What Men Want

Here we have Jed Clampett explaining to his daughter Ellie May about what grownup women should be like.  He makes it clear that men don’t want tomboys, and he somewhat regrets raising her to be one.  He makes it clear that men want feminine women.  Probably such a scene could never make it onto TV today, but that is a topic for elsewhere.

Is there evidence that men like feminine women?  I would reckon so.  A fair amount I might think.  Consider what ambitious women of old did (or we’re prodded by their parents to do)?  They desired to marry either a successful man, or one that was up and coming.  How might they do this?  They would go to finishing schools and the like to learn how to appear and act to be attractive to men.  Suffice it say, learning to appear and act as this woman was not in the curriculum


So in recent years, men have been half-heartedly convinced that they don’t want feminine women.  I am not sure how many believe it.  Perhaps many believe it because they suppose that they can gain an advantage by going with the current fashion.

Probably in reality, the desire for feminine women is built-in, just like the attraction for young, thin and healthy women.  Why couldn’t a desire for a type of disposition be innate also?  I am thinking that there is no reason why not.  Perhaps such a disposition is desired because it leads to better adjusted children.  Or maybe it leads to a more unified partnership, allowing synergy to actually happen.

Back to the present.  Men are just not supposed to want this, so that is the way that is.

P.S. This situation leads to real opportunities for women who are willing to buck the trend.

P.P.S. I wonder what goes through Bill Clinton’s mind…

Posted in Dating????, FarmBoy, Feminism, Lies
107 comments on “What Men Want
  1. BuenaVista says:

    I like tomboys; it’s great to have someone to ski and run and fly with. They all dressed well and carried themselves as well-mannered women; in my ex-‘s case, she offered far more elegant manners than I, who had to learn how people in the east conducted themselves.

    If by “tomboy” you mean someone with crass, pseudo-frat boy manners, sure that’s unattractive. But if you mean “women who are capable and play catch with the children” that, to me, is extremely attractive.

    Also, I’ve only met one tomboy who wasn’t aggressively female and feminine in the boom-boom department. Ergo, to me, it’s a misunderstood label.

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  2. BuenaVista says:

    Interesting story with striking video of the space launch facility, North Island, New Zealand.


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  3. Farm Boy says:

    I am thinking that Hillary was aggressive in the boom-boom department, though I am not sure how or who with.


  4. Liz says:

    I am thinking that Hillary was aggressive in the boom-boom department, though I am not sure how or who with.

    Are we talking about sex or the detonation of explosives?

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  5. Farm Boy says:

    I know that she blew up Libya for no apparent reason

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  6. Farm Boy says:

    Ellie May Clampett is a bit of a tomboy, but also appealing. She has feminine qualities

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  7. Liz says:

    Ellie May would beat the living crap out of Hillary.
    So, for that matter, would Granny Clampett.

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  8. Stephanie says:

    I had to look up who Ellie May was and kind of had a shock… this is very similar to what my mother looked like before kids – except she was a city girl…

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  9. RichardP says:

    Q: What do men want?

    A: The answer that one can find all over social media:
    It doesn’t matter what men want.

    For those who are claiming that on social media, I wonder what they would think of Jed’s speech to Ellie Mae? I wonder if it would resonate with something deep inside of them that they didn’t know was there.

    Re. the Saugus shooter:

    Asian. Turned 16 today. It is also the 2-year anniversary of his father’s sudden and unexpected death. Don’t know if today is that day, or just generally around this time.

    So – what do 16-year-old boy-men want? We can guess: Probably a girl who gives a damn about them, and a father. Without love, I am nothing at all. True for old ladies, making them susceptible to being swindled by one who offers said “love”. Probably true for 16-year-old boys, as well as others. Some learned how to deal with that fact. Others can’t deal with it and check out in one way or another – MGTOW or suicide.

    Not trying to be maudlin here, but FB – you asked. What do men want? Someone once said that it was not good that man should be alone. We have evidence all around us of how true that is, of the dysfunction and the acting out against self or others that occurs when that is true. Funny that we don’t usually see women doing that when they are left without love. But – then, I’ve never read or heard it said that it is not good for a woman to be alone. Because cats, I suppose. 😉

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  10. RichardP says:

    Tomorrow is promised to no one.

    Indeed. A few more people learned that today.


  11. h0neyc0mb says:

    If you’re a young man, what do you do?

    You don’t have a lot of alternative choices. Th wimminz are all banged-out mouthy “you go girl” whores. (I realize that’s a broad stroke of the brush .. but it makes the point.)

    Th Wimminz want it that way. If you buck that trend you’ll be singled out by the heard.

    It used to be the opposite way around.

    What’s a man to do that wants a wife and children?

    Recently an article emerged about Keanu Reeves (55 years old) and his girlfriend. It was bent around the idea of how age appropriate it was. She’s 9 years younger .. but looks 10 years older.

    He could and should do better. Th wimminz and th media want you and me to believe that all men should “man-up-and-marry-that(-age appropriate)-slure”.

    What are young men to do?

    I know what I did! These young men are free to make-up their own minds. I only recommend they invest in cat food stock.

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  12. Stephanie says:

    “Asian. Turned 16 today. It is also the 2-year anniversary of his father’s sudden and unexpected death. Don’t know if today is that day, or just generally around this time.”

    😥 so tragic… at least it sounds like they responded quickly and minimized the deaths, but still… ugh!


  13. Farm Boy says:

    The story of the Clampetts


  14. b g says:

    For those that miss JudgyBitch, one of her best episodes:



  15. RichardP says:

    @Stephanie said: at least it sounds like they responded quickly and minimized the deaths, but still… ugh!

    At the moment, there seems to be less to this story than the media are trying to portray.

    The shooter did his deed in clear view of many of the security cameras. One can clearly watch the entire scenario. It was over in 18 seconds – before any help arrived. The shooter fired five shots from his pistol, then shot himself in the head with the sixth bullet. Reports are that he is brain dead and on life support. But that is not the “official” report, since that is priviledged medical information that official folks cannot give out. It appeared to be a planned event that was intended to be short and end with his death. He shot himself before any help arrived on the scene. I won’t be surprised if we learn that it was a targeted hit.

    Saugus / Santa Clarita is on the other side of the mountain range that makes up the northern border of the San Fernando Valley. White flight from the Rodney King thing many years ago turned Santa Clarita / Saugus into a bedroom community for the San Fernando Valley and the northern LA area. (Magic Mountain is out there). 10,000 high-school aged kids out there, so a number of high schools close together.

    One of the local radio D.J.’s lives out there. Has a daughter in high school there who is close friends with kids who go the high school involved. It was from this D.J. on the radio that I heard about the 2-year anniversary of the kid’s dad’s death. He heard it from his daughter, who heard it from her friends at the high school involved.

    There were a number of off-duty police officers who had just dropped their kids off. As they were leaving, they heard the emergency call of active shooter on their radios, so they simply pulled a u-turn and went back to the school. The shooting was done by the time they arrived, but they were able to render first-aide to those shot. Consensus is that that immediate first aid probably saved their lives.

    If the young man had had a semi-automatic rifle and multiple clips, he could have done a lot of damage – given the number of kids that were in the area where he shot his pistol (the “Quad”).. But he didn’t. And that fact is being broadcast by all the outlets that are trying to milk this story. Someone somewhere is watching and seeing what kind of damage the kid could have done. They may sense an opportunity there. Time will tell whether they act on it.. But I despise the media for broadcasting this information. Gotta get the story. Who cares that we may be providing information that will put more kids lives in jeopardy in the future.

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  16. RichardP says:

    Or read for yourself what she is reading in that video at bg’s link:



  17. Jack says:

    “I am thinking that Hillary was aggressive in the boom-boom department, though I am not sure how or who with.”

    I have often wondered how Bill Clinton, a man of considerable stature and social skill, ever came to marry Hillary Clinton, who was never very attractive in any sense. I wouldn’t be surprised if this mismatch is what fomented his many affairs.

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  18. earl says:

    Recently an article emerged about Keanu Reeves (55 years old) and his girlfriend. It was bent around the idea of how age appropriate it was. She’s 9 years younger .. but looks 10 years older.

    She’s got to be lying about her age. She’s older than Keanu.

    I did a wiki search about her birthday…turns out they just have the year and no month or day.

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  19. Cheque d'Out says:

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  20. Cheque d'Out says:

    She looks like Keanu’s mum. What’s the point of being that big a movie star if you’re going to go out with someone who could pass as your mum?

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  21. Cheque d'Out says:

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  22. Cheque d'Out says:

    Communists are going to cummunist

    The crap jokes are to keep my pecker up in these troubling times. I apologise in advance.

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  23. Cheque d'Out says:

    Pity that Nigel’s standing down of 317 BXP candidates means that I have no one to vote for


  24. Cheque d'Out says:

    Cathy Lobster Newman discovers the problems of abandoning journalistic integrity

    The proles don’t believe your output and so the politicians no longer have a reason to bother with being interviewed by you.

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  25. Cheque d'Out says:

    A bloke wakes up in hospital after a dreadful car crash . His wife is sitting by the bed looking glum . Surgeon enters and says” You’re a lucky man , lucky to be alive . that’s very good news, but the bad news is the crash ripped off you penis”

    ” OH MY GOD” the man says and bursts into tears

    ” Not to worry old chap, we can do marvels with reconstructive surgery nowadays , but its expensive. You can get a new Penis attached . But its £1000 per inch , up to 9 inches”

    ” Phew” the bloke says . ” I’ve got just £9,000 quid in the bank ”

    His wife nudges him .

    ” Would you mind leaving us for a few minutes Mr Surgeon , while I talk it over with my wife”

    The Surgeon returns 5 minutes later ” Have you decided yet”

    “Yes the man says , we’re going to get a new Kitchen”


  26. Liz says:

    I have often wondered how Bill Clinton, a man of considerable stature and social skill, ever came to marry Hillary Clinton, who was never very attractive in any sense. I wouldn’t be surprised if this mismatch is what fomented his many affairs.

    But most of his mistresses weren’t a whole lot better looking nor (seemingly) appreciably more pleasant than Hillary.
    Think I mentioned before I knew a pilot who was having sex with Monica when the blue dress thing came out. There were three pilots on that TDY and any one of them could’ve had sex with her. She was very easy, but only one took her up on the offer. The others thought she was too fat (and one of those guys was a chubby chaser….and she was not attractive enough for him). Keep this in mind now when she’s on Ted talks speaking about how in love she was with Bill.

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  27. Cheque d'Out says:

    If you’ve seen TV interviews from outside the Houses of Parliament you’ve probably heard a shouty moron in the background. It was this guy, he’s now standing to be an MP


  28. Cheque d'Out says:

    Against the law during an election campaign

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  29. Cheque d'Out says:

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  30. Farm Boy says:

    She was very easy

    Wow, I never would have thought that. Must have been the beret. I wonder if this played into her never getting married, having kids and living happily ever after…

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  31. For a post entitled “What Men Want” this thread is shockingly devoid of gratuitous images.

    Larry, I’m looking in your direction…

    [Looking in the direction of the boobs I am]

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  32. I’d be down with this “tomboy”.

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  33. h0neyc0mb says:

    Good-And-Stout .. HEH!

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  34. Ame says:

    cheerios as donut seeds! lolol!


  35. Cheque d'Out says:

    [Wonder what embarrassing thing today say she will I do]


  36. Cheque d'Out says:

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  37. Larry G says:

    KHH, you seem to have the knack of gratuitous images (all of ONE this time). I’ll see what I can do before the day is done.Was a bit busy, took the P365 back to the range today since yesterday was a bit of disappointment . Today’s session confirmed for me that the pistol operates as designed but the the operator (me) procedures really sucked. With a 3″ barrel the sight radius is damn near non existent so the slightest fuck up on the operator’s part will send the shot waaaay off. Got it figured out finally, grip and breathing issues. Fixed that and the last 100 rounds were in 3″ @ 10 yards.

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  38. Larry G says:

    aaaand here we go..

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  39. Larry G says:

    and you’ll notice there is not a land-whale in the bunch, or tats, or dyed hair, or weird piercing, or pink pussy hats….


  40. Larry G says:

    What men really want…..a few good beers and quiet (as in don’t talk, woman)

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  41. BuenaVista says:

    Sharkly’s remark at 5:39, which points to his light-hearted review of 1 Peter 3: 1-6: This is the text that drives most pastors around the bend, because they’ll do anything to avoid it. It is the go-to instruction for half of Dalrock’s crowd: OBEY, SUBMIT, SUBMIT WOMAN, OR YOU SHALL BURN IN HELL. Okay fine. And suddenly, we have freaks in hoody red dresses ruining Sunday school.

    As noted American philosopher, Bob Dylan, notes, we all have to obey somebody.

    I would modify that. Perhaps we all have to obey some-THING.

    I don’t think that it is heretical to suggest that we submit to our relationships. Our relationships reflect a divine intention, and occasionally realize a divine purpose. Of course we should submit to them: they reflect a transcendental state. This is something men, at present, do better than women, who detonate four out of five intimate, consecrecated relationships.

    Turns out that the healthiest conjugal relationships are those when roles exist and someone is in charge of the logistics, the dirty work, the navigation at 3 a.m., subject to discussion and review. But what is submitted, what is granted, is one’s faith in the relationship. That is true submission: to have faith in the form, though one lacks any insight in the outcome.

    In this respect men and women are submissive to a higher form. No one argues (well, no one who isn’t insane with hate and cant) that there are better alternatives to a material, physical existence. No one argues, either, that mendacious interpretations of Scripture, such that it is a “See Spot Run” primer that can be expressed in Powerpoint, diminish one’s spirit.

    So if I’m married to a woman who makes more money than I, should I be submissive to her? (Not if I want to stay married.)

    If she, however, challenges the notion of 1 Peter 3:1-6, because she is submissive to no man, icky, this is not 1937: Fine. But she will neither be respectful, nor submissive, to the inconveniences of intimacy, and by that I mean, intimacies created, ordained, by God. I would suggest that one of the current era’s failures is the failure to acknowledge the rarity (and hence beauty) of intimacy. We should submit to it.

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  42. BuenaVista says:

    Back on tomboys, I can confidentally assert that the F.O. at 4:17 can whip an apple across a hotel lobby faster than the porter can catch it. (I already told that story.) She’s the sort of girl where you don’t go, “Can you drive a stick?” or “Really, on your …”. Never mind. Tomboys rock.

    I let her try to land my Decathlon (tailwheel) at night at Winchester. We tried that once. It was an “I have the airplane” moment.

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  43. BuenaVista says:

    The Girl with the Smooth Hands

    (Teterboro to Leesburg, Midnight.)

    I met the girl with the smooth hands:
    Twice in four hours our hands touched
    There, near the prop vernier,
    In the silent plane, in the night sky,
    Over the landscapes of easy domesticity,
    Over the houses and their mild discontents,
    Two miles over everything you’d prefer not to think about.

    She lands an airplane the way you dream,
    Someday, of girls buying you easy drinks in cafes, of
    How you never quite played the piano, or
    How your grandfather reached down and
    Swung you up onto his tractor, which was now repaired, and
    Which you, the smallest boy, were now to drive home,
    To the home you would never know,
    The home in Hancock County, Iowa
    That doesn’t exist.

    I met the girl with the smooth hands.
    Where did she come from?

    We land, noiselessly, in early morning.
    The blue lights are plain. Nothing else is.
    This has happened and will only happen once.

    What has changed? She drives her truck into the night.

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  44. Farm Boy says:

    This disconnect runs through large parts of the political class. The hapless Joe Biden earlier this year stated China was “not competition” for the United States even as his family sought to enrich themselves there. Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg insists that President Xi is “not a dictator” since has to listen to his “constituents.” Sure, that also applied to Mao, Hitler and Stalin, each of whom employed huge resources both to cultivate the adulation of the masses and repress dissent.

    Some in the climate change movement embrace the Chinese model as superior in dealing with environmental issues to our own clunky democracy. The idea of a top-down approach has long appealed to a strain of left-wing environmentalism, somewhat ironic given that China is by far the world’s largest GHG emitter.



  45. Cheque d'Out says:

    He’s going to need therapy, the bastards!

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  46. RichardP says:

    For those who haven’t heard, a couple of versions I particularly like:

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  47. Ame says:

    cruciferous vegetables should be cooked before eating as they contain chemicals that BLOCK the production of thyroid hormone in your body! Considering that 2 out of every 3 Westerners are either overweight or obese and this is projected to jump to 75% by 2020, this is of particular importance as folks struggling with weight usually suffer from borderline to full blown hypothyroidism.

    . . .

    Here is the list of common cruciferous vegetables that you do not want to be eating raw if you want to protect your thyroid gland!

    Arugula, broccoli, kale, maca root, cauliflower, cabbage, turnip, collard greens, bok choy, brussels sprouts, radish, rutabaga, and watercress.

    . . .

    Some veggie greens contain a chemical called oxalic acid. This substance is a very irritating to the mouth and intestinal tract. It also blocks iron and calcium absorption and may contribute to the formation of kidney stones.
    The good news is that oxalic acid is reduced by a light steaming or cooking. Just be sure to discard the vegetable cooking water.

    Veggies containing oxalic acid include spinach, chard, parsley, chives, purslane and beet greens.


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  48. Ame says:

    1 peter 3 is interesting … but i think it’s more profound if you read the whole book of 1 peter without chapter and verse markings (i know biblegateway will allow you to remove the verse markings, but it still keeps it divided by chapters. i pulled it out and put it up on my blog once, if interested: https://blendingame.wordpress.com/2018/02/10/book-of-1-peter/).

    what i *think* BV is pointing to (and he can correct me if i’m wrong) … is taking one part of the bible and blowing it up on the big screen … it’s something i’ve come across a few times recently.

    yes, women are commanded to submit and respect. period. it’s not an if-then. it *does* make it easier – and much more fun and enjoyable for both – if he knows how to ‘rule over her’ without being a narcissistic dictator, but it still doesn’t change our directive.

    my nephew is 19 and struggling with some social things. i have some info that i think would help him, but b/c of various things, i’d have to give it to my sister to give to him (the sister who is jealous of me). so, i’m debating. it’s stuff that she might not agree with, too, but it’s straight from the manosphere red pill and would really help him. he needs to learn how to rule, and he needs to learn how to build himself into a man who can rule.

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  49. Ame says:

    i recently saw a thing on fb for men, put on by this church, teaching them … servant leadership. sigh. when will churches teach men how to be rulers?!


  50. Liz says:

    That was a funny buck video.
    I’m imagining the conversations with other deer:
    “I really knocked the bottom out of that one”
    “I’ve spoiled her for all other bucks…”

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  51. Farm Boy says:

    Obama Left An Ambassador to Die, But We’re Supposed to be Outraged Over Trump’s Yovanovitch Tweet?


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  52. Farm Boy says:

    For the record, 451 degrees Fahrenheit is the temperature at which paper burns. In Bradbury’s novel, the state employs “firemen” to burn books lest the information they contain challenge the official state narrative. “Is it true that long ago firemen put fires out instead of going to start them?” a young woman asks fireman Guy Montag. Montag tells her that’s a crazy idea. “Strange,” she answers. “I heard once that a long time ago houses used to burn by accident and they needed firemen to stop the flames.” Montag laughs.

    Not too long ago, ambitious journalists, local and national, prided themselves on gathering information, and their editors prided themselves on publishing it. About 50 or so years ago, however, progressives started to seize control of universities, J-schools included, and newsrooms shifted leftwards with each new graduating class. By 2016, even major newsrooms had become firehouses. Their goal was not to report information but to manage it. In February 2017, MSNBC’s Mika Brzezinski unwittingly admitted as much. Said Brzezinski of President Trump, “He could have undermined the messaging so much that he can actually control exactly what people think. And that is our job.” Yes, sadly, that is their job



  53. Farm Boy says:

    Twitter Has Suspended Several Accounts That Tweeted “I Hired Donald Trump To Fire People Like Yovanovitch”



  54. Farm Boy says:

    Strong Woman and her partner PC Principal (a bully who beats up children for not being politically correct) are both extremely offended, but they cannot speak against Heather Swanson because it would be “transphobic” to oppose the “inclusion” of biological males in women’s sports. Swanson mocks PC Principal as a “transphobe,” even when the principal says nothing. In fact, Strong Woman and PC Principal have baby children — the PC babies — who will cry at the slightest hint of anything politically incorrect.

    Faced with the obvious injustice of a woman being forced to compete with a biological male — who also seems to be on steroids — neither of the two PC characters can speak out against it.



  55. Ame says:

    Spawny – this monkey red cross vid is funnee! lol!


  56. Sharkly says:

    At one point I didn’t think I could ever find a Black woman attractive.
    But then I discovered I could at least like the bottom half of Tina Turner.

    And then Gene Roddenberry had to go break down racial barriers. Doh!

    Gotta love them Starfleet uniforms.

    Anyhow, I’m still stuck at one and a half. LOL
    Slightly behind the mere two redheads that I found attractive so far.
    And one of those Gingers was stuck on an uncharted island.

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  57. Ame says:

    Mike Rowe shared an episode of Returning The Favor.
    13 hrs ·
    Well, shit.
    My old friend Bill Dunson has died.
    He was 90.

    Couple things.

    I don’t use the word “friend” lightly, and to be honest, I only spent one day with the man. But Bill was one of those people who becomes your friend the moment you meet. It’s really not up to you. Bill possessed a quality that demanded friendship. He exuded generosity and familiarity. He dripped with empathy, and authenticity. Mostly though, he just made you feel as though you had known him forever.

    I met Bill during an episode of Returning the Favor. Sarah, my producer, told me on the ride in, “Mike, you’re going to love this man. I know this because I love this man. And I have no idea why.”

    Sarah was right. I met him next to a sign on his golf course that said, “Foul language will not be tolerated.” Moments later, he told me a joke that would make a sailor blush, and I laughed so hard I had a coughing fit.

    The Gate Ranch Golf Course was the reason Sarah introduced us. Bill and his younger brother, Jim, had built the course in their back pasture. It’s a beautiful course. Neither brother was a great golfer, but they both loved the game, and made their course a free attraction to the people of Rochester, Washington. For that, and for other reasons, they were beloved by their community.

    Bill and Jim had a construction company together. They worked together most of their lives, and lived together as Jim fought pancreatic cancer. Jim died a year before Bill and I met. I think Bill was still grieving when we met, but even in grief, he spread sunshine and humor with every word. Even the ones his sign forbade.

    If you haven’t seen the twenty-minute episode we shot with Bill, it’s attached. You should watch it. You’ll feel better about our species. If you don’t have twenty-minutes, I’ve here’s a four-minute sample of what made Bill special. http://bit.ly/2CKYnjz

    And if you don’t have time for that – just know this:

    Certain people were born to sit on the porch and tell stories and drink lemon-aid and be wise and funny in their old age. Bill was one of those people. He’s gone now, but he won’t be forgotten anytime soon. My sympathies to his family, and to the people of Rochester, who are no doubt missing him today. His life was a great gift, and we were honored to share it with so many.

    Bill Dunson was the only guy to ever make me consider playing a round of golf. I’m going to do that, one day soon, and when I do, I’ll pause on the 8th hole, and make a toast to him and his brother.

    I’m glad we were friends.


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  58. Farm Boy says:

    What women want


  59. Farm Boy says:

    So last week Haight launched his very own film rating site called FlickFlop. FlickFlop uses basic math to simply reverse the Tomatometer’s score. So in the case of Tommy Boy (42%), its rating moves to 58%. This score definitely beats out the Watchmen series (96%), which moves to a meager 4%.


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  60. Farm Boy says:

    The leftist theologians have concluded that the text of Genesis clearly asserts that the first thing Adam and Eve did when they met each other was to exchange pronouns.

    “Hi, I’m Adam, Garden of Eden, he/him,” Adam is supposed to have said when he first laid eyes on Eve. “I tried out ‘they’ and ‘xe’ for a while, but neither felt right.” The first man in human history then listed off his various triggers, which were mostly different types of snakes and not being able to eat from the fruit of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil.



  61. Farm Boy says:

    BURBANK, CA—With the launch of Disney’s new streaming service, the entertainment giant found it necessary to warn subscribers that some of their content may contain triggering material involving heterosexual cis-gendered biological white males


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  62. Farm Boy says:

    The Washington Post reports today that “Democrats have stopped using the term ‘quid pro quo,’ instead describing ‘bribery’ as a more direct summation of Trump’s alleged conduct.” Why?

    “The shift came after the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee conducted focus groups in key House battlegrounds in recent weeks, testing messages related to impeachment. Among the questions put to participants was whether ‘quid pro quo,’ ‘extortion’ or ‘bribery’ was a more compelling description of Trump’s conduct. According to two people familiar with the results, which circulated among Democrats this week, the focus groups found ‘bribery’ to be most damning.”

    Got that? The impeachment of the President will be determined by testing various accusations on focus groups in key House battlegrounds. (Just as our nation’s Founders intended!)

    Democrats aren’t “following the facts”—they’re using polls to figure out what crimes to accuse the President of. What a joke.


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  63. Cheque d'Out says:

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  64. Farm Boy says:

    “The paradox of evil is that most evil things do not intend to be evil. Some intend to be good… Others are simply opportunists.”

    “The idea of people making “moral choices” appeals because it is simple, but really it simply reads in egalitarianism. It presumes that everyone is capable of the same level of making choices, when in fact some are broken, retarded, insane, or dysfunctional to varying degrees.”


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  65. Liz says:

    I’m going to have to use that “electile dysfunction” somewhere…
    Internet meme culture is kinda like pinterest.
    At first, you love it and find it incredibly clever.
    Then, you hate it because you know you’ll never be able to compete. Anything you think of has already been done, and better.

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  66. Farm Boy says:

    “Masha” Yavonovich: When You Think About It, I’m Just Like the Four Diplomats Being Murdered in Benghazi. I’m a Hero!!!


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  67. Farm Boy says:

    My god! Prince Andrew blames his “tendency to be too honourable” for maintaining his friendship with pedophile Jeffrey Epstein after the billionaire was convicted.

    — Rita Panahi (@RitaPanahi) November 16, 2019

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  68. Farm Boy says:

    One of the ironies of today is that those who oppose this President constantly accuse this Administration of “shredding” constitutional norms and waging a war on the rule of law. When I ask my friends on the other side, what exactly are you referring to? I get vacuous stares, followed by sputtering about the Travel Ban or some such thing. While the President has certainly thrown out the traditional Beltway playbook, he was upfront about that beforehand, and the people voted for him. What I am talking about today are fundamental constitutional precepts. The fact is that this Administration’s policy initiatives and proposed rules, including the Travel Ban, have transgressed neither constitutional, nor traditional, norms, and have been amply supported by the law and patiently litigated through the Court system to vindication.
    Indeed, measures undertaken by this Administration seem a bit tame when compared to some of the unprecedented steps taken by the Obama Administration’s aggressive exercises of executive power – such as, under its DACA program, refusing to enforce broad swathes of immigration law.

    The fact of the matter is that, in waging a scorched earth, no-holds-barred war of “Resistance” against this Administration, it is the left that is engaged in the systematic shredding of norms and the undermining of the rule of law


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  69. Farm Boy says:

    Elizabeth Warren’s crusade against rich people is even worse than we thought. According to Richard Rubin of the Wall Street Journal, some millionaires and billionaires would experience tax rates of over 100 percent on investments under Warren’s proposals.



  70. Farm Boy says:

    The city is averaging more than 80 waste cases reported to the department every day in 2019 and is on pace to surpass last year’s number of excrement reports, the publicly available records show.

    The city’s incoming district attorney, Chesa Boudin, pledged not to prosecute quality-of-life crimes including public urination.

    “We will not prosecute cases involving quality-of-life crimes. Crimes such as public camping, offering or soliciting sex, public urination, blocking a sidewalk, etc., should not and will not be prosecuted,” Boudin said in response to an ACLU questionnaire. He added that “we have a long way to go to decriminalize poverty and homelessness.”



  71. RichardP says:

    Re the link to SigmaFrame above, about evil – some definitions:

    Evil: Evil, in a general sense, is the opposite or absence of good.
    Good: Good, in a general sense, is the opposit or absence of evil.

    See the problem? Who gets to define good, that the absence of it should be evil?

    Parents, to each other: I limit the Halloween candy my children can have. Oh … that is so good say the rest of the parents.

    Kids, to each other: My parents limit the amount of Halloween candy I can have. That’s my candy. How can they do that?. On … that is so evil say the rest of the kids.

    Then there is this, that makes lots of folks’ heads spin off:

    I make known the end from the beginning, from ancient times, what is still to come. I say, ‘My purpose will stand, and I will do all that I please.’ (NIV) I form the light, and create darkness: I make peace, and create evil: I the LORD do all these things. (KJV) Isaiah 46:10 and 45:7

    Seems that the folks who insist that God can’t exist if evil exists haven’t come to grips with the distinction between the creator and the creation. As in, the creator can do anything he wants to. All the creation can do is shake their fists and say give me back my Halloween candy.

    (Something about being able to understand the long-range effects of what is done in the present. Or not being able to understand.)


  72. RichardP says:

    Last post and this is a logic argument.

    Assuming that God exists:

    We the creation, the created ones, with our limited ability to understand the chemical and physical make-up of the universe, make up definitions – and then use those definitions to prove that the creator of us doesn’t exist. And don’t even stop to think that the creator might think more highly of his own definitions (since he knows us because he created us) than he thinks of ours.

    How is that logical, when considered under my assumption.


  73. Farm Boy says:

    Avoiding being divisive means acquiescing to everything that somebody puts up a stink aboot

    Asked to clarify his remarks, he told Global News: “I do believe to this day that everybody in Canada should have a poppy on, out of honour and respect of the fallen soldiers that have fallen in the Second World War, Korea and the whole deal. Those people who gave their lives, at least we can buy a poppy.” And in an interview with the Toronto Sun, Cherry assured his critics that “his words were not racial or bigoted but patriotic and respectful of our troops. ‘I know what I said and I meant it. Everybody in Canada should wear a poppy to honour our fallen soldiers.’”

    In a mordant irony, Cherry was fired on Remembrance Day by Sportsnet programming, owned by Rogers Communications. Sportsnet President Bart Yabsley had this to say: “Sports brings people together—it unites us, not divides us. Following further discussions with Don Cherry after Saturday night’s broadcast, it has been decided it is the right time for him to immediately step down. During the broadcast, he made divisive remarks that do not represent our values or what we stand for.” The boilerplate concluded in standard bureaucratese: “Don is synonymous with hockey and has played an integral role in growing the game over the past 40 years. We would like to thank Don for his contributions to hockey and sports broadcasting in Canada.”



  74. Farm Boy says:

    It would be wonderful if the people tasked with reporting the news and informing the public did either anymore. Alas, we are now faced with a permanent leftwing propaganda machine masquerading as journalists. It’s Halloween every day in newsrooms across this great land.

    Thank God for the internet and the rise of us subversive naysayers.



  75. Liz says:

    Since I have a bandwidth problem up hars, thought I’d try to find and read transcripts of the hearings. So I went to…what should be a reputable place. The US House of Representatives Select committee on Intelligence.
    These are supposed to be the smart people, charged with oversight of the US Intelligence community which included the office of the director of national intelligentce, the CIA, the USAF, the Army, Coast Guard, Defense intelligence agency, department of energy, department of Homeland Security, the Department of State, the DEA, Treasurey, FBI, Marines, NSA….
    …..keep this in mind and click on the following links for the respective HPSCI, then the Democrats:

    Republican impeachment inquiry page:

    Democrat’s impeachment inquiry page:

    The Democrats have gone full idiocracy. Never go full idiocracy. This is so bad it almost makes one believe the Russians have hacked the Dem’s USHRSC page to make them look like clowns. (highlights, bold type, photos…links to biased news articles to include Vox. They might as well include a Sasquatch sighting with Trump)

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  76. Farm Boy says:

    The Democrats have gone full idiocracy. Never go full idiocracy. This is so bad it almost makes one believe the Russians have hacked the Dem’s USHRSC page to make them look like clowns

    Yes, they are clowns. It is rather odd that many people can’t see this

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  77. Farm Boy says:

    What is wrong with these people? I have trouble figuring it out.

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  78. Farm Boy says:

    Police and rioters clashed in the French capital on Saturday as authorities sought to contain protests marking the first anniversary of the start of the “Yellow Vests” movement.



  79. Sharkly says:

    Well, I owe you all an apology. While looking for more photos of the one Black woman I fully admired, my Nubian idol, whom I thought to be a civil rights pioneer and icon, was exposed to be a monster. I regret to even show you this, but she was clearly a workplace predator, and in what can only be described as a sickening act of sexual harassment, this homophobic cisgender woman can be seen stalking from behind and violently sexually assaulting her unsuspecting genderqueer coworker.
    Although the late sixties, prior to our sexual revolution, was a time of good humored fun between the sexes, when seen through the lenses of our more politically enlightened times this congenial acceptance of such ritual abuses should have never occurred and must be condemned in strong terms.

    I’m now back down to just admiring the bottom half of Tina Turner. Tina along with her husband Ike Turner were great musical ambassadors for racial reconciliation and examples for us all of acceptance and tolerance of others. I guess at least I can console myself in that I trust that I will never have to be shocked by any allegations of abusive behavior on the part of an iconic and harmonious duo like the Turners.


  80. Sharkly says:

    OMG! This homophobic monster just doesn’t quit. Here she is seen pulling a knife on another genderqueer coworker! She must be stopped!

    Oh how could my dear heart have loved across racial division, one so intolerant?


  81. Sharkly says:

    Awww! I can’t stay mad at my Nubian goddess Uhura.

    Screw the fags!
    She is Hot Hot Hot!!!

    And I won’t forget you, Bottom Half of Tina Turner!

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  82. Farm Boy says:

    I am thinking that you are a “legs guy”


  83. Farm Boy says:

    Gratuitous images

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  84. Larry G says:

    FB, “Gratuitous images”
    Nicely done…

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  85. Farm Boy says:

    Fast forward to November 15th, 2019, yesterday, and Rep. Stefanik again showed her acumen when she asked Ambassador Yovanovitch to reconcile her opening statement about not ever discussing Hunter Biden or Burisma against evidence Ms. Yovanovitch previously admitting to an extensive briefing session specifically about Hunter Biden and Burisma. Once again, Stefanik caught a political operative in their network of lies. {LINK}

    Having watched events closely it is obvious Elise Stefanik is a smart young representative with serious skills to see through the chaff, countermeasures and false narratives advanced by political left.

    Hence, as if on cue, the entire apparatus of the political left began attacking their #1 new enemy. Today the unholy alliance of corrupt political operatives and the allied media went on the attack.



  86. Sharkly says:

    I am thinking that you are a “legs guy”
    It might look that way from what I posted, but I like it all. When I post four photos of women with bare legs, you think I’m a leg connoisseur. But if I were to post four photos of women with wonderful bare breasts, or delicious hoo-hoos, you’d delete my post, ban me from the site, and seriously question my Christian faith. No, I like it all, boobs of all sizes, beautiful faces, reasonably sized booty.
    Now I don’t possess some people’s foot fetish. They’re just feet to me! I fail to be able to see them in a sexual way. But I might find super ugly feet to be an unappealing aspect on a nice total package. And for the record, I prefer white women, not heavily tanned, but pale. I prefer brunettes, blondes, and raven haired, not red, blue, or purple haired Feminists. I find all tattoos and piercings to be a fault and blemish.
    In fact, I prefer what I married. Not only did I “physically” get what I wanted, but like a baby goose, I “imprinted” on my wife’s goodies and found myself adoring her specifics. When her intimacy-anorexia got bad and she was “distancing” me and withholding all affection, only changing in a locked room, and the church gave up on our marriage and counselling us, I found myself resorting to finding the photos of porn models who looked exactly like my wife.
    I was still trying to enjoy what I had been vowed and was being denied by her. And the church refused to be the church, but just abdicated the love of Christ to allow Feminist rebellion instead. The great whore is a willing partaker in my wife’s sin against me, and keeps me exposed to satanic temptation by allowing her to defraud me without lifting a finger to call her to repentance, but instead they give me shit for not willingly accepting that God created men to be cuckolded by Christ professing whores. LOL And those satanic churchian whores somehow imagine that they can shame me back. LOL They imagine I’ll be the cuckolded guy in “fireproof” again. LOL I already tried that, it wasn’t the solution. When God burns them alive for all of eternity, I’m going to be in full agreement with God on that. I’m not like them. And although they refuse to see or acknowledge it. My life will stand as a testimony against them. I have given up my life, like Christ for my bride. Daily I pick up my cross and bear it up the narrow way, and all they can do is accuse and slander my righteous example. Now my posts here were an attempt at humor, and appreciation for God’s last creation, but rest assured, I live in the anguish of a tormented soul, desperately trying to turn my wife from hell while there may still be time. Please pray for her repentance.

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