What Is The Reason?

BV wrote,

The intellectual foundation (if I may so call it, without someone throwing an empty Bud bottle at me and saying “You’re buying everyone in the place shooters, bozo”) of Feminism 2.0 – Present is controlled by a lesbian mafia. As mentioned before, e.g., the “Affirmative Consent” initiative, that the American Bar Assn. “working group” is trying to jam into the American legal system, is the result of 40 years of patient bricklaying by two vicious lesbians (and their acolytes) with sinecures in academia, Mackinnon and Dworkin. (Dworkin died prematurely of acute morbid obesity.) The admirable thing about Leftist totalitarians is that they are perfectly comfortable spending two generations patiently infiltrating, proselytizing, and then dropping the hammer with their Marxist “This is how it’s gonna be, you kulaks, and the People are with us!”

But it doesn’t make them happy, does it? The highest incidence of domestic violence occurs with dykes.

So, how to distract (second obligatory attempt to honor the OP) the Elect from their miserable, violent, hateful lifestyles?

Ah yes. It’s a man’s fault. Daddy, ex-, the President, Joe who had the temerity to touch someone’s arm and say, “Hey, wanna have coffee sometime?” (ASSAULT!), Bob who said “I think we should see other people. I want to go out with someone who wants to sleep with me and you don’t want to.” (This is a violation of Title IX at the U. of Michigan.)


1. Feminism has devolved to a spoils contest, and women want the spoils. By and large, they’ve won. That’s now the law.

2. Equity feminism is just a sneaky move by the patriarchy to force women to own their own behavior and outcomes. It’s misogynist to apply the rules governing male lives to women, because males need to be taught how to be service animals for females.

3. Women are still unhappy, children are unhappy, family integrity is a bad joke. Men kill themselves in much greater numbers. The lezzies LOVE this, they’re telling jokes about it, and they are writing the rules. But no one’s happy except deranged rug-munchers.

4. This miserable situation must have a tyrannical basis in biology, because otherwise women are going to have to deal with something Grandma used to say: “You wrote the rules, you made your bed, now lie in it.” NO NO NO. Grandma was a gaslighted tool of the patriarchy!

5. So projection must occur. Whatever afflicts a woman must find its source in male standards and practices. Where projection is implausible, generating ridicule and laughter, constructive social pathologies (e.g., toxic masculinity) must achieve the status of truisms, as in “rain is wet.”

6. Presto: projection is distraction.

So what were the goals of Dworkin, MacKinnon, etc?   Of course, there were the stated goals; but with every lefty enterprise, the stated goals are not the real goals.

Here are some ideas.  Perhaps they were unhappy people who wanted everybody to be unhappy.  Maybe they hated kids and wanted to mess up the lives of untold numbers.  Perhaps they saw this a their path to fame and power because they just did not have anything else.  Perhaps they were agents of Satan.  I am sure that you can add ideas to this.

But then there is the question as to why people followed them.  Perhaps some had the same problem(s) as speculated above.  Maybe some were i not the thrill of being different and avant-garde.   Some just might have been deficient in critical thinking skills.

Things no doubt have not worked out well for the followers, especially compared to the leaders.  This seems to happen often in lefty endeavors.

Base your life on stupid notions, reap the results.

Posted in FarmBoy, Feminism, Lies, Trainwreck
92 comments on “What Is The Reason?
  1. BuenaVista says:

    I don’t think anyone is going to respond to the OP. I was clearly impaired. For some reason I can recall typing skills and sentence structure, in that condition.

    Go Packers.

    BV Out!


  2. Ame says:

    “is the result of 40 years of patient bricklaying by two vicious lesbians (and their acolytes) with sinecures in academia, Mackinnon and Dworkin. (Dworkin died prematurely of acute morbid obesity.) . . .

    But it doesn’t make them happy, does it? The highest incidence of domestic violence occurs with dykes.”

    this that BV wrote … coupled with this that FarmBoy wrote: “Perhaps they were agents of Satan.”

    reminded me of this:

    For the wrath of God is revealed from heaven against all ungodliness and unrighteousness of men, who suppress the truth in unrighteousness, because what may be known of God is manifest in them, for God has shown it to them. For since the creation of the world His invisible attributes are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even His eternal power and Godhead, so that they are without excuse, because, although they knew God, they did not glorify Him as God, nor were thankful, but became futile in their thoughts, and their foolish hearts were darkened. Professing to be wise, they became fools, and changed the glory of the incorruptible God into an image made like corruptible man—and birds and four-footed animals and creeping things.

    Therefore God also gave them up to uncleanness, in the lusts of their hearts, to dishonor their bodies among themselves, who exchanged the truth of God for the lie, and worshiped and served the creature rather than the Creator, who is blessed forever. Amen.

    For this reason God gave them up to vile passions. For even their women exchanged the natural use for what is against nature. Likewise also the men, leaving the natural use of the woman, burned in their lust for one another, men with men committing what is shameful, and receiving in themselves the penalty of their error which was due.

    And even as they did not like to retain God in their knowledge, God gave them over to a debased mind, to do those things which are not fitting; being filled with all unrighteousness, sexual immorality, wickedness, covetousness, maliciousness; full of envy, murder, strife, deceit, evil-mindedness; they are whisperers, backbiters, haters of God, violent, proud, boasters, inventors of evil things, disobedient to parents, undiscerning, untrustworthy, unloving, unforgiving, unmerciful; who, knowing the righteous judgment of God, that those who practice such things are deserving of death, not only do the same but also approve of those who practice them.
    Romans 1:18-32

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  3. b g says:

    Hmmm, I am old enough to have actually seen what happened. Most of the leaders were tired and tiresome Marxist-Leninists, most of the acolytes, well, ” just might have been deficient in critical thinking skills.”

    It took men more than 10,000 years to slowly painfully develop Western Civilization; it took mindlessly envious bimbos less than 60 years to wreak utter chaos ;-D

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  4. b g says:

    Hi Kid, my wife would largely agree with you except for my many decades of questioning. Most of our behavior predates the Old Testament, and probably predates our species. What we have seen in a few generations is female betrayal of the ancient dance that allowed the existence of our existence.

    On what I called a harsh movie, have you read it, because it is overall a positive. And on a truly happy point, the Sweetie and her girl friends showed up to eat the peaches. Most of her friends had never enjoyed an afternoon warmed peach, it was a bit sticky ;-D

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  5. Cheque d'Out says:

    An alleged trained journalist (kay) at work

    And who is this genius? You ought to be asking, if only to humour me. Well here’s one of her comedy moments from yesterday (she’s the one on the right)

    A happy ending


  6. Cheque d'Out says:

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  7. BuenaVista says:

    Even an outlier like me was astonished to read Stacy McCain’s deconstruction of MacKinnon/Dvorkin, and the toxic lesbianism of the organized feminist project. My original reaction was that McCain is deranged. I too was gaslighted.

    There’s simply a quiet consensus that we don’t discuss such matters in polite society. To do so is to be red-flagged, ostracized, ruined. The same conditions apply to anyone who labels the climate shriekers as Marxists in drag. Or ridicules Gillette’s pro-tranny ad campaign, or questions Walmart’s decision this week to shadow ban weapons and ammo. Social scoring is a very big problem, as I think most people value conformity above almost any human instinct (including the sexual).

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  8. @CdO

    Is Parliament really trying to pass a law re: Brexit that says that “voting doesn’t count”?

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  9. Cheque d'Out says:

    Not a law, more a reality

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  10. Cheque d'Out says:


  11. Cheque d'Out says:

    [A very low opinion of Ms. May he has]

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  12. Liz says:

    Mike just finished a book that has (not 100 percent, but about 90 percent) talked him out of going to law school. I downloaded it to Kindle. He said it’s a really good read, and some portions will make me laugh out loud (and it’s fast…he read the thing in 2 hours) so I thought I’d share. It’s written by a law professor at a University in Colorado.


  13. Cheque d'Out says:

    Political Pig is a very recent (to me at least) UK sound alike of Q.
    Make of this what you will

    Political Pig … “The letter has been sent … Game over remainers”.
    Boris …
    1. I will do nothing illegal …
    2. I will Follow the law …
    3. I would rather be dead in a ditch than ask for an extension …
    4. I will get us out on or BEFORE Oct 31st …
    Boris is at Balmoral …
    All necessary legislation is already has been passed by HoC to get us out with or without a so-called deal …
    Just requires Royal Prerogative …
    Cummings is a close adherent of Sun Tzu …
    “If your enemy is secure at all points, be prepared for him. If he is in superior strength, evade him. If your opponent is temperamental, seek to irritate him. Pretend to be weak, that he may grow arrogant. If he is taking his ease, give him no rest. If his forces are united, separate them. If sovereign and subject are in accord, put division between them. Attack him where he is unprepared, appear where you are not expected .”
    ― Sun Tzu, The Art of War


  14. Cheque d'Out says:

    Boris is at Balmoral (Queeny’s residence at this time of year) as said above


  15. Cheque d'Out says:

    I was on a student exchange in Germany at the time

    Is there a better way to date a memory than music?

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  16. Cheque d'Out says:


    Is this why the MSM are talking as if remain has won…but in rather desperate tones. And are still desperate to tear Boris down.


  17. horsemanbombadil says:

    Cappy nails why coupling is done. Lack of acceptable attractiveness.

    Look at every woman at the mall tomorrow. You have to pick from only them. Would you bother?

    Someone coined the phrase ofc one fuckable chick.
    Seriously I have not seen a chick I would even give a mercy fuck to let alone get a boner over in at least a month. And not just my age, any age. Even the new college crowd are heffers or blue hairs or tatted up. Ugh.


    I dont think I have seen even a 7 in a year in real life.

    P.s. just mean seen on the street let alone then having to add in her personality.


  18. Farm Boy says:

    Robert Anthony Camou, 27, of Monrovia, is accused of killing 31-year-old Amanda Custer while out on bail for a pending domestic violence case, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office announced Wednesday. Camou had previously strangled Custer and threatened her with a Taser in April, according to prosecutors, and her body has not been found since she disappeared around July 29.

    The next day, Camou showed up at an open mic session at a bar in downtown Los Angeles and rapped about killing and burying a woman, Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Lt. Scott Hoglund said.

    “Right here I’m the gangster in this house,” the man says in the video, which was obtained by KTLA. He then adds “I killed my b—- and buried that b—- in the f—— dirt.”



  19. Cheque d'Out says:

    The toreez and Nigel re election pact


  20. Cheque d'Out says:

    Dominic Cummings. Picture alleged to have been taken on his way to work this morning.

    Looking pretty relaxed, I reckon.


  21. RichardP says:

    Cd’O – saw your motorbike picture of Jeremy Corbin at about the same time as the chorus kicked in on the song linked here. Motorinnn … Using some artistic license, the lyrics could probably be applied to the current situation in UK. Written by their drummer about his younger sister.

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  22. RichardP says:

    I’ve linked to this song in the recent past, but the title seems to fit the current situation in the UK. The Alan Parsons Project. Singer is lead singer from the Hollies – Allan Clarke.

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  23. BuenaVista says:

    The Farage talk at 2:18 p.m. was very helpful and informative, thanks. Also, he looks great, tanned.

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  24. BuenaVista says:

    The 737 Max update was notable (to me) as it confirmed that if you fly on a shithole airline from a shithole country your FO might have 30 hours of stick time. Just FYI: a private pilot certificate (to fly a Cessna 150) to the next county to buy a hamburger is going to consume more than 30 hours.

    Also the professional in the video is standing in front of a Stinson tailwheel airplane, which most airline pilots can’t land and have never tried to land.

    But anyway, there’s a reason why the five or six reported anomalies in 60,000 USA 737 Max sorties were non-events is plain: We employ pilots who go “WTF????” and shut off the autopilot if the plane is going the wrong direction because the computer is getting bad data. That’s because they know how to fly airplanes.

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  25. BuenaVista says:

    I just drove into town to buy a six-pack and I was reflecting on the Farage disquisition.

    I think my Dad, who was very respectable and reticent, as a rule, would say (to paraphrase Nigel): “Boris: You can’t trust him as far as you can throw him.” Or, “Well, if he opens his mouth, you know he’s lying.” My description, in that context, would have been ruder: “He’s a lying motherfucker,” or some such. Perhaps this is what CdO implies.

    I admit to being charmed by Boris. I also find his declarations about leaving absolutely unambiguous; hence, he allowed himself no wiggle room. But evidently Farage has more insight and experience with the man.

    I wish the Brits would get this over with and create a rapid, capitalist island (like Hong Kong) that drains Europe of accomplished people.

    When the Quebecers were voting on secession around 1994, I actually flew to Montreal to experience la liberation, the day of the vote. If they had voted yes, and created a North American Hong Kong, I would have done my best to convince my wife to move there. (My Dad’s family descended from Canada, being refugees from the American Revolution (loyalists were routinely hanged, when the shooting stopped). My forbear supposedly stole a novitiate from a Montreal nunnery, and moved her to his Crown Grant in Essex County, Ontario. Alas, that populist moment in 1994 was forfeited by a few voting points. But man, I so love Montreal. And I’ve never seen, outside of Moscow and SPB, so many beautiful women walking around as I did on a summer night in Quebec City.

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  26. BuenaVista says:

    Cummings is described here by smart people as a kind of Ropespierre. Is this correct? A British Steve Bannon?

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  27. b g says:

    “…so many beautiful women walking around as I did on a summer night in Quebec City.”

    Yeah, I know, my wife’s grandmother came from that mixture of French and aboriginal women. That girl could just take my breath away ;-D

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  28. Farm Boy says:

    If you open Facebook’s mobile app today, it will likely suggest that you try the company’s new Dating service, which just launched in the U.S. after a rollout in 19 other countries last year. But with the company’s track record of mishandling user data, and its business model of monetizing our sensitive information to power third-party targeted advertising, potential users should view Facebook’s desire to peek into our bedrooms as a huge red flag.



  29. Farm Boy says:

    By many measures, our society is in trouble, and we are ignoring a root cause: the unprecedented familial dispersion that followed the 1960s sexual revolution.

    At heart, that revolution aimed to radically sever human sexuality from marriage and child-rearing, from the responsibilities society had hitherto imposed on the individual sexual appetite. Afterward, fatherless homes, family shrinkage and breakup, childlessness and abortion all became commonplace. The net effect of these changes is having fewer people to call one’s own.


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  30. Farm Boy says:

    WASHINGTON, D.C.—The Democrats have been criticized for calling on others to reduce their carbon footprint while they themselves drive SUVs, fly around in private jets, and own multiple homes.

    Well, at long last, one of the candidates isn’t just talking the climate change talk: in a solemn ceremony Friday, Bernie Sanders leaped into a wood chipper to eliminate his carbon footprint once and for all.


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  31. Cheque d'Out says:



  32. Cheque d'Out says:

    “Cummings is described here by smart people as a kind of Ropespierre. Is this correct? A British Steve Bannon?”

    Yes, that comparison has been made. But he may be closer to Boris than Bannon was to The Donald.

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  33. Cheque d'Out says:

    It’s Boris’ history that costs him trust. Not that he’s thought to be lying now by Leavers (and anyway, he’s all that’s left until Nigel gets a chance in a GE). remoaniacs are frothing at the mouth (especially the last week on the MSM – it’s like MSNBC on Trump but maybe a bit worse*)

    I hope that he’s telling the truth now, but I do not know what kind of deal he would have wanted if the remoaniacs hadn’t gone hyper against him (because they don’t trust him). A lot of paying-attention-people think that he’d have trimmed May’s WA given it a garnish and said ‘Job done’.

    It may be that the Remoaniacs themselves have forced Boris to end up with No-Deal but we probably won’t know until 23:01 on 31/10. Although the possibly plausible Political Pig tweeter is sounding (Q-esque) very confident since last night. But no details. They’re simmering the remoaniacs over the weekend (and beyond). Parliament is to be prorogued on Monday.

    *Your Sharpiegate vs hysteria that Boris called Jezza a big girl’s blouse and Cameron a girly swot (referring to their school days). Hysteria over that…can you imagine? Apologies demanded (and not given)

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  34. Cheque d'Out says:

    After all, Mr Squeaker, precedents are there to be set. Let the past die, kill it if you have to.


  35. Cheque d'Out says:

    Another member of laba’s raring to go as a government front bench

    Angela ‘Crayons’ Raynor who left school pregnant and is (last I heard) Shadow Education Minister


  36. Cheque d'Out says:


  37. Liz says:

    Bernie confused the campaign tradition of kissing babies with dissing babies.

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  38. Liz says:

    A couple of days ago Mike was talking to a Captain who has just about had it with his wife. The reason: Her obsession with Trump.
    She hates him so much she has to be glued to the television or internet at all times.
    They have a house on an Island near Vancouver and used to spend a lot of time there, but now she won’t go because they don’t get good internet coverage and she can’t keep up with information about his “lies” 24/7. It’s adversely impacting their marriage to the point he wants to leave.
    TDS is real. And very very powerful.

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  39. Liz says:

    I complain, therefore I am. 😆

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  40. Liz says:

    In Horseman’s link, Captain capitalism seems to be saying men only notice the top 20 percent or women, and the rest don’t exist to them.


  41. Liz says:

    Chappelle video. This is the funniest thing I’ve seen in quite a while. 😆

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  42. Liz says:

    On the subject of TDS, Mike was watching CNN for about 20 minutes while he was working out. Just out of morbid curiosity (20 minutes was a hard limit though, he couldn’t stand any more). Sure enough, the all-anti-Trump-all-the time channel spoke incessantly about nothing but Trump. There were a panel of people talking about “Trump’s lies” about the hurricane.
    “Now he’s lying about facts! He won’t admit he’s wrong…why won’t he admit he’s wrong?!?!”
    Aside from the fact no one checks with the president for weather information, they look at the weather channel….how can you keep a conversation like that going and expect people to watch it? Other than folks like the pilot’s wife above, most people don’t want to be inundated with every minute detail about how much everyone hates (insert anyone). They brought out an “expert” to offer his opinion on Trump’s mental fitness. “Is he not mentally fit to be president?” “Well…I’d have to do an evaluation to make sure, but it does seem his arrogant mentality might make him unfit…”
    And on, and on, and on.
    This is some serious trolling. I mean, is it really that big of a deal he thought the hurricane might be headed to Alabama? A big enough deal to talk about it on and on and on and on? Think I’d mess with them on purpose. Maybe that’s what he’s doing and if so it’s genius. He should keep it going. “Stay strong Alabama! We’re praying for you!”
    Add some of the midwestern states too next time.

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  43. BuenaVista says:

    Liz mentioned the possibly-divorcing couple, as a result of deranged Trump obsessions.

    When I was speaking last with my daughter, I was tip-toeing around political matters, in particular with respect to her boyfriend. He’s military but it’s still not cool to presume anyone’s political perspective. This came up because I am rabidly pro-modern and violently anti-postmodern, and I was trying to figure out if I should send him some books*. (He liked the ones I sent him last winter: Grant’s “Memoirs”, and “Light Years”, Salter.)

    I was very startled and remain so by her answer. “I don’t really know what his political opinions are. We just don’t talk about it.”

    I think this is healthy, but I’m not sure. Her mother and I would discuss politics in a fairly dispassionate, brief manner, but I don’t remember any long discussions, and certainly no tortured or emotional discussions. I’m pretty sure we didn’t vote for the same presidential candidate in 1996, but we saw no reason to investigate each other.

    Nonetheless, I’m sure her mom would know — even now — that I am libertarian on many things, conservative on others. I think that is a comforting element in a relationship: to be understood by one’s intimate, to be accepted in one’s agency and separate humanity (if two people disagree politically). I find it unsettling, and a little bit sad, that my daughter and her guy just steer clear of political or policy issues. (Perhaps she was posing, I guess, because they’re liberals and she didn’t want to cross that bridge with her Dad.)

    The woman I saw the last few years is probably to the left of Marianne Williamson — but we never had a cross word about politics. Some of that is that, as a libertarian, I don’t need to tell other people what to do or how to live. “The fuck I care …” is basically my response to her smoking pot or her daughter’s strange personal lifestyle choices. When I encounter people who want to pound the political table I just say, “I will discuss policy but not politics.” And C. secretly liked, I think, that I had a conservative side like her virulent right-winger Dad.

    But this business with the daughter not even discussing politics or public life with her likely husband? This is new, I think. Better than the wack-job wife in BC, but a little weird.


    *The three books I wanted clearance to send the artillery Captain:

    “The Closing of the American Mind” — Allen Bloom
    “Fiery Angel”; “The Devil’s Pleasure Palace” — both by Michael Walsh

    Michael is a militant modernist, and “Fiery Angel” is, essentially, a compact summary of the Western Tradition (hence Western Civilization) to its present, threatened state as the Cultural Marxists/postmodernists attempt total control of our schools and broader culture. He is a social media “friend” of mine and I did suggest that Fiery Angel may be thought of as an outline for a traditional college survey course, and I believe he’s programming such a course now. The bibliography alone for “Fiery Angel” would keep a person busy for five years, filling in the holes of his education.

    He cut his teeth as a newspaperman Time Mag music critic, and Time Mag foreign correspondent (when such really meant something) (posted Moscow, Frankfurt). He’s written some very interesting thrillers, and some movies. By this I mean he writes like a pro, enjoyably.

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  44. BuenaVista says:

    Bad link for Michael Walsh, sorry.



  45. BuenaVista says:

    OT: This is a hobby horse issue for me, as I have spent a lot of time consuming morphine, Dilaudid, Hydrocodone, Oxy, Tramidol. (I just use Percoset and Vicodin for hangovers.) Quite frankly, it is terrifying to contemplate life without painkillers, and that is what these politicians are promoting in order to “do something.”


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  46. Liz says:

    I’ll bet your daughter’s fiancé will like those books, BV.

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  47. Cheque d'Out says:

    I believe that any of those painkillers that you mention would be incompatible with having access to those boy-toys that you guys talk about, in the UK. Another line of attack that the dems might try to use in the future. Just a thought.

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  48. Liz says:

    It’s really rare for a military man to be liberal (though most military women seem to be).

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  49. Cheque d'Out says:

    Not the first time that I’ve seen the incompetent fruit of Bliar’s regime’s propensity to write shit law suggested as a route to hard Brexit (read actual Brexit). Bliar was alleged to be a lawyer and so is his wife Slot-Gob but they sure did (delberately) write a lot of shit law that’s been used to damage society and make lawyers rich.

    Something like ‘a senior minster can claim and receive emergency powers without proof of the emergency’

    Sounds like the kind of thing that you could use to great effect in the coming < 60 days.
    Thanks Tone and your cabal of malicious incompetents.

    The fixed term parliament that stops Boris from just saying 'GE now!' is the fruit of Dave Cameron's necessary alliance with the limp-dumbs because he was too shit to win a tory majority against Gordoom Broon in 2010 (only May topped this ability to drag tainted partial victory from the jaws of an open goal of victory…or something). And nobody got around to binning after it was no longer required.

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  50. Cheque d'Out says:

    Another factoid is that if Boris calls for a Vote Of No Confidence…and wins it. Then might he be able to do what he wants and say that ‘I have the confidence of the House’

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  51. Cheque d'Out says:

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  52. Cheque d'Out says:

    Hey BV, I’m trying to provide a balanced view from a Brexiteer perspective, you’re obviously using other sources…how am I doing? I’d prefer critical analysis and the truth. You’re not going to upset me, I’d treat your input as data for a calibration

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  53. Cheque d'Out says:

    Just my opinion but I think that people are reaching the point of wanting serious changes to our political class (and MSM). Check out the Spiked podcast that I posted above, they are not right wing (indeed their roots are ‘Living Marxism’ https://www.sourcewatch.org/index.php/Spiked_Online )…they’re saying that the remoan-stream media and politicians are out of touch with the people

    People have had enough of the MSM propaganda (general hysteria and project fear) and they’re getting pissed-off


  54. Cheque d'Out says:

    (Stolen – not mine)
    “Hello, this is Jeremy Corbyn. Has Boris left to beg for an extension yet?”

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  55. RichardP says:

    They brought out an “expert” to offer his opinion on Trump’s mental fitness. “Is he not mentally fit to be president?” “Well…I’d have to do an evaluation to make sure, but it does seem his arrogant mentality might make him unfit…”

    From what I run into, they are talking every which-way they can, in every medium they can, about the unfitness of President Trump. This suggests to me that they are planning to introduce Articles of Impeachment based on his “unfitness” at a strategic point leading up to the election – thinking this will turn the national attention to the impeachment debate and away from Trump’s campaign talks. So – they are prepping the thoughts of those paying attention to them, getting them mentally and emotionally ready for the filing of impeachment charges.

    Re. Trump’s comments about Alabama maybe in the path of the hurricane – those comments were made at a time before an official pronouncement was made about the timing and path of the hurricane. At that point, nobody knew for certain which trajectory would win out. So Trump was maybe tweaking noses with his talk – but he could not be accused of “lying”, as so many are accusing him of, because there was no official narrative at that point that he was talking against. At that point, anything was possible.

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  57. Cheque d'Out says:

    This guy takes no shit.

    If I could listen to his show without adverts, I might do.

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  58. Liz says:

    So Trump was maybe tweaking noses with his talk – but he could not be accused of “lying”…

    Oh, he can and has been accused of lying on much more spurious grounds than that. Ever start to look at the list of “11,000 lies” on that politifact checker? Just take a couple of them, it’s really illuminating. They often even contradict their own analysis (windmills and bird deaths for example). Meanwhile kamala cries about being bused around as a child…to the sound of crickets.

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  59. Ame says:

    BV – that is interesting that your daughter and her boyfriend do not discuss politics. i wonder … you mentioned she travels significantly for her job … so i wonder if their time alone together is so precious that they keep anything possibly contrary out of that time?

    got me thinking about the things i do and do not discuss with my husband … hummm …


  60. Ame says:

    that whole Dorian storm thing … my Dad has done many studies on hurricanes and the state of florida as it affected his business. he used the same data the weather stations/channels have access to, and he called the path early on. he (somewhat jokingly) says the weather reporters are working for the retail stores that benefit from mass hysteria anticipating storms.

    the, “BUT WHAT IF?!!!!!!!” hysteria on any topic seems to be validated with the information age b/c people find that one, tiny, ‘what if’ needle in a haystack. sheesh. just unplug … or only plug into rational places like Spawny’s 😉

    that pilot wife who is addicted to media on Trump … that’s … insane. that behavior regarding any other anything would land someone in rehab for addiction.

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  61. Ame says:

    In the last decade, most of the big U.S. airlines have shifted major maintenance work to places like El Salvador, Mexico, and China, where few mechanics are F.A.A. certified and inspections have no teeth.



  62. Cheque d'Out says:

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  63. @Liz

    Cappy’s post was hard for me to parse, but he did say one thing that I completely agree with:

    “If you look at the total population – not just what your eyes focus on – there are simply not enough pretty girls to go around.”

    Attractive women over ~28 make up less than 10% of the female population, with attractive being a 6 or better. Once you get over 30 you’re talking ~5% the mid-west.

    Most guys would be quite content to marry a pleasant, enthusiastic 6, and would be thrilled with anything better. Well, most guys are shit out of luck these days. Like Horseman said, I can go days without seeing better than 5. ( the OFC, one fuck-able chick courtesy of yours truly). Went to a high school cross country meet a week ago. Literally dozens of gorgeous young girls running around. It was like Christmas in late August. Was helping train a new grad nursing class a month ago. 40 females between ages of 21 and maybe 30. ZERO fuck-able chicks.

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  64. Farm Boy says:

    Gratuitous images


  65. Farm Boy says:

    Men don’t have a “true self”. Women have that because women find themselves. But men make themselves.


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  66. Farm Boy says:

    As bl00dy evil as this practice is, the point is that virginity is in high demand, and is widely recognized to have a cash value. Shockingly, the market demand and cash value of a virgin courtesan is even higher than the initial cost of a virgin bride! SMH

    But in rural parts of the United States, it is not uncommon for a teenage girl to give up her purity for a good laugh, an empty promise, two tall beers, and a joint. But no one ever gives a flip about that. Murican wimmin may be the cheapest wh0res in the world!

    By contrast, women from other parts of the world have a sense of purplepose in “entering womanhood”.



  67. Farm Boy says:

    During the segment, Sommers and Maher touched on three important points. First, that feminism has become a process by which women are infantilized. Second, that modern feminists are using “catastrophe” language to describe minor incidents, thus trivializing real threats. Third, that the alleged pay gap is not a result of sexism, but of choices.


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  68. Cheque d'Out says:

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  69. RichardP says:

    Gratuitous Image: (Rod Dreher mentioned her father several days ago)


  70. BuenaVista says:

    CdO, 5:02 p.m.: I actually don’t understand the Brexit death march. So I appreciate all you provide. My experience of these situations is straightforward: a couple of Canadian Quebecer secession votes. There was so much subterfuge.

    On Fridays, a radio intellectual (Hugh Hewitt) interviews an academic who seems to be wired into the UK power structure. He is friends with Farage and acquainted with Boris. I usually listen to him for an hour or two. Hewitt broadcasts from 6-8 WashDC time. He’s on a lot of internet radio feeds.

    But I don’t understand the endless maneuvering on Brexit. The American approach would be to cram it down their throats and move on.

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  71. BuenaVista says:

    Oh, the Friday guest of Hewitt is a college president named Larry Arne (sic?). He’s a careful and modest man, so I hang on his insights without worrying about being duped by bombast.

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  72. BuenaVista says:

    6-8 a.m. WashDC time.

    Ame, it wouldn’t occur to me to self-censor (for an intimate) a political/policy opinion. I have said a few times, “I don’t want to waste our time together talking politics.” But if my lover wanted to talk about anything, at all, other than some of the dark corners of my life, I would take a seat at the kitchen table and say, “Go ahead. Your agenda.”

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  73. Ame says:

    watched the movie Bernie tonight – it was recommended to my Husband since he grew up the second half of his life in East Texas. they had this scene where the guy breaks down the state, and i thought it was funny:

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  74. Ame says:

    BV – i cannot imagine what the situation is with your beautiful daughter and her boyfriend. i would guess the kind of man who would be comfortable with her must be very strong and confident ~ someone a lot like her Dad 🙂

    i do think, though, that it is difficult for many to actually listen to another person contentedly.


  75. Farm Boy says:

    The sounding of EU leaders over an extension has angered Tory Brexiters. The Conservative MP and former cabinet minister David Jones said: “Senior EU figures gave private assurances to British MPs, as a consequence of which they supported the surrender bill. This confirms the level of EU interference in our internal affairs and makes the need for Brexit all the more pressing.”



  76. Farm Boy says:

    Eye Bleach Warning!


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