Koo-koo-ka-choo… Mrs. Robinson!

Why do younger men go for older broads?

Cougars have a thing for male college grads, and vice versa.

This is also called a “Benny and Mrs. Robinson” relationship, from the old film, The Graduate, starring a young Dustin Hoffman, and Anne Bancroft.

This was a popular film back in the day.

The theme track song, Mrs. Robinson, recorded by Simon and Garfunkle, was awarded two Grammy Awards at the 11th Annual Grammy Awards in 1969.  It became the first rock song to win Record of the Year, and it also was awarded the Grammy for Best Contemporary-Pop Performance – Vocal Duo or Group.

“Jesus loves you more than you will know.”

I’ve seen many women in their 30’s and 40’s with younger guys, sometimes much younger guys.  They always do their thing for several months or maybe a year, and then they’re both on to their next partners.  No regrets there.  Many of them remain as Friends With Benefits™.

Have you ever wondered why the Benny and Mrs. Robinson type of relationship is a thing?

For one thing, men in their early twenties, and women in their mid-thirties are both in their peak libido phase.  So it doesn’t take much to get the fire roaring between them.

Younger men haven’t yet developed an effective Skittles Game with younger chicks.

Meanwhile, women in their thirties get down to business pretty fast – something which younger men are quite grateful for, and quick to jump on.

Also, older women find it easy to manipulate younger, inexperienced men, which feeds their fallen, feral desire for control over men.

I feel sorry for those guys who marry into it, like the French president, Micron and his bag.

Guys should be trying to get close to the ½ + 7 Rule in their choice of a LTR partner.  But B + Mrs. R setups are seldom long term.

Do you think those older Mrs. Cougar Robinsons’ are doing their Beta Benny’s a favor in relieving their sexual tensions and thereby helping them get through a dry patch in college?


Jack is a world traveling artist, skilled in trading ideas and information, none of which are considered too holy, too nerdy, nor too profane to hijack and twist into useful fashion. Sigma Frame Mindsets and methods for building and maintaining a masculine Frame

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126 comments on “Koo-koo-ka-choo… Mrs. Robinson!
  1. Im just impressed that I am not the only other person who uses the word “broad” as a noun as you did.

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  2. Farm Boy says:

    Two notes about this post

    1. For some reason it posted early. Maybe I didn’t specify PM and it assumes AM

    2. I stumbled upon it when I was looking for Sumo’s post. It had been there for a month. Sorry about that Jack

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  3. Jack says:

    “Broad” (noun)
    This word is an abbreviation of “broad-minded woman”, also implying a shallow depth. I believe it’s enduring usage is simply because it fits.

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  4. Farm Boy says:

    On another note, this is the 1250th post at Spawny’s Space

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  5. Jack says:

    FB, I realized that the submission went unnoticed after about two weeks. But for this post, the timing doesn’t matter. So I had faith that it would be found and posted at a good time.
    Thanks for the opportunity to write for Spawny’s Space.

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  6. Farm Boy says:

    Our Glorious Patriarch,

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  7. I briefly hooked-up with a several 30+’s (33 – 36) when I was in my mid-20s. Most of my social circle at this time was 5-10 years older than me, so I was used to their manners and topics of conversation. Sex was quite good. We would meet up, have a drinks out, maybe with some of her friends, and then go back to their place to fuck. Sadly, the demands for more attention when not having sex became problematic for ~26 yo me, so farewell.

    Now this was back in the 90’s before all the women got fat and had single-motherhood (ahem) thrust upon them. These women were attractive enough, I’d say solid 6’s or a little better, but had played the game too long and couldn’t find a “good man” their own age. These days, just not being fat or bastard-bearers, I think they’d all be able to easily trap a decent 30’s guy to skin and eat alive.


  8. horsemanbombadil says:

    Good outcome of all this is perspective.

    Syrian war 400,000 dead, no one gave a shit.

    ANNUAL TB (Tuberculosis) deaths (which kills same as Covid) 1,300,000, no one gives a shit

    2019 Measles deaths 140,000, no one gives a shit and worse some refuse the vaccine.

    Covid deaths annual rate 60,000 (14,000 x 4 months)

    Maybe out of all this we will start giving a shit about things that can be prevented.

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  9. Adam says:

    I never went the old broad route as detailed here, oldest chick that I dated relative to me was +5 years and that was the only one that was older and that was when I was in my early 20s.

    No, my chicks have always been of the younger variety, and the older that I get, the younger they seem to get within legal reason. It’s a youth and beauty thing.


  10. Jack says:

    I’ve had many offers from older women, up to 40 years my senior. (I’m guessing their age. One was a grandmother!) But it wasn’t hard to turn them down because their sexual appeal just wasn’t there for me. The oldest chick I ever got with was ~2-1/2 years older than me. I have to say, the way she treated me was distinctively and impeccably right, much better than any other younger chick I’ve known.

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  12. Sumo says:

    I’ve only been involved with one older broad (+4 years), and she had more issues than National Geographic. I’ll stick with the younger, not so bright ones, thank you very much.

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  13. SFC Ton says:

    Low value bitches scoring big with low value/thirsty men

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  14. SFC Ton says:

    Im just impressed that I am not the only other person who uses the word “broad” as a noun as you did.

    Broad is way to PC for me.

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  15. “Josh Wolf and a host of other comedians used their coronavirus quarantining downtime to create a parody video of Gal Gadot’s instantly-viral “Imagine” video.

    The clip — featuring Jeffrey Ross, Sarah Colonna, Jon Ryan, Joey Fatone, Sinbad and Brittany Furlan, among others — starts out, “Imagine there’s no keto / you have to eat mostly carbs / I bought up all of the Purell / just to wash my car.”

    The rest of the lyrics make references to other hobbies and escapes enjoyed primarily by the wealthy, like dodging urban quarantines by heading to vacation homes or “only” having three cars. When Gadot posted her star-studded version of John Lennon’s “Imagine” Wednesday, one of the immediate criticisms was that it was tone-deaf for featuring rich celebrities who are quarantining in their large homes, recording themselves singing instead of making donations to relief efforts.”


    “I bought up all of the Purell / just to wash my car.”

    Love it.

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  16. whiteguy1 says:

    This might be why Trump is treating the WuFlu as seriously as he is…


    Even if half of these were legit phone numbers the Chinese use cell phones for there social credit system so them turning these things off is nothing to sneeze at. I know to that culture loosing 10 million peasants (I mean citizens) is no big deal, but is a for real, no shit, pandemic.

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  17. whiteguy1 says:

    Back on topic, not to brag or anything, but Crazy is 5 yrs older than me….Wait a minute.

    And we had high risk pregnancies…

    And she had mental problems…

    And she was lazy….




    Not worth it boys, younger hotter tighter, less crazy for the win!

    Well she did give me a great gift last night.

    She hacked into my email account and proceeded to rummage around in there (including emails to my attorney), including my cloud storage that housed all my documents for my attorney (The folder was called “Documents for my Attorney”!). She even went so far as to edit them. Then to try to cover her tracks she tried to change my password and login in credentials….which she failed at.

    Best part is it’s all logged and documented. I’ve got her IP address and the files she looked at and messed with as well as her attempt to change my password.

    Nothing like cracking the attorney client privilege line. I’m wondering if the pussy-pass will let her skate and gonna turn into a giant nothing burger or shit’s about to get real…Should know by Monday.

    (Sucks that all the Courts are shut down)

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  18. whiteguy1 says:

    Ton the nice thing about ‘broad’ is that it is so descriptive, you can use almost anywhere, even with the simps.

    She’s just a ‘broad’, worthless ‘broad’,

    My favorite, Check that ‘broad’ out, describing both her ass and her character all the same time, very efficient use of words.

    Speaking of words, anyone heard from BV? He’s in the right demographic to get hit by the WuFlu? Anyway see if he’s still posting on twitter?

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  20. Cheque d'Out says:


  21. https://www.lawyers.com/legal-info/personal-injury/types-of-personal-injury-claims/email-hacking-is-a-serious-crime.html

    In April 2010, David Kernell went on trial for “hacking” into then-Alaskan Governor Sarah Palin’s personal email account.

    It all started back in 2008, when John McCain was the Republican party’s candidate for president and Palin was McCain’s vice-presidential running mate. Kernell, the son of a Tennessee state lawmaker, was a student at the University of Tennessee.

    At this time, it is claimed that Kernell wanted to “derail” Palin’s campaign, and he gained access or “hacked” into Palin’s personal Yahoo email account. He changed her password and posted personal information he found in the emails on a website. He also posted the password so others could access the account.

    Kernell was indicted on several federal charges, meaning a grand jury thought there was enough evidence to put him on trial. A jury convicted him. He was sentenced to one year and one day in federal prison.

    Charges of Obstruction of Justice for Email Hacking
    The crime of obstruction of justice covers many things, but it typically means interfering with some legal process or investigation. Kernell was convicted of this crime because it was claimed he tried to erase evidence of his hacking activities from his computer before federal investigators could retrieve it.

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  22. Cill says:

    The virus: Yesterday was 52 confirmed cases. Today is 102.

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  23. Farm Boy says:

    The man who would be President

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  24. horsemanbombadil says:

    Suddenly many articles, observations on traditionalism and women smiling in grocery stores.

    Best comment I saw

    “Women could start dressing in 1950s polkadot dresses and courtseying to every man they meet for all the good it will do them. Men don’t care, won’t fall for it and see right thru it for the act it is.”

    Ladies…you are SO on your own.


  25. horsemanbombadil says:



  26. Farm Boy says:

    A must-see. The Times gave its feature the anodyne headline “How the Virus Got Out,” but scroll through it and the culpability of the ChiCom regime becomes bracingly clear. Seven million people, many infected, left Wuhan and started seeding outbreaks around the world during the first three weeks of January while the Chinese government was busy assuring everyone that there was no cause for alarm


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  27. Cill says:

    She even went so far as to edit them.



  28. Farm Boy says:

    Today’s update


  29. Cill and for every confirmed case, assume that many more. Just assume everyone has it, including you. and act accordingly. Staycation 2020. I am doing so as well!

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  30. Farm Boy says:

    “He was like, ‘Since we’re in quarantine, can I see your boobs?’ I said no, and he was like, ‘Oh okay, sorry,’” she says. “I wasn’t even upset. I thought, okay, this man has been stuck in his apartment drinking Red Bull for three days. He’s probably not well.”



  31. Farm Boy says:

    Pushing a message of “no discrimination,” Madonna, 61, waxed poetic about globalism, suggesting the “wonderful” side of COVID-19 is the same as what’s “terrible” about it: that the virus is the “great equalizer” for all mankind.



  32. Farm Boy says:

    This is absolutely stunning: An emergency stimulus bill, intended to prevent mass bankruptcies caused by quarantine measures necessary to fight the Chinese virus, has been blocked by House Democrats, because it does not include a bailout for Planned Parenthood.


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  33. Cill says:

    St Patrick’s Day passed me by this year.

    I’m a fan of JS Bach.

    Paddy’s Day brings one tune to my mind above all others, although neither the exquisite lyrics nor the near-perfect tune are the product of Ireland. If only we could hear this number out-of-the-blue instead of thrashed to death by repetition… Familiarity breeds contempt.

    The number is too good to have been performed to anywhere near its potential, despite umpteen efforts to try. Yeah yeah we’ve all heard it a gazillion times before, but…

    Sung by that doughty Irishman O’Lanza no less:

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  34. Replace “Netflix” with “Hollywood”, same thing.

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  35. Farm Boy says:

    I wonder if Hillary would have been more experienced with putting her finger in the dike…

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  36. Re: Joker’s video and some other comments. Unless there is a huge SJW die off, things are going right back to how they were, or get worse.

    TPTB must have benefited from the 400+ genders, a tranny in every girl’s bathroom, all white men are evil bullshit or they would have stomped on it a long time ago. There is a real danger of government over-reach during this event and it becoming the new normal. As long as the same people are in power this really isn’t going to change anything.

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  37. das Ächzen – groan, groaning

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  38. Farm Boy says:

    U.S. District Judge Brenda Sannes dismissed most of these but allowed a handful of breach-of-contract claims to go forward, including John’s assertion that Syracuse ignored its own evidence standard



  39. Farm Boy says:

    Here are some people who are useless, especially now: Performance artists, diversity consultants, magic crystal healers, sociology TAs, members of the mainstream media, and gender-unspecified entities who brew kale kombucha.

    Here are some people who matter, especially now: Soldiers, nurses, truckers, cops, the guy who stocks the shelves at Ralphs, farmers, and that dude rebuilding your roof.

    The Chinese Bat Soup Flu has certainly clarified some of the blurred lines between what is important and what is frivolous garbage.


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  40. Farm Boy says:

    When your refrigerator goes out under quarantine and your supplies begin to rot, do you really need another rant from Maxine Waters—or do you rather need a St. Michael Smith and St. Uriel Mendoza to appear out of nowhere as the archangels from Home Depot to wheel up and connect a new one?


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  41. Farm Boy says:

    A Chinese newspaper headline from last year makes the connection, “Italy aims to develop closer trade ties with China through Belt and Road.” Business ties between Italy and China provided not just a road, but a superhighway for the Coronavirus to travel from Wuhan to Milan. How’s that globalism working out?


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  42. Farm Boy says:

    Republicans’ passivity and fear provides cover for Democrats to negatively brand Republicans and infect every area of American life and culture with anti-Christian and anti-American progressive poison.

    Trump is the first Republican president to courageously take a stand, boldly proclaiming that they will not get away with that crap on his watch.


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  43. Farm Boy says:

    I blogged about how Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi ruined the bipartisan stimulus bill in the Senate. The New York Times used a correct headline the first time but changed it two more times to move the blame away from the Democrats.



  44. Farm Boy says:

    Germany has closed its border to visitors from Europe due to coronavirus, but migrants claiming asylum from the Middle East and Africa are still allowed to enter the country



  45. Gunner Q says:

    Farm Boy @ 7:41 am
    “This is absolutely stunning: An emergency stimulus bill, intended to prevent mass bankruptcies caused by quarantine measures necessary to fight the Chinese virus, has been blocked by House Democrats, because it does not include a bailout for Planned Parenthood.”

    Huh, baby-killers are good for something after all. Even in lockdown, the world brings us something new every day.

    That explains the Federal Reserve promising to run the printing presses until they melt..QE Infinity used to be a joke.


    The Federal Reserve said Monday it will purchase unlimited amounts of Treasuries and mortgage-backed securities and buy corporate bonds, municipal bonds, and asset-backed securities for the first time.

    The Fed announced a major expansion of its programs to support the economy on Monday morning following several days of frantic moves by the central bank to expand its support for credit and money markets. Fiscal support for the economy, in the form of spending and lending programs from the federal government, stalled on Capitol Hill over the weekend.

    Nuke them all from orbit, God. It’s the only way to be sure.


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  47. Liz, is that you? Catturd? Lol!

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  48. Liz says:

    LOL Nope.
    But close….
    I am Puppyboot. 😆

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  49. whiteguy1 says:

    And we have a something burger!!!!

    Senior attorney now involved, and I learned a new word today “spoliation”.

    Paraphrasing, give us attorneys (including Crazy’s attorney) a day or so to sort this out.

    Hold off on filing a criminal complaint un then please!

    YE HA! After 10 fucking months this nightmare might be coming to a close, or at least get a little more interesting.

    Crazy sent me a bible verse In January:
    Proverbs 13:6
    Godliness guards the path of the blameless, but the evil are misled by sin.

    So beautiful, the Word of God.

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  50. Farm Boy says:

    Spoliation of evidence is the intentional, reckless, or negligent withholding, hiding, altering, fabricating, or destroying of evidence relevant to a legal proceeding.[1] Spoliation has three possible consequences: in jurisdictions where the (intentional) act is criminal by statute, it may result in fines and incarceration (if convicted in a separate criminal proceeding) for the parties who engaged in the spoliation

    The theory of the spoliation inference is that when a party destroys evidence, it may be reasonable to infer that the party had “consciousness of guilt” or other motivation to avoid the evidence. Therefore, the factfinder may conclude that the evidence would have been unfavorable to the spoliator.


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  51. horsemanbombadil says:

    Ontario and Quebec both on lockdown now for three weeks. Only food, meds, power allowed open.

    Ontario alone is bigger than all of Britian. Imagine an area the size of all the states from Texas across to Florida and then some. Kenora in the west of ontario to Saint Leonard in the easdt of Quebec is 1600+ miles. (4 times the Bandit’s route one way)

    Truckers are now the unsung heros keeping all that territory supplied.

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  53. Cheque d'Out says:

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  54. whiteguy1 says:

    It’s so nice to see Crazy react to me for a change. Been on the defense this whole time.

    I’m sure she was building this AMAZING case in her head, to finally be the woman who brought down ‘the red pill cult’! I bet she was thinking they were going to make a lifetime movie about her. I’ve got all this evidence she says to her little hamster brain, spelled all out right there on his cloud drive, it’s all there in his attorney folder, look what a evil man he is! I mean look what he said about me to his lawyer in that email, heck I’ll print it out so I can show it to the judge.

    Then her lawyer called…

    And explained to Crazy what spoliation was, and then what State computer crimes were, and then Federal computer crimes were. Then her hopes and dreams of bringing down the eeeevil “red pill cult” along with the patriarchy were dashed to pieces. And now her stupid lawyer is telling her she can’t hide the evidence of what she did! But I’m the VICTIM!

    Now I could be completely wrong, Crazy’s desire to be the victim might be so strong she might want to play this out. Don’t think she realizes that this court drama would be both civil and criminal.

    I mean she could tell everyone her evil ex put her in jail “for nothing” or some such nonsense, I don’t know.

    Damn what a good day this has been.

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  55. Larry G says:

    With a busted wing and waaay off topic, today is an anniversary for me….50 years ago today, I became a cog in the US military by raising my right hand and repeating this oath:

    “I, (your name), do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; and that I will obey the orders of the President of the United States and the orders of the officers appointed over me, according to regulations and the Uniform Code of Military Justice. So help me God.”

    The Viet Nam war was in full swing, I was 17 and stupid. “Patriotism”, something I seriously misunderstood, provided an excuse for me to leave the farm and go “defend” an ungrateful country from people who had done me no harm. 50 years ago today

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  56. whiteguy1 says:

    Larry, you were taken advantage of, and had your loyalty used by those who were unworthy of it. I will never fault a man for that.

    Thank you for serving.

    Thank the Lord you made it back safely with your sunny dispossession intact.

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  57. Farm Boy says:

    Officials in the Czech Republic say that the country may need to keep its borders closed for 2 years in order to fight a potential second wave of coronavirus.



  58. Farm Boy says:

    A YouTuber who licked a public toilet seat to “raise awareness” of coronavirus now claims he has tested positive for coronavirus



  59. Farm Boy says:

    Former assistant secretary of Human and Health Services (HHS) Chris Meekins told James Rosen, a Sinclair investigative reporter, that the CDC lied to President Trump and HHS Secretary Alex Azar about its ability to produce a Wuhan coronavirus test.



  60. Larry G says:

    Russian women…

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  61. Farm Boy says:

    WASHINGTON, D.C.—Amid political bickering over a potential economic relief package, Democrats warned Americans that the stimulus bill would stimulate the economy


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  62. Larry G says:

    oookay….more Russian women…

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  63. Cill says:

    “Patriotism”, something I seriously misunderstood, provided an excuse for me to leave the farm and go “defend” an ungrateful country from people who had done me no harm. 50 years ago today

    My granddad fought in that war and did his job as best he could. He was spat on when he came home.

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  64. b g says:

    Well, I am an old fart with health concerns, but my neighbours have stepped forward. The gobbler’s parents brought my groceries to the door. I sent them containers of “Chinese soup” at the step, the sweetie always loved that for her illness, .Maybe girls here deserve a little hope too:

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  65. RichardP says:

    @whiteguy1 said: Damn what a good day this has been.

    Suddenly, I’m thinking of horseman’s leaf-jumping dog upthread. Give him the nickname whiteguy1. Celebrating the day.

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  66. SFC Ton says:

    “defend” an ungrateful country from people who had done me no harm.

    Yup and when folks ask about my health issues I tell them it was all done on behalf of an ungrateful nation

    Good Lord willing my younger childern/ grandchildren will not follow in our footsteps

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  67. Larry G says:

    “Yup and when folks ask about my health issues I tell them it was all done on behalf of an ungrateful nation

    Good Lord willing my younger childern/ grandchildren will not follow in our footsteps”

    Indeed, Ton, indeed. My generation is almost gone, but before I go I will complete my last mission….convince as many young men in my sphere of influence as possible not to waste their lives on vainglory military service. This country deserves no further loyalty or sacrifice from the men who once admired and believed in what it stood for,,let it die a natural death

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  68. Farm Boy says:

    The media reflexively struck back. They first accused Trump of lying about the drugs’ potential value. Now that it’s become clear that Trump was accurate, the media have a new tactic, which is to present chloroquine as a deadly drug that will kill more than it cures. For the media, it’s never about the actual issue; it’s always about “getting” Trump.


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  69. Farm Boy says:

    Amid all the controversy over where the coronavirus comes from (don’t you dare call it the “Chinese Virus,” a la “Spanish Flu,” that would be racist, and to be racist is worse than the virus itself) and what should be done about it, a Muslim cleric in Syracuse, NY., has found the key; thousands of people are being infected, many are dying, and America is teetering on the edge of economic collapse because American women are showing too much ankle


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  70. Cheque d'Out says:

    There are a lot of hoaxes, so I understand that this message might annoy you. However, I cannot take the chance with this one

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  71. Cheque d'Out says:

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  73. Farm Boy says:

    University Of California System Tells Students, Staff: Don’t Say ‘Chinese Virus’



  74. Farm Boy says:

    A more recent French study used the drug in combination with azithromycin. Most Americans know azithromycin as the brand name Zithromax Z-Pak, prescribed for upper respiratory infections. The Z-Pak alone doesn’t appear to help fight Covid-19, and the findings of combination treatment are preliminary.

    But researchers in France treated a small number of patients with both hydroxychloroquine and a Z-Pak, and 100% of them were cured by day six of treatment. Compare that with 57.1% of patients treated with hydroxychloroquine alone, and 12.5% of patients who received neither.



  75. Farm Boy says:

    On Jan. 14, the WHO tweeted that there was no evidence at the time of human-to-human transmission of coronavirus. At least 360,000 people across the globe have tested positive for coronavirus, which the CDC now says is mostly spread through person-to-person contact. More than 16,000 have died.

    The Sunday Times, a British newspaper, reported that Chinese officials forced scientists to destroy samples of the virus early on in the outbreak. The government also punished doctors who warned about the emerging outbreak



  76. Farm Boy says:

    But the Dems don’t seem to be listening, at least as of this writing, and remain determined to squeeze every molecule of advantage while the nation and its healthcare professionals suffer. They also risk fully tanking the U.S. economy and affecting the welfare of its citizens for years.

    As they continue this behavior, they should be reminded of another apothegm more powerful and enduring (since 1968) than Rahm’s—“The whole world is watching!”


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  77. Sumo says:

    Ezra Levant 🇨🇳🦠

    Why has Canada already run out of basic medical equipment, like face masks? Because Trudeau sent it all to China as “foreign aid” just a few weeks ago. Here’s his press release bragging about it: https://www.canada.ca/en/global-affairs/news/2020/02/canada-supports-chinas-ongoing-response-to-novel-coronavirus-outbreak.html

    View image on Twitter
    7:32 PM – Mar 23, 2020
    Twitter Ads info and privacy
    2,313 people are talking about this

    Truedope fucked us for virtue points? I cannot believe such a vicious, horrible lie about Dear Leader….

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  78. Farm Boy says:

    On Monday, actress Kirstie Alley veered from the Hollywood consensus and publicly thanked President Donald Trump for this leadership as our nation battles the novel coronavirus, or COVID-19. Even more unusual, when Alley was hit with backlash from folks on the Left, the “Cheers” star stood her ground.


    [Vulcan she is
    Logical she would be]

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  79. Farm Boy says:

    Instead, Biden’s first attempt at appearing presidential and ready to handle a crisis was another gaffe-prone disaster that his campaign most certainly regrets doing.

    In the middle of his Monday briefing, Biden apparently lost his train of thought while explaining what he thinks Trump should do during the crisis.



  80. Cill says:

    155 confirmed cases of coronavirus in NZ. It doesn’t sound like many, but bear in mind that we are a small population. The USA’s population is more than 70 times greater, and the virus arrived here much more recently (a few weeks ago).

    In requesting its overseas citizens to come home, the NZ government has a tiger by the tail.

    Our national characteristic is our Achilles’ heel: we are the most “travelling” people on the planet. At any time, NZ has a higher percentage of its citizens overseas than does any other country.

    The virus is not spreading within NZ… yet. It is being brought in by NZrs coming home. There are 80,000 still to come – not including the 600,000 in Australia. The number of confirmed cases simply cannot help but mushroom.

    We are approaching Winter while you good people of the North are approaching Summer. So while you are coming into your Vitamin D-making season, we are leaving ours.

    But all is not doom down under. We are hunkered in at my place, with a beach and a big blue front yard all to ourselves, and a forest and hills rich with game out back. We have had good rain at last, and my gardens are bursting with food.

    [Your PM like “Trudeau South” she is]

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  81. Sumo says:

    I can

    Yeah, well, it’s not exactly a secret that you’re smarter than I am….. 😀

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  82. Cill says:

    whiteguy1 at 12:22 am

    I’m cheering for you, mate.

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  83. horsemanbombadil says:

    So now that Britian is free to pursue its own economic path out of the Greater Recession thats sure to follow, do the Remainers wish they were back supporting Greece, Spain, Portugal,…Italy for the next …oh forever?

    Those poor, poor germans and french….


  84. horsemanbombadil says:

    One good thing about working from home

    I can look at Larry’s um contributions on my breaks and not worry about having to stand up and go to a meeting.

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  85. horsemanbombadil says:

    One good thing about living in nature in butt f*ck nowhere is I can maintain self isolation and still stay sane. 7 acres of mixed pine and cedar forest to walk the dog. The highway is several hundred metres away. I can still do my runs in the ravine out back. I can get the all important vitamin D.

    All without seeing another infectious get, I mean carrier, I mean snowflake, um…person.

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  86. horsemanbombadil says:

    Quarantine? Self Isolate?

    Its called Going Bombadil!

    Been doing it for years!

    “He has withdrawn inside borders only he can see, awaiting a change in times perhaps.”

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  87. Cill says:

    On the topic: good post, Jack. More would be appreciated.

    I had a Mrs Robinson or 2 in my teens. They do indeed seek virile young men. I have no problem with mature women “doing their Beta Benny’s a favor in relieving their sexual tensions and thereby helping them get through a dry patch”.

    As to the reasons for it, in addition to the urges you mentioned I think I detected a nurturing aspect that is not evident in most younger women.

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  88. Cheque d'Out says:

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  89. Sumo says:

    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made clear Monday his government is out of patience with people ignoring advice to stay home and potentially spreading COVID-19 in the community.

    “Enough is enough. Go home and stay home. This is what we all need to be doing,” Trudeau said at a press conference outside Rideau Cottage where he is self isolating.


    Doesn’t work that way, jackass. You spent the last 4 years playing dress up, pandered to each and every social justice moron that cried in your corn flakes, made Canada the laughing stock of the world, and generally behaved like a national embarrassment. You don’t get to try and play the stern father figure role now.

    Those idiots running around flaunting the self quarantine? Yeah, those are your supporters, following the stellar example that you set for them.

    Get bent, you soy swilling assclown.

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  90. Gunner Q says:

    Poetry, Sumo!

    There’s a story gone viral about Friar Giuseppe Berardelli giving up his respirator for a younger person, then dying of Chinavirus. Turns out that it isn’t true:


    While Fr. Giuseppe Berardelli is remembered fondly by those who knew him as a man of kindness and self-sacrifice, the reports of a donated respirator passed along to a younger patient are not true, the secretary general of his diocese told CNA Tuesday.

    “There was not a donated respirator. There have not been any respirators coming from outside of the hospital,” Fr. Giulio Dellavite told CNA March 24. …

    A March 22 report from the Italian website Araberara, which claimed Fr. Beradelli sacrificed a respirator donated by his parish for another younger patient, went viral March 23.

    The website quoted an anonymous employee at the San Giuseppe Rest Home in Casnigo as the source of its information.


  91. Farm Boy says:

    By massively scaling up two types of tests—PCR tests that detect the active presence of virus and serology tests that detect immune system responses to being infected by the virus—population screening could identify those who are currently infected and those who have recovered and are likely not to pass along the virus to others. Those who are currently infected could be isolated and their contacts traced so that they could quarantine themselves. Frequent large-scale testing of the uninfected would also help keep the epidemic in check by enabling them to withdraw if they subsequently contract the virus for a period of self-isolation in a timely fashion. Frontline health care providers and especially hard-hit regions should be given first priority as the testing regime begins its rapid expansion.

    Those who had recovered from infection (possibly numbering ten times more than those whose symptoms drive them to seek out medical care) could help on the frontlines of the fight against COVID-19, return to work, and enjoy the pleasures of social life, e.g., dining out, meeting friends at bars, traveling, and attending performances at entertainment venues. “To make this strategy work, governments would need to involve employers, social organizations, schools and large retailers to conduct tests and provide time-stamped certifications,” propose the three researchers.



  92. Farm Boy says:

    Detroit — A University of Michigan sexual misconduct policy is unconstitutional and an accused student is entitled to cross-examine witnesses, including his accuser, a federal judge said late Monday.



  93. “To make this strategy work, governments would need to involve employers, social organizations, schools and large retailers to conduct tests and provide time-stamped certifications,” propose the three researchers.”

    At first glance that looks incredibly stupid.

    Looked again. Still looks really stupid.


  94. Farm Boy says:

    Joe Biden was humiliated again after a bizarre MSNBC interview during which he stumbled over his words and sounded semi-incoherant.



  95. Sumo says:

    Loved those Critters movies when I was a kid. 😀


  96. Farm Boy says:

    Kinda funny

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  97. Farm Boy says:

    U.S.—As the current crisis continues to spread, journalists are working hard researching ways to make the disaster all about them.


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