When I was in my late teens and early twenties, I was watching women, trying to make sense of it all.  I was told all sorts of things, that women were wonderful, were nice, were moral, were caring, etc.   I noticed that this was not exactly the case.  I couldn’t really put together a good model of what the situation was; with that being an embarrassment to me now.   But I did notice that large swaths of women, far far more than the majority, were everything but wonderful, nice, moral and caring.

So I wondered if there were actually good women out there.  After contemplation, I surmised that the answer was yes.  But how would I ever find one?  Based on what seemed to be the percentages, I thought that it would be just too hard, so I more or less just gave up for a long time.

But what drove the nail in the coffin was that almost all of the women that I saw were just not appealing from the character/morality/femininity perspective.  They were terrible ambassadors for women in general.  So it wasn’t just the long odds that were a driving force; it was the rather sour taste that women in general had given me.

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110 comments on “Ambassadors
  1. Sharkly says:

    99% of women make the rest of them look bad.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Farm Boy says:

    I don’t quite think it is that bad, but you have a point


  3. Ame says:

    i’d agree it’s not *that* bad. i think the good ones are simply not visible – they’re not obnoxious, they’re not doing stupid things to bring attention to themselves, and their husbands are happy so have no need to look for answers as to why women are screwing things up.


  4. Sharkly says:

    What is it with Asians and beautiful blond white kids?
    Blonde hair (at least in Korea) is considered “lucky”.

    Prior to puberty, I was a towhead. I moved to South Korea in 1976 while in first grade. Koreans would cross a four lane highway just to come rub my head, look into my blue eyes, and blurt out some English phrase they had learned in school. They often would ask me if the whole world looked blue to me, or they would tell me they had never seen a blond person in color before. Most of their TVs were black and white. They loved to pet my hairy forearms, and compare me to an animal. The women often asked if my really long eyelashes were real, and they got tugged on a couple of times. I learned to speak Korean quickly yet they’d always talk about me in Korean assuming I didn’t speak Korean. Children had very low status in Korean society, so I often got to be the impromptu freak-show. “Hey everybody, look what I found! An American boy!” Then they’d drag me around to a few other shops showing me to all their friends and neighbors. A mini-celebrity I was.

    They’d also offer me food, dried and salted seaweed, kimchee, or a jelly doughnut with red bean paste instead of jelly. And not a single one of them could say my name correctly no matter how many times they tried, they are apparently just not able to make that combination of sounds. So I used something similar that they could actually say, as my name.

    I never knew I was considered “lucky”, but that might explain why the women always wanted me to touch or hold their babies. At the time, I was a bit of a germaphobe and thought babies were disgusting. Korea, 40 years ago, did not really lend itself to my being a very successful germaphobe. LOL A snot oozing baby was my kryptonite, and somehow they always seemed to relish making me touch them. Damn! I even had to do a Christmas program at a leper colony, and I still cringe thinking about all the lepers greeting us kids afterwards. They had such big smiles, while I was stifling absolutely sheer terror!

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  5. Liz says:

    Whoa, 1976 was the year of the axe murder at the DMZ.
    How long did you live there, Sharkly?
    I was there a year. Taught English in the Songtan schools and institutes. Got sicker there than I’ve ever been in my life (walking pneumonia that just wouldn’t go away for months…since the docs would revolve out every three months or so medical care kinda sucked…long story there). Strange place, hygiene wise. It was bad manners to blow your nose into a tissue, but perfectly fine to hock up a large sputum and spit it…wherever. Gah.

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  6. Sharkly says:

    Yes, it was quite tense at the DMZ then. I was there from 1976-1982. Seoul was quite polluted, so everybody was hawking up yellow loogies and spitting them all around. I got quite good with my aim. I once read a part for a series of English language recordings. I’ll always wonder how many Korean kids had to listen to me later and try to interpret what I was saying. I drank the water and didn’t get sick from it. But I did get scarlet fever and impetigo while I was there. I remember watching the antiaircraft battery up the hill from my house light up the night sky with tracers, and found out the next morning that a couple people had been killed by the falling bullets. I heard about the “blackbird” from my teacher long before Ronald Reagan announced it. I thought she was crazy at the time. LOL She really was crazy, but, just not about that. I didn’t go to the DUD school. I went to SFS. I spent a couple summers on Cheju. I almost drowned at Hyeop-jae Beach, but a Korean young man saved my brother and I. Note to self: Don’t let your older brother lead you out onto a submerged sandbar as the tide comes in, when you can’t swim, and he can’t beat the current with a rider on his back.

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  7. b g says:

    “i think the good ones are simply not visible…”

    Sadly, they are not visible because there are so bloody few of them. They were not common even fifty years ago and have been increasingly scarce since. The female herd has willingly been brainwashed for three generations by feminist Marxist-Leninist indoctrination The few wise enough to have escaped seem to be as rare as unicorns,,.and so “worth far more than rubies” ;-D

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  8. Farm Boy says:

    Just a small-town boy
    Livin’ in a world of soy
    He took the midnight train goin’ anywhere

    Just a city boy
    Born and raised in South Detroit
    He took the midnight train goin’ anywhere

    A drag queen in a smokey room
    The smell of piss and feces fumes
    From the pile they can share the night
    It goes in and in, and in, and in

    Strangers waiting
    Up and down the boulevard
    Their buttocks shittin’ in the night

    Gay-bay people
    Livin’ just to find emotion
    Hidin’ somewhere in the night

    Workin’ hard to get my fill
    Everybody wants a thrill
    Payin’ anything to avoid AIDs just one more time

    Some will win, some will lose
    Some were born to sing the blues
    Oh, the movie never ends
    It goes on and on, and on, and on

    Strangers waiting
    Up and down the boulevard
    Taking long whizzes into the night

    Gay-Bay people
    Livin’ just to find their lotion
    Hidin’ somewhere in the night

    Don’t stop recevin’
    Hold on to it deep-in’
    Gay-Bay people

    Don’t stop heavin’
    Get it out
    Gay-Bay people

    Don’t stop deceivin’
    Better stop believen’
    Gay-Bay people

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  9. Sharkly says:

    My old nemesis Hyeopjae Beach. That might even be the same evil sandbar!

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  10. Farm Boy says:

    Where’s Emily?


  11. Cheque d'Out says:

    Not heard anything about Big Em. I think that everyone is just waiting for her to work out, perhaps via the polls, that nobody likes her or wants her as leader. #AwkwardTimes


  12. Farm Boy says:

    Like many such markets, it also sold wild animals enjoyed as culinary delicacies or used as traditional medicine—an ancient trade Beijing has continued to allow despite warnings that it caused a deadly coronavirus outbreak almost two decades ago, and could trigger another global epidemic


  13. Farm Boy says:

    Barack Obama called President Trump a “fascist” in a 2016 conversation with Hillary Clinton’s then-running mate, Sen. Tim Kaine, a new docu-series on Clinton reveals


  14. Cheque d'Out says:

    Angela ‘Crayons’ Raynor is getting concerned about her polling numbers. She’s released some glamour shots


  15. Farm Boy says:

    For insulting Islam, this 16-year-old girl, whom the Times tells us is “named only as Mila,” has been forced into hiding: “The 16-year-old has been advised to stay away from her lycée (sixth-form college) in southeast France after calls on the internet for her to be killed, raped or attacked.”

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  16. “When I was in my late teens and early twenties, I was watching women, trying to make sense of it all. I was told all sorts of things, that women were wonderful, were nice, were moral, were caring, etc. I noticed that this was not exactly the case. ”

    When I was the same age I thought I knew what I was looking for and what it would look like. I opened all the packages that seemed to be the right size and shape, but I would always then find that:

    1. The package was empty.

    2. The package was not empty, but was full of crazy.

    3. The package was full of demands on my time and resources with exceedingly little recompense for me.

    So basically all the packages had either been mis-labeled or were guilty of false advertising. Neither the FTC nor the Consumer Protection Bureau were willing to listen to my well-founded complaints.

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  17. This is the 16 yo girl hiding from Islam. I think she’d blend in at the circus, so maybe try that, mademoiselle…

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  18. I stopped watching the Walking Dead a long time ago. Never realized she looked like this when she wasn’t running away from zombies in the Georgia woods.


  19. When you find out that being a female journalist isn’t exactly the impregnable armor you thought it was …

    Washington Post journalist is suspended after tweeting a link to a 2016 story about Kobe Bryant’s rape case just hours after he died in helicopter crash

    Sonmez was roasted for a post hours after Kobe Bryant died in helicopter crash
    She tweeted link to a 2016 story about the 2003 rape allegations against Bryant
    Twitter users blasted Sonmez for the timing of the post, which she then deleted
    Sonmez replied that 10,000 people sent her ‘abuse and death threats’
    In 2003, a 19-year-old woman alleged that Bryant raped her in Colorado hotel
    The charges were dropped and the two sides settled a civil lawsuit

    Sonmez replied that 10,000 people sent her well-deserved ‘abuse and death threats’ -ed

    Suck it, Sonmez.


  20. Farm Boy says:

    A senior from Tulane University recently took to the pages of his student paper to proclaim that dressing and acting “professional” is racist … and “rooted in white supremacy.”


  21. Farm Boy says:

    Heaven help films that show shouting racial stereotypes, though. We’re learning that with the release of “The Gentlemen,” a film beyond the pale for select critics.


  22. Farm Boy says:

    “Another possibility is that journalists are a roomful of cats, and Trump is a prankster with a laser pointer and they’re jumping all over each other trying to get that infernal red dot, which keeps disappearing mysteriously and reappearing on the opposite wall.

    “But we’ll get it this time, the journalists yowl. Oh look, it’s over there. Come on, boys, after it!

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  23. More Mark Steyn goodness…

    For three years the question absorbing Swamp-dwellers has been: How did Trump get elected? According to Adam Schiff, the answer is the Russians. According to Hillary, the answer is sexism and/or Macedonian content farmers. According to the media, Trump “tapped into” a large segment of the American electorate’s ingrained sexism, racism, homophobia, transphobia and other assorted bigotries. If these fine fellows were genuinely interested to know how Trump got elected, the quickest way to the answer would be for them to look in the mirror: Trump is a symptom of you. No Russians or Macedonians are required: it’s because of you – the permanent governing class. If the only alternative to Hillary is Jeb, it’s hardly a surprise that there’s a stampede to the “Neither of the Above” box. And, if the only fellow waiting over there is Donald J Trump, so be it: that’s on you.

    National Review’s initial reaction to Donald Trump’s entry into the presidential race appeared a few hours after he launched his campaign under the headline ‘Witless Ape Rides Escalator’. Their condescension has got a little subtler since then, and it’s now gone long-form with an entire issue dedicated to the singular proposition: ‘Against Trump’.

    If the political culture forbids respectable politicians from raising certain topics, then the electorate will turn to unrespectable politicians.

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  24. Mike and Rich’s take:

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  25. My favorite pice of recent piano music:

    Terrific pairing with the old film piece.

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  26. Cheque d'Out says:


    A woman was in a coma. She had been in it for months.
    Nurses were in her room giving her a bed bath. One of them was washing her private area and noticed that there was a slight response on the monitor whenever she touched her there.
    They tried it again and sure enough, there was definite movement.
    They went to her husband and explained what happened, telling him, ‘As crazy as this sounds, maybe a little ‘Oral sex’ will do the trick and bring her out of the coma.’
    The husband was sceptical, but they assured him that they would close the curtains for privacy.
    The husband finally agreed and went into his wife’s room.
    After a few minutes the woman’s monitor flat-lined, no pulse, no heart rate. The nurses run back into the room.
    “What happened!?” they cried.
    The husband said, ‘I’m not sure, I think she choked.’

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  27. Cill says:

    So it wasn’t just the long odds [of finding a good woman] that were a driving force; it was the rather sour taste that women in general had given me.

    Yes, it’s the unattractiveness of women in this Feminist age. There is a line between repulsiveness of character and body. That line is now real fine. It could disappear. The features that distinguish women from men could be be seen as physically ugly by association. Ugliness by virtue not of soul but sex. It’s a line I haven’t allowed my mind to cross. If it happened to enough men the results could be final. I’m a dad. I can’t let it happen to me. But what if I wasn’t a dad?

    Feminists distinguish themselves by their handicapped intellect. They are too retarded to see these things.

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  28. Cheque d'Out says:

    New 50p piece released to celebrate Brexit

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  29. Cheque d'Out says:

    Loads of Remoaniacs are saying that they’ll not accept the new 50p pieces (I admit that the design above is not…completely accurate, but there will be one).

    The trolling opportunities are going to be brill


  30. Cill says:

    Cor. Imagine remainers seeing Nigel’s unsympathetic delight every time they thumb a 50p bit.

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  31. Cill says:

    Nigel’s grin does look like he couldn’t give a stuff about remainer sensitivities, me old mate.

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  32. Liz says:

    Anti-MLM video has a Nerium story.
    It’s no longer “Nerium” though! They realized they can peddle more product by getting into the vast as yet untapped (I kid, sarcasm dat) “healthcare and nutrition” market.
    What’s better than overpriced lotion made from oleander? Overpriced lotion plus overpriced little packets of fake sweetener sprayed with vitamins powder. Just put it in your water and watch your energy level weight loss relaxation….whatever increase exponentially and completely psychosomatically. Just like the lotion which works via the same mechanism!
    Human psychology is weird.

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  33. Liz says:

    Oh wait….in my longwinded (but not drunken, sadly) rant I forgot to mention the new name: Neora.
    Nerium is now Neora.

    [SkyNet now Genysis it is]

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  34. M says:

    Big “M” Thornberry

    Me neither in body nor spirit!

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  35. Cheque d'Out says:

    [Put this guy on Pence Piece you should]

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  36. Farm Boy says:

    I’m a cis woman in kind of a classic millennial sex pickle: I’m really repelled by heterosexuality politically and personally, but I’m also really into dick


  37. Farm Boy says:

    A woman who is the head of a venerable institution for management in Great Britain has a new parameter she would like to see implemented in offices: reduce the time men talk about sports.


  38. Farm Boy says:

    PELLA, IOWA – In a recent stump speech, current Democrat frontrunner Bernie Sanders addressed the growing crisis of loneliness in America. “Being lonely is a violation of the universal fundamental right not to be lonely,” declared Senator Sanders, adding that loneliness was the result of “the tyranny of the patriarchal, white supremacist, capitalist system creating too many opportunities to make individual choices.”

    Sanders assured the crowd that he was the only candidate who could stop this growing scourge with a simple, two-word solution.

    “My policies will end loneliness for all good Americans, especially women, people of color and the undocumented,” promised Sanders, “when they find themselves standing in bread lines, which is always a good thing. A good bread line not just a sign of a caring government. Long bread lines promote the sense of community and comradery by giving everyone the opportunity and time to get to know each other as they spend countless hours in line together.”

    The Senator went on to regale his fans with his memories of witnessing the heart-warming bonding effects of bread lines during his honeymoon in the Soviet Union.

    Sanders was later challenged at a press-conference when a member of the press asked him to clarify, how exactly bread lines would help end loneliness for the “underrepresented and marginalized gluten-free persons” known to abstain from bread products.

    The Democrat frontrunner’s retort was quick: “If you don’t like my two-word solution, I’ve got a three-word solution for you that is guaranteed to bring together people of all incomes, color, and sexual orientation, even better than bread lines: toilet paper lines.”


  39. Cheque d'Out says:

    The real design and the quintessential remoaniac


  40. Cill says:

    I’m a cis woman in kind of a classic millennial sex pickle: I’m really repelled by heterosexuality politically and personally, but I’m also really into dick

    Do I detect the fine hand of Babylon B or Titania McGrath or some such?

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  41. Cill says:

    I am already steeping the grain for a CDDU Brexit brew. It will be the Mother of all incapacitating beverages. The hand-crafted labels are ready to roll:

    CDDU Brexit 31 Jan 2020
    A Universal Beer for the Discerning Few

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  42. Cheque d'Out says:



  43. Cheque d'Out says:

    Apparently the words on the real 50p piece are a quote(ish) from Thomas Jefferson

    “Peace, commerce, and honest friendship with all nations…entangling alliances with none”

    Fine words.

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  44. Cheque d'Out says:

    Still…things could be worse. At least we have reasoned debate from remoaniacs that have completed the grieving process



  45. Cheque d'Out says:


  46. Cheque d'Out says:

    No thanks.


  47. Cheque d'Out says:

    The Brexiteer alternative to the EU’s anthem Ode to Joy. I prefer hearing neither TBH

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  48. Cheque d'Out says:


  49. Cheque d'Out says:


  50. Cheque d'Out says:

    Good to know

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  51. Cheque d'Out says:

    MUST WATCH TV but have a bucket handy


  52. Liz says:

    I’m a cis woman in kind of a classic millennial sex pickle: I’m really repelled by heterosexuality politically and personally, but I’m also really into dick

    WTF did I just read?
    There is no limit what people will write in an effort to get their trashy letter viewed by the masses.
    Maybe she hopes to put “I was published at Slate” on her resume.
    I know there’s an agenda to change the culture, but does anyone really know people like this in real life? Do they speak to them on purpose?
    I’m doubtful.

    The advice was terrible anyway.
    From auntie Liz: So you like dick but are also “woke”, deary?
    Well, three years ago I would’ve recommended ISIS bride but they’re kinda hard to find now.
    The most obvious place for you currently is the penitentiary system.
    Those maximum security male “rehabilitation facilities” are filled with an endless supply of cock, swinging from all varieties of misunderstood, discriminated peoples.
    Bonus: the smell of your vagina and overall repugnantness (which, let’s face it, is your real problem but you could hardly mention it here) won’t even both most of them!
    You’re welcome and ta ta!

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  53. “I’m a cis woman in kind of a classic millennial sex pickle: I’m really repelled by heterosexuality politically and personally, but I’m also really into dick”

    Won’t bother to read links with such titles. My go-to response:

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  54. Cheque d'Out says:


  55. Liz says:

    At Adam’s: We ate out a lot which was tasty but rather hard on the back pocket. You just don’t inquire of the prices in Monaco because otherwise you’ll resort to bread sticks and tap water without the lemon

    I’ve never been to Monaco. I’m betting the culture is similar to Sardinia though. Spent a week over there once, and getting a glass of water won’t save your pocketbook. Drinks at one place were 30 dollars a glass….even if the glass contained water. Went with my (childless) cousins (we brought our kids), and had not been warned in advance.

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  56. Liz says:

    For those with wee ones: The impression of what a “quiet, child friendly” place is differs very much from reality in a nation with maybe one child for every 50 people.

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  57. Cheque d'Out says:

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  58. Working from home has its problems too.

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  59. Liz says:

    Working from home has its problems too.

    Aw, that is precious!
    Thanks, I needed that. 🤗
    (and that one about the hospital bed was hilarious Swithy)

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  60. Farm Boy says:

    It is with trepidation that I take the liberty of giving absolutely unsolicited advice, but I say shut it down this week: throw it out.

    It is a dead, rotting fish, devised and promoted for contemptible motives by unworthy legislators and unsupported by law or fact. This isn’t even a third rail of sexual harassment with millions of credulous women on their feet screaming for the emasculation of a federal judge; it is an abusive perversion of the Constitution, an outrage and a disgrace.


  61. Smug-norant NYT columnist gets exposed by pot-head Joe Rogan. Smug-norant is my word of the day.


  62. More from Mark Steyn:

    But I do wonder if, in a democratic age, it is politic to mock half the country as stump-toothed knuckle-dragging bozos who know no more of the world than where to go for a jigger of moonshine and a bunk-up with your cousin. Especially when they’re the half of the country that won the election. The Demo-media line has always been that GOP presidents – Eisenhower, Reagan, both Bushes – are dull-witted and ignorant. To extend that contempt to the electorate would not seem prudent – and rather un-self-aware surely for a chap who advertises himself as committed to “the growing need for inclusion to fight the forces of hate and division”. If you want more Trump, this is the way to get it.

    ~The likes of Rick Wilson are a big part of why voters looked elsewhere. Here’s me in July 2015:

    The ‘normal rules’ of American politics have delivered America into the hands of a permanent ruling class content to preside over a hyper-regulated, corrupt, cronyist, indebted borderless ruin mitigated according to taste by a deranged hyper-sexualized identity-politics totalitarianism hunting down homophobic bakers and confederate-flag decals… Your mileage may vary. But the fact is that in a two-party system the Democratic Party is relatively effective at delivering to its voters the world they want to live in. The Republican Party not so much. Responding to my attack on the GOP’s consultant class, one of its most eminent members, Rick Wilson, responds:

    ‘@WillvonKaenel @MarkSteynOnline Weird. There are twice as many elected Rs in the county [sic] today than 15 years ago. Yeah, we built that.’

    Built what? If the purpose of a political party is to elect officeholders to sit in offices, you’re doing great. But that’s kind of Trump’s point, isn’t it?

    If you’re hot for Obamacare, diversity, open borders, gay marriage, the Democrats, as I note above, deliver. By contrast, to reprise another line from the summer of 2015:

    The Republican Party has become the party of ‘Nothing Can Be Done.’ It’s the Council of Despair. Donald Trump is the symptom, but the disease is a do-nothing Republican Party.

    Nothing says “credulous rube” like writing a check to the GOP knowing they’re passing it straight to Rick Wilson.

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  63. Farm Boy says:


  64. Has anyone ever worked anywhere where 95% of the new ideas people come up with aren’t also obviously dumb ideas? I mean like cart before the horse ideas?

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  65. In the event you ever need a really good Biathlon joke. At 14:45.

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  66. Cheque d'Out says:

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  67. Cheque d'Out says:

    Oh yes they did

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  68. Cheque d'Out says:

    Please watch that ^^^ to the end. You wouldn’t want to miss out, would you?

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  69. Cheque d'Out says:

    But surely, the virus is under control, not a serious problem and so jokes are okay?
    Denmark refuses to apologise to China over coronavirus cartoon

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  70. Cheque d'Out says:

    They so clever


  71. Cheque d'Out says:

    63 weeks into the protests(?)


  72. Cheque d'Out says:

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  73. Too bad that guy only has two feet. Most networks won’t pick up a show unless they can get at least 13 episode order.


  74. BuenaVista says:

    The Chinese girl is multitalented.

    I believe this Chinese “internet star” is less a production of the State.

    He is this guy, the perfect Dad:

    He’s the cook in the family:

    He deviates from the mean:

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  75. Ame says:

    her videos are sooo peaceful to watch.

    – – –

    in that abortion video – they interviewed several young people at a right-for-life march … of those, TWO mentioned that their GRANDMOTHER had an abortion … one the abortion failed; the other it succeeded.

    so … these kids are around 20 … if their mothers are perhaps around 40 … their grandmothers perhaps around 60 … their grandmothers perhaps had their abortions around 1980 – and that’s a very conservative estimate . . . . .

    killing babies is nothing new to our culture … but it’s still just as evil.


  76. Ame says:

    that little boy in the snow is SOOOOOOO cute!!!!!!!

    i was in 2nd grade when we moved from connecticut to florida … i still have a few memories of playing in the snow 🙂


  77. Farm Boy says:

    I take umbrage at the word “wallow”. Wallowing implies that a person stays focused on something for years and years, while being unwilling or unable to move on. It also implies that there is something better to move on to.


  78. Liz says:

    “My policies will end loneliness for all good Americans, especially women, people of color and the undocumented,” promised Bernie, “when they find themselves standing in bread lines, which is always a good thing. A good bread line not just a sign of a caring government. Long bread lines promote the sense of community and comradery by giving everyone the opportunity and time to get to know each other as they spend countless hours in line together.”

    How about baby diaper lines?!? Think of the sense of community fostered via the hardship of standing in line for hours, exposed to the elements while holding squawking infants/toddlers! Even better if someone has the flu. Really warms the heart just to think of it. For that matter, forcing citizens to provide quarters for standing armies brings communities closer too.

    How exactly is this person still a candidate?

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  79. Liz says:

    Oh…think that was a satirical site. 😆

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  80. @Liz

    With Biden, how could you really be faulted for thinking it’s something he actually said?

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  81. Liz says:

    True. Good Lord, Mike flew with a weird dude (let’s call him WD).
    Rabid anti-trump, democrat, swinger.
    WD regaled Mike with accounts of his wife’s exploits. WD was currently hoping to meet up with her (in her early 50s) and some guy she picked up in Las Vegas (in his late 30s). The guy was creeped out when he found out she was going to meet up with WD also, so he bailed.
    WD went on for a long long while about the “pussy move” of bailing out and not meeting up with him so he could watch the the guy could get her “really hot” for him (WD).
    Things just aren’t the same since SWA merged with Airtran.

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  82. Ame says:

    that’s crazy, Liz.

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  83. Liz says:

    Yeah, He’s never flown with anyone like that before. The first day, the guy was going on about how much he hates Trump. Mike refused to engage in political discussion. The guy would say something anti-trump and look over at him for feedback, and Mike just stare back, creating an awkward silence.
    The stuff about his wife started out a bit differently than Mike expected.
    The guy mentioned going into a bar and seeing his wife with another man.
    “And, Mike, his hands were all over her!”
    (giving Mike a serious expression)…so Mike’s initial thoughts were WD was going to say he was in a bar fight.
    But no. It got weird.

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  84. Liz says:

    Oh, and he likes Google. A lot. Like…he thinks Google should have all our medical information. This is the point Mike actually did say something.
    Okay, enough about WD.

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  85. Ame says:

    60m ago
    Oh, and he likes Google. A lot. Like…he thinks Google should have all our medical information. This is the point Mike actually did say something.
    Okay, enough about WD.

    sheesh … hope his damaged brain doesn’t extend to his ability to fly airplanes! eeek!

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