Gaslighting Revisited

WhiteGuy wrote,

Followed by her spam texting (damn lawyers are WORDY!) trying to get me back for two days (over 100 texts!). And then a couple of attempts to suck me back in like nothing happened.

Monday she even sent a non-apology apology (amazing for a woman lawyer really) wanting to try again…

I replied to this one, told her, thanks but I’m moving on and blocked her.

I realized I got sucked into trying to ‘fix’ her problems, and a lot of them were eerily like Crazy’s problems.

As part of this package of attempts by the Russian lawyer was some gaslighting.   She was acting as if nothing had happened.  In reality, it did happen.  My ex had habit of rewriting history, but being of a disciplined mind it was mostly ineffective.  The question is, do women even realize that they are gaslighting?  Or do the emotions (and/or craziness) get the best of them such they disgorge a reality that clearly wasn’t?

As for the fellas, perhaps when they gaslight it is a deliberate act.  They realize that they are doing it.  Often they have honed the technique.

So is this somewhat simple model too simple?   How close is it to being accurate?

Exit question:  What is the path to craziness?

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169 comments on “Gaslighting Revisited

    The 83 ballots, each unused, were addressed to different people, all supposedly living in his elderly neighbor’s two-bedroom apartment.

    In a statement, the office of the Registrar said, “We are carefully reviewing our records and gathering information to fully identify what took place. Our preliminary assessment is that this appears to be an isolated situation related to a system error that occurred causing duplicate ballots to be issued to an address entered for a single voter. We are working directly with the system vendor to ensure the issue is addressed and to identify…

    I’ll translate the Registrar’s reply to the common tongue, “Oh, fuck they found out … I mean, uh, nothing to see here. Move along, move along. All is well.”

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  2. SFC Ton says:

    I’m glad WhiteGuy channeled his inner Ton and booted that bitch

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  3. What about the goodbye BJ? Was that a go or no go?


  4. Cheque d'Out says:

    Don’t explain it to me. I hope that I’ll be able to work it out myself

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  5. theshadowedknight says:

    Women cannot evaluate objective reality as well as men can. That, alongside looking for some Alpha seed, is why they are terrible at anything that needs solid, objective analysis. They rewrite reality according to their feelings. Rape accusations are mostly just women feeling that sex should not have happened and was wrong, and reevaluating the sexual encounter in that light. Gaslighting, along that line, is when your objective memory of the facts does not match her subjective emotional memory.

    Naturally, a woman trying to gaslight a man isn’t making any conscious decision to that end. She rewrote the memory of how things went to rationalize her emotional state, and is confused and upset when you act like thats not what happened. From her perspective, she is remembering things as they happened, and you are the one distorting what went on.

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  6. horsemanbombadil says:

    Regardless of his politics No One explains it better than Maher.

    Refute anything he says.

    I have never understood being with the same person year after year, I just don’t get that
    I like being alone, doing my day
    Being this age you cannot buy me
    Time is more important than money
    I am a simple guy
    No wives, no alomony, no kids, no college, no stupid hobbies

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  7. SFC Ton says:

    That’s awesome boss.

    Best shit I have all damn day

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  8. SFC Ton says:

    Between WG and TSK I feel like my man o sphere work is accomplished

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  9. horsemanbombadil says:

    Or do the emotions (and/or craziness) get the best of them such they disgorge a reality that clearly wasn’t?

    Question answers itself.

    Moving on.

    “Observed reality defines mens’ perception and response to the world.

    Emotive experience defines women’s perception and response to the world.”

    – Horseman’s Observation (c)

    Everything can be explained and predicted by that.

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  10. horsemanbombadil says:


    Indeed it has but it is never truly done.

    You have been a profound influence on my growth as well.
    Why I have a functional relationship six years after the year from hell.

    My Thanks Brother.

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  11. Larry G says:

    Unexpected dose of gratitude tonight. During supper (fried chicken) my wife told me how thankful she was that I’ve provided her a comfortable life. That kind of blew me away for a minute, but made me feel appreciated and pretty happy. A nice end for a meh day

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  12. Ame says:

    just have to go all girly feelz and say, Men, y’all’s comments warm my heart 🙂 🙂 🙂 … love men who can be Men … love men who help others, esp other men … love Larry’s wife acknowledging and appreciating all he’s done for her 🙂

    bedtime for me … with all these happy, warm and fuzzy feelz 🙂 🙂 🙂

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  13. Jack says:

    @ Larry, yes, a little quietness with gratitude goes a looong way with men. I wish more women would realize this.

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  14. Cheque d'Out says:

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  15. I feel like multiple states are being gaslit by their governors right now…

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  16. SFC Ton says:

    I am truly wealthy now

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  17. Cheque d'Out says:

    I exist to make you happy. I’m sick of the fucking lies. However, I like having the site so I’m being circumlocutory. I appreciate you doing the same.

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  18. Cheque d'Out says:

    $5 charge for ‘circumlocutory’ BTW

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  19. whiteguy1 says:

    Well no exit BJ for me. But there were a number of them during our brief encounter, and at her bill rate, I figure they were $200 BJ’s. I was really surprised at quality and enthusiasm, but she’d never been with a Tzar before, and there is that.

    Now that I’ve got a clearer head, here are some more of my thoughts:

    Motorcycles really are ‘panty wetters’, and the ponds I fish in, not having ink and a motorcycle are rare and ‘exciting’.

    If you’ve spent time in the gym, i.e. your biceps are at least as big as your calves, then vests can also stir those women up in their ‘feelz’.

    I’ve done this enough times to safely report lifting any woman up, carrying her to the bedroom and tossing her ass on the bed makes her ridiculously pliable, and even a little extra flexible. Disclaimer, be sure to do enough squats and presses to be able to do this without pulling a muscle.

    In one of her ‘rants’ via text, she told me I was not a serious man, and was ‘very safe’ and that I could play with anyone, even married women if I wanted to, so I should quit being coy with her! LOL

    Amazing how when a woman tells you “you can do what ever you want to me”, multiple times in the bedroom, even super rational whiteguy drops about 40 IQ points…

    She could have been a plate, that buys me gifts which would have made for some interwebz legends.

    I actually feel bad for her, she is so buttoned up at work and had NO man with any frame in her life (including her childhood in Moscow, big surprise there), that she is out of control emotionally, and she knows it but doesn’t want to do the work of fixing herself. She more than once commented that she needed a ‘Rock’ in her life.

    Russian women are not for the faint of heart, or those not willing to ‘raise the HARD pimp hand’. If mine was a good representative sample, they need a daily dose of slap down. Too much work.

    Had she been 26, instead of 46, it might have been worth trying to train her, but the woman had way too much manufactured drama in her life. Had a “Karen” haircut and an extra 20-30lbs on her ass from poor eating habits.

    –Not worth it.

    I don’t feel bad about our brief encounter, I left her better than I found her, she will always have her month with “the Tzar”. She got to spend time with a man with a rock hard frame, with actual discipline in his life to remember and strive for. (bit of a joke there, she’s a woman after all).

    One more example, she sent me, unsolicited, a picture of her with no pants on, just her panties and shirt around 9pm on a work night. Now this is a ‘good girl’ who doesn’t kiss on the first date, yep, ‘sphere theory confirmed’. What she probably didn’t expect was me to send her a thumbs up emoji, with one word ‘cute’, and then I went to sleep. Could I have worked her up to a nude that evening, oh yeah. Did I care, nope, tired so I went to bed. LOL.

    Horseman and TSK are both on to something, I think women by their nature have to warp their memories to match their feelings, and it spills out as gas lighting. The dangerous ones are those that are broken and have such extreme emotions that they have to “ACTIVELY” try to change those around them to match what their neuroses are telling them.

    Ton, you have been doing the Lord’s work for sure brother, don’t leave yet.

    I’ve now been looking at the yamaha roadliners (06-14) with the 1800cc motors, damn those big bikes are sexy, with the Corbin saddle bags on them, the ass end of those bikes stir my soul!

    Once I’m done with the lawyers that’s going to first purchase.

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  20. Women inhabit a parallel dimension to the one we men reside in, and can only perceive it dimly, if at all, as through a glass darkly.

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  21. P.S. Sorry to hear about that WG.


  22. “Fuck you” money is the best money around.

    Weird how Bill Maher says he not a “corporate guy”.

    As probably the richest un-funny comedian around. Gets paid $10 M a year to shit on America for HBO.

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  23. Farm Boy says:

    Dr. Anthony Fauci now says that a second wave of COVID-19 may not even happen and that wearing a mask is largely symbolic at this point.


  24. Maybe those across the pond know something about this? Odd…

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  25. Farm Boy says:

    There’s still a lot that we don’t know about mitigating Covid-19, but Florida’s approach—a decentralized health response with targeted lockdowns and quarantines reinforced by voluntary social distancing—appears to have worked. Other populous states adopting this approach, such as Tennessee, have seen similar success. Governor DeSantis’s experience suggests that it is possible to keep a lid on the coronavirus even while gradually reopening.

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  26. Farm Boy says:

    A black business owner who invested his life savings into what is now a looted and destroyed sports bar cried on camera as he lamented, “I don’t know what I’m gonna do.”

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  27. Farm Boy says:

    Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Administrator (CMS) Seema Verma said Cuomo cannot blame Trump for forcing nursing homes to take in coronavirus patients because it goes against federal guidelines

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  28. Jack says:

    “…women by their nature have to warp their memories to match their feelings, and it spills out as gaslighting.”

    That’s the Manosphere quote of the week right there. And here I thought everything had already been covered!

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  29. I am now at a point in life where I can see gaslighting for what it is and rather than it working, I find it a very useful red flag that helps me weed out these people who only cause harm and damage. ahhhh… feels good!

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  30. Sumo says:

    red flag that helps me weed out these people who only cause harm and damage.

    I have one of those.

    It’s called a “mirror”.

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  31. SFC Ton says:

    A black business owner who invested his life savings into what is now a looted and destroyed sports bar cried on camera as he lamented, “I don’t know what I’m gonna do.”

    Blame Whitey

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  32. SFC Ton says:

    A man interviewed on camera during last night’s chaos in Minneapolis warned that rioters are planning on “coming to the suburbs” if they don’t get what they want.

    A wet dream come true

    Of the many things moon crickets get screwy is…..
    All White people are pussies and every pavement ape can beat down any White dude

    All White people are evil, racist etc and spend their free time hunting poor, peaceful defenseless negroes for fun.

    To paraphrase a hero of mine

    Genocide now, genocide tomorrow, genocide for ever

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  33. Larry G says:

    well, since I am such a nice, peace loving, mellow fellow I thought I should treat myself to an early birthday present. Strolled down to the gun store early this morning and ordered this little beauty…

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  34. Larry G says:

    for rabbit hunting of course

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  35. Sumo says:

    for rabbit hunting of course


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  36. Larry G says:

    well some of the Colorado rabbits live downtown, kinda dark colored so they can blend in with the shadows and brush (at least till they smile). Don’t want to spook them, you know

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  37. theshadowedknight says:

    Real glad I’m not in Minneapolis right now. The blacks are now warning that they might head for the suburbs next. If that happens it could get nasty. Its one thing if a bunch of savages want to burn their own homes down but if they start attacking white people, we have a problem. Of course, most of the people there are scandicucks who won’t fight back because it wouldn’t be polite, so we will have to wait.


  38. Cheque d'Out says:

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  39. Farm Boy says:

    It has long been the focus of swirling coronavirus speculation, but now Chinese health authorities have said that the wet market in Wuhan, central China, was not the source of the first COVID-19 outbreak.


  40. Farm Boy says:

    On Friday, the Hennepin County Medical Examiner issued a report saying a preliminary autopsy showed no evidence that George Floyd died of strangulation and traumatic asphyxia


  41. theshadowedknight says:

    The police arrested the pawn shop owner who shot a looter and charged him with murder. If you needed another reason to hate the police, there it is. They not only refused to protect him and his livelihood, they arrested him for doing it himself. The message is clear: whites do not get to defend themselves from the feral, savage blacks.

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  42. Sumo says:

    Speaking of rabbit hunting, I decided to follow Larry’s fine example:

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  43. Larry G says:

    Sumo, .223?


  44. Sumo says:

    No, it’s .22LR. I figured I should diversify my caliber selctions.

    That’s what they mean by “less lethal”, right?

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  45. Sumo says:

    I was actually going to buy myself an AR platform for my birthday, but that plan got shit on and tossed out the window.

    Four days before my birthday. 😑


  46. SFC Ton says:

    I have dropped a lot of tangos with one of those

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  47. SFC Ton says:

    The blacks are now warning that they might head for the suburbs next. If that happens it could get nasty.

    Katrina 2.0?

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  48. I’ve ben disappointed with some of the 25 round mags I bought for the 10/22. The curve seems to be too acute for the spring. Let me know if y’all have some recommendations.


  49. SFC Ton says:

    Remind me KH and I’ll check when I get home

    I’m happy with mine, but can’t recall the brand.

    I’m at the farm right now so I am not really gunned up right now. I mean besides the XDM on my hip and the Rugged 556, 30 mgs and body armor in the truck

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  50. Larry G says:

    The thugs are having a good time tearing shit up in Denver tonight. Where are the water cannons when you need them?

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  51. Larry G says:

    Gotta find some 20 round mags for the M1a, it only comes with one 10 round


  52. Farm Boy says:

    GENEVA—WHO scientists have confirmed that the coronavirus only spreads at problematic protests, like conservative rallies, Trump campaign events, and Second Amendment rights demonstrations. The study found that the coronavirus will not spread at progressive protests or violent riots

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  53. Cheque d'Out says:


  54. Cheque d'Out says:

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  55. Cheque d'Out says:

    Traditional piss-take name for The Guardian. Newspaper of choice for leftarded mongs

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  56. Larry G says:

    replace rubber bullets with FMJ, tear gas canisters with frag grenades…I would think that would end this bullshit rather quickly

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  57. Fake News title. Should be something like, “Momma said, ‘Knock you out'”, or “Justice Is Served” or “Bitch Had It Coming”.

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  58. Agent provocateurs, anyone?

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  59. P.s. talk about gaslighting! What if it’s NOT black people starting these riots? What if it’s someone using them as chits in their own political game? And baiting whites into it too. The person in the video she’s calling white is more likely ((whyte))

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  60. Communities stopping their own riots!

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  61. Liz says:

    The military is on alert.

    Active duty servicemembers do not have policing powers due to the Posse Comitatus Act, the National Guard does though. This is why the Guard is called in to deal with situations like this.
    Which is interesting since the Guard basically does everything active duty does now, they’re interchangeable (at least in the USAF). After the TFI (total force initiative).

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  62. Farm Boy says:

    Star Wars Actor Unloads Following Floyd Death: ‘F*** You Racist White People’, ‘S*** A D***’ If You ‘Don’t Like’ What I Say


  63. horsemanbombadil says:

    This is scary as hell. Like the start of every disaster movie.

    Do they really think there is bouncing back from this?

    The fear and distrust they have sown so people are scared of everything.
    Entire cities idle, like any machine ceasing up from non use, lack of maintenance.
    The operations that could operate on minimal life support now without the fuel for startup.

    Most of all the hope evaporated. Without hope one does not endure.

    Should I hang on….pack it in.


  64. horsemanbombadil says:

    From Kipling’s If.

    “If you can make one heap of all your winnings
    And risk it on one turn of pitch-and-toss,
    And lose, and start again at your beginnings
    And never breathe a word about your loss;
    If you can force your heart and nerve and sinew
    To serve your turn long after they are gone,
    And so hold on when there is nothing in you
    Except the Will which says to them: “Hold on”;

    They have taken away the Hope or Belief that are the focus allowing one to Hold On.

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  65. horsemanbombadil says:

    Civilization exists only in the mind,

    That civility, reason will check the carnal desires in the hearts of all
    That justice, law will restrain the selfish actions of the strong or the depraved
    That charity, fellowship will sooth the blinding need of the desparate.

    Once that belief is gone…

    It gets very, very bad.

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  66. horsemanbombadil says:


    “I am now at a point in life where I can see gaslighting for what it is and rather than it working, I find it a very useful red flag that helps me weed out these people who only cause harm and damage. ahhhh… feels good!”

    You have done well Grasshopper, soon you will be ready.

    [Grasshoppers green they are]

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  67. Farm Boy says:

    Minneapolis, Minnesota Mayor Jacob Frey and other city officials released a statement on Thursday condemning the violence in the city but urging rioters to wear masks and practice social distancing.


  68. Farm Boy says:

    Two Idaho University female track athletes are teaming up with the state of Idaho to dismiss a lawsuit that that would allow transgender women to compete in their sport. Earlier this year, Republican Gov. Brad Little signed into law a statute to ban transgender athletes from participating in the other sex’s sports, but the American Civil Liberties Union and Legal Voice filed a lawsuit in April, arguing that the new state law violates the U.S. Constitution


  69. Liz says:

    I’m wondering how Kaepernick is allowed to incite violence on twitter…without getting flagged.

    [Good question this is]

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  70. Liz says:

    And by “I’m wondering”….I don’t mean I’m really wondering.

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  71. Farm Boy says:

    She was not happy to receive a letter from the State Media Authority in North Rhine Westphalia, where she lives, telling her that three of her YouTube videos on the climate question were against the law because she had expressed views that were not, in the Authority’s opinion, “climate-friendly”, and because she had mentioned the Heartland Institute in those videos


  72. horsemanbombadil says:

    Can you describe the rioters that trashed your place?

    Well Officer, they were wearing masks

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  73. “I don’t have to describe them, here’s the security cam footage of the incident.”

    Uh, oh. Looks like security cameras are racist.

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  74. Who? The black guy who played the second lamest character in SW history, narrowly losing to Rose Tico? Literally no one cares what he says and he knows it. That fact makes him x100 angrier than some random black guy getting killed by the cops.

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    This became a problem for Sheila Perez Smith of Pennsylvania, the mother of a 7-year-old first grader who had recently been given a plastic toy gun. He had it next to him, though he was not playing with it, as he took part in a Zoom call with his classmates.

    Within a couple of hours, Perez Smith said, an officer from the Hampden Township Police Department came to their home and asked the family to step outside so he could question them about a complaint involving a child and a gun.

    Seems like there’s another police precinct that use a visit from the Minneapolis Peaceful Protest and BBQ Crew.

    [Wonder what is wrong with these people I do]

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  76. Farm Boy says:

    ATLANTA, GA—CNN executives were baffled by a large crowd outside their offices and in their lobby Friday, not having seen an audience that size in many years.

    Peering out the window, Brian Stelter muttered, “No social distancing or masks though. But we’ll take what we can get at this point.”


  77. Farm Boy says:

    Further, the complaint’s Statement of Probable Cause recites that Floyd complained of being unable to breathe well before Officer Chauvin put his knee on Floyd’s neck:

    While standing outside the car, Mr. Floyd began saying and repeating that he could not breathe.


  78. Farm Boy says:

    The Department of Justice filed a statement of interest Friday challenging Democratic Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s “arbitrary and irrational” restrictions on her state’s businesses


  79. theshadowedknight says:

    Bloom, it takes nothing at all to incite blacks to riot. It isn’t hard. Antifa didn’t show up until a day or two after the looting and arson.

    All of the people trying to say that it is (((jews))), whites, or anything other than plains apes going on a chimpout is just an attempt to avoid the reality that blacks are violent, impulsive, stupid, and out of control. People trying to piously ignore the reality of black dysfunction because blacks are so holy and blameless because victim and oppressed.

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  80. Farm Boy says:

    In a local news cast, Kb Balla, who is black, was moved to tears showing reporters what was left of his set-to-be-opened sports bar, called Scores. The moving posted went viral and was even retweeted by President Donald Trump.

    A GoFundMe account that was started for the family saw an immediate spike in donations, hitting nearly $700,000 by Saturday afternoon


  81. Tsk, I fully agree people are responsible for their own actions. Absolutely. I apologize if it came off differently. There is NO excuse for looting and rioting like that. None.

    I guess what it is, is I am absolutely sick heartbroken to see what is happening in our beautiful country and I want it to stop. To see people surrounding the White House trying to break down barriers made me want to get in my car and drive there myself to defend it. As ridiculous as that would be. I love this country and what it stands for with every bit of my heart.

    I absolutely also agree, even *if* I am mislead, goaded, bribed, etc. to break the law, it is my CHOICE to do so or not and there is nobody to blame but myself. Agreed. 100%.

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  82. theshadowedknight says:

    Not really what I meant. What I mean is that all of these rationalizations, conspiracies, excuses, and the rest are so that Americans can continue to ignore black dysfunction. They are coping mechanisms because most cannot see that this is not unusual behavior. They are prevented from noticing, so that have to come up with more and more outlandish reasons why this isn’t the fault of the black people actually doing it.

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  83. Farm Boy says:

    A rocket ship built by Elon Musk’s SpaceX company roared into space with two Americans on board on Saturday, the first time U.S. astronauts have launched from U.S. soil in nearly a decade.

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  84. Farm Boy says:

    ANTIFA National Mobilization? Riots Across Country Raise Questions About Coordination

    Mayors and others are complaining about organized outside agitators exploiting the community protests

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  85. Farm Boy says:

    ‘Every single person we arrested last night, I’m told, was from out of state,’ says Melvin Carter, Mayor of St Paul. Cost-free kicks at black people’s expense: the height of white privilege.

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  86. Farm Boy says:

    Minnesota’s governor did a presser in which he blamed social media posts by supposed white supremacists for the rioting going on his his state.

    Wolf Blitzer, who is interviewing, offers zero push back or redirect after the ludicrous suggestion that it’s the “Russians” fomenting these riots.


  87. Farm Boy says:

    Most of them appear to be white. They carry no signs and don’t want to speak to reporters. Trailed by designated “medics” with red crosses taped to their clothes, these groups head straight for the front lines of the conflict.

    Night after night in this ravaged city, these small groups do battle with police and the National Guard, kicking away tear gas canisters and throwing back foam-rubber projects fired at them. Around them, fires break out. Windows are smashed. Parked cars destroyed. USA TODAY reporters have witnessed the groups on multiple nights, in multiple locations. Sometimes they threaten those journalists who photograph them destroying property.


  88. Farm Boy says:

    Gratuitous Images

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  89. TSK, while I live a sheltered life I have experienced what you describe and have a lifetime injury to prove it. Long story short — at a wedding I was involved in, the bartender, who always made me uneasy but was one of few in the area doing mobile weddings so he often was part of the deal if the couples booked him, chimped out and body slammed me on concrete, fully dislocating my shoulder and tearing it in a way that can’t be fixed, after I very nicely told him I don’t do married, thanks, flattered, am taken myself, so that’s a no. I’m pretty sure he might have raped me that night too if my (little, loud, but not a defense system on that level) dog hadn’t lost his mind and my colleague who had walked away bc she was also sick of his shit, as were all of us he had been trying to hit on all night and had been telling him to “time to go” nicely for some time, hadn’t come running. From there he went home, tried to strangle his wife, and was put in jail. I didn’t file charges but I regret that now because he got out after three months and even though I’m sure I could’ve filed a medical claim against his insurance I was afraid of what he would do and so I didn’t. I’ll never work with him again, but he’s still around. So I get what you are saying and I didn’t even see it coming so one needs to be aware of how fast some can turn on a dime. Anyway… sucked but I am a lot stronger than I come across, way stronger than I honestly want to be sometimes.

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  90. h0neyc0mb says:

    Watched it live at work .. SpaceX is smashing it for NASA right now.

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  91. h0neyc0mb says:

    “Well if you peskie slaves won’t shelter in place .. we in the government will burn the city down and blame you .. because you made us do it .. for your safety!”

    – Paid for by Gov Whit-Less and friends

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  92. Larry G says:

    dang, RPG…that leaves me almost speechless

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  93. Farm Boy says:

    There was virtually no clear path towards securing a marriage. It was expected that “marriage will just happen when you’re ready”, but actually, nothing good ever just happens in life.

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  94. Larry G says:

    got a bit of snark from the Mrs today that was resolved quickly…was buying a little more ammo on line when she mentioned that SHE thought I had enough already…..oookay, babe…and if I should run out bullets for some reason, which knife would you suggest I use instead to defend you? end of snark.

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  95. Larry G it sucked for sure! Even just remembering it is traumatic. Totally totally sucked. And actually I have lost a lot of strength due to that injury, can’t do lots of things I once could, still have pain but not near what it once was, and so it’s a daily reminder. Yep. Sucked.

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  96. Larry G says:

    but you are alive

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  97. Even worse, the bitch nurses at the ER treated me like I was some two bit ho who had been bitch slapped. Yep. They did not care or want to hear it one bit. No help at all. Maybe it didn’t fit their narrative?

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  98. Larry G says:

    I have been told that I can be a very unpleasant and totally sexist son of a bitch when I argue with a woman…quite true, no apologies whatsoever. There are damn few females I will cut slack for, my Mrs is one of them. We have an understanding of sorts, she can speak all she wants of stuff she knows nothing about and I will cheerfully ignore her as long as she does not interfere. Same as the recent VERY brief ammo purchase discussion.
    Her tasks are simple, cook, clean, keep the house in order, make sure I have clean clothes to wear and buy our food..
    When it comes to firearms, security, disaster preparedness, vehicle and house maintenance..her opinions are not required

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  99. Sorry for the language, I have kinda had it lately… virus closing my biz and now rioting… it’s a bit too much. Yep. The cruise in moment last night was a bit of a reprieve. Not that it’s about me…

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  100. And yes, thankful indeed for that, and my little dog saving me from worse, silly as he is otherwise. He gets a lifetime achievement award for that one!

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  101. Larry G says:

    “Sorry for the language, I have kinda had it lately… virus closing my biz and now rioting… it’s a bit too much. Yep. The cruise in moment last night was a bit of a reprieve. Not that it’s about me…”

    oh please…your language is not even PG13…I can swear fluently in 4 languages, never at a loss for choice words when needed.
    If you biz is closed, might be a good time to look at shipping your goods to stay afloat. Just for shits and grins, what do you sell anyway?

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  102. Ame says:

    thanks for posting this, FB. i’ve had a lot going on lately and totally missed all this. totally separate from anything political or otherwise, it brought back exciting memories. i remember being a little girl, at my grandparents’ on the beach, watching the Apollo 11 launch in the far distance into space. then, as i grew up, they’d let us out of class to watch rockets take off – we lived close enough we could see them in the distance.

    of course, poignantly remember the disasters 😦

    this was exciting to watch … i’ll have to look up more video on it 🙂

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  103. theshadowedknight says:

    Yeah, I’ll back up Larry on the language. I was a Marine, and considered a rather foul mouthed son of a bitch by Marines. I use more curse words in an average sentence that you do in that post. Besides, if I had someone knock me down like that you can bet I would have used pretty choice language on the way up.

    He was probably lucky that he went to jail. If a pavement ape hurt my girl that would probably end with him in a swamp or an abandoned mineshaft, or the like. As they say, around blacks, never relax.

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  104. Larry G says:

    LOL! I got tired of using the same select words in different order while expressing my thoughts in English. So I decided to be able to swear in Korean, Russian, Arabic and of course dear mother English. One should endeavor to improve oneself especially in vocabulary

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  105. Ame says:

    Bloom – wow, that’s despicable. may God protect you from this man and any other people like him.

    Anyway… sucked but I am a lot stronger than I come across, way stronger than I honestly want to be sometimes.

    i can totally relate.

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  106. Ame says:

    Yep. The cruise in moment last night was a bit of a reprieve. Not that it’s about me…

    doesn’t have to be about you to bring you joy, also 🙂

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  107. Ame says:

    was at lunch with a few of the ladies from my ‘new’ little church. i love these women. i don’t agree with them all the time, but they’ve faced the fire and come out the other side. they’re faithful to their husbands and their children. and they’ve supported me and prayed for me so many times i would not be able to count.

    the subject of ‘language’ came up! lol! i’m married to an east Texan semi-redneck … ‘language’ is just part of their vocabulary from birth out there! lol! so i mentioned that to them before the subject could take root … everyone laughed and moved on 🙂

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  108. Farm Boy says:

    In many places, it appears the violence is planned, organized, and driven by anarchistic and far left extremists, using Antifa-like tactics, many of whom travel from out of state to promote the violence,” Barr continued. “We must have law and order on our streets and in our communities, and it is the responsibility of the local and state leadership, in the first instance, to halt this violence


  109. Ame says:

    was talking to a woman who is actually one of the very few really good female managers that i know. she told me that two of the women under her are like the ‘Mean Girls’ Club,’ and made it so bad for another woman she hired a few years ago that, at first, she thought it was the new employee’s fault and was about to put her on probation … then she figured out it was these two women. i happen to know enough about these two women that they profess to be christians.

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  110. Smashing it for NASA or smashing it unlike NASA?

    Keep seeing people wearing NASA shirts, though I don’t know why. SpaceX seems to be the shirt you’d want to wear. They actually accomplished something. NASA is a political entity, and not a scientific one.

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  111. theshadowedknight says:

    Well, Larry, I have approached vulgarity with the intent to truly master the use and abuse of the English language. The times when I go all out have so far shown that my expertise has paid off.

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  112. Antifa and Karen share a lot of the same DNA.

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  113. Do better America??? How about, “Fuck you, pal. ‘America’ didn’t torch your building.”


  114. theshadowedknight says:

    Fuck NASA, all hail the God-Emperor Trump and his Star Prophet.


  115. theshadowedknight says:

    I really need to get myself an AR-15 or AR-10. Anyone have any recommendations? I already run a .308 rifle with AR-10 mags, so I would prefer that, but I’m open to either one.


  116. Ame says:

    LOL, Larry! you crack me up! 🙂


  117. SFC Ton says:

    The West will die because it refuses to deal with the fact reality is racist and sexist

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  118. Larry G says:

    The West will die because it refuses to deal with the fact reality is racist and sexist

    Exactly right

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  119. SFC Ton says:

    I’ve heard old ladies in church curse better then you two fuckers

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  120. SFC Ton says:

    TSK, college kid budget = keep stacking ammo and mags for the system you already have

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  121. Larry G says:

    LOL! Lack of practice, Ton

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  122. Farm Boy says:

    Caution! Proceed carefully


  123. theshadowedknight says:

    Well, this is not really a platform that lends itself to cursing each other out. Hard to go all in on people I like.

    As far as a gun goes, I’m looking at either Springfield Armory or Ruger for an AR-15 clone. I’m not super poor, with all the money I have coming in and the work I’m doing. I definitely have enough to buy a rifle and ammo, and I have plenty of ammo/mags for my first gun already. Any strong feelings for or against either manufacturer? I wanted to get an SR-556 or 762, but they both went out of production.


  124. Sumo says:

    Larry just bought a Springfield M1A, so I’m sure he has or will have an opinion on it right soon.


  125. Sumo says:

    I meant an opinion on Springfield products in general, not the AR specifically.


  126. Larry G says:

    well so far I have adopted these youngsters into the family: S&W. Ruger, Kahr, Mossberg, Kalashnikov, CharterArms, CZ and Springfield….because diversity ya know.

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  127. SFC Ton says:

    I’m not one for fancy analyzes and shit but I’ve used versions for work and in that capacity prefer one to an M4. I’d take one into any hurt locker. Any place. Any time

    BUT that bit of knowledge/ experince doesn’t necessarily fit for other folks for 2 reasons.
    I was always some part of a team with my own roles and responsibilities which were designed to improve the combat effectiveness of that team.
    Adds are pretty good I am much more proficient with a firearm then who ever is reading this.

    For other folks who don’t have the same level of experience and training? I would suggest sticking to an AR15 for a host of reasons. Not the least of which is recoil management( especially at close quarters) resource management(rooikes burn through more ammo, you’ll be able to afford more ammo and mags for the ar15 to off set poor trigger discipline…. Plus be able to afford more range time…..) and (most likely) not porfeceint enough to take advantage of the M1a’s biggest upside, extended range.

    Which is not a slam on folks. Most men shouldn’t be but so porfeceint at these things an AR15 or AM 47 is typically a better combat option for one dude and a regular job

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  128. SFC Ton says:

    SR-556 is by far the best M4 style rifle I have ever owned.

    I was gifted one of the 1st ones made. Put 87 out of 90 into the 300 meter target. Out the box. No zero.

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  129. SFC Ton says:

    I’m not super poor, with all the money I have coming in

    Didn’t know homosexual donkey porn paid that well.


  130. Liz says:

    I got tired of using the same select words in different order while expressing my thoughts in English. So I decided to be able to swear in Korean, Russian, Arabic and of course dear mother English

    I don’t know any swear words in Korean, but cha-chee is penis.
    When we were in the ROK one of the pilots was dating a Korean girl and she asked about callsigns (there was a naming coming up). He explained how they came up with names and said, “for example they might name me Chachi” (after the Happy Days character…he looks kind of like Scott Baio)
    She was enraged and started yelling and slapping him.
    She didn’t believe there was a television character named that until he called Mike and he confirmed it by stating the name.
    Korean girls and women seem to hit a lot. They smack men, children, each other in public pretty frequently. I watched two Ajimas going at it next door one day.
    Sure, you see that in the states but it’s usually it’s women who look like they belong in a hip hop video.

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  131. SFC Ton says:

    They do a lot of slapping but don’t do any damage

    3 of us destroyed a bar and all the Koreans in it one night. I think drunk toddlers would have been more of a challenge

    And I mean destroyed. All the books ran out so we hung around and broke everything we could. Including light bulbs.

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  132. Liz says:

    Didn’t know homosexual donkey porn paid that well.

    Only the high end stuff. 😆


  133. Liz says:

    Watched the first episode of SpaceX last night.
    I don’t recommend it.

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  134. Since you guys are discussing it, this video of a guy disarming a punk at a riot who took a gun out of a police car is pretty good. Good guys w guns keep bad things from happening! (I wonder if the punk peed himself?) The hero was security for media camera crew, likely former sf.

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  135. You mean Space Force, on Netflix?

    Yeah, it sucked. Seemed like a rush job, check some boxes, minimum viable product effort.

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  136. SFC Ton says:

    Springfield xdm is my sidearm of choice


  137. h0neyc0mb says:

    I own a lot of different platform 308’s.

    I prefer a lightweight AR308 to them all.

    It’s as accurate as my national match M1A or Go-Rand rifles .. AND a ton lighter.

    Since you already are set-up with mags (which are disposable / a consumable) .. I’d lean that way for ya’.

    A 16″ gunner or pencil bbl will do the job no problem unless you are a mag dump guy. If you are a mag dumper then choose a thicker profile.

    If you demand 1k range (why!?) .. then you’ll need more bbl length.

    My lightweight AR308 is as light as a M4 without ammo.


  138. h0neyc0mb says:

    I have one and like it.

    Though they have had a bad problem of “kabooming” in the hands of shooters.

    I don’t know if the problem has been fixed.

    Disclaimer ..
    I’m a Glock guy (for about 25 years now) that loves to own one or more of everything.


  139. theshadowedknight says:

    A man’s got to eat.

    But I do have a bunch om money set aside for times like this, and I think this qualifies. If this happened once, it will happen again. I do not want to get caught with my pants down because I waited too long.


  140. SFC Ton says:

    I have fired many many thousands of rounds out of xdms, used them as a duty pistol with guys who habe also fired countless numbers of rounds and no such thing has occurred

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  141. h0neyc0mb says:

    I’ve trained with Aaron Cowan (i.e. Sage Dynamics) and value his opinion ..

    He keeps track of gun failures through his classes and he has a very poor opinion on the XD and the high rate of catastrophic failures he’s seen.

    Just fyi.

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  142. h0neyc0mb says:

    “I keep track of failures in all classes; currently the XD reigns supreme with 19 over the past 4 years. This accounts for any failure that could not be remedied by immediate or remedial action; examples include; grip safety failing to reset, grip safety failing to engage, broken guide rod, broken striker, fractured chamber wall, fractured striker face wall, cracked slide, trigger shoe failure and on and on. “XD” covers XD, XDmod 2, XDS and XDM. The counting continues.​

    “As much as I love science, sometimes anecdotal is as good as it gets due to uncontrollable variables.”

    – Aaron Cowa


  143. theshadowedknight says:

    Well, arguments aside, I gunned up. Need to replace the rail and find my sights, but its getting there. It is looking more and more chaotic each day. Going to be a nasty ride. Everyone, stay safe, especially the womenfolk and those with kids.

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  144. Ame says:

    got all the paint rolled on Aspie-Girl’s bedroom walls today! her ceiling is done … now just need to do all the cutting and trim. she picked a great color, and it looks fabulous! 🙂

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  145. Ame says:

    we used Ecos paint … but the color (matched) is Benjamin Moore Palladian Blue – it’s sooooooo pretty!!!!!!!

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