Feminists/SJWs And Churches


I have notice various article in the pst few years that have a common theme: churches that go all SJW lose members.  Why do they go SJW?  Probably a big reason is that activist/engaged women are driving the car now, and that is how they think / what they want.  Be it because of  the desire to feel good about oneself, to feel the exhilaration of outrage when others are not on board, or whatever, it is happening with hardly a soul stopping it.

So why is there a drop in membership every time?  Perhaps it is related to a reason that people think a church exists for; that is, to encourage good attitudes/behaviors and to discourage bad attitudes/behaviors.  The results of this are perceived to be useful for oneself, those around you and society in general.

As churches go further own this road, it appears that they really don’t care about doing this anymore.  People realize deep inside that what churches attempted to do was a good thing, even though they themselves, might have had difficulty in fully implementing the program.

So if the church doesn’t care about adultery, sluttery, homosexuality, disrespect of husbands, etc, then of what good is it?

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165 comments on “Feminists/SJWs And Churches
  1. Jack says:

    “So if the church doesn’t care about adultery, sluttery, homosexuality, disrespect of husbands, etc, then of what good is it?”

    It is an excellent and prevalently observed model of failure (apostasy) that should be avoided. This explains why so many church goers are deserting Churchianity.

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  2. Cheque d'Out says:

    As someone who has never been tempted to believe but has recently come to think that Christianity was probably a good thing for civilised society at large, I have never considered the Church of England to be a spiritual force for good. I’ve always considered it to just be a leftist organisation wearing the skinsuit of a religion. I don’t think that it’s been relevant for at least four decades in the UK.

    I’m English/British and I realise that your mileage may well vary. From discussions with Tarn, I understand that the USA is perhaps different to where I come from.

    I’ll leave the discussion to you guys, but I take no pleasure from your pain. I think that a healthy church aids a society to be healthy. I just don’t get why.

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  3. Farm Boy says:

    I’ve always considered it to just be a leftist organisation wearing the skinsuit of a religion

    When have leftist organizations been about doing good by the people?

    Rather than pretending to be doing good br the people?

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  4. Farm Boy says:

    Apparently we all have enough wealth to be able to tolerate/compensate for the costs of modern silliness. And churches are going happy to go along

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  5. Ame says:

    I think that a healthy church aids a society to be healthy. I just don’t get why.

    the definition of a ‘healthy church’ would be critical.

    imo … a healthy church teaches and lives, to the best of our human ability, according to the Bible. the Bible is its standard above all else, especially opinion and personal experience.

    so … if a healthy church is a Bible believing/teaching/living church, why would that aid a society to be healthy?

    *that* is a great question!

    1. There is only ONE standard: The Holy Bible.
    2. The Holy Bible NEVER changes, so the one standard never changes.
    3. The Bible teaches us that God is the Ultimate Authority.
    4. God NEVER changes, so His authority and standards NEVER change.
    5. The Bible is Truth, and the Truth of the Bible NEVER changes.
    6. The Bible teaches us that we ALL have access to God through His Son, Jesus the Christ. There is no other mediator needed.
    7. The Bible can be summed up in Matthew 22:36-40:
    36 “Teacher, which is the greatest commandment in the Law?”
    37 Jesus replied: “‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.’[a] 38 This is the first and greatest commandment. 39 And the second is like it: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’[b] 40 All the Law and the Prophets hang on these two commandments.”

    sooo …
    1. Love the Lord your God (implying that first you have to make God your Lord and God) with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind (that would make it an active love).
    2. Love yourself.
    3. Love your neighbor as yourself.

    that brings up the question … who is my neighbor? great question. it is answered in Luke 10:25-37:

    25 On one occasion an expert in the law stood up to test Jesus. “Teacher,” he asked, “what must I do to inherit eternal life?”

    26 “What is written in the Law?” he replied. “How do you read it?”

    27 He answered, “‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength and with all your mind’[a]; and, ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’[b]”

    28 “You have answered correctly,” Jesus replied. “Do this and you will live.”

    29 But he wanted to justify himself, so he asked Jesus, “And who is my neighbor?”

    30 In reply Jesus said: “A man was going down from Jerusalem to Jericho, when he was attacked by robbers. They stripped him of his clothes, beat him and went away, leaving him half dead. 31 A priest happened to be going down the same road, and when he saw the man, he passed by on the other side. 32 So too, a Levite, when he came to the place and saw him, passed by on the other side. 33 But a Samaritan, as he traveled, came where the man was; and when he saw him, he took pity on him. 34 He went to him and bandaged his wounds, pouring on oil and wine. Then he put the man on his own donkey, brought him to an inn and took care of him. 35 The next day he took out two denarii[c] and gave them to the innkeeper. ‘Look after him,’ he said, ‘and when I return, I will reimburse you for any extra expense you may have.’

    36 “Which of these three do you think was a neighbor to the man who fell into the hands of robbers?”

    37 The expert in the law replied, “The one who had mercy on him.”

    Jesus told him, “Go and do likewise.”

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  6. Ame says:

    Liz wrote it’s how we treat the little people that counts.

    my Husband was invited to breakfast today with some men who meet every other weekend. he showed up first and told the waitress he was meeting Ken and Bob. waitress told him they always sit at this one table and took him over. after awhile, and they didn’t show, he decided to look around and found them at another table. he assumed the waitress had them mixed up with two other men, picked up his coffee, and moved over to his friends.

    after he left his tip on the table, he sought out the first waitress and handed her a tip, too, because she helped him first.

    i love when he does things like this 🙂

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  7. BuenaVista says:

    I was a cradle Unitarian, and I won’t go into detail what that means, but a Unitarian in the 19th century was a Protestant, establishment figure who rejected the complacency and hypocrisy of New England Christianity, which was the dominant (northern USA) religious culture. Emerson, Thoreau, Henry Ward Beecher, Harriet Beecher Stowe, our finest philosopher Chas. S. Peirce, every president of Harvard, was a Unitarian. Today they’re a bunch of flakes who wear vagina hats.

    I became a Christian about 10 years ago. I don’t know if it saved my soul but it saved my life. I am unable to find a church, in a very conservative region, that accepts me as a Christian. I have attended about 20 churches. The anecdotes would be comical or unbelievable to the churched here, and there are some churched people here. But I’m trying to avoid anecdotes.

    Conservative or liberal Christian denominations are dismissive of either biblical or social realities, in respect of men. They are run to put the women on the altar singing this or that bullshit tune that could be a cat food commercial in the 1970’s. The only men who attend are miserable doormats. As in the case of family law and the law of parental access, no woman minds in the least. They love it. They’ll never do anything to straighten out their church, because the church tells them that men exist to make them happy. Get to work, boys! She’s not happy today!

    I have a KJV bible on the dash of my truck and I am a member of the Church Universal. That is a Christian church for the dispossessed, the one where the pastor doesn’t tell men that if the woman in their lives isn’t happy, they just need to clean more toilets and change more diapers, more frequently, and to be a “servant leader” is to turn on a dime if a grown woman wakes up with a minor headache.

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  8. Farm Boy says:

    Conservative or liberal Christian denominations are dismissive of either biblical or social realities, in respect of men

    Actually both.

    So why do both “pretend conservative” and liberal churches cater to women?

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  9. Farm Boy says:

    They’ll never do anything to straighten out their church, because the church tells them that men exist to make them happy. Get to work, boys! She’s not happy today!

    Women being worshiped by men just doesn’t work out well for anybody.

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  10. Ame says:

    it’s been well over ten years since we’ve attended church regularly. we tried a church about, well, ten years ago, but they never truly accepted us as they already had all their own cliques. and the pastor, whom i really like, didn’t know how to preach a succinct sermon – 45 min + sermons that cover multiple topics are not conducive to a special needs kid. and they’d put my husband to sleep 😉 .

    i’ve researched churches in our area, a lot. but every.freaking.one has women in key, paid leadership positions in the church. ugh.

    my daughters roll their eyes when i start researching churches again, “Mom, you’re never going to find a church you approve of!”

    – – –

    BV – have you considered just inviting some men to join you once a week to simply read the bible and pray together?

    there’s an interesting book titled, So You Don’t Want to Go to Church Anymore. you can read it for free at the link or buy it on amazon. it is a thinking book. i really liked it.

    https://www.lifestream.org/free-resources/jake-colsen-so-you-dont-want-to-go-to-church-anymore/

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  11. Farm Boy says:

    but every.freaking.one has women in key, paid leadership positions in the church

    Perhaps I should do a post about why that works poorly…

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  12. BuenaVista says:

    FB, churches are structured that way because the women control the tithe. Money.

    ***

    Ame, I’ve always wanted to start a church. A little wooden abandoned structure in the country would be fine. There are a lot of those where I live. I would evangelize by bringing in a pianist, organist or singer each week from Minneapolis or Des Moines or Omaha, and just sell to the broader community 40 minutes of solemn, devotional music. (That is, provide a recital.)

    Sermons should be no longer than 20 minutes, imo.

    Sunday School is where the action is: when one is given an assignment the week prior, and there is seminar-level discussion of scriptural intent. For me, the richness of the Bible includes its very ambiguity, and thus worthy of discussion.

    There is no such program where I live. I suppose because there is no market for it.

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  13. b g says:

    Ame

    My wife also had difficulty in finding a church that was not completely feminized, she kept trying. Every year she needed more male voices for the Christmas carols at their celebration, she offered 12 of her famous butter tarts for every one of our male employees that attended. Our female employees women complained so she said okay, bring your boyfriend..because . we all need smoky, gravelly baritones and some bass voices to enjoy those old carols.

    A first comment this was.
    Subsequent comments flow right through they will]

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  14. Cheque d'Out says:

    Kid egged the outspoken Aussie politician, got a slap in return

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  15. Larry G says:

    That little turd is lucky to still have all of his teeth and an unbroken nose

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  16. Farm Boy says:

    Sunday School is where the action is: when one is given an assignment the week prior, and there is seminar-level discussion of scriptural intent. For me, the richness of the Bible includes its very ambiguity, and thus worthy of discussion.

    I could get behind this. Ideally lots of people could, but probably not

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  17. Farm Boy says:

    Oddly relevant

    COUNTRY HOMES, WA—After binge-watching hit Netflix series Tidying Up with Marie Kondo, local Christian woman Grace Milliken applied the innovative cleaning and organizing method to her Bible study time, prompting her to remove all verses that don’t bring her joy from her copy of God’s Word

    https://babylonbee.com/news/christian-uses-konmari-method-while-studying-bible-to-remove-all-verses-that-dont-spark-joy

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  18. Cheque d'Out says:

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  19. Cheque d'Out says:

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  20. Cheque d'Out says:

    Rewind to the start. Farage and Portillo, two men who know what they’re talking about, speak about current UK politics. Rumours are it’s good

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  21. SFC Ton says:

    Your cult is your culture. It’s right there in the root word deal

    When your clut changes, your culture changes

    Modern churches suck because they are ran by pussies who went to college. Which turns pussies into even bigger pussies.
    —————-

    When I was a child every preacher I knew were good at being men before they became full time men of God.

    Show me the modern preacher who can make that claim in the here and now

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  22. Farm Boy says:

    As you might recall, he recently called “global warming” a bunch of hooey

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  23. earl says:

    So if the church doesn’t care about adultery, sluttery, homosexuality, disrespect of husbands, etc, then of what good is it?

    As churches become more run by women and men dominated by women…they become less about salvation in Jesus Christ and avoiding sin and more about feel goodz of the world and SJWism. The biggest one I’ve seen is mainly about sexual immorality and messing up the sexuality of men and women.

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  24. Farm Boy says:

    they become less about salvation in Jesus Christ and avoiding sin and more about feel goodz of the world and SJWism

    So why are women more into the feel goodz than men?

    If not lead by men, do all women go down this path?

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  25. earl says:

    Because they are more easily deceived. AKA Eve.

    Men are just deceived by the feel goodz of women.

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  26. Farm Boy says:

    Because they are more easily deceived. AKA Eve.

    Men are just deceived by the feel goodz of women.

    That is a rather bad mix.

    The Bible is informative. Discussions on its meaning like BV suggested could do many good

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  27. Yoda says:

    Liz and Larry experienced this they did

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  28. Liz says:

    i love when he does things like this

    Mike really helped someone out recently on a trip. A Delta guy was trying to get a lift on a jump seat. He’d been waiting for a few hours, hoping to use the jump seat on the next one, but it was full (Mike was taking it, a SWA flight). He asked the guy what was up, and the Delta pilot told him he was just hoping to make it home that night. Next flight out was after midnight. Mike gave him the jumpseat, though it meant another three+ hours of sitting around the airport for him. Wow was he grateful. Mike did him a real solid. He wanted to buy Mike dinner at least, or something, but he didn’t want anything. Stuff like that makes the world better. Maybe their paths will cross again, or maybe that guy will help another person and so one.

    When we had that blizzard just recently, and the snowplow was too dug in to work, our neighbors came over and used the snowblower so we could get enough traction with the plow. Without even me asking…on tuesday one of them has surgery and I will take care of their dogs. I volunteered without them asking.

    By contrast, another story. When we arrived here (btw, we have excellent neighbors…with one exception and they have moved), Mike was driving the big moving truck and trying to maneuver. He used about the first four feet of a huge 100+ foot unpaved driveway across the street from us. The guy ran out a few minutes later and chewed out our son (he was near the road at the time), said to never use his driveway. Well, Mike was annoyed the guy spoke to our son instead of him. He never came over in the subsequent weeks to say, “hey, I didn’t know you were new” or whatever. So we decided he was just a prick.
    They moved, and now the snow plower that does his driveway is pushing snow into our yard. Makes sense, they are up hill and we are down and the snow just falls down and doesn’t so us any harm where they put it. There’s really no where else to go so I don’t know where they’d dump the stuff if not for our property. BUT….if they were still living there, we’d put up a sign and say “no dumping snow on our property” and if he continued, we’d bring a lawyer up to talk to him. Just because he was an asshole for no reason whatsoever.
    Sometimes loving someone requires teaching a person that it doesn’t pay to be an asshole.

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  29. Liz says:

    For clarity: He used about the first four feet of a huge 100+ foot unpaved driveway across the street from us just enough room to turn the truck around…it’s a very small windy road out here.
    They still own the house, but since they’re gone we don’t see the point of making life difficult for the plow guy. No reason for that. But the owner? That would be fun.

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  30. Farm Boy says:

    Sometimes loving someone requires teaching a person that it doesn’t pay to be an asshole.

    It isn’t so much a matter of “loving”, it just can be the right thing to do

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  31. Liz says:

    It isn’t so much a matter of “loving”, it just can be the right thing to do

    True. But it’s loving too. Like the teacher who was hard, but the best one you ever had (seems most people had one of those…I did at least). It’s up to them to learn, maybe they will, maybe not. If they do the world is better.

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  32. BuenaVista says:

    Some diverse people from Micronesia or SE Asia or some fucking place pushed their snow 30′ feet into my yard with a Bobcat. They have so many people and cars that they use their own yard for vehicle storage, meaning no place to pile snow 10′ high. They built an 8′ high berm across the sidewalk I am supposed to keep clear for the mailperson, and that’s by ordinance, incidentally; snow over three inches not cleared in three days and you are getting a ticket. I nearly fucking died shoveling that stuff. I went to their door. “No speak EEEEnglish.” People say we’re not being invaded.

    I took pictures and went downtown to see my friend, Lieut. Lundberg, and he sent the “Community Relations” female cop of unfathomable racial heritage to talk to them. (Lundberg is a friend although he’s a Swede, and you can’t/shouldn’t trust a Swede, much less marry one (I did).) We’ll see what happens with the next snow.

    Two cranky observations:

    1. It’s so wonderful, as The Liz notes, to have good neighbors. I had the best neighbors in DC: three Naval aviators and Russell Baker.

    2. People who think we’re not being invaded by people who will work for peanuts for American corporations are morons.

    I think Col. Mike should two-point his 4Runner in the driveway across the street for the duration.

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  33. Farm Boy says:

    Pro-choice advocates reeling over their unexpected defeat in the New Mexico legislature may have the uproar over late-term abortion bills in New York and Virginia to blame.

    Eight New Mexico Democrats crossed party lines Thursday to sink a bill aimed at codifying the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision, handing a win to the pro-life movement and a stinging defeat to Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham on one of her signature issues.

    New Mexico Alliance for Life executive director Elisa Martinez characterized H.B. 51 as “the most extreme abortion up to birth bill in the country.”

    https://m.washingtontimes.com/news/2019/mar/16/new-mexico-democrats-sink-extreme-abortion-bill-af/

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  34. Cheque d'Out says:

    This looks very weird, the nz thing.
    Note! NOBODY else in this clip, no violence, nobody shot, no blood… no casings

    My rough translation of the title is “Do we know that this isn’t something out of a Hollywood film?”
    YMMV

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  35. BuenaVista says:

    Female governor, who labels killing viable humans “health care” is shocked and labels people who prefer not to kill viable humans “inexplicable”: Two observations:

    1. She really does think killing humans who inconvenience a mother is “health care.” That is, she’s been in her echo chamber so long that she’s insane.

    2. She’s cynical, and is dismayed that the latest power play — because this is just about power, about women unilaterally determining who lives and dies — failed.

    I think it’s mostly #1. These are, after all, people who speak Powerpoint instead of English. They speak bullet points. Abortion (i.e., killing viable humans, killing the wrong sex, killing the in-utero child who exhibits an inconvenient disability) is “women’s health care”. Requiring women to insist on male or female birth control prior to coitus is “oppressive” or “abusive”. Asking women to take responsibility — at six weeks or even 20 weeks of gestation — for their sexual decisions is cruel and sexist. Granting a father’s right to save his own child is ludicrous. So to salve the psyche of the mother, she should be licensed by law to kill a human being, including in the delivery room. This is “compassionate health care.”

    2. In her day-to-day arm-twisting grifting gangland political life, I’m sure she’s alarmed. Because her defeat signals to the mercenaries she employs and threatens daily that maybe she’s not so tough. While I do think that these extreme abortion laws reflect a desire of a few truly hateful women to dunk the basketball/spike the football on men and other normals, I’m thinking it will be next year before a lightweight like Lujan is openly celebrating the supression of 70% of the population.

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  36. Cheque d'Out says:

    Brown rubber safety trouser time at the tory grass-roots level

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  37. Cheque d'Out says:

    “That is, she’s been in her echo chamber so long that she’s insane”

    I think that this is true. My guess is that three out of the last four prime ministers of the UK were and are functionally insane. You might persuade me that there’s also the possibility that they’re outright owned by others to the point that they’ll do otherwise mad things when commanded, but Bliar, Brown and May just seem insane to me.

    Camermong is a lightweight marketing spiv devoid of loyalty to the UK, who got out of his depth (IMHO) but he was panicked by UKIP and gave us the referendum so in his case his misjudgement was helpful (hopefully).

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  38. Farm Boy says:

    Female governor, who labels killing viable humans “health care” is shocked and labels people who prefer not to kill viable humans “inexplicable”

    I really do wonder about how these people think. Perhaps this is the ultimate shit test.

    If so, Andrew Cuomo failed miserably

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  39. Cheque d'Out says:

    From top to bottom we have people that are unfixable and are in positions dangerous to good people. Soma and a life in the iso-cubes beckons

    Is the future? Brave New World + Judge Dredd?

    Love this film. I bought the 3D bluray.

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  40. Cheque d'Out says:

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  41. Farm Boy says:

    Doesn’t anybody think that it is pathetic that Moms want to kill their babies?

    Cats, dogs, bears etc. don’t operate that way.

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  42. Cheque d'Out says:

    Bonus for looking for the Dredd video was finding this playlist

    Might even work for The Mighty Ton… Music to feel, not just hear

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  43. Cheque d'Out says:

    As I said the other day, I re-watched Sink the Bismarck…great film.

    Here’s something that sets the scene

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  44. Cheque d'Out says:

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  45. mgtowhorseman says:

    Best line I have heard (from RPMs youtube)
    ‘The Crazy Train now has a warp core.’

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  46. Cheque d'Out says:

    Devon Stack aka BlackPilled

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  47. Cheque d'Out says:

    More squeaky bum tories

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  48. Cheque d'Out says:

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  49. Cheque d'Out says:

    Our wannabe-jihadist returnee

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  50. Ame says:

    BV – Ame, I’ve always wanted to start a church. A little wooden abandoned structure in the country would be fine. There are a lot of those where I live. I would evangelize by bringing in a pianist, organist or singer each week from Minneapolis or Des Moines or Omaha, and just sell to the broader community 40 minutes of solemn, devotional music. (That is, provide a recital.)

    Sermons should be no longer than 20 minutes, imo.

    Sunday School is where the action is: when one is given an assignment the week prior, and there is seminar-level discussion of scriptural intent. For me, the richness of the Bible includes its very ambiguity, and thus worthy of discussion.

    There is no such program where I live. I suppose because there is no market for it.

    or maybe it’s b/c one doesn’t exist b/c there’s no one willing to lead it. would be interesting to just start with one other guy and see where it goes.

    I became a Christian about 10 years ago. I don’t know if it saved my soul but it saved my life.

    would love to hear that story sometime.

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  51. Cheque d'Out says:

    That awkward moment when, as a journalist, you catch the riot policeman packing away the loot from a robbed shop

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  52. BuenaVista says:

    CdO, I watched the Farage-Portillo interview, and the Bismarck animation. Learned a lot, thanks.

    I mentioned previously that the preeminent American battleship of WWI was the Texas, where my Granddad (as a yeoman) transcribed the German fleet surrender. Obviously, the preeminent battleship of WWII was the Missouri, one of the four Iowa-class battleships, where my Dad was a young (19) fire control midshipman. (He missed the surrender.)

    I’m still amazed that the English don’t just flip the bird to Juncker and drive on. It’s as if they’ve been infantisized by the EU. Who cares what Brussels wants? Good luck this week.

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  53. Ame says:

    earl
    5h ago
    Because they are more easily deceived. AKA Eve.

    Men are just deceived by the feel goodz of women.

    Farm Boy
    5h ago
    Because they are more easily deceived. AKA Eve.

    Men are just deceived by the feel goodz of women.

    That is a rather bad mix.

    The Bible is informative. Discussions on its meaning like BV suggested could do many good

    God cursed man first because he listened to his wife, second b/c he ate the fruit:

    “Genesis 3:17 Then to Adam He said, “Because you have heeded the voice of your wife, and have eaten from the tree of which I commanded you, saying, ‘You shall not eat of it’:

    “Cursed is . . . “

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  54. Farm Boy says:

    I’m kinda feeling for Chelsea

    Buzzfeed News gave the two anti-Israel activists who confronted Chelsea Clinton at a NYC memorial for victims of a horrific mass shooting at a mosque in New Zealand, the opportunity to write a “guest column” on their site, and the two women took it as an opportunity to double-down, smearing and attacking Clinton even further.

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/44764/buzzfeed-gives-anti-israel-activists-who-harassed-emily-zanotti

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  55. Farm Boy says:

    What the elites in Parliament don’t understand (and our “elites” are no different) is that the purpose of Brexit was an expression of dissatisfaction with being ruled from afar. It had very little to do with finance and business dealings and streamlined customs procedures. Those are trivial in comparison to the desire of the people of the United Kingdom to shake off the yoke of EU control, and return to an independent country.

    http://ace.mu.nu/archives/380270.php

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  56. earl says:

    Perhaps one day the post could be about how feminism has screwed up women’s (and also men) sexuality (femininity). The combo of the pill, feminism, and promoting career over family has really messed up women overall as a sex. And wearing clothing in public that reveals you have breasts and fertile hips doesn’t overcome a lack of femininity.

    I mean most of us guys here have hinted at why we don’t really care for the ladies much anymore…I think that’s a main reason why. Much like an effeminate man turns off women…these pseudo masculine, you go grrls, should turn off masculine men.

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  57. earl says:

    And I state this because some broad was showing off on twitter her bicep muscle while having linebacker shoulders. Basically could have been a gal on roids or a possible trap. In any case plenty of thirsty guys still thought she was ‘hawt’…and I went ugg.

    I don’t mind ladies working out…just accentuate a female body which should happen naturally…don’t turn it into a pseudo man body with roids.

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  58. Cheque d'Out says:

    Thank you very much, BV. I voted for freedom. This is not fair dealing.

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  59. Cheque d'Out says:

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  60. Cheque d'Out says:

    Principled woman MP in the labour party.

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  61. Cheque d'Out says:

    I posted the Farage, Portillo discussion soon after starting to listen to it. I was impressed with the quality.
    Farage also talks to Peter Bone in that show. A solid Tory Brexiteer MP.

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  62. Cheque d'Out says:

    The post is about Shackleton and the Endurance. Comments are mostly about May
    https://going-postal.com/2019/03/the-voyage-of-the-james-caird-stranded-on-the-pack-ice/

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  63. Cheque d'Out says:

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  64. Cheque d'Out says:

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  65. Cheque d'Out says:

    Our National Enquiror

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  66. SFC Ton says:

    I wouldn’t romanticize animals. They kill and eat their young all the time

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  67. Ame says:

    Mama needs to stop cutting her fingers when choppin vegs in the kitchen. tip of left pinkie finger not critical but blood is 🙂 !

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  68. Ame says:

    stupid thing needs to stop bleeding!

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  69. Ame says:

    BG – so wish i could have known your wife!

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  70. SFC Ton says:

    That’s your punishment for trying to feed people vegetables

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  71. Ame says:

    i cut off the little chunk of skin right away. now im thinkin i might should have left it in case it needs stitches. but its gotta stop bleedin sometime! stupid cut!

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  72. Cheque d'Out says:

    15 minutes old

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  73. Cheque d'Out says:

    Bananas improve clotting – eat one, I mean, vitamin K. Then just keep pressure on it. Saw a styptic pencil used on tv the other day. Didn’t realise that they were still a thing. An alum based compound that also helps clotting – apply externally.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antihemorrhagic

    Ton will probably advise cobwebs or red hot poker though…

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  74. Ame says:

    eating banana now 🙂

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  75. Cheque d'Out says:

    From the Endurance linked article’s comments

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  76. Cheque d'Out says:

    i.e. An American on Shackleton’s expedition

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  77. SFC Ton says:

    eating banana now 🙂
    …….
    That’s between you and your old man but it probably helps make up for trying to feed him vegetables

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  78. SFC Ton says:

    No one got the time to do anything fancy like collect spider webs boss. Around here we just rub some dirt on it and call it a a day

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  79. Liz says:

    Ouch! Hope it’s better?
    Apply pressure, Ame!

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  80. mgtowhorseman says:

    If it is a clean cut e.g.you can pull the skin together then pinch it together and run a small bead of crazyglue down it. It will seal the wound temporarily. What I use in the fields when its a 20 minute walk back to the house.

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  81. Farm Boy says:

    The University of Minnesota has proposed banning emotional support animals from campus classrooms, labs, and offices, a policy which has been under consideration for about two years.

    https://www.thecollegefix.com/u-minnesota-proposes-banning-emotional-support-animals-from-classrooms-offices/Ok

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  82. Farm Boy says:

    Gratuitous image

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  83. Farm Boy says:

    Another gratuitous image

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  84. b g says:

    Ame

    Yeah, the two of you would liked each other, and enjoyed hearing the deeper male voices during Christmas carols. I often wonder what the pastors thought when she dragged half a dozen bearded rough guys to join the chorus ;-D

    Her garden was organic and so was most of her canning and her deep freeze. She would have fed you well, depending upon the season, maybe poached bluebacks (young coho salmon) with asparagus, or sockeye (your red salmon) with sweet corn or green beans or new potatoes, or deer liver with onion and mushroom gravy over mashed potatoes. Like all great cooks she loved feeding guests ;-D

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  85. Ame says:

    BG – i dreamed all my life of having someone like her in my life. sigh 🙂 … i plan to get to know her on the other side 😉

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  86. Ame says:

    i changed the bandage. still bleeding … stupid cut! can’t pull two sides together, Horseman, b/c i cut the flap of skin off! lol! sigh. i will survive. another cut; another scar. little pain so far, so that’s good 🙂

    i’ve been keeping it elevated as much as possible. it’s hard to just sit and do nothing with my stupid hand in the air! lol! i’m sure my kids will scold me well tomorrow. my Husband says i need to be spanked for cutting myself while cooking, again 😉

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  87. Ame says:

    sweet doggie just wants to be like his human!

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  88. Larry G says:

    “my Husband says i need to be spanked for cutting myself while cooking, again” Wild guess on my part, but I doubt him thinking about spanking you has a whole lot to do with cutting your finger, trying to make him eat veggies or cooking………

    Besides, you ought to know that this is the very reason God created the food processor..He already knew women could not be trusted with large shiny sharp objects

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  89. Larry G says:

    what is it with these women and their vegetables anyway? If the good Lord had meant for men to eat veggys, He would not have created steak, pork chops and bacon

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  90. Cheque d'Out says:

    That’s just Logic 101, Larry.

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  91. Cheque d'Out says:

    When parody accounts interact

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  92. Cheque d'Out says:

    What have the Romans ever said they’d do for us?

    Matteo Silvani has said he will veto any A50 extension.
    May’s non deal or WTO

    Hope it’s true. One might note, however, that that is exactly what he’d say to get the EU to increase their bribes to Italy to get it to help fuck over the UK.

    As I said, however, I hope that it’s true

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  93. Cheque d'Out says:

    Monday, today. Most informative and clarifying

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  94. Cheque d'Out says:

    Note that there are many rumours that Moggster’s ERG, the DUP and patriotic MPs are shining May on that maybe they’ll vote for her shit deal. Why? To keep May from trying other measures, obfuscate the state of things and to run the sub 12 day clock down

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  95. Cheque d'Out says:

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  96. Farm Boy says:

    my Husband says i need to be spanked for cutting myself while cooking, again 😉

    The banana treatment wasn’t enough for him?

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  97. Cheque d'Out says:

    She (actually a he) is great

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  98. Larry G says:

    @TitaniaMcGrath
    Feminism empowers women to be strong and independent.

    Uh huh….feminism is a mental illness and those who are afflicted with the fem-disease should be locked up in a community loony bin

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  99. Farm Boy says:

    So if I am white and human, but identify as this

    then how do I fit in?

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  100. Cheque d'Out says:

    Do you love the smell of desperation in the (almost still) morning?

    Oily Throbbings is a central figure in May’s attempt to kill BREXIT. But he’s merely one of many.

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  101. Cheque d'Out says:

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  102. Cheque d'Out says:

    I must say that that isn’t the face of the person that I’d want in charge when things got tricky.
    And there’s a lot of that about these days when looking around at our political ‘leaders’

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  103. Liz says:

    Bananas:
    They’re high in potassium, low on K
    Coumadin (Warfarin) requires a low K diet, and bananas aren’t on the “limit” list.
    Dark leafy greens have the most
    https://www.myfooddata.com/articles/low-vitamin-k-foods-for-a-coumadin-warfarin-diet.php

    Not sure how long it takes vitamin K to absorb though (probably a while).

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  104. Larry G says:

    New Zealand’s prime minister – one homely female, like a A Merkel in the making

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  105. Cheque d'Out says:

    A Glorious Patriarch in action

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  106. Ame says:

    lol, Larry!

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  107. Cheque d'Out says:

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  108. Farm Boy says:

    The event’s description states that “whiteness continues to be a crucial problem in our English department.” The Graduate English Center brought “together a group of scholars and thinkers in a range of disciplines in order to help us imagine, discuss, and produce new ways of resisting whiteness and envisioning alternatives in institution settings

    “Refusal,” “dissent,” and “protest” are listed as possible ways to combat whiteness in academia.

    https://www.campusreform.org/?ID=11980

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  109. Cheque d'Out says:

    More Oh Noes for Treeza.
    MV3 = Meaningful Vote 3 = 3rd attempt to get (essentially the same) shite May ‘deal’ through the House of Commons.
    The Squeaker of the house, John Bercow, he say no. The Government is not allowed to try and bully the house by holding repeated votes on the same thing until the MP sheep fall into line

    DOH!

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  110. Cheque d'Out says:

    The Squeaker is not to be trusted BTW. He’s not a good guy, he’s just done something to introduce more sand to treeza’s machinations

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  111. Farm Boy says:

    In the summer of 2018, roughly two dozen professors at the University of Wyoming (UW) railed against the school’s new slogan, “The world needs more cowboys,” making claims that the term “cowboy” had racist, sexist, homophobic and genocidal undertones. But instead of backing down, the university’s Board of Trustees stood unwavering, voting unanimously to keep the slogan, and that decision paid off.

    The university bookstore sold out of “the world needs more cowboys” T-shirts the first week they hit the shelves. Responding to demand, the University of Wyoming put the slogan on other products and sold roughly 5,000 items in the first six months. Between July and December 2018, royalties were up $38,000 over the same period in 2017 as the school licensed 143 different products with the tagline to third-party vendors

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/44773/professors-protest-university-wyoming-slogan-hank-berrien

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  112. Cheque d'Out says:

    “The Brains behind AOC”? Yep, you read that right

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  113. Liz says:

    roughly two dozen professors at the University of Wyoming (UW) railed against the school’s new slogan, “The world needs more cowboys,” making claims that the term “cowboy” had racist, sexist, homophobic and genocidal undertones.

    Perhaps they should’ve been more inclusive. The following tee shirts should’ve also been made available:
    The world needs more darkies, bitches, faggots, and uppity Indians.

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  114. Cheque d'Out says:

    The site might prefer more obfuscation

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  115. Larry G says:

    “Perhaps they should’ve been more inclusive. The following tee shirts should’ve also been made available:
    The world needs more darkies, bitches, faggots, and uppity Indians.”

    LMAO! Damn near choked on my breakfast donuts, Liz.

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  116. Liz says:

    Sorry Larry. 😆
    Putting on mittens now…

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  117. Larry G says:

    By the way, chocolate glazed donuts are perfectly acceptable breakfast foods since they self identified as gender fluid bacon and eggs. None of that sexist shit before eating.

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  118. Larry G says:

    Thoughtful question of the day…..

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  119. Cheque d'Out says:

    More squeaky bum from an alleged remoaniac tosspot

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  120. Cheque d'Out says:

    Brace yourself for bad news

    Play stupid games with stupid thugs and win the ultimate stupid prizes?

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  121. Cheque d'Out says:

    It’s a bit of an English football tradition

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  122. Cheque d'Out says:

    If they’re happy then I’m happy (for now)

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  123. Cheque d'Out says:

    And if we’re doing WWII movie themes

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  124. Cheque d'Out says:

    Achtung Spitfeuer und ze ‘urricanes auch

    Gonna be a long 11 days.

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  125. Cheque d'Out says:

    They’ve done it again! And you’re sexist for saying that they’ve fucked it up (again)

    An epic review

    As he says “Football Player, Doom Suit and Big Fucking Gun” how can you fuck that up?

    They have a 100lb Kate Moss on hunger-strike girl lead

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  126. Cheque d'Out says:

    Deadlock is good, though dead would be better

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  127. Cheque d'Out says:

    Nice, if true

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  128. Cheque d'Out says:

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/7d12c64ed9d1a25b601357f368b15a2795cf8d501ac5ceba7e4077ddbf93f3fc.jpg?

    It’s a dream. Until the next general election, where I predict a huge cull of the deadwood and the traitors

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  129. Cheque d'Out says:

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  131. Cheque d'Out says:

    My favourite Laurel and Hardy

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  132. Cheque d'Out says:

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  134. SFC Ton says:

    The following tee shirts should’ve also been made available:
    The world needs more darkies, bitches, faggots, and uppity Indians.
    ……..

    Didn’t your momma teach you not to lie?

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  135. Farm Boy says:

    Following a weekend of destruction which saw police attacked, iconic restaurants burned, and retailers threatened, French authorities have decided to call time on the so-called “Yellow Vest” protests, banning them from the Champs Elysees and other key areas where demonstrators have been gathering.

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/44813/france-decides-ban-yellow-vest-protests-champs-emily-zanotti

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  136. Farm Boy says:

    Liz, getting ready for bed

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