How Much Power?

Deti wrote,

To boys and men: If you give me what I want, I might have sex with you. It’s a definite that if you do not give me what I want, I will not have sex with you. (This works with bottom 80% men).

So, how much power does this give the modern woman?  Probably, an awful lot.  Young (and older men) are compelled to interact/get in good with/try to have sex with women.  This makes for a lot of potential marks to be had.

What is the best way to exploit these marks?  What can be obtained from them?  The list is long: validation, excitement, tingles, sex (only when she has tingles, which few men provide), food, sympathy, garden variety attention, rides, housing, car repairs, gifts, jewelry, etc.  Probably most of these will come from the 80% who don’t generate tingles, as they implicitly understand that they have to try harder.

How is it done?  The secret is plausible deniability.  Sex is always maybe sorta / kinda implied, but never ever explicitly stated (at least for the 80%).  The thought is coyly dangled out there, but never delivered.  This can’t work with a fella for a while, until he decides to move on (though some never move on).  Then another mark (or set of marks) is found.

Do women really think about what they are doing?  Do they really plan it out?  Perhaps some do.  But probably for most it is like a fish swimming in water, they do not realize the environment that they are in.

Exit question: Who thought that it would be a good idea to give this kind of power to young  women?

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85 comments on “How Much Power?
  1. RichardP says:


    It is not good that man is alone.

    That creates the leverage right there.

    Liked by 5 people

  2. Farm Boy says:

    Oddly, women that started out as men don’t have that leverage. Some people are confused that they don’t get asked out on dates. So weird

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Cheque d'Out says:

    The Moggster going the extra 1.6km mile to uphold standards

    Liked by 3 people

  4. Cheque d'Out says:

    That rubber buckshot patterns so badly that someone could lose an eye from a stray
    #HealthAndSafety people


  5. Cheque d'Out says:

    Causing remoaniac tears

    The United Kingdom is the 7th biggest trade partner with the US

    We export $56.2 billion

    We import $53 billion

    $109.2 billion total trade

    Net deficit about $3 billion….or practically neutral

    Trump claims that we could be doing three times as much trade together post a WTO Brexit

    So if my Math is right that is an increase of $100 -$150 billion in exports to the US

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  6. BuenaVista says:

    1. Women today just want 3-4 things. Learn what they are, embody them, signal them, and if your deal is casual sex with women who are telling themselves, “he might be the one!”, it’s boom-boom time.

    I note, however, that the literature of cads is a literature of boredom.

    2. A good way to understand what women want, and generally require: Take some time off work. During the week, when previously you were working from dark until dark, watch what these women do and where they go. Then read their social media that details their higher, evolved purpose in a fallen world and let’s have lunch tomorrow to discuss! This was revelatory to me. Even dumpy middle class women are deadset on being “ladies who lunch.”

    3. Many such women are, actually, romantic and thoughtful people. And they are terrified of being some mare drafthorse working from dark until dark (man’s job only, hee-hee). Moreover, given the abuse and patriarchal suppression they have suffered all their lives, by golly, some man is going to make amends. The 80% of men sign up immediately. Then their wives hate them and for the rest, re-read The Deti.

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  7. Liz says:

    My brother and his wife are (unfortunately) liberals. His wife is a New York jew (still trying to get that Ton sighting). The woman talks. A lot. A lot a lot.
    Anyway, it was weird to see a liberal version of Dad, who was very politically conservative. Strange because they were so similar in every other way…except when we talked politics (which was a one-sided conversation, as the hostess I don’t talk politics with guests).
    The sign holders above reminded me. I don’t think he’s ever mentioned race before but now he talks about racism quite a lot. Liberals seem to have become obsessed with race.

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  8. Farm Boy says:

    They have become obsessed with race because they can’t win arguments any other way but by short circuiting the conversation with “racist”

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  9. Farm Boy says:

    It was a revolution largely run by sociopaths. One, Robespierre, the “messianic schoolmaster,” saw it as an opportunity for the moral instruction of the nation. Everything would be politicized, no part of the citizen’s life left untouched. As man was governed by an “empire of images,” in the words of a Jacobin intellectual, the new régime would provide new images to shape new thoughts. There would be pageants, and new names for things. They would change time itself! The first year of the new Republic was no longer 1792, it was Year One. To detach farmers from their superstitions, their Gregorian calendar and its saints’ days, they would rename the months. The first month would be in the fall, named for the harvest. There would be no more weeks, just three 10-day periods each month.

    So here is our parallel, our hiccup. I thought of all this this week because I’ve been thinking about the language and behavioral directives that have been coming at us from the social and sexual justice warriors who are renaming things and attempting to control the language in America.

    There is the latest speech guide from the academy, the Inclusive Communications Task Force at Colorado State University. Don’t call people “American,” it directs: “This erases other cultures.” Don’t say a person is mad or a lunatic, call him “surprising/wild” or “sad.” “Eskimo,” “freshman” and “illegal alien” are out. “You guys” should be replaced by “all/folks.” Don’t say “male” or “female”; say “man,” “woman” or “gender non-binary.”

    In one way it’s the nonsense we’ve all grown used to, but it should be said that there’s an aspect of self-infatuation, of arrogance, in telling people they must reorder the common language to suit your ideological preferences. There is something mad in thinking you should control the names of things. Or perhaps I mean surprising/wild.

    I see in it a spirit similar to that of the Terror. There is a tone of, “I am your moral teacher. Because you are incapable of sensitivity, I will help you, dumb farmer. I will start with the language you speak.”

    An odd thing is they always insist they’re doing this in the name of kindness and large-spiritedness. And yet, have you ever met them? They’re not individually kind or large-spirited. They’re more like messianic schoolmasters.


  10. Farm Boy says:

    Stealing elaborate beer glasses has become an increasingly popular trend among patrons of Belgian beer bars, so much so that in recent years owners of such establishments have started implementing all sorts of safety measures. For example, one bar in Ghent asks visitors to hand over one of their shoes as collateral.


  11. Farm Boy says:

    The Democratic National Committee has sued the sovereign country of Iran over the right to use “Death to America” as their 2020 Presidential campaign slogan.

    The lawsuit, which includes the right to use “America is the great Satan (even though we don’t believe in God)” as well, will be the first lawsuit to capitulate at the outset and just give the world’s #1 state sponsor of terror a flat fee of $4 billion in cash.

    “We believe that we have the right to use this slogan in our materials as we Democrats have been trying to kill America much longer than Iran has,” DNC Chair Franz Finklebottom said.

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  12. Farm Boy says:

    Perhaps the EU should do something about it. Like negotiate in good faith


  13. BuenaVista says:

    On Rees-Mogg’s excellent cheat sheet:

    Hooray for noting that Barclays IS a fucking bank, not ARE.

    Hooray for two spaces after a period. (AP Style until the millenials infested it.)

    Minor disappointment he hasn’t proscribed “At the end of the day … ”

    You are so lucky to listen to him and Boris daily. I almost had to delay social hour the other evening, listening to Boris at Question Time, when he downshifted, redlined and went full auto and those sentences were pouring out like water over Niagra Falls. If I’d been there I think I could have managed, “Umm. Uh. Okay boss.”

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  14. Farm Boy says:

    Women today just want 3-4 things.

    So what do they want?


  15. BuenaVista says:

    I have been swimming in the Oberlin stew (the image is actually of a hog barn containment pond) this week, instructing on how the world works, and have been called vile, racist, xenophobic, sexist, dangerous, mean, scary … if I continue I’ll start in with Mr. Jim Beam a few hours before plan.

    Thanks to this blog I just channel The Ton and say things to the effect of “… I know! Isn’t it fucking great!” and emphasize whatever absurdity is on the table. Interestingly, more and more people stop lurking. One professor (!), my friend Duff, emerged, and said, “BV is just describing reality. What have you got?”

    Godspeed, Ton. I’m a better, and happier, man, because of you.


    I also admire The Liz for her posture of No Politics at the Dinner Table.

    I usually work in the morning at a table in a quiet state park, and for the last month the ex-gf has been walking her dog there. (She’s a lady who lunches.) (Admittedly, it is her secret place and she introduced me to it.) But no interactions other than long looks at 100 meters which I do not initiate. Until Thursday when she plopped down across from me. First face-to-face conversation since last year.

    Asks me about this and that, I’m not talking much. This troubles her and she says (only for the 500th time I heard this in my life from every woman always) “Are you at me?” “No.” “Well, what?” “I think I confided and confessed to you far too much.” So and little crying and stuff and she seques into politics and asks me about Trump or some shit, and I just said, “C., if I’m going to talk to you once a year, it’s not going to be about politics.”

    My broad observation is that people find it weird that I’ll talk sola scriptura before I talk politics. Throws them off balance. So I’d like to hear what Liz’ sister-in-law says privately about Liz, being thwarted in her efforts to spew political invective all over the mashed potatoes. And it doesn’t sound like SIL is really prepared to talk Catholic v. Reformed Christianity.


    In re: FB’s Peggy Noonan quote:

    I actually loathe PN as example A in why I am not a Republican. She’s talking at length and oh so deeply about Ropespierre and how personal language and lives are corrupted by political mad dogs. I thought she was going to orgasm on national TV when she reported on Obama’s inauguration.

    “The Personal is Political” is a feminist premise that people like Noonan embrace and have promoted for 30 years. Hillary Clinton is its avatar, in my opinion. If PN had integrity she wouldn’t use Ropespierre as an example, but Hillary. But she has dinner with Hillary, and Hillary friends, so … NO WAY, PEOPLE.

    There’s an anglo saxonism for what I think of PN, but I’ve already used up my quota of one for the day.


    Speaking of mashed potatoes, and I was, can The Liz make a good beef gravy from scratch when the relatives visit? (Insert cliche about Jewish women trying to cook, here.) I say, “Yes, you moron.”


    Speaking of Anglo Saxon language, there was a clip of Boris explaining Churchill’s rhetorical brilliance (which is to say, I suspect, Boris’ objective). I think CdO linked to it, but perhaps not.

    Anyhow, he noted how, when Churchill had wound up and was about to launch a line no one will ever forget, he disdained the frou-frou Norman words and went straight Anglo Saxon. Fascinating colloquy. Example, and I misquote, Churchill:

    “Never (nev-uh) have so many owed so much to so few.”

    (“Beat” is drama talk for pause.)

    (I read Old and Middle English in college. Now I just remember the dirty parts.)

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  16. BuenaVista says:

    uggh. “Are you MAD at me?”

    Men: how many times in your life has a woman said, “Are you mad at me?” Let me guess. It’s when you’re looking at her and you’re not saying anything.

    Apropos the OP, it’s when they sense a loss of power or control. (See, I comment on the main topics!)


    Seriously, this platform doesn’t support editing?

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  17. BuenaVista says:

    FB, 7:18.

    I think they want 3-4 things as outlined in the manosphere, or Jane Austen. (Gee, why has Jane Austen endured???)

    1.To be desired, which is romance novel-speak for that plus serious boom-boom, by a man they consider just slightly out of their league. [hypergamy]

    2. To be envied by the social milieu (female cohort, community envy and approval in mate selection). [Haha bitches I won and you didn’t!]

    3. To be secure (duh, money; protected physically; feel safe). [hypergamy]

    4. To be interested (intrigued, challenged, impressed) in what a man does or will do. [hypergamy]

    About zero percent of this, other than, perhaps, the sexual desirability part, is NOT PERMITTED by feminism.

    I don’t care what the women say about this, because i don’t listen to what women say they want. I know that if I put those features or promises in an online profile, I’ll have to delist it in a week because I won’t keep everyone straight.

    TLDR: Jeez. Women just want Cill!

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  18. BuenaVista says:

    WordPress stripped out my notations:


    “Nev-uh (beat) have so many (beat) owed so much (beat) to so few.”

    No Frenchy words anywhere, there. He was discussing the carnage that was the English boys fighting in their Spitfires, Battle of Britain.


  19. Farm Boy says:

    “Agre and amplify”. It can be really effective.

    So can “zero fucks given”.

    Deploy at the right time and watch heads explode. Why do they explode? Because they have nothing. The peer pressure bullying isn’t working and they realize that there is no effective response

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  20. Farm Boy says:

    I thought she was going to orgasm on national TV when she reported on Obama’s inauguration.

    Yes, I noticed that. That made me put her in the “ sometimes interesting to read bin”.


  21. Farm Boy says:

    No Frenchy words anywhere

    From time to time I have suggested to the Glorious Patriarch how he might strike a blow against the Norman invaders. But he seems uninterested. Perhaps the “Glorious” part is a tip-off

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  22. Cheque d'Out says:

    “No Frenchy words anywhere, there. He was discussing the carnage that was the English boys fighting in their Spitfires, Battle of Britain.”

    I can’t let that over generous comment pass…we had help

    1822 RAF & other Commonwealth, 339 KIA
    59 Fleet Air Arm, 9 KIA
    21 Aussies,14 KIA
    73 Kiwis, 11 KIA
    88 Canadian, 20 KIA
    21 South African, 9 KIA
    8 Irish
    7 American, 1 KIA
    141 Polish, 29 KIA
    86 Czech, 8 KIA
    26 Belgian, 6 KIA
    13 Free French
    1 Israeli

    Great film ‘Battle of Britain’

    The numbers start at 1:40ish

    While I’m not a historian, the impression I get is that loss of pilots was the bigger problem than loss of planes.

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  23. Cheque d'Out says:

    And speaking of the Poles, here’s the comedy bit of that film

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  24. Farm Boy says:

    “The parallels between Johnson and President Donald John Trump are many because the situation is the same on both sides of the pond. The establishment failed us with their globalist nonsense in which we are to surrender our sovereignty to some international cabal of bureaucrats who never consider the consequences of their daft decisions. Jefferson wrote of the consent of the governed. The governed no longer consent to the globalist erasure of their national identity.”

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  25. Farm Boy says:

    In what commentators in London are calling the “summer’s day massacre”, a total of 17 of Mrs May’s senior cabinet ministers have either been sacked or offered their resignations. These include Jeremy Hunt, whose last act as Foreign Secretary was to reject Washington’s offer to protect shipping in the Gulf and instead came up with the preposterous notion of establishing a “European Maritime Mission” to do the job instead. As France and Britain are the only European countries with navies capable of undertaking such a task, the notion was dead in the water before it even started

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  26. Farm Boy says:

    The globalist types want your either “working for their goal” (think of the horse from animal farm) or dead. They might say otherwise, but it is all a lie.

    Liked by 1 person

  27. Farm Boy says:

    ATLANTA, GA – According to a report from the Centers for Disease Control released on Thursday, people with inside, compromising knowledge of Bill and Hillary Clinton’s financial and political dealings are 843% more likely to commit suicide.

    “We’ve never seen a single risk factor cause a spike of this magnitude,” a CDC spokesperson told reporters.
    “Interestingly, in spite of their increased suicide risk, people with dirt on the Clintons rarely show any warning signs of suicide, and they never leave a suicide note.”


  28. Cheque d'Out says:

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  29. Farm Boy says:

    Gratuitous images

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  30. horsemanbombadil says:

    Royal Dalton personified.


  31. Farm Boy says:

    Dad, who was very politically conservative. Strange because they were so similar in every other way…except when we talked politics (which was a one-sided conversation, as the hostess I don’t talk politics with guests).

    So if you go to their place, will you be allowed to talk politics while they shut up?

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  32. BuenaVista says:

    If the SAS and/or Royal Marines aren’t standing on that tanker within a couple of weeks, well, Boris is a bloviator.

    Remember the Mayaguez, where the OGA completely hosed too many men.


  33. BuenaVista says:

    Obviously CdO’s Battle of Britain closing credits correct my Churchill quote.

    Question: do Brits respect the picture (“B of B”) as a reasonable, popular summary of the history?


  34. Larry G says:

    on the list of foreign pilots who flew during the BoB, there is 1 Israeli pilot? On May 14, 1948, David Ben-Gurion, the head of the Jewish Agency, proclaimed the establishment of the State of Israel.

    so, a time traveling jew who fought for the Brits?


  35. Larry G says:

    Israeli Border Collie..

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  36. Ame says:

    BV – Godspeed, Ton. I’m a better, and happier, man, because of you.

    BV – have you heard from Ton? do i remember that you knew him irl?


  37. Ame says:

    TLDR: Jeez. Women just want Cill!


    BV – you nailed it with your list … but that was funnee!


  38. Adam says:

    21 Aussies,14 KIA

    You know it. We go in hard.

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  39. Farm Boy says:

    The regional council of Friuli Venezia Giulia, an autonomous region in northeastern Italy, approved a motion calling on the national government to prohibit so-called puberty-blocking drugs used in so-called reassignment treatment for gender-confused children.

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  40. Cheque d'Out says:

    “Question: do Brits respect the picture (“B of B”) as a reasonable, popular summary of the history?”

    Oh my generation? Yes, I think so. If you watch the film (made in ’69) it isn’t anything like a superhero movie. It’s obvious who the good guys are but it’s not jingoistic*. It portrays brave men (and a few women) in desperate straits and their narrow victory.

    It really is a good film. Lots of stars.

    The film is generally faithful to events and although merging some characters, it sticks to the orthodox view – that the Germans threw away strategic advantage by switching bombing from RAF airfields to London in revenge for RAF raids on Berlin.

    Some later scholarship has cast doubt on one or another aspect of the orthodox view, arguing either: (a) that the switch to bombing London was made not for reasons of revenge but because the Germans thought they had already defeated RAF Fighter Command or (b) that accelerated British aircraft production meant that the prospect of a German victory was never likely (this view seems doubtful, in part because the issue was the number of pilots).[25]

    (* just in case the word hasn’t spread from the UK; Jingoistic behaviour shows a strong and unreasonable belief in the superiority of your own country.)

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  41. Cheque d'Out says:

    From that same wiki link

    One anomalous entry in the list of pilots who served with the RAF is a Palestinian pilot described by the credits as Israeli although the state of Israel was only created in 1948. This referred to George Goodman, an ace born in Haifa while Palestine was under British administration, who was killed in action in 1941.


  42. Liz says:

    Friuli Venezia Giulia
    Hey that’s the region my family is from!

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  43. Cheque d'Out says:

    Didn’t know that that was a Churchill quote. But I’d have felt like a bit of a bastard for not giving the correct facts. Those others helped us in the front lines in desperate times, others died in the North Atlantic getting us supplies from the US and Canada. iirc one of the contributing factors in the Spitfire’s close run race for fighter supremacy was US hi-test gasoline.

    I don’t know if they’d ever have managed an invasion but I’m glad we never had to find out.


  44. Farm Boy says:

    the facts speak far louder than words! The Democrats always play the Race Card, when in fact they have done so little for our Nation’s great African American people. Now, lowest unemployment in U.S. history, and only getting better. Elijah Cummings has failed badly!

    — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 28, 2019

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  45. Farm Boy says:

    A private liberal arts college in Vermont is offering courses such as “American Misogyny” and “Decolonizing Zombies” during the fall 2019 semester.

    “American Misogyny” seeks to “explore the place of misogyny in U.S. media and politics,” the course description states. Students will learn about topics such as “the backlash against second-wave feminism, the rise of “post-feminism,” and the impact of reality TV and social media on feminist and antifeminist expression.”


  46. b g says:


    “why i love marrying young…”

    Good advice, Kid ;-D

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  47. Liz says:

    So if you go to their place, will you be allowed to talk politics while they shut up?

    heh, I doubt it…but I wouldn’t discuss politics anyway.
    To tell you the truth, it has been a long time since I’ve felt quite so attractive. I got more and more attractive as the heavy New York accent droned on and on.
    Each night Mike would thank me, and tell me what a pleasing personality I had.

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  48. Liz says:

    We watched The Shining their last night here. The plan had been to go to Estes and see the hotel but we never got down there. Thought we’d watch the movie though. Last night Mike stayed at an old hotel in Louisville that reminded him of the movie. It even had an old ballroom picture on the wall like something right out of the Shining. He sent me a photo of the hall and wrote, “I really really don’t want a kid to come around the corner on a big wheel” 😆
    The guy he is flying with stayed in the original hotel in Estes (from the movie). He said it was so creepy he had to move to the newer wing that was added more recently.

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  49. Farm Boy says:

    “The future is female.” It’s a favorite slogan of the identity left that has now gone mainstream. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand tweeted it on Wednesday, adding that the future is also “intersectional” and “powered by our belief in one another.”

    But if the future is female, what happens to our boys? And what message are we sending our present-day girls?

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  50. Ame says:

    Liz … beautiful and sexy on the outside … pleasing personality and beautiful and wise on the inside … all girls be like Liz 🙂

    [All cats look the same to me they do]

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  51. Farm Boy says:

    The issue and the narrative Trump is pushing out there is that all-blue cities are hellholes and they’ve been made hellholes because Democrats did it.

    This is political brutality cubed, a sign that Trump is a going to beformidable candidate to Democrats seeking to unhorse him

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  52. Liz says:

    Heh, thanks Ame…
    I wasn’t actually fishing for compliments.
    It was (candidly) easy to come out on high end there. Didn’t require anything spectacular.

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  53. Liz says:

    Have I ever mentioned how much I dislike Gillibrand?
    I wouldn’t say she’s the dumbest person on the planet,
    …but she’d better hope that person doesn’t die.

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  54. Ame says:

    I wasn’t actually fishing for compliments.
    It was (candidly) easy to come out on high end there. Didn’t require anything spectacular.

    i know you weren’t 🙂

    the thing is … it really is so much easier to ‘come out on the high end’ by simply being pleasant and smiling and kind and attentive … and keeping our mouths shut when appropriate.

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  55. Ame says:

    though we can choose how we take care of our bodies, we can’t choose our physical body type or hair or facial features, but a physically unattractive woman can make herself beautiful simply by acting beautiful. she might not be attractive to the masses of men, but she will be attractive to enough to have a good chance with a good man.

    a hot, sexy body with an ugly heart is poison, and no one wants to be poisoned.

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  56. Cheque d'Out says:

    There’s a guy who drops stories of heroic actions on another blog. I don’t copy them here as a rule, but bloody hell! This one…

    Captain John Niel Randle VC (22nd December 1917 – 6th May 1944), B Company, 2nd Battalion, Royal Norfolk Regiment.

    On the 4th May, 1944, at Kohima in Assam, a Battalion of the Royal Norfolk Regiment attacked the Japanese positions on a nearby ridge. Captain Randle took over command of the Company which was leading the attack when the Company Commander was severely wounded. His handling of a difficult situation in the face of heavy fire was masterly and although wounded himself in the knee by grenade splinters he continued to inspire his men by his initiative, courage and outstanding leadership until the Company had captured its objective and consolidated its position. He then went forward and brought in all the wounded men who were lying outside the perimeter. In spite of his painful wound Captain Randle refused to be evacuated and insisted on carrying out a personal reconnaissance with great daring in bright moonlight prior to a further attack by his Company on the position to which the enemy had withdrawn. At dawn on 6th May the attack opened, led by Captain Randle, and one of the platoons succeeded in reaching the crest of the hill held by the Japanese. Another platoon, however, ran into heavy medium machine gun fire from a bunker on the reverse slope of the feature.
    Captain Randle immediately appreciated that this particular bunker covered not only the rear of his new position but also the line of communication of the battalion and therefore the destruction of the enemy post was imperative if the operation was to succeed. With utter disregard of the obvious danger to himself Captain Randle charged the Japanese machine gun post single-handed with rifle and bayonet. Although bleeding in the face and mortally wounded by numerous bursts of machine gun fire he reached the bunker and silenced the gun with a grenade thrown through the bunker slit. He then flung his body across the slit so that the aperture should be completely sealed. The bravery shown by this officer could not have been surpassed and by his self-sacrifice he saved the lives of many of his men and enabled not only his own Company but the whole Battalion to gain its objective and win a decisive victory over the enemy.

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  57. b g says:

    “the thing is … it really is so much easier to ‘come out on the high end’ by simply being pleasant and smiling and kind and attentive … and keeping our mouths shut when appropriate.”

    LOL, you mean just being instinctively feminine ;-D

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  58. Farm Boy says:

    Boris Johnson is preparing a No Deal information blitz to make sure Britain is ready to leave the EU – with or without an agreement – on October 31.

    The new Prime Minister is planning to show Brussels he is serious about taking Britain out of the bloc without a deal by ramping up preparations.

    The information push will see an everything-you-need-to-know leaflet sent to 27 million households and the broadcast of TV ads as part of a campaign which is expected to cost £10 million


  59. Farm Boy says:

    ‘Speaking of failing badly, has anyone seen what is happening to Nancy Pelosi’s district in San Francisco. It is not even recognizable lately,’ he tweeted


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