What Is The Game Plan?


From here, Deti wrote

Remember what i said a couple of posts ago about women and marriage? In the Feminine Social Matrix, women who have ever been married, even if they’re divorced, are still above never-married women. Women want commitment from a man, any man, because then they can show the sisterhood that they were able to get a man to commit to them. Because a woman’s ability to get a man to commit to her demonstrates her value to other women. It says

I was able to get a man to commit to me, in public, everything he is and has and will ever have. Yes, yes, that commitment ended in divorce. I divorced him. I didn’t want to stay married to him. But, hey – I got married. At least I was married. At least i was able to get someone, anyone, to commit to me. That makes me better, more valuable, and higher status, than all the women who haven’t been married or who couldn’t get a man to marry them. Because, well, if you couldn’t get a man to marry you, something is really wrong with you. And whatever is wrong with you, is not wrong with me.”

Women crave marriage and commitment. Absolutely HAVE to have it. Absolutely MUST have it, must get it, must get it from someone, anyone.

Obviously I am not a female, so I have never experienced their reality.  But as a casual sports fan, I am wondering what the typical young woman’s game plan is with respect to this.  Based on Deti’s assertion, getting married is equivalent to winning the game.  How do they plan to do it?

Boys learning competitive sports are taught to give your best all of the time.  There is no, goof around until the fourth quarter, then turn it up message.  If you want to be on the winning team, focussing on what you need to do is key.

These lessons seem lost on hordes of young women.  Perhaps it is because they don’t play team sports.  Though, they are competitive, especially for status and the like.

They have their youth and appearance.  Apparently this is considered to be enough to obtain the win, even in the fourth quarter.  No practicing, no development of skills, just pull it all out at the end.  How about it fellas?  Is this a good game plan?

How is it possible that anybody might consider this to be a good game plan?  Sometimes I wonder how women survive without men, their preparation, their drive, their planning.

Addendum by Deti,

Well, we know what women’s game plan is.

Date hot guys and have lots of hot sexy sex with hot sexy men, in the hopes that one might like her enough, and stay with her long enough, so she can finagle a commitment out of him.

When that doesn’t work (as it doesn’t 95% of the time), have hot sexy sex with hot sexy men until the Epiphany Phase kicks in. Because having hot sexy sex with hot sexy men is better than spending that time looking for a husband. So, at Epiphany, she starts lowering her standards and searching for a less attractive man to play the role of husband.

To do this she has to put on the appearance of worth and value. So she instinctively holds back her sexuality from these less attractive men. It’s fine with her because she doesn’t really want to sleep with these men anyway.

She is, however, willing to sleep with these men eventually, because she knows she will have to in order to lock it down. So she goes on “dates” and refuses sex and physical contact, because she is putting forth the appearance of value. She has to do this. She has to tantalize the less attractive men with her sexuality.

And for these less attractive men, they’re more than willing to wait – this is the hottest piece of ass he’s ever gotten to even stand next to, much less have the privilege of paying for her drinks and meal and spending a couple of hours watching her consume 4 glasses of wine and play with her phone.

So, she selects one, and finally decides to give up the kitty. But it’s missionary starfish only, and after he busts into a condom she immediately leaps up to make sure none of that inferior sperm leaked into her. But he’s fine with it.

And eventually, this “less than” guy is the one she picks.

That’s the plan. It’s played out millions of times.

The other part of the plan, of course, is shaming. Any man who dares to express a desire to know his betrothed’s N is a jerk, a sexist, a throwback, and probably a small dicked loser who can’t get laid. Men are not allowed to know their wives’ N. Men are not allowed even to ask about their wives’ Ns. Men are to shut up, get their checkbooks out, get their wallets out, and start paying for the privilege of buying their sluts cars, houses, furniture, and major appliances.

Shut up and pay. Shut up and do as you’re told. Shut up and don’t ask questions. Yours is not to question why, yours is but to do or die. When I say “jump”, you say “how high?” You’re damn lucky this sweet paragon of virtue and light even deigns to breathe the same air as you, beta bitchboi. So Shut. Up. And. Pay.

Yes, they do view it as a good game plan. They honestly think there will be plenty of good men, attractive men, just waiting around to offer rings and wedding dates to them when they’re done with the carousel at 30, 32, 36, whenever. They really do think that they’ll get great men to marry them. (Ask Kate Bolick how that worked out.)

Of course, they don’t realize until it’s too late, until they get to the end of the line, and the only men still around are those the attractive women passed over. The lower value men. The less attractive men. The weirdos, the dorks, the socially awkward, the pudgy. These are the men they wouldn’t have given the time of day to when they were 22 or 23. But these guys are all that’s left. So they have to put on the appearance of value, and when it comes time to give up the poon, they hold their noses and let the slightly spergy accountant jackhammer away while she lies back and fantasizes about the bad boys she couldn’t lock down.

 

 

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117 comments on “What Is The Game Plan?
  1. These lessons seem lost on hordes of young women. Perhaps it is because they don’t play team sports.

    Was waiting for thee Cats game to come on the other night and they had a girls college game on before it. No denying some of them could dribble and do set shots, but the game itself was awful. Its was like watching a men’s game if every player was playing with a horrible case of stomach flu and at least one full length leg cast.

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  2. earl says:

    ‘Obviously I am not a female, so I have never experienced their reality.’

    You are already a head. What you would be seeking is a heart…preferably not one that voices how strong and independent it is.

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  3. Farm Boy says:

    ‘Obviously I am not a female, so I have never experienced their reality.’

    Though I believe I simulate it rather well

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  4. earl says:

    Just take yourself minus reason and accountability.

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  5. BuenaVista says:

    The Big Ten school I follow has a women’s basketball team. It now features the all-time leading scorer and rebounder in this school’s history. She is 6’3″, can jump 12 inches. She has a great personality and her small town is really, really proud of her. The media now compare her to the all-time leading scorer for the men’s team. He had a 40″ vertical and played 10 years in the NBA.

    The women’s team coaches makes 5x the total gate receipts of the women’s program. That is, they make $1.6mm/year. Total program revenue is $251,000. The women’s team flies charter jets to away games.

    The average women’s college basketball team ranked in the Top 20 would get creamed by a high school boys sophomore team. (This is not an exaggeration. A few years ago the USA Olympic gold-medal winning soccer team played a group of 15-16 year old boys in Dallas, who were just a casual pick-up team. They had never played together. The gold medalist females got wiped out.) The women’s b-ball team draws about 500 people per game.

    Meanwhile, the same school’s wrestling program is the most successful in college history. The coach and his assistant are Olympic gold and bronze medal holders. Jointly they make $350K per year. They average 10,000 paying fans, and sell-out a 14,000 seat arena if Penn State, Oklahoma State, Ohio State or Iowa State visit. (Actually, they sold 35,000 seats in the football stadium in NOVEMBER a couple of years ago.)

    So sure. Girls learn a lot through competitive sports.

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  6. Farm Boy says:

    Earl,

    I do have a fine built-in random number generator

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  7. Farm Boy says:

    So what do college women learn, and where do they learn it?

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  8. SFC Ton says:

    Society wide no one expects you to take years to develop yourself or your craft. You are either some kind of modern miracle phenom or you suck.

    It’s pretty twisted but it sets all young people up for failure.

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  9. Jack says:

    Why do young women fritter away their best years and wait until the last egg to hone up their feminine skills just enough to hook a man into marriage? I believe it’s a combination of solipsism, entitlement, a positive, fatalistic attitude which says “everything’s going to be okay”, and a heavy reliance on the pussy pass. Hedonism, driven by ferality and hypergamy, dominates in their early years, and it’s not until they tire of this routine before they get down to the business of marriage. The problem is, all the defilement they pick up during their younger years destroys the possibility of contentment in marriage. Without the discipline of the patriarchy, which they have patently rejected from the onset of puberty, they never realize this until it’s too late.

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  10. earl says:

    ‘So what do college women learn, and where do they learn it?’

    From what I remember it was a combination of drinking, hooking up, emotional roller coasters, fighting with roommates, and maybe going to the classes that daddy was paying for. (So that she could learn to smash the patriarchy)

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  11. earl says:

    ‘So sure. Girls learn a lot through competitive sports.’

    They should have competitive sammich making, baking, and housewive skill games.

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  12. Farm Boy says:

    A poor game plan here

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  13. RichardP says:

    If you can’t get a man to commit to you, why … just become a man.

    For all the criticism that is leveled at “Christians” for supposedly not believing in science, I don’t know how headlines such as these can be created with a straight face and no huge cognitive dissonance attacks – as words such as these call their belief in science into question biggly.

    First man to give birth in UK …

    I will give them credit for using the gender term “man” instead of the sex term “male”. But still …

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  14. Farm Boy says:

    More than 30 students at the University of Texas have been doxxed by a student antifa group, typically for the crime of joining conservative clubs or being spotted at lectures held by conservative speakers.

    The doxxers — calling themselves Austin Autonomous Media (AAM) — are a small collective of UT students. Since fall 2018, AAM members have snuck into conservative club meetings, taken photos of attendees, and posted students’ names and emails online.

    The AAM also typically posts students’ phone numbers and employers. For example, one young woman was doxxed for the crime of attending a pro-Kavanaugh rally. “Call [employer redacted] to get her fired: (512) XXX-XXX” the post said

    https://pjmedia.com/trending/more-than-30-ut-students-doxxed-for-crime-of-being-conservative/

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  15. SFC Ton says:

    I have 0 empathy for the govt workers. Folks are let go, face slow downs and all that shit every fucking day. What makes them more special then the guys in some lumber yard or tire plant etc etc?

    Shit like that is why we should all live bellow our means, have no debt and kept 6+ month of living expense in mason jars burried out back

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  16. Farm Boy says:

    The main point is that she makes a big fuss about gubmint workers and their fate, then donates her salary to something totally unrelated. Seems a bit incoherent, somewhat like her defense of writing ‘Native American’ on those application forms.

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  17. Farm Boy says:

    French riot police are now using semi-automatic weapons with live ammunition against Yellow Vest protestors as Macron’s law and order crisis spirals

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6586991/French-riot-police-using-semi-automatic-weapons-against-Yellow-Vest-protestors.html

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  18. Liz says:

    “Based on Deti’s assertion, getting married is equivalent to winning the game. How do they plan to do it?”

    Well, I cannot speak for everyone, but when I have a goal/objective I look at results.
    What are the successful people doing?

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  19. Farm Boy says:

    Not only does peripheral France fare badly in the modern economy, it is also culturally misunderstood by the elite. The yellow-vest movement is a truly 21st-century movement in that it is cultural as well as political. Cultural validation is extremely important in our era.

    One illustration of this cultural divide is that most modern, progressive social movements and protests are quickly endorsed by celebrities, actors, the media and the intellectuals. But none of them approve of the gilets jaunes. Their emergence has caused a kind of psychological shock to the cultural establishment. It is exactly the same shock that the British elites experienced with the Brexit vote and that they are still experiencing now, three years later. . . .

    We have a new bourgeoisie, but because they are very cool and progressive, it creates the impression that there is no class conflict anymore. It is really difficult to oppose the hipsters when they say they care about the poor and about minorities.

    But actually, they are very much complicit in relegating the working classes to the sidelines. Not only do they benefit enormously from the globalised economy, but they have also produced a dominant cultural discourse which ostracises working-class people. Think of the ‘deplorables’ evoked by Hillary Clinton. There is a similar view of the working class in France and Britain. They are looked upon as if they are some kind of Amazonian tribe. The problem for the elites is that it is a very big tribe.

    The middle-class reaction to the yellow vests has been telling. Immediately, the protesters were denounced as xenophobes, anti-Semites and homophobes. The elites present themselves as anti-fascist and anti-racist but this is merely a way of defending their class interests. It is the only argument they can muster to defend their status, but it is not working anymore.

    Now the elites are afraid. For the first time, there is a movement which cannot be controlled through the normal political mechanisms. The gilets jaunes didn’t emerge from the trade unions or the political parties. It cannot be stopped. There is no ‘off’ button. Either the intelligentsia will be forced to properly acknowledge the existence of these people, or they will have to opt for a kind of soft totalitarianism.

    https://www.spiked-online.com/2019/01/11/the-gilets-jaunes-are-unstoppable/

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  20. Farm Boy says:

    Yet in our new binary society, we all have a choice to be seen either as victims or victimizers. And thus we make the necessary adjustments for the often more lucrative and careerist choice.

    At the most buffoonish, sometimes activists simply construct identities out of whole cloth. Ward Churchill did that pretty well, when he fabricated a Native American persona and parlayed it into a faculty billet at the University of Colorado that was otherwise unattainable for such a mediocrity with pseudo-credentials.

    Rachel Dolezal, recently charged with welfare fraud, became Spokane chapter president of the NAACP by falsely claiming she was African-American.

    U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) for years leveraged old family yarns about a high-cheekbone, Native American heritage into Harvard’s first authentically Native American law professor. Her self-invention was much more likely a route to advancement than more dreary publication, better teaching, or just being Elizabeth Warren, middle-aged white female scholar.

    https://amgreatness.com/2019/01/13/the-game-of-pseudo-authenticity/

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  21. Farm Boy says:

    It’s the people inside parliament you should be worried about. It is these well-educated, politely spoken political operators who threaten to devastate centuries of democratic tradition through their wilful agitation against the largest democratic vote in our history: the vote for Brexit.

    Indeed, it isn’t the gruff protesters that threaten public life – it’s the overreaction to them that does that. Judging from the miles of newspaper commentary and ceaseless self-pitying comments from MPs who claim the protesters make them feel ‘unsafe’, you’d be forgiven for thinking an actual army of blackshirts had set up camp outside the Commons. Of course all that happened is that an infinitesimally small number of unemployable blowhards rocked up for a couple of days to chant ‘Soubry is a Nazi’ and call Owen Jones a tampon. Kristallnacht it ain’t

    https://www.spiked-online.com/2019/01/14/parliament-has-turned-against-the-people/

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  22. Farm Boy says:

    As movies and television shows in both the United States and Britain today increasingly adopt the feminist, gay, and racial obsessions of their makers, they have written off a large portion of the less politically “woke” audience. Many of these shows, such as Britain’s venerable Doctor Who, have hemorrhaged viewers since taking on a more preachy, PC aspect. “It’s supposed to be entertainment,” one disgruntled viewer complained. Late-night television, now dominated by stridently anti-Trump comedians, also has seen ratings drop in recent years; no show has close to the number of viewers, let alone the iconic status, enjoyed by the late—and largely apolitical—Johnny Carson.

    This trend reflects the loss of contact between creative elites and much of the country. Gone forever is the widely shared culture between the upper-class arbiters of popular taste and an ascending middle class that flourished in the mid-twentieth century

    https://www.city-journal.org/politicization-of-mass-culture

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  23. Farm Boy says:

    ZFG In action

    “Mr. President, congresswoman Ocasio-Cortez called you a racist,” a reporter said.

    “Who did?” Trump asked.

    “Congresswoman Ocasio-Cortez,” the reporter shouted back.

    “Who cares?” Trump said, dismissing the question

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/42127/watch-trump-responds-ocasio-cortez-calling-him-ryan-saavedra

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  24. Farm Boy says:

    So what is the State of the May?

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  25. Larry G says:

    “Mr. President, congresswoman Ocasio-Cortez called you a racist,” a reporter said.
    “Who did?” Trump asked.
    “Congresswoman Ocasio-Cortez,” the reporter shouted back.
    ““Who cares?” Trump said, dismissing the question”

    Exactly..worthy of no reply other than ““Who cares?”

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  26. Liz says:

    “Exactly..worthy of no reply other than ““Who cares?”

    …or a shrug followed by “never heard of her”

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  27. Larry G says:

    Tech Monday…

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  28. Larry G says:

    [Perhaps worry about getting her eyes poked out by her unicorn she should]

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  29. Ame says:

    on weird and bizarre things in life … i know two different people who had tears in their retina end of last week and are on bed rest. i don’t think i’ve known one in my whole life (though probably but didn’t know about it) and now two at the same time. weird.

    okay … back to regularly scheduled programming 🙂

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  30. Liz says:

    Interesting article about the yellow vest movement in Paris (apologies if this has already been posted and I missed it):
    https://www.spiked-online.com/2019/01/11/the-gilets-jaunes-are-unstoppable/

    spiked: How have the working-classes come to be excluded?

    Guilluy: All the growth and dynamism is in the major cities, but people cannot just move there. The cities are inaccessible, particularly thanks to mounting housing costs. The big cities today are like medieval citadels. It is like we are going back to the city-states of the Middle Ages. Funnily enough, Paris is going to start charging people for entry, just like the excise duties you used to have to pay to enter a town in the Middle Ages.

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  31. Liz says:

    Heh, please disregard….FB posted it earlier, I just hadn’t gone to the site yet and only read the posted quote.

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  32. Farm Boy says:

    Marlene, (what an unfortunate name), desires with all her heart to be able to do whatever she wants in regards to a sexual nature without this having any consequences whatsoever for her further down the line. In a promiscuous society that worships whatever women want as being wholesome and good, this desire on her part is perfectly understandable. After all, she is just a product of her environment. You go girrrl!

    In order to defend her bad choices, Marlene resorts to ad hominem attacks on any foolish men who dare to voice their own personal preferences for a desirable mate which contradict the road that Marlene has chosen to travel. For make no mistake, a woman’s sexual experiences determine her potential worth as a mate to the exclusion of everything else. We are of course referring to average women here who have no horrible vices that would nuke any idea of her potential as a future mate. Shooting heroin into her eyeballs or belonging to Antifa, that sort of thing.

    https://pushingrubberdownhill.com/2019/01/14/never-date-a-slut/

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  33. thedeti says:

    Well, we know what women’s game plan is.

    Date hot guys and have lots of hot sexy sex with hot sexy men, in the hopes that one might like her enough, and stay with her long enough, so she can finagle a commitment out of him.

    When that doesn’t work (as it doesn’t 95% of the time), have hot sexy sex with hot sexy men until the Epiphany Phase kicks in. Because having hot sexy sex with hot sexy men is better than spending that time looking for a husband. So, at Epiphany, she starts lowering her standards and searching for a less attractive man to play the role of husband.

    To do this she has to put on the appearance of worth and value. So she instinctively holds back her sexuality from these less attractive men. It’s fine with her because she doesn’t really want to sleep with these men anyway.

    She is, however, willing to sleep with these men eventually, because she knows she will have to in order to lock it down. So she goes on “dates” and refuses sex and physical contact, because she is putting forth the appearance of value. She has to do this. She has to tantalize the less attractive men with her sexuality.

    And for these less attractive men, they’re more than willing to wait – this is the hottest piece of ass he’s ever gotten to even stand next to, much less have the privilege of paying for her drinks and meal and spending a couple of hours watching her consume 4 glasses of wine and play with her phone.

    So, she selects one, and finally decides to give up the kitty. But it’s missionary starfish only, and after he busts into a condom she immediately leaps up to make sure none of that inferior sperm leaked into her. But he’s fine with it.

    And eventually, this “less than” guy is the one she picks.

    That’s the plan. It’s played out millions of times.

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  34. thedeti says:

    The other part of the plan, of course, is shaming. Adam Piggott’s post over at pushingrubberdownhill points this out. Any man who dares to express a desire to know his betrothed’s N is a jerk, a sexist, a throwback, and probably a small dicked loser who can’t get laid. Men are not allowed to know their wives’ N. Men are not allowed even to ask about their wives’ Ns. Men are to shut up, get their checkbooks out, get their wallets out, and start paying for the privilege of buying their sluts cars, houses, furniture, and major appliances.

    Shut up and pay. Shut up and do as you’re told. Shut up and don’t ask questions. Yours is not to question why, yours is but to do or die. When I say “jump”, you say “how high?” You’re damn lucky this sweet paragon of virtue and light even deigns to breathe the same air as you, beta bitchboi. So Shut. Up. And. Pay.

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  35. Farm Boy says:

    So do they view that as a good game plan or not?

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  36. thedeti says:

    Yes, they do view it as a good game plan. They honestly think there will be plenty of good men, attractive men, just waiting around to offer rings and wedding dates to them when they’re done with the carousel at 30, 32, 36, whenever. They really do think that they’ll get great men to marry them. (Ask Kate Bolick how that worked out.)

    Of course, they don’t realize until it’s too late, until they get to the end of the line, and the only men still around are those the attractive women passed over. The lower value men. The less attractive men. The weirdos, the dorks, the socially awkward, the pudgy. These are the men they wouldn’t have given the time of day to when they were 22 or 23. But these guys are all that’s left. So they have to put on the appearance of value, and when it comes time to give up the poon, they hold their noses and let the slightly spergy accountant jackhammer away while she lies back and fantasizes about the bad boys she couldn’t lock down.

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  37. earl says:

    …’and after he busts into a condom’

    Well there’s the problem. He’s just a long line of inferior seed she’s rejected along the way with all that hot sexy sex too.

    Perhaps…and stay with me here…the more men she’s had in her and then leave, the more despair fills her. So that the last guy she ‘picks’ gets her at a time of great despair.

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  38. BuenaVista says:

    KHH, 10:16.

    Actually, would bang con gusto. She looks like a fun girl to get drunk while enjoying a, as well. She’s not a dye job. No evident plastic surgery. Not wearing $5000 of clothing someone else bought. I bet she can boil an egg.

    But then I spend a lot of time with librarians and other independent sorts.

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  39. Ame says:

    the more men she’s had in her and then leave, the more despair fills her.

    yes. she gives something away that she can never get back with every man she has sex with.

    – – –

    not saying the virgin is always gonna play nice over the long-haul in a marriage or stay faithful. it’s been proven out here that is not always the case.

    simply saying that a woman gives something of herself away to every man she has sex with that she can never get back and therefore can never give to her husband (current or future).

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  40. BuenaVista says:

    Errata: “… to get drunk while enjoying a pizza, as well.”

    As the son of an editor and a poet, it fascinates me that WordPress doesn’t believe in the bone-simple, freebie add-on known as an “editor.” Evidently we’ve outgrown the notion.

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  41. Larry G says:

    “simply saying that a woman gives something of herself away to every man she has sex with that she can never get back and therefore can never give to her husband (current or future).”

    The female degrades and self-slutifies herself on purpose, like a common bitch dog in heat….

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  42. BuenaVista says:

    A friend of mine from DC called tonight and we were talking about recent events. (It was a “My condolences” call.) She’s your basic divorced, middle-aged consultant with a PhD, MBA, divorce, Mercedes SL and two grown boys. (Also, she looks 20 years younger than actual in certain compromising circumstances.) But she’s from eastern Europe so has a healthier attitude toward men than most of our Americano females.

    I was telling her how excited I was to meet my daughter’s boyfriend, and ventured my hope that they would get married. She said that now (daughter is 30) was a good time to get married, and I said, it’s better to marry younger. (I was married at 23, this consultant friend at 21.)

    She ventured that at 21 or 23 a girl wouldn’t know anything about marriage. She repeated the Go Gurrl stuff we read every day in every forum. I said, Oh, so living the fast life teaches you about marriage? (It wasn’t so confrontational as all that. I’m using shorthand.) I also said that if you meet a woman who’s had dozens of boyfriends, you have no idea if she can or will bond, what her real interest in you is, etc. The usual redpill stuff. She is extremely close to her father, who is a major poet in her homeland, and she was identifying with my recent experience. I think she was examining her parents’ marriage, her father’s tenuous survival, her marriage, her dating life, my comments. Smart people will do this if only to keep things interesting.

    My point for this blog: she actually agreed with me about the redpill bit concerning bonding. Her boys are studs in their 20’s and are probably pretty wild, but it was interesting to listen to her opinion change. She appears to think it’s possible for a Modern Girl to have too much fun before presumptively raising her hand and demanding a ring when the target male cohort has already been married 5-10 years.

    Then we talked about the role of intuition in hiring and dating — that there’s either a click of recognition or there is not, whether or not we can articulate why.

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  43. Larry G says:

    Caution! Genius at work…

    A high-speed chase on an Indiana highway on Wednesday featured a trail of stolen women’s underwear, according to police. Holly Sansone, 34, was originally stopped on suspicion of shoplifting from a Kohl’s store in Portage when she shrugged and said, “I’ve gotta go,” before speeding away, the Post-Tribune reported. While leading authorities on a chase with speeds reaching 97 mph, the 34-year-old tossed items out of a window along the way, police said.

    Those items included panties and bras that were taken from the store, according to a police report obtained by the newspaper. The chase eventually ended when Sansone’s car tires were shredded by spikes police laid across a roadway.

    The 34-year-old was arrested on charges of resisting law enforcement, theft and reckless driving. Altogether, police recovered four bras, 14 pairs of panties, two candles and some air freshener refills – altogether valued at $445.

    https://www.foxnews.com/us/panties-bras-fly-from-car-during-nearly-100-mph-chase-in-indiana-police-say

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  44. Ame says:

    Oldest loves doing college online. part of this program is peer-review/grading of certain assignments each week. there have been several she has contested the peer grade with the prof and won. one of these was a longer written assignment, and in her email to the prof to contest she mentioned that she has someone else edit her writing (me), so she knew she was accurate.

    though she’s always been a good writer, i can see her writing improving (which i am so enjoying as her Mom!). i’ve taught her all along to edit her work and have always been willing to help – esp since her dyslexia causes some things to come out wrong and mis-written. doesn’t happen with every thing she writes anymore but often enough for one who likes to be right 😉

    i’m proud of her for listening to me, for taking the time to have me edit her work, for being willing to listen to constructive criticism and adapt accordingly … for taking pride in all of her work and every assignment she turns in.

    both my girls use text-to-speech a LOT (Aspie-Girl is severely dyslexic) … and Oldest has found a free program that reads her texts to her and that will read all her assignments to her. she’s found this very useful because, as a prolific reader, she doesn’t always know the correct pronunciation of words she recognizes in text.

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  45. Ame says:

    she actually agreed with me about the redpill bit concerning bonding. … She appears to think it’s possible for a Modern Girl to have too much fun before presumptively raising her hand and demanding a ring when the target male cohort has already been married 5-10 years.

    that’s actually quite impressive that she accepted this and agreed with you … without, i assume b/c you didn’t mention it, being defensive or argumentative.

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  46. Liz says:

    It’s great to hear about your daughter finding a good guy, BV.
    I remember back in the day when she was going to Italy and you were worried about her dating life. This guy sounds great…military background, and all that, I’m sure they’ll be happy. 🙂

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  47. Farm Boy says:

    Gillette is embracing the #MeToo movement in a new digital ad campaign aimed at men, the latest message from an advertiser attempting to change societal norms…
    “This is an important conversation happening, and as a company that encourages men to be their best, we feel compelled to both address it and take action of our own,” said Pankaj Bhalla, Gillette brand director for North America in an emailed statement. “We are taking a realistic look at what’s happening today, and aiming to inspire change by acknowledging that the old saying ‘Boys Will Be Boys’ is not an excuse. We want to hold ourselves to a higher standard, and hope all the men we serve will come along on that journey to find our ‘best’ together.”

    https://pjmedia.com/trending/gillette-tells-men-theyre-repulsive-creeps-now-give-them-your-money-you-piece-of-garbage/

    14K likes, 128K dislikes on YouTube

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  48. Farm Boy says:

    Men who identify as women are being invited for cervical smear tests even though they don’t have a cervix

    https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/5341098/men-who-identify-as-women-are-invited-for-cervical-smear-without-a-cervix/

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  49. Farm Boy says:

    I identify as one of these

    Can I have a free tune up?

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  50. Farm Boy says:

    TRUMP: Good job yesterday, I appreciate your sales pitch.

    ACOSTA: I didn’t see any danger on the border Mr. President

    TRUMP: That’s because we had a wall.

    ACOSTA: There are some portions that didn’t have a wall

    TRUMP: Some people are dumb

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  51. earl says:

    ‘My point for this blog: she actually agreed with me about the redpill bit concerning bonding.’

    Depending on how far down the feminist hole they are…some of them will actually get the lifestyle is actually bad for them.

    Of course how they react will tell you how far down the hole they are.

    Another thing I’ve noticed…for every loudmouth feminist who gets all angry at you for saying this stuff…it seems several women will be silently nodding in agreement with you.

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  52. earl says:

    ‘Men who identify as women are being invited for cervical smear tests even though they don’t have a cervix’

    They should give them a prostrate exam instead…maybe that will shake them into reality.

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  53. earl says:

    I identify as one of these. Please put funding in.

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  54. Ame says:

    reasons to weep! 🙂

    Tanker hauling 3,500 gallons of liquid chocolate overturns on Arizona highway
    POSTED 6:37 PM, JANUARY 14, 2019, BY TRIBUNE MEDIA WIRE

    The Arizona Department of Public Safety says the crash happened in the westbound lanes of the interstate near milepost 211, east of Flagstaff.

    Dept. Public Safety

    @Arizona_DPS
    There is a river of chocolate blocking/flowing in the westbound lanes of I-40 at milepost 211, east of Flagstaff. A tanker truck carrying 40-thousand gallons of liquid chocolate rolled over. This will be a sweet cleanup!

    The tanker was carrying 40,000 pounds of chocolate (about 3,500 gallons) of liquid chocolate that was being kept at 120 degrees Fahrenheit, DPS said in a tweet after reviewing the bill of lading.

    The crash happened just before 9 a.m., according to the Arizona Department of Transportation, and all westbound lanes were blocked before reopening to traffic after 1 p.m.

    It was not immediately clear what caused the tanker to roll over.

    https://wreg.com/2019/01/14/tanker-hauling-3500-gallons-of-liquid-chocolate-overturns-on-arizona-highway/

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  55. Adam says:

    Deti’s posts in this thread are rock solid AAA gold.

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  56. BuenaVista says:

    Thank you, Liz. She lives a fairly rarefied existence for her age, and I guess I was sweating that she would choose some callow, try-too-hard metrosexual. Or just the typical Wall St. guy with his first divorce in the bank. (I doubt I could stand being around that type again.) Because these are the young men available, in the main, and the available women outnumber them. Instead she’s living with a field artillery captain who has James Salter on his bedside table.

    She goes to Milan 8x year, for two weeks, runs North American retail and franchisee relations, turned down a job at the home office to stay here with the man. She’s now up to four languages.

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  57. @FB Gillette get up to 32 blades in a cartridge yet? No? Well they can go fuck themselves.

    I shave with one of these and the store brand razors at Kroger’s, though this razoe looks fancier than mine.

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  58. @BV I also think fridge girl is cute enough, i just don’t like the stupid attention seeking behavior.

    Did I post about this here before. Dumb bitches on facebook bitching that they don’t like the engagement rings they were given?

    The post a pic and then say “Please roast this ring the stupid beta gave me.”

    Sorry I don’t have link to the real thing.

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  59. Liz says:

    “I shave with one of these and the store brand razors at Kroger’s, though this razoe looks fancier than mine.”

    I’ve tried generic store brand before and they’re always awful (though I haven’t tried Kroger’s). I’m assuming they all use the same pot metal garbage made in China.
    Is there a US option to Gilette? I like German made products, but we’ve got a lot of shavers in this house and that thing looks pretty pricey. 🙂

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  60. My razor was @ $25 and the blades are $5 for 10. Each blade gives me 5-6 decent shaves. First 2-3 very good, next 2-3 good enough.

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  61. Liz says:

    Heh, just looked it up on Amazon and it’s not too bad.
    There are quite a few options
    https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=search-alias%3Dbeauty&field-keywords=mercer+razor

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  62. Here are other P&G brands to say “fuck you” too as well as Gillette. (h/t CH).

    Since OralB floss is already gone from the house, I’m batting 1000.

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  63. BuenaVista says:

    Feather safety razor blades, from Japan. A+.

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  64. Farm Boy says:

    On and on it goes. Traditional white males are bad. You are a problem. If you don’t get with the program, if you don’t change your behavior to be what our betters consider to be acceptable, then perhaps something will have to be done. Perhaps you will have to be re-educated. Maybe we will have to set up some programs for you to follow, out in the country somewhere, safely behind some wire in order to keep you safe.

    https://pushingrubberdownhill.com/2019/01/15/gilette-and-the-great-replacement/

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  65. Farm Boy says:

    But after the turn of the millennium, other Americans, much like the workers and peasants in the old Soviet Union, started to notice that while the New Class was doing quite well (America’s richest counties now surround Washington, D.C.), things weren’t going so well for them. And what made it more upsetting was that — while the Soviet Union’s apparatchiks at least pretended to like the workers and peasants — members of America’s ruling class seemed to view ordinary Americans with something like contempt, using terms such as “bitter clingers,” “deplorables” and flyover people.

    https://www.usatoday.com/story/opinion/2019/01/15/glenn-reynolds-class-warfare-elites-explains-world-conflicts-trump-column/2569252002/

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  66. Farm Boy says:

    Sometimes Piers is right

    Piers said: “What Gillette is now saying, everything we told you to be, men, for the last 30 years is evil. Now you’re all evil people, you’re all toxic with your masculinity.”

    He added: “I think it’s repulsive…the implication we all have something to apologise for? Shut up Gillette.

    “You spent the last 30 years telling us to be masculine. There is nothing wrong with being masculine, now you want us to feel sorry and apologetic.

    “Sorry, no, I’m not going to.”

    https://www.thesun.co.uk/tvandshowbiz/8196388/piers-morgan-gillette-advert-clash-good-morning-britain/

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  67. Farm Boy says:

    Der Reich Uber Alles

    Today, the European Court of Human Rights announced its judgment in the case of Wunderlich v. Germany. The ruling stated that the German authorities’ actions were not in violation of the Wunderlich family’s fundamental rights.

    “We are extremely disappointed with this ruling of the Court. It disregards the rights of parents all over Europe to raise their children without disproportionate interference from the state. Petra and Dirk Wunderlich simply wanted to educate their children in line with their convictions and decided their home environment would be the best place for this. Children deserve this loving care from their parents. We are now advising the Wunderlichs of their options, including taking the case to the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights,” said Robert Clarke, Director of European Advocacy for ADF International and lead counsel for the Wunderlich family.

    https://adfinternational.org/news/german-homeschoolers-consider-appeal-after-human-rights-court-decision/

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  68. Farm Boy says:

    The simple fact is that Brexit is a rejection of the undemocratic power of the European Union in favor of a return to complete British sovereignty, where every British law is wholly defined by British government and wholly enforced by British authorities. Any laws decided by external entities, such as the European Union, or any jurisdiction of external courts, such as the European courts, undermines British sovereignty.

    Accepting sovereignty as a fundamental principle, and communicating this to the British citizenry, would mean that the success or failure of subsequent issues, such as the short-term economy, would become comparatively irrelevant. Sovereignty trumps all, and in the unlikely event that the apocalyptic predictions of the Remain campaign turn out to be true, sovereignty would still be the ultimate objective – “I’d rather die on my feet, than live on my knees.”.

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/42191/haworth-brexit-declaration-sovereignty-its-simple-ian-haworth

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  69. Farm Boy says:

    Liz bait

    Citing people “familiar with her planning,” CBS News reported Monday that Gillibrand is expected to be the second senator, “and second female senator,” to announce her run Tuesday night.

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/42185/second-democratic-senator-announce-shes-running-james-barrett

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  70. Cheque d'Out says:

    Woman is outside the Houses of Parliament, on College Green, ahead of a major vote on May’s catastrophic WA (withdrawal agreement) vote at 7pm

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  71. Farm Boy says:

    Loomer, accompanied by illegal immigrants from Guatemala and Mexico, lugged a tent onto Pelosi’s multimillion-dollar vineyard estate, freelance journalist Nick Monroe reported Monday. In large red letters, the word “immorality” was written across the tent; there were also photos of murder victims of illegal immigrants hanging from the front of the tent.

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/42171/watch-laura-loomer-brings-illegal-immigrants-nancy-amanda-prestigiacomo

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  72. Farm Boy says:

    So how will the Parliamentary proceedings turn out?

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  73. Cheque d'Out says:

    number 2 on the Bristol stool chart

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  74. Cheque d'Out says:

    Wilkinson Sword would be the big competitor to Gillete here in the UK. Same standards. Just waiting for someone to tell me that they’re also owned by P&G

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  75. Cheque d'Out says:

    My mistake. 7 on the Bristol Stool Scale

    [Thought that pulled that out of your arse I did
    But no so it would be]

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  76. Liz says:

    “Liz bait”
    GAH!!!

    Q: What’s the difference between Gillibrand’s reasoning and sfhaodhiofwnjosffpjifepojmjfeemjp?

    A: kjskdfiojjwffijodcnjcmnccknw44ij;jns

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  77. Farm Boy says:

    Can AOC translate that?

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  78. Liz says:

    “Can AOC translate that?”

    You bet!
    Translation: “kjskthat’sracistdfiojjwffthat’ssexistijodcnthat’sracistandsexistjcmnccknw44ij;jns”

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  79. “Citing people “familiar with her planning,” CBS News reported Monday that Gillibrand is expected to be the second senator, “and second female senator,” to announce her run Tuesday night.”

    Second? But everyone knows, “If you ain’t first, you’re last.”

    Now, who wants to go fast?

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  80. thedeti says:

    Thank you, Adam. That means a lot coming from you.

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  81. Larry G says:

    Man up and save a ho……

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  82. SFC Ton says:

    The ruling stated that the German authorities’ actions were not in violation of the Wunderlich family’s fundamental rights.
    ……..

    And folks wonder why The Ton is no respector of the law, courts or their lackeys

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  83. Farm Boy says:

    CNN anchor Erin Burnett and analyst Joan Walsh accused the president of being sexist for assuming that the first lady would prepare the salads.

    “That’s appalling,” Walsh said. “It seems to me that the president will not be happy until there is one single female Republican voter in the country. It’s incredibly sexist.”

    https://dailycaller.com/2019/01/15/cnn-joan-walsh-erin-burnett-trump-salad-sexist/

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  84. Cheque d'Out says:

    Only to some, Ton, only to some.

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  85. Farm Boy says:

    New York City’s free identification card, marking its launch four years ago, has added a third gender for users to select.

    https://pjmedia.com/news-and-politics/nyc-adds-third-gender-x-option-to-official-city-id-cards/

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  86. SFC Ton says:

    The Ton don’t shave but here’s this response for y’all

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  87. Cheque d'Out says:

    The point being that they don’t think we hate them enough already. They’re wrong.

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  88. Farm Boy says:


    Mrs May is likely to win tomorrow’s confidence vote after the DUP confirmed they will continue to back her as PM despite opposing her Brexit strategy.If two t hirds of MPs vote in favour of a motion which reads “This House has no confidence in Her Majesty’s Government” then there’s 14 days for the Government to pass one in favour. If that doesn’t happen, a general election could be sparked.

    Doesn’t really matter at this point whether she survives the no-confidence motion; she’s toast. And now the real fun begins: who will replace her as head of the Conservative Party?

    https://pjmedia.com/blog/liveblogevent/live-blog-165/entry-250228/

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  89. Farm Boy says:

    Apparently it is transferable

    CNN analyst Areva Martin put herself into an awkward situation on Tuesday when she accused a black conservative radio host of operating with “white privilege.”

    https://dailycaller.com/2019/01/15/cnn-areva-martin-david-webb-white-privilege/

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  90. Farm Boy says:

    Does Ms May have a game plan?

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  91. Cheque d'Out says:

    Last government defeat this big was in the 1920s.

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  92. Cheque d'Out says:

    May is not toast because:
    1) the Tory MPs would be nuts to vote for an election = no no confidence vote
    2) her oppo is Corbyn is is an utterly helpless cnut (who wants BREXIT because it’ll be easier to kill the country outside the EU)
    3) there is no agreement on who replaces May right now because the Tory party hasn’t worked out that under May they are all utterly fucked at the next general election. See point 2 for why they might think that. I think if there’s a general election with May still in charge…All bets are off as to who wins.

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  93. Liz says:

    “Muggers lives matter or some such
    https://www.dailywire.com/news/42225/thinkprogress-editor-laments-young-woman-shooting-ben-shapiro

    Some people in this world are so pussillanimous, they shouldn’t be allowed to even own a dog. Only a neutered cat. Not even a cat with balls.

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  94. Liz says:

    Per Gillette, this morning I told Mike I’m not going to buy Gillette anymore.
    He just nodded in agreement.
    Later this afternoon, I explained why…he said, “Oh, I didn’t know it was a boycott, I thought you’d just gotten tired of buying shitty disposable razors”.

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