Someone To Blame

Liz writes,

I think I’ve mentioned before we are our habits. That includes things like considerate behavior. I can’t imagine what it would be like (to use an example FML gave) to live with a person who is constantly hostile. I’m sure it develops over time and both start to feed off each other. Come home to constant hostility/depression/whatnot and eventually one starts to associate the person with the feelings they have when they’re around them. I’m sure over time, it’s a feedback loop that’s hard to break (maybe impossible).

My ex is illustrative of this.  At first, she was appreciative of what I had done for her and her son.  Or rather, she acted that way.  But then, old habits on her part started to come forth.  As I learned later, these habits were part of why she divorced her ex.  Basically, I would come home from work to a world of complaining.  Her life was very good, far better than it would have been without me, but she couldn’t contain the complaining,  It got to a point where she complained about excess wind, implying that it was my fault.  Once she got back into her old habits (they started in childhood I found out later, complaining about her parents), there was no stopping her.

As for me, my blue pill self from time to time stood up to her, but mostly I withdrew into my very introverted space.  Anyway, all of this provides one more datapoint as to why some people are just not good bets with respect to long term relationships

Posted in Dating????, FarmBoy, HowTo, Marriage
176 comments on “Someone To Blame
  1. Ame says:

    Proverbs 15:17 (HCSB)
    17 Better a meal of vegetables where there is love
    than a fattened ox with hatred.

    – – –

    Proverbs 21:9 (HCSB)
    9 Better to live on the corner of a roof
    than to share a house with a nagging wife.

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  2. Jack says:

    The wife has a 70% responsibility for setting the mood of the marriage. It’s not 50/50 like most people want to think.
    Concerning how to handle contention in a marriage, I take a moderate view. For the most part, I think there’s not much a husband can do to get this wife to be more obedient to God in her dealings with him. Maybe prayer is the most effective recourse. However, there are certain situations which demand action, and a man should not be capitulating to her every demand. He needs to have a clear vision for the family. It’s better if she cooperates with that vision, but if she doesn’t, then of course, both people are disadvantaged.
    As you may know, I’ve dedicated a number of posts to the topic of disciplining (or teaching) disobedient wives.

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  3. SFC Ton says:

    I don’t think praying is an effective tool to change other folks.

    Seems to me most men prey about their wife and marraige and they still end up busted. Probably because most women don’t have souls.

    A good pimp hand works wonders for their attitude but then you got to deal with the law. Fear, greed and lust. Greed is out because the state will make sure she gets all your shit so men are basically down to fear and lust


  4. Jack says:

    “…so men are basically down to fear and lust.”

    Sounds like prayer is in order.


  5. mgtowhorseman says:

    For the Patriarch.

    And I thought Penatanguishine was bad

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  6. Cill says:

    Attention Yoda:

    Done did a draft I have.

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  7. Ame says:

    The wife has a 70% responsibility for setting the mood of the marriage. It’s not 50/50 like most people want to think.

    generally, the negative person in a marriage holds the most power, regardless of whether that’s the husband or the wife.

    – – –

    Ton’s point is valid.

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  8. Ame says:

    a friend on fb mentioned their dog got sick w/a tummy thing … then posted a pic of the floor as evidence.


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  9. Ame says:

    prayer is good; prayer is always good.

    but … prayer is more for the person praying. not that we shouldn’t pray for our spouse, but praying for our spouse, even if praying according to scripture, does not guarantee changes in the other person. i prayed for my first husband, fervently. my bff said that if anyone could change their husband thru prayer, it was me. thing is … he still had a choice. God doesn’t not control us; He gives us choices.

    so … prayer, yes. but with a clear understanding of what prayer does and does not do … and what God will and will not do. we cannot manipulate God.

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  10. SFC Ton says:

    I think where the prayer crowd goes wrong is free will. As in the Almighty doesn’t over ride our free will.

    I did the pray during a failing marraige thing. And so has countless millions of men and women and yet here we are, failed marriage and all that.

    Then there is the red pill and game. Crush them shit tests, pound that pussy until it breaks and be high value enough she fears loosing you and odds are good y mum she’ll hang around. Even when you don’t want them too.

    Men were put on this earth to take dominion over it and that’s how you rule over women.

    I pray through out the day. Mostly prayers of thanksgiving and for others. It is good, right and just to give the Almighty His due. Especially for me since He has been especially kind to me but with that said I think most Christian folk don’t know what they are talking about.

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  11. Cheque d'Out says:

    aha ha ha ha

    Fuck off.

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  12. Cheque d'Out says:

    The greatest failure of Statecraft since Suez

    If was some forty years before Suez, and not in the heat of the Egyptian
    desert but in the cold dark of the North Sea that Admiral Beatty
    commented, as two of his prized battlecruisers blew up at Jutland,
    “There’s something wrong with our bloody ships today”. The nation,
    schooled in an invincible navy, in a formidable fleet, found the losses
    hard to swallow. Likewise, in a Britain schooled in the notion of a
    Rolls-Royce civil service, in which the best and brightest in the land
    devote lives to the nation, and as highly competent mandarins steer the
    great ship of state with skill and dedication, we are faced with the
    abject failure of Whitehall.

    There’s something wrong with the bastards today. Despite May’s manifest
    stubborn stupidity, despite her lunacy in treating Brexit, as Nick
    Timothy described, as a damage limitation exercise, they should never
    have permitted her ignorance and idiocy to plunge the United Kingdom
    into the greatest failure of Statecraft since Suez, as Allister Heath
    phrases it.

    ‘Boomer’ Cox is a caricature, a character from a Gilbert and Sullivan
    opera or one of the supporting cast of Mortimer’s Rumpole. Skilled
    neither in this specialist area of the law or in statesmanship, his
    mission has quite predictably failed. The Commons team of eight legal
    experts have nothing to scrutinise.

    The EU will not move a millimetre because it is their sole aim to
    damage, hurt and humiliate Britain, a repeat Versailles. In this they
    are assisted by May’s scabrous government and a Parliament that still
    refuses to accept that a majority of voters, 17.4m electors, sealed a
    mandate to Leave.

    Well, sooner or later they must face the ballot box. Any notion they may
    have that the public anger at her capitulation, at the failure of my
    party to prevent it, will be forgotten is naive. We have not forgiven
    Blair for 2003, nor will we. Our memories are long and we carry a grudge
    deeply. They will not, they cannot succeed in preventing our exit from a
    failed EU – we only question how much suffering and humiliation will
    they inflict on Britain before they realise this. The more they prolong
    it, the greater the force with which they will be thrown from office.

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  13. Cheque d'Out says:

    If there were ever an argument to be made for a British Electoral College, it is this. The vote to leave the European Union was won by a slim margin in terms of overall votes, but by area and constituency it was a huge au revoir from almost everywhere but London, the capital city. That the sheer number of people living in one small area of the U.K. have the ultimate sway over the direction and lives of those from whom they are so far removed shows us that the present system is deeply flawed.

    Anger is at boiling point in Britain. Demonstrators are taking to the streets in growing numbers. Belief in the value of voting is being eroded day by day, and the murmured chatter in back rooms and bars across the nation is one of disgust and righteous indignation. When change fails to come through the ballot box, the nation will fall to chaos, and the social contract may be irreparably broken.

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  14. Cheque d'Out says:

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  15. Farm Boy says:

    The Most Politically Intolerant Americans Tend To Be Urban, Highly Educated Whites, Survey Shows.
    An Atlantic article makes the case that some very privileged people don’t want to hear from the other side.

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  16. Cheque d'Out says:

    [Nice of the farmer to install flexible netting it was]

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  17. Cheque d'Out says:

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  18. mgtowhorseman says:

    Fuck me. Recruit straight to JTF2?

    Well I guess finding someone who can actually point and pull calmly while being shot at would be easier recruiting gangstas but not sure about their ability to follow orders.

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  19. Cheque d'Out says:

    My little bastards just chewed apart my bird feeders. I was lucky, it seems

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  20. Liz says:

    Damn, those links Ton provided. That sucks.


  21. Cheque d'Out says:

    Remember when Tommy was released when his appeal for release from prison made accusations that his prosecution was politically motivated and therefore illegal (something like that)?

    He was released and the matter passed to the attorney general (puffed up prat recently kicked out of the brexit negotiations with a flea in his shell-like…twice at least).

    Just announced

    Have to question the wisdom of this

    Rumour was at the time that the establishment feared riots if he wasn’t released. And when he was released it was visibly obvious that he had been on starvation rations (scared of poisoning/tampering with his food by the prison cooks) and held in solitary confinement far beyond the maximum period legally allowed.


  22. Cheque d'Out says:

    Contains the classic line, “Do you want me to draw you a picture?”

    From Lock, stock and two smoking barrels.


  23. Liz says:

    Not sure if this has been posted yet. Apologies if I missed it.
    Entitled “I Thought I Could Be A Christian And Constitutionalist At Yale Law School. I Was Wrong”
    I am a third-year student at Yale Law School. Before law school, I attended the Naval Academy and the University of Cambridge, and I served in the Marine Corps. I am also a member of my school’s Federalist Society chapter. (I write in my personal capacity, not on behalf of any organization.)

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  24. Farm Boy says:

    Conservative speech at Portland State University will not be protected by campus officials or even police, if an incident Tuesday night is any indication.

    In videos recorded by former College Fix writer Andy Ngo, an “anarchist antifa disruptor” continuously rang a handheld bell in order to shut down a College Republicans event and harass their invited speaker as he tried to salvage his presentation.


  25. Farm Boy says:

    It is open season on Trump supporters, and the media is only fomenting, encouraging, excusing, and hoping for more… The media are now openly calling Trump supporters “Nazis” and are blaming Trump for a mass murder he had nothing to do with. This, of course, is a form of harassment because it incites and justifies mob violence.

    Here is the list, so far, and remember that if any one of these things happened to a Democrat, the media would use the story to blot out the sun for weeks. Remember how crazy the media went over a nobody rodeo clown who wore an Obama mask, a GOP staffer who criticized Obama’s daughters? And yet, hundreds of Trump supporters are harassed and brutalized and the media only dutifully report them, if at all. That is because the media are desperate to normalize and justify violence and harassment against Trump and his supporters.

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  26. Cheque d'Out says:


  27. Farm Boy says:

    Rider University’s Turning Point USA chapter tried to advertise an event through the political science department.
    But the department head refused, claiming that the group’s “White Privilege is a Myth” event “is based on ‘fake facts.'”


  28. Cheque d'Out says:

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  29. Farm Boy says:

    The mother of soak-the-rich Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said she was forced to flee the Big Apple and move to Florida because the property taxes were so high.


  30. Cill says:

    No squirrels in my neck of the woods. No snakes neither. We got worse. Opossums. Real nasty blighters, not like the USA version.

    [Border collies you have?]

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  31. Cill says:

    Opossums are illegal aliens from Australia, might I add.

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  32. Larry G says:

    oh crap…back to border collies again are we?

    “No squirrels in my neck of the woods. No snakes neither. We got worse. Opossums. Real nasty blighters, not like the USA version.

    [Border collies you have?]”

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  33. Farm Boy says:

    As a society, we haven’t been accorded the opportunity to have an honest, comprehensive national conversation about transgender issues and whether individuals should be free to transition absent scientific proof. Debate has been carefully stifled by the proponents of all things transgender, issues are not presented as questions but foregone conclusions, and any credible opposition is “transphobia” and “hate” punishable by public humiliation—people lose their jobs, credibility, memberships in organizations; they’re excommunicated from social media, harassed, labelled, and doxxed if they dare question the trans-orthodoxy of the Democrat-Media Complex and LGBTQ Mafia.

    Ironically, there is no deference to science on these issues unless radical academics can contort the science to fit the cause.


  34. Larry G says:

    Cill, that is quite insensitive and species biased don’t you think? I suppose if they had “papers” there wouldn’t be a snit about the little buggers taking up residence?

    “Opossums are illegal aliens from Australia, might I add.”

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  35. Larry G says:

    Bernard and his trusty border collie

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  36. Larry G says:

    Tasmanian purebred border collie

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  37. Farm Boy says:

    Here is a possum from my farm

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  38. Cill says:

    Border collie down under:

    Eats man-sized meals once / twice a year.
    Tolerant, practices diversity.
    Red, yellow, black, white, they quietly assimilate for the rest of the year (after digestion takes place, of course)

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  39. Farm Boy says:

    From New Zealand

    Primus Ministerus

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  40. Cill says:

    Likes being kissed on the lips before feed time. No need for a dog bowl, either.

    Liked by 3 people

  41. Larry G says:

    Butt ugly bugger…with a puppy face only a worn out bitch could love…hear they make great shoes and handbags though…creative creatures I assume?..

    Border collie down under:
    Eats man-sized meals once / twice a year.
    Tolerant, practices diversity.
    Red, yellow, black, white, they quietly assimilate for the rest of the year (after digestion takes place, of course)

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  42. Cill says:

    Sexual practices:
    Not averse to BDSM

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  43. Jack says:

    I haven’t seen Earl’s comments in a while. Does anybody know why?


  44. Larry G says:

    [SG – I duplicated your link and changed the second one’s https to http…and it worked]

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  45. Cill says:

    Tips to the collie owner:
    Let him practice diversity for a few years. Get more shoes and handbags, with a delicate rainbow sheen.

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  46. Larry G says:

    Yep, not having a lifeguard on duty is living dangerously….


  47. Larry G says:

    Shetland Islands longhair miniature border collie…

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  48. Cheque d'Out says:

    Please update the rest of us as to what this means to you. Is this fair? Or is it just media bollux?

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  49. Cheque d'Out says:

    The Christian street preacher arrest

    Definitely recommend this channel

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  50. Larry G says:



  51. Cheque d'Out says:

    “Opossums are illegal aliens from Australia, might I add.”

    Merely undocumented, you fascist git, you

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  52. Larry G says:

    aaand it’s gratuitous image time! Women of SAUDI ARABIA!!! whoo hoo!!!

    [Prefer other gratuitous images more I do]

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  53. Cill says:

    Larry don’t you think that’s a bit culturally insensitive? The least you could do is strip them half naked, otherwise you are focusing on their differences rather than inclusiveness and the things that make us the same underneath it all.

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  54. Cheque d'Out says:


  55. Larry G says:

    Um, perhaps…”Larry don’t you think that’s a bit culturally insensitive?”

    Giving a gift-wrapped female to a man who already has three or four stored in his hallway closet is inconsiderate..

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  56. Cill says:

    Tommy Robinson has 1M x the courage of the entire British Establishment combined. He is pretty badly flawed, but anyone who can’t respect his courage is a waste of space.

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  57. Larry G says:

    well look on the bright side…at least the Saudi Arabian bag ladies don’t appear to be border collies (from what I can see anyway)


  58. Cill says:

    That’s just it. The Down Under border collie goes naked without shame.

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  59. Cill says:

    Hell, they’re shameless in sex, even in necrophilia. Seen it with me own eyeballs. Big fella collie half ate his sheila before jumping on her for a bit of the old rock ‘n’ roll – “Death Roll” being his favorite number. He knew we were watching too, the brazen bugger.

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  60. Larry G says:

    DANG, Cill!!!


  61. Cill says:

    A couple of collies at it. Mere juveniles. Not even Salties. Not really collie Rock ‘n’ Roll. More like Morris Dancing.

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  62. Liz says:

    Poor collie sheila! 😱

    Unrelated: Recent example of partial information:
    (h/t someone at Rollo’s)
    Basically man “happily” allows wife’s lover to be included in their wedding photos
    Yup. You heard that right.

    Full story:
    It’s a girl, and they’re in some sort of 3way.


  63. Larry G says:

    Change of topic a bit…just got out of the annual “employee performance” meeting with my quite young and inexperienced “supervisor”…he started down a VERY long list of items to read off (possibly assuming I was completely illiterate and can’t read a fucking word for myself, I am proud to say I almost graduated community colegge majoring in Men’s Studies and English Lit).


  64. Cill says:

    Still no rain since Xmas day. How many days, 73 and counting? Great for the tourists though.

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  65. Ame says:

    soooo disappointed in the border stuff 😦

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  66. Farm Boy says:

    The European particle physics research centre Cern has cut ties with the scientist who said that women were less able at physics than men.

    Cern has decided not to extend Professor Alessandro Strumia’s status of guest professor.

    The decision follows an investigation into comments, first reported by BBC News, made by Prof Strumia at a Cern workshop on gender equality.

    Prof Strumia told BBC News that he stood by his remarks.

    “Some people hated hearing about higher male variance: this idea comes from Darwin, like other offensive ideas that got observational support,” he told BBC News.

    “Science is not about being offended when facts challenge ideas held as sacred”.


  67. Farm Boy says:

    Ilhan Omar is NOW the most important Member of the US Congress!

    — David Duke (@DrDavidDuke) March 7, 2019


  68. Farm Boy says:

    As I’ve noted before, Complementarians live in a fantasy land where feminist rebellion doesn’t exist. According to Complementarians, women aren’t coveting the roles of men, men are forcing women to take on their roles by abdicating them. This is ludicrous

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  69. Farm Boy says:

    Illinois’ new Democratic governor, and a complicit Democratic legislature, are reportedly “fast-tracking” a pair of identical measures in the Illinois House and Senate designed to greatly extend legal abortion within the state of Illinois, wipe out parental notice requirements, and deny any and all rights to any pre-born individuals in the state.


  70. Farm Boy says:

    My guess is that most Americans can sympathize with Mom. After all, Florida and other states are full of Empire State “refugees” walking around with Yankees caps.

    My problem is how Sandy O is allowed to preach the policies that drove her own mom to get away from New York.

    In this story, mother knows best, and daughter is another ignorant socialist.


  71. SFC Ton says:

    Recruit straight to JTF2?

    It’s all the rage these days and makes a certian kind of sense.

    It’s actually something I fully support. I do not support the nation building shit. It’s a failed concept. It makes sense for older and more mature soldiers with broader backgrounds to do that sort of work.

    Nation building is bullshit. You don’t need that maturity and what not to be damn good at direct action missions. Requiring young men to be middle age’ish before they try out means a lot of them are too busted up from grunt life to even try.

    It’s a serious cut in possible man power

    Truth be told it’s one of the few SOFOR trends I do agree with

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  72. SFC Ton says:

    AOC’s mom should take her yankee ass back above the Mason Dixon line

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  73. Farm Boy says:

    First they were targeted by gay activists who insisted the shop bake them a gay wedding cake, despite many other bakeries in the immediate area willing to do so without the need for state compulsion.

    After the Supreme Court ended that persecution, a trans activist insisted that this same shop-owner bake xer a cake celebrating transexualism.

    And Colorado rushed to put them through more years and hundreds of thousands of dollars of legal persecution.

    Colorado has finally given up — and some call this “victory.”

    Six years. Six years

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  74. Farm Boy says:

    I haven’t seen Earl’s comments in a while. Does anybody know why?

    Not sure why. Hope he comes back


  75. Farm Boy says:

    Earlier this week, the president served another round of fast food to college football champions, only this time, instead of McDonald’s and Wendy’s, the players were served Chick-fil-A, sparking anger from prominent LGBTQ publications.

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  76. Ame says:

    someone posted this on fb … does anyone know if it’s real? or fake? i hope it’s fake b/c it’s super scary if it’s real:

    🛑🛑 UPDATE: no bill has been presented yet. That said, the discussion is disturbing and we should all take note.

    For those of you who aren’t up to date with politics/senate hearings, please listen:

    Yesterday (3-5-19) there was a SENATE MEETING. They were discussing Mandatory Vaccines on a FEDERAL LEVEL. Meaning, every adult and child in the US will be FORCED to take ALL vaccines that the CDC says to. You won’t even be able to say no to the flu shot! Don’t you enjoy having a choice about what’s injected into your body? That’s at jeopardy now.

    🛑🛑 No matter if you are pro-vaccine, or if you like to choose this one or that one but pass on others…even if you don’t have kids YOU should be worried.

    This is our first amendment that they’re trying to take away.
    It will no longer be a Pro/Anti vaxx decision anymore, because everyone will be FORCED.

    🛑🛑They talked about how to enforce it for adults 🛑🛑

    ⚠️Denying adults their ability to renew their driver’s license, professional licenses, and hunting/fishing license was suggested.

    ⚠️Not able to get or renew a passport.

    ⚠️Withholding tax returns. Not able to get insurance, etc…unless proof of vaccinations is submitted.

    And I’m not talking about your childhood vaccination records; it’s current vaccination records they will require: boosters on your childhood ones (because they wear off after a few years) proof of annual flu shots, and whatever other vaccine the government decides we should have.

    Believe it or not but this bill IS and WILL affect EVERY SINGLE AMERICAN FAMILY.

    ✅ Here’s how we can all help: Call this number 202-224-3121 every single day for the next 9 days and tell them your state and zipcode and then they’ll redirect your call and you tell them you DO NOT consent to mandatory vaccinations.

    This would be unconstitutional and take our rights away as sovereign people. We should always retain our right to medical freedom.

    (copied from a friend’s post and altered)


  77. Liz says:

    Ame: Since no bill has even been presented yet I wouldn’t worry about it.
    If a bill were presented, I very much doubt it would pass.

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  78. Stephanie says:

    Spawny needs this apparently 😀 ?

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  79. Stephanie says:

    Or just get one of these AWESOME contraptions lol

    Liked by 2 people

  80. Ame says:

    Stephanie – that’d be hilarious to watch irl!

    Liked by 1 person

  81. Ame says:

    Cill – that’s rough going without rain for so long. i’m guessing it has something to do with that el nino thing?


  82. Ame says:

    Liz – i hope you’re right. regardless of which side people fall on, to be mandated by gov’t to be vaccinated at every age is … really bad and really scary. we’d need to be finding another country, me thinks!

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  83. Liz says:

    Aw, didn’t work.


  84. Farm Boy says:

    Liz should buy a cake from the Colorado cake maker. Make it a cat with a MAGA cap. Take a picture of it and post it here

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  85. Liz says:

    Hey I just checked and the cake maker isn’t so far.
    Mike’s birthday is pretty soon, too. I’ll see what I can do. 🙂

    Liked by 4 people

  86. SFC Ton says:

    [SG – Today is international subtlety day…please]


  87. SFC Ton says:

    O don’t do yearly evals. You either have a job and a pay raise when you earn it (ie make us more money/ produce a better product in less time) or I fire you.

    Really ain’t much to discus.

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  88. Cheque d'Out says:

    Sorry about the comment, Ton. I couldn’t work out a way to prettify it and it still make sense.

    I’d like to make it hard for the sjws to take the blog down, is all


  89. Cheque d'Out says:

    From the days when BBC comedy was funny. Oh so long ago now

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  90. Cheque d'Out says:

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  91. Cheque d'Out says:

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  92. Liz says:

    In case anyone is interested, they set up a fund page for the cake guy here:

    It’s almost reached its goal. Six years is a long while to be harassed by lawyers. We’re kind of tight on money with all the renovations and fixes on this house right now, but I’ll give some when we can. Hope to visit the cake shop this weekend.

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  95. Larry G says:

    “O don’t do yearly evals. You either have a job and a pay raise when you earn it (ie make us more money/ produce a better product in less time) or I fire you.

    Really ain’t much to discus.”

    LOL…that is EXACTLY what I told the boy wonder…just skip all the bullshit, am I still working or can I leave now? After 18 years of this, I think I have a good idea of what I do for a living (and save the company a ton of money)..The boy got a bit flustered, seems I still have a job AND raise,,entire conversation took less than 5 minutes,

    kids in “power” can be amusing at times, other times just a royal pain in the ass


  96. Larry G says:

    International Women’s Day eh?

    oookay….all the females need to prove that they are who they claim to be; one day of the females (world wide, ,mind you) synchronized taking care of and satisfying your men. And No fucking excuses, ladies


  97. Larry G says:

    Chemical Analysis of Woman

    Element: Woman

    Symbol: WO

    Discoverer: Adam

    Quantitative Analysis:
    Accepted at 36 – 28 – 36, though isotopes ranging from 25 -10 – 20 to 60 – 55 – 60 have been identified.

    Found wherever man is, but seldom in the highly reactive, energetic singlet state. Surplus quantities in all urban areas.

    Physical Properties:
    Undergoes spontaneous dehydrolysis (weeps) at absolutely nothing, and freezes at a moments notice. Totally unpredictable. Melts when properly treated, very bitter if not well used. Found in various states, ranging from virgin metal to common ore. Non-magnetic but attracted by coins and sport cars. In its natural shape the specimen varies considerably, but it is often changed artificially so well that the change is indiscernable except to the experienced eye.

    Chemical Properties:
    Has a great affinity for AU, AG, and C, especially in the crystalline form. May give violent reaction if left alone. Will absorb great amounts of food matter. Highly desired reaction is initiated with various reagents such as C(2)-H(5)-OH and sexy aftershave lotions. An essential catalyst is often required (must say you love her at least five times daily). Reaction accelerates out of control when in the dark and all reaction conditions are suitable. Extremely difficult to react if in the highly stable pure form. Yields to pressure applied to correct points. The reaction is highly exothermic.

    Best results are obtained between the ages of 18 and 25 years.

    Highly ornamental. Used as a tonic for low spirits. Used on lonely nights as a heating agent (if properly prepared).

    Pure specimens turn rosy tint if discovered in raw, natural state. Turns green if placed besides a better specimen.

    Most powerful reducing agent known to man (income and ego). Highly explosive in inexperienced hands. Specimen must be used with great care if experiments are to succeed. It is illegal to possess more then one permanent specimen, though a certain amount of exchange is permitted.

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  98. Larry G says:

    Banking Bitches

    An oily, disreputable looking fellow walks into a bank with a large sack on his back. Seeing an open teller, the man walks up to the young lady and places the sack on the counter.

    “I want to open a fucking savings account!” the man grunts.

    “I am sorry sir, we prefer politer customers,” she replied, offended.

    “Okay, look I just wanna open a fucking banking account.”

    “I’m sorry, but you just can’t speak that way.”

    The supervisor, seeing the trouble went over to check on the situation. She got there and got the story from the teller. Trying another tack, she decided to handle the situation herself.

    “How can I help you?” she asked, all smiles.

    “Listen, I would like to open a FUCKING savings account!”

    “I am sorry, but we do not deal with people who use vulgar language.”

    Finally, the bank manager came over to settle the matter.

    “What is the matter here?” he asked.

    “Look,” replied the customer, “I just won 47 million dollars in the lottery and I wanted to open a fucking savings account to deposit all the cash in.”

    “Are these two bitches giving you trouble?” quickly replied the manager.

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  99. Larry G says:

    The official list of types of pussy found throughout the land.

    1. Expensive pussy: Most pussy falls into this definition. Expensive pussy can be recognized by the following – fur coats, $500 dresses, spandex, bright colored shorts, and shirts with greek letters on them. 98% of the pussy found on the USC campus falls into this catagory.

    Advantages: If you can afford it, it will be great.

    Disadvantages: Many, mostly in the form of checking account depletion. Often not worth it.

    2. Cheap pussy: Very rare. Usually comes in the form of a girlfriend of yours who will not go away no matter what you do. Cheap pussy can be recognized by the following – she will often pay for dinner, understands when you are broke, calls every day, wants it constantly, easily hurt, but shakes it off.

    Advantages: Inexpensive, guaranteed, loving, will try anything once and sometimes twice. You’re lucky if you find this.

    Disadvantages: Won’t go away, possessive, bugs you all the time, can keep you from the tasks of finding other pussy, will eventually want to get married and/or have children soon thus ruining it. Often not worth it.

    3. Hired pussy: Found in the Hollywood area of Southern Cal and in every other large city in the US and abroad. Recognized by scanty clothes and come-hither looks. Expense varies greatly with the quality. The difference between Hired pussy and Expensive pussy is that the money is up-front.

    Advantages: You don’t have to stick around, won’t tell your girlfriend, doesn’t care who you are or what you look like, often very experienced, usually cheaper than Expensive pussy.

    Disadvantages: More expensive than Cheap pussy in the long run, risk of disease is high, is illegal in most areas and the risk of jail time is high. Often not worth it.

    4. Virgin pussy: This type is getting rarer each day. Recognized by conservative clothes, good manners, and a marked distaste for dirty jokes and porno movies. Can be very loving if you promise marriage, but will cause you more problems as you go along. Frustration level is high as Virgin pussy tends to want to stay that way for some unknown reason.

    Advantages: Risk of disease is very low, will offer a very tight “fit” if it gives in, sometimes open to new experience, will often offer “other” services if Virginity is to be maintained.

    Disadvantages: Usually will not give in until marriage, will cause discomfort upon use, not very imaginative, not usually using birth control which can cause “accidents,” can only be used once. Usually not worth it unless you’re into that sort of thing.

    5. Nympho pussy: Very rare. Recognized by the tendency to drag you by your balls into bed and going at it to the point of exhaustion. Very experienced, will teach you things you never knew. Expense varies depending on level of Nymphomania.

    Advantages: Will send you into la-la land, will try anything once.

    Disadvantages: You are probably not the only one, thus disease risk can be high, will tire you out and ask for more, can be unstable, will not give a steady relationship. Often not worth it.

    6. Frigid pussy: Less rare. See (4) for recognition. Difference is that this pussy will not yield no matter what. Any expense involved is simply wasted (unless you are into real frustration).

    Advantages: There are no advantages.

    Disadvantages: Too many to list here. Best to stay away once recognized. Never worth it.

    7. Innocent Nympho pussy: Rare. Recognized by being in a small, sweet, innocent package which you would never in a million years think would give in, but when it does, you are in for a hell of a surprise. Often mistaken for (4). Expense varies, but usually falls into the cheaper catagory.

    Advantages: The surprise is blissful. Always worth it. Keep it if you can.

    Disadvantages: If (4) is mistaken for (7), serious consequences may result. May or may not be faithful.

    8. Party pussy: Found at bars and at parties. Recognized by glass of wine in hand and bloodshot eyes. Will engage in group festivities while completely ripped. Expense usually covers drinks. Make sure you are not ripped as to better enjoy the experience.

    Advantages: Easy to obtain unless you are real unlucky. Be sure to say the right things.

    Disadvantages: Disease risk is high, will not usually remain faithful, the Support System may tend to puke all over you. Often not worth it.

    9. Nutsy pussy: Support System has psychological problems. Recognized by the fact that she will go out with you, then spill her problems on you. May tend to kill you while you sleep. Gives in for no apparent reason. Usually found as a quiet co-worker.

    Advantages: Easy.

    Disadvantages: Never really worth it.


  100. Cheque d'Out says:

    Based on Tommy’s palaver with Mike Stuchsberry (antifa type who loves stirring shit up for Tommy, Not enjoying the home leg when Tommy came round to call at his house)


  101. Cheque d'Out says:

    Beer o’clock

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  102. Farm Boy says:

    It is almost Brexit o’clock

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  103. Farm Boy says:

    Last Friday, Perry High School in Gilbert, Ariz., suspended student Logan Jones after a security officer reprimanded her as she posed for photos in a “Make America Great Again” (MAGA) sweater while holding a pro-Trump “Make America Great Again” flag. On Wednesday, Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) sent a demand letter warning of legal action unless the school dropped the suspension. The school agreed to allow Jones to return to school that day but it refused to remove the suspension from her record.


  104. Farm Boy says:

    Olympics To Permit “Trans” Athletes Who Haven’t Bothered With Trans Surgery to Compete Against Actual Women

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  106. Cheque d'Out says:

    Not that I’m counting but it’s just under twenty one days and five and a half hours

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  107. Farm Boy says:

    On Thursday, lesbian feminist Julia Beck testified before Congress against the gender identity provisions in the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA). Meant to protect transgender people, these provisions actually act as a “misogynistic trojan horse,” undermining key protections for women and girls, Beck argued.

    “The first piece of U.S. legislation to even acknowledge the epidemic of violence against women is now a misogynistic Trojan Horse,” Beck declared. She argued that “all women and girls are oppressed on the basis of our female sex,” not their gender identity.


  108. Farm Boy says:

    Poland may be encouraging resistance to EU from others as well. The Poles are preparing to support the British should Brexit proceed without an EU blessing.

    Poland’s government has agreed to a backup plan in case Britain crashes out of the European Union without an agreement.

    The government said in a statement after its weekly Cabinet meeting Tuesday that it agreed to a draft bill that will protect the approximately 6,000 British citizens living in Poland who will lose their status as EU citizens.

    It said they will be given 21 months — that is until Dec. 31, 2020 — to submit an application for residency status in Poland.

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  109. Cheque d'Out says:

    Genuine applause. This is the closest that we have to a Maggie

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  110. Farm Boy says:

    World’s Megan Basham was really turned off by all the “girl-power pandering”: “There’s a moment in Captain Marvel where the girl-power pandering is so over the top it makes the rest of the movie pointless. Carol Danvers, aka ‘Vers,’ finally discovers the full range of her superpowers and, to the never-so-subtle strains of Gwen Stefani’s ‘Just a Girl,’ proceeds to pummel a battalion of alien bad guys single-handedly. Her abilities prove so dominant that she can seemingly do anything, be it fly to farthest reaches of space without protective gear or destroy intergalactic warheads with a single blow. Thus does the cause of female empowerment lay waste to old-fashioned storytelling notions like tension and surprise, otherwise known as … reasons for the audience to stay interested in what’s happening on the screen.”


  111. Cheque d'Out says:

    So how good is it? Well, there appears to be a problem with the prole reviews

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  113. Why are people still using Rotten Tomatoes for anything?

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  114. Cheque d'Out says:

    I think that Rotten Tomatoes is committing suicide, I assume that its owners require that.
    I used to like imdb a lot more when they had discussion areas. Now I just spend a couple of minutes reading the score and a few user reviews

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  119. Liz says:

    Hey that’s a picture of me (shopping for the right sized frog helmet).

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  120. Liz says:

    Gah, there’s been some disappointing news re Trump of late.
    (h/t KH for the Lou Dobbs video)

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  121. You guys hear that the O.C. has a new nickname?

    David Thompson’s commenters have the best nickname I’ve yet heard for Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. I was pretty proud of “incitatus Ocasio-Cortez,” but that’s nowhere near the comedic genius of “Chiquita Khrushchev.” I surrender, good sir; the field is yours.

    I like it. Hope you like it too.

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  122. Liz says:

    I like it!
    Comrade Chiquita 😂

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  123. Farm Boy says:

    Liz’ hair color changes often

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  124. Cheque d'Out says:

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  125. Farm Boy says:

    Mao unleashed university and high school students to weed out enemies and hold them to account. The students became the paramilitary Red Guards. They were instructed by the party to “clear away the evil habits of the old society” and extinguish what came to be known as “the four olds”—old ideas and customs, old habits and culture. “Sweep Away All Monsters and Demons,” the state newspaper instructed them.

    With a vengeance they did.

    In the struggle sessions the accused, often teachers suspected of lacking proletarian feeling, were paraded through streets and campuses, sometimes stadiums. It was important always to have a jeering crowd; it was important that the electric feeling that comes with the possibility of murder be present. Dunce caps, sometimes wastebaskets, were placed on the victims’ heads, and placards stipulating their crimes hung from their necks. The victims were accused, berated, assaulted. Many falsely confessed in the vain hope of mercy.

    Were any “guilty”? It hardly mattered. Fear and terror were the point. A destroyed society is more easily dominated.


  126. Farm Boy says:

    We, the youth of America, are fed up with decades of inaction on climate change. On Friday, March 15, young people like us across the United States will strike from school. We strike to bring attention to the millions of our generation who will most suffer the consequences of increased global temperatures, rising seas, and extreme weather. But this isn’t a message only to America. It’s a message from the world, to the world, as students in dozens of countries on every continent will be striking together for the first time.


  127. SFC Ton says:

    I transitioned some cheddar to Jack but Jack is also a dumb ass.

    He should have hung up the phone and blocked the number when the tranny was trying to set him up for the second round


  128. Farm Boy says:

    Facebook has minted money because it has figured out how to commoditize privacy on a scale never before seen. A diminishment of privacy is its core product. Zuckerberg has made his money by performing a sort of arbitrage between how much privacy Facebook’s 2 billion users think they are giving up and how much he has been able to sell to advertisers. He says nothing of substance in his long essay about how he intends to keep his firm profitable in this supposed new era. That’s one reason to treat his Damascene moment with healthy skepticism.


  129. Farm Boy says:

    During an International Women’s Day protest Friday, local woman Jenny Martin declared, “We must resist Trump!” even though her life hasn’t changed in the slightest since Trump was elected.

    “We cannot let this become the new norm!” shouted the woman whose life was just about the same as it was under Obama.

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  130. mgtowhorseman says:

    For international wamanz day

    But like the draft only the jobs they want.

    “Take mining, for example. Only 17 per cent of the industry’s work force is female – compared to 48 per cent of the total labour force”

    Wait for it….

    “– with women holding only 7.9 per cent of board seats in top companies.”


    “The energy industry is no better, with females representing 5 per cent of boards in leading power and utility companies.”

    So what about the number of women down the mines, on the rigs, in the pits…

    Fucking cunts.

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  131. SFC Ton says:

    I’m going to let The Girls spend some time on their knees before I bang them out from behind in celebration of international woman day


  132. SFC Ton says:

    I don’t recommend drinking bourbon during your kettle bell training.

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  133. Farm Boy says:

    Ton is so non-romantic

    How effective is romance?


  134. Farm Boy says:

    “Very little to get excited about here as the villain is the best character in the movie. Brie Larson is awfully miscast in the lead role. Thumb up for Mendelsohn and Jackson. As a lead-in to End Game it’s both inadequate and unnecessary,” reads one review from the site.

    Another reviewer wrote, “Wasn’t expecting much going in and that’s what I got, not much. Brie Larson was a poor choice for the lead. She’s just not believable. I was bored all too often watching it.”

    “A boring and bland story focused on a character with neither personality nor a single weakness,” says another post critical of the film.


  135. Farm Boy says:

    Racism in the Knitting Community, Revealing a Caucasian Woman Who Was Too Excited to Visit India

    If you don’t understand how that’s racist, well, that’s because you’re racist, Racist.

    But the reason why you can’t be too excited to visit a country largely populated by people of a slightly different genetic make-up than you is that you might “exoticize” them and you might expect them to deliver you some kind of spiritual uplift, which forces them to do unpaid labor as your Brown Gurus. And also appropriates their culture for your personal White Journey.

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  136. Farm Boy says:

    A fine review

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  137. Liz says:

    How effective is romance?

    Think Ton is too busy to answer. 😆

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  138. Ame says:

    Lessons learned the hard way?! 😊


  139. SFC Ton says:

    LOLmwasimy intending to workout. Was prarycimg a new exercise and…… well I didn’t break anytging

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  140. Ame says:

    a new exercise and…… well I didn’t break anytging

    lol! standards are important! 😉


  141. Ame says:

    Ton is so non-romantic

    How effective is romance?

    i’m guessing there’s a secret side to The Ton that only a few are privy to 😉


  142. SFC Ton says:

    Romance is where the tingles lay.

    The Girls will swear I am the most romantic mother fucker around but there ain’t no flowers or gay ass cards or what not.

    It’s all slaps on the ass, bend over bitch and gags like when I had them get all dolled up for the best restaurant in town and took them to a gas station for fried chicken

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  143. Liz says:

    Glad to hear life is good, Ton. 🤗

    [blabl]Going to the cake shop after yoga and climbing today, it’s about 15 minutes from our climbing gym. Just a heads up, i’ll probably not choose a cat with a cap (though it would be cool!)
    It’s going to be Mike’s big 5-0 and he’s not a cat person.
    Then again, his mom used to make him a cat cake every birthday until we shacked up, so maybe as a sort of tribute to that. I’ll think on it.
    Anyway, I’m excited to see this cake shop!
    [/liz blab]

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  144. Liz says:

    [blab]that clapping hands emoji is my favorite on the day to day (texting). Don’t think I’ve used it in here before. It’s the emoji equivalent of squee! [/blab]

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  145. Ame says:

    Liz – did you pick out a cake from them?


  146. SFC Ton says:

    Sorry about the comment, Ton. I couldn’t work out a way to prettify it and it still make sense

    What the fuck boss? We all know I am internationally renowned for my prudence. Hell I can even say subtle in like 2 different languages ; )


  147. Larry G says:

    “It’s going to be Mike’s big 5-0 and he’s not a cat person.
    Then again, his mom used to make him a cat cake every birthday until we shacked up, so maybe as a sort of tribute to that. I’ll think on it.”

    Maybe a border collie cake for Mike?


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