Young Men — Be From Missouri

The State of Missouri is the “Show Me” state.  That is, talk is cheap and actions speak.

The gist of this would be that one should listen to what somebody says, make note it, then watch what they do.  If they do not match up, that is telling.  One might even surmise that they are liars; ones that may be out to exploit fellas like you.  This is true for garden variety individuals, celebrities, big-shot leaders, organizations, groups, etc.

Of course, doing this takes a bit more work.  One also needs to develop skills to not be swayed by polished sales talk, glib lies, etc.  But it can be done.  It is worth it.  You have an entire lifetime to benefit from the results.

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80 comments on “Young Men — Be From Missouri
  1. Farm Boy says:

    Just so you know, some Americans pronounce it “Mizzurah”

    Liked by 5 people

  2. Ame says:

    Winston Churchill Gets a Doctor’s Note to Drink “Unlimited” Alcohol in Prohibition America (1932)


  3. Ame says:

    The gist of this would be that one should listen to what somebody says, make note it, then watch what they do. If they do not match up, that is telling.

    one of the best things i’ve learned out here.

    Liked by 4 people

  4. Hey Liz,

    Hope you haven’t spent a lot of money of a burial plot yet:

    Yes. It is scientifically possible to turn your beloved deceased pet or human relative into a diamond that you wear on your finger as a token of remembrance. In fact, there are companies that exist right now that are willing to do this for you. Diamonds that are created from the remains of a loved one are called “memorial diamonds.”


  5. Farm Boy says:

    It would seem that Liz is already a diamond in the rough

    Liked by 1 person

  6. Farm Boy says:

    Plainly, Gibson’s Bakery had a problem with Oberlin students shoplifting, but it was a problem that had nothing to do with race. Students at Oberlin generally understood the situation. The student newspaper, the Oberlin Grape, reported in a December 2017 article about Oberlin College’s student “Culture of Theft.” The article reports the insouciance of students towards pilfering local businesses. As one student put it, describing her multiple thefts from Gibson’s: “It wasn’t expensive, and I felt like it…I just preferred not paying for it, but I could have.”

    Stealing from local businesses is, in the eyes of many Oberlin students, a quasi-right or privilege. They don’t feel guilty about it. They feel cool, or to put in today’s language, entitled.

    They also feel uninhibited about making up stories and flinging accusations without any need for evidence or any sense of simple fairness


  7. Farm Boy says:

    A historical picture of Liz and Mike from their dating days

    Liked by 4 people

  8. Farm Boy says:

    However, instead of pointing out the obvious truth that biological cues are foundational for sexual and romantic attraction, the author goes to great lengths to convey sympathy for the exclusion of transgenders in the dating field as if it’s merely a social justice issue. This is yet another avenue progressives are using to encourage others to deny biological reality and normalize abnormal behavior


  9. Farm Boy says:

    Cis people, please:
    Put your pronouns on your profile
    Put your pronouns on your profile
    Put your pronouns on your profile
    Put your pronouns on your profile
    Put your pronouns on your profile
    Put your pronouns on your profile
    Put your pronouns on your profile

    — Ez (@BestLaidTrans) June 22, 2019

    And anyone who’s first thought in response to this is: “but I don’t need to! People can clearly see I’m a man/woman!” or anything if the sort

    Guess what

    *game show host voice* Thaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaat’s transphobia!

    — Ez (@BestLaidTrans) June 22, 2019

    hy should cis people put their pronouns on your profile you ask?

    It normalises stating pronouns & makes it easier for trans people to exist in the world & stops us being targeted

    It challenges the that gender is obvious, that you’re “clearly a man” without specifying pronouns

    — Ez (@BestLaidTrans) June 22, 2019

    If you’re not making it easier for trans people to exist in the world, then you’re making it harder. There’s no safe middle uninvolved neutral fence with this.

    You help trans people exist or you contribute to oppression. Make a choice 🙂

    — Ez (@BestLaidTrans) June 22, 2019

    Cis folk: adding pronouns is such a small task! It takes 10 seconds for you to add pronouns to your bio. I’m not asking you to take to the barricades & fight someone, I’m saying make a small change.

    If you’re not willing as an ally to even do that, wtf are you even here for

    — Ez 🌻 (@BestLaidTrans) June 22, 2019


  10. Liz says:

    *game show host voice* Thaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaat’s transphobia!
    Ez (@BestLaidTrans)

    Phobia implies one is afraid. I’m not afraid of transweirdos.
    I’d actually like to kick you in the fake weiner.
    Liz (@NotempoweringCistemicweirdos)

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  11. Trannies are freaks. It’s human nature to abhor freaks. Sometimes that is unfortunate as there are cases where that person has no control over their freakishness, say like the Elephant Man. Trannies are not one of those cases.

    If you’re not willing as an ally to even do that, wtf are you even here for

    Where is “here”? Cause that is definitely a no go zone as far as I’m concerned. In fact, “here” should probably be nuked from orbit. Just to be safe.

    Liked by 3 people

  12. Farm Boy says:

    Where is “here”?

    Isn’t “here” a personal pronoun? Shouldn’t it be “xhere” or something like that?

    Physical places have feelings too

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  13. Farm Boy says:

    I acknowledge that students who are entering STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) fields must attend college. But for most of the rest, sending your child to college is playing Russian roulette with their values, character and even joy of life.

    -Dennis Prager

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  14. Farm Boy says:

    A new Project Veritas video that includes testimony from a whistleblower, leaked internal documents, and undercover footage of a Google employee discussing how the company is working to prevent “the next Trump situation” has been pulled by YouTube, a platform owned by Google, “due to a privacy claim by a third party.”

    Liked by 1 person

  15. Liz says:

    There are (extreme) outlier exceptions, but overall the modern tranny tyranny is freak-led.
    Even the language annoys me. Words like “cis” and “vanilla” are employed to make the normal sound and seem abnormal/boring.

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  16. Ame says:

    on college … apparently the online college my Oldest takes classes from also has online social groups – of which she does not partake.

    also, at the beginning of each class they sometimes ‘introduce’ themselves to the rest of the class. she always has me edit what she writes since she is dyslexic and often misses little things, so since i didn’t see a little intro to edit, i asked her about it. she said it wasn’t required, so she didn’t turn one in. lol! she has no desire to know these people socially 🙂

    idk if i can be proud that i’ve trained her well … or accept that she’s a true introvert so this is her nature … or accept that she had her fill of classmates in public school who always needed her help to tutor them, which her teachers often required she do. perhaps some of all three.

    she wants to own her own biz someday and knows she needs solid business skills to do so; hence a business degree.

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  17. Farm Boy says:

    As we know, SJWs always project. The reason that they go on so much about equality and the humanities is because they themselves are horrible pieces of shit who don’t hesitate to treat other people like garbage. SJWs are motivated by the fear of missing out on a position of power because they subconsciously know what their miserable lot will be if they don’t manage to climb at least part way up the greasy prog ladder. They are obsessed with hierarchical structures because that is the world in which they operate, and everyone knows that in a world of equality where skilled meritocracy has been eliminated the only way forward is to stab people in the face and use their bodies to haul yourself up to the next rung.

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  18. “Even the language annoys me. Words like “cis” and “vanilla” are employed to make the normal sound and seem abnormal/boring.”

    I’ve been noticing this more and more. Seems like it a common leftist tactic to control the language in order to dictate the terms of engagement. If you fall for it, you basically lose at the outset.

    Liked by 5 people

  19. Farm Boy says:

    “So are big busted women unethical?”

    Women with a nice butt and curvy legs can rev up the temper of a man’s libido, but a woman with beautiful breasts inspires confidence and satisfaction in a man. The Bible even says so, in Proverbs 5:19 (NKJV). Seeing how male confidence is now “toxic”, that would render wowzerly busted women “unethical”, according to the Feminist Power-Fear ethical system. We can’t have anything that might inspire a man to feel confident!


  20. With not quite heart-felt apologies to Whitesnake:

    Is this confidence that I’m feeling,
    Is this the confidence, that I’ve been searching for
    Is this confidence or am I dreaming,
    This must be confidence,
    Cause it’s really got a hold on me,
    A hold on me…


  21. Cheque d'Out says:

    Ally? Who told you that?


  22. Cill says:

    Silly buggars took on a train:

    Similar happened to me on a railway bridge. Nothing to step on except the rails and the sleepers under the rails over a big river looking awfully small way down below. I held onto a sleeper and hung under the bridge while the train went over me. A long train it was, too. Seemed to go on forever.The silly buggars in the vid are not the only silly buggars in the world, obviously.

    Liked by 3 people

  23. Cheque d'Out says:

    Maybe that Chernobyl drama wasn’t as accurate as it claimed?
    Or, then again, perhaps it was…

    Liked by 1 person

  24. Cill says:

    “9 historical inaccuracies on one hand.”

    CNN’s man in the Ukraine?

    Liked by 4 people

  25. Farm Boy says:

    So what is the State of the May?


  26. earl says:

    ‘Women with a nice butt and curvy legs can rev up the temper of a man’s libido, but a woman with beautiful breasts inspires confidence and satisfaction in a man. ‘

    Yes…she can feed his children.

    Liked by 1 person

  27. earl says:

    ‘Trannies are freaks. It’s human nature to abhor freaks.’

    It seems like many are the physical incarnation of demonic possession.

    Liked by 1 person

  28. Cheque d'Out says:

    May is busy signing financial commitments to ensure her legacy is even !ore catastrophic than just deliberately fucking up Brexit via betrayal of the country’s interests.

    BloJo currently making heavy weather of what should have been a slam dunk.


  29. Farm Boy says:

    So is there a new round of Operation Fear ongoing?


  30. Cheque d'Out says:


  31. Cheque d'Out says:

    More that the MSM has gone full on BJDS. They look deranged.

    And BloJo has been keeping it uncharacteristically low key, he needs to fight.


  32. Liz says:

    I have a friend who lives just outside Chernobyl in Ukraine. He watched that drama and said he counted 9 historical inaccuracies on one hand.

    But what does his two headed cat say?

    Liked by 3 people

  33. Farm Boy says:

    “Today it is often 1 or 2 steps to nazis, if we understand that PragerU, Jordan Peterson, Ben Shapiro et al are nazis using the dog whistles you mention in step 1,” reads the email that appears to have been sent to over a dozen other Google employees. “I can receive these recommendations regardless of the content of what I’m looking at, and I have recorded thousands of internet users sharing the same experience. I don’t think correctly identifying far-right content is beyond our capabilities


  34. Farm Boy says:

    She was especially concerned that the movie featured “no black leads,” and that the character Bo Peep — a little Bo Peep doll that has appeared in all three previous “Toy Story” installments — is “anti-feminist,” thus setting a poor role model for young female fans of the franchise.


  35. Farm Boy says:

    Little Liz and her Dad

    Liked by 4 people

  36. earl says:

    ‘I have a friend who lives just outside Chernobyl in Ukraine. He watched that drama and said he counted 9 historical inaccuracies on one hand.’

    I wouldn’t expect any Hollyweird creation to be close to accurate on what goes on in the real world.


  37. Cheque d'Out says:

    The Boris that we need to see a lot more of

    Liked by 1 person


    Facebook (and Twitter and Instagram and etc) is a cesspool and needs to be shutdown immediately.

    Liked by 2 people

  39. Oh, boo-fucking-hoo on your “unequal representation” bullshit. Looks and sounds like a pretty good place, though I did hear some idiots wanted to change the University mascot to something other than Cowboys because: manginas. Well, no place is perfect.

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  40. Cat filter engaged:

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  41. Liz says:

    I did have one good thing that happened due to Facebook, and very recently too (on a private forum…though I suppose private should be in quotes as it is nonexistent on FB).
    I found an old magazine cover (late 1960s), in an image, that had my Dad’s name on it and had the caption “fighting CO of Vietnam’s all-Ace mystery squadron”.
    Anyway….I tried to find it and the magazine is no longer in existence (and hasn’t been in a long long while). Someone was able to find it for me on eBay!

    Liked by 7 people

  42. Farm Boy says:

    “When one manager asked on a mailing list how to deal with male employees over-explaining things to a female report, another manager blamed the over-explaining on diversity training, claiming that male engineers on his team never treated women condescendingly before diversity training made them think that Google was hiring less qualified women and minorities to achieve diversity goals.”

    [See this happening I can]

    Liked by 1 person

  43. Farm Boy says:

    “A recent Goomics depicts HR as a monster. I strive to make Google a better place to work every single day as a person who works in HR, and this is super hurtful. Why I am working so hard on behalf of Googlers who think of me as the monster?”


  44. Farm Boy says:

    “A coworker approached me to say that he noticed I consumed a lot of soy products (I’m a vegetarian) and that he was worried my testicles would shrink, my testosterone would fail, and estrogen would rise. It was inappropriate to begin with, but also cast people with lower testosterone as less masculine or manly.”


  45. Ame says:

    Liz – that’s awesome. it’s the little things in life … priceless 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

  46. Hi guys,

    Sorry I have been MIA. Its my busy season and am working lots these days.

    Had to share this link, a judge defending free speech! Man fired for personal pro-Confederate views must be rehired w $160k in back pay!

    Liked by 4 people

  47. Cheque d'Out says:

    BloJo’s competition, who used to ‘run’ the NHS. The scumleft is currently pushing that NHS problems are nothing to do with unending immigration, it’s down to old people needing the NHS that they’ve spent decades paying into

    Liked by 1 person

  48. Cheque d'Out says:

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  49. Did he also say that soyboys are whiney ass bitches?

    Liked by 2 people

  50. Ame says:

    Swarm of Bees Follows Car for Two Days to Rescue Queen Trapped in Back

    Liked by 2 people

  51. Farm Boy says:

    Liz as a little tyke

    Liked by 3 people

  52. Farm Boy says:

    When Leilani Farha paid a visit to San Francisco in January, she knew the grim reputation of the city’s homeless encampments. In her four years as the United Nations Special Rapporteur for Adequate Housing, Farha has visited the slums of Mumbai, Delhi, Mexico City, Jarkarta, and Manila. The crisis in San Francisco, she said, is comparable to these conditions.


  53. Farm Boy says:

    Smith was speaking on “how transgender politics in school and society is undermining our freedom and harming women and children” as protesters were outside. A fire alarm sounded, and as it rang out the Antifa member bolted out of her seat and up the stairs. Smith said of the alleged Antifa member, “I think the original intent was to go after me but she got spooked by RCMP near me and instead charged out of the building and flailed at the man at the back. This is a pattern of harassment. When I did my Vancouver Island tour I had a group of apparently professional protesters following me from town to town causing disruptions.”

    Prior to the event, Smith had written:

    “After five different venues canceled my scheduled talks recently due to slander and harassment from dishonest LGBTQ protesters and activists such as Morgane Oger, my presentation at UBC Sunday night (June 23, at 6:45pm until 8:45pm) will go ahead. Despite UBC raising the security costs on my event from $500 to $1400 including taxes (bringing our overall costs for the venue and other expenses to over $3000), I was able, in conjunction with the Canadian Christian Lobby and generous supporters, to raise enough money (with pledges) to pay for most of the additional security costs. We are very grateful to everybody who stepped up to help make sure this event happens, and very discouraged by those trying to silence free speech.

    I would like to note that I regard the increased security fees as very unfair and unjust. I have given talks all over BC and I have never caused problems or damage to property. It is only the protesters who come out and behave badly in order to get my talks shut down that are the problem. These protesters are using (literally) the same opposition silencing tactics that were used by the brown shirt storm troopers in pre-Nazi Germany. This should alarm everybody.”


  54. Farm Boy says:

    It’s been three years since former Yale University basketball captain Jack Montague filed a lawsuit against the university for denying him due process rights and a fair investigation into allegations of sexual assault. On Monday, Montague and Yale reached a settlement to avoid going to trial.


  55. Farm Boy says:

    “If you morons were thinking that the latest ‘Trump raped me and grabbed my mish’ story sounded familiar, you’re not the only one. Apparently, fantasizing about being raped in the dressing room of an upscale Manhattan department store was one of the plot threads of an episode of ‘Law and Order: SVU’ back in 2012. Seriously. Don’t any of our media outlets have any fact-checking at all? I guess we’re lucky she didn’t have a boyfriend named Haven Monahan. Of course, if she did, they wouldn’t have caught that either. I’m afraid this is just going to encourage even more fruitcakes to come crawling out of the woodwork, because if they have a story that can possibly damage Trump, all of the media’s supposed skepticism gets shut down and they run with whatever they hear. Did CNN not sit down with E. Jean Carroll and talk with her and examine her story and do any kind of minimal evaluation? I would like to understand the decision-making process by which she was green-lighted for an on-the-air interview with Anderson Cooper. You’d think there would be some sort of rehearsals and such so that all of the principal actors could at least get their stories straight. But Cooper, and Alisyn Camerota, Lawrence O’Donnell, all the media heads who interviewed her, they all look flummoxed that Carroll is having an on-air meltdown. If I were the producer at these news shows, I’d be screaming and cursing and firing people. What a complete disgrace. Not only is the MSM treating its audience rather shabbily, they’re also not doing the mentally ill any favors. Pushing this obviously confused woman into the spotlight is straight up elder abuse. For all we know, the poor woman is probably ill from toxoplasmosis and needs medical attention.”


  56. Farm Boy says:

    The current campaign to amend federal and state civil rights laws to extend protections to sexual orientation and gender identity isn’t meant to eliminate discrimination — it’s meant to eliminate religious freedom.

    What else are we to believe when proponents of such amendments tell us as much?

    Like their federal cousin, the Equality Act, these laws can’t ensure equality because, as gay writer Brad Polumbo explains, they work by “elevating [LGBT] rights over those of religious Americans.”


  57. Farm Boy says:

    “Perhaps no issue more motivates progressive activists than social justice. Good intentions may motivate the social justice warriors, albeit sometimes sprinkled with a dollop of self-hatred. But good intentions do not necessarily produce good results. Indeed, often the policies favored by progressive idealists hinder the economic and social progress of the very people they seek to rescue.”


  58. Farm Boy says:

    “She got into her dream college but her dream college offered her no scholarships, just loans.”

    Rep. @AOC shares story of young woman she mentored who faced $250,000 of debt in order to attend her dream college.

    — The Hill (@thehill) June 24, 2019

    Not my responsibility to pay for your “dream college.” Your dream, your choice, your debt. Not mine or anyone else’s. It’s called personal responsibility.

    — Katie Pavlich (@KatiePavlich) June 24, 2019

    I turned down two dream colleges for something more affordable. I ain’t paying for your dream college!! My gawd.

    — Julie Gunlock (@JGunlock) June 24, 2019

    AOC unintentionally explaining why Bernie’s plan is so ridiculous.

    It’s not about getting a college education through sensible community colleges or state schools, but about the government paying for the hopes and dreams of everyone at the cost of others.

    — Josh Jordan (@NumbersMuncher) June 25, 2019

    Liked by 1 person

  59. Farm Boy says:

    NEW YORK, NY—Greg Klein was walking home when he saw an injured man on the side of the road. Much like the good Samaritan in Jesus’s parable, Klein acted swiftly. He immediately took out his phone and let his rival political party have it on Twitter.

    “Just look at what’s happening because Republicans care about corporations and not the community,” Klein posted, including a picture of the injured man. And assuming the injured man was a minority (though he didn’t get close enough to be sure), he also tweeted this was further evidence of the Republicans’ “white supremacy.”

    But Klein didn’t stop there. From his very own pocket, he then made a $35 donation to Elizabeth Warren. “If we can get Trump out of office and Warren in, then we can get this man free health care,” Klein later tweeted. “And get rid of his student debt… if he has that.”

    Having done all he could to help the man, Klein then summoned an Uber and got away from there.


  60. Cill says:

    The link at 4:58 pm

    Anyone who thinks LA was “one of the most beautiful cities in the entire world” hasn’t seen much of the world, or of USA for that matter. I first saw LA early this century. America has some beautiful places. LA is not one of them, and I don’t believe it ever was.

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  61. Cheque d'Out says:

    BloJo’s opposition makes hi pitch for the votes of Tory party voters.

    Bloke needs better advice, I feel.

    Liked by 1 person

  62. Farm Boy says:

    WASHINGTON, D.C.—In an emergency bill rushed to the House floor and passed Wednesday, House Democrats voted to send more fake tears to address the crisis on the southern border.

    The bill authorizes Congress to send more representatives to the southern border to stage fake photo-ops where they appear to cry over mistreated immigrants.

    “The best way to address a humanitarian crisis is to take a photo op showing how compassionate you are,” said Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. “Rather than trying to address the monetary needs of those trying to handle the flood of immigrants coming over the border, we will simply fly down there and cry, peeking to make sure the photographers are looking at us the whole time.”

    Though the two ladies have sometimes found themselves at odds over other policies, Nancy Pelosi agreed with Ocasio-Cortez’s approach to the problem.

    “You can’t just spend your way out of a crisis like this—you have to virtue-signal your way out of it,” Pelosi said.


  63. Farm Boy says:

    On Wednesday, calling into Fox Business to speak with host Maria Bartiromo, President Trump accused social media companies like Google and Twitter of attempting to “rig the election” and suggested they should be sued, adding, “You may need legislation to create competition.”


  64. Farm Boy says:

    I hope the Queen lives forever

    In what has been seen as a historic move, Britain’s Prince William said he would “fully support” his children if they were to come out LGBT — and not just in a loving way, but also in an approving way.


  65. Farm Boy says:

    “Megan should never disrespect our Country, the White House, or our Flag, especially since so much has been done for her & the team. Be proud of the Flag that you wear,” he tweeted.

    In the same series of tweets, Trump announced he was inviting the US women’s team to the White House and said “I am a big fan.”

    Rapinoe, however, “should WIN first before she TALKS! Finish the job!” he wrote.–sow.html

    [Wonder if a lesbian she is i do]


  66. Farm Boy says:

    🚨🚨🚨 BREAKING @Vimeo has REMOVED Project Veritas saying: “You cannot upload videos that are hateful, defamatory, or discriminatory.” Perhaps we embarrassed @Google but NOTHING we said was hateful, defamatory, or discriminatory. They’re trying to erase us from the internet.

    — Project Veritas (@Project_Veritas) June 26, 2019


  67. Farm Boy says:

    Dozens of Google employees have sent an open letter to the organizers of San Francisco’s annual Pride parade urging them to kick Google’s company float out of the parade.
    In a letter posted to Medium, the employees wrote of a work atmosphere where concerns from LGBTQ employees are regularly brushed aside.

    “We have spent countless hours advocating for our company to improve policies and practices regarding the treatment of LGBTQ+ persons, the depiction of LGBTQ+ persons, and harassment and hate speech directed at LGBTQ+ persons, on YouTube and other Google products,” the letter read.


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