Russian and Ukrainian women have the majority of attention whenever the discussion comes up about EE women, not so much some of the lesser know/popular countries. My personal favorites are Moldova, Romania, Belarus and Bulgaria, not Russia/Ukraine, but to each his own.

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  128. Larry G says:

    yup, it’s a really piss poor idea to be the ‘rich American”, been there once. Spend little, show none


  129. BuenaVista says:

    There’s a mail order bride here from the Caucasus or someplace, but is now my neighbor in NW Bumfuck Arctica, and she is known around town for her affairs. If you do this, Earl, understand that hypergamy is cross-cultural. YMMV.


  130. BuenaVista says:

    Earl, that’s for them to know and you to find out.

    Larry, I was disagreeing with The Ton. I do so cautiously!

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  131. Larry G says:

    LOL! Got it…I am sure the landscape has changed since I bought my wife in 1993. Bride price was reasonable at the time, clean bill of sale and title handed over by “dad”….

    Still, like I told Earl, at least don’t go fishing in a sewer for trout. Can a guy still get a bad EE woman? Sure, AWALT applies. But this chances of getting a good one IMO are a fuck of a lot better that the cunt leftovers here.

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  132. BuenaVista says:

    I have a Bulgarian friend back in DC. Ph.D, MBA, works for a defense contractor. (Hahahaha!) I have a couple of anecdotes about her, but they involve eye-popping sexual interests. And that would be vulgar!

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  133. Larry G says:

    well, do tell! I’m sure no one would mind (much).


  134. BuenaVista says:

    On a later note, the historic Church of the Blood. The Moyka is a canal; SPB resembles Venice in its waterways.

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  135. Liz says:

    This is fascinating….no knowledge of the former Soviet block countries, except the perception that all those women were toothless hags before that iron curtain lifted seems to me about the best propaganda scam of all time.

    Per the Stefan Molyneux quote about mothers working, I’ve seen this quite a lot. In truly poor times, people aren’t as stupid about these cost/gains equations but in fat times they are. Yes, poor women have usually worked throughout time, but it was in areas that would actually profit them. That isn’t only true of women, a lot of people seem to be very poor at cost/benefit calculations these days. Read somewhere about uber drivers, for example…apparently only about a third make money after all the cost calculations, the rest either break even or work for a net loss.

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  136. Liz says:

    Just happened upon this. Never saw Stormy in action before but holy hell this woman is a fatass. Actually, it was kind of considerate of Trump to choose a prostitute Melania could never feel the least bit threatened by.

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  137. BuenaVista says:

    Moscow was a marriage market for 1,000 years. A beautiful peasant girl from the provinces would be bundled off to Moscow. After 50 generations of that, female beauty exists there on a unique plane. SPB also.


    Camille Paglia writes a lot lately about the disappearance of the multi-generational female structure of the home. Such failure enabled women at different points in life to work without catastrophic child-rearing failure, because Nana, or Nana and Nana’s mom, were in the home available to assist with everything domestic.

    Paglia also laments the insular nature of the married couple now, and how destructive it is for spouses (m/f) not to have extended social or family relations, which imposes too much pressure for emotional fulfillment on a man and a woman.

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  138. BuenaVista says:

    Larry, The Liz would really, really mind my Bulgarian anecdote.

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  139. Larry G says:

    LOL!!! ask her, I bet she is tougher than we think


  140. Larry G says:

    Tell your story in Russian, I can translate & read it!


  141. BuenaVista says:

    She’s a health professional and … she plays that card. With evident revulsion. I prefer not to burst that particular bubble, again.


  142. BuenaVista says:

    I don’t actually like Moscow very much. It’s a menacing, brutal place with architecture reflecting the Soviet dystopia. The hotel I used was a block from Lubyanka.

    SPB was the place intellectuals gravitated to, and they were granted a little more freedom and nonconformity.

    That said, Patriarch’s Ponds, in Moscow is a near-sacred (secular sense) in Moscow. A key scene in The Master and Margarita (Bulgakov novel) occurs there. So anyone visiting needs to read the book and visit Patriarch’s Ponds. Master and Margarita is the most important underground novel in 20th century Soviet Russia.

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  143. Larry G says:

    well, here’s one of my own….

    Shortly after getting engaged to my wife-to-be I was invited to her father’s home for the weekend. My bride of course lived at home and was absolutely not allowed outside without either her mother or brother to escort her, a bit protective you see…

    Anyway, got there and greeted everyone, had the required 5 or 6 glasses of tea before dinner. My bride ensured during the meal I knew that she had prepared every single dish by herself and “did I like it?”. The serving was important, being the husband-to-be I was served by her second only after her father, brothers came after me. It was a fabulous meal.

    After supper, more tea, a couple of shots of liquor and some smokes, me and dad were relaxing on the couch when she came in with a pan of water and a towel. My bride washed my feet and dried them as dad watched on. Set the tone of the next phase, marrying this cutie. I found out much later that her mother was very pleased with her.

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  144. BuenaVista says:

    This is Lubyanka. They executed men and women first thing in the morning, so there is a popular phrase, “Lubyanka Breakfast”. The FSB is the successor, in name only, to the KGB and still inhabits it (it’s like Langley, Fort Meade or our FBI hq organizationally). The principal executioner did several per minute and is considered the most prolific executioner in human history.

    In the 90’s I had several dozen Russian refugee scientists working for me, and every single one had a relative who disappeared into the KGB apparatus.

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  145. BuenaVista says:

    Ooopsy. This is Lubyanka. My hotel was two blocks away.

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  146. Larry G says:

    wow….yeah, I read a lot of post-Stalin Soviet history. Grim does not begin to cover it. “This is Lubyanka”, looks like any Russian office building,,,,,,

    spent some time reading up on the Battle of Stalingrad WW2 too…

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  147. BuenaVista says:

    Larry, that’s — basically — how my Dad completed his proposal for my mother in 1954 on a Norwegian farm in North Arctica. No footwashing, but the men were still allowed to have a couple of cigarettes after dinner like civilized people. I still remember my grandfather, who had an 8th grade education and a big farm, flicking the ash off his Viceroy with his little finger. He said, in accented English, “You just don’t know what to do.” We had just buried my grandmother when it was 10 below, in a 30 mph wind, and the psycho Missouri Synod pastor took his time.

    My compliments and Godspeed to you and your wife.

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  148. Larry G says:

    “psycho Missouri Synod pastor ” OMG, they have to be cloning these! Never met one who wasn’t

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  149. BuenaVista says:

    I know I’ve been rude by over-posting. So I’ll vamoose for a couple of days. First, however:


  150. Larry G says:

    broken Wife 1.0 was Lutheran Missouri Synod churchy…drug me there a few times

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  151. Larry G says:

    Eastern Orthodox is my current flavor….big surprise, eh?


  152. Larry G says:

    yeah, ditto….best get back to work too,,,take it easy, BV


  153. Farm Boy says:

    Furthermore, Gouws also caught flack when he put up a poster to bring awareness to false rape accusations. The university said the poster contributed to a “hostile environment”


  154. Farm Boy says:

    The report also found that, in order to expel a student, less than six percent of the top schools required either a panel’s unanimous agreement based on fact-driven findings or clear and convincing evidence to support claims made against them.


  155. Farm Boy says:

    The mainstream media, as the mindless propagandists of the deep state and Democratic Party, are still trying to maintain the miserable hoax of Russian collusion to cover up their own misdeeds and incompetence in the 2016 election. Yet they are willfully ignoring Google’s role. Google employees and executives were caught discussing in leaked emails their desire to boost turnout and manipulating information flow in the 2016 elections in order to hinder candidates they opposed and support others. This is more far-reaching and frightening than Russia taking out small ad buys on Facebook.

    Google’s method censoring certain beliefs isn’t something new to the corporation or merely drawn out by the passions of the 2016 contest. Though most Americans aren’t aware of it, Google has been cutting deals with foreign governments to censor and “cooperate” for years in order to make more money. Google cut deals with the German and French governments a decade ago to share information about far-right political parties and organizations with federal law enforcement.

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  156. Farm Boy says:

    One disappointment about DC is the gossip that masquerades as “reporting.”
    This story has:
    – Not a SINGLE named or verifiable source
    – Only ONE on-the-record comment, which is a denial.
    My dad had a name for junk articles like this:
    “Birdcage lining.”
    — Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@Ocasio2018) December 18, 2018

    Well, Donald Trump Jr., who, like his father, loves to troll liberals, just couldn’t help himself.

    “Welcome to our world… You think that’s bad? Imagine what it’s like when they actually hate you,” Trump responded.


  157. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    For any of you who role your own, or are looking to update your gats, here are some really good deals on slides

    their stuff is high qual, and priced very well. I ordered the g43 combo as a birthday present, to be used on a build to replace Penolpe (because Maryland sucks)

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  158. Cheque d'Out says:

    A public safety announcement

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  159. Ame says:

    BV … my bff – who has two boys about the ages of my girls – used to call it giving the toys a batterectomy when they were little! lol!


  160. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    Having watched the Corbyn video several times, it is very obvious that he wasn’t saying “stupid woman”.

    He was sayng “send in the drones”. 😜

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  161. Ame says:

    I know I’ve been rude by over-posting. So I’ll vamoose for a couple of days.

    i sincerely doubt anyone here thinks you ever over-post or are rude about it. i’m guessing they all enjoy your stories as much as i do. please, continue to share. you’ve lived a fascinating life, and real-life stories (forget how Ton words it – intel on the ground???) tell the truth about how life really is.

    added that book to my amazon list 🙂

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  162. earl says:

    ‘Never saw Stormy in action before but holy hell this woman is a fatass.’

    But at least she’s not oppressed by the ‘evil’ patriarchy. Now she’s free to be fat, gawked at by pervs while she strips or has sex for money, and graffiti up her body…and all at the low low expense of her femininity and dignity.

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  163. Ame says:

    Here’s What Each Introverted Myers-Briggs Type Secretly Wants For The Holidays

    INTJ — for everything to go exactly as planned
    What does an INTJ want for the holidays? Exactly whatever they’ve been silently planning in their head since August. As Thinkers and Judgers, INTJs are known for their mastermind powers of strategy and planning. Often, they have a very specific vision for how they want things to go, and the holidays are no exception. They’ve got it all figured out, from the wine to pair with the appetizer to how to optimally arrange the presents under the Christmas tree.

    INTJs may find themselves annoyed by the seemingly trite “feel-good” sentiments of Christmas. And why waste time and money wrapping presents when you’re just going to unwrap them and toss the paper later? Unlike their Feeling counterparts, INTJs won’t fall for typical holiday trappings — and don’t be surprised if you get a three-point lecture on the inefficiency of it all over dinner! Rather, INTJs may enjoy letting their Extroverted Sensing side out to play during the holidays, imbibing an expensive whiskey or surrounding themselves in rich, dream-like winter aesthetics.

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  164. Ame says:

    and … a link that includes the extroverts 😉 (from 2013)

    Here’s Exactly What To Gift People, Based On Their Myers-Briggs Type

    Rosetta Stone Russian Level 1-5 Set
    Rosetta Stone Russian Level 1-5 Set

    Identify one: Your smart and interesting friend who prefers to be alone, reflecting on or researching who-knows-what so that next time they venture out into a social situation they can make sure you acknowledge how smart, interesting, and intellectually untouchable they are.
    Famous examples: Ayn Rand, Mark Zuckerberg, Christopher Hitchens
    What to give them: Since they already know everything there is to know about everything, find something that synthesizes one everything times another. A book on the philosophical underpinnings of important 90s-era rap lyrics or The Rosetta Stone discs for an eastern European language they started to learn while overhearing their seatmates’ conversation on an 8-hour flight back from Morrocco. Whatever you decide on, it’s best to flatter an INTJ with an intelligent or somewhat esoteric gift that compliments their intellectual ability and taste.

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  165. Liz says:

    “Larry, The Liz would really, really mind my Bulgarian anecdote.”

    Hey, BV, please…I’m so curious now…. if there’s ever something you think would bother me just preface the post with “eyemuffs, Liz”.
    Then I will know not to read it.
    (I will, obviously, read it…but I’ll definitely pretend that I didn’t) 😆

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  166. Gunner Q says:

    BuenaVista @ 3:13 pm:
    “Speaking of $hundreds, the genius who ran the CIA in 1987 (Rob’t Gates) wrote, officially in channels, that the USSR was stronger than ever. There were more American hundreds in circulation in the USSR than year than in the USA.”

    I hear the Soviets did a lot of counterfeiting American money. It strengthened their economy while weakening ours.

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  167. SFC Ton says:

    Where we disagree BV is mission set

    Earl’s trip would be to wife some bitch up. Displays of wealth doesn’t seem like the way to do that. Near on all the everyday EE girls will know life in the jewsa will be materially easier for them. He’ll be leading with his wallet/ beta bucks by default. I would think the way to do that would be a more modest/ fiscally responsible type approach so the girl would favor him a tad bit more them his wallet

    Also, Earl can correct me on this, but he isnt looking for a girl with a lot of success etc over there. Hes looking for a good looking younger gal who will do right by him and all the kids he ddrills into her

    If he wanted to bang older, established gals over there then he would need a different game plan. The BV game plan

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  168. Ame says:

    (I will, obviously, read it…but I’ll definitely pretend that I didn’t) 😆


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  169. SFC Ton says:

    I know I’ve been rude by over-posting. So I’ll vamoose for a couple of days
    You say some stupid shit for such a smart dude

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  170. Larry G says:

    “Earl’s trip would be to wife some bitch up. Displays of wealth doesn’t seem like the way to do that. Near on all the everyday EE girls will know life in the jewsa will be materially easier for them. He’ll be leading with his wallet/ beta bucks by default. I would think the way to do that would be a more modest/ fiscally responsible type approach so the girl would favor him a tad bit more them his wallet”

    If he ever really does go overseas (somehow I get the feeling Earl won’t), but if he does, some sweet young thing with cute accented English will probably drain the AmeriBank of Earl and he’ll wonder what the fuck hit him on the plane coming home. I have seen that little play over and over again, females can smell desperate and will play that like a harp. Recon only the first time, Earl. I would hate to hear that some EE bitch handed your ass back on a platter.


  171. Ame says:

    on sahm’s vs working mom’s –

    Ton is right … women have been working to help put food on the table since forever.

    the difference now is many women are working only for the benefir of themselves not for the benefit of the family.

    i know a woman who is very successful in her career. years ago we talked about this b/c she didn’t understand some of the dynamics. see, in her marriage, her husband ruled her; still does. she was successful b/c he permitted her to work at her career, but he also expected her to fulfill the role of wife and mom. like Ton, he liked (likes) to cook, but he still expected her to fulfill the roles he expected out of her. and she did. so it works. to my knowledge, she’s never stepped outside of those boundaries.

    i used to watch the Food Network Star series (i think that’s what it’s called), and i remember a hopeful chef saying something along the lines of being fearful to cook for these famous chefs, to which Bobby Flay answered, “Good chefs like good food.”

    i imagine when people cook for successful and famous chefs, they cook their very best.

    as the men have stated out here often, be the kind of man who makes a woman bring her very best. remember awalt and need to be ruled, regardless of how great she is at being a woman, regardless of what country she’s born and raised in. good women like good men; strong women who are able to pull their weight in the family, work if needed and husband requires it, endure hard times with strength and dignity, like strong men.

    (btw – i’m not naive and know that being a strong man does not guarantee a woman will be a good and faithful wife).

    there will be women, like Larry’s wife, who are raised and trained to be a submissive woman … but even Larry has said he has to lay down the law for her, and he does, and he expects her to follow it; he doesn’t give her an option. even a woman like Larry’s wife needs to be ruled by a strong man.

    unlike Larry and Horseman, i do believe there are western women who are good and willing to learn to be good wives and mothers, but i also think they’re harder to find than they used to be. it will be interesting, as time goes on, and we see girls grow up and learn that what they’ve been taught is bs … to see what they do about it. will they return to proper ways? or will they continue to promote the lies that they know don’t work. as Bloom has showed from time-to-time at her place, there are women out there, like Bloom, who have seen that what we were taught was a lie, and we need to do something different.

    i know of quite a few really great marriages. life-long marriages. marriages where the woman submits to her husband’s authority and strength and stays within his boundaries. here in the United States. we don’t hear about them out here b/c they don’t have blogs and don’t spend much time on social media, and they don’t even know the manosphere exists, but these marriages do exist and are successful. all of the women have worked at one time or another in their marriages, under the authority of their husbands, to the benefit of the family, not themselves.

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  172. Ame says:

    my mother was a sahm minus a few years when she sent us to daycare – i HATED daycare.

    anyway … she said after she divorced him, “I should have divorced him when i was younger, then i could have got the degree i wanted and had the career i wanted.” WTF?!!! how about those four kids she wanted … what would she have done with them? ohhh, yeah, same as she did anyway, ignored us and forced us to grow up on our own. only then we wouldn’t have had the money my dad was making to support us (which, granted, was very little while i was growing up b/c he was growing his biz; it wasn’t till after i left that his biz took off and made real money).

    of course, my dad doesn’t have a backbone in his body and has been totally castrated by my mom and his new bitch, so there’s that. the only way he knew how to ‘stand up’ and ‘be a man’ was to beat us and do other bad things to little girls. but, whatever …


  173. Larry G says:

    “unlike Larry and Horseman, i do believe there are western women who are good and willing to learn to be good wives and mothers, but i also think they’re harder to find than they used to be.”

    Um, nope I disagree, Ame. Like I said somewhere before, the very few decent ones have been snapped up by discerning men, the leftover western females are no longer worth time or energy to pursue. The corruption of the western female is total and complete.

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  174. SFC Ton says:

    Yeah Larry, that’s a lot of girls full time job down range. Seen iit play out like that all over the world

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  175. Larry G says:

    Earl, if your are thinking about EE you really need to read this first. Rose tinted glasses are not optional while looking for a foreign wife…


  176. Larry G says:

    A brief history lesson….remember, I picked out my wife in 1990 and married in 1993. The EE women have had over 25 years to adopt a fucked western mind set and habits..keep that in mind always.

    During the 1960s and 1970s, the Communist Party elite rapidly gained wealth and power while millions of average Soviet citizens faced starvation. The Soviet Union’s push to industrialize at any cost resulted in frequent shortages of food and consumer goods. Bread lines were common throughout the 1970s and 1980s. Soviet citizens often did not have access to basic needs, such as clothing or shoes.

    The divide between the extreme wealth of the Politburo and the poverty of Soviet citizens created a backlash from younger people who refused to adopt Communist Party ideology as their parents had.

    The USSR also faced foreign attacks on the Soviet economy. In the 1980s, the United States under President Ronald Reagan isolated the Soviet economy from the rest of the world and helped drive oil prices to their lowest levels in decades. When the Soviet Union’s oil and gas revenue dropped dramatically, the USSR began to lose its hold on Eastern Europe.

    Meanwhile, Gorbachev’s reforms were slow to bear fruit and did more to hasten the collapse of the Soviet Union than to help it. A loosening of controls over the Soviet people emboldened independence movements in the Soviet satellites of Eastern Europe.

    Political revolution in Poland in 1989 sparked other, mostly peaceful revolutions across Eastern European states and led to the toppling of the Berlin Wall. By the end of 1989, the USSR had come apart at the seams.

    An unsuccessful coup by Communist Party hard-liners in August 1991 sealed the Soviet Union’s fate by diminishing Gorbachev’s power and propelling democratic forces, led by Boris Yeltsin, to the forefront of Russian politics.

    On December 25, Gorbachev resigned as leader of the USSR. The Soviet Union ceased to exist on December 31, 1991.


  177. earl says:

    I just saw this tweet and from what Larry has said I think this is more accurate about what EE women are about. It’s more you are allowed to be a man there and that’s why they are better than western broads. Feminism and emasculation needs to be flushed down.


  178. earl says:

    LOL he sent money without even meeting her? A fool and his money…

    Besides haven’t we learned about catfishing yet…she

    is actually this guy


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