Feminist Bomb

Roger Blakely over at RPG’s writes,

“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.

So what precisely is this Feminist Bomb?  It is rebellious, impulsive behavior that has been encouraged by Feminism.  Girls are steeped in it from birth.  Even though these young women believe themselves to be conservatives (defined here as “not blatantly Feminists”), vestiges of Feminist Programming remain.  It is just so hard to hold back the impulses, especially when you believe that you have to power to get away with them, and the backing of so many women when you try.

But what exactly are these conservative young women?  They may come down many paths, but a commonality is that there is some type of belief certain behaviors/thinking are detrimental to their prospects.  And they would be correct; for they are detrimental to long term prospects for sure, 99% guaranteed.  For many, the goal, even if they can’t acknowledge it to themselves at the time, are kids and a healthy environment for them.  Without even thinking things through, everybody can see that ambitious Feminist types make poor mothers (if they ever become mothers).  It is also obvious that the town-bike path to motherhood is not a winning proposition.  So, conservative it is.

Almost all men are never is such a temptation-rich positions.  They must work/produce/be effective.  Realism uber alles.  No temptations there.  No bomb potential as a result.

Many of these conservative women will feel put upon eventually (has anybody not seen this?).  They just aren’t getting their due; they are just not getting what they want, what they feel they deserve.   “Welcome to life” a fella might say.  This is when the bomb start ticking.  Tick, tock.

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194 comments on “Feminist Bomb
  1. earl says:

    The globalists really found their useful idiots when it came to feminism. Weaken the men and nations through convincing women they were empowered by becoming wage slaves, promiscuous and blowing up their marriages.

    And yes every woman has this ‘bomb’. She can either do it God’s way…or detonate the bomb …and get the rewards from whichever she chooses.

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  2. Farm Boy says:

    Good to have Earl back

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  3. mgtowhorseman says:

    Strictly for educational purposes


    Put your money on red or black? (Hair)


  4. mgtowhorseman says:

    I will take the horse over the woman every time. P.s. they both ride like shit.


  5. mgtowhorseman says:

    Redhead is uncollected, lousy seat and heavy cues, horse is unrounded and can’t find his gait.

    Brunette never gives him his head. Whips for speed then keeps checking him because she gets scared. He is gonna mouth sour in a heartbeat.

    Typical women. All flash no skill.


  6. Ame says:

    this is sooo cool!

    The Language of Glove, these gloves transliterate sign language into text and speech.

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  7. Ame says:

    “You have a feminist bomb in you,”

    interesting way to word it.

    it’s hard to get to know someone well enough to know what ‘bombs’ they have inside that could go off at any given time in the future. i think this is why Bloom sees so many couples getting married who met in high school.

    get to know her friends … her mother … the women who influence her. find out how easily she’s swayed by those around her – can she hold her own, or does she follow the crowd.

    feminism is so embedded in culture and society that it will be rare to find a girl who has some conscious knowledge that this is true.

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  8. b g says:


    Yeah, she will be a unicorn, that proverbial woman “more precious than rubies” ;-D

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  9. Cheque d'Out says:

    “All flash no skill.”

    Cargo Cult approach to the activity


  10. Farm Boy says:

    Biden continues to insist that male college students are crude brutes, ever ready to attack their female classmates. In an April 2017 interview in Teen Vogue, he said that when he explains consent to male students, they are astounded: “I’ve had young men on campuses say to me, ‘I’ve never thought of it that way. … As long as she wasn’t screaming and kicking me and yelling help, then it was probably OK.’ It’s not OK. It’s not OK unless she can affirmatively consent.” In that same interview, he explained what he believes consent entails. “We’re trying to let young men understand that without consent, meaning saying, ‘Yes, it is OK to touch me’ … then it is not consent,” he said. Biden also seems to have no recognition that campus encounters can be filled with ambiguity and mixed signals. In an April 2016 speech at the University of Nevada Las Vegas, he mocked the idea that sexual assault allegations might be “complicated,” and told the assembled students that they should “ostracize the abusers” and “make them the pariah on campus.”



  11. Farm Boy says:

    I’m not saying women are incapable of hard work, I’m just saying I’ve never personally experienced women who wanted to be out in the blazing sun of summer or the freezing winds of winter pouring asphalt.

    What I can guarantee is that no woman who would be turned off to a job by a sign saying “men working” has the endurance to actually pour boiling asphalt in the sun, heat, and humidity of a Midwestern day in August. Mother nature is far more oppressive than a road sign.


    This is why so many on the Right get accused of being anti-academic. Because this is the shit that we see that makes us hate academia.

    I am proud of my Ph.D. Mine is in engineering, and I walk a factory floor every day in composite toe boots. I don’t act like I am better than the people in assembly. I am there to help them by solving problems with my skills.

    This type of academic elitism is all about reminding the non-academic non-elite about their place.

    Think about this guy. He works hard in the cold rain of the Midwest right now. At the end of the day he might go to a bar with some coworkers and have a beer, every part of his body hurting.


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  12. Farm Boy says:

    So the above chick couldn’t just take a picture of the offending sign; she had to take a selfie of her and the sign

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  13. Farm Boy says:

    All flash no skill.”

    Theresa May — No flash, no skill

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  14. Farm Boy says:

    There is more than one culprit for the sad state of gender relations, but feminism is at the top of the list. It was feminism that taught women that they can, and should, have sex like a man: with no strings attached. It was feminism that told women to “never depend on a man” and to resent husbands and children for holding women back. It was feminism that encouraged women to make work, not family, the center of their universe. It was feminism that belittled all things feminine.

    Most importantly, it was feminism that taught Americans to believe the sexes are “equal.” Not equal in value—equal as in the same. If parents and society would get out of the way, feminists claim, the sexes would become interchangeable: Women and girls would make the same choices boys and men do, and men and boys would make the same choices women and girls do. After all, all those differences you see between the sexes are purely a result of social conditioning. Biology has nothing to do with it.

    It was the lie of the century.


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  15. Farm Boy says:

    Live from France


  16. Farm Boy says:

    It was the lie of the century.

    Well, that and socialism/communism


  17. Liz says:

    Man working (awkwardest face)
    He wasn’t making an awkward face at you, he was deep in thought
    “If I had to piss really badly…and this ditch was on fire. Hm…that would be a moral dilemma”

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  18. Liz says:

    Not ditch, bitch above. Weird autocorrect.

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  19. Liz says:

    Think I’m entering the “get off my lawn!” stage of life.
    Because this bit:
    I am proud of my Ph.D. Mine is in engineering, and I walk a factory floor every day in composite toe boots. I don’t act like I am better than the people in assembly. I am there to help them by solving problems with my skills.
    Kind of rubbed me wrong too.
    It’s the written equivalent of the selfie. Sure babe, just take a picture of yourself standing in front of the proles holding your diploma and “solving problems”.
    Who gives a sh*t?

    Get off my lawn!!!

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  20. Larry G says:

    “Think I’m entering the “get off my lawn!” stage of life.”

    Already there…the most pressing concerns I now have is what color of replacement carpet I’m going to get for our house remodel job or what my Mrs. cooked for supper…the rest of the outside world’s troubles and tribulations I just don’t really give a shit about..

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  21. “It was feminism that told women to “never depend on a man” and to resent husbands and children for holding women back.”

    My mom would say this all the time. The other day when my girls and my aunt and uncle (my mom’s twin) my aunt said to my oldest, “You have to be able to take care of yourself you can’t depend on a man.” This as my uncle and her long suffering husband if 46 years sits next to her. She said, “well your mom was over earlier and that’s what the said.” I replied, “You can depend on a good man. Don’t fill my kids heads with self defeating nonsense.” My uncle snickered and then my aunt (who has never worked since she married, by choice!) admitted yes a good man does make life work. I also said unlike my mom who has a govt. pension (thanks to my father btw, a man!) she has the luxury of saying that but if she did not have my fathers pension she would be in a terrible place having never saved a penny in her life. Again my aunt admitted it was true. I then looked st my girls and said, “A good man makes life good and don’t let anyone tell you any different.” Lol. (They have seen firsthand how hard life is wo a good man and how much safer and better it is with one. They know! But it was a teachable moment.)

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  22. I am past the get off my lawn phase! Lol. More like in the boobytrap my lawn just for the entertainment phase!

    Hey, I didn’t force them on my lawn now did I?!? Plausible deniability… lol

    [Vulnerable to booby traps I am]

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  23. Larry G says:

    I like Liz’s take on this..
    “He wasn’t making an awkward face at you, he was deep in thought
    “If I had to piss really badly…and this Bitch was on fire. Hm…that would be a moral dilemma”

    Nope, no moral dilemma at all really…Not my bar-b-que, not my coldslut

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  24. My mom also would always say the part about putting off or not having kids because they will hold you back. (Gee mom, aren’t I your kid? Sorry to ruin all your fun!)

    So I didn’t have kids until 33 and 40. Sadly. I wish I had more! I absolutely love my kids! They are the best thing I have ever done and the reason for all I do! I cannot imagine my life without them!

    Feminists are cray cray. Plain as!

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  25. Maybe I should tell my mom to practice what she preaches, give up her pension and depend on herself! I bet that would not go over well now would it? But, seriously?!?!

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  26. Larry G says:

    RPG, seems to me that you just barely escaped the femtard trap…survivors are rare. Luckily for me, I do not have to deal with women coworkers or supervises in my job and the few female customers/clients can be dealt with by a curt and concise email or two.

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  27. Larry G says:

    “Maybe I should tell my mom to practice what she preaches, give up her pension and depend on herself! I bet that would not go over well now would it? But, seriously?!?!”

    that may be entertaining to yell your mom that, but sounds like she would totally miss your point….

    western women have lost it and the piper is wanting payment in full….

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  28. This thing about the feminist bomb, or implant, or killswitch is that it’s true. Even with all I know, it’s there. And even though I don’t want to be like that, it’s like a well worn groove in a record, when jolted the needle skips right there. I have to be conscious of it all the time.

    My former babysitter, who was not raised w feminist programming, doesn’t have to fight it. She’s like a duck in water. She has been coming once a week to help me domesticate (clean and organize) and the other day as she was making my house pretty and beautiful with a smile on her face I said how thankful I was for her help. She looked at me and smiled and said, “Oh I love doing this kind of thing! It’s fun!”

    I was like wow, imagine not seeing it as “oppressive drudgery” but as fun! She gets it in a way I never have and no matter how hard I try it will always seem foreign to me, what’s so natural to her!

    Then, how do I raise my daughters to be like her and not me? When I don’t even begin to know how to be like her? Have them around her, so they can see it, and then don’t glorify my route, is the best I can come up with.

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  29. Farm Boy says:

    He just has to rub his virtue signaling in your face

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  30. You are correct Larry, she would not get it. Would be a waste of time. But it is true — she depends on a good man yet! And Daddy govt. by proxy who pays his survivor and social security benefits.

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  31. Rant rant rant… lol. Maybe I need to make some coffee!

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  32. Lol that’s a whole different kind of Bobby trap! But somehow I don’t think I should put the boobies out there on the lawn! Lol.

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  33. Booby trap, but it may trap a Bobby (or a Moe, or a Jack, or a Steve, etc!) but I have got a guy so I keep the boobies for trapping him!

    If only I had known the power of boobies all along, but maybe it’s better I didn’t! Ha!

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  34. Btw Swithy I know this was a few days back but that one vote tipping things to no deal seems like a very raw deal. Hopefully that’s what you were mentioning may get overturned. April 12 sounds like a fine exit day to me! Thinking of you and hoping sense prevails!

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  35. I sure would like to see the list of significant contributions that tranz pipples have made at Apple…

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  36. Larry G says:

    “Rant rant rant… lol. Maybe I need to make some coffee!”

    WISDOM! All issues in life can be solved with coffee….

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  37. Liz says:

    I sure would like to see the list of significant contributions that tranz pipples have made at Apple…

    They bring “their authentic selves to work” of course!
    Cause nothing says science like a man in a dress with títs and a tucked díck.

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  38. Liz says:

    Damn I’m a grump this morning.
    This is after coffee too!
    Better try to trek up the mountain and run off some of this snark…
    Hope you all have a great day. 🙂

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  39. Larry G says:

    “They bring “their authentic selves to work” of course!
    Cause nothing says science like a man in a dress with títs and a tucked díck.”

    LMAO!! Gawd, woman….have a cup or two more!

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  40. Cheque d'Out says:

    “This is a pub”
    Yes, this is perfect. Aiming for slightly higher tone than spit and sawdust but talk about what you want.

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  41. I am sure they have contributed increased drama! Lol.

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  42. Larry G says:

    FYI…100% pure and best quality dark roast Kona coffee runs around $35 to $40 per pound. Letting anyone else drink my Kona coffee is a badge of ultimate friendship, everybody else gets the Maxwell House

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  43. Larry G says:

    aaaaand what exactly is wrong with a bit of spit and sawdust from time to time? Eh?


  44. Farm Boy says:

    “Movements are, yeah, about causes and about progress and beliefs and feelings, but the strength of movements comes from social ties and peer pressure and relationships,” a young organizer told New York magazine in a recent feature. “People are craving this. Your social world intersecting with your politics. A world of our own.”

    The nascent young left coalesces around myopic, even dangerous policies. But their existence suggests an absence of something else—not a need for more government, but a hole of connection that they want something, anything, to fill.



  45. Farm Boy says:

    In the interests of creating a society based on the axioms of “social justice”—which is really socialist justice—the principles of professional merit and scientific objectivity are dismissed by our mandarin class as forms of bigotry. As the professions, the educational institution, the political arena, and the scientific establishment engage in a process of diversification, accommodating claimants who trade on race and gender rather than ability and native endowment, merit is in the process of being replaced by outright mediocrity.



  46. Farm Boy says:

    Fox News host Tucker Carlson interviewed Andrew Doyle on Friday, who is the male comedian behind the parody Twitter account “Titania McGrath.”

    Doyle, whose book “Woke” will be released September in the United States, claimed to have created Titania as a way to troll feminist activists because of what he called their inability to take a joke.

    “Part of the point of the character she is po-faced, very sort of privileged woman who still think she’s this oppressed, modern day feminist who believes in a nebulous thing called the patriarchy,” Doyle explained about his online persona.

    “She never laughs and never has a sense of humor, one of the reasons I wanted to poke fun at the whole ‘woke’ movement is it can’t have a joke. Can’t handle a joke constantly looking to be offended by absolutely anything even when there is nothing to be offended about. Of course, the ‘woke police’ aren’t going to like this book. The fact that they don’t suggest I’m doing something right.”


    [SG – ‘Tits’ McGrath is a heroic figure of our time]

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  47. Farm Boy says:

    Apparently #MeToo just doesn’t have enough market share

    “Hashtags aren’t movements. Hashtags are tools, they’re wonderful galvanizing tools that help bolster movements but movements take time and #MeToo has dropped down in the middle of an ongoing movement. We didn’t create the fight to end sexual violence. We’re just here to take it to the next level. Our work is about healing and action, period. Everything else is a distraction,” she added.



  48. Farm Boy says:

    It has been over a week since Brexit. Or has it?


  49. Cheque d'Out says:

    Thank you, Bloom. I’m reluctant to provide too many updates because I DON’T KNOW what will happen. We are well beyond rationality.

    I wanted and still want WTO / ‘no-deal’ BREXIT. Surveys say that this is rapidly becoming the majority view in the prole population outside London. London is the culti multi bubble of Quislings and their pets. i.e. It is NOT the majority view of our political clarse.

    But the politicians seem to understand that putting their name to a vote for remaining outright (repeal article 50) or May’s shit deal ™ (worse than remaining) is radioactive come the next election. You can kiss your fucking arse goodbye.

    I previously posted a poll result on voting intentions if we, due to May’s delays, have euro elections for MEPs (members of the europeeing parliament).
    Brexit parties taking 92%, laba and tory parties splitting the remaining 8% equally.

    The mainstream parties are rightly terrified of those elections taking place. The mainstream parties will have their faces rubbed into ‘it’

    Jacob Rees Mogg points out that the UK could veto the next EU budgets (2020?) and fuck them over entirely, not sure if this would happen but the intent is to have the EU27 countries deny May a further extension and kick us out. I hope that he’s right (I have my doubts)

    Increasing numbers of proles in the UK think that we should be out with no-deal next friday (or two fridays back). With the attitude that if the EU are pissed?

    “come and have a go, if you think you’re hard enough”
    a childhood & football fan expression of fuck you, let’s go (fight)…I’ve had enough
    As with many such British phrases…it can be a joke, it might be serious. What’s the tone and facial expressions of the person saying it. The politicians would be wise to look.

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  50. Cheque d'Out says:

    “It has been over a week since Brexit. Or has it?”


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  51. Farm Boy says:

    Yes, Depends

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  52. Farm Boy says:

    Beyonce Declines Offer From Reebok Because Pitch Team Lacked Diversity

    “Nobody in this room reflects my background, my skin color, and where I’m from”



  53. Larry G says:

    Wait!! I just found another Brexit plan you can vote on…….

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  54. Cheque d'Out says:

    Better than May’s.


  55. Cheque d'Out says:

    Oh noes! This is awkward! Tories commenting on the tory party in (what used to be called) The Torygraph.

    The comments are very distrubing indeed. Distrubing to the max.
    (The comments are visible without being a subscriber)

    (yes, I know that I spent it wrongly)

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  56. Cheque d'Out says:

    ‘kin ell! Look at this shit! The two main parties are dying.

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  57. Cheque d'Out says:

    Perhaps an expert opinion is available?

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  58. Larry G says:

    Saturday afternoon….puttering around the house doing “man stuff”, fixing broken shit and cleaning guns…Wife is making loud noises with the pots and pans in the kitchen, occasionally singing a tad bit off key and grousing on how much dirty laundry I seem to generate in a week (which she happily throws it all into the washing machine and sets to auto-pilot).

    Life is good….

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  59. Cheque d'Out says:

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  60. Cheque d'Out says:

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  61. Cheque d'Out says:

    Leader of the laba party, who has successfully dodged the fact that he’s a leaver in charge of a remoaniac party that stood on a lever manifesto. His campaigning must be drawing in the crowds, obviously


  62. Beyonce is ooold news. Reebok peaked with this ad and got roasted for their double-talk, women are super-empowered but should also have awesome butts.

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  63. Running shoes and panties are a great look, …if you lose the running shoes.

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  64. Liz says:

    Kind of a funny anecdote Mike told me. He was flying with a guy from North Carolina who had a really thick accent and was a very laid back kind of guy (he sounds a lot like Ton).
    One of the stews came in all spun up and clucking about another stew handing out some free booze, asking him, “are you going to write this up?!?!are you going to write this up?!?”
    His response, after a long pause: “I didn’t see shit”.
    She didn’t like that answer so she kept clucking, finally he responded,
    “Want me to do like United and drag the guy down the aisle hugging his bottle of wild turkey?”

    Going to take a strategic nap now. Channeling sir mixalot:
    I like big naps and I can’t deny it.

    [A cat you are
    Nap they do]

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  65. earl says:

    So the above chick couldn’t just take a picture of the offending sign; she had to take a selfie of her and the sign

    They all do.

    Even if they aren’t offended and just want to quote Abe Lincoln or something…they take a selfie with it.

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  66. Farm Boy says:

    David R. Harris, president of Union College in New York, recently made the case for why “campus is not the place for free speech.”



  67. Farm Boy says:

    Gratuitous image

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  68. Farm Boy says:

    Middle-school teacher Lauren Miranda was eventually fired after what The New York Times reports was “a meeting with mostly men” that featured a picture of her bare breasts for all to see on a computer monitor.



  69. Larry G says:

    “7 April, 2019 at 12:38 am
    Middle-school teacher Lauren Miranda was eventually fired after what The New York Times reports was “a meeting with mostly men” that featured a picture of her bare breasts for all to see on a computer monitor.”

    LOL! This bitch be nuts


  70. Farm Boy says:

    Furthermore, a letter claiming the speaker’s appearance would cause a threat to “students’ emotional, psychological, and physical wellbeing” is being shopped around for signatures, amassing 600-plus thus far.



  71. Farm Boy says:

    His conclusion is that modern progressives are suffering from their own form of mental illness. The softness of which Fitzgerald spoke is Rossiter’s: “Like spoiled, angry children, they rebel against the normal responsibilities of adulthood and demand that a parental government meet their needs from cradle to grave.”

    In the vernacular, they are a bunch of rich, spoiled brats who have aged chronologically but not matured mentally. They march for saving the climate and the world with the same childish enthusiasm as kids chanting, “I scream for ice cream.”


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  72. That’s gonna leave a mark…

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  73. RichardP says:

    College basketball playoffs. Virginia ahead of Auburn for most of the game. But Auburn stays close. Teams are pretty evenly matched, VA falls apart in the final few minutes and goes down by four. Point 6 (.6) seconds left, Auburn up by two. First time ever to a championship game. Virginia drives to the outside corner and goes up for a three-point shot. Gets fouled. Makes all three free throws. Virginia beats Auburn by 1 point with half a second to go. Free-throw kid’s mom is in the bleachers crying in front of the world.

    Life is good for Virginia

    Now playing: Texas Tech and Michigan State.

    Virginia will play the winner of that game for the national championship on Monday night.

    Anybody think Texas Tech can hold em and win it all?

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  74. Farm Boy says:

    Poopin’s an art form
    Poopin’s an art form
    From the butt we’re born
    Into this world we’re thrown
    Like a chocolate ice cream cone
    See what the man has sown
    Poopin’s an art form

    There’s a pair on the road
    Their bodies squirmin’ like a toad
    The City by the Bay
    Oh so very gay
    If you give this man a ride
    He probably will not mind
    Driller on the road, yeah

    Fella, you gotta love your man
    Fella, you gotta love your man
    Take him by the hand
    Make him understand
    The world on you depends
    Our life will never end
    Gotta love your man, yeah

    Poopin’s an art form
    Poopin’s an art form
    From the butt we’re born
    Into this world we’re thrown
    Like a chocolate ice cream cone
    See what the man has sown
    Poopin’s an art form

    Poopin’s an art form
    Poopin’s an art form
    Poopin’s an art form
    Poopin’s an art form
    Poopin’s an art form

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  75. Ame says:

    Bloom –
    My former babysitter, who was not raised w feminist programming, doesn’t have to fight it. She’s like a duck in water. She has been coming once a week to help me domesticate (clean and organize) and the other day as she was making my house pretty and beautiful with a smile on her face I said how thankful I was for her help. She looked at me and smiled and said, “Oh I love doing this kind of thing! It’s fun!”

    I was like wow, imagine not seeing it as “oppressive drudgery” but as fun! She gets it in a way I never have and no matter how hard I try it will always seem foreign to me, what’s so natural to her!

    Then, how do I raise my daughters to be like her and not me? When I don’t even begin to know how to be like her? Have them around her, so they can see it, and then don’t glorify my route, is the best I can come up with.

    i think you’re missing the point, but only slightly. just in perspective.

    not all women are great at decorating … or organizing … or design … or cooking … or whatever. that doesn’t mean we can’t do the best we can, but it also doesn’t mean we have to excel at all of the above.

    the bible, in 1 corinthians 12, talks about how we’re all different parts of the body – meaning, we all have different abilities, talents, and strengths. the flip side of that is we all have different weaknesses, too.

    in the book, Now Discover Your Strengths, they talk about how we don’t need to make our weaknesses into our strengths, rather, we need to make sure our weaknesses don’t deter us or hinder us from being able to fully use and develop our strengths. for example, it is necessary to eat healthy, but it’s not necessary to be an excellent chef or even an above-average home cook. but it’s also not acceptable to be a terrible cook when you’re responsible for cooking for your family. so if cooking is one’s weakness, then learning how to cook well enough to prepare healthy foods for your family is good enough; you don’t have to be a gourmet chef who can create recipes from random ingredients. it’s okay to need specific recipes and to need to follow them exactly.

    so rather than stressing over teaching your daughters that they MUST do xyz, teach them to recognize their strengths and excel at those. teach them to recognize their weaknesses and, rather than focusing on their weaknesses or forcing themselves to make their weaknesses their strengths, teach them to develop and improve upon their weaknesses as necessary so as not to hinder their strengths or their life goals.

    perhaps they know how to grow food – a strength. but cooking is a weakness. that is okay. they can grow great food not only for their family but also as a business and a charity. they can even barter and provide the food while someone who is great at cooking prepares some meals with the food they grow.

    above all of this, teach them to have a great attitude and to do all work as unto the Lord: Colossians 3:23 “Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for human masters, 24 since you know that you will receive an inheritance from the Lord as a reward. It is the Lord Christ you are serving.” this way they know their standard is always higher and with more purpose.

    also teach them that God never changes, so His Word never changes. if God instructs/orders them to do something in the Bible, God will never change His mind about that – God does not change dependent upon the circumstances. so … obey your parents … honor your father and mother … submit to your husband … respect your husband … and the top ten, of course.

    what is most beautiful about this woman who is helping you is her attitude which flows from her heart … so teach them to guard their hearts: Prov 4:23 “Above all else, guard your heart, for everything you do flows from it.”

    teach them to trust God above all else, including their own knowledge or understanding: Prov 3:5-6 “Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding: in all your ways submit to him, and he will make your paths straight.”

    teach them 1 Peter 3:4 “Rather, it [your beauty] should be that of your inner self, the unfading beauty of a gentle and quiet spirit, which is of great worth in God’s sight.” that doesn’t mean their outward beauty isn’t important at all, nor does it discount taking care of our bodies, which are the temple of the Holy Spirit.

    kind of funny but also relevant … in a novel i read the mom always fed her kids raw veggies, and her kids thought it was b/c she was a health nut. as they got older they realized it was b/c she didn’t know how to cook but wanted them to eat healthy and this was the only way she knew how to do that! i know it’s just a novel, but it’s a great illustration, too.

    and while it is true that awalt, as you and i have both acknowledged multiple times that it also includes us, it is very impressive the life-changes you’ve made and the life-philosophy-changes you have made. you’re doing a GREAT job, Mama! keep up the good work! your children WILL rise up and call you blessed (and so will their husbands, someday)! 🙂 🙂 🙂

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  76. Ame says:

    Liz – One of the stews came in all spun up and clucking about another stew handing out some free booze, asking him, “are you going to write this up?!?!are you going to write this up?!?”
    His response, after a long pause: “I didn’t see shit”.
    She didn’t like that answer so she kept clucking, finally he responded,
    “Want me to do like United and drag the guy down the aisle hugging his bottle of wild turkey?”


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  77. Ame says:

    apparently … in women’s basketball … Notre Dame and Baylor. it’s been said out here that most female basketball players are dikes … so, the catholics and the baptist girls are meeting in the finals! lol! just sayin . . . 😉


  78. RichardP says:

    Well – can you imagine Bloom’s former babysitter you were discussing up a few posts being a cracker-jacks basketball player as well? Seems that it takes one kind of personality to be the former babysitter and another to be the excellent basketball player. Hearts and arms and lungs and such. Everyone good at doing different stuff, but all part of the body.

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  79. Farm Boy says:

    Well, to be honest, who cares about women’s basketball?

    At least being a good babysitter is useful

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  80. Awww thanks you guys! I don’t compare myself to my babysitter or envy or feel less than, I guess maybe it’s the flip of a blue pill guy who has been taught his whole life to be meek and mild and good (my babysitter in a nutshell, plus joy!) only to learn that’s not what works, in a guy. Hard to explain. Both have been fed an equally empty and destructive narrative. What doesn’t work, soft men and hard women. What works? Hard men and soft women. (Channeling Yohami… who approved long ago of this message! May he be happy an well!)

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  81. Swithy 78% for is a pretty overwhelming majority, things look good if that is so! Stay the course! ❤️

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  82. Ame says:

    i don’t follow women’s basketball but did see that tidbit float past.

    the only women’s sports i like are gymnastics and figure skating. but, alas, if i’m gonna watch hard bodies, i’d much prefer to watch male hard bodies than female’s! lol!


  83. Larry G says:

    “Well, to be honest, who cares about women’s basketball?”

    Who cares about any women’s sports really? Boring at best, hilarious at worst


  84. RichardP says:

    And … Texas Tech it is – against Virginia Monday night for the national championship. Texas Tech head basketball coach name Associated Press’ coach of the year on 4-4. Showed why tonight.

    At least being a good babysitter is useful. FB, that gave me a good laugh.

    Bloom – hard on hard and soft on soft are not good. Doesn’t usually work out well. We don’t choose the personalities we are born with. If one is born a go-getter woman, they generally work better with a laid-back guy than another Type A guy. Opposites attract, and all that.


  85. Ame says:

    Bloom – you are very wise; i’m sure your daughters are getting all the very best they could get, and they’re getting that from you 🙂

    it’s so hard when we see families like that. we want the best for our kids.

    i have a friend i’ve known since high school … same age as i … we were married the same year … she grew up in the perfect family – father was extremely successful … gave her and all her siblings when they married a new car and new house … every year gives each one huge financial gift … she and all her siblings are still married to their first spouses whom they married young … all have multiple children and grandchildren. among her and her siblings and their children, there are no hiccups. minor things, but nothing big or major. she’s had a very easy life, perfect life. still crazy in love with her husband – both are still very attractive, as are all her siblings. they want for nothing – her parents have been a safety net for all of them financially. they have intense family support. the most terrible thing to happen to her is a miscarriage – which i am NOT saying isn’t tragic and hard and emotional, but compared to a lot of things in life, it’s low on the scale. she even said once she feels guilty when she just thinks of all i’ve been thru b/c her life has been so perfect.

    i want for my kids what her kids had, but i can’t give them that. so … i give them Truth, and Love, and as much of me as possible.

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  86. Farm Boy says:

    An elderly golfer comes in after a good round of golf at the new course and heads straight to the bar/restaurant area of the club house.

    As he passes through the swinging doors, he spots a sign hanging over the bar that reads:

    COLD BEER: $5.00
    HAMBURGER: $10.00
    CHEESEBURGER: $15.50
    HAND JOB: $250.00

    Checking his wallet to be sure he has the necessary money, the old golfer walks up
    to the bar and beckons to the exceptionally attractive female bartender who is serving drinks to a couple of sun-wrinkled golfers.

    She glides down behind the bar across from the old golfer.
    “Yes?” she inquires with a wide, knowing smile. “ May I help you sir?”

    The old golfer leans over the bar and whispers, “I was wondering young lady, are you the one who gives the hand-jobs around here?”

    She looks into his wrinkled eyes and with a wide smile purrs, “Yes sir, I sure am.”

    The old golfer leans in even closer and into her left ear says softly, “Well then, be sure to wash your hands really, really good, because I want a cheeseburger.”


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  91. Farm Boy says:

    President Obama was in Germany on Saturday, ostensibly to speak about “community leadership and civic engagement” on behalf of his eponymous Obama Foundation, but Berliners soon discovered his main topic of interest was … Barack Obama.

    Obama talking about himself in an almost obsessive manner is no new phenomenon, but today he shattered his own records. Over the course of a 90 minute townhall with “emerging leaders,” Obama mentioned himself an eye-popping 467 times.



  92. Liz says:

    So AOC apparently made a video of herself recently while she was chewing popcorn, drinking wine, and assembling IKEA furniture. I didn’t watch it, but Scott Adams mentioned it in a podcast and asserted that her response to why she gets the facts wrong so often: “I’m only 29, so I can’t be expected to get it right, tee hee!” was somehow laudable.
    When did 29 become the new 9?
    Here is a person entrusted to make legislative policy decisions for the US. If she wants to work at as a bartender, “tee hee I’m only 29” is an acceptable response. But as a person in a position of power this is so far beyond the pale Adam’s response is hard to wrap my head around. Anyway, just a random rant in the AM.

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  93. Farm Boy says:

    Other candidates, including federal senate and congressional hopefuls, who were backed by the group claim that Justice Democrats raised money in their name, and then used the cash to back other progressives, including Ocasio-Cortez, who was on the board of Justice Democrats until recently.

    “There was no transparency,” said a campaign worker who volunteered for a candidate for federal senator and did not want to be identified.

    “People gave up their damn lives to run and then were stuck with huge bills. Once they [Justice Democrats] got the people recruited, they asked them to sign memos that would specify what percentage of funds raised by the candidates would go to Justice Democrats.”

    The PAC and Brand New Congress are currently the subject of an FEC complaint, which accuses Ocasio-Cortez and Saikat Chakrabarti, her chief of staff, of funneling nearly $1 million in contributions from the PACs into private companies Chakrabarti controlled.


    [Boobs she has]

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  94. Liz says:

    I sure hope they get her on election fraud. She is a nut. I watched about 3 minutes of her video and she reminds me exactly of a person I know, who has a severe chemical dependency problem.

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  95. Liz says:

    Military people have typically been entrusted with very very high levels of responsibility far before age 29. Imagine a soldier saying, “tee hee, I’m only 29, mistakes will be made!”
    I’d traveled the world and lived in Europe and Asia, been married a decade, had kids, uprooted the family at least 10 times, held 3 different professional jobs by age 29 for f*cks sake. Hell, Mike was mission planning sorties over Belgrade and had done about five tours over the Middle East by that age.
    Gah, okay, done ranting. I really detest this stupid bitch.

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  96. Farm Boy says:

    Probably the chemical isn’t caffeine

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  97. Farm Boy says:

    Apparently the Brexiteers and Yellow Vests have it all wrong


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  100. Farm Boy says:

    “The people campaigning against the Amazon campus are financially illiterate,” Tracy Maitland, president and chief investment officer of Advent Capital Management, said during a panel discussion at the National Action Network conference in Midtown.

    Afterwards Maitland told The Post, “This was a disgrace. I partially blame AOC for the loss of Amazon. She doesn’t know what she doesn’t know. That’s scary. We have to make sure she’s better educated or vote her out of office.”


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  101. Farm Boy says:

    May you be a lady of wisdom, who when she is rightfully humbled, realizes it and acknowledges it with grace. And may you have the wisdom to see even the slightest bit of Truth in a severely harsh rebuke or criticism, and choose to treasure it, instead of despising the Truth.”

    Hard to do, but much better than the other choice; choosing to take things personally and clinging to an offended ego is the wide path to destruction.



  102. Larry G says:

    my, my…Sunday morning and all these panties in a twist

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  103. This picture makes me think that AOC is the love child of Bader-Ginsbot and a Mexican hairless.

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  104. Farm Boy says:

    CARACAS—Socialist Venezuela has received praise from various leftist groups across the globe for achieving the world’s first-ever zero-hour work week.

    France was getting close with its 8-hour work week, but Venezuela blew it away by finally achieving a work week of just zero hours.

    “Workers in oppressed America have to work 40 hours a week sometimes,” President Nicolás Maduro said in a press conference. “Here in Venezuela, you don’t work at all“


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  105. Farm Boy says:

    Is a “Mexican Hairless” a type of border collie?

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  106. Farm Boy says:

    Kinda looks like a border collie to me

    How about you?

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  107. Too many collies crossing the border already. I mean connies. I mean Consuelas.

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  108. This is a thing that shouldn’t be.

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  109. Larry G says:

    Mexican Almost-Hairless Border Collie…

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  110. Cheque d'Out says:

    If you give Donkey Chompers another 29 years, she won’t be as wrong as this one

    I can’t even, right now

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  111. Cheque d'Out says:

    Lovely jubblies though

    Better than Doc Bateman


  112. Larry G says:

    AAARRRGHHH!!! CdO, have you not a shred of human decency???? Eye muff warning, mate

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  113. Cheque d'Out says:

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  114. Cheque d'Out says:

    *Eye Muff warning for the above*

    Always willing to oblige, mate.

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  116. Farm Boy says:

    I wonder if Doc Bateman ever takes selfies….


  117. Farm Boy says:

    WASHINGTON, D.C.—Amid a flurry of accusations of inappropriate touching and crowding people’s personal space leveled at former vice president Joe Biden, President Trump announced Friday that Biden is his appointment to the Transporation Security Administration.

    Biden will be tasked with showing TSA agents how to violate people’s personal space and privacy in their daily groping of American citizens. He already has “dozens” of charts and infographics he began to hand out to TSA workers all across the country, creeping up on them and gingerly setting the files in their hands as he whispered his instructions in their ears.

    “Based on Biden’s skill getting inappropriately close to people and making unwanted physical advances, he is the perfect man for the job,” Trump said. “We’ve had our differences in the past, but I’m glad Creepy Joe and I can work together on this one.”

    “He’s a very good toucher, one of the best.”


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  118. Farm Boy says:

    It is uproariously entertaining to see the scurryings of the innumerable host of Democratic presidential candidates in what is already more of a lottery than a quest for the nomination of a great party to the world’s greatest office.

    The Gadarene stampede to (and over) the edge of the abyss of all who advocate open borders, 70 percent income taxes, the green terror, socialized medicine, legalized infanticide, reparations to native and African-Americans, packing the Supreme Court, and vacation of the Electoral College, has finally elicited, in a Churchillian expression, a tiny mouse of dissent.

    It is now almost too late for the Democrats to shift lanes into plausible electability. Two of the four candidates who might have done it—Michael Bloomberg and Sherrod Brown—have pulled out.

    Senator Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota has kept her head screwed on in policy terms but shows no sign of stirring the voters: Walter Mondale in drag.

    The last and not the best hope of sane Democratic contenders is that very tired old plough-horse Joe Biden. With all his malapropisms and foolish ideas, the amiable survivor whose first run for the White House failed 31 years ago because he was caught plagiarizing from one of Britain’s most unsuccessful opposition leaders, Neil Kinnock, is at least not a terrifying radical. And now, he is being sandbagged because he allegedly touched two or more women many years ago, perfectly legally, with no discreditable intent, out of affection with no claimed sexual aspect. It is to this unimaginable depth of idiocy that the American Left’s pursuit of victimhood to be lionized and avenged, and its lust to degrade the straight, adult, white male has descended.



  119. Cheque d'Out says:

    Great sense of humour, this guy

    [A San Francisco native he would be?]

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  120. Cheque d'Out says:

    It was said by eyewitnesses that at the end of the final battle, there was so much British shell-fire coming in that the Bismark was totally hidden by the spray of near misses. Apparently even then, it was scuttled by the crew when all gun systems had failed.

    I think Saggy is going to be just as hard to sink but the ‘Tories’ are too pathetic to give the coup de gras.

    [Like the Bismarck, her rudder jammed in one position it would be
    Continually go in a circle she does]

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  122. Farm Boy says:

    In Sacramento, after already legislating hundreds of millions of dollars in funding for combating homelessness ineffectively, we now tax responsible residents out of more of their hard-earned income, to build tiny homes for people currently living and pooping on the street who will turn these houses into tiny crack houses, as has already happened in Los Angeles. Homelessness is only increasing in California, along with tent cities, used needles, piles of defecation on the streets, and communicable diseases.

    The Democrats who control the state have solved nothing, and are spending ridiculous amounts of money doing it. It’s hard not to ask who is getting rich off of some of these dubious programs.

    It’s time for big-city Mayors to back down and allow success to happen with the state’s most vulnerable people through proven private and non-profit programs. Money in the hands of politicians is about control, and not results. The State, county and city governments cannot and will not ever achieve any real results with California’s homeless epidemic.


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  123. Cheque d'Out says:

    “The State, county and city governments cannot and will not ever achieve any real results with California’s homeless epidemic”
    To be fair, if those working to solve the problem succeeded…they’d be out of a job.
    Only a crazy person, or a democrat voter, would expect them to work to put themselves out of a job

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  124. Farm Boy says:

    I woke up this morning with a rat in the garbage bin
    I found my poop in a brown paper bag within
    I tripped on a guy who was up eight miles high
    I tore my hand on a bottle of rye
    I just dropped in to see what condition my defecation was in

    Yeah, yeah, oh-yeah, what condition my defecation was in

    I pushed my poop in a deep dark hole and then I followed it in
    I watched myself crawling out as I was a-crawling in
    I got up so tight I couldn’t unwind
    I smelled so much I broke my mind
    I just dropped in to see what condition my defecation was in

    Yeah, yeah, oh-yeah, what condition my defecation was in

    Someone painted Poop Ahead in big black letters on a Coit Tower sign
    I poked my foot on a needle as I left the walk and blew out my mind
    Eight miles outta Gate Gate and I have a spare
    I wish someone would pump it up down there
    I just dropped in to see what condition my defecation was in

    I said I just dropped in to see what condition my defecation was in

    [Know when to hold ‘em, Kenny Rogers should have]


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  129. Farm Boy says:

    Oddly enough, shitty places choose shitty policies that make things shittier.

    I wonder why that is…

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  131. Farm Boy says:

    Google has been giving money to right-wing think tanks and groups like CPAC to buy them off (and so far it’s worked out great for them). This was obviously part of that same plan, yet their employees are too batsh*t crazy to even realize it. They just hear “Heritage Foundation” and think “exterminationism.”

    Another Google employee went public on Thursday in an article titled, “The Cruelty of Google’s Call-Out Culture,” to say “call-out” incidents like the one with James are routine within the company itself.

    “Many people would assume that while Google employees may deploy this sort of rhetoric against public figures such as Kay Coles James or Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN), they would also treat their fellow employees with more respect,” Google employee Mike Wacker said. “In many cases, that assumption is false.”

    He went on to show how he was accused of supporting a “hate group” because he donated to the pro-religious liberty legal group the Alliance Defending Freedom.


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  132. If you haven’t watched the “Seattle is Dying” youtube vid by one of the TV stations there in town about the homeless problem, it’s def worth a look.

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  133. http://www.unz.com/isteve/macs-minority-assessment-control-system/

    While there are plenty of manifestations, I think the main reason things have gotten loonier and loonier is that a society piloted by Jewish minoritarianism is just an inherently unstable kludge … kind of like the 737 MAX.

    Plenty of us have wondered, “why don’t they just ease up a bit?” Or “does it really benefit them to turn us into Brazil?”

    But it’s hard to keep the minoritarian project flying smoothly. …

    But to keep the minoritarian project flying you really need engines kicking out some thrust. The thrust\justification being majority misbehavior. Without the thrust that the majority is bad, the minoritarian project stalls. And in America the only fuel for that is blacks–slavery, lynchings, Jim Crow. Jews manage to get themselves super excited about Harvard quotas and the Golfocaust, but to everyone else–not insanely tribal–that’s petty douchebaggery. So blacks, black grievances, are the fuel.

    But that’s the rub. Blacks are a very combustible fuel. They do rude, crazy, stupid, violent stuff all the time. And minoritarianism having ushered in the age of mass immigration blacks no longer just get compared to whites–with the “oppressed” cover–but get compared to other non-white minorities–Asians, but especially Mexicans most of whom had their families come here with nothing just a few decades or even a few years back. So minoritarian driven diversity is itself providing a comparative context which is not so great for the minoritarian narrative.

    Whites looking at black behavior in light of diversity and 50 years of civil rights are more and more likely to come to HBDish and culturish conclusions and think, “Hey some groups of people just do better than other groups”.

    But this sort of “hey wait a minute?” thinking driven by black dysfunction is very very dangerous. It pitches up the nose and threatens to stall the minoritarian project. Pretty soon whites start to think “hey our group isn’t bad.” Then it’s “hey, when you think about it we white gentiles have created the nicest nations on earth!–prosperous, peaceful, law-abiding.” Suddenly whites are cancelling their tickets on the MAX, reclaiming their Euro heritage and flying the much more stable A320.

    But the minoritarian project is both emotionally critical and extremely lucrative to left\establishment Jews and a lot of their fellow travellers. So something has to be done to handle these negative assessments of black behavior from stalling the project.

    Call it the Minority Assessment Control System (MACS).

    Anytime dysfunctional black behavior might have whites questioning minoritarianism or, God forbid, thinking white people are pretty good eggs, and minoritarianism might stall, MACS kicks in–“legacy of slavery”, “white privilege”, “redlining”, “invisible knapsack”, “microaggressions”, “stereotype threat”, “structural racism”–to push the nose down and keep minoritarianism speeding along.

    The problem is the sensors are hyper-sensitive and black dysfunction and white non-narrative compliant responses are omnipresent. So MACS is kicking in all the time… pushing our nose down further and further, again and again and threatening to fly us all into the ground.

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  134. Farm Boy says:

    Is there anything leftist that doesn’t have virtue signaling baked in?

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  135. Farm Boy says:

    Probably San Francisco wishes that I would stop dumping on them.

    Too bad

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  136. SFC Ton says:

    That’s a fair statement FB

    More the fair

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  137. “Is there anything leftist that doesn’t have virtue signaling baked in?”

    Country ham.

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  138. @CdO Give the female rabbit a BMI over 40 and dye her ears hot pink and I think you got something there.

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  139. re: Portland cops video

    Idiot Cit Councilperson, “Why don’t people want to be cops here?”

    Police chief, ” It can be a really crappy job what with all the freaks and protests and not being allowed to enforce the law.”

    Idiot Councilperson, “Can you talk about diversity some more?”

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  140. “I had plenty of concerns about meeting a stranger from the Internet — mostly tied to my personal safety, but I wanted to fuck a stranger while I was in town, so I swiped right a bunch of times.”


  141. I just saw a post on a website that I unfortunately can’t link to that was by a lady in the UK complaining about the UK 🇬🇧 flag outside a shop “offended” her and it was a hate symbol. Wow. When a country’s own flag is seen as a hate symbol, something has gone seriously wrong. Leave!

    [Love the Union Jack I do
    Like the below even more I do]

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  142. And I know this happens in the US too. But luckily not where I live. (Nearby in the cities, yes.) my daughters grade school had an assembly and they waved American flags and even pledged, “one nation, under God” and I was so happy to see that!

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  143. Cheque d'Out says:

    Might be part of the problem

    [Only part of the problem it would be]

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  144. Cheque d'Out says:

    Strictly speaking it’s the Union Flag, it’s only the Union Jack on a ship.

    But Union Jack is just so damn redolent of male toxicity and patriarchy…love it.

    [Love the smell of toxic masculinity in the morning I do]

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  145. Cheque d'Out says:

    Ahh The White Ensign.

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  146. Cheque d'Out says:

    There are things worse than Doc Bateman’s unruly growler and wayward jubblies…

    Oh! Eye muff warning for that. Hope I’m not too late with that.

    [True this is?]

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  147. If you are offended by the flag of the country you’re living in why don’t you just GTFO.

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  148. Larry G says:

    “Oh! Eye muff warning for that. Hope I’m not too late with that.”

    a fraction of a second late on the eye muff warning, but forgivable, only lost temporary vision in one eye. Taking an up-skirt shot of May somehow does not raise a boner on me, but somewhere I heard she enjoys fucking people.

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  149. Cheque d'Out says:

    She seems a little excitable to me…and amusing at times

    Clowns are the successor to Pepe, I gather. Clowns In America


  150. Cheque d'Out says:

    The clown woman claims to be half-vegan, I think. WTF is that?

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  151. Larry G says:

    since retarded liberals damn have heart attacks about someone wearing a MAGA hat, I thought this might be a suitable substitute so as not to offend the little snowflake shit heads…

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  152. That is one, sad clown.

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  153. Larry G says:

    A young feminist told her friend “My psychiatrist told me I was crazy, so I said, “I want a second opinion.” He said, “Okay, you’re ugly too.”

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  154. Yes the clown world hashtag and thing is rising. My understanding is it is black pill minus the Muslims. Kinda like, “it’s a clown world but I am going to find personal joy and self amused mastery and live a fun life to my highest despite and amidst the wreckage.” Not poolside watch it burn, more like frolicking in the pool as the rest burns. Bc what can you do about the uncontrollable? Stay light! Honk! Honk!


  155. Minus the nialism not Muslims. Autocorrect!?!?! Wow sorry!

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  156. There was a very interesting photo of a guy dressed as a clown outside the equardorian embassy during a protest this weekend and I the thought crossed my mind, could that be?!? Honk! That would be pretty darn funny if so! Honk!


  157. But who knows?!?! That’s my limited understanding of the latest autist trend anyway…

    Not sure why I follow these things except it is fascinating and also unbelievable to me how the incels now seem to be running the narrative in a way that both makes no sense yet is very effective, these guys are literally changing the world and redpillgirlnotes, black pill, clown pilling if all the way. Best the powers who be never anticipated one disenfranchised might push back? Facinating in a sociology type way.

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  158. Blah typos! Sorry! 🥳


  159. Cheque d'Out says:

    I haven’t looked into it but had the impression that it’s Q / Redditch about the antics of the CIA. All the shit pulled and fuck ups. Clowns In America.

    Personally I reckon it’s time to put the memes away, present the evidence and start the trials.

    And the honk, honk and clown meme sucks.

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  160. Cheque d'Out says:

    The May minge story comes from the Sunday Sport. Making shit up for laughs is what they do.

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  161. Agreed! I’d like to see some people explaining themselves… and where all those millions they have, despite no obvious source, came from. Among other things.

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  162. SFC Ton says:

    “Is there anything leftist that doesn’t have virtue signaling baked in?”

    Country ham.

    Country hand are cured, not baked

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  163. Cheque d'Out says:

    Oh dear. The end must be imminent /sarc

    We know that she doesn’t listen so unless you turn up with a tranq dart and a burlap sack…


  164. Cheque d'Out says:

    Tim Dawson (@Tim_R_Dawson)
    07/04/2019, 23:52
    I bet Theresa May’s daily press summary makes for fun reading.

    The Telegraph: Resign
    Daily Mail: Resign
    The Sun: Resign
    Daily Express: Resign
    The i-Paper: Resign
    The Times: Resign
    Evening Standard: Resign
    Daily Mirror: Resign

    “But otherwise everything on track, Prime Minister.”

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  165. Cheque d'Out says:

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