What Is Their Problem?

Stephanie said,

” One point, none of the females talks any shit about their husbands, to criticize a husband is to criticize your own family. To my knowledge, my wife has never talked badly behind my back to her family.
Her religion also comes down heavy on wives who do not measure up to honorable standards of behavior”

Man I wish American women behaved this way. This is my biggest pet peeve when in groups – and it’s even in the most conservative group I’ve been able to find (large homeschooling families w/ no birth control mostly). It’s a huge disappointment.

Why, yes it is.  Of course, among the Feminist types, it is typically much worse.  Poor fellas.  One wonders what is wrong with these women…

First of all, one might suggest to these women, “You married him, what does that say about you?”  That probably won’t go over well.  Probably nothing will go over well.  These types of women are for all practical purposes, broken.

How did they get that way?  There are probably many paths, but they most all flow through entitlement.   My Mom never would have done that with respect to my Dad.  She was also appreciative of every thing that she had.   Is this a coincidence?  I think not.  She was also happy.

Back to these women; does it make them feel better to bitch about their husbands?  It might give them a temporary rush, but it surely doesn’t make them happier in the long run.  You can choose to be happy, or not (within reason).  They choose poorly.

Posted in FarmBoy, Feminism, Trainwreck
121 comments on “What Is Their Problem?
  1. Sharkly says:

    Yes, it is divine-level-entitlement. The women think they are goddesses, and that they can do no wrong, and that their husbands aren’t worthy to be with them.

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  2. horsemanbombadil says:

    Deti said
    “That’s why “we men hate women” scares the shit out of me. Because that inches us toward “we will not protect women from bad men”. “we will not protect women from exposure, starvation, war, rape, famine, or pestilence”. “We will not protect children”. “We will not take women in or shield them from harm”.

    It doesnt even have to get to we hate women.

    Just as deti went on to say “How much worse will it get before we get to a critical mass of men dropping out leading to economic ripple effects?”

    Dnt forget the workforce demographic timebomb about to go off.

    20% of the work age men 20-65 working today will, not might, will retire in ten years, 15 tops as boomers hit 65-70. Btw according to BLS the average retirement age is 63 not the wished for 65-67.

    And the labour participation rate is 65%. So you can only replace 12% of the 20% leaving or in other words 8-10% gone.

    Imagine without anything else going on….
    1 in every 10 men literally does not exist in society to work, provide, protect, tax.
    That is at todays levels of involvement i.e shlubs draft horsing, cucks marrying 30 somethings.

    Replace with immigration…But from where? Every western 1st world country has the same or worse demographics. Sure immigrants doing Mcjobs and yes some have skills but in general…the hard workers: miners, farmers, utility men, and the skilled workers: engineers, mechanics, techs. Immigration is only from the low skilled third world.

    Now lets talk about the pissed off. Not just at feminism. At the system, at politics.
    Easy to add in say 10% for f.i.r.e, mgtow, minimalism or just plain pissed off and checked out.

    So its not far fetched to see 10%+10% of working men just gone.

    20% or 1 in 5 men that work today….gone. Not protesting, rioting, doing bad things. Not actively destroying.

    Just gone, not there.
    In their tiny houses, doing minimal to get by.
    Not protecting, repairing, producing, taxing.
    Not doing anything but not contributing to society.
    Good little non violent hermits

    Now for the plow horses still left….add in a drop in productivity from disincentives….

    It wont need hatred.

    Just the sheer numbers gone to retirement, old age, death or just not participating

    Think about it ladies. Even with men participating at todays level one in ten men in your office, shops, streets…poof…gone. And more and more are saying fuck it every day. So add another one.

    “we will not protect women from bad men”. “we will not protect women from exposure, starvation, war, rape, famine, or pestilence”. “We will not protect children”. “We will not take women in or shield them from harm”.
    That wont be a choice or malice or a movement. Just lack of warm bodies

    We literally will not be there active in society to protect or do or make.

    But the bad men and the weather and the lack of food and all the other natural dangers will still be there. Because they are always there, forces of nature. Always there.

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  3. horsemanbombadil says:

    So on s lighter note (and apropos)

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  4. horsemanbombadil says:

    Actually read the lyrics from a red pill lens

    Well, you can tell by the way I use my walk
    I’m a woman’s man, no time to talk
    Music loud and women warm, I’ve been kicked around
    Since I was born

    And now it’s alright, it’s okay
    And you may look the other way
    We can try to understand
    The New York Times’ effect on man

    Whether you’re a brother or whether you’re a mother
    You’re stayin’ alive, stayin’ alive
    Feel the city breakin’ and everybody shakin’
    And we’re stayin’ alive, stayin’ alive
    Ah, ha, ha, ha, stayin’ alive, stayin’ alive
    Ah, ha, ha, ha, stayin’ alive


  5. horsemanbombadil says:

    Im goin nowhere
    Somebody help me,
    Somebody help me care
    Im goin nowhere
    Somebody help me care

    Just being alive


  6. whiteguy1 says:

    Stayin Alive. Set a PR today, squatted 405lbs! Not bad for a 45 yr old! That shit is HEAVY.

    I will give one thing to Crazy, she never bitched about me until the end behind my back, she always did it to my face, so that was somethin…LoL

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  7. h0neyc0mb says:

    Good work on that PR.


  8. b g says:

    Hmmm, many, if not most, of the second wave feminist leaders were Marxist-Leninist. After three generations of their lies, most women and too many men are essentially brainwashed. Even those wise enough to resist the nonsense are to some extent influenced,

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  9. Jack says:

    “To my knowledge, my wife has never…”

    FB, are you sure Stephanie said that? Or maybe Stephanie was quoting her husband?


  10. Cheque d'Out says:

    Ah well. It was good while it lasted. He dead.

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  11. Farm Boy says:

    I don’t remember if this was already posted, but here is some more Laurence Fox

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  12. So, Hollywood was patting themselves on the back again the other night and people got upset that the Stranger Things girl (who is 15 yrs old) looked too mature in this outfit:

    Personally, I’d be upset that she resembles a young Bruce Jenner. Looks like she could chew lug nuts and spit out washers with that jaw.

    “It’s everything I kind of wanted,” Brown said in an interview with People. “I definitely wanted to go for a masculine, but very feminine look – and they got it right as per usual.”

    Huh? That is one confused kid. But, she’s surrounded by freaks and weirdos 24/7 so she doesn’t really have a chance to be not confused.


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  13. Cheque d'Out says:

    BBC news programme looks into the future of the BBC including a studio debate among BBCites. The very definition of objectivity and good journalism

    The ABBC loves to claim that because there are complaints of bias come from the right and left, it must be doing things right. Clearly a bollicular argument


  14. Cheque d'Out says:

    I assume that the Doom Goblin tried to shiv him afterwards

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  15. Liz says:

    “It’s everything I kind of wanted,” Brown said in an interview with People. “I definitely wanted to go for a masculine, but very feminine look – and they got it right as per usual.”
    Huh? That is one confused kid

    “She” (are we sure?) probably bought the dress at the last Gucci men’s fashion show.

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  16. Farm Boy says:

    An unidentified black man — who I suspect is about to become an internet video sensation — announced to laughs from the crowd, “I am Governor Ralph Northam and I am in blackface today.”


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  17. Liz says:

    An unidentified black man — who I suspect is about to become an internet video sensation — announced to laughs from the crowd, “I am Governor Ralph Northam and I am in blackface today.”

    Someone needs to do this for Trudeau.

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  18. Farm Boy says:

    Washington state Democrats are pushing a bill that would make sure kindergartners will learn about sex starting in 2022.



  19. Farm Boy says:

    UFC champion Conor McGregor expressed strong support for President Donald Trump on Monday night, saying that he was a phenomenal president and possibly the greatest of all time.



  20. Liz says:

    Washington state Democrats are pushing a bill that would make sure kindergartners will learn about sex starting in 2022.


  21. Farm Boy says:

    CLINTON: “I bring you greetings from my wife who, according to ‘The Washington Post’ last week, has now been the most exonerated person in history.



  22. Liz says:

    Per the topic, we are our habits.
    Exercise regularly until it becomes a habit, and when you don’t do it, it feels strange (and not very good).
    Communities cultivate habits.
    If you’re surrounded by fatties, there is a good degree of likelihood you will get fatter.
    And so on.
    There are different pilot communities within the USAF too. Depending on the airframe.
    I was noting this just last week while visiting friends. His wife didn’t get along with the “group C” people, her husband was an F15 guy but a different group and all those C folks are showing and materialistic and kinda fake, in her estimation.
    At any rate (I do have a point)

    Complaining is a habit too. When one surround oneself with people who get the Jay Oh Bee (JOB dat) done without bitching much (or at all), it feels strange and wrong to bitch. When one is around chronic bitchers, it has the opposite effect.
    This is why fatness, materialism, divorce are all “catchy”.

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  23. https://moon-child.net/this-129-ways-to-get-a-husband-article-from-1958-shows-how-much-the-world-has-changed-1/

    Hmm, be pleasant and agreeable. Put some effort into your appearance. Be somebody he’d actually want to be with.


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  24. Washing Post declares Bill Clinton World’s Sexiest Man!


  25. “When Hillary tells someone “Good-bye”, she means it.”

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  26. “Scientifically speaking, a woman’s boobs should come out to here, otherwise that’s a man, baby!”

    [Huge tracts of land best they are]

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  27. “Keep a firm grip, using both hands. Otherwise, she might get away.”

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  28. Farm Boy says:

    U.S.—Somber members of the press offered their thoughts and prayers that someone would start some violence at the gun rights rally in Virginia today.


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  29. Farm Boy says:

    The Babylon Bee Editorial Board Endorses That Lady Who Screamed At The Sky During Trump’s Inauguration For The Democratic Primary


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  30. Farm Boy says:

    ANOTHER Sanders Staffer Calls for Violent Revolution: ‘Guillotine the Rich,’ Throw Republicans in Gulags



  31. Cheque d'Out says:

    That’s my heart broken, right there.

    [Improve Emily’s chances this does?]

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  32. Cheque d'Out says:

    Good find, Kentucky

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  33. Cheque d'Out says:

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  34. https://www.dailywire.com/news/aoc-demonizes-business-owners-theyre-lazy-slave-owners-employees-literally-dying

    “You made that money off the backs of single mothers and all these people who are literally dying because they can’t afford to live and so no one ever makes a billion dollars,” Ocasio-Cortez continued. “You take a billion dollars and all of that to say, is that it’s, and I’m not here to villainize and to say that billionaires are inherently morally corrupt – but they are, I mean, I think there is a case, but um, but, it’s not to say that, it’s to say that this system that we live in, life in capitalism, always ends in billionaires. If you don’t do it, someone else will. It’s who decides to make that choice is just kind of up to, you know, circumstance.”

    So, what are some of the main problems with representative democracy? See above.

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  35. Cheque d'Out says:

    I’m assured that Laurence knows that Jarvis is a parody account (the flatmate of Titania McGrath)

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  36. Larry G says:

    (CNN)The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is expected to announce this afternoon that the first case of Wuhan coronavirus has been reported in the United States, in Washington state, a federal source outside the CDC tells CNN.
    The source is involved in the matter and was made aware of a CDC media briefing scheduled for later today.


    We may have bigger fish to fry fairly soon, kids

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  37. Cheque d'Out says:

    “[Improve Emily’s chances this does?]”

    I fear that our hopes in that direction are also destined to be dashed. Last I heard, the adorable Jess had more support than the enchanting Emily. And, as I wrote, Foghorn just left the contest.

    I share the sadness of all here

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  38. Farm Boy says:

    Is Titania McGrath really a parody account? It is difficult to tell

    Liked by 1 person

  39. Farm Boy says:

    I like this one best

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  40. Farm Boy says:

    “It’s a society where nobody wants to get married and people can’t afford to have children,” said Wang Feng, a professor of sociology at the University of California, Irvine. “On a deeper level, you would have to think about what kind of society China will become, not just demographically, but socially.”


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  41. And also a lot of so-called conservatives…

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  42. Hollywood is over, and they did it to themselves, so no sympathy.

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  43. Farm Boy says:

    Glorious Patriarch,

    What can we do to advance Emily Thornberry’s campaign?

    Should I write a post on how sexy she is?


  44. Cheque d'Out says:

    If you have the stomach to write it, I’ll summon the intestinal fortitude to read it.
    Trigger warning the images though, there are limits.

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  45. Farm Boy says:

    Former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton claimed there was no way she could have known about Harvey Weinstein’s history of alleged sexual assault, despite multiple women saying they warned her campaign.



  46. Cheque d'Out says:

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  47. Cheque d'Out says:

    That didn’t take long


  48. Farm Boy says:

    We need to boost the prospects of the above candidate, Emily Thornberry, for Labour Party Leader. Any ideas?


  49. Ame says:

    rant …

    so … a year and a half ago, when Aspie Girl went to the ER while at camp in another city for her anaphylactic allergy to that food thing … it took me about six months to get all the bills paid thru both the primary and secondary insurances. but they were paid.

    today … i get a bill from a collection agency saying we owe sixty somethin dollars, and i know we don’t. i pulled my records, and sure enough, that exact amount was paid by secondary insurance.

    the collection agency wants me to fax a record of that.

    first … i’m calling the hospital tomorrow. i am not happy. they screwed up and sent this to collection over a year later with no prior notice to me?!!!

    they’d best be glad i’ll have a night’s sleep first.

    this is ridiculous.

    the collection agency kept trying to force me to negotiate down to $50.00, but i refused, and they kept pushing, and i kept refusing and asking for more info.

    so i’m thinking … how many people double pay in situations like this? probably a lot.

    i hate this mess … the whole medical/insurance system is totally screwed up.


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  50. Ame says:

    reading that “129 Ways to Get a Husband” from the ’50’s …

    #6. Read the obituaries to find eligible widowers.


    #9. Sit on a park bench and feed the pigeons.


  51. Ame says:

    #14. Be nice to everybody – they may have an eligible brother or son.

    that should end with, Be nice to everybody. period. kindness and respect matter.

    #20. Don’t take a job in a company run large by women.

    that’s just wise advice, period.

    #31. Stumble when you walk into a room that he’s in.

    LOL! every.single.chick.book has at least ONE scene where the chick falls and he catches her. the other scene that every.single.chick.book has is the man smelling her hair.

    #34. Wear a band-Aid. People always ask what happened.

    LOL! So … what do you say? “Ummm … I was wearing this just so you’d talk to me and ask what happened!” lol!

    #47. “Accidentally” have your purse fly open, scattering its contents all over the street.

    ummm … best be careful what those contents are! lol!

    #58. Get a sunburn.

    ummm … someone will have to explain that one to me 🙂

    #80. Talk to his father about business and agree that taxes are too high.


    #82. On the first date tell him you’re not thinking of getting married!

    LOL! ummm … i don’t think that’s a good idea! lol!

    #110. Point out to him that the death rate of single men is twice that of married men.


    #114. Stow away on a battleship.


    #115. Rent a billboard and post your picture and telephone number on it.


    #116. Paint your name and number on roof and say, “Give me a buzz, Pilots!”


    #121. Stand on a busy street corner with a lasso.


    #128. Let it be known in your office that you have a button box and will sew on bachelors’ loose buttons.
    #129. Don’t marry him if he has too many loose buttons!


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  52. horsemanbombadil says:

    The medical officer of health who I worked with closely was also the Chief at York Central the hospital most hit by SARS. His recommendation for a community wide outbreak plan was 1 page.

    “If it is containable, follow the management of the Ontario Health Agency (CDC) and it will be contained in short order.

    If it is the next Spanish Flu i.e. highly virulent and high mortality, then it is not containable and it will run its course before burning out naturally regardless of what measures are brought to bear.”

    SARS for all the hype was contained within weeks, did not spread within the general population and had a mortality rate under 2%.

    Ebola has a high mortality but a very low contagion rate as you basically have to get blood in an open wound.

    A true killer outbreak is extremely difficult. It needs very specific and rare combination

    1. A long asymptomatic incubation where victims shed virus before confining themselves due to symptoms (you are out shopping for a week wth only sniffles)

    2. High contagion via airborne or droplet. 95% of viruses die under 20 minutes outside the host. (Sneeze on the doorknob, in 20 minutes it would still be viable e.g. some MARSA)

    3. High mortality via organ specific failure rather than toxicity. E.g. pnemonia attacks lungs, Hep A the liver. (Why most bacterial infections are icky symptom wise but not fatal as they produce toxins broadly but don’t compromise any one organ).

    4. Adaptive mutation across the species barrier. Only 1 in 10,000 human viruses are totally new rna sequences. All others are variations e.g H1N1 was strong but a variation of the common H1N. A truly hard to diagnose, sequence and countetact would have to be a non human mutation that jumped the species barrier and thats mostly pigs and chickens. (Virtually all cats carry feline leukimia dormant. Genetically it is AIDS but it cannot jump from cat to human because of the differences in our cells)

    5. A complete lack of immune response as in your body has never seen anything remotely like it before. Again a cold is a cold is a cold but your body know how to fight a cold, it just takes a day to catch onto this particular one to create the right T cell.

    To meet all these conditions is beyond rare.

    Annual flu outbreaks are dangerous to the elderly, immume compromisef, infants. But to a healthy body there really is not much new under the sun when it comes to disease.

    If it ever was the big one, there is nothing you can do. Literally. You will be exposed unless you serve on a nuclear submarine at sea the whole time. (Even McMurdo in Antartica needs resupply)

    But even Spanish Flu and Bubonic Plague were only 20-25% mortality.

    Or in other words still double better odds than your marriage ending in divorce (50%)

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  53. horsemanbombadil says:

    And droplet has to move, within 20 minutes (for most under 1):

    1 From the carrier via sneeze, droplet, nose to hand

    2 To a non porous, hard surface (why you sneeze into your arm, the fabric traps most of the girus)

    3 to your body usually the hands

    4 To (this is the kicker) your mucus membranes (eyes, nose, mouth)

    Masks? Good but 50% of transmission is via eyes as entry point

    Wanna not get sick?


    Handwash sure. But your skin is incredibly unenterable, impervious.
    Its via your soft tissues.

    So Stop Touching Your Face!!!

    Dare you. The average person scratches their nose, brushes their hair, rubs their eyes, touches their chin every 8-10 minutes. Try it. You can’t not.

    Airborne droplet is max 3 feet for sneeze, 1 foot for just breathing. Other than your family who is that close to you? Breathing on you? In your eyes or mouth? Eww.

    Nope its surfaces. Doorknobs and handrails and chairs #1. What in public do you put your hands on? That other people touch? Bingo!!

    And then within 5 minutes….To The Face!!

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  54. Cill says:

    What can we do to advance Emily Thornberry’s campaign?

    Should I write a post on how sexy she is?

    Eh?? You’re talking about the blimp?

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  55. Cheque d'Out says:

    Even Boris has given up on The Big M. Sorry kidz

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  56. Liz says:

    Washing Post declares Bill Clinton World’s Sexiest Man!

    He’s an absolute dream!
    (that kind of dream that’s really a nightmare, where you keep trying to wake up but something out of night of the living dead eats off your face but keeps you alive so he can sell your organs to China through a black market “foundation”)

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  57. Liz says:

    absolute dream= dreams after drinking a bottle of Absolute.

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  58. Jon Caldara, a conservative columnist for the Denver Post, was fired after writing a column his editor didn’t like. The editor, Megan Schrader, isn’t saying why she fired Caldara or what was wrong with his column. Caldara thinks he was fired because his column disputed the notion that there are more than two sexes. He also says Schrader told him he was the paper’s most read columnist.

    He hurt Meg’s feelings, so now he’s fired.

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  59. Cheque d'Out says:

    Talking about 1917. The film and the truth.

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  60. “These people are recognizable us.”

    Yes, that means everything. EVERYTHING!

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  61. Farm Boy says:

    Nigel is unapologetic toward the Empire. I like this

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  62. https://www.thecollegefix.com/another-college-ditches-girls-only-programs-after-crusading-professor-files-complaints/

    I thought this was an interesting comment from the linked post above:

    I wrote a letter to the person in charge of the Midwest Athletic Conference to bring attention to the following injustice: the sports programs handed out at basketball games include the weight and height of men but only the height of women. The response I got indicated schools should “exercise best practices.”

    Now why wouldn’t they list the female athletes weights?


  63. https://www.washingtontimes.com/quiz/2015/feb/11/us-citizenship-test-could-you-pass/

    Missed one. Back when I was a 4th grader I think I would have gotten the exact same score. In fact I think everyone in my class would have done as well or better. I wonder how many 4th graders would pass today.


  64. https://www.washingtontimes.com/quiz/2020/jan/16/pass-elements-periodic-table-test/

    Missed 4, dammit. But some of them were, “who TF cares?” type questions.


  65. b g says:

    Dunno, but it looks way, way too scary for this old cowboy ;-D

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  66. Sumo says:

    Missed 4, dammit. But some of them were, “who TF cares?” type questions.


    And I’m Canadian. 😀

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  67. Ok it’s now gone from clown show to… I am not even sure what would capture the total and absolute rediculousness! Praying we have reached peak stupid! I can only imagine what between now and Nov. will look like otherwise…. 2016 looks almost nostalgically tame in comparison, and I thought then we were at peak stupid!

    End rant… I should probably just stop following politics! lol.

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  68. “I should probably just stop following politics!”

    Yes, you should. You’ll be much, much happier.

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  69. Question: what comes after black pill? I may be there. lol.

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  70. I thought I’d already put in a snarky reply to this image, but I guess I forgot to hit send.

    Anyway, even at 50-something years old, I’m 100% sure I could whip those three ladies altogether in less than 30 seconds. And I’m just a regular guy. Who “likes” puppy and dog memes.

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  71. Cheque d'Out says:

    Not enough popcorn in the world

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  72. Cheque d'Out says:

    “Question: what comes after black pill? I may be there. lol.”

    Welcome to the pool party. Grab a drink and some popcorn

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  73. Cheque d'Out says:

    I love Emily

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  74. https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/father-chokes-coyote-death-after-series-attacks-new-hampshire-n1118966

    Not meaning to brag, but I know a guy who got steak for dinner and blowjob for dessert last Monday night.

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  75. The Hound

    The Mountain

    The Spider

    The Fivebellies

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  76. Cheque d'Out says:

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  77. Cheque d'Out says:

    Another flashback there. Oh and trigger warning and all that

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  78. Cheque d'Out says:

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  79. Cill says:

    Nigel is unapologetic toward the Empire. I like this

    The apologists focus on the bad (along with anti-Americanism, it is focal to the hate-the-white-man crusade). Notwithstanding the obvious exceptions, there was far more good than bad. Overall the net value of the British Empire is well into the positive .

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  80. Cheque d'Out says:

    Lady Nugee is just like us plebs

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  81. Cheque d'Out says:

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  82. I’m not she she “owned” him, but I’m pretty sure she did the best thing by ignoring him. Kinda hard to twist that, even for CNN.

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  83. Farm Boy says:

    Laurence Fox nailed his colours to the latter mast this weekend, doubling down on his defence of the privileged white male on last week’s Question Time to a Sunday Times article under the banner “Why I won’t date ‘woke’ women”. Toby Young piled in, applauding how Fox was “terrorising the Wokerati”, while the Sun last weekend branded Harry and Meghan “the oppressive King and Queen of Woke”.

    For those who would broadly consider themselves woke, the word has been weaponised against them.



  84. BuenaVista says:

    I had the trite experience today of:

    I’m standing outside (waiting for the taxi) the entrance to the library, which is on a hill/decline. Very late middle aged, or early elderly, woman the size of a refrigerator is tip-toeing down the hill because it’s very slick with snow and ice. She looks terrified, remarks on the weather, and I move to her side to give her an arm. (I’m in canvas etc wearing lugged Red Wings.)

    “I don’t need your help!” she says.


    “Good luck with the fucking door,” I do *not* say.

    My taxi is there. Watches the whole deal. I keep forgetting how absolutely everyone knows everyone in this village. I sit down, say, “Hi, Scott. I guess she has too many friends.”

    He goes Peak White Knight and informs me that she’s struggling with a recent divorce, victim victim victim, and I shouldn’t worry about it.

    I *do* say, “I’m not worried about it, and when she falls next time I’ll just watch while she tries to stand up.”

    Remainder of the ride passes in silence. I can’t stand suck-up male feminists. I become very acid-tongued and lose my debonair, charming, helpful mien.


    We’re beyond the tipping point. It’s feminine primary now. Just as Deti can’t hire an executive secretary who will work 10 hours a day for 30 years (to support a male or female attorney who works 12 -15 (more if s/he litigates) for 40 years, you can’t walk into any place (school, library, social services, even a grocery store) and not understand that the place is run for the other sex’s benefit. Sure, a few employ a few “men”, but I say “men” in scare quotes for a reason.

    Basically, in a feminine-primary, feminist-imperative space, men are illegal immigrants. Or they’re castratos like the taxi driver.

    The only intelligent thing to do is keep your head down if you have to work with women, or make sure you create a company, business or farm where you don’t have to interact with them.

    Because, like the Victim Victiim Victim lady, they’re going to fall down and need help getting up. Kindness is optional.



    One reason things are so unpleasant is that any woman over 30, who wasn’t raised in the projects or a meth lab, wasn’t raised to be #stunningandpowerful shrieking banshees of intersexual doom. So it’s like they’re 12, and trying on different hats from their father’s closet, and pretending to be different people. They just haven’t got the Bitch from Hell routine, routinized, yet. That’s right. This is just the dress rehearsal phase.

    Number of women who tell other women to shut up and sit down and pretend to be pleasant? Zero.

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  85. Farm Boy says:

    It seems that Emily doesn’t need our help. She is doing fine on her own

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  86. BuenaVista says:

    I was reading about a bizarre executive situation with the corporation that runs the Grammys. There was an unclear thought squeaking in the back of my head, like an old windmill in a steady wind. Granted, I am a little fuzzy these days owing to past misadventures, but I couldn’t get the nagging thought out of my head.

    So here’s the situation.

    Woman is hired as CEO to run the Recording Academy, parent of the Grammys, their annual show being 10 days away.

    She started Aug 1, 2019. By December 16, 2019 (4.5 months of employment):

    She has accused the board, both corporate counsel firms, senior staff of dishonesty, self-dealing, inflated fees; a fancy version of pay-to-play, i.e., nominees have business relationships with people who nominate them; her secretary has filed a complaint with HR for abuse; settlement and separation severance are under review, amounts in the $millions for blowing up the company in four months. Broadly, it sounds like the staff They don’t settle.

    On January 16, 2020, she ups the ante and files a complaint with the EEOC and accuses the prior CEO of raping a “foreign artist”. She also accuses one of the corporate attorneys of sexual harassment: she (with a straight face, presumably) complains that he routinely used the word “baby” in her presence, and after a dinner three months before she was hired, he tried to kiss her.

    Of course they “suspended” her last week. Various people are taking the #MeToo line, i.e., she must be telling the truth, because women never lie. The organization is in shambles after a few months with their biggest day of the year around the corner. Gee, I wonder if they’ll move a self-celebrating woman, who ran a vanity project for Bono, from NYC again to be their CEO?

    Ah, NYC woman … windmill stops. I dated Deborah Dugan fifteen years ago. Not for very long, mind you. God threw me a dispensation. In my defense, I insist that I aged better than she did.


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  87. Cheque d'Out says:

    She’s alright, I guess, but she ain’t no Emily.

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  88. Cheque d'Out says:

    We’ll see


  89. Ame says:

    Very late middle aged, or early elderly, woman the size of a refrigerator is tip-toeing down the hill because it’s very slick with snow and ice. She looks terrified, remarks on the weather, and I move to her side to give her an arm. (I’m in canvas etc wearing lugged Red Wings.)

    “I don’t need your help!” she says.


    that makes me so angry.

    why do they have to be so mean and cruel? i don’t care what your history is, being mean and cruel is not an option. it would be different if she had shied away out of fear b/c some man in her life was beating the crap outa her – but that is a whole different reaction.

    – – –

    with the new Baby in our family … and several friends posting lots of pics of grandbabies … was thinking that people always say of baby girls, “She’s SO STRONG! My baby Girl is going to be STRONG!”

    what do they say about baby boys? he’s going to be kind and gentle and handsome.

    ummm … that’s all backwards.


  90. Ame says:

    the company my Husband works for has been bought out several times in the last ten years. the time before the last, they put in a woman as head. she put as many women in places of leadership as possible. she messed things up. they got rid of her. but all those other stupid women were left in all those leadership positions. grrr. and they’re terrible.


  91. Farm Boy says:

    Some comments caught in spam by Whiteguy, Sharkly and Stephanie have been released

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  92. Ame says:

    i so wish i could show y’all this pic of my Grand Niece with her Daddy … it’s to drool over! SOOO sweet!

    thankfully, my Niece has made intentional choices to *not* be like her mother with men. she wanted to be with one man her whole life, and for that man to be her one N count. and she consciously nurtures her marriage and is committed to it. and … she married well – a strong, masculine man. this little girl will grow up in a two-parent home where her Daddy is respected and honored.

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  93. BuenaVista says:

    Congratulations on the New Niece, Ame. Babies = Big Bueno.

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  94. Cheque d'Out says:

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  95. Ame says:

    thank you, BV! she’s ADORABLE!!!

    i haven’t met her in person yet, but my Beloved Niece face-timed me while holding her … sooo sweet!

    [“Face-timed me” sounds kinky it does]

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  96. Cheque d'Out says:

    Old, ugly but stout

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  97. horsemanbombadil says:

    Bloom “Question: what comes after black pill? I may be there. lol.”

    Bombadil pill
    Not giving a fuck except about your own little world where you are the Master and then being flippant and mocking the outside world.

    “You have no power over me.’


  98. Farm Boy says:

    Hunter Biden is defying a court order to disclose his financial information as part of a child support fight while renting a $3.8 million designer home in Hollywood Hills, Los Angeles, for $12,000 per month.


    Maybe Meghan will dump Harry and move in with him


  99. horsemanbombadil says:

    Other than blood kin and animals I do not help, offer help, advise or even acknowledge the situation.

    Men can handle the situation. Wamenz don’t need help from a married, straight, white guy. And soyboy/cuck/knights are just too funny to watch.

    I do have yet another rescue barn kitten curled up on the mantle. Friend found her 8 weeks old in a loading dock in the industrial park. We are now outnumbered 12:2 critters to humans.

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  100. Farm Boy says:

    LOS ANGELES, CA—Local socialist man Brandon Paul was doing some gardening in his front yard this morning when he had a really good idea: to step on a rake.

    He’d previously stepped on 79 other rakes, each time resulting in the gardening implement smacking him in the face. But those times weren’t “real stepping on a rake,” he insisted.


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  101. Ame says:

    I do have yet another rescue barn kitten curled up on the mantle. Friend found her 8 weeks old in a loading dock in the industrial park. We are now outnumbered 12:2 critters to humans.



  102. Cill says:

    FB I prepared a draft.

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