Would you be a Cuck’s Best Man?

A bloke I know, let’s call him Mack, is a good bloke in most ways. His weakness is women. When it comes to women he’s an idiot. Lord knows he’s not the only man with that flaw. It’s damn near a universal male characteristic. Mack has it in spades.

Mack’s three marriages were all disasters. His mates tried to warn him and he didn’t listen. When Mack had on a full head of lurve nothing would hold him back.

I joined in the attempts to stop Mack’s first two marriages. My spiel prior to his second marriage was along these lines: “Mack, she is flying every warning flag under the sun. She’s a feminist. All her friends are bitches. If you want to know what she’s really like, just ask her ex boyfriends. She spent their money and two-timed them and she hasn’t stopped lying about them since. She goes through men like she’s meeting a quota. She calls herself a strong woman.” I stressed those last two words because Mack’s first wife too had been a self-styled strong woman. “If you have any self-respect left, mate”, I added, “do yourself the biggest favor of your life and kick her to the kerb.”

By the time the third marriage came along, Mack had emigrated to the USA and I hadn’t seen him for years. The third woman was twice divorced, like himself. I couldn’t be bothered warning him this time. Some of his other mates pleaded with him again, to no avail. It wasn’t long before Mack was facing his third divorce.

Although Mack’s repetition of failed marriages is completely beyond the pale, none of them by itself was as dire as some I have known. Mack’s were fairly typical – the fake commitment, the cucking, the asset-stripping, the separation from his kids, the lies, the damage to his reputation etc. His divorces were typical in their exposure of marriage as a sham. Apart from the hypothetical exception of the merciful wife, every marriage/divorce is just another orchestrated decimation of a man by a bitch in cahoots with her one-and-only soulmate, the State.

Now if I were a reader of this post with no knowledge of the history behind it, I know what I’d be thinking right now: I hope this is not heading where I think it could head… Unfortunately it is. Having recovered from his third divorce, Mack is ready to put his neck in the noose for a fourth time. I hear Woman #4 is a carbon copy of her predecessors. Most of his old mates have given up on warning him (there comes a time when the mates of a serial sucker are no longer as close as they used to be).

And to answer the question implied by this post’s title, yes, he wants me to be his best man. I have it on reliable authority; he will ask me any day now. His wedding will be a big and extravagant event after social distancing rules are relaxed. It’s possible that Mack has chosen me because I gave him his most emphatic warnings in the past. Having me as his best man could sort of whitewash his fourth attempt, so he can kid himself he has finally got it right.

Another aspect of this unfortunate case is not the least bit unusual either: Apart from his hopelessness with women, Mack is no chump. He is competent in business, a hard worker, makes the right decisions etc. Each time he was fleeced he managed to rebuild his career and wealth.

So where does his blind stupidity come from? Again it’s a familiar story: He has no concept of a future without a woman. Mack believes marriage is pre-ordained. He prays for his soulmate to come along, the one that God always intended for him. He now tells anyone who will listen that his latest woman is his gift from God after the trials and tribulations of his past. Needless to say, women are quick to play into this belief system of his. It makes him easy prey. Four times now he has “found” his one-and-only.

This is not a fault of Christianity so much as Mack’s way of applying it. And unfortunately, this “belief system of his” is not exclusively his. There are more than a few men out there who hold out for “the one”.

Should we be party to a deluded man’s recurring mistake? Should we be a knowing party to any mistake? Are we really his best man when we stand beside him at the alter, knowing full well that the wedding vows are fake? Let’s face it, “no-fault divorce” having rendered the commitment meaningless, marriage can only be a charade and “Best Man” is a pretense at best.

So assuming for a moment that the job is up for grabs, anyone for the best man?

Posted in beta bux, Cill, Marriage, Trainwreck
201 comments on “Would you be a Cuck’s Best Man?
  1. horsemanbombadil says:

    Beside a cuck even Justin Beiber is the best man.


  2. horsemanbombadil says:

    Justin Trudeau … Jury is still debating.

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  3. horsemanbombadil says:

    Historic role of best man

    “Well, centuries ago, men had to resort to stealing the bride-to-be from her family if they disapproved of him. And that’s where the best man came in, according to Mental Floss. He would basically act as the groom’s backup in the event that one of the bride’s loved ones tried to take her back from the groom (or the unwilling bride tried to run away).

    Protecting a kidnapper, of course, had the potential to get ugly. That’s why the selected best man had to be the “best” at handling a sword, in case a sword fight broke out. As the official sword fighter, he would serve as the groom’s armed guard right up until the ceremony.

    On the wedding day, the swordsman would stand next to the groom at the altar—like modern-day best men do—and be ready to fight, but not just with swords. As Mental Floss notes, groups such as the Huns, Goths and Visigoths, which date back to ancient Roman times, would store a slew of weapons underneath the church floor just in case. The best man’s job continued into the night as he stood guard at the newlyweds’ bedroom door.”

    So would you fight to the death to ensure this union went thru?


    Moving on.

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  4. Cill says:

    I’ve just come in. The UK time is an hour later than I thought, thanks to daylight saving. The post wasn’t ready to be published, it was only a draft, but is ready now. I have just updated it. My apologies.


  5. Cill says:

    Thanks for that info, Horseman.


  6. Sounds like it will make no difference what you do. Perhaps you should base your decision on how much free booze is on offer.

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  7. h0neyc0mb says:


    I will not offer advice not requested. As an American .. it’s my right to allow you to live free .. and stupid if you so choose.

    And .. after the fact make you look like the biggest idiot on planet earth for your stupidity.

    I’m always looking for new targets. And, he seems to be an easy one (i.e. target).

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  8. okrahead says:

    I don’t care to bear witness to a lie.


  9. okrahead says:

    Proverbs 26:11 King James Version (KJV)
    11 As a dog returneth to his vomit, so a fool returneth to his folly.

    I’m not a big fan of watching a dog have a second go at his lunch either.

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  10. Cill says:

    Nikolai Vladivostok at 1:37.

    The WordPress filter snagged your comment. I’ve just approved it. It’s now at 1:37 am.

    Is this your first comment on this blog?


  11. Cill at 4:43.

    It might be, not sure.

    Comments often get auto-modded on my site no matter what the settings, never figured it out.


  12. Adam says:

    I don’t give advice anymore. But I wouldn’t need to in this case anyway. You already know what the answer is.

    Liked by 2 people

  13. Cheque d'Out says:

    (trust me, this isn’t Blackpool in any dimension parallel or orthogonal)

    Liked by 2 people

  14. Isn’t Blackpool the place where the cops dyed the water to keep people from taking selfies?

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  15. Cheque d'Out says:

    The lake isn’t a million miles from Blackpool.

    BTW did this part of the story make it to the States?
    (It didn’t get the coverage of the initial story in the UK)

    This isn’t the first time the picturesque body of water, near Buxton and about three hours northwest of London, has been dyed black, according to police. While the lagoon may look like a tropical getaway, officials say the water contains toxic chemicals and has a pH level of 11.3, according to the BBC. For reference, laundry bleach has a pH level of about 12.

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  16. Cheque d'Out says:

    Might well entertain

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  17. (I may be repeating myself here, but at least you’re not paying to read it.)

    I was best man when my brother married a 29 yo career girl. I was a little shocked that he asked me, because though we care for each other we aren’t very close. it may have had something to do with it being a destination wedding. She originally wanted to get married on the beach in the Canary Islands, and my parents said, “nope”. We still ended up on a beach, but it was on this continent. I was still pretty blue pill back then and so was he. Older, “wiser” ( : p ) me could have pointed out a dozen other red flags back then (besides Canary Islands wedding). They got divorced last summer after 10 years together. He was tired of her working 60 hours a week and him basically being a single guy except when they went to company functions. She “couldn’t” have kids (which my family now believes she lied about even wanting), so now he’s single and childless approaching 50. Much better off than a lot of divorced guys, but I think not having kids has kind of broken a little something inside him. I think he would have put up with her not being around if he could have been spending that time with his kids.

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  18. Yes, I’d read that the pool was polluted and that it was the chemicals that gave it the blue lagoon appearance, but it was probably from a aUK source.

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  19. okrahead says:

    We’ve got some of those pools around here from old mines; they’re crystal clear and beautiful; occasionally some kids ignore the warning signs and try to swim in them. Usually they just turn orange, but every now and then one of ’em dies.

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  20. okrahead says:

    It’s kind of a give away when you’ve got this small lake that’s so perfectly beautiful, yet there’s not a living creature to be found anywhere in it. On the other hand scrub pines do grow real well around these blue holes; apparently they really like acidic soil.

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  21. We have some ponds like that too.

    Nothing too unusual about them.

    [Correct this is.
    Green men are unusual not]

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  22. h0neyc0mb says:

    Seems legit .. even in LA (lower alabama).

    Liked by 3 people

  23. Ame says:

    KH, that’s heartbreaking 😢

    Liked by 2 people

  24. Farm Boy says:

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  26. Stephanie says:

    Ton be like… LOL


  27. Stephanie says:

    “They got divorced last summer after 10 years together. He was tired of her working 60 hours a week and him basically being a single guy except when they went to company functions.”

    That’s sad KH, I’m sorry 😦

    What profession is she in that required that much work? The one I used to be in, if you wanted to be successful, had women working 80 hours but that’s rare in my opinion. It’s also why I got the hell out of there!


  28. Stephanie says:

    ” She “couldn’t” have kids (which my family now believes she lied about even wanting), so now he’s single and childless approaching 50. Much better off than a lot of divorced guys, but I think not having kids has kind of broken a little something inside him. I think he would have put up with her not being around if he could have been spending that time with his kids.”


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  29. Farm Boy says:

    Here again, President Trump has acted wisely in leaving these decisions with the governors and creating conditions where Democratic governors like Gavin Newsom in California and even Andrew Cuomo in New York will have to break ranks with the national Democratic leaders. They are working now on their last plausible scenario for salvaging the presidential election, while the governors have their own voters’ welfare to serve. Trump has got his eminent scientific cohort on his side, and lined up scores of eminent people in every conceivable activity to support his normalization plans, and respected the requirements of federalism in leaving precise decisions to local authorities.

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  30. Yes it is. He’d had made a very good father.

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  31. Corporate VP/head of division in a Fortune 1000 company, but it doesn’t really matter what she was doing, just that it was the most important thing in her life. Much more important than being a wife or mother.

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  32. Ame says:

    He could still if he gets a young woman, but … risks.

    Liked by 1 person

  33. Farm Boy says:

    Less than two weeks ago, mind you, Valenti was reluctantly on Team Joe, because she’s a partisan loyalist and ORANGE MAN BAD! Since then, however, it has become apparent that Biden is so feeble-minded he couldn’t possibly handle a face-to-face debate with Trump, and now Tara Reade’s accusation has been corroborated pretty well. Valenti, who was deeply hurt by primary voters’ rejection of her darling Elizabeth Warren, is now evidently willing to dump Joe and deal with whatever the consequences may be.



  34. Cill says:

    Update: I’m going to pre-empt Mack and phone him before he phones me. My dad rang me yesterday and I raised the subject with him, reminding him of his old advice to me and my brothers: don’t close a door that you could have left open.

    Dad said, “The other side of ‘the door’ thing is, when it’s begging to be closed, slam it.”

    It is past 9 am in Mack’s neck of the woods. I’m about to close the door on Mack.

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  35. Cheque d'Out says:

    Hmm. Great as long as nobody cucks.

    [Wonder precisely which accent he has I do]

    Liked by 1 person

  36. Stephanie says:

    👀 Wow!!!! Yes I could see how a VP would need to put in that many hours, goodness. Honestly though, women don’t make it to the top unless they do that, make their work their most important thing. (Imo at least).


  37. Stephanie says:

    The women I worked with that were very successful, they were either divorced or childless or sometimes both. One that was my age never saw her young children 😭 her mom was the one taking care of them, tucking them in at night while she attended to virus research which I guess she thought was more important. Very sad but at least the kids had a good grandmother

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  38. Stephanie says:

    Wonder what the grandmother thought though? Was it worth it? Training your daughter to be a career woman so that you have to do childrearing again?

    Liked by 1 person

  39. Stephanie says:

    “He could still if he gets a young woman, but … risks.”

    ^ But would a divorced man not be too jaded and cold? Could he really start over without baggage?

    Liked by 2 people

  40. Cheque d'Out says:

    FYI – UK government official conference today
    Health Secretary Matt Hancock is ‘very worried’ about new coronavirus-linked child inflammatory disease


  41. I like red wine and beef. Separately or together.

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  42. I wonder who gave Valenti the go-ahead to fire the torpedos at Joe? Very much doubt she’s acting without orders.

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  43. Cill says:

    Update: Job done.

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  44. Ame says:

    Stephanie … depends on the man, and the woman.


  45. Stephanie says:

    “Stephanie … depends on the man, and the woman.”

    True, just seems most divorced men would not *want* to start over, if that makes sense.

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  46. Ame says:

    Ton could better answer that 😋


  47. Larry G says:

    “True, just seems most divorced men would not *want* to start over, if that makes sense.”

    absolutely correct. Makes perfect sense, it’s called “self preservation”

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  48. Cill says:

    Spawny 5:20 “Michael Barnier demanded for the current access to Britain’s fishing waters is maintained as the price for the future relationship pact.”

    No surprise there. I hope Frost’s team stand by their guns. During my sojourn in the land of my ancestors, I was a bit shocked by the lackadaisical attitude towards their own shores and territorial waters. When the Brits see the intensity with which other countries covet their resources, hopefully they will value them a bit more themselves in future.

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  49. Larry G says:

    [Liz’ “Evil Twin” that is?]

    Liked by 5 people

  50. Larry G says:

    waaay off topic…


  51. SFC Ton says:

    He’s 50?
    Dump that bitch
    Bang 10 more
    Don’t pull out
    Pony up the child support when the court says.

    He’ll be good to go as long as he doesn’t remarry

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  52. SFC Ton says:

    Close the door
    Nail it shut
    Set the mother fucker on fire
    Come back after the police leave and piss on the ashes

    Liked by 2 people

  53. Ame says:

    Larry, that cat slapping that sweet doggie! LOL!
    1. That is so you to put that up.
    2. That doggie looks like my sweet doggie, so you just keep that mean cat far away 😂


  54. Stephanie says:

    I wrote about divorced men compared to divorced women 6 years ago, based on the lyrics to a 1934 musical about why a divorced man would *not* go back to marriage



  55. Stephanie says:

    The main crux of the issue:

    But you say, “He’s a fool. He doesn’t know what he’s missing – a home, a family, a loving wife, permanence, security, building something together.”
    But, he does know what he’s missing. He had a home – worked hard to get it. His wife got that!
    He had a family, and loved his kids. His wife got those too.
    Permanence he never had – his wife’s attorney shattered his hearth.
    Security – here today, gone tomorrow.
    The things he built with his wife, his wife and her attorney shared between them.
    Ms. Divorcee, you have paved the way for another woman’s failure to catch a man, and another woman has facilitated your failure.”

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  56. Stephanie says:

    We only had ONE kid back when I wrote that :O Now we have 4… I don’t like how fast time flies!!!

    Liked by 3 people

  57. okrahead says:

    Fifty is not too young to have a child… https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1342465/Indian-farmer-Ramajit-Raghav-94-claims-worlds-oldest-father.html
    Remember, men age like wine; women age like milk.

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  58. okrahead says:

    50 X 1/2 + 7 = 32. Maybe ditch the + 7.

    Liked by 3 people

  59. okrahead says:

    2nd patriarch there says women love him, he’s on his 4th wife, 21 kids… and he eats mostly wild game he kills himself. Just sayin’.

    Liked by 1 person

  60. Joe Biden trying to find his car keys.

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  61. Gunner Q says:

    I was going to suggest picketing the marriage but if you are no longer geographically close to him then just let the friendship die. It’s not worth the effort of maintaining.

    Attend as a guest, see your friend be happy one last time and clean out the buffet when you leave early.

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  62. Cill says:

    Gunner, I severed ties with him in a phone call this morning (I called him), told him I wouldn’t be his best man. After a brief convo he said he’d send me a wedding invitation anyway. I told him not to bother. I attended his first three shams and I won’t be going all the way to San Francisco to attend the fourth.

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  63. SFC Ton says:

    2nd patriarch there says women love him, he’s on his 4th wife, 21 kids… and he eats mostly wild game he kills himself. Just sayin’.

    Almost all of Ton Clan protein comes from the men folk hands.

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  64. Farm Boy says:

    In important news,

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  65. Farm Boy says:

    Joe Biden has fallen asleep listening to Hillary Clinton during his own town hall

    — Caleb Hull (@CalebJHull) April 28, 2020


  66. Farm Boy says:

    Hillary Clinton Endorses Joe Biden: ‘I Wish He Were President Right Now



  67. Farm Boy says:

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  69. h0neyc0mb says:

    Def-fin-it-lee dump the 7!

    Liked by 1 person

  70. h0neyc0mb says:

    Uncle Joe! 😂

    Liked by 1 person

  71. Gunner Q says:

    Cill @ 28 April, 2020 at 9:40 pm
    “I attended his first three shams and I won’t be going all the way to San Francisco to attend the fourth.”

    Oh. Ohhhh. I wouldn’t go to San Francisco for life-saving surgery. Yeah, cut him loose and salt that earth. He’s gone.

    Liked by 2 people

  72. Farm Boy says:

    I won’t be going all the way to San Francisco to attend the fourth.

    It kinda looks like Cill doesn’t want to deal with the shit

    Liked by 1 person

  73. Farm Boy says:

    Disney has been accused of trying to claim media ownership of popular hashtag “MayThe4th” on Twitter.


    [A billion voices cried out in anger they did]


  74. Farm Boy says:

    My neighbors are having a big party. I won’t turn them in

    Liked by 1 person

  75. Farm Boy says:

    WASHINGTON, D.C.—Democratic presumptive presidential nominee Joe Biden was cleared in federal court today of charges that some claimed were based upon credible allegations of sexual assault when the judge quickly realized that Joe Biden was not a Republican.


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  76. Larry G says:

    today’s selfie….yup, I think I could use a haircut in the near future..

    [Found my long lost friend I have]

    Liked by 2 people

  77. Larry G says:

    hmmm…might keep the mustache though…

    Liked by 1 person

  78. Larry G says:

    this is classy, no?


  79. Cill says:

    Larry, I don’t believe we can improve on the friendly Border Collie.

    Liked by 2 people

  80. Larry G says:

    I see a bit of poodle in the one. A hybrid no doubt


  81. Cill says:

    Looks like the patriarch in a British judge’s wig I reckon.

    Liked by 1 person

  82. Larry G says:

    Gave some thought to Mack marrying for the 4th time to the standard issue western harridan…just think of him as a willing human sacrifice for the good of men everywhere by keeping one harpy bitch out of circulation for awhile..we ought to raise a glass in his honor

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  83. Cill says:

    … about to hand down a Death Sentence…


  84. Cill says:

    “raise a glass in his honor”

    Agreed. Bottoms up.

    Liked by 1 person

  85. Larry G says:

    seriously for just a minute….after my own divorce my thinking was all modern females were to be avoided like shit stained skivvies…and I was right. Unfortunately some guys just never learn even after being beaten repeatedly with the same stick


  86. Larry G says:

    when the time was right for me to select a female, I went way outside of the west and the generally fucked feminist culture to get a virgin wife….still trying her out to see if she’s suitable or not…only been 28 years so far

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  87. Farm Boy says:

    So what percentage of western women are harridans?


  88. Larry G says:

    time for me to go horizontal for a few hours….work starts at 4am. This is getting old


  89. Larry G says:

    FB, since I have no accurate data to go on, just SWAG…I would hazard a guess in the high 90% range…no way to prove or disprove I think


  90. Cill says:

    Well before you go to bed, instead of talking you got off your arse and did something about it. You did bought a wife. Classic. That’s worth a man raising a glass of CDDU to. Cheers.

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  91. Cill says:

    what percentage of western women are harridans / daft bints / bitches / Karens

    Like everything about feminism, it’s all over the place:

    Two thirds of young women now identify as feminist:

    34 percent of women over 35 identify as feminists

    68% women aged 50 to 64 identify as feminist:

    Only 7 per cent of Britons consider themselves feminists:


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  92. Farm Boy says:

    I wonder how many qualify as Karens…


  93. Cill says:

    FB I have altered the first line of me at 4:41 am accordingly.

    Liked by 1 person

  94. Farm Boy says:

    Maybe Liz can comment on this

    Officials in CA Town Call for Planning Commissioner to be Fired for Tossing a Cat During Videoconference



  95. Farm Boy says:

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  98. Cill says:

    Gilibrand, Warren, Harris, so much compassion and understanding for Joe. Compare that with their Kavanaugh witch hunt. What an insufferable bunch of feminist hypocrites.

    Liked by 4 people

  99. Farm Boy says:

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  100. Farm Boy says:

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  101. Farm Boy says:

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  102. Larry G says:

    Zero dark thirty..


  103. Farm Boy says:

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  104. VICE reports that the festival was “designed to be a temporary paradise where people from western cities could learn from indigenous communities about how to rebalance society and live in symbiosis with the earth.”

    Well, why aren’t they “rebalancing society and living in symbiosis with the earth”? This seems like the perfect opportunity to show us all how “real communism” will lead to utopia.

    Liked by 1 person



  106. The train was moving slowly and the person was injured, but in stable condition at a Kalamazoo hospital.



  107. Cheque d'Out says:

    Quite like this guy’s output. Reasonable tone. A PhD in Pathology. Also mentions toxicology background in some videos. No hysteria here


  108. Liz says:

    Gillibrand has two distinct and different personalities.
    Polished turd and unpolished turd.

    Liked by 5 people

  109. Well, it’s what inside that really counts.

    [Still soft on the inside she is?]

    Liked by 2 people

  110. Larry G says:

    “Gillibrand has two distinct and different personalities.
    Polished turd and unpolished turd.”

    LOL! I am sooo going to steal that insult to use at appropriate times

    Liked by 2 people

  111. Cheque d'Out says:

    The globalists will save us!

    Liked by 2 people

  112. Cheque d'Out says:

    More on the couple that were supposed to have taken ‘fish tank cleaner’ on the direct and explicit orders of the mean president Trump

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  113. Cheque d'Out says:

    Don’t worry about having missed part 1, he gives a summary of the fun at the start of this video

    Has had me LMAO a few times

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  114. Farm Boy says:

    A Wuhan laboratory is the “most likely” source of the COVID-19 outbreak now ravaging the globe, according to a U.S. government analysis that catalogs the evidence and concludes that other explanations for the origin of the coronavirus are less credible.



  115. Farm Boy says:

    The World Health Organization’s ‘Standards for Sexuality Education in Europe: A framework for policymakers, educational and health authorities and specialists’, advises children be taught about sexually pleasuring themselves and transgenderism before they’ve even fully learned to talk



  116. Farm Boy says:

    “Joe Biden might have to take one for the team here and identify as a woman so they can keep this “believe all women” lie going.”


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  117. Farm Boy says:

    The sequel was drearily predictable. Sloan was immediately called a racist and a misogynist. He queried a woman of Chinese origin—a double transgression in our politically correct age—and moreover was accused of questioning her loyalty to Canada. Sloan responded to the denunciations by asserting, “My views that Dr. Tam has followed the directives of the WHO to a fault and that the WHO’s directives are unduly influenced by the Chinese Communist Party do not have their genesis in the ethnic background or sex of our country’s chief medical officer. They are plain and simple facts…We are a democracy. Our elected leaders and the bureaucrats they appoint are not a ruling class that is above reproach, but public servants there to serve the interests of Canadians.”

    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was having none of it, adding his bloviating glibness to the controversy by claiming that “intolerance and racism have no place in our country”



  118. Farm Boy says:

    On March 25, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo issued an advisory for hospitals to discharge elderly patients with COVID-19 back to nursing homes. The advisory was built to combat alleged discrimination of those diagnosed with coronavirus.

    At a briefing on Monday, when Cuomo was asked about admitting coronavirus patients to nursing homes he claimed he was unaware of New York’s rule



  119. Farm Boy says:

    The military’s elite flight demonstration squadrons, the Navy’s Blue Angels and the Air Force’s Thunderbirds, gave a salute to health care workers and others on the front lines in the fight against the coronavirus. A total of 12 fighter jets, six of the Air Force’s F-16C/D Fighting Falcons and half a dozen F-18 C/D Hornets streaked over New York City, Newark, Brooklyn, Queens and Long Island before heading to Trenton, N.J., and Philadelphia.


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  120. Cill says:

    Spawny I almost felt sorry for that scammer. Poor bastard was weeping with frustration.

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  121. Cill says:

    FB 5:37. I know who is behind this.

    As I anticipated 3 years ago in THE PEDOPHILES OF ANTIFA,
    “The pedophiles of NAMBLA will make light of pedophilia, and try to manipulate society into accepting it. Over time, they will increase their efforts to legitimize it, make it acceptable, make it a victim of the patriarchy. This pressure is coming, mark my words. The documents indicate a connection with feminism, which I had already suspected.”

    There has to be a point at which a man draws the line. If ever one of my kids is interfered with, the pedo will pay the ultimate price. If pedophilia is legalised, I will take them away to a safe place where they can stay until they are old enough to look after themselves.

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  122. Larry G says:

    BWAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!! You evil carnivores are fucked now!!!! Carrots, Kale, Cucumbers, Turnips, Leeks shall be your food! The future is VEGAN! (doing erotic happy-dance)


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  123. Cill says:

    My oldest is already being trained. Boys need to be eminently able to protect themselves in this mad world.

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  124. Cheque d'Out says:

    Cill, I’ve not seen a scam-scammer with a more polished game. He says that his Granny had dementia and was scammed…so he went out for revenge. Top work. When you get two scammers from the same office ranting at each other…you know that you’re doing the Lord’s work

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  125. Cill says:

    I opened the post at your comment first thing this morning (it’s only 6:48 am here) and didn’t realize how loud i was laughing (had the earphones on). Woke everybody up.

    You’re to blame, of course. 😉

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  126. Cill says:

    Larry even a border collie is more scary than a vegetarian pirate Rabbit mate. 😉

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  127. Larry G says:

    “even a border collie is more scary than a vegetarian pirate Rabbit mate”
    Well, yeah, for normal omnivore humanoids you would be correct…but think about who we are discussing here….folks that have a guilt complex eating cheese FFS

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  128. Cill says:

    I ate a Turtle once.

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  129. Larry G says:

    LOL! Cill, obviously you are not fully into the spirit of swearing off eating all moving critters (turtles are included in this category) and embracing the veggie world as your sole source of sustenance…

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  130. Larry G says:

    Cookie Monster says “Fuck that!”

    Liked by 4 people

  131. Cill says:

    Spawny, I like that bloke. I like his erudite delivery.

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  132. Cill says:

    As mentioned, I sailed around your sceptred isle in a series of rented boats, saw Dutch boats complete with factory ship raping the sea bed off the coast of Yorkshire. Honestly mate, if I’d had a torpedo I would have fired it at the bastards. It’s disgusting how much damage decades of UK politicians have allowed to the British fishing industry. The Netherlands, Spain etc think it’s theirs for the taking.

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  133. All that stuff can be breaded and deep-fried. Except carrots. No one can find a use for carrots.

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  134. Larry G says:

    Damn. Did I derail the thread AGAIN???

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  135. Cill says:

    Rumor has it that Darwin himself consumed Galapogos critters.

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  136. Larry G says:

    Cill, turtle is best prepared how? Baked, broiled? Only had turtle soup myself at a cheap Chink restaurant and was not impressed


  137. Larry G says:

    Vegan nightmare…

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  138. Cill says:

    Larry, that “Turtle” could have been Bat or reptile e.g. lizard or snake or any damn thing. In fact, probably those small Turtles that are nothing special to taste.

    Liked by 1 person

  139. Larry G says:

    ACK! well, I was semi-shitfaced that night anyway….

    Liked by 2 people

  140. Cill says:

    Tried it baked and also sliced and fried.

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  141. Larry G says:

    Now you have me wanting to try it….and no clue where I can get turtle, just not a hot market for it in Denver I think…going to do some checking

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  142. Yeah, I been wondering about that. If we have super-cheap and effective treatments, why the eff are we still chasing experimental $50k treatments?

    (P.S. I’m not really puzzled by it.)

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  143. Cill says:

    The meat in a Chinese stir fry can even be cat. They peg the carcasses to a clothes line and leave them there for weeks (I think – many days at least) before they cook them for the unsuspecting customers. That has been the grisly fate many a missing moggy.

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  144. Cheque d'Out says:

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  145. Cheque d'Out says:

    “ACK! well, I was semi-shitfaced that night anyway….”
    I prefer the term ‘appropriately medicated’ myself

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  146. Cill says:

    I haven’t for sale in the shops.

    Liked by 1 person

  147. Cill says:

    “why the eff are we still chasing experimental $50k treatments?”

    Good question. The reports I’ve read have it that the most effective treatments for wuflu are “plasma” from recovered patients, and hydroxychlorophine.


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  148. Ame says:

    Oh, we love carrots. I slice them up and cook them in lots of butter and lots of cinnamon! Cook them till caramelized … yummm!!!

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  149. Sumo says:

    No one can find a use for carrots.

    Wrong and wrong.

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  150. SFC Ton says:

    My oldest is already being trained. Boys need to be eminently able to protect themselves in this mad world.

    Ju Jistu starts at 24 months. Sooner if they have the attention span and every young rooster comes with a rugger 10/22…… including an applied for suppressor….. firearm trust paper work comes pro bono from my suppressor guy. Plus at this point a group discount. The clan broodmares have been busy dropping colts.

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  151. SFC Ton says:

    No one can find a use for carrots.

    Wrong and wrong.

    Carrots brake when you stab people with them, which makes carrots utterly use less

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  152. Farm Boy says:

    Muslim advocacy for drinking camel urine is back in the news, this time in connection with coronavirus,



  153. okrahead says:

    The snapping turtle is considered a delicacy in much of the American South. The alligator snapping turtle is even more preferred, but I think that they may be a protected species now. Other turtles around here are generally held in disdain as a food source, but good for target practice when basking on logs.

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  154. Farm Boy says:

    The Department of Health order, dated March 25, decreed that nursing homes and rehab centers could not use a positive COVID-19 test as the sole basis for rejecting a patient being referred from hospitals. Fearing state regulators, many facility executives say they accepted the transfers even though they believed the order was a death sentence for some existing patients and staff.



  155. SFC Ton says:

    The pedophiles of NAMBLA will make light of pedophilia, and try to manipulate society into accepting it. Over time, they will increase their efforts to legitimize it, make it acceptable, make it a victim of the patriarchy. This pressure is coming, mark my words. The documents indicate a connection with feminism, which I had already suspected.”

    There has to be a point at which a man draws the line

    Unless you are cathloic.


  156. okrahead says:

    Carrots are good bait in a live trap if you enjoy fresh rabbit or squirrel.

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  157. Farm Boy says:

    The World Health Organization has flip-flopped on coronavirus once again after it appeared to endorse Sweden’s policy of not implementing a full lockdown.



  158. SFC Ton says:

    The snapping turtle is considered a delicacy in much of the American South. The alligator snapping turtle is even more preferred

    Ate a lot of them as a kid but could never tell if my father enjoyed eating them or if he made us catch, process, kill etc them as learning experiences.

    Which covers a lot of things my father thought was important

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  159. okrahead says:

    We can’t begin to be a civilized society again until the law recognizes NAMBLA membership as a capital crime and acts accordingly.

    Liked by 6 people

  160. SFC Ton says:

    Carrots are good bait in a live trap if you enjoy fresh rabbit or squirrel.

    Place the snares correctly and the dumb fuckers will just run into the trap.


  161. Farm Boy says:

    “People were predicting us to be worse than New York, like another Italy,” the governor told Fox News host Sean Hannity. “They said that this week, one of the newspapers in Florida said we would have 464,000 people hospitalized. The actual number is 2,200. So we beat that by 462,000. But what we did very early was focus on the populations who are most at risk – our senior citizens, and particularly our nursing homes and assisted living facilities.”

    “We instituted screening for all staff immediately, we stopped visitation, we required all staff to wear N95 masks,” DeSantis explained. “I charged the National Guard with doing strike teams and spot testing at the facility to try to figure out if any of the staff are asymptomatic. Whenever there was an incident at a nursing home, we send these quick response teams to go and try to limit some infections … We’ve put out almost six million masks just to our nursing homes and assisted living facilities and so we understood the risk that this posed to the senior population.”


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  162. Farm Boy says:

    STAT detailed the early clinical trial results of Gilead Sciences’ antiviral medicine Remdesivir in a test involving 125 people at a Chicago hospital. Nearly all of the patients who were treated with the antiviral drug experienced “rapid recoveries in fever and respiratory symptoms” and were “discharged in less than a week.” STAT reported:



  163. Cill says:

    “Wrong and wrong”

    Two wrong carrots could make a right one (sort of). In Spawny land the meaning of “right one” as in “he’s a right one, he is” is actually closer to “wrong” than “right”.

    And that would have to be one of the most useless comments I’ve ever made.
    And that’s saying something.

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  164. h0neyc0mb says:

    Correct .. they are good in your pets, pet food.

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  165. Liz says:

    I don’t think the left has had this much interest in the “wellbeing” of our military since Cindy Sheehan was planning her trip to North Korea.

    [Probably hope they all die they do]

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  166. Sumo says:

    I happen to like carrots. And since I happen to be a moderately talented chef, I can do some fairly impressive things with them. If I served them to you, you would eat them and beg for seconds.

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  167. SFC Ton says:

    If you tried to serve them to me you would beg for mercy. And The Ton is not merciful

    Liked by 4 people

  168. Cill says:

    Sumo, my spit roast pork would have ’em begging for more like hours than seconds I reckon…

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  169. Farm Boy says:

    There is a real border collie here

    Liked by 1 person

  170. Farm Boy says:

    Glorious Patriarch,

    Is what he says about the British true?

    Liked by 1 person

  171. Farm Boy says:

    Handwritten notes from the FBI that had been withheld from Michael Flynn and his defense team show that the FBI’s goal in investigating and ambushing Flynn was ‘to get him fired.’


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  172. Ame says:

    Would love to know some of those impressive things, Sumo, if you’d be willing to share.


  173. Cheque d'Out says:

    That was an interesting video about Monty. I’ve never really warmed to the guy. Always thought that the hat (two badges!) and his speeches to the troops were just affectations by a prissy peacocking martinet.

    Having seen that side of the story, I’m a little warmer toward him. I’ve heard elsewhere that the troops morale in North Africa was terrible as they saw Rommel as an unbeatable professional.

    A bridge too far was still a catastrophic fuck up for someone who valued soldiers’ lives though

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