Information Mismatch

Over at Dalrock’s, commenter Wagner Tench writes,

I’m a young man at a prominent California Christian college, and the expectation for “chivalry” is rather high. The girls often want to get married quickly despite being steeped in debt, and even if they are more focused on their career, they still usually treat dating/courtship as a huge deal, with “dtr” meetings taking place as little as two or three weeks in.

Consequently, very few men are willing to jump through the necessary hoops just for the slight chance at getting either a typical mainstream Christian marriage or a girlfriend who expects commitment and investment but brings little to the table herself.

The girls here are some of the prettiest I’ve ever seen. Lots of adorable blondes and redheads, and most dress reasonably modestly by modern standards. But the combination of student debt (for both men and women), unreasonable female expectations, men’s lack of willingness to risk rejection and coming across as desperate, and men’s increasing realization that investing in even conservative Christian girls is not usually worth the investment in college has made a lot of girls (and men) here very lonely. Even still, the girls here by and large just sit around wondering why men won’t ask them out. They don’t lower their standards or take initiative, and if they can’t find a man at school, they’ll sometimes find a guy outside the school. Also, I have noticed a massive increase in interracial dating because white men are increasingly ignoring romance with white girls, and there was already a surplus of white girls here.

One of my baby boomer professors goes on rants blaming it all on technology, and I just laugh. Maybe if college wasn’t so damn expensive and more men could have a relationship/marriage without debasing themselves and risking emasculation, the marriage rates would go up.

So here is the perfect spot for men and women to get together with the result being marriage.  It is officially sanctioned and all.  Yet, according to this fella, it is not happening.  Apparently, it is not even close to happening.

I was never part of this culture, so I really can’t comment to extensively, but it seems that the fellas understand the score, but the gals don’t.  The guys have had reality pounded into them by watching real stuff as they matured; the girls on the other hand have been fed a bunch a propaganda, with lots of indulgences thrown their way seemingly confirming the propaganda.

If the gals saw reality, they would lower their standard; they would take the initiative.  Perhaps they believe that the fellas will come around eventually.  They are after all, worth it.

Since women really do want to get married, protestations aside, is keeping them in the dark doing them any favors?


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116 comments on “Information Mismatch
  1. Cheque d'Out says:

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  2. Farm Boy says:

    Gratuitous images

    Liked by 3 people

  3. SFC Ton says:

    I’ll take two. Of each

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  4. Farm Boy says:

    Well, each do have two.

    So that would be 3x2x2 = 12

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  5. Farm Boy says:

    On Wednesday, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) asked representatives of Facebook and Twitter if a pro-life tweet quoting Mother Teresa constituted “hate speech.” They remained silent for ten seconds, and then the Twitter representative attempted to dodge the question.

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  6. BuenaVista says:

    Two remarks on the OP:

    1. The faculty guy declaiming on “technology” is spanking the monkey to porn three times a day. I had a pastor like that once. He was otherwise fine. But I said at lunch, “James, gee whiz, porn two sermons in a row? It’s a little weird.”

    2. The virginal pretties really, really, really do believe their financial requirements are the responsibility of the lucky guy who gets to be naked with them. For seven-point-two minutes of awkward procreative activity.

    I had coffee with my ex-gf today and per usual, she drilled into my current social life. (Important: she ended it, not I.)

    I basically think of her as a close friend and I was way to open with her, so it became a habit over time. I mentioned so-and-so and so-and-so and maybe so-and-so but not sure, and then the pilot is losing her mind after being married for 18 months and SnapChat from south Asia is trending ….

    “Tell me about So-and-So here. What does she do?”

    “She works in a bar. She dances.”


    “She dances. At night. Looks a lot like you when she’s naked.That’s a plus. Too many tattoos though. She is over 21.”

    So she had the usual female meltdown and interrogated me fiercely.

    “Of course I give her money. I take her out to Walmart and we buy stuff and I buy her a nice meal. Then she washes my back etc. I fixed her car once.”

    “You’re going out with a prostitute!”

    “I’ve never gone out with anyone, save one woman, who didn’t expect me to pay her bills. (My ex-gf has resources: her mom owns farms (that’s plural) and her dad was very successful at E.D. Jones. In four years she never bought me a meal.) I believe you said repeatedly you married for ‘security.'”

    One thing I never thought of, because my Dad and my ex-‘s Dad paid our college fees with checkbooks, one of these Good Christian Men could marry a Good Christian Darling and assume immediately (because “chivalry”) some girl’s college debt. And then she leaves him in five years … That’s a liability I never thought about. But I bet some young Christian women are ahead of me on that one. The pilot raged at me last night about the pre-nup she signed.

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  7. There’s another level at play here not mentioned.

    At one time, UMC girls went to college to meet a husband who would become a Dr. or lawyer or what not and she would have a better life, hypergamy, yada yada.

    But as this guy sees, those girls had OAID college educations, paid for by their IMC parents. And those girls parents offered connections and aid to their prospective son in law’s.

    That’s a far cry from $40k+ in debt and parents who are hoping the future don in law can carry them so they can retire.

    Ummm, yeah… awkward.

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  8. So it’s not just the wife that is a burden, it’s the wife’s typical boomer parents who lived for the day and don’t have any retirement plan or savings, too.

    Danger, Will Robinson! Beware the house of cards!

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  9. BuenaVista says:

    I think the Belarussian/Ukrainian/Moldovan (above) is the best. She’s more modest.

    My contribution:


  10. BuenaVista says:

    In re: OP: does anyone know what a “dtr meeting” is?


  11. Farm Boy says:

    “Define The Relationship”

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  12. Wow if true this is kinda scary:

    Contraceptive corn… targets sperm production. You could be sterile whether you want to be, or not. You know, for the good of the state.



  13. earl says:

    The guys have had reality pounded into them by watching real stuff as they matured; the girls on the other hand have been fed a bunch a propaganda, with lots of indulgences thrown their way seemingly confirming the propaganda.

    I mean does the explanation get any more simple than that. When one group gets punished for relationships and the other has their consequences covered up or transferred to men…it’s no secret why men have a lot of reasons to not bother taking initiative.

    Heck I know when I take initiative the ladies like it…for about two weeks to a couple months….Then feminism rears it’s ugly head back.

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  14. earl says:

    You could be sterile whether you want to be, or not. You know, for the good of the state.

    That actually was one of the predictions from Humanae Vitae when it came to contraception. The government would literally dictate things like that. Of course China is the ‘shining’ example.


  15. earl says:

    Also, I have noticed a massive increase in interracial dating because white men are increasingly ignoring romance with white girls, and there was already a surplus of white girls here.

    It’s probably because those men are often even more emasculated…so they’ll put up with the princess’s fantasy.

    It’s not like white guys are often shining examples of masculinity either…but we’ve probably seen more about what white women are about than others.

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  16. BuenaVista says:

    Thanks, FB. The dreaded “Where is this going?” conversation, in my argot.

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  17. earl says:

    Since women really do want to get married, protestations aside, is keeping them in the dark doing them any favors?

    They aren’t kept in the dark…they lap up the ‘I’m a goddess’ mindset left and right. They might see it as ‘you are good enough, you are strong enough, you are beautiful enough…blah blah blah’. So their ego filled heads are filled more than a goodyear blimp and that’s why a lot of them think 90% of men are unattractive.

    I’ll bet you a lot of those lonely gals probably dumped 60-80% of the men who even bothered to take the initiative.

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  18. SFC Ton says:

    All women are whores

    They are fucking one dude for 100% of his money or 100 dudes for 1% of their money but unless a man has serious frame, his money is selling point for her

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  19. mgtowhorseman says:

    Lots of inter racial relationships????

    Isn’t black culture known for NOT marrying??

    So who are they dating to get married? Asians? Indians? Latinoes??

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  20. Farm Boy says:

    They are just f’ing hawt and exotic men

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  21. Farm Boy says:

    They aren’t kept in the dark…they lap up the ‘I’m a goddess’ mindset left and right.

    They are kept in the dark with respect to reality

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  22. Ame says:

    BV – you’ve got me laughing again … i can just picture all of that! lol!


  23. Ame says:

    All women are whores

    They are fucking one dude for 100% of his money or 100 dudes for 1% of their money but unless a man has serious frame, his money is selling point for her

    Ton … i remember the first time i read you writing this. had never occurred to me before, but it makes total sense.

    and if you’re the girl who wants to be the only one he f****, make sure you’re worth 100%.

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  24. Ame says:

    the OP comment is interesting. i went to a christian college in the early 80’s where it was known the men didn’t date much overall. there was the theory that many were gay. probably. idk.

    the christian dating culture is … different. i remember when that DTR thing became a big deal … and all these rules were instituted – or at least they were instituted in theory. christian people often have a lot of surface rules that they look like they follow but irl they don’t. it would be interesting to know if any of those ‘sweet’ college girls are still virgins.

    Bloom’s comments are legit – girls in too much debt and expecting that white knight to come along and make all that money and pay off her debt. i know that when my daughters were in public school it was EXPECTED that they would go to college and it was EXPECTED that they would do so with student loans. and every.single.time we opened a new acct at the bank or met with a banking person they tried to get us to take out an equity loan on our house to pay for college for our kids. no.freakin.way. my girls have known since they can remember that college debt is not an option. ever. for any reason. they’re sticking to that, and i’m so proud of them. but they are definitely in the vast minority. it’s still expected, at least in our little world, that college is mandatory – especially for girls. i know one family who has two in college and their third daughter graduates from high school this year. how the heck are they paying for all that? i’m sure there are some scholarship monies in there, but i would not be surprised if they’re taking out debt, too. but, they’re all ‘away’ at college.

    this stuff has been a part of our mentality for so long that i’m often shocked when people don’t think this way … then i’m shocked that i’m shocked. silly me! i’m just glad my girls are their own persons.

    – – –

    Bloom – your comment (last thread?) about those wonderful communities close to you? i would definitely get my daughters in their churches! 🙂

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  25. Ame says:

    that contraceptive corn link … that’s some scary stuff. consider that info is not even the tip of the iceberg. super scary stuff. it’s probably already in circulation and we don’t even know it.

    working with this nutritionist … and all the research i’ve done over the years trying to find the best and healthiest foods for my family and Aspie Girl … it’s really scary what’s happened and is happening to our food supply in the states.


  26. earl says:

    it’s still expected, at least in our little world, that college is mandatory – especially for girls.

    Where else are they going to get 4-6 years of feminist mindthink, drugs and parties, and hookups drilled into them all for the low-low price of crippling debt?

    I think it’s no secret the whole point of college for women now is to turn them into unmarriageable shrills.

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  27. b g says:


    My wife developed a chronic illness so she became green before there was such a thing. The gobblers learned that pea pods, carrots. green beans, strawberries, raspberries, currants, cherries, peaches, pears, and apples were in season acceptable at their picnics. Now they know that they cannot begin to buy what they once had for free.

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  28. Cheque d'Out says:

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  29. Farm Boy says:

    Well, he voted to leave, then he left

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  30. Cheque d'Out says:

    [A comparable graph for fixed wing aircraft there is?]

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  31. SFC Ton says:

    I would say the increase in the interracial shit has to do with the tribes war on White and authentically Christian nation. Which we see in damn near everything the media produces and the lengths they go to covering up how unhappy most of those unions end up

    Don’t want to unpack that to much and put the boss at risk but there is a lot to unpack and z lot of it points to 2% of the population.

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  32. Cheque d'Out says:

    Fecking bike nutters are a danger to all

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  33. Farm Boy says:

    Behold the face of the Democratic Party: minority, young, and racist. This is the fruit of identity politics. Be it Omar, who is on the cover of the current issue of Newsweek, Rashida Talib (D-Mich.) who signaled the need to obliterate Israel on her first day in office, or the leader of the pack, Alexandria Ocasio Cortez (D-N.Y.), a proud supporter of the anti-Israel BDS movement, the “new faces” of the DNC constitute a united front in their hatred for our Semitic brethren.

    And no matter what Pelosi says, Omar will not be reined in.

    Let me add that I think it is no accident that these faces are for the most part young, minority, female, and attractive. No, I am not saying those characteristics are necessary in order to be anti-Semitic and/or leftist, because that’s not the least bit true. What I am saying, or trying to say, is that those characteristics make the message more palatable, the person more electable, and facilitate the speaker’s wrapping herself in the cloak of sainted victimhood protectiveness.


  34. mgtowhorseman says:

    “Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp experiencing widespread outages

    Social media platforms not loading, cause not clear yet”

    “The more someone scolds you for being old-fashioned the more you must stick with the methods and routines you know best. If something has worked for you in the past there is every reason to believe it will work in the future too.”

    I was warned! Scary, no?


  35. mgtowhorseman says:

    Ahh. The real reason!!

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  36. BuenaVista says:

    Interracial dating for the Churchian Girls: just another merit badge. It astonishes me how women brag to each other about sexual matters. So they’e banging the black kids at Christian XYZ University because that’s a box (double entendre alert) that needs checking, so it may be discussed with the girls.

    Because my relationship with ex-gf was illicit, I literally didn’t say her name to another human being. (Not very pleasant if a man is stuck on someone. You want to yell it out. )And that includes my best friend who lives 700 miles away. Pretty simple: STFU, need to know, ya ya ya. Meanwhile, I’ve since learned that “… that BV guy from BV Town” does this or that. Talking about me redounds to her disaster. But, yak yak yak. In a small town, are you kidding me? I have no idea where this winds up in 10 years, but I think the males are going to be more prepared than the females.

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  37. BuenaVista says:

    People in Minnesota who served in the state legislature openly note that Omar Ilhan is so stupid she couldn’t understand the legislation at hand.

    She’s probably not stupid for Somalia, but Somalia’s average IQ is 70.

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  38. Farm Boy says:

    Ocasio-Cortez Calls For Boycott Of NY Post After They Called Out Omar For Her 9/11 Comments

    AOC would have been wise not to wade into these waters

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  39. Farm Boy says:

    In his recent appearance at Liberty University, Jordan Peterson delivered this verdict on the dominant attitude toward masculinity among our society’s elites: “I don’t think we do a very good job at the moment of encouraging men. We have this idea that there’s something intrinsically oppressive about the patriarchy and about masculinity in general. And I think that’s nonsense. I think that strong, honest, truthful, courageous men pursuing noble goals is of great benefit to everyone, male and female alike.”


  40. Farm Boy says:

    “Feminism is the assertion and justification of women’s rejection of male authority in favor of an institutionalized social ontology which is dictated by the Feminine Imperative.”


  41. Farm Boy says:

    The Real Reason America Has Never Had A Female President

    A perfect storm of media bros, internalized misogyny, and “risk-averseness” is keeping voters from opening their wallets and minds to female candidates. It doesn’t have to be this way.

    Perhaps it is because Hilllary is such an evil witch that everybody could sense it

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  42. BuenaVista says:

    My Dad, a rural small town newspaperman, taught me to buy few clothes but buy good clothes. This was not normal. So he was the only guy where we lived who bought his suits at Brooks Brothers in NYC, or Hart Shaffner & Marx in Chicago, and I also learned to pay up for shoes and resole them.

    Today I dress like Tucker Carlson (more correctly, because I’m older, he like I), because he’s Brooks or J.Press to the max. I happily wear 25 year-old shoes that were breathtakingly expensive on purchase, to an interview. I have shirts that have been professionally laundered and starched for 25 years. Around about 15-20 years the cuffs start to fray, but I wear them. Uniforms are useful and efficient.

    TBH, I do buy Hermes ties, which Dad never would have done.

    If you look at this picture, he’s not wearing a JC Penney shirt, in his NW Arctica SE Bumfuck University Town newsroom. He was probably cremated in that shirt. He only got fat once and then shed it when he stopped drinking a pitcher of martinis every night.

    Anyhow, I think it’s funny that Carlson tells his handlers to fuck off when they tell him to stop dressing like a preppie. A person saves a whole lot of money if he dresses one way and sticks with it.

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  43. Farm Boy says:

    What’s going on here? The evidence is mounting that these patterns are the work of sexism and misogyny—albeit often unconscious, unwitting and the result of implicit bias.

    Even before the 2016 election, when Donald Trump defeated Hillary Clinton, the first female nominee of a major party in American history, amid deafening campaign-trail chants of “Lock Her Up,” there were plenty of signs that female presidential candidates face unique obstacles.


  44. Farm Boy says:

    Can implicit bias be part of a social construct?

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  45. RichardP says:

    This came up in my playlist a few minutes ago and I thought some here might like it. Found it on YouTube – but it has a twist. Enjoy the song first, then enjoy the humor posted beneath it. I’ll post it here since it probably won’t be visible unless you go to YouTube: The single version of the Mills Brothers’ song, My Life’s Companion, the greatest song ever written for a same sex marriage! Took me a minute.


  46. mgtowhorseman says:

    Fucking Brilliance from Lazarus aka Messenger Rising from three years ago.

    Tldr? Stop ruminating why we got here, what caused it, where is it going.
    Start LIVING.
    For yourself.
    So you can be happy in YOUR life in this crazy fucked up world.
    (And You are not responsible for the rest of the world, only yourself)


  47. RichardP says:

    @horseman: When I met her, my wife’s parents had Arabian show horses. A stallion named Gayfad, for show and breeding, and three Arabian mares.

    I recently posted about the recent death from throat cancer of a friend from childhood, either here or at Bloom’s place. In the process of expressing condolences on Facebook, another friend from my childhood, and a friend of the fellow who just died, surfaced. He and his wife live northeast of Stockton, CA in the rolling hills leading up to the mountains. Beautiful country, with many horse farms. They have Arabian horses. Turns out the wife is a friend of the daughter of the folks from whom my wife’s parents bought their Arabian horses. Wife’s horse Gayfad was sired by Fadjur, a national champion stallion owned by Jack Tone of the Jack Tone Ranch outside of Stockton. Jack and his wife are deceased and daughter and family run the Ranch now. horseman, don’t know what you think of Arabian horses, but here are some pictures of Fadjur, Gayfad’s sire. Can’t find any pictures of Gayfad.

    Pictures of Fadjur

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  48. SFC Ton says:

    Because my relationship with ex-gf was illicit, I literally didn’t say her name to another human
    They have names? Weird

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  49. mgtowhorseman says:


    Very nice. Regal neck, elegant legs, nicely proportioned.

    I like all breeds and am naturally drawn to heavier drafts.
    But my personal horse Tucker is half appie half arabian.

    Arabians have a reputation of high strung. Actually it is because of very high intelligence, endurance to spare and situational awareness. So to a lesser horseperson they are “skittish, flighty.”

    Like riding a Triumph bike from the 60s versus a modern Honda or Hummer. Quick, responsive, well mannered but if you are not truly capable you will be tasting pavement.

    The Appie in Tucker makes him loyal to me, Appies are one person horses. The Arabian makes him bush smart. Perfect combo for an endurance horse. Deep in the woods on a 30km course Ive never been on, give him his head and let him pick the path. If he wants to run, turn him loose, if he resists its because there is loose terrain ahead or water or wildlife.

    Each breed needs its own care. Same as dogs, bikes, boats, planes.
    Only the unmasterful blame the breed or the equipment.

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  50. mgtowhorseman says:

    Same as Potato in my avatar. Half percheron half andulusian.
    So he is small for a war horse what Perchs were bred for.
    Big for a cavalier, Andulusians were the original maneuver horse, the famous Lippizaners are from Adulusian.

    So he is big for dressage and heavy for endurance.
    But for quintain, horseback archery, cavalry obstacles. Basically the Hughes 500 defender of horses.

    Gonna put black tack on his white body, get my spear and bow and go play Airwolf.

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  51. Cheque d'Out says:

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  52. Farm Boy says:

    ARLINGTON, VA—At a press conference on Thursday, American Nazi Party leader Emmett Scoggins told reporters that his group is not trying to instate full-on Nazism, but a much better system called “democratic Nazism.”

    “People have us all wrong,” Scoggins explained. “We love democracy. We want people to be able to freely vote and have a voice at the ballot box.”

    Reporters asked Scoggins if, under democratic Nazism, people could just use their democratic voting rights to vote against Nazism. He replied, “No, they could not. That wouldn’t be one of the things you could vote for.” He then clarified, “The things you could vote for would be stuff like how Nazi should we go? Double-Nazi? Triple-Nazi? Nazi-nine-thousand? The choices would be endless, but of course all Nazi choices.”

    Scoggins was questioned about the use of the word “democratic” and how democratic Nazism was any different from plain-old Nazism. “The main difference is we add the word ‘democratic’ on there because people like that word a lot more than just plain ‘Nazi,’” Scoggins said.

    The conference ended with a long speech from Scoggins about everything wrong with America, the need for democratic Nazism, and an impassioned appeal on how “real” Nazism has never been tried.

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  53. Farm Boy says:

    Liz sent this in. It seems that she is a rather adventurous cat

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  54. Ame says:

    Because my relationship with ex-gf was illicit, I literally didn’t say her name to another human
    They have names? Weird


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  55. Cheque d'Out says:

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  56. Farm Boy says:

    I am thinking that Cher might have some extra money that she could donate

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  57. SFC Ton says:

    Kind of funny Cher said that…. she almost sounds like one of us deplorables

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  58. Cheque d'Out says:

    UKIP leader, supposed to be good

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  59. earl says:

    I am thinking that Cher might have some extra money that she could donate

    Virtue signalling is all about saying what needs to be done without the messy stuff like donating your own money or time to solve the problem.

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  60. Farm Boy says:

    Virtue signaling is cheap

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  61. BuenaVista says:

    Only Trump could, in a single day, cause Cher to reveal herself as a border hawk.

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  62. RichardP says:

    I know that appies very in the style of their markings, so I don’t know what your appie/arabian looks like. But here is a son of Fadjur – would be Gayfad’s half-brother – a dappled grey, that puts me in the mind of what your horse might look like. I think this is pure arabian, but I’m not going to take the time to look up the dam to prove it.

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  63. RichardP says:

    This picture shows what I really enjoyed about being around Arabian horses. The wind would come up and the whole bunch of the Arabians (wife’s place, plus the larger Arabian farm next door) would get frisky and run around looking like this:

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  64. Larry G says:

    Just a SWAG on my part…not a border collie, right?


  65. Larry G says:

    If all the illegal invaders have to be spread around to the so-call shit-lib “sanctuary” cities (including this retarded Denver), why not just send ALL of these invaders to Guam? Nice island in the middle of nowhere, one LONG swim to the nearest dry land


  66. SFC Ton says:

    I have no more desire to destroy the people and culture of Gaum as I do for my own to be destroyed

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  67. OKRickety says:

    Ame said: “it would be interesting to know if any of those ‘sweet’ college girls are still virgins.”

    The easy answer is fewer than those who claim they are. The more accurate answer is probably not very many.

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  68. Farm Boy says:

    LAREDO, Texas — A Laredo woman reportedly didn’t appreciate her common-law husband’s lack of response when she asked him if she was pretty, causing her to assault him


  69. earl says:

    From the crazy childish woman story…

    ‘Police said 20-year-old Lizeth Guadalupe Ramirez told them her common-law husband assaulted and tried to strangle her, but her husband had a different story.

    The man said he and Ramirez were seeing a movie when she asked him if she was pretty. He said he did not hear the question, but his lack of response irritated Ramirez.

    Ramirez then reportedly hit the man several times on their way home before assaulting a relative who tried to break up the fight at the house.

    She has been charged with two counts of assault.’

    Anymore if women ‘go victim’…that increases their likelihood they were actually the instigator a lot. That’s just how it is ladies because your fellow sex uses that lane way too much.

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  70. Cheque d'Out says:

    To be honest, that’s exactly what I expected

    Liked by 3 people

  71. Farm Boy says:

    Attorney General Barr


  72. SFC Ton says:

    Lizeth Guadalupe Ramirez
    Remember boys you ca always get a a nice docile feminine woman from across the border……..

    Or has that man o sphere delusion finally die?

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  73. SFC Ton says:

    The easy answer is fewer than those who claim they are. The more accurate answer is probably not very many.
    The number you are looking for is 0

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  74. Farm Boy says:

    It’s almost as if someone said “No one has less knowledge of science, a higher opinion of himself, and a bigger carbon footprint than Al Gore” and Kerry replies “hold my champagne, I’m going to testify as a climate change expert.”

    — Thomas Massie (@RepThomasMassie)


  75. Larry G says:


    A man and a woman who had never met before, but who were both married to other people, found themselves assigned to the same sleeping cabin on a trans-continental train. Though initially embarrassed and uneasy over sharing a room, they were both very tired and fell asleep quickly, he in the upper berth and she in the lower.

    At 1:00 AM, the man leaned down and gently woke the woman saying,
    “Look, I’m sorry to bother you, but would you be willing to reach into the closet to get me a second blanket? I’m very cold.”
    “I have a better idea” she replied “Just for tonight, let’s pretend that we’re married.”
    “Wow! That’s a great idea!” he exclaimed.

    “Good,” she replied. “Get your own blanket.”

    After a moment of silence, he farted.

    The End.

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  76. Replace city with country and Cher starts sounding like a deplorable! Too funny. Clown world! (It really *is* a clown world!)

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  77. RichardP says:

    Notre Dame is gone. Burned. Roof has collapsed. Walls next probably.

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  78. BuenaVista says:

    CdO: I’m a Scruton fan. In case you haven’t seen this:

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  79. SFC Ton says:

    Yeah that a travesty for the entire Western world


  80. RichardP says:

    Re. Notre Dame – good discussion:


  81. SFC Ton says:

    Read your spectator link BV

    Typical leftie pussy trying to church up his stupidity

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  82. Ame says:

    18h ago
    Ame said: “it would be interesting to know if any of those ‘sweet’ college girls are still virgins.”

    The easy answer is fewer than those who claim they are. The more accurate answer is probably not very many.

    in christian circles, the theme of getting a ‘second chance’ is huge … that God is a God of second chances. He is. but He doesn’t erase our choices as if they never happened in this life we live … the choices are still a part of us, and we still have to face them. it’s taught, though, as if the choices are completely erased as if they never happened (b/c God forgives our sins completely, and He does). the tragedy of that false teaching is that people expect the world to accept their ‘new purity’ and not to have to ever answer for the choices they made before getting their ‘second chance’ (or third, or forth, etc … which God does sometimes give but not always).

    so … parents aren’t so hard on kids about sex because we’re all sinners, we all make mistakes, and, after all, it’s just *sex* … AND .. the biggie … the parents were probably not virgins when they married, and the dad is probably not the only guy Mom slept with – which she may or may not have fully disclosed to him. so how can they impose on their kids what they didn’t impose on themselves (and wouldn’t if they had the chance to go back and do it again).

    then there’s the other side … the “True Love Waits” side, that totally ignores human sexuality and desire and need, even to the point of making masterbation a huge sin and forcing that sin and guilt on their kids when they sure as heck ignored that ‘sin’ (which the bible doesn’t call a sin) themselves when they were young.

    throw girls with that background into a ‘christian’ college to find a ‘nice’ christian ‘boy’ to support them and take over their debt and accept their N count which is likely to be at least 1 if not more before she meets the nice christian boy … and then all the ‘secular’ teaching that has permeated ‘christian’ everything, including education … recipe for disaster. unrealistic expectations + unrealistic and false perceptions of reality = nothing but disaster.


  83. Ame says:

    LOL Larry!


  84. Ame says:

    totally off topic … but what’s the deal with changing the names of things that make sense? i mean … first we have IM for instant messaging … then PM for private messaging … now DM for direct messaging …


    and what else … b/c those are the only ones i know, which means there’ve got to be more! lol!


  85. Farm Boy says:

    I finally agree with @Cher!

    — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) April 15, 2019


  86. Farm Boy says:

    A self-proclaimed “saint” was arrested in a coastal Florida town Sunday after screaming obscenities and threatening to unleash an army of turtles, an arrest affidavit reportedly said.


  87. mgtowhorseman says:

    A good layman’s explanation.


  88. BuenaVista says:

    I know of exactly two construction-related causes of a catastrophic fire in an 850-year iconic structure.

    1. Someone was using a torch to cut rafter cable fasteners that were seized.

    2. Someone was using a torch to remove paint in the rafters.

    I’m sure there are others, but good luck convincing me that the above happened.

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  89. I watched quite a bit of SEC gymnastics this season, but I missed this somehow.

    Don’t know what the commentator is talking about ankles for… Maybe he was watching another event.

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  90. mgtowhorseman says:

    Ok its just a game but
    A) he has a point, why would a laser weapon have recoil
    B) his rant is really fucking funny.


  91. mgtowhorseman says:

    Please please please let it be an accident.

    A deliberate act in a Catholic icon the week of Easter is too much to consider. Especially if the Holy Relics were there and put in dasnger.

    It would be the Franz Ferdinand of our times.

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  92. SFC Ton says:

    Please please please let it be an accident.

    Please please please let it be whatever in the fuck will wake up the French and the Catholics and them act like God fearing White men instead of pussies

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  93. RichardP says:

    From here – talking about 2019:

    Vandals and arsonists have targeted French churches in a wave of attacks that has lasted nearly two months.

    More than 10 churches have been hit since the beginning of February, with some set on fire while others were severely desecrated or damaged.

    St. Sulpice, the second-largest church in Paris, after Notre Dame Cathedral, had the large wooden door on its southern transept set ablaze March 17.

    Investigators confirmed March 18 that the fire was started deliberately …

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  94. Farm Boy says:

    Quick PSA: Can we stop calling films “chick flicks” unless the films are literally about small baby chickens? Here’s why this phrase should absolutely be retired (thread):
    — Netflix Film (@NetflixFilm) April 15, 2019

    For starters, “chick flicks” are traditionally synonymous with romantic comedies. This suggests that women are the only people interested in 1. Romance 2. Comedy. Which I can promise from the men I’ve come across in my life – simply isn’t true.
    — Netflix Film (@NetflixFilm) April 15, 2019

    There aren’t sweeping categories specific to men. You don’t hear people asking to watch “man movies” – instead, pretty much every intersection of genre is on the table and seen as for men, except of course, the aforementioned rom-coms.
    — Netflix Film (@NetflixFilm) April 15, 2019

    The term also cheapens the work that goes into making these types of films. Romantic comedies and/or films centered around female leads go through just as much editing, consideration, and rewriting as any other film.
    — Netflix Film (@NetflixFilm) April 15, 2019

    And nicknaming films “chick flicks” drives home that there’s something trivial about watching them. But what’s trivial about watching a film that makes you feel 1,000 emotions in ~90 minutes?
    — Netflix Film (@NetflixFilm) April 15, 2019


  95. SFC Ton says:

    You don’t hear people asking to watch “man movies
    Ahhh yes you do. All the fucking time. Ain’t my fault you don’t know any actual men to hear one make the request

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  96. Farm Boy says:

    “Democrats Are Falling Into the Ilhan Omar Trap/By rushing to stand with the controversial congresswoman, the 2020 contenders are allowing Trump to transform her into the face of their Party”


  97. Farm Boy says:

    Glue. Why didn’t I think of that!

    Thousands of people took to the streets of central London on Monday, blockading some of the UK capital’s busiest roads and bridges, and gluing themselves to street furniture, to raise the alarm over a mounting climate crisis


  98. Ame says:

    Thousands of people . . . proved how absolutely stupid and insane they are and how they have not one bit of brain matter that functions properly and absolutely no common sense and no ability to make rational and logical decisions and choices . . .

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  99. Farm Boy says:

    I hope that it was super-glue

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