From here,

Simone Dadoun-Cohen is an entrepreneur, former exotic dancer, wife, mother of three, and pot-stirrer. Her website,, seems recession-proof, as it counts over 250,000 affluent men and beautiful young women among its members.

It does seem to be tailored to hypergamy, does it not?  Or if not that, exploitation.  Either way, if is not good for society.

Momlogic:Tell me how you came up with the idea for Established Men.

Simone Dadoun-Cohen: I’m 30 right now, but when I was in my very early twenties, I needed to support myself and pay for school. I decided to work at a gentlemen’s club.

One would have thought, horrible experience, seedy environment, but it was the complete opposite. It was actually a fabulous experience. I had the opportunity to dance for some of the most influential men in the city. They were intelligent, educated, successful, and definitely generous. 

Being in that type of environment, I came to wonder, where would I actually meet a man like this? Where could a young, beautiful, ambitious woman find a man like that outside of a strip club? 

Really, were these fellas that awesome?  All of them?  I suppose that is why there are bouncers.  It just takes one you know, for good or bad.

Many of the men might have been intelligent, successful, educated, etc., but what of their character?  Probably that doesn’t play into hypergamy, not like money and/or power.

I actually met my husband at the gentlemen’s club, and that inspired me to give back to the rest of the female community and give them the opportunity to meet a man of that caliber, so they too could go ahead and meet someone they were truly compatible with, to build a life with.

This is a sugar-daddy site that has been set up.  I guess it is a rent-to-own site.

So what does compatible mean?  A fella that has money?  And if he has the money, well stuff has already been pretty much built, and she didn’t have anything to do with it.

Could these women be compatible with men without lots of money?

We don’t have a transactional component to the website. Some of the other websites in the “sugar daddy” space, most of them do — where women will actually put into their profile that this is the allowance that they require.

We don’t have that. It’s not about dollars and cents. It’s about building that mutually beneficial commonality, that lifestyle together. I understand why people ask, but it’s really something they don’t understand.

So we just put our head in the sand and pretend.

ML: With a website that focuses on “beautiful women” who date “established men,” as a mom, when the time comes, what message does this send to your kids? How will you handle your daughter’s self-image issues as she enters the dating arena?

SDC: When I say “beautiful, ambitious women,” it’s not about who I find beautiful, or even who the men on the site find beautiful. It’s that they find themselves beautiful. I went through a time when I felt inadequate—regardless of how I looked. It’s really important to dig deep and find things that make you feel beautiful.

As for the message, it be “let your inner hypergamy run wild”.  Or perhaps, “exploit what you got no matter the cost to your future self, future kids, or society as a whole”.

As for ambitious, it seems that it is all about latching onto a man’s money.  I suppose that is type of ambition.

So I wonder what digging deep to find things that make you beautiful result in. Probably nothing that I as a grounded guy can relate to.

My 6-year-old recently came to me, wishing her hair or eyes were a different color. We made a list of all the things that are fabulous about her—it didn’t come from me, it was her responsibility.

Then we actually made a circle around all those beautiful attributes, and around the circumference, we wrote the names of all the people that love her, so she could see how important she is and how beautiful she is to all these people.

She has it up on her wall, and it helped reinforce to her how incredible she is.

That never happened to me as a kid.  It never happened to my sisters either.  No adult every told us how incredible we were.  I see problems ahead for this girl.  When girls are introduced to heavy sexual selling of themselves (in this case through Mommy’s example and business) at an early age, is it ever good?

Exit question:  Does she truly believe that she is actually helping the world?

Posted in alpha fux, Dating????, FarmBoy, Hypergamy
155 comments on “Ambitious
  1. “Really, were these fellas that awesome?”

    They were in a strip club. I can’t be judgemental without being hypocritical, but I reckon a strip club is not the best place to find an awesome man or woman.

    Nor is her Sugar Daddy Lite dating platform.

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  2. Actually, that interview is all horse shit.

    Biderman’s emails indicate that the women who promoted themselves in national media as top executives at the websites Cougar Life, The Big and the Beautiful, and Established Men were hired to attract publicity and new members by spinning a compelling backstory for the sites. In reality they were spokesmodels — invariably very good-looking spokesmodels — with most reporters taking them at their word about their executive roles. Avid Life had a pay grid that offered compensation for various media appearances. The relationship with Avid Media did not always end amicably.

    Simone Dadoun-Cohen, who presented herself as the founder and CEO of Established Men, a site aimed at connecting wealthy men with young women who appreciate the benefits of dating wealthy men, declined to comment when contacted by telephone.

    Simone Dadoun-Cohen was described as alternately as the “founder,” “creator” or “CEO” of Established Men, on The Tyra Banks Show, ABC News and elsewhere. Her backstory was that she was inspired to start the site after putting herself through college as a stripper at the Toronto men’s club, The Brass Rail, where she met her future husband.

    By 2012, she was no longer the public face of Established Men, which had Biderman trying to figure out how to handle media requests for her. In a 2013 email exchange, Biderman and Avid Life’s former public relations manager Shari Cogan discuss how to respond if reporters ask about Dadoun-Cohen and whether they should ask her to do one more interview for a Toronto Life feature on sugar-daddy dating.

    “At this point do we just say that Simone is no longer working for us, only if asked? Thoughts?” Cogan wrote. “If you still want me to try Simone I can but how much are we willing to pay her?”

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  3. Farm Boy says:

    Actually, that interview is all horse shit.

    You mean that we can’t necessarily believe the media?

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  4. The media is complete bullshit these days. Nobody working in the media has any intention of doing anything beyond advancing their own agendas.

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  5. Farm Boy says:

    The argument that vitamin D deficiency may contribute to more severe cases of Covid is gaining ground. It is now reaching the point where it is surprising that we are not hearing from leading medical officials and politicians that people should consider taking supplements to ensure they have sufficient vitamin D


  6. Farm Boy says:

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  8. Farm Boy says:

    [Apparently not much love for her there is]

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  9. Farm Boy says:

    Democratic New York Mayor Bill de Blasio said Monday that any beachgoer who attempts to swim in the water this weekend will “be taken right out of the water.


  10. Farm Boy says:

    The media is complete bullshit these days. Nobody working in the media has any intention of doing anything beyond advancing their own agendas.

    But they say that they are all about truth. They even sometimes claim that they bring “truth to power”


  11. Larry G says:

    hmmmm…I sense a mild bit of rebellion brewing….

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  12. Mikey “Ipecac” Obama.

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  13. Larry G says:

    The Three Stupidest Stooges…collectively with the intelligence of a bag of hammers

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  14. h0neyc0mb says:

    Matt is a Super Cuck .. I’m surprised his husband let him post that comment.


  15. Hey, Larry, some of my best friends are Hammer-Americans.

    Which one is Evil, which one is Corrupt and which one is Arrogant? Ha, Ha, they all are.

    [Men of steel they are?]

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  16. Cheque d'Out says:

    Could be interesting. Let’s see what they release about our lovely child grooming, I mean raping, community. ‘a’ report vs ‘the’ report

    the tory ‘government’ has been making a pig’s ear of things lately, so they might be feeling the need to polish their (largely non-existent) conservative credentials

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  17. Alan Kardec says:

    As a 20-something I once went shopping at Brooks Brothers. I wanted a conservative black suit. I was 6’4″ and 185 lbs (and, thankfully, I still am). The best they could do fit like a tent and the arms and legs were too short. With a somewhat disdainful expression the salesman explained to me that Brooks Brothers suits (at least in those stone age days of the 1980s) were cut to fit a more “Established Gentleman.”

    Perhaps we’re missing something. Could it be that the website was simply hooking up fat guys? If so, more power to them.

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  18. Cheque d'Out says:

    It seems that we told the EU (especially France, Holland and Spain) to fuck themselves…and they said okay

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  19. Cheque d'Out says:

    p.s. ^^^ Thanks Donald.

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  20. Sumo says:

    With a somewhat disdainful expression the salesman explained to me that Brooks Brothers suits (at least in those stone age days of the 1980s) were cut to fit a more “Established Gentleman.”

    I only wear suits for funerals and court appearances.

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  21. Cheque d'Out says:

    Gone missing; A useless buffoon

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  22. Dibs on “”!

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  23. Sumo says:

    So today’s project was to smoke the bacon that’s been curing in my fridge for the past week.
    The left side is red miso cured bacon, and the right side is spicy garlic miso cured bacon.

    I really need my restaurant to re-open. I’m starting to run out of room to store food.

    [Ship it to Degoba you could]

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  24. Ame says:

    “on-air talent”

    seems an oxymoron to me.

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  25. Ame says:

    The Three Stupidest Stooges…collectively with the intelligence of a bag of hammers

    Larry … please don’t insult hammers 😉

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  26. Larry G says:

    Hammers are useful unlike the Three Turds….so how about a pile of rocks?

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  27. Farm Boy says:

    On April 15, Whitmer signed an order mandating that nursing homes and other long-term care facilities accept COVID-19 patients from nearby hospitals. If a nursing home’s occupancy is at 80% or more of its capacity, it must refer coronavirus patients to a “regional hub” or another long-term care facility with additional rooms and resources.


  28. Farm Boy says:

    A Michigan business owner is rallying Michiganders to defy Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s (D-Mich.) “ludicrous” coronavirus orders in a “Take Yourself to Work (Day)” on May 21. He has argued that the “breathless reporting” about coronavirus and the economic devastation of the lockdowns are far more dangerous than the COVID-19 itself

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  29. Farm Boy says:

    Illegal aliens in California can begin applying for financial relief under the coronavirus fund created by the Democratic state legislature.

    Illegals are eligible to apply for a $500 payment for individuals and $1000 for families under a program that mixes state funds with private donations.


  30. Farm Boy says:

    A 19-year-old Swedish man was stabbed to death while trying to prevent a Sudanese migrant raping a woman at a party.


  31. Farm Boy says:

    Class-action Lawsuit Alleges Pennsylvania Government Violated Constitutional Rights When Distributing Coronavirus Business Waivers


  32. Farm Boy says:

    Here is something different


  33. Farm Boy says:

    Apparently she doesn’t like white people


  34. horsemanbombadil says:

    I don’t know what Mike and BV etc. are on about. See how easy that was.

    Same way I learned to wire my house, dig a septic, run a tower crane, play classical banjo and circumcise water buffalo….

    5 minutes on Youtube!!

    Practice, shmactice!! How hard could it be?

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  35. horsemanbombadil says:


    God I miss the 80s.

    What do teenage boys in this era dream of?
    These shows made me save every penny to be able to solo.

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  36. Larry G says:

    Horseman, Black Sheep Squadron is still on Saturday afternoon here, I catch it once in awhile. I got to thinking about the WW2 vets, Korea & Viet Nam….these men started off as boys mostly and quickly became hard assed fighters…the soy boys, arrogant loud-moth cunts, sex perverts and trannys that infest the US military couldn’t punch their way out of a paper bag. We have let the military become a joke and have fucked over the men who went before by by tolerating this nonsense, in the name of “equality”… just really pisses me off at times

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  37. Alan Kardec says:

    Airwolf! The guy who built a lot of the bits for that helicopter also worked with a guy who was building an engine for my ’65 Mustang. I remember him giving me a chance to wallop some of them with a single jack (one handed sledge) … I nearly broke my arm. It was sandwiched foam and Kevlar. Slightly springy but definitely unbreakable, at least he was sure I couldn’t break it … and he was right!

    There was a lot of goofiness about the 1980s but, as I’m sure is always true, I didn’t really appreciate what I had back then. I happily accepted but I really didn’t appreciate.

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  38. Larry G says:

    I took flying lessons for weeks before I left for overseas. A Cessna 172. Was a great experience while it lasted, but the cost eventually grounded me. Nevertheless, it was worth every penny that I scrounged up…..

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  39. Liz says:

    These shows made me save every penny to be able to solo.

    Mike too.

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  40. Would like to see the guy do a Pitch Meeting for Airwolf, MotorcycleWolf, Knight Rider.

    So, you have TV show idea for me?

    I sure do, sir. See, there’s this guy and he has a really cool, helicopter/motorcycle/ car.

    What’s so cool about it?

    It has machines guns/can go 300mph/has a talking computer.

    Wow, machine guns/300mph/talking computers are tight!

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  41. Why does the plane have like 6 cigarette lighters but no cup holders?

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  42. horsemanbombadil says:

    Roger E Mosley, TC on Magnum was an experienced chopper pilot during production but was not allowed to fly on camera because of insurance. Read this in TV guide in my teens.

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  43. Liz says:

    I thought the masks were a nice touch.
    (but, truly…what is the real story here? They elected to use very expensive sex dolls instead of cheap and ubiquitous mannequins. What is the reason? I am intrigued)

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  44. horsemanbombadil says:

    And of course the ever faithful Screamin Mimi from Riptide.

    I still live by Ryder’s Law (coined by Nick Ryder, Joe Penny’s character)
    “People generally get out of the way of crazies”


  45. SFC Ton says:

    A 19-year-old Swedish man was stabbed to death while trying to prevent a Sudanese migrant raping a woman at a party.

    He wasn’t stabbed to death

    He was culturally enriched

    Reality is a man is either a racist or a cuck.

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  46. Cill says:

    With a somewhat disdainful expression the salesman explained to me that Brooks Brothers suits (at least in those stone age days of the 1980s) were cut to fit a more “Established Gentleman.”

    The “Established Gentleman” is wide of hip and narrow of chest. His back is no narrower at the waist than it is at the shoulder. His limbs, all 4 of them, are stubby.

    The establishment does not make suits for those men who could kick the Established Gentleman’s arse without raising a sweat. If you are counter-establishment in height or shape, you must have your suits taylor made.

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  47. Cill says:

    the Three Turds (Schiff and co.)

    There’s a saying Down Under, “You can’t polish a turd but you can roll it in glitter.”

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  48. Ame says:

    Nope. I like rocks.


  49. thedeti says:

    My very first shitpost.

    Think of the 1979 song “My Sharona” by The Knack

    Oooh we’re really bored in here
    Bored in here
    Locked up in our houses all the time, corona
    Oooh gotta get out of here
    Out of here
    If I don’t I think I’ll lose my mind, corona

    It’s never gonna stop, I’ve given up, I just think there’s no hope

    I’m still stuck at home, I need some better hand soap

    My my my my my ow!!
    M-m-m-m-my corona

    Don’t come any closer huh, no closer huh
    Or else I’ll have to hand sanitize, corona
    Get that paper mask on, get it on
    Gotta social distance all the time, corona

    It’s never gonna stop, I’ve given up, I just think there’s no hope

    Can I go to work or will that make me just a big dope

    My my my my my ow!!

    M-m-m-m-m-my corona

    No more toilet paper now, paper now
    We’re using notebook paper with lines, corona
    I wanna go to a bar , to a bar
    Can’t even get a decent glass of wine, corona

    Can’t go to church, or cut my hair, or even mani pedi
    I just wanna look good and kinda be a little pretty

    My my my my my ow!!
    M-m-m-m-my corona

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  50. Farm Boy says:

    Challenge for Liz

    [See it I do]

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  51. Farm Boy says:

    “Unconscious bias includes using language, symbolism and nonverbal cues that reinforce normative social identities with respect to gender, race, sexual preference and socioeconomic status,” Bonomi said. “For example, when the virtual background of a Zoom meeting attendee has pictures of his or her wedding, it unintentionally reinforces the idea that marriage is most fitting between opposite sexes.”

    Amy Bonomi, Michigan State director of the university’s Children and Youth Institute


  52. Farm Boy says:

    BREAKING: Trump reprtedly told Senators today his oldest three children were unmasked on inauguration day

    — Jack Posobiec (@JackPosobiec) May 19, 2020


  53. Farm Boy says:

    But hairstylists aren’t most people. They have begun what is being called the “Second American Revolution,” descending on state capitol buildings wielding scissors, shears, hairdryers, and curling irons.

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  54. Ame says:

    Horseman – that’s hilarious! lol!


  55. Farm Boy says:

    What vexed me was that he has been so conditioned to believe that women are at a disadvantage that he still views the world in this manner, decades after any such disadvantage has long passed them by. We still have literary awards which exist only for women while at the same time women dominate every other award in existence. And yet still people believe that women are discriminated against.

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  56. theshadowedknight says:

    The Swede sounds like he might have been a decent sort, politically, but he still didn’t have the balls to do the needed thing. If someone breaks into a party and starts attacking the women there, I’m damn sure going to be the one doing any stabbing that happens. He should have grabbed a kitchen knife and given that invader the business.

    Going after a man’s children is a dangerous move. If he leaves office, he and his children are dead unless he turns it over to one of his sons after tossing the Democrats in jail. They will never again risk allowing the levers of power to be seized by Americans if given the chance.

    War is coming. The horsemen ride together; death and pestilence are here, and famine looks to be on his way. Just waiting on the last rider to sally forth.

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  57. Cheque d'Out says:

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  58. Larry G says:

    I’m going to be contrary now…”The Swede sounds like he might have been a decent sort, politically, but he still didn’t have the balls to do the needed thing.”

    why should he jump in to any female’s defense if she is not his girlfriend/wife/family/friend? if he does not know her personally and has a vested interest in her safety/well being, it’s not his monkey and not his circus to protect her. He should have walked away and left her to her fate.
    The wolves will get to the sheep, since the sheep have made it clear that they do not need or want a shepherd, let them reap the full consequences of those decisions

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  59. Larry G says:

    “He should have grabbed a kitchen knife and given that invader the business.” Invader? No. These invaders were invited and welcomed into Sweden by the feminist and female controlled government. These stupid cunts actually believe these immigrant animals would be grateful and integrate themselves into society as new-Swedes. LOL! Seriously, how fucking stupid some women can be at times still amazes me.
    I have no sympathy for the females (or males for that matter) of a self poisoned society like Sweden.

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  60. Liz says:

    They actually had Charmin toilet paper at the store this week.
    I haven’t seen 2 ply toilet paper in three months.
    Must be a milestone of some sort.
    Maybe we’re over the dhump?

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  61. Check out who the first comment is from!

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  62. Liz says:

    “For example, when the virtual background of a Zoom meeting attendee has pictures of his or her wedding, it unintentionally reinforces the idea that marriage is most fitting between opposite sexes.”

    Theses folks make Soviet propaganda seem honest.

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  63. Hummm… looks like somebody’s up to something…imagine that!

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  64. 10 chapters in and this has been really good so far.

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  65. Stephanie says:

    Just popping in… our Viking boy started reading to the baby just now, and all of a sudden turned on his death-metal voice and saw a picture of cake and said,

    “CAKE… EAT THE CAKE!!!!!”

    Oldest and I looked at each other and he burst out laughing (I had just taken a sip of coffee – BAD decision LOL).

    Surprisingly, the baby was ok with death metal voice over of his baby book LOL

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  66. Simone Dadoun-Cohen (now Simone Sinclair) is down with the fitness.


  67. Ame says:

    KrisAnne Hall, JD
    May 18 at 9:34 PM · Public
    From a nurse in Orlando, FL.
    “Do you want know why I’m over this COVID19? I know of two people personally, that have had the medical field try to label them as COVID19 positive without a test!!! One man had hospice brought in as he was dying of lung cancer. Hospice started putting COVID19 as his diagnosis. When questioned by family as he was never tested and had cancer for over a year, the family was told because Hospice would get paid more with a COVID 19 diagnosis!!!! Family refused to allow this to happen. Another case where a man was taken to the hospital for a flare in his COPD. As they admitted him, they labeled him as COVID19 and was about to put him on the COVID floor. The man was NEVER tested but the hospital was quick to put the diagnosis down on his admitting papers! Needless to say, the family intervened and he was placed on the general medical floor and treated as a normal COPD patient.
    WAKE up people! Quit playing stupid and letting the government take over your lives! These two men never had COVID19 but the medical personnel was eager to label them as they would get more money from Medicare!!!!”


  68. Ame says:

    the reasons the gubmt uses to remove children from their parents is terrifying.

    Bloom – how’re you feeling this week?

    btw … have you seen things like this?

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  69. I am feeling much better thank you! Or at least from the whatever I had. But just as I got better from that a filling that had broken after the shut down that I had hoped would hold out till after decided not to and my cheek swelled up like a chipmunk. Of course on the weekend so nothing was open (dentists are shut down, drop in clinics were closed) so I had to go to the ER which was the last place I wanted to go but it was basically empty and the staff were super bored. They were all wearing paper masks but acting quite casual. I had a mask too. But of course had to drop it so they could take a look and they would casually drop theirs also and did not seem overly worried which was refreshing compared to how people act like everyone is the grim reaper at the store the few times I have gone. I so wanted to ask their opinion of all this but didn’t. I got antibiotics and super dose ibuphrophen and my cheek is back to normal, can’t get in w the emergency dentist for over a week but the doc said it was best if the infection has time before then anyway. Ug.

    Have I seen this? Kids taken by cps over vaccines? Or? My kids have their vaccines but I spread them out over a longer time and would not do multiples at one time. No problems w that. Luckily! That story is very sad. I do wonder if there is another side to it, but who knows…

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  70. Ooohhh do you mean the camera covers, no I had not but I clicked on and ordered them! Thank you!

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  71. I was wanting to get an antibody test to see where I was at w that but now am not so sure… I am concerned it could somehow be used against me as far as insurance or something. Probably paranoid I know but…

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  72. Liz says:

    Probably paranoid I know but…

    Doesn’t mean you’re wrong.

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  73. Larry G says:

    You have nothing to fear. We are with the Government. We are here to help you…Pay no attention to that man with the camera….

    Liked by 4 people

  74. Cheque d'Out says:

    I feel safer already, Larry.

    Liked by 2 people

  75. Larry G says:

    It would appear that I may be in a deeply cynical mood today…

    Liked by 2 people

  76. Larry G says:

    hmmmm…this just might fix my pissy mood..

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  77. Ame says:

    very glad to hear you’re doing well, Bloom – very sorry about the tooth, though!

    i’m a bit leery about that antibody test for that very reason … what are they going to do with that knowledge? b/c we all know they can be trusted implicitly, you know. /s

    yes … the camera covers. i keep an extra set around b/c they do fall off occasionally.

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  78. Sumo says:

    Pay no attention to that man with the camera….

    In a totalitarian regime, you shoot the guy with the camera first.

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  79. Ame says:

    sorry you’re in such a bad mood today, Larry … must keep those stupid people far away from you 🙂 🙂 🙂

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  80. Farm Boy says:

    Higgs also identified the underlying psychological cause: the negativity effect, which is the universal tendency of bad events and emotions to affect us more strongly good ones, a cognitive bias that politicians and journalists exploit to foment fear and promote bigger government.

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  81. Larry G says:

    “20 May, 2020 at 10:50 pm
    sorry you’re in such a bad mood today, Larry … must keep those stupid people far away from you ”

    Thanks. Had to deal with not one, but TWO Karen’s today. Left me wondering where the hell does the company dig these bitches up from. One actually said “do you know who I am?” when she started arguing. That did not please me

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  82. Larry G says:

    And when that stupid cunt finally hung up, she was not much of a happy camper either.


  83. Farm Boy says:

    New Orleans, which once held the unfortunate distinction of having the highest per capita coronavirus death rate of any city in the country, hasn’t reported a new death from coronavirus in the past three days — highlighting a remarkable turnaround for a city


  84. Farm Boy says:

    On Tuesday, President Donald Trump signed an executive order that gives his cabinet “tremendous power to cut regulation.” The order gives America’s flailing economy, still half-shuttered by the coronavirus crisis and government lockdowns, important relief as the effort to reopen picks up steam in different states

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  85. Ame says:

    Larry G
    8m ago
    “20 May, 2020 at 10:50 pm
    sorry you’re in such a bad mood today, Larry … must keep those stupid people far away from you ”

    Thanks. Had to deal with not one, but TWO Karen’s today. Left me wondering where the hell does the company dig these bitches up from. One actually said “do you know who I am?” when she started arguing. That did not please me

    ohhh, heavens! have mercy on her soul! she did NOT know who she spoke that to … bet she doesn’t make that mistake again! lol!


  86. Larry G says:

    There is a very good reason why my boss does’nt want me talking to the shit4bra….er, customers.

    [Probably “the customer is always right” not true with you it is]

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  87. Farm Boy says:

    Europe’s coronavirus infections are still “in check” authorites say, weeks after European governments began lifting coronavirus-related lockdowns, defying some experts’ expectations about the continued spread of the novel coronavirus


  88. Farm Boy says:

    A biologist whose blog about the coronavirus has gone viral told CNN that you have a higher chance of contracting the virus from someone who is talking loudly in a crowded space than someone who is simply breathing while not wearing a mask


  89. Farm Boy says:

    Police in Toledo, Ohio were forced to give people a different number to report citizens who were “not social distancing” after 911 lines were flooded with calls.


  90. Farm Boy says:

    A poll conducted by Essential Research has found that a huge majority of Australians, 77% believe China is covering up the reality of the coronavirus outbreak.

    Liked by 1 person

  91. Farm Boy says:

    Michigan State Police Issue Three Disorderly Conduct Citations During Operation Haircut

    Looks like Michigan Democratic Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has the Michigan State Police on a short leash


  92. Larry G says:

    Too bad some genius can’t develope a Karen Virus…I’d volunteer to be a super-spreader for that

    [Turn people into Karens it would?]

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  93. Farm Boy says:

    Rep. Russ Diamond said Levine needs to go. He cited “the horrific results of the department’s COVID-19 policy” in regard to the number of cases and deaths that have occurred in nursing homes and other facilities under the department’s oversight. More than two-thirds of the state’s coronavirus deaths have occurred in long-term care facilities.


  94. SFC Ton says:

    . If you are counter-establishment in height or shape, you must have your suits taylor made.

    Trying being 5’8″ a 4th in the world squatter.

    Even gym clothes dont fit off the shelf

    Liked by 3 people

  95. Farm Boy says:

    They admit that they hate and want to degrade white men


  96. Farm Boy says:

    Kamala Harris introduces resolution condemning ‘Chinese Virus’ as racist


  97. Farm Boy says:

    The vast majority of left-wing protesters arrested on suspicion of politically-fuelled offences in Berlin are young men who live with their parents, a new report found.


  98. Stephanie says:

    ” One actually said “do you know who I am?” when she started arguing.

    Larry should have said, yes, I do, handed her a name tag with Karen on it…

    And said, “HERE’S YOUR SIGN!”

    Liked by 4 people

  99. Stephanie says:

    Like this only for Karens

    There’s gotta be a way to edit one 😀

    Liked by 3 people

  100. Farm Boy says:

    “Spokesman speaks stupidly on behalf of China, trying desperately to deflect the pain and carnage that their country spread throughout the world. Its disinformation and propaganda attack on the United States and Europe is a disgrace,” Trump tweeted. “It all comes from the top. They could have easily stopped the plague, but they didn’t!”


  101. Farm Boy says:

    Gretchen Whitmer Allows Gay Swinger’s Club to Operate While Barber Loses License

    Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer is by far the worst. That was made clear with the news that a gay swinger’s club with “glory holes” is being allowed to operate under her nose in Lansing while she aims her business-killing death ray on 77-year-old barber Karl Manke for giving haircuts


  102. Farm Boy says:

    Not LGBTQ enough


  103. Farm Boy says:

    Even New York’s Andrew Cuomo could see the disaster of that outrageous and deadly policy. Nursing home deaths in New York are sky-high at more than 5,000 deaths, and since the outrageous order was exposed as his own administration’s doing, he’s backtracked, blaming everyone but himself.

    Yet Whitmer, by contrast, viewed Cuomo’s bad maneuver as a “how-to” guide.


  104. Farm Boy says:

    President Trump lambasted China in a late night tweet storm, warning that the communist state is ‘desperate’ for his opponent Joe Biden to win the US election in November.

    Liked by 1 person

  105. Farm Boy says:

    Oregon never really got hit by Coronavirus. Nearby Washington had it early on, but never got overwhelmed and has weathered the storm. That Kate Brown has not eased restrictions in Oregon at this point says more about her than any science. This is no longer about public health, but about government control

    Liked by 1 person

  106. Farm Boy says:

    Gov. Ron DeSantis of Florida, on the other hand, has been vilified by the mainstream media for a variety of reasons. His greatest sin thus far has been NOT turning into a petty tyrant and proving that giving citizens some freedom isn’t the death sentence that we’ve been told it is.

    Liked by 1 person

  107. Farm Boy says:

    It’s not a good feeling to feel like you got played. It’s not a good feeling to feel like we’ve had the rules changed on us mid-game. Not to benefit lives and livelihoods, but to attain and maintain power.

    I never thought I’d see America willingly go into lockdown, and then see so many Americans wanting to stay there, all the while berating those who want to open their businesses and care for their families. The anger from some, against those who don’t think healthy people should be quarantined, is palpable. To paraphrase my brother, the good Dr. Katz, nothing angers the prisoner more than seeing others walk free.

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  108. Larry G says:

    enough of this bullshit….Elected EMPLOYEES serve at the pleasure of the people, and their sorry asses can be easily fired.

    [Only if there is no vote fraud true this is]

    Liked by 3 people

  109. Cheque d'Out says:

    [Clearly import more people to functioning countries we should]

    Liked by 1 person

  110. I was going to say something but I forget what so… hello! Lol.

    Liked by 1 person

  111. Oh yeah, I’ve light to sanitize stuff, I was saying that three months ago but glad they are using that vs chemicals!

    Liked by 3 people

  112. Ame says:

    hope your tooth is feeling better, Bloom. have you tried rubbing coconut oil on it? coconut oil is good for gums and teeth. i actually use it to brush my teeth – coconut oil, baking soda, and Real Salt, mixed together.

    Liked by 2 people

  113. Yes! Amazing how the basics work better than all the chemical junk, isn’t it? Swelling is gone and the pain is too. Will see the dentist in a few days, they wanted things to settle down first. 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

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