Just Not A Pretty Picture


From the TMI post RichardP asked,

Are the acquaintances evenly split between the two sexes. Or does this TMI activity take place more with one sex than the other?

I responded,

I will ask

So I did ask.  This is phenomenon is mainly just a guy thing.  This makes sense form a certain perspective, as guys can be into publicizing their conquests.  As for the women he knows; mostly his wife’s girlfriends, the answer is no.  They are all college educated with various fluff degrees, with white collar careers, and would not benefit from outright advertising that they are sluts.  Some things never change, guys don’t like sluts (at least for marriage), and all of these women have/had marriage aspirations.

These women are all wallish, with no solid prospects in sight.  They are all alpha-widows.  So basically they are ruined with respect to marriage.  So I asked a bit more about their histories.  It seems that they mostly had sex at the drop of a hat (to sexy/confident/wealthy guys).  They had no problems at all with ONSes.  The rationalization among their group was that “STD’s are inevitable, so it really doesn’t matter what we do.”   This is all very odd, as the probability of catching and STD goes down quite a bit if you are not doing ONSes, as they are the kind of fellas most likely possessing STDS.  But then again, I am sure they were the sexiest of the fellas.  Short answer — one can still be slutty, but avoid ONSes if you want to lower your risk to STDs dramatically.

Of course, they are all puzzled and frustrated by their situation.  The people who understand are afraid to tell them, so this cohort sails on toward the coast of Catland.

Posted in alpha fux, Dating????, FarmBoy, Hypergamy, Trainwreck
141 comments on “Just Not A Pretty Picture
  1. Farm Boy says:

    One of the friends contracted the HPV virus. She had to have an operation on it such that she can’t have kids.

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  2. Mega says:

    Sorry to be off topic … can anyone give me the 10,000 ft view of what’s going on with Rollo/TRM ? I don’t understand what’s going on and frankly don’t want to do the work to find out. I used to follow Rollo religiously several years back. A pioneer and mainstay of the sphere. Help put it on the map, actually. But then it went wrong. It became about him. His brand. And making money off of it. And anyone who questioned Rollo the god/emperor got dis-invited; or worse. So I moved on. As many did. But many more innocents found their way to TRM. And its still chock full of awesome reality, so good for all those who discover it.

    Which leads to the current 21 spat. Know something’s going down. Not sure of the details … so could someone please fill me in ?

    And, oh, this was prompted by a feed, that fed me a link … which apparently has been purged. https://therationalmale.com/2019/06/26/the-fate-of-the-red-man-group/

    Thanks !

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  3. Farm Boy says:

    Not sure exactly what is happening there with Rollo, but it isn’t a pretty picture either

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  4. Ame says:

    “STD’s are inevitable, so it really doesn’t matter what we do.”

    that’s … i just don’t get that kind of thinking.

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  5. Ame says:

    as it is summer here … which means bug-bite season … i thought i’d share this little tip:

    Children’s Liquid Benedryl, applied TOPICALLY, is great for mosquito and insect bites for all ages.

    it’s sticky, but after about 30 minutes an hour or so you can wipe it off. after a few hours or so the bite is usually completely gone.

    this was especially beneficial when Aspie-Girl was little as she had the adverse reaction to Benedryl – rather than making her sleepy, it made her extra hyper, on top of her ADHD and sensory, etc.

    we use the dye-free one b/c it’s clear. the grape and cherry flavored have dyes in them that could stain clothes. (also, my Oldest is allergic to cherry flavorings).

    https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B004DGO3WS/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&th=1

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  6. Liz says:

    that’s … i just don’t get that kind of thinking.

    Take away reason and accountability.

    Which leads to the current 21 spat. Know something’s going down. Not sure of the details … so could someone please fill me in ?

    A couple of weeks ago Rollo announced that he was dropped as a speaker for the 21 event. Up until that point, he was on the advertisement.
    After the announcement, Anthony Johnson accused him of inviting a NY Times reporter to the cigar bar where everyone had congregated back in October. Apparently several of the speakers had made an appointment with her for the next day, but (ostensibly) her arrival at the cigar bar was a surprise and (ostensibly) it was Rollo who invited her. The fact that it hadn’t come up until now seems a little odd.
    At any rate, there’s kind of been a smear campaign which has been one-sided. Rollo hasn’t really said much, aside from revealing a text with one member of the group (not him) publicly tweeting where they were earlier that night. This is the way these things go. The accusers can accuse, and there’s little to be gained and a lot potentially to be lost if one says the wrong thing publicly in one’s own defense.
    I have no idea who is in the wrong here, but in every case I’ve seen this is exactly the way things play out. It’s easier to destroy than to build. That’s true of reputations too. So I always give the accused the benefit of the doubt unless and until there is very compelling reason not to.
    I’m assuming Rollo started the private thread so he can discuss his side of the case in a private setting with participants he knows and trusts, without having to worry about moonbats trying to seize on whatever they can in hopes of a lawsuit.
    Just my .01

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  7. Farm Boy says:

    that’s … i just don’t get that kind of thinking.

    Simple. It is just how the hamster plays out in the modern world.

    The hamster is very adaptable. That is how they survive so well

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  8. Farm Boy says:

    Take away reason and accountability.

    Take away reasoning, yes. But the accountability is still there

    More so for some than others

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  9. Mega says:

    Thanks Liz. What little I’ve looked into it … seemed to be in the same vein as what you came up with.

    Not that Rollo is an Angel or anything. But as you said … easier to attack and destroy. Much harder to defend yourself and your reputation. Maybe there is a lesson there for us all. Or maybe not. Trust your friends and when they turn out to not be your friends anymore … then what ??? How do you act then ? Or react. Or defend yourself. When the odds are stacked against you. So who do you trust, again ?

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  10. RichardP says:

    So I did ask. This is phenomenon is mainly just a guy thing. This makes sense form a certain perspective, as guys can be into publicizing their conquests.

    Thanks. I thought that might be the way things fell out.

    Watched the Democratic show in Miami tonight. Everyone staked out their reasons why folks shouldn’t vote for them. Pretty revealing. So, Miami is on the mind as I am reading FB’s answer quoted above.

    I’ve said elsewhere that I was in the Army, stationed at the Pentagon, and that I have a twin brother. When I got out of the Army, he flew to D.C. and we drove the coastline home. Down the east coast to Key West, up the west side through Tampa and New Orleans, cutting across Texas from Houston, through San Antonio, up through El Paso – to Phoenix and on into Los Angeles, and then north to Seattle.

    We were in Miami Beach on the 2nd or 3rd night. Didn’t know if we would ever be back, so decided to have dinner at a pricey beach restaraunt. Very nice interior, with booth’s arranged in a semi-circle with high backs for intimate dining – for folks who wanted to be intimate. A couple of booths away was a couple in their late 20’s or so, obviously out on a date. Both him and her would not have looked out-of-place in a GQ spread. But, oh my. For the entire dinner, all he did was talk. She barely ever got a word in edge-wise. And all he talked about was himself. And his accomplishments. And his conquests.

    It was a disgustingly perfect example of .guys can be into publicizing their conquests.

    I can’t imagine that the young lady found any reason to go on a second date with the fellow.

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  11. Farm Boy says:

    I can’t imagine that the young lady found any reason to go on a second date with the fellow.

    I can. Some women are really into men like that (often narcissist types). Especially if the accomplishments sound impressive.

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  12. Farm Boy says:

    In the first 2020 Democratic presidential debate on Wednesday, former Secretary of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Julián Castro said that “reproductive justice” involves allowing “trans females” to get abortions. Even in terms of pandering to the transgender community, this was a huge fail.

    https://pjmedia.com/trending/julian-castro-says-reproductive-justice-means-a-trans-female-can-get-an-abortion/

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  13. Farm Boy says:

    I identify as one of these

    Can I have an abortion?

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  14. RichardP says:

    Totally off-topic: On our drive around the coast-line to the West Coast, we arrived at Key West on a sultry, lazy Sunday aftertnoon. At the southern edge of Key West was a naval station. I wanted to get as far south as I could before turning north, so I pulled up to the guard at the gate to ask if I might just drive inside and turn around and go back out. To my astonishment, he did not approach my car to talk to me, but waved me on through the gate. We drove through the gate and down to the southern end of the base – to a pier that had several submarines tied up. Parked the car and brother and I walked over to the edge to look over one of the submarines. Guy inside must have heard the car drive up and park. He poked his head out of the conning tower(??) and greeted us. “You guys want a tour?”

    Seems that it was everbody’s day off except for a skeleton crew kept around to keep watch over everything, and they were bored. So brother and I got a tour that few civilians probably ever get. I could easily develop claustrophobia in a submarine. These were subs at the end of their useful life, so they were being sripped of anything top secret, refurbished, and were going to be turned over to the government of Taiwan (iirc) for them to train their sailors how to use submarines.

    It was strange to me, looking out across the water and knowing that Cuba was just 90 miles away. With great regret, and Jimmy Buffet songs running through our heads, we turned north toward Tampa. Several days later it ocurred to me that I had just gotten out of the Army. My hair was still short, and I still had the MDW (Military District of Washington) parking sticker on my front bumper. That explained the guy at the gate just waving me on through. Doubt that would happen today.

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  15. RichardP says:

    @FB said: I can. Some women are really into men like that.

    I suppose. But it is hard for me to imagine any woman comfortable in her own skin being attracted to that type.

    Even in terms of pandering to the transgender community, this was a huge fail.

    That was what I thought also.

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  16. Jack says:

    The rationalization among their group was that “STD’s are inevitable, so it really doesn’t matter what we do.”

    How could they be so illogical? Fear will do that to a person. The fear of STDs is perhaps the biggest fear that they might have about pursuing a sexually promiscuous lifestyle. So in response, the solipsistic hamster works overtime to accept this as an inevitable outcome. Why? It’s because this rationalization serves to dispel these fears, which then allows them to freely enjoy the experience.

    Actually, this acceptance of the inevitability of contracting an STD is a brilliantly evil move on their part, because this brand of psychological dissociation allows them to take responsibility for that which they cannot control. In other words, they are fearlessly “owning” their idolatrous lifestyle, and all that it entails. It’s like they are telling themselves, “I am gonna f*ck around, even if it kills me!”

    Amazing!

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  17. Ame says:

    Trust your friends and when they turn out to not be your friends anymore … then what ??? How do you act then ? Or react. Or defend yourself. When the odds are stacked against you. So who do you trust, again ?

    been there … done that … have the scars to prove it.

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  18. Farm Boy says:

    But Sen. Booker may have topped that when he said that ‘we do not talk enough about trans-Americans,’ especially ‘African-American trans-Americans.’ Do we talk about anything else?

    https://spectator.us/pathetic-exhibition-virtue-miami/

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  19. Farm Boy says:

    But it is hard for me to imagine any woman comfortable in her own skin

    How many are?

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  20. Cheque d'Out says:


    An adorable Lilliputian Border Collie. Edible too, if times are hard

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  21. SFC Ton says:

    Being succesful and being in your 20’s requires a man to do a lot of self advertising.

    Might not be tasteful it is effective. If the young man has some accomplishments to talk up.

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  22. Liz says:

    Several days later it ocurred to me that I had just gotten out of the Army. My hair was still short, and I still had the MDW (Military District of Washington) parking sticker on my front bumper. That explained the guy at the gate just waving me on through. Doubt that would happen today.

    Prior to 911 that’s the way things were. All one needed was a car sticker, and they’d let you pass. When Mike was stationed in South Korea I could walk through the Yongsan base gate holding up a credit card instead of an ID card. They never checked (ROK military manned the gates, if memory serves).

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  23. Liz says:

    Determining who to trust is a life skill, like other life skills. Learning most anything will require making mistakes…eventually you get pattern recognition. Unfortunately dynamics change depending on where one is in life. If you’re the boss (or similar position), it’s going to be more difficult (it’s in people’s interest to please you…and a lot of those folks are not legit). Measuring people is easier when one is underestimated.

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  24. Farm Boy says:

    An alarming new statistic from the annual Accelerating Acceptance report finds that young Americans — generally regarded as the most socially tolerant generation — are less comfortable with LGBTQ people than in previous years.

    https://nypost.com/2019/06/25/lgbtq-acceptance-in-toxic-decline-among-young-americans-study/

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  25. Farm Boy says:

    Newly uncovered photos from the border protest attended by a tearful Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez show that she was crying over an empty parking lot.

    https://summit.news/2019/06/26/photos-reveal-aoc-was-crying-over-an-empty-parking-lot/

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  26. Farm Boy says:

    And there are dozens of other examples. They all point to a sickness in American society, with our institutions of higher education too often doubling as “hate-hoax mills,” encouraged by a bloated grievance industry in the form of diversity administrators.

    https://www.city-journal.org/campus-hate-crime-hoaxes

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  27. Liz says:

    That’s hilarious about AOC crying in front of an empty parking lot. 😆

    Yo AOC’s so stupid, she made an onion cry.

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  28. Liz says:

    I just noticed the hag spelled backwards is gah.
    Coincidence? I think not.
    [/morning stream of consciousness ramble]

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  29. You shouldn’t notice things, Liz. Noticing can get you in trouble.

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  30. Farm Boy says:

    When gay marriage became the law of the land, that was success from a nation that is constantly working to become more fair and free. Now, we’re being told that’s not enough. There is now a new grievance in the perpetual racist, sexist, homophobic America. We are now to use that as an economic weapon or as another cudgel with which to extort political power and reinforce divisions among us instead of moving forward with our victories.

    For the Democratic Party machine, however, there can never be success, there always has to be a new appended wrong or violation, some new campaign to convince you that victimhood will never end, and you must always resent, well, everyone.

    https://m.washingtontimes.com/news/2019/jun/26/democrats-add-gay-reparation-to-costly-schemes-tha/

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  31. Farm Boy says:

    In the first 2020 Democratic presidential debate, Rep. Tim Ryan (D-Ohio) slammed his party for being out of touch with Midwesterners and working people.

    “We have a perception problem in the Democrat Party,” Ryan admitted. “We have got to change the center of gravity from being coastal, elitist and Ivy League to a party that is on the side of workers. If we don’t focus on workers, none of this change will happen.”

    https://pjmedia.com/trending/tim-ryan-the-democratic-party-has-a-perception-problem-as-coastal-elitist/

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  32. Farm Boy says:

    Question for @CNN on standards for publishing photos of dead people. Last year, you were not willing to publish the stills from Logan Paul’s video showing the dead body. But you didn’t censor or hold back on publishing photos of Aylan Kurdi or the drowned migrants in Rio Grande.

    — Andy Ngo (@MrAndyNgo) June 26, 2019

    And @cnn in 2015 chose not to publish images from inside the Bataclan Theatre in Paris when 90 people were slaughtered by jihadist militants. The floor was soaked in blood. What are your guidelines?

    — Andy Ngo (@MrAndyNgo) June 26, 2019

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  33. Cheque d'Out says:

    Regarding the Rollo thing, I have no idea who is telling how much truth. I came across this video a few days back, it’s anti-Rollo but he doesn’t sound hysterical. Where the truth lies? I have no idea.

    I do know that if I went to such a meet-up (not likely at all. partly due to shit like this, too many moronic liabilities within the movement), I’d be very pissed off if a MSM feminist journo turned up. Whoever gave that woman the location at that time should receive an enthusiastically delivered kick in their cunt.

    The fact that Rollo was involved in getting her an invite (though maybe not the ‘early’ delivery of the address) speaks badly of him AFAIAC. That journo was never going to aid the movement, all she could do is help Rollo’s media profile – and I don’t give a fuck about that. Especially if it comes at the expense of other men.

    Here’s part 2.

    ps
    it’s pronounced veeshee not veetchy

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  34. Farm Boy says:

    San Francisco Pride organizers acknowledged that Google and Youtube “must do more to elevate and protect the voices of LGBTQ+ creators,” but said Google “has been a considerate partner for a number of years.”

    http://fortune.com/2019/06/26/san-francisco-pride-parade-google/

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  35. RichardP says:

    @Liz said: Measuring people is easier when one is underestimated.

    I had to write a paper in a freshman writing class in college. In my research I stumbled upon a blurb about Benjamin Franklin, and specifically about his time as the United State’s first ambassador. I don’t remember enough to quote directly, but Franklin was making the point about how useful he found it to present himself as a bit of a bumbling idiot. Folks saw that and tended to let down their guard. Franklin stated that, in such situations, folks tended to reveal what their real objectives and motives were. Which gave Franklin information he probably would not have otherwise had – with which to fashion, in his brilliant mind, negotiating tactics that tended to get him more of what he wanted and give the others less of what they wanted.

    That was a special application of the adage that you don’t have to tell folks everything you know.

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  36. Stephanie says:

    So… someone outed BGR (Larry) or at least *muahhahaha* they thought they did.

    I know 100% who it was, surprisingly was easily able to find her personal blog where she (stupidly) actually admits to the public doxxing that ended in harassment (!!!). Already sent him the info. with the post etc.

    It’s a good thing I’m a nerd! 😀

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  37. Stephanie says:

    The actual man who *was* doxxed… his minor daughter is being harassed.

    An ex-democrat staffer got 4 years in jail for doing this to Republican senators because minors were involved in being endangered.

    Maybe this psycho woman will finally be forced to stop. Probably not, but at least he’ll know who it was.

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  38. Stephanie says:

    Also… this lady really does seem psycho. The amount of research and time she put into finding him was almost like a private investigator (which to be honest, she’s that crazy that maybe she did hire one).

    I’m probably going to start phasing into anonymity. This is just too much.

    [Good to be anonymous it would be]

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  39. Farm Boy says:

    President Trump accused major tech companies of working to rig the election against him, calling out Google, Facebook and Twitter for anti-conservative bias and suggesting lawsuits would be in order to correct the problem.

    https://m.washingtontimes.com/news/2019/jun/26/donald-trump-google-twitter-facebook-trying-rig-el/

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  40. Farm Boy says:

    E. Jean Carroll said she does not want to consider herself a victim and does not describe the incident with Donald Trump as a rape. https://t.co/9JrG9NSmVE pic.twitter.com/Plq0Jk3aIA

    — The New York Times (@nytimes) June 27, 2019

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  41. Cheque d'Out says:

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  42. Cheque d'Out says:

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  43. Cheque d'Out says:

    Like a pro. Couldn’t do a better job

    [“Hats off to you” I say]

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  44. Farm Boy says:

    DALAI LAMA: “One day he says something, another day he says something. But I think lack of moral principle. When he became president, he expressed America First. That is wrong“

    https://www.weaselzippers.us/424468-dalai-lama-goes-after-trump-he-has-a-lack-of-moral-principle-for-putting-america-first/

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  45. Ame says:

    every once in awhile we get to know that what we did made a difference in someone’s life.

    when my Beloved Niece was little, we kept her a lot. her mom was a single mom and working her way thru college. she’s also my sister who was wild. so keeping my Beloved Niece was as much, if not more so, for her as my sister.

    many years later, Beloved Niece and her Husband are expecting their first baby! (squeee!!!!!) when talking with her today, she shared some parenting expectations she and her Husband have. they are so unrealistic i started laughing – not a mean laugh, but it was funnee 🙂

    i finally told her she’s living in a fantasy.

    to which she replied, “Auntie Ame, you’re the one who taught me that.”

    “How did I teach you that?”

    “Because every time I came to your house it was like living in a fantasy.”

    *tears*
    joy
    humbled
    grateful
    *tears*

    one time when i picked her up to bring her to our house she had no shoes b/c my sister couldn’t afford them. it was winter. i stopped by walmart to buy her shoes. she was three years old then.

    there were other things. the one she mentioned was always feeding her the foods she loved.

    we cannot save the whole world … we cannot save all the children … but we can do something for the ones in our own world.

    and … sometimes … we are gifted with a glance at how powerful our impact truly was.

    (No, Stephanie … you can NOT tell her i shared this 😉 )

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  46. Ame says:

    btw … it’s been awhile for some … but if you’re still reading, know you’re missed … Tarn, FML, Horseman. Glad Honeycomb and LarryG stop in from time-to-time. I’m sure i’m missing some . . .

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  47. horsemanbombadil says:

    ‘He has withdrawn to a little land, beyond borders he himself has set, though none casn see them, waiting perhaps for a change of days, he will not step beyond them.”

    “He is beyond the weight of others or the care of this world, yet he watches with sympathy.”

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  48. Farm Boy says:

    “The gist of the letter isn’t that Google’s LGBTQ+ employees are being treated badly at work, but that the company isn’t stringent enough about cracking down on WRONG SPEECH on YouTube.” In other words, Google hires gay people who then seek to damage the company they work for, in order to pressure the company to engage in totalitarian censorship of anyone they don’t like.

    Now do you understand what the firing of James Damore was really about? The LGBT community has become toxic in its politics, abandoning any pretense of seeking “tolerance” and instead demanding that the rest of us obey their diktats or else be banished into outer darkness.

    https://pjmedia.com/trending/google-employees-tell-san-francisco-their-company-isnt-woke-enough-for-pride-parade/

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  49. horsemanbombadil says:

    Ames you can tell its me by the spelling mistakes.
    Be well all.

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  50. RichardP says:

    we cannot save the whole world … we cannot save all the children … but we can do something for the ones in our own world.

    Yes.

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  51. Farm Boy says:

    Progressive Sweetheart J.K. Rowling Attacked By SJWs Over Her ‘Trans-Exclusionary Radical Feminism’

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/48954/progressive-sweetheart-jk-rowling-attacked-sjws-emily-zanotti

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  52. Farm Boy says:

    As many have noted, if Rugby Australia had simply issued a statement distancing themselves from Folau’s views and moved on, then his original Instagram post would have been long forgotten by now. But by overreacting, the Rugby Australia – and the ‘inclusivity’ zealots egging them on – have turned one man’s particular religious beliefs into a full-blown national brouhaha.

    https://www.spectator.com.au/2019/06/our-fury-at-censorship-by-governments-and-corporations-has-burst-with-the-folau-fiasco/

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  53. Farm Boy says:

    This Young Turks dude is angry because his own audience took his criticism of a female Dem candidate as a sign that he ‘hates women’.

    Imagine having to pander to these people every day.
    pic.twitter.com/gBsqSZVh5L

    — Paul Joseph Watson (@PrisonPlanet) June 27, 2019

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  54. Farm Boy says:

    Trojan sends a PENIS-themed ice cream truck around New York for Pride – urging all men to be proud of their ‘cones,’ no matter what their shape or size

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-7189281/Trojan-condoms-sending-PENIS-themed-ice-cream-truck-NYC-Pride.html

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  55. Stephanie says:

    Since she seems to be fighting for her right to dox him and his personal info, here’s her video

    Sigma Frame, Dalrock, Boxer, Deepstrength and others are also on her watch list…. Just an FYI.

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  56. Mega says:

    CdO, dang those Vichy Male vids … the anti TRM stuff, was powerful, had no idea all that stuff was going down behind the scenes. Can’t say as I’m surprised though. I think I’m pretty good at reading between the lines on stuff. Which is why when I call people out … they get so irate. Anyway, I figured out a few years back that Rollo was a fake and in it only for the money. Pretty sure he started out with good intentions and for several years he put out good stuff. No, really … it was great stuff. But it gradually went south and his ego took over and it became about him and about money and his fame. Seems like that is what the spat is all about. Him being in charge and nobody else gets a voice. Don’t know Johnson or any of the other players. So is there something they’re playing ? Perhaps. But seriously … don’t know and don’t care anymore.

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  57. Farm Boy says:

    Not a pretty picture.

    Don’t go to this link

    If you are reading this Horseman, this means you

    http://ace.mu.nu/archives/IMG_2896.JPG

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  58. Farm Boy says:

    After initially being turned down by the city, Boston’s first ever “Straight Pride” parade has been granted an official date: August 31.

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/48930/update-bostons-straight-pride-parade-moving-james-barrett

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  59. Cheque d'Out says:

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  60. Cheque d'Out says:

    I must admit that Rollo always seemed okay to me back in the day. I just didn’t have time for the posts and comments. And I’m a mgtow that isn’t interested in practicing game for honking bonking, so he’s never been must read for me.

    I don’t know any of the other players either.

    But the videos seemed to make reasonable points.

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  61. b g says:

    ” … but we can do something for the ones in our own world.”

    Yeah, we have been making strawberry jam using my wife’s recipe which is basically cramming extra berries into the pot. The sweetie claimed that her friends sleeping over nights ate all of her jam and wanted to make more. She has been doing that for a couple of weekends, and it has no doubt influenced several of her buds. Like my wife always said you can’t buy it in the store ;-D

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  62. RichardP says:

    Statement on Removal of RT From 21

    Despite this instruction, Mr. Tomassi surreptitiously provided the location to a potentially hostile reporter of a global media publication, invited her to appear, and falsely asserted to her that several speakers were prepared to be interviewed. … This conduct by Mr. Tomassi directly put the identities, reputations, livelihoods, safety of speakers and attendees, and the success of The 21 Convention, The Red Man Group, and 21 Studios itself, at serious risk of a potentially defamatory major media story.

    That is their story, and they are sticking by it. In the document I linked to they say that this is the sole reason for Rollo’s dismissal. If it is true, then I understand the action they took. Doing such a thing would destroy trust.

    However, Rollo has a brand to protect. A brand that seems to bring him a fair bit of income. Because of this, it seems odd to me that Rollo would intentionally jeapordize that by violating the instruction to not disclose the meeting location to anyone – for the obvious reasons given in the last part of the quote above. I think Rollo himself would impose such a restriction on himself, because of the reasons given in the last part of the quote above, even if such a restriction was not imposed by the leadership.

    Which makes me wonder, along with everyone else, what the real story is. Given that a number of the men were going to meet with the reporter the next, and in this way reveal to her who they were, maybe Rollo thought it would be no big deal for her to show up the night before. But – for what purpose?? That is the part that makes no sense.

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  63. SFC Ton says:

    but Franklin was making the point about how useful he found it to present himself as a bit of a bumbling idiot.
    ……….

    One of the oldest plays in the country boy play book

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  64. SFC Ton says:

    Which makes me wonder, along with everyone else, what the real story is.
    ……….

    Dont much care either way. Maybe he fucked up, maybe the other cats are petty bitches. Folks screw up all the time, folks turn petty all the time. Either way coast me and almost all of us is nothing, and Rollo has dome a tremendous amount of work on behalf of struggling men. Almost all of which was free.

    Following the drama, giving a shit about other folks gossip is womanish in every fucking possible way

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  65. SFC Ton says:

    LGBT community has become toxic in its politics,
    ……..
    Become toxic? How about was toxic from the start? Lgbt is toxic and destructive by its very nature of trying to normalize perversion and dysfuction

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  66. RichardP says:

    Which makes me wonder, along with everyone else, what the real story is.

    Probably gave the wrong impression with that wording. I don’t care what the real story is. But, given the points I made about what Rollo had to lose, the official version given in what I quoted doesn’t make sense. So I wonder what the real story is, in a this official version doesn’t make sense sort of way.

    I stopped reading Rollo some time ago, when it seemed that anything worth saying had already been said and he was starting to repeat himself. I’m not knocking it because it is useful for the new readers there. But I had no clue anything was going on until I saw it mentioned in this thread.

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  67. Cheque d'Out says:

    The State of May

    [Not a particularly impressive state it would be]

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  68. Cheque d'Out says:

    “One of the oldest plays in the country boy play book”

    Boris Johnson’s entire career is based on this.

    He recently referred to the French as turds. The MSM got excited while the population shrugged their shoulders and failed to give a shit

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  69. Cheque d'Out says:

    If this is true

    Despite this instruction, Mr. Tomassi surreptitiously provided the location to a potentially hostile reporter of a global media publication, invited her to appear, and falsely asserted to her that several speakers were prepared to be interviewed. … This conduct by Mr. Tomassi directly put the identities, reputations, livelihoods, safety of speakers and attendees, and the success of The 21 Convention, The Red Man Group, and 21 Studios itself, at serious risk of a potentially defamatory major media story.

    then I think that it’s more than mere drama

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  70. Cheque d'Out says:

    Senior labour MP describes how immigration actually works

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  71. Stephanie says:

    [Good to be anonymous it would be]

    ^The good thing about not being anonymous is that these people like her love the thrill of exposure and embarrassment. You take all that away when you’re not anonymous. I actually think it lowers the threatpoint down because your friends and family have your back more and know you’re not a psycho person if you go viral.

    Plus she already knows about me, has written about me a few times, and has already tried to go after us, threatening my husband’s job. She failed, not saying she won’t try again, but not being anonymous gives her very little incentive to do the digging she loves when she already knows she’s tried, and failed. It makes people like that VERY angry they can’t get to you.

    Whereas the anonymous ones are still big game to people like this. Like a trophy if they can expose them.

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  72. Farm Boy says:

    May might have a second career as an actress in zombie movies

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  73. Liz says:

    Stephanie, that woman looks pretty unbalanced. 😳

    Per the Vichi video, I am extremely suspect of snippets taken from private exchanges since they can be taken so easily out of context. I can’t even imagine what someone could do if they took a few of the things I’ve written in this forum out of context.
    Just reading the above they could “prove” I’m a foreign agent:
    “I could walk through the Yongsan base gate holding up a credit card instead of an ID card.
    Measuring people is easier when one is underestimated.”
    Add six minutes worth of soapbox hagiographical platitudes here and there and raise the pitchforks!
    A simple example since this is a short thread. I have no doubt at all I could make mincemeat out of my own character just by picking and choosing portions from past posts and eliminating all real context, then adding false context.

    That long letter from Rollo was illegible for the most part (except the portion read)…and I do not think that’s an accident, but it started off on the subject of the lambo video they produced for the event. Rollo said that while making the video was fun, everyone was asking what he was thinking, and he took thought it made them look out of touch and maybe a little insulting to their client base. If they want to provide the letter in full, that would be interesting…but they don’t. They want to read only a tiny portion which tells us a lot.
    Of all the speakers, Rollo is the one who protected his identity the longest. As Richard notes it would be an odd thing for him to do. Also odd that they would schedule him for the event after he ostensibly jeopardized everyone’s privacy…and never mention the fact for months. Until after Rollo wrote that letter.
    We have incomplete information, but do know there’s probably a lawsuit involved when the person in the video is throwing out terms like “tortious interference”.

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  74. Stephanie says:

    Yea, the Rollo thing sounds like he was carefully set up after the fact.

    “maybe Rollo thought it would be no big deal for her to show up the night before. But – for what purpose?? That is the part that makes no sense.”

    ^Rollo does seem to like and enjoy exposure. He has invited dramatic types before on interviews, and then denied it after the fact, which is odd behavior. Like that red pill female Kitty something. She alleged he emailed her and invited her… but the other men were angry she was there.

    Who knows?

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  75. Stephanie says:

    Y’all were talking about how to figure out who to trust… one of the most proven things is pattern recognition of a person’s behavior. Behavior is something trackable, and shows a lot about a person’s character.

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  76. Stephanie says:

    That and… people tend to repeat the things they’ve already done. Which makes pattern recognition easier.

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  77. Liz says:

    Just thinking further….The deleted password protected thread had the same title as the long letter (the future of the Red Man Group). It’s possible he wanted to show that one to a few people. At any rate, it’s just dueling banjos right now without more information.

    My Dad told Mike long ago to never, never ever go into a limited liability partnership with anyone. He said he didn’t care if it was his best friend in the world, it was always a bad idea.

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  78. Liz says:

    Sorry, just thinking further…a limited liability partnership with a friend, is what he said.

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  79. Liz says:

    Our oldest is home from college for the weekend.
    He says he wants to bring 7 friends up to ski for the Christmas holidays! I’m so excited!!
    We finally get to put this big house use for something fun. 🤗
    (and it was 96 in Denver yesterday…a scorcher)

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  80. Liz says:

    Stephanie, her readership/viewership is obviously unbalanced also. 😦
    I think anonymity is the way to go. Not that I don’t LOVE seeing you and your beautiful family. Sad there are so many sickos out there who want to do harm.

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  81. Stephanie says:

    “He says he wants to bring 7 friends up to ski for the Christmas holidays! I’m so excited!!
    We finally get to put this big house use for something fun. 🤗”

    Awww that is so sweet, Liz!

    Reminds me of this

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  82. BuenaVista says:

    I also don’t care why the fedora set is upset with Tomassi. If the reporter was invited and meeting with people the next day, a quick “hey, we’re meeting for drinks at 7” the night before is a great ice-breaker.

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  83. BuenaVista says:

    There are way too many drama queens in the so-called red-pill online manosphere watch me type harder than you world.

    It sounds like Tomassi wants to mainstream and brand himself as Mr. RP, but again, I really don’t care. For starters, being an internet personality is pretty dumb. Being an internet-channel author of things people buy is not. If he sells more books by flouncing around, fine, I don’t care.

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  84. BuenaVista says:

    I was an active participant in the only uncensored (by Oberlin) group, on the recent Oberlin unpleasantness.

    So one of my fellow alums decided I was writing things that should not be allowed, and she doxxed me. She’s an ordained minister, incidentally, and is married to another ordained minister. Granted, though she is in my class, I shouldn’t have written. “Oh. No, don’t remember you.”

    But the long-winded sea lion cow, above, is operating on the basis that she can finally get even with people she dislikes, e.g., Larry 1 Larry Dos. Basically, she’s saying it’s cool to point a gun at strangers, but that other people are responsible if a trigger is pulled. Hee-hee. This doxxing business is a very, very bad thing.

    A good analyst would be able to out me (BV) in about 15 minutes, based on just three attributes I’ve shared here routinely. This is fact. All of us communicate with each other at some risk.

    I worked for a few OGAs, on behalf of a USAG, and the AG (as a matter of post-9/11 policy) built a thorough case for denying that privacy exists under the Constitution; his case was that confidentiality exists, but that no citizen has a fundamental privacy right. This tension is often reflected now on the net, and sustains people like bitter sea lion cow, above. (I’m so glad that she shared with the world that she and her friend are hysterectomized.)

    Ah. That’s another attribute I should have hid.

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  85. Ame says:

    i think there are some pending comments.

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  86. Has anyone watched Ozark on Netflix? I’m three episodes in and kind of ambivalent at this point. Some good writing, some bad writing. Pretty good acting with a couple of standouts. Not enough humor.

    Thoughts?

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  87. Liz says:

    Has anyone watched Ozark on Netflix? I’m three episodes in and kind of ambivalent at this point. Some good writing, some bad writing. Pretty good acting with a couple of standouts. Not enough humor.

    I watched the first season and agree there’s no enough humor. Also, I found most of the characters unlikeable. Kind of like Bloodline.

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  88. Cheque d'Out says:

    Ozark ; I dragged myself to the end of series one but enjoyed the last couple of episodes…a big turnaround without dodgy writing.

    I watched series 2 a few months back…it was okay as far as I remember. Bit less saggy in the middle. Don’t remember many details, good or bad.

    I am currently enjoying Justified on Amazon. I think that work caused me to miss too many episodes when it first came out (I caught the last few episodes of the final series as well as the first series and a half). Pretty much all the good stuff that I remember has already happened by half way through series 2. I have high hopes for the episodes that I think that I haven’t ever seen

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  89. Ame says:

    they’ve tried to destroy the rainbow … now they’re trying to destroy ice cream?

    there be very sick people in this world.

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  90. Ame says:

    96 in Denver? eeks!

    but … i imagine the nights are still cool 🙂

    it’s when the low is 85 – in the middle of the night – that it’s rough.

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  91. Larry G says:

    Ame, I wander by once in awhile, just been busy as a one legged man in a butt kicking contest. With all the work that was going on around here I should have had the mailman wear a hard hat,
    Anyway, all that “home improvement” crap is done, my vacation is over on Monday and I have a new sight for my carbine I need to zero in this afternoon. I’m still around

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  92. Ame says:

    glad you are doing well, Horseman! 🙂

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  93. Ame says:

    good to hear from you, Larry 🙂

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  94. That skirt is not lacking in tensile strength either.

    I’m (casually) wondering if this women thinks she looks sexy. 20-something me, already a few beers in would probably think she does, in a cheap, slutty way. Present day me (oh, the horror) thinks she looks like a slob and would be embarrassed to be seen with her in public.

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  95. RichardP says:

    I think that is a really interesting picture. I prefer the face of the gal behind her – and it appears that the guys do also. Bare leg beats tight blouse, hands-down.

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  96. Farm Boy says:

    Men who identify as women are being invited for cervical smear tests even though they don’t have a cervix

    However, women who identify as male are not being offered crucial routine breast screenings or cervical cancer checks

    https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/5341098/men-who-identify-as-women-are-invited-for-cervical-smear-without-a-cervix/

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  97. Farm Boy says:

    Female athletes have filed a legal complaint against a Connecticut policy that allows transgender athletes to compete as their gender of choice.

    https://www.campusreform.org/?ID=13386

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  98. BuenaVista says:

    I can’t comment politely on the tight blouse/big ta-ta’s girl. She seems to offer all the subtle pleasures of Stormy Daniels.

    I once took that kind of woman to the National Symphony at the Kennedy Center, in winter. We arrived at the pre-concert scene. My divorce lawyer was there. I was out-of-my-league with him, he handles Senators etc. but he found me an interesting case so he took it.

    (Anecdote alert: I’d seen Sandy and his wife M. at the symphony many times, and we always had a drink in the lobby with his wife and my date. Once I took my daughter, and we joined him and two of their friends. The wife in the second couple was spitting nuclear-tipped hollow-point nails at me — until Sandy said, laughing, “Sally, cripes, she’s his *daughter*. She’s in *high school.* ” Sally was defending middle-aged womanhood, see.)

    So this time my date, this time, removed her winter coat for me to check in the lobby. She was wearing a kind of fishnet dress that revealed her figure, and her lingerie, and a butt the caliber of a fully inflated basketball. Sandy saw me and just started waving me off, laughing without quarter. So we didn’t introduce the lingerie model in the G-string to Sally.

    I dumped that woman shortly thereafter. I’d taken her to dinner with close friends, and the wife of the close friend was a muckity-muck at Freddie Mac. And my date went into sales mode, exchanging cards at the dinner table at a private home! I looked at my plate until it ended. Drove her home. Behaved immaturely, date later informed me. OK. Like I was going to spend my life with someone who passes out business cards when we meet friends for a home dinner.

    Anyhow the Girl with the Ta-Ta’s is selling. There’s a market for that. She needs a name tag: “For Sale.” Next.

    The story continues with a backstory, but it mostly reveals my naivete.

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  99. BuenaVista says:

    Der Liz on entering the powder room at a company party, and seeing Big Ta-Ta’s in Tight Blouse:

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  100. BuenaVista says:

    I’ve always wanted to post a cat video.

    Box checked.

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  101. @Richard

    I agree about background girl. Though not the best angle for her face, it does look prettier. Also, she appears to be slim going by the leg we can see vs. chunky-drunky who is blocking our view.

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  102. The Papanicolaou test (abbreviated as Pap test, also known as Pap smear[1], cervical smear, cervical screening[2] or smear test) is a method of cervical screening used to detect potentially precancerous and cancerous processes in the cervix (opening of the uterus or womb). …

    A Pap smear is performed by opening the vaginal canal with a speculum and collecting cells at the outer opening of the cervix at the transformation zone (where the outer squamous cervical cells meet the inner glandular endocervical cells).

    So when Franny the Tranny shows up for “her” pap smear, where does the speculum go and what exactly gets swabbed?

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  103. Liz says:

    So when Franny the Tranny shows up for “her” pap smear, where does the speculum go and what exactly gets swabbed?

    Probably depends on how sadistic the physician/nurse practitioner is. 😆

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  104. Ame says:

    oh, gosh, BV! that cat closing the door is SO cute!

    animals are amazing 🙂

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  105. h0neyc0mb says:

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  106. RichardP says:

    Flat affect.

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  107. Farm Boy says:

    I wonder if that explains Brie Larson…

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  108. Farm Boy says:

    The president of a school facing a $25 million judgment for aiding student efforts to label Gibson’s Bakery a racist institution is insinuating on a conference call with alumni that Gibson’s is a racist institution. So no lessons learned at Oberlin I guess.

    https://hotair.com/archives/2019/06/28/judge-reduces-oberlin-damages-25-million/

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  109. Farm Boy says:

    Mr Davies informs his readers at the outset that ‘It seems there is only one voter who matters to British politics right now: a Brexit-obsessed, 50-something white man living in rural southern England.’

    There’s nothing like the injection of ‘white’ into that sentence, is there? In the hope of spreading a little more racial resentment around.

    https://spectator.us/new-york-times-brexit-britain/

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  110. Farm Boy says:

    “My only comment about the debates is: what a sh*tshow. It’s like all of the Democratic candidates are in a competition to see who can alienate the highest percentage of Americans. I’m looking at the whole lineup of window-lickers, commies, and mental midgets on stage and I’m thinking, you know, the Democrats are destroying themselves as a national party. But then I remember they’re being propped up bigly by the entire MSM and also, half of the country voted for Hillary. And speaking of sh*tshows, the latest sexual assault accusation against Donald Trump certainly deserves nothing except being laughed at, but it raise the question: is there even *one* allegation of sexual harassment (or even rape) by Trump that can withstand scrutiny? Or are they all this bad? It has somehow become ‘common knowledge’ and ‘everyone knows’ that Trump is a voracious and serial sexual abuser around whom no woman is safe, but let’s drill down a bit on this: I remember, in the heat of the 2016 campaign season, back around late October, early November, suddenly, ambulance-chasing shyster Gloria Allred shows up in front of the camera with a group of women, all of whom claim that Trump is a big meanie who grabbed her mish. And I thought, yup, here it is, right on schedule, the Democrats’ big ‘November surprise’, the knock-out punch that’s supposed to take Trump out of the race and insure the coronation of Her Thighness. So over the next few days I watched how the story developed and it kind of went… nowhere. It had all of the impact of a wet fart on a foggy morning. Apparently, none of the women’s stories could pass even a rudimentary smell test. The one I remember was one gal who swore up and down that she was on an international flight with Trump and at some point during the flight he reached across the seat and grabbed her mish. And then someone pointed out that the seats in the first-class section of the particular type of airplane they would have been flying in were designed in such a way that Trump could not have reached over and grabbed her mish. Oh, OK. So much for that. You’d think that if any of their stories had any credibility, the MSM would gone full tilt 24/7 with them, but that never happened. The story withered up and Trump wasn’t damaged in the least. It was like they couldn’t lay a glove on him. Hence my question. You can go to lefty sites and find lists of alleged victims, but how many of these have been verified? Any one of them has to be a better witness than E. Jean Carroll. I know Trump isn’t Mike Pence, but seriously, if Trump is such a creepy, gropey mish-grabber, why can’t the MSM come up with *one actual victim* of his unwanted lechery? Where are the credible stories? Who are the credible accusers?”

    http://ace.mu.nu/archives/381991.php

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  111. Farm Boy says:

    Mr. Reilly eventually compiled a database of 346 hate-crime allegations and determined that less than a third were genuine. Turning his attention to the hoaxes, he put together a data set of more than 400 confirmed cases of fake allegations that were reported to authorities between 2010 and 2017. He allows that the exact number of false reports is probably unknowable, but what can be said “with absolute confidence is that the actual number of hate crime hoaxes is indisputably large,” he writes. “We are not speaking here of just a few bad apples.”

    https://www.wsj.com/articles/hate-crime-hoaxes-are-more-common-than-you-think-11561503352

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  112. Farm Boy says:

    Sexton’s ideas about addiction and performance drawn from his experience at Trump rallies leads us to a potentially surprising conclusion. Some of the racist, sexist, and homophobic vitriol spewed at Trump rallies is performative, spewed by men who did not believe it, or at least with that intensity, but were afraid their masculinity would be questioned if they did not pose as an angry, hateful Trump supporter, who doesn’t care about your feelings.

    https://dalrock.wordpress.com/2019/06/28/trump-and-toxic-masculinity/

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  113. Farm Boy says:

    For the Glorious Patriarch

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  114. Ame says:

    Boeing’s 737 Max Software Outsourced to $9-an-Hour Engineers

    Increasingly, the iconic American planemaker and its subcontractors have relied on temporary workers making as little as $9 an hour to develop and test software, often from countries lacking a deep background in aerospace — notably India.

    https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-06-28/boeing-s-737-max-software-outsourced-to-9-an-hour-engineers

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  115. SFC Ton says:

    . I have no doubt at all I could make mincemeat out of my own character just by picking and choosing portions from past posts and eliminating all real context, then adding false context.
    ………

    Fair certian you made that mincemeat when you started hanging out around here 😉

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  116. Farm Boy says:

    SACRAMENTO, CA—Calling the measure a “major breakthrough” for the state’s education system, Governor Gavin Newsom signed into law Friday a bill that mandates field trips to gay bars, strip clubs, and abortion clinics for the state’s second graders.

    “It’s important that our kids receive a comprehensive education,” Newsom said in a ceremony marking the bill’s signing. “For too long, kids in our elementary schools today have not had a fully interactive LGBTQ+ experience. Sure, they can go to their local library and have a drag queen read them a story, or they can dress in drag themselves and go dance at gay bars as we applaud their actions. But it’s not enough.”

    “That all ends today with the signing of the Gay Bar Field Trip Equality Act. Now, we can be assured that our state’s kids will be fully immersed in alternative lifestyle education,” he said proudly.

    Kids will be taken to a local gay bar and given a free beer. They will be free to ask any questions about the LGBT lifestyle, as long as they don’t condemn it. Some lucky students may even be selected to work at the bar. “This isn’t creepy, trust me,” Newsom said.

    Governor Newsom continued to assure parents, however, that California public schools are unbiased institutions and that the kids are not being brainwashed to accept the LGBT agenda.

    https://babylonbee.com/news/california-public-schools-mandate-field-trips-to-gay-bars-for-second-graders

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  117. Farm Boy says:

    This week’s big news is Israel Folau, and what a week it has been for this stern Christian man who finds himself in a pit of lions and beached whales. First his Gofundme raises untold millions, then SJWs petition for it to be cancelled because he is a bad thinker and they comply, then the Australian Christian Lobby says, stuff this for a joke, cobber, we’re gonna step in and raise some bucks for our boy, which now stands at over $2 million which is a lot more than the original campaign.

    Which tells us that people are beginning to get really pissed off.

    https://pushingrubberdownhill.com/2019/06/28/friday-hawt-chicks-links-the-persecute-a-christian-edition/

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  118. Farm Boy says:

    U.S. Women’s Soccer Members Tell Fans’ Employers: You’re ‘Living Under A Rock’ If You Don’t Know Our Game Is Important

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/48981/us-womens-soccer-members-tell-employers-youre-hank-berrien

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  119. BuenaVista says:

    The USA women’s national team (gold medalist, Olympics at the time) lost to a pickup squad of Dallas 15 year-old high school boys who didn’t even know each other, and you can look it up.

    That’s how important women’s soccer is.

    Next, let’s do the WNBA. Could a WNBA all-star team beat an Iowa City JV boys team? (That would be sophomores who can’t make varsity yet.) Hahahaha.

    Women have many virtues. Playing sports at a 15 year-old male level is not one of them.

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  120. Ame says:

    i got tired of google having something up about the women’s soccer team – i don’t even follow women’s sports. switched my browser. happier me.

    and … i like the rock i’m living under, thank you very much! 🙂 🙂 🙂

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  121. SFC Ton says:

    Soccer is epically unimportant. What type of gay sport doesn’t let you use your hands and rewards you for acting injured? Lady soccer’s unimportantce is beyond measure

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  122. Is that actually Brie Larson? I’d totally believe you if you said yes.

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