The Utility Function


How do large swaths of women view men?

There is the is he sexy / fun / gives me tingles perspective.

Then there is the utility function perspective.  This is just what it says, of what utility is this fella to me?  What can he contribute to me.  Of course, women with babies need resources.  They need protection.  They need people to do stuff for them.  So a utility function perspective would make sense.  Note that a fine utility function results in lots of transfer to her.

And speaking of transfer, is there typically anything comparable transferred to him?  In times past there might have been youth and beauty, a feminine pleasant demeanor and fine domestic skills.  In fact, young women were trained for and encouraged to present just that.  How about today?  We all know the answer  – not as much.

However, the same (if not more) utility function is demanded of the fellas.  Demanded might be most apt of words here.  It is not a good look.  I wonder how many women realize this (or care)

 

 

 

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88 comments on “The Utility Function
  1. Jack says:

    Women have always availed of the utility function of men. But as women have gradually lost their own utility function over the past 2-3 decades, men are copping out of the one-way deal.

    Because women are the ones who benefit in the short run, they don’t recognize this disparity, and they don’t want to either. But when short run becomes long run, there will necessarily be a reassessment. We’re waiting for that day.

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  2. Cheque d'Out says:

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  3. Cheque d'Out says:

    Corruption as well as incompetence and betrayal?

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  4. BuenaVista says:

    I’ve been binge-watching “Deadwood”, prior to the release of the new movie next month. (For the Commonwealth set, Deadwood, South Dakiota was the site of a gold strike in the post Civil War period. The land was in fact owned by the Sioux indians, but whites poured in and created a frontier society devoid of government.)

    The tension between the men and women is one defined by utility. Men have money, property and the ability to kill other men. Women are whores, crippled — or an angel.

    One man, and one woman, are in love, but cannot be together. He is married to his brother’s widow (brother killed in US Army cavalry). They are strangers in the same house, that he built for her. His love interest is a widow and the caretaker of a Norwegian orphan. He gets her pregnant; an honorable miner marries her knowing her condition and that she doesn’t love him. So red pill/blue pill dynamics, but very moving as the hero and his brother’s widow struggle to honor their marriage and construct something meaningful.

    I saw the whole thing 12 years ago. I didn’t understand much of it. The creator is an ex-Yale English prof (David Milch) who apparently is, or was, a messed-up gambler and heroin addict. He uses the British actor Ian McShane to deliver a frontier Shakespearean argot. Long, long lines and confusing dialogue, for a Western action picture.

    But to the point of the OP, which, if our laboring FB is going to construct them, and labor to present them, in hopes of inciting meaningful … (that’s a parody of Milch, disregard):

    I do think men, and women, are happier when their respective “utility” is agreed upon, a given. And an accepted convention by our community. Things get very fuzzy when one day a man (or woman) is a utility, but the next day he is merely a love or sex object. This is where we’re at today, guardrail to guardrail until we jump the rail and disappear over the edge.

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  5. BuenaVista says:

    For example, I think one reason women are usually so thrilled to be pregnant is that they know, intuit, that they are fulfilling a timeless utility. A man comes home with an outsized bonus, he rejoices in his utility: “Baby, we’re renting a house in Provence next summer.” He’s telling himself, I did it, I made good by my family.

    But because the current ethos diminishes both events (both celebrations, in theory) nobody’s getting anywhere.

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  6. BuenaVista says:

    I nearly got fired from my own company once (outside investors) because I wouldn’t sell our software in China. UK is fucked if Huawei is running your wireless infrastructure.

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  7. “I got nothing today except for this joke: There was this Bernie Bro school teacher who wanted to get a little political indoctrination in. So one day during math class, he asked little Johnny in the first row to stand up and tell him what sort of politics he believed in. Little Johnny told the teacher he was a conservative. The Bernie Bro teacher asked Little Johnny why was he a conservative. Little Johnny said his parents were both conservatives so he’s a conservative too. So the teacher asked Johnny, ‘If your Mom was an idiot and your Dad was an idiot, what would that make you?’ Little Johnny replied, ‘That would make me a Bernie Bro.'”

    (h/t Lori Hendry on Twitter)

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  8. Larry G says:

    Touching base briefly folks….first of all, all is well. Handled and resolved a minor marital issue brought on by my wife of 26 years. Proves the fact that no woman, no matter how long married, loved and well cared for, is ever totally immune to being a total shit-for-brains from time to time.

    Shit storm over…we take you now back to our regular programming,,,,

    [Good to have you back it is]

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  9. Larry G says:

    this went over rather well during a recent conversation….

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  10. Farm Boy says:

    LarryG seems to have a theme today

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  11. Farm Boy says:

    From HeadHunter’s link

    Much of the behavior enabled by this emerging online market isn’t exactly prostitution — not a straightforward fee-for-service arrangement — but in general, social media is a mechanism by which good-looking young women may discover the cash value of their youth and beauty. This involves an international marketplace, with wealthy men all over the world bidding up the value of the desired commodity, and various “agents” acting as brokers for, uh, transactional companionship.

    One result of this phenomenon — so-called “sugar babies” vending themselves to “sugar daddies” — is widespread cynicism and distrust. College girls who become accustomed to jetting off to Miami, Palm Springs or the French Rivera for “vacations” with well-heeled clients are not likely to be impressed with their male classmates, who can’t afford to spoil them in this manner. And a young man never knows whether the attractive woman with whom he’s trying to strike up a conversation is secretly engaging in such commercial activity.

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  12. BuenaVista says:

    Regarding the Instagram marketplace, I really don’t see anything new about this. The modality is slightly different and is more efficient than the old dating services or online dating services.

    Recall that “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” is about an upscale escort (Audrey Hepburn) and to this day she is an aspirational figure for young women.

    Even with older women who are ‘married’, they document their solo travels with flattering (solo) photos, inspirational notes, fancy stuff. They may not be ‘in the market’ but they’re in the market, at least vicariously.

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  13. thedeti says:

    Kind of on topic.

    Like I have told you: Women disrespect men. Men hate women.

    This is the “men hate women” part:

    https://dalrock.wordpress.com/2019/04/29/men-stopped-reverencing-women/

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  14. thedeti says:

    A few years ago I debated a woman at Donal Graeme’s mostly dormant site. This woman actually said that a man’s utility function was sexually attractive. She called it “utilitarian tingles”.

    Yes. She actually wrote that.

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  15. From Deti’s link to Dalrock:

    Relationships are no longer partnerships.

    This is correct as a stand alone topic. I would use another “P” word to describe relationships today, parasitism.

    we’re in a turning point of history where men no longer held a reverence for women like they did in a previous generation.

    Men didn’t revere women; they valued (or sometimes didn’t) what a worthwhile woman could bring to the table. Younger women today, and many older women as well, generally lack almost all the classic feminine virtues and appear as high-strung, whiny-ass, punks to men. No men are demanding an increase the high-strung, whiny-ass punk population, thank you very much.

    There is basically no common ground left for men and women to share as so many women are closet feminists who silently appreciate and benefit from men’s general decline in society, except for the areas where they are personally being impacted negatively.

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  16. Liz says:

    I posted this quote a couple of months back at Bloom’s but it seems fitting here. Kfg posted it at Rollo’s:

    “Because it is babies all the way down those things all have their ultimate root in getting laid, but can be so many times removed from the root that it occasionally needs pointing out.
    The Victorian neo-Queen Anne mansion is the human peacock’s tail. No man would ever even dream of building such a ridiculous thing without being under the influence of women. So, he does it “to get laid.” But he doesn’t necessarily think “I’m doing this to get laid.” He’s just following a drive.
    Note that the peacock does not display his tail and say to the peahen, “Hey, look at this. Fuck me.” He has a drive to spread to his tail when he sees a peahen and peahens have a drive to say, “Oh my God. Look at that. For God’s sake FUCK ME!” The peacock’s tail gets him laid, so his mission isn’t to get laid, it’s to build his tail. Once removed from the root drive, but more effective than trying to go straight to the root drive, because peafowl aren’t built that way.
    Daniel Boone, ultimately crossed the Cumberland Gap to get laid, but if he had thought “How is this going to get me laid,” he would have concluded that it wouldn’t and stayed home. He ended up zeroed out (fucking lawyers) except for – a son who respected him enough to take care of him in his old age and grandchildren who went around saying, “Do you know who MY grandfather is?” with pride.
    Getting laid is a drive, but the drive is about babies. All the way down.
    But the drive of women is such that they do not respond to a man wanting to get laid. That would be too easy and we’d all just spend our time fucking in the streets that aren’t there because we were too busy fucking to build streets, which would result in all of us dying before the babies happened and matured.
    Women respond to a man’s mission and how he handles it. A man on a mission causes women to think about him.

    Is the above a description of “utilitarian tingles” or “hawt guyz tingles”?
    If attraction is a value assessment (and I think it is) then it seems to me value assessments are de facto utility assessments.
    But it’s not always quantifiable or easily definable.
    “Loving me for my inner awesomeness!” isn’t really a thing, outside of chick lit rags.

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  17. “Women respond to a man’s mission and how he handles it.” Bullshit.

    “A man on a mission causes women to think about him.” More bullshit.

    “Daniel Boone, ultimately crossed the Cumberland Gap to get laid, …” Complete and utter bullshit.

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  18. This si the kind of boomer-cuck nonsense that drives me insane:

    https://theothermccain.com/2019/04/26/its-very-simple/

    In my experience, when you try to talk to young people about this problem, what you get in response are economic arguments — they can’t afford to get married and have children, they say. However, this argument is easily rebutted by the observation that, first of all, marriage itself costs nearly nothing. My wife and I will mark our 30th anniversary Sunday. On April 28, 1989, we went to the courthouse in Gordon County, Georgia, and were married by Probate Judge Johnny Parker, with two of our friends in attendance as witnesses. You don’t need a big expensive ceremony to get married and, proverbially, “two can live as cheaply as one.” Furthermore, very poor people have more babies on average than do the college-educated middle class, so that income and assets are inversely correlated to fertility. Thus, the claim that young people can’t get married and have children because of their economic circumstances is exposed as a self-justifying rationalization.

    “You don’t need a big expensive ceremony to get married”

    Tell that to Stacy and her mother, fucko.

    “two can live as cheaply as one.”

    Eating dirt and rocks and wearing grass skirts they can, dipshit.

    The reason very poor people can have more babies, shit-wit, is because money is stolen from people like me to pay for them. Sure, I’ll have three more kids, just get the fucking government to give ME $50,000/year in untaxed benefits and I’ll get busy.

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  19. Liz says:

    Bullshit….more bullshit….complete and utter bullshit

    Heh, you’re being kind of vague there, KH.
    Tell me how you really feel. 😆

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  20. Farm Boy says:

    Lots of good stuff here today

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  21. Cheque d'Out says:

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  22. Farm Boy says:

    I wonder what the people really think of the Tories…

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  23. Farm Boy says:

    In a surprise update to Mortal Kombat 11 released to players on Monday, NetherRealm and Warner Bros. Interactive have introduced a brutal new fatality where your character just states an opposing viewpoint, and the opponent dies instantly.

    Every character can reportedly access this new alternative fatality.

    One character says, “There are only two genders,” and his opponent instantly melts into nothing, being unable to handle the opposing viewpoint. Another character suggests that capitalism isn’t all bad, and his opponent’s head instantly falls off. Other Mortal Kombat fighters make statements about how it’s OK to be white, or how you can be friends with people with opposing political ideas.

    Every single time the statement is made, the opponent instantly dies from the sudden and unexpected shattering of their echo chamber.

    According to insiders, Ben Shapiro is expected to be introduced as downloadable content soon, and he will “literally make his opponents explode in blood and guts with facts and logic.”

    https://babylonbee.com/news/mortal-kombat-introduces-brutal-new-fatality-where-your-character-just-states-a-slightly-different-opinion

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  24. Farm Boy says:

    “Minecraft” creator Marcus “Notch” Persson, who sold the title to Microsoft for $2.5 billion in 2014, won’t be part of 10-year anniversary plans for the game because of his “comments and opinions,” Microsoft tells Variety.

    “His comments and opinions do not reflect those of Microsoft or Mojang and are not representative of ‘Minecraft,” a Microsoft spokesperson stated

    Persson, once an involved member of the video game development community, has increasingly ostracized himself with his Twitter comments, including transphobic statements and comments about a “heterosexual pride day,” and that “it’s ok to be white.” Persson has about 3.7 million followers on Twitter.

    https://variety.com/2019/gaming/news/minecraft-creator-excluded-from-anniversary-due-to-comments-and-opinions-exclusive-1203200050/

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  25. ostracized himself with his Twitter comments, including transphobic statements and comments about a “heterosexual pride day,” and that “it’s ok to be white.”

    Clown World, next stop. And every stop after that too.

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  26. BuenaVista says:

    I’m assuming this was shot by an ag drone, and not just an insane real person in a helicopter.

    I didn’t know they rotated counter-clockwise:

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  27. BuenaVista says:

    Der Deti:

    “A few years ago I debated a woman at Donal Graeme’s mostly dormant site. This woman actually said that a man’s utility function was sexually attractive. She called it “utilitarian tingles”.”

    And I bet she was just super-duper fun after dark.

    ***

    Had lunch with my librarian friend. She gave me a box of books that they are required to de-accession. (In English: throw away.) This is an actual college where the president has decided it’s REALLY GREAT millenials and GenZ’s DON’T READ BOOKS. CHEAPER! By cutting the library in half he gets a new building FOR FREE.

    These books are very good books: theology, Christian history, etc. She’s all aflutter with her recent discovery of JPII’s “Theology of the Body”, which I read of extensively 10 years ago, because I was spinning in place trying to figure out how to be a single man in middle age. But she keeps bringing it up. Light a candle for me.

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  28. BuenaVista says:

    When someone can show me an organized group of women lobbying to reverse the legal, criminal, financial, and social penalties imposed on men for marrying, then I will take women seriously when they say they are not feminist.

    Present female company excluded, of course.

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  29. Farm Boy says:

    I sometimes come across college students. I ask them many questions. One thing that I ask is whether the prof assigns a book and whether they buy it. Invariably the answers are yes and no

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  30. Liz says:

    This belongs on the other thread, but….boob glue is an actual thing!
    Who knew?!?
    (boob glue exists, ergo the odds AOC has in fact glued her tits to the pavement just went up to…100 percent)
    https://www.bosomcouture.com/product/bosom-couture/

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  31. Farm Boy says:

    I assume that it is for pasties

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  32. Farm Boy says:

    You can recycle the boob glue thing on the next thread

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  33. Liz says:

    Just hoping to help with the number of AOC + boob search hits.

    [Worry about this you should not]

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  34. Liz says:

    Since I miss the boat on Pimpin’ I’ve come up with a fresh idea…
    A Utilitarian Tingles romance series.
    First book entitled, “The Respectful Suitor”.
    Woman in tight fitted, bodice-ripper style gown, RS behind her, dutifully braiding her hair.

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  35. Cheque d'Out says:

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  36. Liz says:

    Wonder how much Huawei gave to the Clinton Foundation.

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  37. Farm Boy says:

    Probably lots.

    Hillary is a whore, so to speak

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  38. Farm Boy says:

    Most do not exercise critical thinking and let society do the thinking for them. They choose the world feminism has bludgeoned them to choose. And since this goes against their genetic programming, they now have a life of living in denial.

    https://sigmaframe.wordpress.com/2019/04/29/moon-day-chix-lynx-guilt-and-responsibility/

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  39. Liz says:

    From the “poop transplant” article:
    Montella said antibiotics didn’t fix the problem”
    No shit? (pun intended)
    That’s because antibiotics actually caused the problem in the first place.
    C Diff is basically natural flora (as is prop acnes) problem is when some other types of intestinal flora are killed off, leading to an imbalance.
    This is a hospital created problem…and now they’re solving it with “fecal material transplants”.
    We’re truly in the age of Medieval medicine.

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  40. Liz says:

    Forgot to add, the mandatory daily protonix treatments (PPIs, proton pump inhibitors) in hospitals contribute to the problem. They prevent ulcers, but also change the balance that keeps c diff under control.
    Tomorrow’s overshare topic: Incontinence!
    Just kidding. This was a big issue when I was a floor nurse.

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  41. SFC Ton says:

    Women have some utility too.
    ……….
    That’ is entirely dependent on how well they take a cock

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  42. Farm Boy says:

    A new update issued by watchdog groups on climate change indicated this afternoon that we only have 12 seconds left until climate change destroys the planet.

    We previously thought we had just 12 years, then 10 years, but the latest update indicates that we have well under a minute.

    “The earth will be totally destroyed in the next, oh, 12 seconds,” said Beto O’Rourke at a rally. “If you don’t give the government a bunch of money and power, it will happen. Trust me.”

    https://babylonbee.com/news/update-we-now-have-only-12-seconds-left-until-climate-change-destroys-the-planet

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  43. Cheque d'Out says:

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  44. Cheque d'Out says:

    Rebecca Mong-Daily has a few promo shots out in preparation for her being made leader of the laba party after Jezza goes

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  45. Cheque d'Out says:

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  46. Farm Boy says:

    Hillary Clinton’s back in the news, claiming once again that she was robbed in the 2016 election and that President Trump should be impeached. But voters don’t see a Hillary Clinton presidency as a better deal for them.

    A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that 42% of Likely U.S. Voters believe America would be better off today if Clinton had been elected president instead of Trump. But a plurality (48%) disagrees. Eleven percent (11%) are undecided

    http://m.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/politics/general_politics/april_2019/hillary_misses_her_presidency_more_than_voters_do

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  47. Farm Boy says:

    From the point of view of the men, the society is a matriarchy

    Women claim to be equal partners when that suits them and claim to be entitled to special consideration when that suits them.

    https://www.mindingthecampus.org/2019/04/17/a-fantasy-for-the-sexes/

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  48. From FB’s mindingthecampus link:

    “At home, men routinely sit through harangues that demonstrate women’s greater verbal skills and emotional agility….

    At home and on the job, men are reminded of their emotional inferiority and verbal inadequacy. Nowhere are they as quick as women in their emotional responses, their verbalization of those responses, or their acuity in gauging the dynamics of interaction or situation.”

    None of which milks the cows or gets the fields planted.

    What is a woman talking about? The answer: Her feelings. Always, her feelings.

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  49. I’ma gonna blow this up to poster size and put it on my door for Halloween. Ain’t nothing scarier…

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  50. Larry G says:

    “What is a woman talking about? The answer: Her feelings. Always, her feelings.”

    and the correct answer to this quiz is……

    “Alex, for $1000. What is “Look deep into these big brown eyes and see that I really don’t give much of a fuck about your female feelz”?

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  51. Liz says:

    Any GoT watchers/readers here? A poster over at Adam’s had a good comment, I thought (copied from elsewhere)
    George R. R. Martin avoided Vietnam by being granted conscientious objector status in 1970. J. R. R. Tolkien left his ivory tower when called and served in the monstrous hell that was the Battle of the Somme—WWI trench warfare being a strong contender for the dubious title of most horrific condition of war ever endured by man. The Somme had 60,000 British casualties in its first day alone… Flooded trenches often at or below sea level, prone to having shit, body parts, and blood washing around a soldier’s trenchcoat. This is not fanciful. Survivors wrote of it. Artillery shells might or might not end you—you had no say in the matter. Rats ate the bodies in No Man’s Land. But Tolkien came out of it writing a tale of nobility and grandeur, while Martin—who avoided it—has written of squalor.

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  52. Liz says:

    On the subject of influence and what we watch, male teen suicide rates spiked after a Netflix show was released. Month had the highest rate in 19 years.

    https://www.yahoo.com/news/teen-suicide-rates-spiked-immediately-142505713.html

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  53. Liz says:

    “Interesting times call for the most elaborate assortment of breads and circuses”
    -Juvenal might’ve said

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  54. Larry G says:

    A blonde drops off her dress to the dry cleaners

    The lady says, “Come Again!”

    The blonde says, “No, it’s toothpaste this time.”

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  55. Larry G says:

    A guy took his blonde girlfriend to her first football game. They had great seats right behind their team’s bench. After the game, he asked her how she liked the experience. “Oh, I really liked it,” she replied, “especially the tight pants and all the big muscles, but I just couldn’t understand why they were killing each other over 25 cents.” Dumbfounded, her date asked, “What do you mean?” “Well, they flipped a coin, one team got it, and then for the rest of the game, all they kept screaming was, ‘Get the quarterback! Get the quarterback!’ I’m like, hello? It’s only 25 cents!”

    There was a blonde who just got sick and tired of all the blonde jokes. One evening, she went home and memorized all the state capitals. Back in the office the next day, some guy started telling a dumb blonde joke. She interrupted him with a shrill announcement, “I’ve had it up to here with these blonde jokes. I want you to know that this blonde went home last night and did something probably none of you could do. I memorized all the state capitals.” One of the guys, of course, said, “I don’t believe you. What is the capital of Nevada?” “N,” she answered.

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  56. Liz says:

    I missed you, Larry. 😆

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  57. Larry G says:

    I missed me too! The cops had one hell of a time finding me

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  58. Larry G says:

    Jill goes home one night with a guy she met at a club. He’s tall, super hot, and seems different than most guys she meets. They arrive at his place and head straight to his room. Jill can’t help but notice a shelf full of teddy bears. On the bottom are small teddy bears, on the middle are medium-sized teddy bears, and finally, on the top are large teddy bears, all lined up beside each other.

    She begins to think that he is sentimental and sweet, and isn’t afraid to show it. Her heart melts and she want to give him the best night of his life. She gives him a blowjob, and lets him really give it to her, even takes it in the ass In the morning.

    She slowly gets dressed, and smiles at him and asks, “How was that?” He nods and says, “Not too bad at all. Help yourself to a prize on the second shelf!”

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  59. Larry G says:

    Q: What do you do when an epileptic has a seizure in the bath tub?
    A: Throw in some laundry.

    Q: What kind of wood doesn’t float?
    A: Natalie Wood.

    Q: How do you starve a black person?
    A: Put their food stamp card under their workboots!

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  60. BuenaVista says:

    I appreciate The Liz referencing J.R.R.Tolkien. Tolkien and C.S. Lewis were buddies at Oxford and each wrote what I term “subversive” texts: each wrote hugely popular and important parables of Christian meaning, but in such a way that no one got it, no one knew “Narnia” was a land under God, no one knew “Rings” was the work of a devout Christian.

    [I do think the only way to publish (conventionally) any red pill-literate story is to do so in an equally “subversive” way.]

    As per Tolkien, Lewis served in the Somme, swimming in the drowned trenches filled with rats and human body parts. He was atheist in the moment.

    Wounded and removed from the field, on the hospital train back to London, the nihilist Lewis, is surprised by joy (the title of one of his eventual books):

    “I think I never enjoyed anything so much as that scenery — all the white in the hedges, and the fields so full of buttercups that in the distance they seemed to be of solid gold. You see the conviction is gaining ground on me that after all Spirit does exist. I fancy that there is Something right outside time and place. . . . You see how frankly I admit that my views have changed.”

    Lewis’ “The Great Divorce” has saved many lives. He notes that yes, we may well be living in Hell, already. But Hell is defined by its opposite, as heat is defined by cold, isn’t it.

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  61. BuenaVista says:

    Footnote to the OP: men express utilitarian bias toward other men. It’s how we rank order each other, how we build our own hierarchies. Male respect and affection and loyalty derive from our competence or observable contribution.

    The current socio-sexual fracas is derived, I think, from female disparagement of competence (or other forms of utility) in favor of narcissistic fantasy. The fantasy is real to half the population, and that half now controls the public discussion.

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  62. Farm Boy says:

    BV hits a home run

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  63. Cheque d'Out says:

    Ooh look. The patriot leaker is sacked for revealing betrayal of nation’s security

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  64. BuenaVista says:

    CdO, 12:34 GMT: Huwaei:

    There’s no such thing as a Chinese, independent, exporting company. No such thing. They all work for Xi and his monolith.

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  65. Liz says:

    The patriot leaker is sacked for revealing betrayal of nation’s security

    Well, I’d like to see him come over here and work as our Secretary of Defense.

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  66. It is a crime to leak from the National Security Council that the people on the National Security Council are selling out your nation’s security to the Chinese…

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  67. Farm Boy says:

    Drain the swamp

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  68. Farm Boy says:

    Attorney General William P. Barr said Wednesday that he will probe whether the Clinton campaign’s payments to a company using a former British spy who collected information from Russian sources amounted to collusion….

    https://m.washingtontimes.com/news/2019/may/1/william-barr-doj-probe-possibility-clinton-russia-/

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  69. Larry G says:

    Going to take my new coffee mug to the office, it’s sure to be a conversation piece, no?

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  70. Larry G says:

    for your listening pleasure

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  71. Farm Boy says:

    Hillary sure does have a tough time getting a good photo of her taken

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  72. Farm Boy says:

    Well that settles it then

    Julia Roberts Calls For Gender-Neutral School Bathrooms

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/46627/julia-roberts-calls-gender-neutral-school-paul-bois

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  73. Larry G says:

    “Julia Roberts Calls For Gender-Neutral School Bathroom…..”

    been there, done that

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  74. Larry G says:

    FB,
    Well that settles it then

    Julia Roberts Calls For Gender-Neutral School Bathrooms

    So once anybody/gender/species/thing/perv can use the same bathroom, there won’t be any female sniveling or bitching about the seats being left up, right?

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  75. BuenaVista says:

    … and she misses “Mad Men”.

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  76. Is that Faye Valentine?

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  77. Farm Boy says:

    The comic about freshman New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D) titled “Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and the Freshman Force: New Party Who Dis?” has some very fascinating depictions of politicians and their interactions throughout its pages.

    In one panel we have AOC physically assaulting President Donald Trump and then shaving his head before putting him in jail. We also a shredded mike pence standing shirtless in front of a waving LGBT rainbow flag as we’re informed he sought forgiveness from the gay community

    https://www.redstate.com/brandon_morse/2019/05/01/ocasio-cortez-comic-disturbing-depiction-nancy-pelosi/

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