From here,

Gamers are facing a new threat worse than any monster they’ve ever encountered. Legacy media companies are trying to ruin online gaming, claiming it can be a recruitment tool for right-wing terrorists.

First of all, what right-wing terrorists?  I am not seeing too many of them, how about you?

The battle isn’t over political correctness anymore. Microsoft Xbox Chief Phil Spencer just released new measures to make video gaming “promote and protect the safety of all” from the “toxic stew of hate speech, bigotry and misogyny.”

First of all, it is protected speech.  Even if it was hate speech (which it isn’t).  Lots of these games are about killing Nazis, surely an approved villain.  Others are about killing villains who have shown themselves to clearly be villains.  Villains of the modern day from certain sensitive groups are aggressively avoided.  What more do they want?

The announcement, ostensibly written by Spencer, reads more like social justice stream of consciousness than corporate PR. The term “safe”/“safety” appeared no less than 17 times in the brief post. He plans to achieve this with a new Xbox Safety task force dubbed the “Defenders of Joy.”

Orwell would be in awe of that one.

Are SJWs and/or young people buying this BS?  What/who’s copy is being defended?  From whom?

Short answer — if you don’t want to play such games, don’t.

Also, don’t claim that these games place evil ideas in fella’s heads.  We went through that phase in the 90’s, when it was shown that there wasn’t a connection between game violence and real world violence.

The recently updated Xbox community standards had similar rhetoric warning that “if you’re looking for a place on the internet to be overly edgy or get that rise out of people, Xbox isn’t the place for you.”

It didn’t explain what “overly edgy” means, guaranteeing players will be afraid to say anything that might offend the censors.

I always thought that SJW types were into edgy stuff.  It was one way that that showed the world how awesome they were.  That is, I look at edgy stuff, therefore I am.  Apparently not anymore.

Of course, this is all about creating a chilling effect, which US Courts have regularly ruled against with respect to free speech rights.

Microsoft is far from alone in warning about the danger of in-game comments. The New York Times stooped as low as smearing cartoonish video games as recruitment tools for right-wing extremism.

Could they be a bit more specific as to how this works?  Oh, I thought so.

In its March 27 opinion piece “From Fortnite to Alt-Right,” Texas Tech University assistant professor Megan Condis condemned the video game community as a breeding ground for right-wing terrorists — or “white nationalist recruitment” in her phrasing.

Does it actually do so?  Or do the fellas just like to have fun with their friends?

Blaming games and gamers is hardly new. But this is a drastic escalation from GamerGate to marking gamers as potential right-wing terrorists.

Other outlets have followed suit. The Washington Post has condemnedgamer culture as a source of “toxicity” including “racism,” “misogyny,” and “death threats.” NPR wrote an article claiming right-wing “hate groups” are using video games to recruit new members. The Guardian has written multiple pieces claiming not only that video game culture is fueling the rise of the extreme right, but needs to become as colonized by liberal politics as Hollywood.

It goes on and on.  Blah-blah.  It is as if Herr Goebbels was behind it all, with the idea that if you are going to lie, to lie big.  Then keep up the lie.

Perhaps the real goal is to make gaming un-fun for the fellas.  Maybe this is step one to driving them off of MGTOW island.  Being good drones is what is needed.  Probably every bit helps.

So where is this headed?

Posted in FarmBoy, Gamer, Gamergate, Lies
173 comments on “Propaganda
  1. hansolo007 says:

    Some of you may remember me from the past and Spawny mentioned I should pass on the good news here that I got married and we’re having a son in a few weeks. My wife is a great woman and we’re excited to have our first child.

    [The Force be with you it will]

    Liked by 8 people

  2. Farm Boy says:

    It is good to see evidence of some fine ladies out there

    Liked by 4 people

  3. Yoda says:

    Make more appearances around here Han should

    Liked by 5 people

  4. Liz says:

    Oh squee! That’s so great, Han!!! 🤗
    Babies are so wonderful. I’m envious.

    Liked by 4 people

  5. BuenaVista says:

    The restoration of dueling, which I have promised to write a book about for 10 years.

    Where you call someone a liar or slap him on the face: out in the street or pistols at dawn. Imagine how pleasant WashDC would be all the type-type-typing little fucks had to back up their talk.

    The SJWs are more hysterical this year than last; the time to negotiate their demands is past.

    One guy won’t go out.

    One guy does.

    In both cases the general noise level has improved.

    Seems pretty straightforward. The Washington Post might even be readable again if these rules applied.

    I’m partial to Viggo. Appaloosa is a top-5 red pill movie, even though one of my crushes is a deceitful harridan in that pic. “Eastern Promises”. And “A History of Violence” where Viggo seeks peace and quiet in Central Bumfuck Great Lakes, Indiana Subdivision, with a good girl and their children.

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  6. BuenaVista says:

    Congratulations on marriage and child! Just glorious.

    Liked by 4 people

  7. BuenaVista says:

    The bad part is Allie attempting to seduce Everitt (Viggo) in the house that Virgil is building for her.

    It’s a dynamite movie.

    Ed Harris is extraordinary as an actor/director; listen to the steam engine huff in the climactic scene I posted. He is extraordinary man as an alpha at work, and a hopeless beta with his faithless wife.

    I always wanted to be associated with Everitt (Viggo), but I’m told it’s more Ed Harris and Irons. Oh well.

    “A History of Violence” is a good tutorial on life on a kill list, though of course it just turns into an action pic.

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  8. hansolo007 says:

    Thanks, everyone! I hope you’re doing well.

    As to the content of this post, the left wing media are corrupt and liars. Even though Trump hasn’t delivered much on the wall and illegal immigration (hopefully that will improve), he has been very good about getting the media to totally reveal themselves for who they are and they’ve totally trashed their reputations.

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  9. Ame says:

    she’s 50 … been fb friends for a few years … never met irl as she works with my Husband … first grandbaby just a few months old … is very good looking and fit for her age – works out all the time … super successful in her career – really, she’s done amazing things … her posts vascillate every so many months between something like: “Found HIM! Best MAN ever!!!” … to something like: “Never stay with someone who doesn’t treat you right because you DESERVE to be treated RIGHT!”

    today’s post?

    “Where is the best place to meet quality, emotionally available, single men?”

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  10. Ame says:

    Hansolo007 – Congratulations!!!

    ditto Liz – squeee!!!

    LOVE babies!!!

    Liked by 4 people

  11. SFC Ton says:

    LOVE babies!!!

    With or without bbq sauce?

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  12. Cheque d'Out says:

    Sadly my relationship with Appaloosa’s cast isn’t with one of the characters listed above. Though I think that his acting does add to the movie. But he’s truly a movie star with the requisite good looks. Although my looks are arguably better…probably. The clue as to who is to be found at the top of the page.

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  13. Cheque d'Out says:

    I know that I’m generally rather free with upticks, but every comment so far (barring mine)?
    I need to cut back


  14. Cheque d'Out says:

    And congratulations once again to Mr and Mrs Solo. Han Jr too.

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  15. Cheque d'Out says:

    BloJo still well on course to win

    …is a damn fine question

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  16. Liz says:

    Imagine how pleasant WashDC would be all the type-type-typing little fucks had to back up their talk.

    Last week, there was a passenger so belligerent Mike thought he’d have to palm-strike him in the jetway.
    He and his wife had tried to save the middle seat to keep it empty, but the flight filled up and someone had to sit in the seat (a lady). His wife started pushing her elbow into the woman, and there was a bit of a tuffle so she was moved toward the front. I guess this set the guy off, knowing he’d have to listen to her screaming at him, so when they landed he started screaming at everyone, demanding a refund because he “didn’t get full use of his seat” (his wife and the passenger sitting between them were arguing over the armrest).
    He was screaming and worked up to the point his face was starting to turn white (I guess this is a flight/flight reflex).
    “Don’t you think I should get my full seat when I paid for it?!?!?”
    I guess he saw something in Mike’s face that made him back off and move along.
    Thank goodness. Because not only would he probably be out of a very good job if he’d laid the guy out in the jetway, it would’ve made national news.

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  17. Adam says:

    Whenever I see the word squee a little part of me dies inside.

    He is extraordinary man as an alpha at work, and a hopeless beta with his faithless wife.

    Vox Day pointed this out a few days ago and the internet melted down. I did the same and have had a grand influx of new commenters yelling that Vox is a horrible meanie. Apparently it’s MGTOW badthink to point out that a guy who is a hero on the field of action can be a coward in an entirely different situation. But then again the truth is both ugly and unpalatable.

    On the main topic, I was part of GamerGate with my previous blog. Saw it all coming back around 2007 or so when the progs starting infesting online gaming. It’s simply hilarious that a company would put so much money into developing a gaming console like X-Box only to chase away their main paying customers. But companies have a life cycle of their own. I’d sell Microsoft stock if I had any.

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  18. Farm Boy says:

    when the progs starting infesting online gaming

    Yes, “infesting” is a good term here.

    Do they actually believe what they say, or are they just attention whores? Or perhaps both.

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  19. Cheque d'Out says:

    squee – I see this as one of those occasions where men should just recognise one of the tolerable differences between the sexes. It just makes me smile to see it used (by women).

    Good luck getting good women to not squee over babies. It’s the other women, that scowl, who are the ones to keep an eye on. IMHO

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  20. Liz says:

    Whenever I see the word squee a little part of me dies inside.
    Yeah, it’s not for everyone.

    Vox Day pointed this out a few days ago and the internet melted down. (snip)But then again the truth is both ugly and unpalatable.
    I think it is true that a person can be “alpha” in one situation, and not in another. I’m of the mind that alpha is virtually always situational.
    But per Vox’s commentary on Terrence Popp…
    Imagine for a moment someone who has never gone rafting decides to critique your technique. “Aw, you don’t want to go over THAT one? You’re just a coward!”
    It probably wouldn’t come across well.
    Casting personal aspersions based on ignorance is foolish.

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  21. Cheque d'Out says:

    Hey Farm Boy, I’ve created a post and scheduled it for Jun 19th 2020. It’s reasonably topical, if you want to move forward its publish date, that’d be fine by me.

    [Handle this I will]

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  22. Cheque d'Out says:

    The brief post that I scribbled is about Vox vs MGTOW BTW. Vox appears to have abandoned his usual style and gone full rhetorical on the issue.

    As he did about evolution earlier after a stream with JF Gariepy. He didn’t float my boat there either. He claimed that JFG had gone rhetorical and so he had the right to do so too (and not return to reason again). Conveniently meaning that Vox’s position was now beyond debate on rational terms. It seemed pretty weak sauce to me at the time. As did the fact that I haven’t seen his actual views on how we got here expressed. My suspicion is that that’s because he hasn’t got a very convincing argument. Evolution doesn’t cut it (according to his mathematical arguments – time required). So does he support Genesis? Or Intelligent Design? I don’t know. Maybe he has described his views somewhere, but not where it would make sense to do so during that debate.


  23. Cheque d'Out says:

    Thanks Farm Boy. And Yoda

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  24. Adam says:

    Good luck getting good women to not squee over babies. It’s the other women, that scowl, who are the ones to keep an eye on. IMHO

    Yeah, good point. I’ll take squeeing over scowling any day of the week,

    But per Vox’s commentary on Terrence Popp…
    Imagine for a moment someone who has never gone rafting decides to critique your technique. “Aw, you don’t want to go over THAT one? You’re just a coward!”

    The analogy is rafting for military service on the battlefield. But Vox did not critique Popp’s military service, he criticized his prowess under the marital roof. So your example is inaccurate.


  25. “First of all, what right-wing terrorists? I am not seeing too many of them, how about you?”

    Anyone who says, “I don’t want you teaching my 5 year-old about male-on-male anal sex.” is a right-wing terrorist per these shit-heads.

    Heinlein wrote,

    “An armed society is a polite society. Manners are good when one may have to back up his acts with his life.”

    Read more at:

    He was a nutter is some ways, but I fully agree with this statement. In one of his stories that I dimly recall you either went armed or you had to wear a ribbon that said you were basically a pussy and couldn’t be called out, but then nobody had to really pay any attention to you and the cops would come and get you if you started being a problem, or something like that.

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  26. Theodore is a dick, plain and simple. He might be right about a bunch of things, but he’s still a dick.


  27. Cheque d'Out says:

    Whatever other views you have of the monkey faced, Walter Mitty type leadership candidate, the favourite of the MSM, establishment and remoaniac extremists, you can’t say that he doesn’t have an ocean going ego

    he only scraped through the last round but now he demands that his competition steps aside? Fecking cheeky monkey


  28. Cheque d'Out says:

    Well, if he’s a dick, he’s a dick doing a lot of things that are very much helpful to the good guys. That earns him a lot of leeway with me but now I’m encroaching on the post that I wrote. That event is horribly rare (writing a post), so I should try and not spoil it.

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  29. Cheque d'Out says:

    We got a bit lucky…

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  30. Cheque d'Out says:

    An image from last night’s debate

    (sort of). Rory is rather a weird chap, looks and behaviour.

    [Odd that scene would be.
    Big Ben all crooked he is]


  31. Liz says:

    The analogy is rafting for military service on the battlefield. But Vox did not critique Popp’s military service, he criticized his prowess under the marital roof. So your example is inaccurate.

    Raising a family (and marriage) in the military community has a different set of variables than civilian life.

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  32. Farm Boy says:

    In days gone by, superannuated elites refusing to accept defeat on existential questions of this type finished up with their heads on pikes. Democracy put a stop to that by doing what democracy does best: facilitating the peaceful and orderly transfer of power. But democracy means you elect a new parliament, not a new people. That, in truth, is the only deal that matters.


  33. Farm Boy says:

    Their parents will be so proud!

    YouPorn, the adult entertainment website, is hoping to give one lucky lovebird the “truly unique” opportunity to propose to a significant other on the pornography-streaming platform.


  34. Farm Boy says:

    What’s behind those hard-to-resist puppy dog eyes?

    New research suggests that over thousands of years of dog domestication, people preferred pups that could pull off that appealing, sad look. And that encouraged the development of the facial muscle that creates it.

    Today, pooches use the muscle to raise their eyebrows and make the babylike expression. That muscle is virtually absent in their ancestors, the wolves.

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  35. Farm Boy says:

    “Do you know what a TERF is? It’s an acronym for Trans-Exclusionary Radical Feminist. They’re feminists who hate the fact that there are mentally ill men wearing dresses trying to grab some of that sweet, sweet victim status that the feminists believe is exclusively theirs. So this an ongoing woke-vs-woke tussle, and who will win? My guess, the TERFS will lose, well, for one thing, because listen to them: Canadian journalist/hard core feminist Meghan Murphy got into it on Twitter with some trannies and finally ended up saying “Men aren’t women tho” and that was what got her suspended, and then permanently banned. I’m not saying the TERFS are going to lose because Twitter is on the other side (although that is a problem for them). I’m saying, instead, look at what she had to resort to in order to make her point. She referred to her statement that men aren’t women as ‘basic fact’ and then went on to say, in her lawsuit against Twitter, that ‘treating gender as though it is either internal or a personal choice is dangerous.’ In other words, there are some objective, immutable truths that the trannies are ignoring. But in the progressive universe that Murphy inhabits, in the progressive ocean she has spent her entire adult life swimming in, there is no objective truth. That’s one of progressivism’s foundational tenets. That’s one of the weapons they bring out whenever conservatives bring up tradition, or God, or nature, or authority. Pew, pew, pew, down goes tradition, authority, God, the patriarchy, white guys, the whole nine yards. Unfortunately for the TERFs, the trannies are taking the same relativity (or nihilism, whatever) and are now applying it to biology. And why not? Where does it say where the relatively stopping point is? The TERFs have no real argument against this and so Ms. Murphy has to rely on traditional thinking and concepts such as ‘basic facts’ to fight back – categories that she and her progressive cohorts have scorned and abandoned long ago. She’s like a rage-against-my-allowance anarchist who’s run away from home but who now has to hit Mom and Dad up for money. The other main reason the TERFs are going to lose is because they’re just not woke enough. In any progressive revolution, it’s always the super-woke who win out over the woke. She never expected to be in the camps with all of the retrograde deplorables.”


  36. Farm Boy says:

    At the register, a food service worker said something the student didn’t understand. When the student said they didn’t get it, the woman at the register said she was saying “hello” in Japanese, and asked where the student was from.

    “Wisconsin,” the student replied.

    The cashier laughed and told the student to have a nice day, but the student did not find much humor in the experience. The student reported the cashier to the campus Bias Response and Referral Network, claiming “these type of microaggressions occur too often on campus” and “this implicit bias needs to be addressed.”

    The bias team then referred the incident to dining services and referred the complaining student to the campus “Ethical Advocate Program” in case they “want to talk further about the experience.”


  37. Cheque d'Out says:

    Even now the silly fuckers don’t understand us

    They’ve spent too much time talking to our europhile quislings, not to the people

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  38. Cheque d'Out says:

    A fond memory from childhood

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  39. Farm Boy says:

    Do they know what a Quisling is?

    Liked by 1 person

  40. Larry G says:

    “Do they know what a Quisling is?” LOL! That’s a trick question! Of course not, they would have not a fucking clue unless the Goofed it. Jeez, Methinks you are expecting way too much from a fucked up educational system, FB

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  41. Cheque d'Out says:


    To be fair, given all those issues, lacking self awareness is probably a blessing.

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  42. Cheque d'Out says:


  43. Cheque d'Out says:

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  44. Cheque d'Out says:

    Ballot result is in, Rory the monkey is out on his arse.

    The wailing and reeeeeing of the MSM, establishment and every other remoaniac will be epic

    Oh joyous day

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  45. BuenaVista says:

    I think Ace’s ape monologue mislabels post-modern, cultural marxist, critical theory zealots as “Progressives”. They call themselve Progressives, true, but the Progressives were rational modernists: facts mattered, provided they could be marshalled to support their opinions.

    The situation today is far more dangerous, because a post-modernist believes only in the power of what he can construct rhetorically.

    (Ace notes the TERF/tranny turf battle. There’s another one, this time between feminists and gays, about a proposed NY law permitting the hiring of surrogates by gay gays who can’t just “identify” as a pregnant woman.)

    Michael Walsh has written a couple of succinct and compelling books on this phenomenon, encapsulated as it is in post-modernism generally. I had a brief exchange with him, referencing Oberlin.

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  46. BuenaVista says:

    I guess you can’t link and display an entire thread. Makes sense, many threads go on for miles. Disregard.


  47. Cheque d'Out says:

    ‘He was the people’s Princess’


  48. BuenaVista says:

    I saw the alpha at work, beta (gamma) at home growing up. My favorite place in the world was the newspaper building, where I could set up in the board room off my dad’s office. I would go there before and after school when I was on the swim team (two workouts a day) before getting started as a proofreader/copy boy. He was quietly in command there.

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  49. BuenaVista says:

    Jeez Louise, look at Rory’s pencil thighs. Does he have polio?

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  50. Cheque d'Out says:

    BV maybe just suggest people click the tweet to see the thread(?)
    80k after tax to be taught mindless shit? What a scam


  51. Cheque d'Out says:

    Rory is a very special person. He was, it is speculated, the intended UK Macron. Not quite as shit as Trudy.

    Rory actually lost ten votes between last night’s vote and tonight’s…this is causing the shedding on many bitter remoaniac tears


  52. Larry G says:

    “Bread and Games for all Workers”

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  53. Original “V” was great 80’s fun. Didn’t watch new one, though Morena Baccarin should have been enough to get me interested. Maybe the short hair was the dealbreaker.

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  54. More TERF battles:

    As a freshman, Yearwood won Class M titles in 2017 in the 100-meter and 200-meter dash during the outdoor track and field season. In 2018, she finished second to Miller at the State Open in the 100-meter dash. During the indoor season in 2019, Yearwood finished second to Miller in the 55-meter dash. The complaint repeatedly misgenders Yearwood and Miller, referring to them as boys.

    “As a human being — not as Andraya’s father — it’s disappointing that, in 2019, we’re still debating who gets to participate and who doesn’t,” Yearwood’s father, Rahsaan, told The Courant on Tuesday. “You would hope we’d gotten to a place in 300-plus years as a country that we’re not debating who should be included, and who should not be. There is no place for exclusion.”

    Misgenders? So you have the newspaper obviously on board with the trannies. Then you have “Rashaan” Yearwood giving us a history lesson about a country that is over 300 years old. I don’t know what country he’s talking about, but this one isn’t even 244 yet. I bet in countries where Rashaan is a more common name, girly-boys get pitched off of roofs if they get caught out in public.


  55. Cill says:

    “Perhaps the real goal is to make gaming un-fun for the fellas”

    That’s it. Feminists just can’t abide the thought that men might still be having fun somewhere.

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  56. Cill says:

    BV on bringing back duelling. With you 100%

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  57. Cheque d'Out says:

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  58. Cheque d'Out says:

    “Morena Baccarin should have been enough to get me interested. Maybe the short hair was the dealbreaker.”

    Me Too. Exactly. Don’t like her tatts in Deadpool neither.


  59. Ame says:

    SFC Ton
    LOVE babies!!!

    With or without bbq sauce?


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  60. I hope the tats were fake and just for the movie…

    I thought this might be a tranny thing, but then I smiled. Well, for me it was a smile. Might save this one for next father’s day. The image that is.

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  61. Cheque d'Out says:

    Stolen from a legit source, straight up pukka fun, mate

    Liked by 2 people

  62. Cill says:

    “But democracy means you elect a new parliament, not a new people”

    … a truth that the Left can’t accept.

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  63. Cill says:

    Duelling etc:

    I know it can be criticized for being “might is right” but sometimes there’s no better way of getting the point across. I did that with my rogue aunts’ black gigolos and others to boot.

    Liked by 6 people

  64. RichardP says:

    I know it can be criticized for being “might is right” but sometimes there’s no better way of getting the point across.

    We don’t get to keep what we can’t defend.

    Liked by 3 people

  65. Cheque d'Out says:

    There ought to be a cost to talking crap. Think how much better the world would be if the shitheads kept their fat gobs shut.

    Liked by 5 people

  66. Cheque d'Out says:

    Just discovered that Amazon has all of Justified on it. Nice.

    Liked by 3 people

  67. Adam says:

    “Morena Baccarin should have been enough to get me interested. Maybe the short hair was the dealbreaker.”

    The four golden rules:

    Stay thin, long hair, sex anytime, shut up.

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  68. Farm Boy says:

    “The fathers I come across are all problem solvers,” Dr. Garfield said. “They see a problem — the child’s behavior, or mom’s unhappy — and they want to find a way to fix it.”


  69. Farm Boy says:

    Rory is a very special person. He was, it is speculated, the intended UK Macron.

    He looks like Justin Trudeau on anti-steroids

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  70. Farm Boy says:

    Do you know what a TERF is? It’s an acronym for Trans-Exclusionary Radical Feminist.

    I might be called to the carpet for saying this, but that acronym seems oddly appropriate

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  71. Larry G says:

    Semi Lucid Unredeemable Trash? Just a suggestion…

    Liked by 2 people

  72. Cill says:

    Rory looks like an epitaph. “Lose weight now. I’ll show you how.”

    Liked by 2 people

  73. Farm Boy says:

    “For many in the LGBTQIA+ community, the name on their credit, debit or prepaid card does not reflect their true identity,” the announcement began. “As a result, for the transgender and non-binary communities in particular, the card in their pocket can serve as a source of sensitivity, misrepresenting their true identity when shopping and going about daily life.”

    “Today, Mastercard is making a commitment to address this challenge by introducing the True Name™ card,”


  74. Farm Boy says:

    Madonna wants a meeting with Pope Francis to discuss abortion, the 60-year-old revealed during an interview with Australian journalist Andrew Denton. According to the pop icon, Jesus would be completely on board with abortion, viewing it as a “woman’s right to choose,” not the ending of an innocent human life.


  75. SFC Ton says:

    I like femmine women. So squeee works.

    And worst case, they aren’t talking

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  76. molly says:

    Spawny you ARE better looking than your relly tho he is a movie star LOL

    Unca S totally rules! He is the tops in any company at all!! (I won’t say more.. he hates getting boasted about eh) ;P

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  77. Cheque d'Out says:

    Hi Molly, how’s tricks?


  78. molly says:

    Spawny I am fine and dandy with number 3 on the way! I am a box of birds not a Silly Loose Unclean Tart (I kept my #N to only my hubby and I recommend it to every woman)

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  79. SFC Ton says:

    I know it can be criticized for being “might is right”
    Might is the only thing that makes right

    Pussies don’t get that because they bribe ie pay taxes so the government will be their might/ right but it’s the threat of overwhelming 3rd party violence that keeps shit from flying off the rails

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  80. molly says:

    Must go – baby fight in the nursery! My baby boy is a trouble maker from the start yet I luv im! Bye!

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  81. Cheque d'Out says:

    Congratulations! You are not hanging around. Motherhood really seems to suit you.

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  82. Cheque d'Out says:



  83. molly says:

    Yes. Bye now. Luvya Unca S!

    Liked by 2 people

  84. Cheque d'Out says:

    The out of control bias of the ABBC is making it no friends. Even normeez find it hard to miss these days


  85. Cheque d'Out says:



  86. Cheque d'Out says:

    Aww look. Rory has gone all pouty and is talking about conspiracies

    Bit rich coming from a suspected MI6 spook.
    And he lost ten votes overnight probably down to his weird performance last night in the TV debate, no dirty tricks needed.

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  87. Cheque d'Out says:

    Oh dear

    That can’t be good

    Liked by 1 person

  88. “The fathers I come across are all problem solvers,” Dr. Garfield said.”

    You BASTARDS!!!

    Liked by 2 people

  89. Mr. Bean’s ugly brother has a sad.

    Liked by 1 person

  90. BuenaVista says:

    Seriously, how can you have thighs like that and still walk up stairs? Something tells me they’re not prosthetic and he didn’t lose his legs to a bin augur, or an IED. But they appear to be prosthetic sticks.

    Liked by 2 people

  91. Farm Boy says:

    Seriously, how can you have thighs like that and still walk up stairs?

    So he is MI6? Their standards have really fallen

    Liked by 1 person

  92. Farm Boy says:

    Adams reports that the “development of sexbots’ capability and quantity has leapt forward in the last five years, and is expected to grow exponentially in the next five.” Imagine, he says without any apparent approval, a sexbot tailor-made to your physical desires, and “smart, gorgeous, empathetic and sexually considerate,” too.


  93. Farm Boy says:

    The fake news article is resplendent with many varied examples of why Arps is a horrible person, thus apparently justifying his lengthy imprisonment for sharing a video to 30 people. The problem is that none of this is admissible as regards to his supposed guilt of sharing a video. If it were then by the same token a highly religious nun who shared the video would supposedly get off the charge.

    Actually, that’s probably a poor example in this day and age. Make it a black lesbian disabled transgender environmentalist instead. She, (Xie?), would never end up in court in the first place.


  94. Cill says:

    “how can you have thighs like that and still walk up stairs?”

    Perhaps he carries his leg muscles in his torso and hops up stairs like a sparrow. If he and May mate they’ll produce a sparrow for sure.

    [Produce a May-fly they would]

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  95. Cill says:

    I watched that Semenya bloke running against women in the last world champs or maybe the olympics. A couple of feminist types in the room at the time took exception to my insistence that the bloke is a male. Thanks for your reference to the article Ton. I’ll print it off and read it to the silly bitches next time I see them.

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  96. Farm Boy says:

    Gratuitous images for Liz

    Liked by 1 person

  97. Yoda says:

    Do this one should not

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  98. Liz says:

    This is some funny shit

    A name like “Semen-ya” it kind of rubs it in.
    So to speak. 😆

    [Really “sticks it to them” it does]

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  99. Ame says:

    Congratulations, Molly!!! 🙂 🙂 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

  100. Ame says:

    ‘Beware of Dog’

    reminded me … other day was driving and this plain, white van had all the windows covered with foil … and a sign in one outside the foil: “Beware of Dog.”

    not sure what was going on inside that van … and not sure i want to know!


  101. Ame says:

    had one of those nights couldn’t sleep … took shower and heard thunder … thought, “Left the towel out back on the chair … that’s okay.” … then thought, “Oh, no! left clothes out on the line!” (yes, i like to line dry clothes – i hang-dry most of our good clothes and line dry when the weather’s hot). obviously didn’t check the weather to see it was going to storm in the middle of the night!

    so got out of shower and pulled in the clothes … did put on crocs as there was lots of lightening.

    when Husband woke up, i told him i’d been pulling in clothes off the line nekkid wearing only crocs – “Man, I’m sorry I missed that!”

    when i told my daughters, “Oh, man! I’m SOOO glad I was sleeping and missed that!”


    (Oh, YES! we DO have a privacy fence out back!!! lol!)

    [Pretend that a Moehau Man Sheila you were you could]

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  102. Farm Boy says:

    WASHINGTON, D.C.—The last surviving members of the Episcopalian religion voted last week to stop using male pronouns for God, sources at a meeting of the Diocese of Washington, D.C. confirmed.

    The 37 remaining Episcopalians on Planet Earth conducted the vote in an effort to make the last three or four Episcopal churches in the country be more inclusive, in the rare case anyone actually showed up to any of their services.

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  103. Ame says:

    [Pretend that a Moehau Man Sheila you were you could]


    i thought it was funnee 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

  104. Cheque d'Out says:

    Liz in training for TRB?

    Liked by 2 people

  105. Cheque d'Out says:

    Oh dear. They overcooked the bigotry in the ABBC leadership debate

    Liked by 1 person

  106. The documents released by sport’s highest court show that Semenya responded by telling the judges that being described as biologically male “hurts more than I can put in words.” The 28-year-old South African runner said she was unable to express how insulted she felt at the IAAF “telling me that I am not a woman.”

    Yeah, fuck your feelings, bro.

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  107. Farm Boy says:

    how insulted she felt at the IAAF “telling me that I am not a woman.”

    The only thing that matters is what one identifies as. That is what they tell us


  108. “That was your opportunity to keep quiet.”


  109. Cheque d'Out says:

    Another shit leadership candidate gone.


  110. Liz says:

    Syrian Refugee Who Pledged Allegiance to ISIS Arrested for Pittsburgh Church Bomb Plot

    What if he refuses to identify as a terrorist?

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  111. Liz says:

    Spawny I am fine and dandy with number 3 on the way!

    Huge CONGRATULATIONS Molly! That is so awesome. 🤗
    Wow a lot has changed for you since you first came to Spawny’s Space.
    You were looking for a good guy then and now you found him AND you’re a mom of 2+ another on the way!!
    Read something this morning I thought was funny and strikes home with me since my babies were terrible sleepers. And now they could sleep through an earthquake:
    “I don’t want to sleep like a baby. I want to sleep like a college student home for the summer”

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  112. Farm Boy says:

    UMich attorneys look “more concerned with keeping the President out of the public eye” than designing a fairer sexual misconduct process, he said. Tarnow has “bent over backwards” to accommodate Schlissel’s schedule, to no avail.


  113. Farm Boy says:

    I internally cheered every time Trump told his huge audience another truth about the evils Democrats, the deep state and fake news media are perpetrating upon America and their traitorous attempts to undermine his presidency. Republicans typically do not push back the way Trump does in public speeches and social media. Democrats and fake news media routinely kick our butts in the court of public opinion by attacking Republicans with lies and every gutter, lowlife, and dirty trick in their playbook. In response, Republican consultants and advisers always say, “play nice,” “take the high road,” and “remain presidential.” Such advice drives me nuts. We (Republicans) always stupidly bring an olive branch to a gun fight. Trump understands the battle in which we are engaged for the heart and soul of America. He fights back with the appropriate weapons and intensity.

    While I watched Trump’s speech, I chuckled thinking about the reaction of Democrats, fake news media, and the deep state. Trump exposed their lies, hypocrisy, and illegal silent coup to reverse the 2016 election. I wonder how many of them have to replace their TV after throwing a brick through it.

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  114. Stephanie says:

    I’m sure Molly is gone now, but if you happen to see this: Congrats!!!!! Awww so sweet!!!!

    I’m sure Liz knows if this is true or not, having raised 3, but I’ve always heard to brace yourself for #3… somehow it’s different, and I’ve heard that even from moms of 4+. That three number is supposed to be harder, there was even some study years ago showing that moms of 3 kids (only) are somehow more unhappy, but if they added just one more or less, it wasn’t that way. ???

    We have three right now, and it doesn’t seem too too hard, but I can see how one child can get left out or forgotten. It’s a conscious decision to combat it for us, because it just happens naturally the way they play.

    But congrats ❤ Love seeing your family grow!!!

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  115. Stephanie says:

    More flowers for Molly ❤

    Liked by 2 people

  116. Liz says:

    OT WTF USAF rant (also: fun with acronyms!):

    I am sadly well acquainted with this company’s horsesh*t.
    Privatizing base housing was a big, expensive mistake (examples available upon request).
    This particular company will probably have to file Chapter 11 anyway.
    They defrauded the insurance companies…a much bigger offense than defrauding tax payers and screwing over military families.

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  117. Liz says:

    Sorry, another OT. I never read Vox until Adam’s post, but there’s a thread up about the F35.
    A poster wrote:
    Nostromo has it correct. Even if we built a lot of extra planes I highly doubt we could find qualified personnel to pilot them without seriously lowering standards.

    It’s not even a matter of lowering standards. There’s no training pipeline. Takes time to upgrade to become instructor pilots, and instructor pilots are needed to train the new pilots…who can then become instructors and so forth. There’s a huge pilot shortage now, the pipeline is tapped out…this was a self created problem, but they’re in it now.

    Someone also mentioned that the folks who shut down the F22 production line were globalists…don’t know if there are any McCain supporters in here, but he was instrumental in the shutdown.
    Okay, rants over….going back to thinking about sweet soft adorable babies now.
    Maybe I can volunteer at the hospital to be a cuddler. 🙂

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  118. Cill says:

    Liz, Ame, Stephanie, wee molly’s time is kinda taken up these days. I’ll pass on your kind thoughts. She’ll appreciate it.

    Liked by 2 people

  119. Cill says:

    FB with some inconsequential help from Moe I’ve done a draft. As usual I leave the scheduling to you.

    Liked by 2 people

  120. BuenaVista says:

    I found having children became easier and more gratifying (because I wasn’t terrified of making a mistake) with each iteration. #3 was noiser than #1&2. But I didn’t care. “Yeah, yeah, buddy, I’m closing the door now, good night.”

    Confirmed #1’s birthday gifts yesterday but she explained she won’t be home, being on the overnight from JFK to Milano, for work.

    The housewares shop recommended a pleasant tray “for breakfast in bed” with a Sunday brunch cookbook, as throw-ins, but I had to leave the shop for a few minutes until I was normal. Woof! Woof woof! Don’t blink, people. Do not blink.

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  121. Farm Boy says:

    WASHINGTON, D.C.—On Wednesday, New York Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez somehow got her head stuck inside a bucket. She was heard yelling, “Who turned out the lights?” while repeatedly running full speed into walls. Republicans immediately pounced, using this as proof that Ocasio-Cortez is “kind of a dummy.” Many journalists, on the other hand, leaped to Ocasio-Cortez’s defense, saying her getting her head firmly wedged inside of a plastic bucket was further proof of her being an intelligent and dynamic politician.

    “Most people don’t have her scientific curiosity and intelligence,” said MSNBC pundit Chris Hayes. “Someone incurious like Trump would never look at a bucket and ask ‘Could my head fit inside that?’ But Ocasio-Cortez dives into such questions head first.”

    “She is making a bold statement,” said CNN’s Chris Cuomo. “The bucket on her head is from Walmart, and she is saying loud and clear that corporations have blinded us all.”

    Many activists also defended Ocasio-Cortez on Twitter, though they seemed confused about exactly how to defend her, some talking about how buckets are important to society and others calling for the destruction of all buckets.

    As for Ocasio-Cortez, she is doubling down and refusing to apologize, even though the incident caused a huge delay for the Capitol janitorial staff.

    Liked by 1 person

  122. Farm Boy says:

    From Melinda Gates: Being married to Bill Gates is ‘incredibly hard’ sometimes

    “It takes patience being married to the second richest man in the world.

    One recurring problem was Bill’s struggle to find work-life balance. She recalled being angry with him years ago because the voracious reader was paging through a book about Winston Churchill instead of helping her get their three children ready to go out, or packing up the car.”

    One of her proudest achievements is spreading her own pettiness to other wives

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  123. Farm Boy says:

    On Thursday morning Dominik Tarczynski, who is a member of Parliament in Poland, invited AOC to visit my ancestral homeland and “study the concentration camps” so that she can learn how they differ from the detention centers.

    Tarczynski also said that people in Poland become “agitated” when someone “cheapens the history” and tries to use it for “political point-scoring.”

    Liked by 1 person

  124. Farm Boy says:

    A seven-year-old boy in Mexico, identified as Karol Rámon, was reportedly beaten to death by his mother after refusing requests to dress like a girl.


  125. Farm Boy says:

    On Wednesday, Rhode Island joined New York as another blue state that allows abortion up until birth if deemed “necessary for the health or life of the mother,”


  126. Farm Boy says:

    There are some golden rules that must be heeded in life, and in this episode I present not one, not two, but three golden rules! Ah-ha-ha-ha-haaaaaa.


  127. Ame says:

    “We role-model something new.” – Melinda Gates


    it’s new that Dads care about their childrens’ education?
    it’s new that Dad trouble-shoot and come up with solutions when something doesn’t work?
    it’s new that Dads help care for their children?

    and … she mentions ‘unpaid work.’

    is it ONLY *unpaid* work when the Mom does it?
    how about all the *unpaid* work Dads do?
    is it only Moms who get to put a monetary value on *unpaid* work?
    and … since when is it a competition?

    it’s not that Moms, OR Dads, don’t need help sometimes getting things done … especially if you have kids. it’s life.

    if you are an adult, you have responsibilities – things that you must do that you do not get paid for. so just do it.

    asking for help when you need it is a part of life. why does it have to be made into such a big deal? why does it have to be made into an *equality* issue? it’s a LIFE issue. it’s called “Being a responsible adult.”

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  128. Farm Boy says:

    Melinda Gates is most unimpressive

    Liked by 3 people

  129. Cheque d'Out says:

    She just suspended a minister that ejected a femerroid climate protester from a private event.
    Dead loss.

    [At least color coordinated shoes she has]

    Liked by 1 person

  130. Farm Boy says:

    On college campuses, the odds are really stacked against male students since women are the majority of students,” Pekgoz argues in a video about his case. “My experiences and my research have led me to believe that men face discrimination in various walks of life here in the United States. Men face significant forms of discrimination in family courts, also in the criminal justice system, and last but not least in the education system.”

    Pekgoz has filed numerous Title IX complaints alleging discrimination against men


  131. If men are a “minority” on campuses shouldn’t that automatically grant them protected class status based on all that liberals hold dear?

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  132. Liz says:

    I’m send Mike that Superman image. Hilarious! 😆

    Liked by 1 person

  133. Farm Boy says:

    A Chicago judge appointed a special prosecutor on Friday to investigate Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx’s handling of the investigation into Jussie Smollett’s alleged hoax hate crime.

    Liked by 1 person

  134. Farm Boy says:

    A black parolee arrested for raping and bashing a white woman on the roof of his Bronx apartment building allegedly told a witness that she “deserved” the brutal attack because of slavery, according to court papers.


  135. Farm Boy says:

    University of Oregon students and faculty are demanding the removal of an American pioneer statue on its 100-year anniversary.

    “A lot of our students feel oppressed by the statue. I know when I walk under it I feel very inferior,” Gilbert said. “I don’t feel that way when I’m at other places on campus. I don’t think that’s what the university community wants us to feel like when we’re here.”


  136. Farm Boy says:

    It used to require a Stalin or Mao to oppress. Now a statue can do it.

    I wonder if this is progress…


  137. The statue to the pioneer offered you a choice young snowflake. You could either feel inspired or inferior. You chose inferior. That’s on you and not on the pioneer. Go away now and leave him alone.

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  138. Farm Boy says:

    At least one Air Force base is on the lookout for a sinister new threat: angry men who can’t get laid.

    Personnel at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland were recently treated to a threat brief regarding an “increase in nationwide activity” by self-described “incels,” members of an online subculture of “involuntary celibacy” who adopt an ideology of misogyny, mistrust of women, and violence in response to their failed attempts at romantic relationships.


  139. Liz says:

    At least one Air Force base is on the lookout for a sinister new threat: angry men who can’t get laid.

    Well, those mandated “may I kiss you?” courses will clear that up before you can say, “More SHARP training!”

    Liked by 1 person

  140. Farm Boy says:

    A judge in the United Kingdom ruled that a mentally disabled pregnant mother must abort her baby because doctors have arbitrarily decided an abortion would be less traumatic for her than childbirth. At 22 weeks gestation, this baby can feel pain and may be viable outside the womb.


  141. Farm Boy says:

    The clinicians expressed “alarm over the number of adolescents being prescribed body-altering drugs” at Tavistock. “This experimental treatment” is being performed on “very vulnerable children, who have experienced mental health difficulties, abuse, family trauma” that are often “whitewashed” but may contribute to gender confusion, one told the Times. “I felt for the last two years what kept me in the job was a sense there was a huge number of children in danger and I was there to protect them from the service, from the inside,” explained another.


  142. Farm Boy says:

    Bible scholars now believe that Lot’s wife was turned into a pillar of salt after she stopped to take a series of selfies while fleeing Sodom and Gomorrah.


  143. SFC Ton says:

    Melinda Gates is most unimpressive
    Bill Gates…….. all that money and married to an ugly bitch. Ugly from the inside out sort of bitch .

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