As we saw previously in Zero Sum Game, large swaths of modern women view marriage from the perspective of what they can get out of it, financially, prestige wise, etc.  The fellas, they are under no such illusion.  They know that they are going to have to pay.  They do hope to get something that they want out of it.  Often these hopes are dashed.

Anyways, it wasn’t always this way.  Back in the days of the Evil Patriarchy, women typically needed to consider more of what men wanted.  That was nice enough.  But there was more.  Women, my Mom included, were taught that they and their husband rose and fell as a team.  This team thing needed to be taught to women, for they don’t seem to get it naturally like the fellas, but it worked rather well.

Raising children well works best, almost requires, a team effort.   Even without children, there are many benefits that can happen when acting as a team, companionship, trust, sense of belonging, etc.

All of that is mostly in the rear view mirror of society.  Men can operate well by themselves or teamed with their buddies.  Women can’t.  Somehow, it all doesn’t seem to have worked out so well for the ladies.

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240 comments on “Team
  1. Farm Boy says:

    Roger Blakey at RPG’s states

    “You have a feminist bomb in you,” said Nicole Michelle (black red pill dating coach in Atlanta).

    I have been meaning to post something on this topic for a week or so. I heard Nicole Michelle say this in a Youtube live show. It wasn’t until I read Fuzzie’s post that got the help that I needed to clarify it. Nicole Michelle was talking about how American women are so steeped in feminism that even traditional conservative young women adhere to feminist ideas without even realizing it. Nicole said that she as a Generation Xer was raised on reruns of Mary Tyler Moore (me too). Traditional conservative young women tell Nicole that they are not feminists. Then Nicole asks them as series of questions. These young women give feminist answers. Nicole then points out to them the feminism in their answers and says, “You have a feminist bomb in you.”

    Aaron Clarey’s comment was key. He writes, “Women truly do want marriage and children more than anything else in the world. But their actions prove they effectively value their politics, careers, educations and feminism more.”

    The point is that a young woman can get a young man to marry her, but sooner or later her core feminist values are going to express themselves, and she will blow up her marriage. I, by the way, come out of the feminist left, so traditional conservative values are foreign to me.

    Nicole Michelle says that as a younger woman she listened to the bitter women around her and came to a point where blowing up her marriage seemed like a good idea. She is passionate about reaching out to young women so that they do not go down the path that she did and blow their marriage to smithereens. In that sense Nicole Michelle and Red Pill Girl are peas in a pod. Smithereens.

    What it means for men is exactly what Aaron and Fuzzie said it does: Marriage is absolutely, positively off the table, probably for the next two generations

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  2. Cheque d'Out says:

    Cheer up, could be worse.

    Happy BREXIT-Day* everyone

    So how is the BBC reporting May and her Cabinet’s operations?


    (*may not contain any BREXIT, even at homeopathic levels**)
    (** may in future be retrospectively determined to have been Real BREXIT Day(tm))


  3. Farm Boy says:

    This will be used as a case study in how not to ‘do leadership’ for millennia

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  4. Farm Boy says:

    Though the ‘not doing zed’ part might work out well

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  5. Farm Boy says:

    “I wouldn’t be surprised if we find out he eats children,” said Mueller.

    Mueller’s controversial comment has ignited a political firestorm. Indignant members of New York’s state legislature, feeling their reputations were impugned by association with Trump, wanted to make clear that they, and not Trump, are the real consumers of infants.


  6. Cheque d'Out says:

    Professional betting company odds

    Paddy Power odds. In think they have it.

    Government Motion for 29/03/2019 to pass (Void if no vote)

    No – 1/14
    Yes – 7/1

    May’s MV3 is shagged.


  7. Cheque d'Out says:

    (John the Vulcan) Redwood (MP) is a good boy, solid

    ‘The Political Declaration is referred to in the Withdrawal Agreement and is an integral part of the deal with the EU. Under the EU withdrawal Act they need to have a vote on both together, so today’s vote does not provide legal support in UK law. Labour are on to this. The government also refuse to publish the Withdrawal Agreement Bill, presumably because it would show just how controlled by the EU we would be if we were stupid enough to sign it.‘


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  9. Farm Boy says:

    Imagine you spent two years completely screwing up at your job, I mean not merely getting every single thing wrong but loudly, proudly getting in everyone else’s face about how right you are. You’d get fired, terminated, 86’d, and Schiff-canned. But not the mainstream media. The media hacks failed for two years-plus, nonstop and without equivocation, but are they ever going to be held to account? No, they’re just going to gather in a big circle and Pulitzer each other.

    Imagine you committed a racial hate crime where you falsely accused people who didn’t look or think like you of a horrible atrocity, and that you’d have gladly picked some poor saps with the wrong skin tone out of a line-up and sent them to prison for decades given the chance. Now imagine the two half-wits you hired to help you managed to get caught on video buying their stereotype get-up and spilled it all to the fuzz, though the fact you paid them with a check – because you’re a criminal mastermind – was already enough to get a grand jury to indict your sorry AOC. Now, what are the chances the DA is going to transform your 16 felony counts into a $10K fine and a couple days community servicing? Your chances of said outcome are poor. They are poor because your pals are neither Mrs. Obama or Willie Brown’s gal pal

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  10. Larry G says:

    Happy Brexit to you! Happy Brexit to YOU! Haaaaaappy Brexit to youuuuu!

    Liked by 2 people

  11. Cheque d'Out says:

    Yeah…nah…who knows?

    Liked by 1 person

  12. Cheque d'Out says:

    Turd vote is in. May’s deal FUCKING FAILS even in it’s stripped back form. FUCKING GO

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  13. Cheque d'Out says:

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  14. Cheque d'Out says:

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  15. Cheque d'Out says:


    Our treacherous scumbag politicians revoke Article 50 and we remain and the party starts(?)


  16. Cheque d'Out says:

    I said I’d wait on Mogg till I saw the vote

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  17. Farm Boy says:

    Happy Brexit to you! Happy Brexit to YOU! Haaaaaappy Brexit to youuuuu!

    Will there be fireworks?

    Real or metaphorical?

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  18. Farm Boy says:

    Reporters and editors often make news judgments based on their guesses of what the underlying truth is. When those guesses are wrong — in this case, spectacularly wrong — they further a narrative that can fairly be called “fake.” Clearly, many in the media thought Collusiongate was their generation’s Watergate, their road to fame and fortune, plus repudiation of a president and party they hated. Instead, it became a road to their own disgrace.

    On Collusiongate, the CIA and the FBI were acting contrary to their usual rule of refraining from interference in domestic politics. Instead, as has become clear thanks largely to former House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes, R-Calif., they were relying heavily on a document bought and paid for by the Democratic National Committee, to the point of presenting it as evidence to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court without identifying its provenance.


  19. Imagine you spent two years completely screwing up at your job, I mean not merely getting every single thing wrong but loudly, proudly getting in everyone else’s face about how right you are. You’d get fired, terminated, 86’d, and Schiff-canned. But not the mainstream media. The media hacks failed for two years-plus, nonstop and without equivocation, but are they ever going to be held to account? No, they’re just going to gather in a big circle and Pulitzer each other.

    The thing here is that the MSM is perfectly happy with their own actions. They didn’t screw up, Mueller did. He was supposed to get Trump impeached and HE failed, not them. Besides the only way the MSM can be held to account is by people ignoring them. If Bezos (WaPo) and Slim (NYT) want have their own propaganda outlets, that’s perfectly fine, but if nobody read them, if those rags weren’t able to influence people, those oligarchs would turn off the life-support and both those rags HQ buildings would turn into wig stores a month or two.

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  20. Cheque d'Out says:

    Worst robo-check ever

    Liked by 5 people

  21. Farm Boy says:

    According to Ocasio-Cortez’s tinfoil hat theory, the alleged culprits are “dedicated to maligning” her and “stoking national division.”


  22. “Clearly, many in the media thought Collusiongate was their generation’s Watergate,”

    They didn’t “think it”, they “wanted it”, desperately.

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  23. Farm Boy says:

    Nigerian Brothers’ Attorney Rips Smollett’s Attorney For ‘Whiteface’ Suggestion: She’s ‘Giving Lawyers A Bad Name’


  24. Farm Boy says:

    Why does every gerneratuon need a Watergate?

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  25. Farm Boy says:

    They failed in transparency, not even bothering to notify reporters, the police department, or the mayor of their decision to suddenly wipe clean Smollett’s record. They also didn’t bother getting a confession or apology out of Smollett, allowing the actor to immediately “preen for the cameras about his innocence” and his lawyers to gallingly declare Thursday: “It is the mayor and the police chief who owe Jussie — owe him an apology — for dragging an innocent man’s character through the mud. Jussie has paid enough.”


  26. Farm Boy says:

    “In my opinion, the lyingest sh*tweasel in this whole Russian collusion clown show has been Congressman Adam Schiff. He’s been insisting all along that he’s seen “conclusive evidence” of Trump’s involvement with shady Russian operatives who helped him steal the presidency from Hillary, the rightful winner of the 2016 election. Which would be news to Robert Mueller, who’s been looking for precisely this evidence for 2 whole years. Which raises the question: If Schiff actually had evidence, why didn’t he put it on a thumb drive and walk it over to Mueller’s office? Was that so hard? If he’s been sitting on it all of this time, wouldn’t that be obstruction of justice. If I were Mueller, I’d be thoroughly p*ssed. So does Schiff have the goods on Trump or not? Because if he’s got nothing (as I suspect), then what he did is the equivalent of shouting ‘FIRE!’ in a crowded theater when there is no fire. There should be consequences. At the very least, Schiff needs to put up or shut up.”

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  27. Those Watergate reporters were media heroes. All “journalists” today are basically narcissists that want to be famous “heroes of democracy”.

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  28. Farm Boy says:


  29. Farm Boy says:

    Here is what PDJT thinks of Schiff

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  30. Farm Boy says:

    Liz sent in this fully developed meme of herself in honor of May and Company

    Liked by 4 people

  31. Farm Boy says:

    Probably she isn’t referring to herself

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  32. Cheque d'Out says:

    Outside Parliament

    Theme from The Battle of Britain playing right now

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  33. Farm Boy says:

    They seem happy

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  34. Farm Boy says:

    Afterwards, May told MPs: “The implications of the house’s decision are grave,” and added: “I fear we are reaching the limits of this process in this house.”


  35. Farm Boy says:

    It’s pretty simple: Men and women in the same job should get the same pay. The House has passed the #PaycheckFairnessAct to help make equal pay a reality. It’s 2019! Let’s get it done.

    — Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) March 28, 2019


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  38. Cheque d'Out says:


  39. Cheque d'Out says:

    RealEmotion • a minute ago
    Local Conservative Councillor just came to the door asking to speak to me.

    Mrs RE said ” You really do NOT want to speak to him now”

    Can we put boards on your trees/”

    “After 50 years NO!!”

    ” More or less the reaction I am getting from most.”

    Nice chap. Tough.


  40. Cheque d'Out says:

    My Polling Card for 2nd May came today,


  41. Cheque d'Out says:

    21 minutes back from NOW (this comment’s timestamp) is Mark Francois MP telling us the current situation


  42. Cheque d'Out says:

    ex-beebite wanker Peston, traitor to the nation

    Jerusalem is a candidate for English National Anthem

    Though as I’ve said before, I prefer, I vow to thee, my country

    To be fair, we have a few options

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  43. Cheque d'Out says:

    Looking a bit tattered right now, but…


  44. Cheque d'Out says:

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  45. Cheque d'Out says:

    Just about to start. This could be bloody. Moggster let down a lot of people today. He might have thought he was doing it for the best of reasons…but it has gone down rather badly with us proles.


  46. Cheque d'Out says:


  47. Cheque d'Out says:

    Told you he was a wanker


  48. Cill says:

    In the real world it is the 30th March. The 29th was yesterday. According to legal principle (not the machinations of pathological liars) the UK is now out of the EU.

    In the actual world, the EU is increasingly irrelevant. The WTO is more relevant than the European Common Market by far. People of the UK: live with it as the rest of us do.

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  49. Cill says:

    I’m with Larry.

    Haaaappy brexit to youuuuu

    Hey! If you do hold a party, I’ll come!

    Liked by 4 people

  50. Cill says:

    I’ll come all over the place bwahahahaha

    Liked by 6 people

  51. Cheque d'Out says:

    There’s a lot of them about TBF

    Liked by 1 person

  52. Cheque d'Out says:

    Enquiring minds


  53. Cheque d'Out says:

    In response to the LBC show we have

    Dear lovely, lovely Moggster,

    I hear that you fear that another GE might lead to lots of fringe parties making headway.
    Please put such concerns out of your head, they are not something to worry you.
    Your job, and that of your fellow lamestream liblabcon politicians, was to make such parties unnecessary to the vast majority of the common people.

    Sadly, you and the majority of the liblabcon scummers that stood on a manifesto of leaving the EU and then reneged on that (and I do not care what the reasons are, I just don’t), you have created the political environment where a much larger number of people will look to place their votes elsewhere, as is their right. Your parties are broken, your tears about that irrelevant, you broke it and I doubt that you can fix it

    Après vous le déluge and that’s all your faults.

    Fīat jūstitia ruat cælum* mofuckers

    *a Latin legal phrase, meaning “Let justice be done though the heavens fall.”

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  54. Cill says:

    Spawny at 8:03

    Is a binary answer required?

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  55. Larry G says:

    Please Note:
    After the UK finally gets out of the EU, a “coming out” party will be held. Wine, cake and ice cream will be served/ Please withhold all gifts, gracious cards wishing well are acceptable. RSVP

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  56. Larry G says:

    “I’ll come all over the place bwahahahaha”
    Crude, Cill…funny as fuck, but crude

    [Seems apropos this does]

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  57. Cill says:

    Your appreciation of refined humour is laudable, Larry.

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  58. Larry G says:

    Oh shit! Liberal Bugeyeitis is contagious! We are just soooo fucked…


  59. Cill says:

    The BEME MEME they are.

    Bug Eyed Morons Extraordinaire.

    Liked by 2 people

  60. Larry G says:

    that last pic was a Democrat border collie

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  61. Cill says:

    A Border Collie of the BEME variety

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  62. Cill says:

    Fuck. I give up.


  63. Farm Boy says:

    To be a fraud or a wanker?
    That is the question…


  64. Farm Boy says:

    Which one of those things above are border collies?

    Which ones identify as border collies?


  65. Larry G says:

    well in my so humble opinion, Cill’s pic is certainly a border collie albeit with goodly sized teeth, the Schiff-for-Brains is also in the running…the blue/brown eyed Mexican mutt is an impostor, he has no legitimate claim at being a border collie

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  66. Larry G says:

    “To be a fraud or a wanker?
    That is the question…”

    Wanker…….wankers get pussy,
    Fraudsters get jail


  67. Cheque d'Out says:

    Lamestream media starting to feel the lurv

    Channel 4 even further left than the BBC.

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  68. Farm Boy says:

    Over the last few generations, Buckley contends, America’s elites have stood in the way of the working class’s pursuit of the American dream by devising, and then tenaciously defending, policies that actually impede upward economic mobility. Here Buckley covers a good deal of ground, but three examples stand out.

    America has an extensive and burdensome system of regulations. Innumerable and arcane rules set up daunting barriers to an ordinary person who might aspire to start a small business. Those same rules provide high-paying employment for members of the elite—the lawyers and bureaucrats who write the rules and run compliance programs (programs that large corporations can afford much more easily than small businesses can). America’s immigration system brings in large numbers of relatively low-skilled workers. The result is cheap labor for the kinds of jobs that our elites pay other people to do, but lower wages and less economic mobility for people who do them. Finally, our elites resist efforts to channel public funds to private schools. As a result, ordinary Americans must rely on a public school system with no real competition and therefore no incentive to improve. Meanwhile, the children of the elites attend expensive private schools that ordinary Americans could never afford

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  69. Farm Boy says:

    Failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is none too pleased with NASA canceling the historic all-female spacewalk for lack of a medium-sized spacesuit


  70. Cheque d'Out says:

    Interesting, more in the thread


  71. Farm Boy says:

    A software engineer at Google has made another devastating reveal of Google’s liberal bias.

    Mike Wacker leaked two pages of far-left dogma on race, privilege, and sexuality published in Google’s Allyship 101 “diversity training” materials. He quipped on Twitter, “At Google, we are a nonpartisan company…so long as you first accept our highly partisan definitions of key terms.” He elaborated that these policy-shaping definitions come from sources like “UC Berkeley and also Robin DiAngelo, the author of White Fragility.” Wacker previously made headlines when he claimed that a Google manager vowed “we need to stop hate [speech] and fake news because that’s how Trump won the election.”

    The handout cited many talking points from far left academia. They cited Gender as a “socially constructed system of classification.” It also defined “whiteness” as a “constantly shifting boundary separating those who are entitled to have certain privileges from those whose exploitation and vulnerability to violence is justified by their not being white.”


  72. Cheque d'Out says:

    A wanker is universally disliked. A shithead, tosspot or twat. Not a bad boy.

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  73. Cheque d'Out says:

    Should be out NOW

    Liked by 5 people

  74. So in that Biden story the girl admits that she freezes up when put in stressful situations but she still wants to be boss over her state. Okay then.

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  75. Joe Biden famously said just this week that the Joe Bidens of the world must be stopped; and he’s gonna get right on that after he helps OJ to find the real killer.

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  76. Cheque d'Out says:

    One scumbag traitor Tory MP who talked to the EU, telling them how to hammer the UK…sacked by his constituency

    Liked by 1 person

  77. Cheque d'Out says:

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  78. Cheque d'Out says:

    Hmm not heard this before

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  79. Cheque d'Out says:

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  80. Cheque d'Out says:

    Going out to Dominic

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  81. Cheque d'Out says:

    True, kinda


  82. Cill says:

    The Patriarch at 11:33

    Deselect your Remainer Conservative MP

    You pommy beauties!

    Go for it. Kick the buggers out.

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  83. Cheque d'Out says:

    From twitter

    Grieve told members their presence was evidence that “participatory democracy is (not) dying”. They responded by laughing sarcastically and heckling. “We’re here to boot you out!” said one

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  84. Farm Boy says:

    It is past midnight. Is the UK still part of the EU?


  85. Cheque d'Out says:

    Cill, it’s the little things in life that keep your sense of humour ticking over

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  86. Cheque d'Out says:

    Yes and/or no. And it was midnight eurotime, 23:00 here.

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  87. Farm Boy says:

    Several Democratic lawmakers replaced the POW/MIA flags outside their Capitol Hill offices with transgender equality flags to protest President Trump’s new policy on transgender troops.

    The National Center for Transgender Equality sent flags to all members of Congress, including Republicans, to commemorate “Trans Visibility Week,” Fox News reports.

    I am thinking that trannies are normally visible enough


  88. Cheque d'Out says:

    Tub of lard Dale, cuckservative media host tries to whip up some sympathy for his chum Grieve. Check the replies…

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  89. Farm Boy says:

    On Wednesday, Speaker of the House Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) spoke about the alleged “wage gap” while delivering a speech on the floor of the House of Representatives regarding the “Paycheck Fairness Act.”


  90. Cheque d'Out says:


  91. BuenaVista says:

    CdO, I’m with you on the Holst. It’s a perfect anthem for the island nation.

    But you got me listening tonight, to Holst, Elgar, Vaughn Williams and I had to suffer an interview with a deputy sheriff, who had received a report that there was a man in distress by the lake in a truck. I was polite but my word.

    I played all these tunes as a boy, then at the conservatory, several instruments, and they are more powerful now than then. I really appreciate your posting a sequence.

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  92. BuenaVista says:

    CdO, can you help me out with one thing? Why do Brits pronounce “Ralph” like “Rafe” (rhymes with “strafe” Americanos)?


  93. Cheque d'Out says:

    I’m glad its not just me, we sang those hymns as kids at school, I still feel them.

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  94. Cheque d'Out says:

    There’s an English actor called Ralph Fiennes who pronounces it Rafe, I think. Otherwise, for me at least, Ralph does not rhyme with Rafe.

    Bonus round; Graham is Gray-am btw. Not Gram.


  95. BuenaVista says:

    Everyone here says “Rafe” Vaughn Williams. Perhaps it’s an affectation unique to aspirational colonials.


  96. Cheque d'Out says:

    Another favourite hymn

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  97. Cheque d'Out says:

    I think it might be an aspirational British class thing too…

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  98. Cill says:

    FB “It is past midnight. Is the UK still part of the EU?”

    No. Everything else is a charade.

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  99. Cheque d'Out says:

    About to get some sleep, it’s been a long day. Some angels to wing me to whatever dreams I have that I don’t remember

    Don’t let The Mighty Ton catch you listening to this stuff though…

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  100. Liz says:

    Mike bought me a coffee mug today that says, “My cuddles are fierce”
    That sums me up pretty well.

    Liked by 2 people

  101. Cheque d'Out says:

    That’s better…probably…maybe…

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  102. BuenaVista says:

    Well, I still get worked up at church if, by accident, the pastor chooses the Doxology. It’s really just a brief prayer but it is complete, it is truly perfect.

    Even Unitarians use to sing the Doxology. Anglican guy wrote that, too, 400 years ago. I didn’t know, until just now, that Izaak Walton (the naturalist and writer) was his adoptive father.

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  103. Cill says:

    Sleep well, me old Empire.

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  104. Cheque d'Out says:

    One last laugh. The Independent Group, the new lot, the TIGs…registered as a proper party. Change United Kingdom, something like that. Thus we have the official CUK Party. ISYN.


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  105. You’re going to post music videos from The Cult and not put up Love Removal Machine? You are tired. Hit the sack.

    Baby, baby, baby, baby, baby… I fell from the sky…..

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  106. I don’t always listen to The Cult, but when I do ….. SO DO THE NEIGHBORS!

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  107. Ame says:

    idk if this has been shared yet as i’m behind on reading the comments 🙂

    61 year old woman gives birth to her son’s child so son and his gay marriage partner could have a child:


  108. BuenaVista says:

    This is a more elaborate Doxology, on the Queen’s 60th anniversary of her installation.

    I say the Lord’s Prayer every night (followed by a Protestant extemperaneous appeal to Jesus) and every time I wake up. I think I will add the Doxology. Thos. Ken d. 1711.

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  109. Cheque d'Out says:

    She sells sanctuary is one of my most favourites

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  110. Liz says:

    Peace Dog (B52 baby)….


  111. Liz says:

    This is a more elaborate Doxology, on the Queen’s 60th anniversary of her installation.

    That was beautiful, BV, thanks for the link. 🙂


  112. BuenaVista says:

    The Maddy Prior piece has to be 15th century, early 16th at the latest. Not 18th.


  113. Liz says:

    The cult was one of the first bands Mike introduced me to. Free concert night, outdoors, on campus. They played the Peace Dog song in the plane, right before their first jump, when he was at the Army airborne jump school. He said it was very surreal.

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  114. Cill says:

    The land of the Patriarch is in rough seas right now. Watch how she goes

    Liked by 2 people

  115. Cill says:

    Go to 2:40:

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  116. Well the Rainbow cover is great, I prefer this video version:

    See if you can guess why…


  117. BuenaVista says:

    Cill’s first sailing vid: 10 guys with their butts over the gunwhale, On a broad reach. AND the main already 50% reefed. A little windy that day.

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  118. SFC Ton says:

    I think Y’all have gotten weirder then I can juggle

    Course i could be extra drunk right now

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  119. BuenaVista says:



  120. @cdo I can only imagine how you and those who voted out must feel. Darkest before dawn. Do not give up hope. Stand firm. Don’t quit one step before you win. More came to your side today from the shenanigans revealed than crossed camps . Guarenteed.

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  121. Cill says:

    “I think Y’all have gotten weirder then I can juggle”

    If you’re talking about brexit, you,re only right by half.


  122. Cill says:

    Some good folk on ss

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  123. Cill says:

    You’re a sailor BV.
    Brotherhood mate.

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  124. Farm Boy says:

    Most “mainstream” journalists are not merely biased, but have a narrative story line in mind when they begin “reporting,” so that when they call you on the phone, they aren’t looking for actual information and perspective—they are looking for a specific quote to drop in their story that fits their narrative. The point is: when you deal with the media, it is not just their innate liberalism you need to be on guard for—you need to keep in mind that they already have their story written.

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  125. Farm Boy says:

    Much to AMLO’s surprise, he got a wet mop in the face from Spain, from its socialist foreign minister, no less. Foreign minister Josep Borrell said Spain would refuse to apologize for the 500-year-old conquest and reminded Mexico that they’d settled these matters many years before. It was an unexpectedly strong sign that the era of Big Apology is now over.

    What’s more, Spain was hardly an unalloyed villain in the conquest of Mexico. As Instapundit points out, it literally freed Mexico from slavery and human sacrifice culture of the vicious Aztec empire. “They didn’t ‘conquer’ Mexico. They freed it from the savage Aztec empire,” Glenn Reynolds notes. Most important here was Queen Isabella of Castile’s watershed declaration that Indians are people, with souls, and worthy of conversion to Christianity.

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  126. Cill says:

    I’m intimately acquainted with a number of Larrys IRL, scattered around the globe and from experience I can tell you every bloody one of them is a goddamn unapologetic rascal. No offence Larry. It takes one to know one.

    Someone should write a post on the Larry alternative to Western Women. Not Larry himself of course, he’d besmirch the discourse with undue ribald humour, something with which I’m currently endeavoring to disassociate myself.

    I know it won’t be thoroughly told. It never is. But Larry has done something few other buggers have done effectively. It didn’t happen without a shitload of caution and mistakes and good choices, but it did happen. He got a woman on acceptable terms.

    [Going to mention border collies I thought you were]

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  127. Farm Boy says:

    Let them eat poop

    Wealthy Liberals In Pelosi’s San Fran District Raise $60G To Fight Center For City’s Homeless

    NIMBY liberals = not in my backyard, the same folks who will then turn around and blame Trump for the homeless and being mean to illegal aliens.

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  128. Farm Boy says:

    Last night, in the House of Commons, the supposed mother of parliaments, 184 MPs voted in favour of revoking Article 50. To put this in plain English, 28 per cent of members of parliament made it clear, as part of a series of indicative votes, that they would like to see Brexit halted and ideally reversed. That is, more than a quarter of the people in this supposedly democratic chamber stood in symbolic opposition to the largest democratic act in UK history. They defied the people. They pitted themselves, arrogantly, against the public; against the very source of their political legitimacy. If this doesn’t capture the gaping chasm between the political elites and the people, the huge democratic deficit of the 21st century, then I don’t know what does

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  129. Cheque d'Out says:

    Revocation is still the danger, this is why the demonstrations outside parliament and the de-selections are important to send a message to MPs that there’s anger at their antics. They already know that they don’t want their names on the revocation vote.

    Tory MPs told May that long extensions are unacceptable, so they’re helpful.

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  130. Reporter saying Brexit protestors are mainly “white people” seems to be forgetting The UK is, ummmm, historically European???

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  131. Cheque d'Out says:
    Brexit: Theresa May ponders fourth bid to pass deal


  132. Cheque d'Out says:

    This is the problem

    Liked by 1 person

  133. Cill says:

    “Brexit: Theresa May ponders fourth bid to pass deal”

    Sometimes the best humour is unintentional. Read that again:

    “Brexit: Theresa May ponders fourth bid to pass deal”. I revise. That’s intentional humour you scurrilous rogue.


  134. SFC Ton says:

    I wonder if tinder will come up with a feature that makes woman pit down their real age, correct weight and post onky non filtered photos

    Liked by 3 people

  135. Cill says:

    It’s my time to hit the sack. See all y’all in the morrow.

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  136. Cheque d'Out says:

    Humour is keeping people going until matters are settled, then we’ll see what needs to be really settled.

    Dominic the EU patriot Grieve losing a no-confidence is great.

    Now the meedja and other MPs (including laba ones) are wailing about it because they see the revolting peasants are getting a bit ructious at their anti-democratic, parliamentary antics.

    The next step is what CCHQ (cuckservative cunt HQ, I guess. Something like that) intends to do about it a local association going rogue. The party is very top down so that diversity candidate lists and central party preferred candidates can be imposed on them.

    You can’t force the foot soldiers to go out and take abuse on the door step for a candidate that they hate. But if you let them choose their own candidates…the horror!…they might not choose traitors like Grieve, useless diversity candidates, useless mongs like CallMeDave. Where does that lead?

    Healthy party roots supporting a party in touch with what the voters want…bloody hell.

    They might even get round to defenestrating (literal meaning exiting via the window) a leader that appears to many to be mentally ill or utterly owned by mentally ill people.

    If the vote comes again we might well see the defeat get bigger. A few in the ERG appear to have realised their mistake. Whether their decision on choosing the best path was correct or incorrect, the people don’t like it. We’d rather they stood firm and let the cards fall as they may. We’re done with lawyering, we don’t want to leave our country in the hands of crooked courts and politicians…we want out and we’ll deal with the consequences.

    Many a leadership candidate’s odds took a beating yesterday. We can see who stood for the convictions and who (perhaps honestly for the best of reasons) did not.
    The Moggster did not.
    BloJo did not (not that I ever rated him as trustworthy)

    Steve Baker did. (he did a great exposé on May’s BREXIT shenanigans, from the inside)
    John ‘the Vulcan’ Redwood did.

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  137. Cheque d'Out says:

    “I wonder if tinder will come up with a feature that makes woman pit down their real age, correct weight and post onky non filtered photos”

    I’ve heard that tottering around on 5″ heels actually gets these women ‘feeling’ that they’re that tall. People are weird man, people are dumb.

    I used to like women in heels and makeup, but they’re taking the fakery so far now that it’s turning them plastic and mad. And into attention hos willing to slut it up to any level to climb up the crab bucket. Not that the soy-boys don’t have many issues too.

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  138. Cheque d'Out says:

    Brexit protester shuts down Eurostar: Travel chaos for thousands as ALL trains are cancelled this morning after lone man waving the flag of St George climbs onto the roof of London St Pancras for 12 HOURS

    I certainly hope that no remoaner MPs were inconvenienced

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  139. Cheque d'Out says:

    The aforementioned Steve Baker MP


  140. Cheque d'Out says:

    Very well said, as far as I can determine

    Eraser of Love
    The F troop of spackers that infest every strata of the house of commons wouldn’t last until the first 9am flush of the Armitage Shanks Shithouse Of a Monday Morning in a place of Business or dojo of Commerce. A place where men earn a pound Note in a going Concern.

    With a few exceptions, 650 of the fuckers forever steaming in their own progressive juices who would shit their meat rack tenderised slack colons out in terror, if they ever left their gilded cages gorging on the rock hard fiscal public tit to earn a pound note in the real world.

    All mainlining the Guardian newspaper over breakfast every morning which acts as a slow release analgesic opioid upon their leftist ganglia, Conjuring up incantations of harmonious accord across europe. Everyone sunk to the nuts up each other in one love EU Ecstasy.

    Nothing but whipped mutts slumbering at the feet of Their cruel EU Masters that feed Them their filthy Daily Kibble from their charcuterie & Sweetmeat shitpits.


  141. Cheque d'Out says:

    Bit tame and laid back compared to his Da’

    Still…not a bad effort from a DUP MP


  142. Cheque d'Out says:


  143. Cheque d'Out says:


  144. Cheque d'Out says:

    Main presenter of Channel 4 (we have a slice of the BBC license fee too) Jon Snow last night


  145. Cheque d'Out says:


  146. Cheque d'Out says:


  147. Cheque d'Out says:

    Labour party – wants to swamp the country to the detriment of the workers
    Conservative party – not interested in conserving anything except their snouts in the trough.
    Liberal Democrats – Not liberal (in the true meaning of the word) Not democrats

    Finally an accurately named party

    [Seemingly happy to be Cuks they are
    Perhaps we should interfere not]

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  148. Larry G says:

    “I’m intimately acquainted with a number of Larrys IRL, scattered around the globe and from experience I can tell you every bloody one of them is a goddamn unapologetic rascal. No offence Larry. It takes one to know one.

    Someone should write a post on the Larry alternative to Western Women. Not Larry himself of course, he’d besmirch the discourse with undue ribald humour, something with which I’m currently endeavoring to disassociate myself.

    I know it won’t be thoroughly told. It never is. But Larry has done something few other buggers have done effectively. It didn’t happen without a shitload of caution and mistakes and good choices, but it did happen. He got a woman on acceptable terms.

    [Going to mention border collies I thought you were]”

    Wow! Nice write-up, Cill..such flattery sent my way that is so entirely deserved too! I shall attempt to amplify a few points though…..

    1.) I’m intimately acquainted with a number of Larrys IRL, scattered around the globe and from experience I can tell you every bloody one of them is a goddamn unapologetic rascal
    (why, yes indeed. One should not apologize to a twit when one really does not give a fuck if the twit in question is offended and has hurt feelz in the first place.)

    2.) No offence Larry. It takes one to know one.
    (LMAO! None taken….a thin skin I do NOT have, tends to make one immune from apprentice bullshitters. Only journeyman and master bullshitters have a chance at getting me mildly miffed. That and really stupid customers and feminists.)

    3.) Someone should write a post on the Larry alternative to Western Women. Not Larry himself of course, he’d besmirch the discourse with undue ribald humour, something with which I’m currently endeavoring to disassociate myself.
    (Now Cill, would I do that, mate? God created Western women as a bad example of what NOT to accept if men wish to have contented and joyful lives. Once He was done with the Asian and EE females, He had a bucket full of leftovers so He threw together a western cunt and called it Sandi. He conned Adam into taking her and said “Now she’s your problem!”)

    4.) But Larry has done something few other buggers have done effectively. It didn’t happen without a shitload of caution and mistakes and good choices, but it did happen. He got a woman on acceptable terms.
    (The last part is quite true, I did purchase an acceptable NON-western woman. Still have the bill of sale too, nicey framed and hanging in the hallway. That has pissed off numerous shrieking females frequently, refer back to point 1. I suppose the bill of sale and having my wife wash my feet sends them frothing barking mad….which I soooo fucking enjoy!)

    5.) ok, Border collies. There, well mentioned.

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  149. Cheque d'Out says:

    Kate Hoey (Labour) MP


  150. Cheque d'Out says:

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  151. Farm Boy says:

    Reporter saying Brexit protestors are mainly “white people”

    Apparently white people are supposed to not have a position on anything. Other groups, however, can

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  152. Cheque d'Out says:

    UK Politics is a Norwegian Blue Border Collie

    [Looks dead it does]

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  153. Cheque d'Out says:

    They often kip on their backs.

    [Doesnt mean that not dead it is]

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  154. Farm Boy says:

    From Ton’s link,

    But among the 23 percent of adults — or nearly 1 in 4 — who spent the year in a celibate state, a much larger than expected number of them were twentysomething men, according to the latest data from the General Social Survey.

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  155. Larry G says:

    Cill got me to thinking about why I can be such an uncaring prick from time to time….

    When much younger, I was graced with a step-father who, without a doubt, was an evil bastard. I learned from him that dark humor, open mockery; and when necessary, targeted extreme violence are all acceptable forms of self defense. Just before I left home to join the military at the tender age of 17, I gave him a well deserved and way over due first class beating, which I enjoyed and he did not. Perhaps I’ll expand on this a bit later after I’ve had my morning coffee….

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  156. Farm Boy says:


    So how did your Mom go about choosing him?


  157. Larry G says:

    Chuck Schumer selfie….

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  158. BuenaVista says:

    There’s a British TV serial called “Piece of Cake” (refers to flying a Spitfire under a low bridge) from the 90’s. There’s real flying in it, extremely enjoyable. They play the Holst hymn/anthem when the credits roll.

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  159. Larry G says:

    So how did your Mom go about choosing him?”

    The stainless steel answer would be “out of pure desperation”, love had little to do with her choosing him. My biological father died when I was only 8 and left my mother with four small kids to feed. So, the dipshit proposed, she accepted and we were fucked for the next decade.

    [Sad this would be]


  160. Cheque d'Out says:


  161. BuenaVista says:

    I’m just an inland lakes sailor, Cill. Dinghies and racing scows. Only sailed offshore on other people’s boats. The only times I was in weather such as your video shows was on a steel trawler with twin Cats. I’d be pretty useless on one of your high-performance modern sloops.

    I did almost buy one of these a few years ago but decided to go back to the prairie. This is the very boat I almost bought; I see she’s for sale again. Hmmm. Hmmm hmmm. I’ve got the truck to haul her up to Lake Superior and back for summer fun. The builder, Bob Derektor, later built a few America’s Cup competitors. I was head-over-heels wacko for his daughter when I was 17. She danced with my sister in NYC. I had a major red pill moment a few years ago when I looked her up on he internet and OMG I dodged a major bullet.

    I go for the classic wooden boats. My ex’s family had this Herreshoff custom built for them 100 years ago, as well as a little Bullseye for knocking around close to shore:


    A Bullseye:

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  162. Larry G says:

    A few positive things about having an asshole for a step-father….

    1.) Toughened me up damn quick against insults, mild punches and assorted “punishments”
    2.) Vastly improved my aim and perfected fast follow up shots using lever-action and semi-auto rifles
    3.) Enhances self reliance and cunning, while learning the art of ambush
    4.) Removes all of my moral self-judgments about defending what is mine
    5.) First defined what “a friend” was in reality, not some shitbag that ran like a rat at the first trouble
    6.) Discovered that a Buck hunting knife had multiple purposes

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  163. “I wonder if tinder will come up with a feature that makes woman pit down their real age, correct weight and post onky non filtered photos”

    Is that make-up remover app still out there, or did it get de-rezzed?


  164. Cheque d'Out says:

    Real or touched up?

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    What this guy doesn’t get is that women already have all the benefits of temporary marriage and that current marriage is completely weighted in the woman’s favor. Why would she ever give that up? And he’s a relationship cuck, I mean coach.

    [Often supposed experts are not
    More people understand this they should]

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  166. Farm Boy says:

    But the real reason I think I can no longer date white women isn’t any of that. It’s because in today’s hashtag-woke society, there is mad pressure to be hashtag-woke. To be aware of the implications of whom you’re attracted to and why. Which means that in the eyes of others, the color of the women I date is a big deal. Like I’m the problem. Like I’m betraying my people if I date white women.

    But I was taught that we were all one people!*

    I see people watching me with a stink eye, noses turned up, as if they think black and brown people would somehow be better off if I dumped my white girlfriend. It’s a lot of pressure. Along with each watchful eye, the whispers of, “Pick a side, Chris, pick a side,” fill my already noisy mind..

    How did we get here? If everyone is so woke, why are things so terrible?


  167. Liz says:

    Humour is keeping people going until matters are settled
    That is very British. 🙂

    Apparently white people are supposed to not have a position on anything. Other groups, however, can
    Shut up and get back to work, whitey!!

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  168. Liz says:

    Bullschiff’s speech was gobsmackingly stupid.
    Yet for some reason the masses believed it to be profound. But this line was the best:
    “You might think it’s ok that their only disappointment after that meeting was that the dirt they received on Hillary Clinton wasn’t better. You might think it’s OK. I don’t!”

    I had to read the text, as I can’t stream well out here so I have to ask…
    was Schiff saying this with a straight face? Did he smirk or was there any note/hint of irony?
    I find it hard to fathom a more hypocritical statement considering the subject matter.
    He must have to whistle when he takes a crap so he knows which end to wipe.

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  169. Farm Boy says:

    This Wake Forest student said her offended peers ‘need to grow up.’ She got death threats

    A Wake Forest University student has received death threats and been called a “Nazi” on Twitter for mocking the university’s outsized response to a “build a wall” joke on Instagram.

    One wonders what is wrong with these people


  170. Cheque d'Out says:

    Sink the Bismarck – the whole thing

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  171. Farm Boy says:

    This being Hollywood, she tried to tell the accusers she had just slimed that “I truly respect and admire them for speaking their truth.” There is not “your” truth and “my” truth. There’s just truth, and that’s especially important in sex-abuse cases.

    She can apologize for what she “meant” to say all day long. But she callously suggested that an adult superstar’s “sexual needs” were more important than the children’s trauma.


  172. Cheque d'Out says:

    Battle of the River Plate
    Graf Spee

    Both links were a bit slow to come up, but they did work

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  173. Cheque d'Out says:


  174. Farm Boy says:

    The Senate minority leader–Deep Stater par excellence–knew whereof he spoke. But Trump somehow survived the storm, although sometimes it seemed as if he wouldn’t. Now, some of the obvious parties –John K. Brennan and James Clapper with their apparatchik miens — have suddenly found themselves in the crosshairs, as the Washington Times notes:

    “Special counsel Robert Mueller’s finding that there was no Trump campaign conspiracy with Russia to steal the 2016 election has unleashed a tsunami of outrage toward Obama-era intelligence chiefs, particularly former CIA Director John O. Brennan and former FBI Director James B. Comey, who are accused of pushing the allegation during congressional hearings, in social media posts and in highly charged interviews on television over the past two years.

    Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper also leveled up highly publicized comments that President Trump could even be an “asset” of Russian President Vladimir Putin, part of a slew of remarks that critics say went far beyond the usual partisan sniping that can accompany a change of administrations.”

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  175. SFC Ton says:

    I’ve known several men who purchased their wives. The smartest all bought chicks from the same extended family

    [Family reputations matter they do.
    Probably impacted their upbringing it did]

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  176. Cheque d'Out says:

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  177. Cheque d'Out says:

    Jon ‘never seen so many white faces’ Snow
    Jon ‘fuck the tories’ Snow

    Star of Channel 4 comfy left news.

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  178. Cheque d'Out says:

    Video from the de-selection meeting

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  179. Cheque d'Out says:

    or rather, the no-confidence vote meeting for Grievous. But that’s just step one to getting him out so…


  180. Farm Boy says:

    Holmes was “infatuated” with Steve Jobs’ signature look of black turtlenecks and Levi’s jeans, and asked Arriola how she could create the same aesthetic for herself. Holmes (who slept about four hours a night) seemed to think a similar, uniformed look would give off the impression that she was completely devoted to Theranos, and had no time to pick out her clothes.


  181. Farm Boy says:

    Horseman says,

    Cappy continues
    “And if women are truly equal to men, then they should be ashamed of being too intellectually weak to acknowledge what they want “deep down inside,” and consequently too cowardly to stand up to feminism and feminists and say

    “No, I want a husband and children. I don’t want to work or commute or wake up at 6AM or look at a screen. I don’t want an MBA or a Masters in Sociology. I don’t want to pay taxes and end up a spinster. I want a strong man who will rock my world in bed, 4 children to raise, love and cherish, who will also give me grandchildren that I can spoil rotten when I’m old. I want a family, I want love, I want what I want.”

    However, it’s very obvious which side they have chosen, whether coerced through shaming, bullying, ostracization or not.”

    Which is where the growing holding women to what they SAY comes from. You are independent, fine, just like an independent man, fend for yourself.

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  182. Liz says:

    Holmes was “infatuated” with Steve Jobs’ signature look of black turtlenecks and Levi’s jeans, and asked Arriola how she could create the same aesthetic for herself. Holmes (who slept about four hours a night) seemed to think a similar, uniformed look would give off the impression that she was completely devoted to Theranos, and had no time to pick out her clothes.

    It obviously worked.
    Last week I was doing yoga with the bendies and noticed one of the chicks had yoga pants with the periodic table on them. So we got to talking and she was a pharmacist, but she’d been a lab tech back in the day like I was. She brought up the Theranos thing…I guess there’s a documentary on it now. “Can you believe anyone was taken in by that?!” Nope.
    I still cannot believe it.

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  183. Liz says:

    If any investor had gone into any medical lab and asked the basic lab tech (the folks who use this stuff) at any time, they would have known the truth.
    But what do they know about the product they use?
    They’re the simple folk, and don’t have MBAs from Ivy League schools.

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  184. Cill says:

    “UK Politics is a Norwegian Blue Border Collie”

    Note the positioning of the nostrils at the wrong end of the beak. That’s one of the few things that Kiwis got right. Put them at the business end of the pecker FFS.

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  185. Cill says:

    And we wonder why there’s a decline in intercourse…

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  186. Cill says:

    Larry, reading between the lines I suspect the reason you have a woman on acceptable terms is due to “The Rules” and “The family” (“kin”, “clan”, “tradition”, “culture” – whatever you want to call it) as enforcer. I too have a woman on acceptable terms. She and her folks would rather be hit by a train than run afoul of the clan.

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  187. Farm Boy says:

    But the biggest reason I never believed the Russian collusion charge was that the charge emanated from the left. And the left lies about everything. Truth is a liberal value, and truth is a conservative value, but it has never been a left-wing value. People on the left say whatever advances their immediate agenda. Power is their moral lodestar; therefore, truth is always subservient to it

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  188. Farm Boy says:

    “If what the investigators were doing in 2016 was unethical, corrupt and likely unlawful, it is not wise to think they suddenly became bastions of investigative moral integrity just because they transferred into the Mueller probe in 2017. In fact, the reality is, those same people held/hold a motive to cover-up for their prior conduct; and, for the purposes of Robert Mueller, their corrupt motives were perfectly aligned.”

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  189. Cill says:

    “He must have to whistle when he takes a crap so he knows which end to wipe.”

    Yeah Liz!

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  190. Cheque d'Out says:

    That’s fine, what Prager says, but then he does the right lies; you should get married, it’s the duty of a male to choke down every single shit sandwich that society offers.

    [A real issue this would be]

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  191. Cill says:

    BV, nice boats. My personal preference is the sloop. Without getting too specific, mine is much larger. I’ve sailed her on 3 oceans, Pacific, Indian, and Antarctic. I have also ventured north of the icebergs into the Atlantic just so I can say to myself “been there”.

    My life-long dream was to sail the east coast of the Americas south to north (Montevideo being a “must see” – Spawny 2:47) then across to the UK. But… I purchased my land instead. In my absence it requires full time management by a minimum of 2 men. The logistics stack up against leaving it for a long period.

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  192. Cheque d'Out says:

    This just popped up

    The film ‘The Trench’

    A story about a group of soldiers’ last days before the battle of the Somme in 1916, showing the conditions in the trenches during World War I, and taking you into the minds of the soldiers.

    The Trench (1999)
    Studio: Arts Council of England
    Director: William Boyd
    Writer: William Boyd
    Cast: Daniel Craig, Danny Dyer, Cillian Murphy


  193. Larry G says:

    Cull, 100% correct:

    Larry, reading between the lines I suspect the reason you have a woman on acceptable terms is due to “The Rules” and “The family” (“kin”, “clan”, “tradition”, “culture” – whatever you want to call it) as enforcer.”

    Those “rules” and expectations were taught from her childhood, and to this day she follows them. Her father established and strictly enforced boundaries on his own wife and children, when my wife moved under my roof from her father’s the boundaries were already in place. She knows that there are lines she had better not cross and those limits are well defined.

    My wife is content and happy with her lot, I have heard little complaining from her, pushing on towards 26 years of marriage.

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  194. Larry G says:

    In bit of a pissy mood this afternoon….after only 9 years of working, my desktop computer decided to just say “fuck it” and is now totally tits up.
    I keep all the important stuff backed up so no disaster, but quite annoying when it croaked.
    Got a slightly used laptop to configure today…with or without a hammer


  195. Farm Boy says:

    The “Trench” is poppycock. The received wisdom states that women suffer the most in war.

    As the Somme was the biggest British disaster of the war, clearly there should have been scenes of women suffering

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  196. Farm Boy says:

    after only 9 years of working, my desktop computer decided to just say “fuck it” and is now totally tits up.

    Perhaps it is in “kip mode” like this border collie

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  197. Cill says:

    “My wife is content and happy with her lot”

    Same here. As everyone on ss knows, women without boundaries are unhappy. Although we’re not married she and her folks spoil me rotten and I have to remind myself not to let it go to my head. As my dad told me long ago: “never drop your guard”.

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  198. Larry G says:

    If a man learns nothing else, this must be memorized….
    “. As my dad told me long ago: “never drop your guard”.”

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  199. Cill says:

    “The reason why Mueller’s team ended up stopping the scheme is because William Barr showed up and refused to participate…
    that’s when Nancy Pelosi shifted her public tone on impeachment. However, it’s probable the salacious, unused and innuendo material [against Trump’s family] is still inside the Mueller report; that’s why Nadler and Schiff want to get hold of it.”

    What’s In The Full Mueller Report?…

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  200. Farm Boy says:

    All of these different kinds of border collies are rather interesting. I wonder if there is a cable channel devoted to them…

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  201. Farm Boy says:

    Civil rights activist Jesse Jackson released a statement Friday calling the decision to dismiss charges against “Empire” actor Jussie Smollett “the correct call, consistent with justice and mercy.”


  202. Cill says:

    It’s interesting that Brexit and the Left’s fabricated witch hunt against Trump have unfolded and continue to unfold at almost the same time. The reason seems to be clear. Both are the product of an elitist leftist bubble that has mushroomed simultaneously around a feminist world in which there is no true conservative party. Traditional Western values are unrepresented.The Left has felt free to bring on a lunatic level of abuse of power.

    [Oddly enough, the next two posts on this general subject they are]

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  203. Farm Boy says:

    Gratuitous images

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  204. SFC Ton says:

    Didn’t read whatever got Y’all worked up but is there really a need to? Prager belongs to the tribe and ain’t to be trusted

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  205. Cheque d'Out says:


  206. SFC Ton says:

    The logistics stack up against leaving it for a long period.

    I’m tied to the plant in similar fashion
    At least until I sell my share of it


  207. SFC Ton says:

    The trick to getting a woman on acceptable terms is to care more about your terms then you care about her

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