Revenge Pron


Recently here in America, the US representative Katie Hill accused her husband of releasing revenge pron.  In fact, she made a big deal about it.  Some said that the fuss was all about distracting from her misdeeds; and they are probably correct.

However, her reaction to the explicit photos of her was undoubtedly a deep and real reaction.  Much more so than a comparable situation with a man.  Why might this be?  Well, it really comes down to one thing, women don’t want to be known as sluts.  It is bad for marriage/remarriage.  And these photos are forever.  Any prospective man can check.

Being sexy / looking hot is one thing.  Photos as such can enhance a woman’s marriage value.  It is rather fine line to walk.  Of course, with many men, modest pictures in fine dresses/skirts work best.  Your milage may vary.

And then there is the tendency for these released photos to be showing the women in embarrassing positions / doing odd things.  Ms. Hill was shown brushing the hair of her lady friend, all while au natural.  A few might get a giggle out of it, then immediately discard her a potential marriage material.

Short answer — women never want their marriage market value to decrease.

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163 comments on “Revenge Pron
  1. h0neyc0mb says:

    Short answer — women never want their marriage market value to decrease.

    I don’t know about that with today’s wimminz .. regarding reputation.

    In times of old .. yes.

    Look at Molly Cyrus as an example of modern wimminz.

    What I think she’s upset about is evidence of .. 1) Her doin’ rec’ drugs and 2) Her (potentially racist) Tat.

    BUT in the end .. the whole three-way to by-way “campaign-staffer” mistress thing was a bad (potential) legal problem (if she mis-used campaign money) .. so maybe that’s why she’s focusing on the pics.

    Either way some man will wife-it-up regardless of her past (alleged reputation) problems.

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  2. Farm Boy says:

    I won’t be the one

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  3. Farm Boy says:

    Modern C-grade celebrities need to stay in the spotlight, so they do stupid shit. This is more important than Marriage Market Value

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  4. Farm Boy says:

    Which one has more marriage potential?

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  5. Katie Hill is SAD! What happened to her is what women fear the most, consequences. Women want to be able to act without fear of consequences. Anything that impedes that is MISOGYNY!!!

    Now, Emma Watson is (currently) demonstrably less crazy than Miley Cyrus. Even with the horrible haircut and the dumb tattoo she’s still much better looking than the average chick.

    But any dude who has kept up with her SJW shenanigans knows she’s not marriage material. She’s not even a fun weekend, ’cause she’s a real false rape/sexual harassment charge just waiting to happen. So, also SAD!

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  6. Farm Boy says:

    Well, to be honest, Emily Hart looked like she would be more fun than Emma Watson

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  7. Cheque d'Out says:

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  8. Cheque d'Out says:


    The Illiberal Undemocrats have a new campaign bus. Whose face is better suited to adorn it than their leader Jugs Swansong’s?
    Some scurrilous people suggest that her rhetoric wouldn’t be out of place in a Goebbels speech, if not his boss’.

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  9. Cheque d'Out says:

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  10. h0neyc0mb says:

    Good man.

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  11. Cheque d'Out says:

    Always good to read another viewpoint about the choice between the Conservative Party and the Brexit Party, especially one written by an author with so much inside knowledge.

    I did try to make this a short post but I seem to have achieved the opposite effect, sorry. But this is a complicated issue, made even more complicated by the twists and turns of politicians, so it’s difficult to be concise.

    The idea that Boris’s deal provides a temperate island on which we can regather ourselves ready to set sail for our true destination as an independent self-governing state is a tempting one, and certainly it is theoretically possible, but for me the issue comes back to the basic one of trust. The Dutch have a saying Vertrouwen komt te voet en vertrekt te paard which literally means “Trust arrives on foot and leaves on horseback”.

    Boris, despite his history of being something of a stranger to the truth, had earned the trust of Brexiteers in the run-up to his candidature as leader and in the first few weeks of the job. Even when the Benn Bill was mystifyingly allowed to arrive on the statute book, we still believed Boris’s assurances that we would leave by October 31st. Boris must still have a cunning plan regardless of the existence of the Benn Act, surely?

    But if he did still have a plan, it didn’t involve us leaving with no deal on October 31st, clearly. Consequently, the trust of many Brexiteers, which Boris had so patiently built up over a period of three years, has now galloped off over the horizon.

    Boris fans are now suggesting that the passage of his new Surrender Treaty was part of an even grander masterplan which involved neutralising the Benn Act by first getting his Treaty approved by the Commons and then opting to go for no deal anyway.

    Once again, this is perhaps theoretically possible, which is why Letwin and co. tried to legislate against it. But, I come back once again to the issue of trust. Is it likely that Boris and his party would opt for the UK to leave the EU with no deal via this incredibly circuitous route given its recent, and long-term, history of ensuring we become more and more integrated? Or is the simpler explanation not more likely – that Boris simply wants to close down Brexit as an issue as quickly as possible, even if that means pretending that we’ve left when we haven’t?

    Let’s just remind ourselves of the recent history once again.
    This is partially a repost from earlier in the week with a few updates, but it probably bears repeating.

    o Boris promised to take us out of the EU, deal or no deal, by October 31st. He didn’t. He blamed the Benn Act, but he was still promising us an October 31st exit when the Benn Act was active, leading us to believe he had the determination, and the means to take us out.
    o He also passed up several opportunities to prevent the Benn Bill from becoming law, and he also failed to test the legality of the Act in the courts.
    o He was previously damning in his analysis of the May Withdrawal Agreement, and he was previously scathing about the possibility of a customs border in the Irish Sea. In fact he resigned from the Cabinet over it. But he did vote for Mrs May’s WA at her third attempt, and now we have a new draft WA which is 95% based on Mrs May’s document but with a customs border in the Irish Sea. In fact that EU are now insisting that the WA has not changed at all.

    And let’s have a look at the pre-Boris evidence of the Conservative Party’s trustworthiness:
    – David Cameron promised that he would invoke Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty immediately in the event of a Leave vote. Instead, he resigned
    – Mrs May spent 9 months dithering over whether to invoke Lisbon Article 50 before finally doing it in March 2017. She also spent a great deal of time dithering over commencing preparations for a No Deal departure, and allowed her Chancellor to block expenditure on this
    – Mrs May appointed an excellent team of ministers to the Department for Exiting the European Union and made an excellent speech at Lancaster House which aligned with the promises of the Leave campaign. However in the initial engagement with the EU, she undermined the DExEU ministers and gave in to the EU’s wishes about the sequencing of the negotiations, critically damaging our negotiating position
    – It became apparent at Chequers in summer 2018 that the DExEU was a Potemkin department, and that the Cabinet Office had been conducting secret negotiations directly with Berlin to come up with a rival Withdrawal Agreement to the one being worked on by the DExEU. Ministers were bounced into approving the No. 10 document with little chance to read it, on threat of dismissal and a long walk home if they did not.
    – Mrs May on 108 occasions promised that we would leave the EU, deal or no deal, on March 29th 2019. When her Withdrawal Agreement three times failed to gain approval in the House of Commons, she did not take us out of the EU with no deal as she promised, but instead went running to Brussels to ask for an extension, initially to mid April and then to the end of October
    – Despite Mrs May’s complete failure to deliver the Brexit she promised, she remained in power until she was forced out following a disastrous performance in the May local elections and in the hastily arranged European elections, in which the newly formed Brexit Party won and the Conservatives came 5th with a derisory 8.8% vote share.

    So, do you trust Boris and the Conservative Party to use his deal as a temperate island from which to launch a bid for a full fat, salty English Brexit with all of the trimmings? Do you trust a party which has spent 41 months, under 3 different Prime Ministers, failing to take us out of the EU? Do you trust a party which, from the very beginning, blundered its way through the WA negotiations, giving ground on practically every issue from the order in which negotiations ran, through the need for a level playing field, to the apparent need for us to pay £39 billion minimum in return for nothing – not even a itemised receipt?

    Do you trust the party which said quite openly in the onset of our EU exit negotiations that we “did not seek to achieve a competitive advantage” ?

    Well I don’t.

    For me the only way to move forward towards actual Brexit is to elect MPs into Westminster whose Eurosceptic credentials are impeccable. I used to count around 30 or 40 Conservatives amongst that number but I’m afraid the events of the last few weeks have persuaded me that perhaps the only Eurosceptic worth electing again on December 12th would be Kate Hoey.

    Assuming the Conservatives win the election, either with an overall majority or with a minority coalition, they are almost certainly going to be facing a less problematic House of Commons from a Brexit perspective than they did previously. Large numbers of Remainers, especially the most active in terms of trying to thwart Brexit, will be missing, replaced by less experienced and hopefully broadly more Eurosceptic new members. This would be even more true if the Conserbatives did some kind of deal with the Brexit Party.

    In principle this should make a hard Brexit easier to achieve in the next Parliament. So why is Boris persisting with his Surrender Treaty?

    The only logical conclusion I can come to based on the evidence is that Boris simply doesn’t want us to leave the Eureopan Union properly. And the Conservative Party as a whole certainly doesn’t.

    So I’m sorry Godfrey but I’ll be voting for the Brexit Party on December 12th.

    ‘Godfrey’ is the writer of the article to which this is a response. Godfrey Bloom was one of the old major faces of UKIP. A bit of an old duffer (IMHO) but whose heart is in the right place.
    Here’s the article; https://going-postal.com/2019/11/brexit-party-or-the-tories/

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  12. Cheque d'Out says:

    Bugger. Used another English English term, I suspect. An old duffer is an old fool that is still likeable. He’s initially tolerated with grace (that fades away over the years of the repeated stupid sayings and doings)
    https://www.powerthesaurus.org/old_duffer

    Uncle Albert off of Only Fools and Horses. During the war…

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  13. Cheque d'Out says:

    Is there an appropriate American analogue?

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  14. I think you’re right about that. Poor Emily. What a waste.

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  15. I would say no, but I don’t tolerate much of anything.

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  16. Liz says:

    It’s true there’s no male version of “revenge porn”. There’s no male version of the “revenge selfie” or “revenge photo shoot” either though.
    “Mariah doesn’t care if people say she’s fat! She loves her awesome curves…”
    (5 months later)
    “Mariah shows off her awesome new revenge body! Bet her ex wishes he could tap dat!”

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  17. I find it telling that what Katie Hill calls revenge porn would be called states evidence in other circles.

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  18. Liz says:

    I have to put on mittens to stop myself from posting “Epstein didn’t kill himself” at Fuzzie’s blog.

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  19. Liz says:

    Mike was flying with a guy recently and the subject of self defense came up.
    He suggested that (although he has never been trained in self defense, nor been in a fight himself), biting would be the best defense.
    He described the way he would first take out chunks on the exterior of the body and then go for the jugular.
    This conversation would make a good Seinfeld episode.

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  20. Farm Boy says:

    Fuzzie’s blog.

    What blog is that?

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  21. Liz says:

    It used to be Bloom’s

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  22. Cheque d'Out says:

    Oh. I was about to ask that question myself.

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  23. Cheque d'Out says:

    Tantalising, I’m sure you’ll agree. Lovely class warrior and misandrist Jess the Foghorn Phillips. Sargon has said that he’s standing against her but it looks like…well…read for yourself

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  24. Cheque d'Out says:


    (Tom Watson, laba deputy, resigned yesterday)

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  25. Cheque d'Out says:

    It’s a real shopping chain. Hand on heart, I couldn’t tell you whether this is a real advert or not

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  26. Cill says:

    “Uncle Albert off of Only Fools and Horses.”

    The Patriarch’s sense off of humour at at 12:26 pm is amusing.

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  27. Farm Boy says:

    I wonder if you could use Swansong ‘s big boobs to dampen Jess “The Foghorn” Phillips out

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  28. Farm Boy says:


    Western Connecticut State puts itself at legal risk by promising to punish ‘It’s OK to be white’ perps

    Only lawful punishment would be for unauthorized posting – if enforced consistently

    https://www.thecollegefix.com/western-connecticut-state-puts-itself-at-legal-risk-by-promising-to-punish-its-ok-to-be-white-perps/

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  29. Farm Boy says:

    There is just no responsible way to discuss ABC’s alleged spiking of the Epstein story — or NBC’s spiking of the Harvey Weinstein story — without dealing with how those news networks, and other media outlets, worked frantically to destroy Kavanaugh.

    Many in the media had one standard for Epstein and Weinstein, who had clout with Democrats including Bill and Hillary Clinton.

    But Kavanaugh? He’s a Bush Republican nominated by President Donald Trump.
    So that other standard was applied, one that allowed unsubstantiated allegations to be reported and repeated, endlessly, in an attempt to ruin him and keep him off the Supreme Court.

    https://www.chicagotribune.com/columns/john-kass/ct-jeffrey-epstein-abc-news-kass-20191107-j4yszesfrvb6nhly4t3ur5xvf4-story.html

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  30. Cheque d'Out says:

    The ERG were the Mogg Tory group pushing for a proper Brexit. The Tory Spartans were ERG members that refused to compromise on May’s deal. But are now pushing BloJo’s very close to May’s Deal deal. (No, I don’t know why). But that’s the Spartans and the ERG explained.

    But…

    who’s that at the bottom? You unwisely ask. Well they’re Ken Dodd’s Diddymen an alleged comedy act from the seventies. For those with a very strong stomach indeed

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  31. Farm Boy says:

    Have you noticed that the #MeToo movement is dead to Democrats these days?

    Democrat representative Katie Hill had an affair with a staffer, a violation of the core concept of #MeToo that bosses can’t have sexual relations with subordinates, and Democrats are bemoaning the fact that she had to resign.

    How can that be?

    That’s because they never really believed in #MeToo

    Back then, everyone agreed that lying under oath is a serious crime — even Democrats. But Democrats then and now have carved out an exception by saying perjury is justified if the lie is about sex, since the Democrat mantra back then was that “everyone lies about sex”.

    After Al Franken served his purpose and it was clear that sacrificing a pawn, Weinstein, hadn’t helped Democrats against Trump, there was a short period where a few brave people actually cared about women. Several powerful #MeToo predators were called out.

    From the Democrat perspective, however, the problem with that was that too many of the famous #MeToo predators, like Matt Lauer, were Democrats.

    https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2019/11/democrats_must_really_hate_women.html

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  32. Farm Boy says:

    “‘Coup has started,’ whistleblower’s attorney said in 2017,’” the president read part of the Fox News headline

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/watch-trump-reads-whistleblowers-lawyers-tweets-at-rally-crowd-goes-nuts

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  33. Cheque d'Out says:

    Still love this explanation of the terminator franchise. Skip to 30 seconds for the start of the briefing

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  34. Farm Boy says:

    CBS Has Fired The Whistleblower Employee Who Leaked The ABC Video About Spiking The Epstein Story

    Here’s a real whistleblower, exposing an actual wrong, who’s now being punished for it. So CBS is now colluding with ABC.

    https://www.weaselzippers.us/436959-cbs-has-fired-the-whistleblower-employee-who-leaked-the-abc-video-about-spiking-the-epstein-story/

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  35. Cill says:

    Mag fucking nificent weather down under. We’ve been out and about from the ocean wave to mountain tops and back. The last 7 days have been nothing short of very good for me, while feminists and the woke are turning the western world to shit. There has to be a glimmer of hope somewhere.

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  36. Cill says:

    Maybe it’s that “the West”, when it comes to my neck of the woods, is purely figurative. But then Asia, of which I am a geographical part, is nothing short of crap.

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  37. Farm Boy says:

    And with Terminator: Dark Fate, humanity was finally spurred to action, realizing too late that the actual dark fate is that we are doomed for a bad Terminator sequel every few years.

    Desperate rebels have been working in secret, though, for a solution: a robot programmed to go back in time and stop those responsible for these movies. Holed up in a secret base at an undisclosed location, these brave freedom fighters sent off humanity’s last hope through a time machine, desperately praying the ploy would work.

    https://babylonbee.com/news/desperate-humanity-sends-killer-robot-back-in-time-to-stop-terminator-sequels

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  38. Farm Boy says:

    Millennials, like everyone else, will learn that some people aren’t worthy of your trust. That will be part of their education.

    Katie Hill is blameless because she is not just a woman, not just a Millennial woman, but a Millennial congresswoman! Who unseated a man to get there! She can’t resign. I mean, that’s just crazy talk.

    https://pushingrubberdownhill.com/2019/11/05/but-shes-on-team-woman/

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  39. Cheque d'Out says:

    The new Speaker of the House of Commons is a thoroughly decent sort.
    https://order-order.com/2019/11/07/hoyle-promises-rip-bercows-remainer-reforms/

    He’s the guy that I wanted in the job. Hatie PIE withdrew from the selection process due to not having a cat’s chance in hell (sorry Liz)

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  40. Cheque d'Out says:

    Nigel up at 21 minutes

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  41. Cheque d'Out says:

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  42. Cheque d'Out says:

    Ken Dodd telling a proper joke. Safe for all ages.

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  43. Larry G says:

    so, has Bloom cashed out of blogging altogether?

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  44. Cheque d'Out says:

    There’s a twist…

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  45. Cheque d'Out says:

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  46. Liz says:

    Whoa poor bird! That cat’s reflexes are impressive though.
    He/she will survive an EMP.

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  47. Cheque d'Out says:

    So…is the anger real? I reckon so

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  48. Liz says:

    https://deadline.com/2019/10/paris-joker-audience-panics-allahu-akbar-1202771443/

    Paris police arrest man who allegedly shouted ‘Allahu akbar!’ during ‘Joker’ film screening. People started running from the theater in an absolute panic.
    If a Christian stood up to proclaim “Jesus is Lord” would they have run?

    [Think such things one is supposed to not
    Get the water spray bottle out we should]

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  49. Liz says:

    I mean…We’re assured that white, conservative violence is the greatest danger to the world right now.

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  50. BuenaVista says:

    I’m a Proverbs 31 man.

    It’s always interesting to get the distaff sex’s view of the same language.

    This is why Sunday School is so interesting. BV goes, “But that’s not what the passage means and …” cluck-cluck-clucking.

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  51. Farm Boy says:

    You are the defective one

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  52. Farm Boy says:

    HANFORD, CA—Authorities are looking for a woman who gave birth to a stillborn baby with toxic levels of methamphetamine in his system. “This is a complete horror,” said Hanford Mayor Carl Eggburn. “She didn’t even use calipers to rip the child to pieces like a decent human being.”

    https://babylonbee.com/news/authorities-horrified-at-woman-who-killed-baby-with-meth-instead-of-traditional-brain-sucking-device

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  53. Stephanie says:

    “He suggested that (although he has never been trained in self defense, nor been in a fight himself), biting would be the best defense.”

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  54. Stephanie says:

    LOL!!!! And how did Mike take this?!?!

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  55. Stephanie says:

    “It used to be Bloom’s”

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  56. Farm Boy says:

    Legal wrangling continues in the case of a Dallas 7-year-old born with male genitalia who says he feels like a girl. The child’s mother, Anne Georgulas, filed a motion Tuesday asking that Dallas Judge Kim Cooks recuse herself from the custody battle being waged by the boy’s father, James Younger.

    http://www.wbap.com/2019/11/06/mother-of-7-year-old-transgendered-child-want-judge-recused/

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  57. Farm Boy says:

    Outrage after Goldsmith University academic claimed to be transgender for four years and asked students to call her ‘Mx Tippy Rampage’ before admitting it was a satirical character for a book
    Goldsmith’s Dawn Mellor invented the non-binary alter-ego Mx Tippy Rampage

    The art tutor used the satirical character on social media for an academic study

    An abstract to the study referred to the ‘invented persona Mx Tippy Rampage’

    Mellor was blasted by LGBT+ students for treating trans lives as a ‘performance’

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7659881/Goldsmith-University-academic-asked-students-call-Mx-Tippy-Rampage.html

    Well, isn’t it a performance?

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  58. Farm Boy says:

    A 17-year-old girl, Natalie Bird, has been suspended from school for refusing to wear a Remembrance Day poppy containing a rainbow in support of LGBT+ causes.

    https://nationalfile.com/teenage-girl-suspended-from-school-for-refusing-to-wear-pro-lgbt-remembrance-day-item/

    What the heck are we remembering?

    Perhaps we wish to forget

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  59. Stephanie says:

    You were on a roll tonight, Liz!!!! 😀 I love Fuzzie, but I looked over there for the first time in ages and he’s STILL posting on the same subject – I think since AUGUST about the police stuff.

    Bloom will come back… we have to hope 😀

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  60. Ame says:

    BuenaVista
    5h ago
    I’m a Proverbs 31 man.

    LOL!

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  61. Ame says:

    i think Bloom’s mentioned that she’s kinda run out of things to say, or something like that … AND, probably most time consuming … she has a young teenager now! (or tweenager? both are time-consuming). and her biz … and her Man. she’s a busy girl 🙂

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  62. Liz says:

    LOL!!!! And how did Mike take this?!?!

    Heh, at first he thought he was kidding.
    But…no, he was actually serious.
    He had great hubris about his ability to bite.
    Mike suggested that the foe might not allow himself to be bitten, but the good captain was unconvinced there was any known defense against biting. 😆
    (he later asked me if I’m glad I’m not married to the guy who thinks biting is the best home defense weapon. I responded in the affirmative)

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  63. Ame says:

    this is so funny, Liz! lol!

    reminds me of a story …

    i’ve rarely watched oprah in my lifetime … i’m sure not twenty or thirty times … but i do remember one time many years ago she had this woman. some man had broken into her home in the middle of the night and came to her to try to rape her. she was a good-sized, middle-aged or later, black woman – which, if you can picture her telling this story, makes it even better. so as she told it, the man came into her room, and as she had already thought ahead as to what she’d do in that situation, she put her ‘plan’ in action. she lured him over talking sweet to him, got him to drop his drawers, and leaned in and took his junk in her mouth and bit the fire outa him! lol!

    i’m’a thinkin Mike would rather pull out one of his many guns! lol!

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  64. Stephanie says:

    “Mike suggested that the foe might not allow himself to be bitten, but the good captain was unconvinced there was any known defense against biting. 😆”

    ^Well, gee, Little One is going through a biting phase right now… I didn’t know she was that lethal!!! 😆

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  65. Farm Boy says:

    The “backbone” I see…

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  66. Farm Boy says:

    It was just a couple of days ago here at the Briefing that we were lamenting the modern-day awfulness of the mainstream media and its involvement in covering for serial sexual predators and a serial pedophile. It was difficult to imagine that they could have found a way to make themselves look even more loathsome, but they did:

    A woman has been fired over leaked footage of an ABC News reporter venting about a buried Jeffrey Epstein story. But the fired woman didn’t work for ABC — she worked for CBS.

    — Chicago Tribune (@chicagotribune) November 7, 2019

    But the person who exposed just how long ABC was a perv hideout gets fired. The fact that CBS was willing to exact ABC’s revenge for them makes me wonder just how much more there is hidden.

    https://pjmedia.com/news-and-politics/the-morning-briefing-msm-finally-finds-a-whistleblower-it-doesnt-like/

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  67. Farm Boy says:

    Babylon Bee or not?


    WAUCHULA, Fla. — A 33-year-old orangutan granted legal personhood by a judge in Argentina is settling into her new surroundings at the Center for Great Apes in central Florida.

    https://nypost.com/2019/11/07/orangutan-granted-personhood-settles-into-new-florida-home/

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  68. Farm Boy says:

    A woman named Angela Ditchfield, who had been a parliamentary candidate for the Green Party, was arrested for having defaced the offices of the county council by spray-painting them with symbols of “Extinction Rebellion,” the radical ecological movement whose demonstrations have brought chaos to London and elsewhere.
    She was charged with criminal damage. Her defense was that, by so doing, she was defending her property (her house) from imminent damage caused by climate change. Astonishingly—and alarmingly—the magistrates accepted her defense and acquitted her.

    https://www.city-journal.org/angela-ditchfield-aquitted-climate-change

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  69. Liz says:

    Well, gee, Little One is going through a biting phase right now… I didn’t know she was that lethal!!!

    That’s like Super Baby! Wield her with caution. 😆

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  70. Being bitten by a patient is a real concern on inpatient psych floors and to a lesser extent in the ED. Depending on where you are being bitten, we are trained (and I did the SCM training for hundreds of people) to use different techniques to address the situation. Being bitten on the forearm or upper arm means you press your arm into the bite (just like with a dog) instead of trying to rip your arm out as most people would instinctively try to do. Other locations have you attempting to grasp the patient so that they can’t pull away and therefore take a chunk out of you, before help can arrive. Now, these techniques are for health care workers who want to keep their employment and don’t want to be sued. If you are out on the street and someone bites you, can can employ some of them but then you can also add trying to smash the bridge of the biters nose or attempting to gouge out an eye. Driving a pen into the ear canal would work too, but who carries a pen around these days. Anything Ton would have to say would probably be worth 10x what I’m saying though.

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  71. Cheque d'Out says:

    Very good commentator on some issues, she’s right on this one
    https://www.melaniephillips.com/britains-deepening-political-nightmare/

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  72. Stephanie says:

    “If you are out on the street and someone bites you, can can employ some of them but then you can also add trying to smash the bridge of the biters nose or attempting to gouge out an eye. Driving a pen into the ear canal would work too, but who carries a pen around these days. Anything Ton would have to say would probably be worth 10x what I’m saying though.”

    Dang. No one should ever mess with KH

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  73. Stephanie says:

    I’m just immature I guess 😀 My mind immediately thought of the scene from Indiana Jones:

    But in my mind I pictured a crazy person gnashing their teeth and showing off their biting skills LOL…

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  74. Stephanie says:

    I asked my husband this morning if I was too immature for him 😀 and he said if I were more mature, we’d have a lot less fun.

    So at least he thinks I’m a keeper ❤

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  75. No way Spielberg or Lucas would have the balls to shoot that scene again these days.

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  76. When I worked on an adolescent MR/DD unit basically none of us had intact skin from all the bites and scratches. We all wore long sleeves all year long. Girls with long hair getting their hair pulled out fairly often. For some reason we were all much more forgiving with the kids as they just seem “crazy” although as they got older some of them seemed to turn plain “mean”. It’s just not a good situation for kids, even when severely impaired, to grow up in an institutional building with little access to a family type environment or the outside on a regular basis.

    On adult units I was attacked (bum rushed) just a few times, but you learn to keep situational awareness a priority when dealing with aggressive patients of any size. I just tried to wrestle them to the ground and then applied an “approved” (or close enough) hold until help arrived.

    I was also designated to the “crisis team” basically every shift I worked, even when I was managing a unit. Basically, the goal is no one gets hurt, but we usually had at least person out each week for work-related injuries. Burn-out is a real problem for people who have to do daily care in BH units. You start thinking they’re (the patients) doing it on purpose. Just sit down and read through their charts again. Stephen King couldn’t think up some of the horrible shit some of these people have endured.

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  77. Stephanie says:

    That’s so sad, KH. My husband has dealt with people like that fairly often when called to the hospital… but luckily he’s never been bitten.

    “ust sit down and read through their charts again. Stephen King couldn’t think up some of the horrible shit some of these people have endured.”

    Ugh 😥

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  78. Farm Boy says:

    Linda Hamilton is back in this one. And she looks really really really old. Who would go to a movie to see that? Not me. She wasn’t that feminine in the first place 35 years ago.

    https://pushingrubberdownhill.com/2019/11/08/friday-hawt-chicks-links-the-back-to-basics-edition/

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  79. Police body-cam video would make for some great training material, methinks.

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  80. Liz says:

    I remember my first pediatric throat swab. The kid clamped his mouth shut so hard I’m pretty sure if I’d been .01st of a second slower I’d have lost a piece of finger.
    The human bite is serious.
    Still not the best weapon of choice for defense of person and property.

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  81. So Sarah Connor is now the Darth Vader character?

    Dang, I forgot had bad a crush I had on movie poster Princess Leia. Carrie Fisher wished she had legs like that.

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  82. Cheque d'Out says:

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  83. RichardP says:

    KH said: No way Spielberg or Lucas would have the balls to shoot that scene again these days.

    For those who don’t know, the script called for Harrison Ford’s character to fight with his whip – sword against whip – and eventually get the villan incapacitated by wrapping the long whip around his arms.

    But, when they were shooting the scene, Ford suddenly had to go to the bathroom. What you see is how he cut the scene short so he could go. They thought it was funny enough that they left it in and did not reshoot the scene.

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  84. Cheque d'Out says:

    The blog is currently running on GMT by the way. Greenwich Mean Time. The Classic Coke of timezones.

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  85. Larry G says:

    New toy to test out today, SIG P365. Just got a couple of 12 round mags yesterday in the mail

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  86. Bill Shatner (born March 22, 1931) teaches young dummy how to Twitter.

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  87. Larry G says:

    And 67

    I just feel like writing some stuff down before I forget or before I kick the bucket, whichever comes first. This may be a bit long-winded, so feel free to skip it altogether.

    In another couple of weeks I’ll hit 67 years old making me an official Boomer FOG. This little event surprises the shit out of me now since I really did not expect to see it. Back in October 2012 I was informed by a pompous asshole of a doctor that I have prostate cancer and the best that he could offer me was to slow it down some with treatments. This was to “buy some time” for me, his best guess was 5 to 10 years more. I went through the radiation and hormone suppression to get a few more years of life, so far so good, that was 7 years ago. Still here.

    Today I’m more focused on getting necessary stuff done, working and saving up some cash, chasing my wife around the house (she slows up a little so I can catch her now and then) and generally enjoying life while I am able. Getting old doesn’t suck, sitting around waiting to die does.

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  88. Apparently they also wanted Indiana Jones to be a pedophile. His earlier relationship with Marion having taken place when she was 12-14 and he was in his early 20s.

    [Such a thing an impediment to Biden it is not]

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  89. Larry G says:

    aaaand I see that the “gentlemen” have been seriously fucking off and not posting the gratuitous images of attractive females again….

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  90. Cheque d'Out says:

    Friday evening…Yay!

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  91. Larry G says:

    oops…missed one..

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  92. I actually liked both Crocodile Dundee movies, even though the first was much better, they did put some effort into the sequel and it was still good enough.

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  93. Mmmm, what flavor is that? Uncle Joe wants a lick.

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  94. Cheque d'Out says:

    Probably worth a post or two (at least), however, it’s very Friday Evening for me already
    http://www.unz.com/article/are-women-destroying-academia-probably/
    Ba-da-bing

    During World War I, seven of the medical schools attached to the University of London decided to start admitting female students, as did Oxford and Edinburgh University. But by 1928, five of these London colleges had decided to stop admitting women, with the other two heavily restricting female numbers. Oxford voted for a ratio of no more than one female for every six males. Male academics and students were concerned that the presence of female students, let alone staff, would “alter the character of the teaching” and lead to “feminine government” of universities

    When you’re right, you’re right

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  95. Cheque d'Out says:

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  96. Ame says:

    SOOO glad Larry’s back!

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  97. Cheque d'Out says:

    How well does Jimmy’s joke travel?

    Feedback please.

    No feedback will mean that I unleash the Caribbean derivative. And nobody wants that.

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  98. Cheque d'Out says:

    To facilitate things, you can signal that you don’t get it by up-voting this comment

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  99. Ame says:

    Kentucky Headhunter
    4h ago
    Being bitten by a patient is a real concern on inpatient psych floors and to a lesser extent in the ED. Depending on where you are being bitten, we are trained (and I did the SCM training for hundreds of people) to use different techniques to address the situation.

    my Aspie-Girl often had ‘meltdowns’ from the time she was born. i instinctively knew to hold her tight to me – the warm pressure, feeling my heartbeat, hearing soothing words, helped to organize her brain and calm her down. i knew there was a difference btw what she was experiencing and pitching a fit. when she was too big to just hold in my arms, i learned to hold her from behind, wrapping my legs over each of hers, crossing her arms over her chest and holding them firm. crossing her arms over her chest prevented her from being able to move her head freely which prevented her from being able to bite me. while not always a daily occurrence, it was certainly weekly. we also had many things we did to help prevent her brain getting to this place.

    most of these took place in private, with me, where she felt safest. there’s only one i remember in public that was really bad and took a looong time for her brain to organize as we sat on the floor like that together.

    she would often know when her brain was ready and tell me, “I’m okay now, Mommy.” most of the time she was right; sometimes she needed to be held like that a little longer. i always knew.

    even now, thinking about it, knowing how hard it was for her, makes me cry. it was hard to explain this part of her b/c she mostly saved it for me … like a tight rubber band holding on till it was safe to let go.

    in middle school, when her dad was being so bad to both girls, she lost it twice at school and was humiliated that she did so 😦 . even with the best of the best having diagnosed her, countless specialists and therapies, he still believed her ‘behavior’ was a disciplinary issue and b/c i was a bad mother … which hurt both girls more than it hurt me b/c he refused to believe in who she was 😦 .

    i would have a very hard time working in a psych anything b/c it would break my heart. kudos to KH.

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  100. Ame says:

    she *can* get to those places, still, if forced. however, she’s learned many coping skills to ‘self medicate’ that she uses continuously, every day.

    i’ve taught her since she was little that, yes, her life is hard – and often seems harder than most. but life is not fair, just or equal … and everyone has something, and this is her something, so suck it up and let’s figure it out.

    it’s hard to explain how much work this is for both of us, and Oldest, too. most of it now is mental work. i’m ‘on-call’ 24/7/365.

    one of her many issues is a sleep disorder of some kind. we’ve been battling this since she was born, too. often she is awake in the middle of the night. she is quite capable in the kitchen (actually more so than Oldest b/c Oldest has figured out how to get others to do for her what she’d rather not do if she doesn’t have to 😉 ). but she woke me in the wee early hours b/c she had cut her finger cutting up an apple. she eats at least one apple a day, usually, and is quite capable with a kitchen knife (even more so than her sister), but the knife slipped over the skin and got her finger. thankfully no stitches required though she did get herself good. this is SOP for Aspie-Girl as there’s always something and i’m often woken up in the middle of sleep for something. very thankful she no longer screams when she does things like this anymore! 🙂

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  101. Larry G says:

    back….and in my humble opinion the SIG P365 ROCKS! Once the FOG got his shit together (stance, grip, breathing and trigger control) this little wiz-bang is dead on accurate.. now time to clean guns..

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  102. Ame says:

    Anything Ton would have to say would probably be worth 10x what I’m saying though.”

    do miss Ton 😦

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  103. Ame says:

    Cheque d’Out
    4h ago
    Very good commentator on some issues, she’s right on this one
    https://www.melaniephillips.com/britains-deepening-political-nightmare/

    wow, Spawny. this is the nightmare.that.will.never.end!

    So here’s how things appear to stand at this point, 34 days before the Brexit general election which is being fought principally on the issue of whether or not Britain wants to get Brexit done.

    ummm … didn’t y’all already vote on this … like several years ago?!

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  104. Ame says:

    I was also designated to the “crisis team” basically every shift I worked, even when I was managing a unit. Basically, the goal is no one gets hurt, but we usually had at least person out each week for work-related injuries. Burn-out is a real problem for people who have to do daily care in BH units. You start thinking they’re (the patients) doing it on purpose. Just sit down and read through their charts again. Stephen King couldn’t think up some of the horrible shit some of these people have endured.

    😦

    *tears*

    years ago i did this six month sexual abuse recovery group. at one point we were to all share what happened if we so chose to do so. i really think God protected me b/c i missed some of them unintentionally … like something happened at home, so i was late and missed a story.

    but, sheesh … the ‘good ol’ days’ weren’t really … people have always been debase … really bad sh*! happens and has been happening since the beginning of time.

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  105. Ame says:

    RichardP
    2h ago
    KH said: No way Spielberg or Lucas would have the balls to shoot that scene again these days.

    For those who don’t know, the script called for Harrison Ford’s character to fight with his whip – sword against whip – and eventually get the villan incapacitated by wrapping the long whip around his arms.

    But, when they were shooting the scene, Ford suddenly had to go to the bathroom. What you see is how he cut the scene short so he could go. They thought it was funny enough that they left it in and did not reshoot the scene.

    and it turned out to be one of the most iconic scenes in movie history! lol!

    very interesting … i did not know that!

    potty breaks … who knew?! 🙂

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  106. Larry G says:

    oops…10 hospitalized from Oklahoma facility after flu shot mix-up.

    Apparently accidentally injected with what’s believed to be insulin rather than flu shots,

    https://news.yahoo.com/10-hospitalized-oklahoma-facility-flu-133750836.html

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  107. One mother I knew would sleep in her son’s doorway every night because he would get up and get himself into trouble.

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  108. Nice to hear, Larry.

    I picked this up a little while ago and have been pretty happy with it, though I still generally stink with a pistol.

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  109. Because reading the label on the vial is too much trouble.

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  110. Cheque d'Out says:

    The Caribbean Variant

    I took the wife to the Caribbean last month.
    Jamaica?
    No, she went of her own accord.

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  111. Cheque d'Out says:

    “ummm … didn’t y’all already vote on this … like several years ago?!”

    I’ve heard various rumours to that effect but seen little evidence as yet

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  112. Cheque d'Out says:

    Ciabatta…d’yabarta…did you barter

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  113. RichardP says:

    @Ame said: she *can* get to those places, still, if forced.

    Have you ever had a diagnosis made for what those places is, physically? Your descriptions make it sound like she is having a brain storm of some sort – nerve signals firing in a disorganized way. I wonder if the doctors have any theories about what is causing that disorganized firing of nerve signals. One might respond that she comes to a point where she is overwhelmed with input hitting her five senses and overloading the brain. No dout true. But a deeper question would be – what is going on in the brain that it is overwhelmed on this occasion but not on the other occasion? Here is a story that is not likely to be true in your daughter’s case – but maybe something similar is at the root of her getting overwhelmed from time to time.

    I am friends with the family of a guy who used to be the head of the music department at Azusa Pacific University. Ten years or so ago he had a problem (either hit his head or had a brain tumor; don’t remember which at the moment). He was seen and treated regularly by doctors, but his brain functions went steadily downhill. When it got to the point where he could not hold a steady beat while conducting the choir and orchestra, he stepped down.

    For the last six years or so he has been having brain seizures. And he can feel them coming on. The family has learned to respond immediately to him if he gives the signal, because he loses muscle control along with the ability to be coherent. After a while (minutes or hours) the effects of the brain storm pass and he regains muscle control. But a brain fog has enveloped him and it can sometimes take a day or so for him to regain clear thinking. An interesting side-note to this is they discovered that Oil of Lavender, if liberally rubbed all over his bald scalp as soon as he signaled that he could feel the “event” coming on, stopped the “event” in its tracks. No loss of muscle control. No brain fog. Things stayed normal. Eventually that Oil of Lavender trick became less and less effective (for whatever reason; probably because his brain problem was getting worse).

    Six months ago or so they took him to a new, young doctor. He reviewed the old CAT Scans and whatever tests he had ordered. When his wife came for the doctor to review his results he asked – has anyone ever pointed this out to you? (The answer was “no”.) What he pointed out on the brain scan film was the narrow passageway at the back of the brain where the cerebrospinal fluid passes between the brain cavity and the spinal cord. It was almost sealed shut. When the fellow felt his “problem” coming on – what he was actually feeling was that passageway had swollen shut so that the cerebrospinal fluid could not drain, and so built up in the brain cavity. Which exerted pressure on the brain, and it was that pressure that gave him signal that an episode was coming. Once the pressure rose past a certain point, he lost control of his muscles and experienced severe brain fog. I don’t remember if he sometimes lost conciousness. I just know that he could not be coherent for a while.

    They took him in for surgery to repair that passageway between the brain cavity and the spinal cord. His recovery has been remarkable. But that problem had gone undiagnosed for so long that parts of his brain are irreversibly damaged and recovery there is likely to be limited in scope.

    Probably grounds for malpractice lawsuit on previous providers. But I think the family does not have the stomach for that. At least not now.

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  114. Cheque d'Out says:

    Harrumph. I liked it anyway.

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  115. “Ciabatta…d’yabarta…did you barter”

    What accent would that be?

    Cornish? Welsh? Gloucester? Wensleydale?

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  116. Cheque d'Out says:

    Double Gloucester, I think.

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  117. Cheque d'Out says:

    Cheesy joke?

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  118. Cheque d'Out says:

    Aha?

    Make of it what you will….

    Alan (@ALANGRA47094120)
    08/11/2019, 16:03
    I think we have a game changer here…

    Daily Express YouGov poll just out for Northern seats of England…. Brexit party up 4 points to 19%…Tories down 8 points to 26 % with over a massive 11,000 people polled. So looking like Boris will need that pact after all !

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  119. Ame says:

    Kentucky Headhunter
    Ame
    40m ago
    One mother I knew would sleep in her son’s doorway every night because he would get up and get himself into trouble.

    been there; done that.

    our house has been “Aspie-Girl-Proof” rather than ‘child proof’ … a huge difference.

    and all those child-proof things did was give me a few extra (needed) seconds to get to her before she got into what she wasn’t supposed to be into! lol! she could climb and move faster than anything – had to be quick and on-my-toes all the time.

    she was literally a 24/7/365 job – especially after we put up her crib. she was young (can’t remember now) when we did that b/c she climbed out head first … totally freaked me out. went out that day and bought a toddler bed and put the crib away, but then spent many a night outside her door, at least until i knew she was well asleep – thankfully, once asleep, she usually did sleep for quite a few hours.

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  120. Ame says:

    Richard – thank you for sharing that. much to think about. she has hit her head so many times in her life i wouldn’t be able to count, but we’ve never taken her to a neurologist (that would be the correct specialist, right?). many other specialists for various things, but never a neurologist, and she’s never had a brain scan of any kind.

    Oldest has, though … Oldest had seizures as a baby, as did i, as did my dad and one of my sisters. afaik, Aspie-Girl has never had seizures.

    hummm … that’s something to think about. our health insurance sucks right now, so idk if that’s financially something we can do anytime soon. and she might have to be sedated for some of those tests as she gets super anxious about things like that.

    ugh. now i feel like a terrible Mama for not thinking about this sooner (NO, i don’t blame you for that). just … there’s just SO much with her, and knowing what to address when as been more of addressing what we were forced to address.

    *tears*

    now that i think about it … i do remember reading Dr Daniel Amen’s stuff, and a book or two, when she was little, and thinking it would be awesome if she could be tested like that. but her dad was so opposed to it all, firmly believing it was all disciplinary and b/c i was a terrible mom … every dr appt for her became extremely stressful b/c he fought it all and wouldn’t believe them or stand up for her, so i had to do all that. just … so much. overwhelming. i need to pray about this, though. God knows her brain and what she needs.

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  121. Megan Kelly should have been the new female Terminator.

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  122. Farm Boy says:

    Clark’s statement, however, very strongly suggests that such viewpoint-neutral treatment is not what he has in mind for whoever posted this particular set of displays. Unless expulsion from the university, criminal prosecution, and the involvement of multiple law enforcement agencies is the normal procedure whenever a WCSU student Scotch tapes a flyer to a wall, it’s hard to read President Clark’s remarks as anything other than a clear threat to treat those who post these particular phrases and images far more harshly than those whose expression he finds more congenial.

    https://www.thefire.org/western-connecticut-state-university-president-pledges-troubling-prosecution-over-its-ok-to-be-white-and-islam-is-right-about-women-postings/

    So why is it wrong to say “It is OK to be white”?

    Would it be a problem to say “It is OK to be black”?

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  123. Larry G says:

    KHH, I set the target at 10 yards to start with then work my way out to a max of 25. Figure if I can place 75% of the shots into a 10″ circle center body mass, that will suit me. Closer in I really need more practice to get good double taps from such a tiny weapon.
    Looks like it will be range time twice a week for awhile…

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  124. Stephanie says:

    “They thought it was funny enough that they left it in and did not reshoot the scene.”

    “potty breaks … who knew?! 🙂”

    ^LOL I’m so going to use that to help our boys go when they need to, instead of just holding it till the last minute!!!!

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  125. Cheque d'Out says:

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  126. Liz says:

    I asked my husband this morning if I was too immature for him 😀 and he said if I were more mature, we’d have a lot less fun.

    I had a conversation with Mike a few days ago about a new pair of running shoes I bought (about a month ago) and haven’t worn yet. I’m waiting until my running improves.
    I said: “I’ll just wear the old shoes then I won’t have negative associations with the new ones. Because usually when I put on a new pair of shoes I’m like ‘wee! new shoes this is great..’ But right now I know it won’t be good so I’ll just stick with the old ones and think ‘heh…probably the shoes”
    Mike looked at me responded, “You really have thought like this?”
    😆

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  127. Liz says:

    “Thoughts like this” (should’ve been plural up there)

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  128. Liz says:

    I can’t watch that plane video, Swithy. 😦

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  129. Cheque d'Out says:

    Liz, it’ll be alright. Promise you.
    Epstein didn’t kill himself…

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  130. Cheque d'Out says:

    Important to properly groom your Australian Border Collie

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  131. Ame says:

    Mike looked at me responded, “You really have thoughts like this?”

    lol!

    and this is why i love the differences between men and women!

    yes! we really have thoughts like this! 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂

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  132. Ame says:

    okay … i wasn’t going to watch it, either, but i trust you, Spawny … and you’re right, it was a funnee!

    nothing bad or serious, Liz.

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  133. Ame says:

    so is it pronounced EpstEEn … or EpstIne?

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  134. Ame says:

    sooo … what does Mike think? and others who fly commercial?

    Water on Most U.S. Airlines Is Unsafe, Says Study: Avoid Coffee, Tea and Even Washing Your Hands

    https://www.yahoo.com/entertainment/water-most-u-airlines-unsafe-175719266.html?ncid=facebook_yahooenter_yxwbqqk7sto&fbclid=IwAR1t4bejP0MdGDDxvbArdNyzOTW8-b1U4x8pPNhgKEjgErxn7egQ_KskIrs

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  135. Cheque d'Out says:

    Epstine would be the pronunciation of the German Epstein (f that exists). Pronounce the second letter of ie and ei in German.

    Epsteen is the Jewish pronunciation, I gather.

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  136. Liz says:

    yes! we really have thoughts like this!
    Yep 😆

    sooo … what does Mike think? and others who fly commercial?
    Eek. I don’t know. He’s on a trip but I know he drinks coffee on the plane. 😲
    I’ll ask him when he gets home.

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  137. Farm Boy says:

    The difference is that Trump’s nationalist cocktail of issues helped him build key support in battleground states. Good luck to Warren doing the same with her combo of “I’m amnestizing everyone” and “I’m flushing your insurance down the toilet.” Oh, and also “my health plan will also cover illegal immigrants,” which is in the second clip below.

    File this away for the next time we have a “national conversation” over the president’s constitutional duty to take care that the laws be faithfully executed.

    https://hotair.com/archives/allahpundit/2019/11/08/elizabeth-warren-maybe-ill-just-freeze-deportations-president-congress-agrees-mass-amnesty/

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  138. Farm Boy says:

    Printed on the bottom of the cans sold at Tatical Ops Brewing in Fresno is the message, “2019/11/06 EPSTEIN DIDNT KILL HIMSELF.”

    https://kmph.com/news/local/fresno-brewery-prints-epstein-didnt-kill-himself-on-the-bottom-of-cans

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  139. Farm Boy says:

    Reporter: “Leon Cooperman said this week that, if you can’t change your behavior, you probably shouldn’t run again in 2020. What do you say to that?”
    Pres. Trump: “Now, you really shaped my behavior because, from the day I came in here, I’ve had problems with phony stuff – like a phony dossier that turned out to be false, like false investigations that I’ve beaten. So, a lot of my behavior was shaped by the fake news and by the other side. That was a lot of my behavior

    https://www.cnsnews.com/blog/craig-bannister/trump-tells-reporters-you-really-shaped-my-behaviormy-behavior-was-shaped-fake

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  140. RichardP says:

    @Stephanie said: “They thought it was funny enough that they left it in and did not reshoot the scene.”

    “potty breaks … who knew?! 🙂”

    ^LOL I’m so going to use that to help our boys go when they need to, instead of just holding it till the last minute!!!!

    Pistols you will get them?? Like the ones discussed above?

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  141. Farm Boy says:

    “You might think this is a bad thing, getting killed for sending us evidence—but keeping our elite friends out of jail is far more important than your personal safety,” the anchor concluded. “Remember, the needs of the rich and powerful outweigh the needs of the you.”

    https://babylonbee.com/news/abc-asks-viewers-to-send-in-evidence-on-epstein-so-they-can-destroy-it-and-then-murder-you

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  142. Ame says:

    Stephanie
    Ame
    7h ago
    “They thought it was funny enough that they left it in and did not reshoot the scene.”

    “potty breaks … who knew?! 🙂”

    ^LOL I’m so going to use that to help our boys go when they need to, instead of just holding it till the last minute!!!!

    lol! Mamas gotta use what we can to motivate our babies! lol!

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  143. Ame says:

    Cheque d’Out
    6h ago
    Important to properly groom your Australian Border Collie

    Crazy woman! pic.twitter.com/hrD3VpwhKZ

    — Darwin Award 🔞 (@AwardsDarwin) November 8, 2019

    that’s a bit beyond crazy, me thinks.

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  144. Farm Boy says:

    The second act scored a 12, which is really, really bad.

    The third act scored a 4 with only the folks just as likely to view any movie giving it any points at all.

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  145. Farm Boy says:

    But when the pilot released the 350 gallons of pink water for the gender reveal, the stunt caused the plane to slow down and get “aerodynamically stalled,” according to the report.

    https://nypost.com/2019/11/09/plane-crashes-after-unloading-350-gallons-of-pink-water-in-gender-reveal-stunt/

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