It’s A Plan, I Suppose

I have in recent years run across some middle aged women who all had the same plan.  They were in not the best of financial position, after divorcing husbands and making less than sound life decisions.   They still had a bit of sexual attractiveness, so they latched on to divorcee men with good jobs.  These fellas were treating them as booty call when needed, providing some financial help sometimes as part of the package.

The women themselves were of course hoping for more than weekend booty call, but that was never coming.   Still they deluded themselves.   So here we have women surviving on their modest income, with supplements from a more financially stable man.  Let us consider their situation further.  They really did not have any special job skills, they hadn’t developed any in their younger days, and really were not the type to try to develop them in their 40’s.  They had a history of poor behavior /decisions.  Let’s face it, the fellas who kept them hanging on had no intention of doing more.   They were bad bets.

What might they have done if they wanted to get married?  Try to become a better bet (better behavior/decisions/attitude/job).   What did they do?  Gamble that their last bit of sexual attractiveness would be enough.  Was it a plan?   Yes, it was.  Was it an effective plan?   Not for them at least.

Exit question — How much is some sexual attractiveness worth?

Posted in beta bux, Dating????, FarmBoy, Trainwreck
144 comments on “It’s A Plan, I Suppose
  1. RichardP says:

    Throughout this corner of the manosphere at least, the general consensus has been that men are the initiators, women are the responders. Men initiate. Women respond.

    A reason has been proposed for why that is: women are not very good at recognizing cause and effect. So the wait for something to respond to, with a limited understanding of what they might do to attract that something to respond to.

    For all of the feminist criticism about women waiting to be rescued by the knight on the white horse, we still see a lot of that with women who’ve blown up their marriage thinking that there is something better out there (a different application of the being not very good at recognizing cause and effect). And there you see them, at the nightclub or bar, waiting for something to come along to respond to. And they don’t seem to recognize that, when an initiator comes into view, it will probably be temporary.

    If it is true that these women are really not good at recognizing cause and effect, how can they do any better? Their one chance happened (if it did), when they were young enough and unspoiled enough to attract someone who had their best interests at heart. Someone who cared enough to give them direction and a purpose – a ministration to them that overcame their deficit of not being good at recognizing cause and effect, so didn’t know which way to turn or what to do to get a good life. When they eject that person who gave a damn, and purpose, and direction, it is not likely that they will ever attract another who will equally give a damn about giving them direction and a purpose – beyond a weekend slap and tickle.

    But if women don’t recognize cause and effect very well, how can the feminists teach this fact to the ones who look up to them and follow after them? I’m not ignorant of the fact that some men treat women horribly. But most do not. And if the feminists don’t teach that a better life can be had by finding someone who has your best interest at heart, how are these youngsters ever going to escape the trap of not ever having someone to help overcome their deficit of being able to recognize cause and effect?

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  2. Sharkly says:

    Proverbs 30:20 This is what an immoral woman is like: she eats, wipes her mouth, then says “I’ve done nothing wrong.”

    As far as a slutty old woman trying to become a better bet: Immoral women don’t take responsibility for their wrongdoing, so that really prevents them from learning from their past. They don’t analyze their own life critically, instead they justify their past, preventing true repentance and renewal. No wonder God commands for the sexually immoral to be put to death.
    In the verse above, I believe there is a sexual euphemism, if you look at the Hebrew word definitions part of it could also be translated, “she takes it in, then wipes out her opening” and says she has done no wickedness. You can clearly see her “rationalization hamster” running on its wheel in that verse.

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  3. “This is irregular! This is very irregular!”

    Drybar has a lot of good stuff.

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  4. Liz says:

    Mike was listening to the podcast of an interview of a guy who owns a big company for backpacking and hunting and so forth. The owner is a very old guy, who used to go way out alone in the mountains in the 70s, before it was popular. He came up with a bunch of ideas/inventions.
    On the podcast is the president. Apparently he didn’t know it was an interview at the time, but he went out with the guy for several days and he’d say something random like, “how about you make some rabbit stew?” and he’d shoot a few rabbits and make the stew and so forth.
    When they got back the man asked him, “how would you like to be the president of my company?”
    Apparently the man has three daughters and it’s a family business. One daughter works in the sewing department or some such, another customer service. He got a random dude who knew his stuff to be president, and put his daughters in the right skillsets for them.
    Sounds like a very smart dude.

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  5. Liz says:

    I’ve never listened to this comedian. He is hilarious! 😆

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  6. ikr says:

    Exit question — How much is some sexual attractiveness worth?

    Nothing. Emphasis mine.

    Okra hits the nail on the head in the previous thread, asking the two important questions in life:
    1. What can you do (purpose)
    2. What can you do for me (trust)

    Aged, divorced women fail both checks.
    1. They cannot procreate, and the sex will be lackluster. They therefor cannot do very well.
    2. They have demonstrated they cannot be trusted for having abandoned their own tribe, their previous men, financial solvency etc.

    The purpose of women in Creation is sex > children > keeping the home. Men provide and protect. Said differently, women withhold sex, men relationship.

    Using round numbers: assuming a fertile woman at 20, and a dry V tract by 45, who passes away 85- who married and keeps a man starting age 25 who passes at 80.
    The over:under in this conversation is 25 years of sex for him, 55 years of relationship for her. So 25/55 let’s say. And those last 10 years of her life she enjoys continued provision from her husband’s accrued savings, and if she was smart and had 4+ children, enjoys continued companionship and attention from an army of little hands and feet.
    Assume a 40 divorcee who can find a 50 guy. 5 years of sex for 30 years of companionship? So 5/30 is now the ratio.

    Woman is 25? The ride is slowing down.
    Woman is 35? The ride has stopped.
    Woman is 45 and divorced? The entire amusement park is closed.

    Women are peak fertility (direct correlation with beauty / sexual attractiveness) between 16 and 24 (purpose). They have not had enough time to accrue a high N count (trust). They ‘show up’ at the finish line already with 0 effort. Every year they turn down suitors, every academic pursuit, every notch in their N count etc only further distances them from their peak value and reduces the exchange ratio used as an example in the previous paragraph.
    Men come into their own later, as they must accrue value and skill. They will always have many years of provision, and will provide even after they have passed on.

    Young widows are to remarry and keep having children. Elder divorcees, however, should clean up their act and serve out their lives as an example of what not to do, who not to be, for the younger generations of women.

    Israel wandered for 40 years, so that 2 generations of rotten apples would die off, and God would have unspoiled generations with which to work. Society needs the same thing with regard to feminists.

    Exit thought- elder women will find themselves firmly in 1 of 2 camps:
    1. The woman who married (young), bore (many) children, raised them, was faithful (trustworthy) to her husband: finds her value in mentoring the next generation of women while affirming her man’s leadership.
    2. Any other woman- married old or not, bore children via many fathers or not at all, a demonstrated busybody: finds her value in warning the next generation of women while signalling low value to every man.

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  7. ikr says:

    The exit question was posed with regards to a woman seeking marriage.

    Focusing on ‘how much’ a woman who still has 5 years of sex able to bargain? Using the ratio that was introduced, assuming 30/60 as prime value for a woman, a woman who has 5 years left of sex can bargain with a man who has 10 years left of life. This does not address in any way her untrustworthiness- only what she can do, versus what the man can do (what each sex ‘brings to the table’).

    If she has proven untrustworthy, men will not engage with relationship. The transaction between a booty call and sporadic support had already been addressed. She is in effect a prostitute in this example.

    ‘Half, plus seven’ makes more and more sense now. As a woman ages, she should realistically be seeking elder and more elder men, as her value such dictates.


  8. “Half minus seven” makes even more sense to men.

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  9. JPF says:

    Further to what Richard wrote above:

    There is a difference between laziness and a lack of ability.
    (Many) Women demonstrate in math class that they have no problem exercising logic. The problem is not that they cannot figure out a problem. The problem is some women do not choose to think about whatever problem she has; this is laziness, not stupidity.
    Granted, it takes maturity to put her emotions aside and consider facts that are leading to an uncomfortable conclusion; a maturity that many women (and men) lack. This unwillingness to show the maturity to push their emotions aside long enough to think about something unpleasant seems, to me, to be the source of the problems.

    Maybe, if a young woman sees enough older women who are alone, she’ll consider whether those women made bad choices, and therefore that she herself should make different choices. Since she is considering the faults of another, her emotions should not interfere too much with her logical thinking.
    But I suspect a young woman’s choices and thoughts are influenced more by the other young people around her, than by the problems her spinster aunt has. Especially as she does not see her aunt every day; she does see her harlot friends every day.

    Solution: What the Bible shows. Have her father choose who she marries, and when. Of course, this assumes that her father is not an idiot who believes the idea that a woman “needs” a grade 12 education, or even worse, believes she needs a degree. I think many traditional men would be thrilled to marry a 17 year old woman who had finished grade 8 and then taken a couple years’ training in cooking, basic bookkeeping, sewing, and most importantly, memorized a few hundred verses from the Bible about wives, husbands and children.

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  10. Liz says:

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  11. Liz says:

    When people aren’t sure of what to do, they look to what others are doing.
    In the real world, people learn social skills via “cause and effect” (yes, womenz too).
    I do this and what is the response?
    That’s how babies, toddlers, children, on through adults learn social intelligence.
    Social media screws up the equation through confirmation bias environments.
    I suspect there are thousands, maybe hundreds of thousands, of social bots “liking” things that normal people would disapprove of. So the world gets weirder and weirder.

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  12. Liz says:

    FWIW, I think the media/social media/et al permeate disaffectedness in life too.
    People make judgments based on comparison. Used to be one’s friends, neighbors, families ad so forth folks were judging whether or not the were successful.
    Now it’s fictitious people and extreme outliers.
    Good trip down memory lane is to look at base housing and see what a General lived like in the 1970s-80s. That’s a middle class lifestyle now.

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  13. h0neyc0mb says:

    Half works too .. but I like where this is headed (re: 1/2-7).

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  14. Stephanie says:

    Just a quick stop in to say, Hello!!!! ❤ Hope all of you are doing well **hugs**

    Been processing 40 pounds of onions (I wanted only 5 pounds but they read it wrong, so I took the larger order), 40 pounds of sweet potatoes, 40 pounds of avocados, and 15 more dozen eggs (they were on sale for $9 – I could NOT pass that up). ALL of that was just at $102 and once I get done (finally) processing all of it and saving it, it will last most of the winter! The sweet potatoes are great for making homemade baby food 😀 He already loves them!!!! ❤

    Just a tip if any of y'all don't know this… to keep avocados fresh in the freezer and not brown at all, I make HUGE batches of guacamole. The lemon juice is critical when you keep them in the freezer – you add some in to freezer bags at the end, try to get most of the air out through pressing, and the lemon juice seals helps make it easier to be airtight! I freeze them lying flat so that they can more easily be stackable up and down or wherever needed in the freezer. Guacamole is SOOOOo good and something our kids actually eat at times.

    I'm also endeavoring to create chocolate (avocado) mousse!!!! It's actually delicious, and I'm very picky with chocolate desserts. Thinking I'll add coconut cream to round out the taste so it's not so uber chocolate, but even without the cream, it's incredible!

    Anyway… we have so much of everything, I'll be giving some to neighbors again 😀 !!! Let me know Ame if you want any shipped!!

    On the 40 pounds of onions… I'll be baking them (that aren't used in the guacamole) with the skins on. It's like the sneakiest way to get delicious, tender, sweet, onions that can be cooked into almost anything, without DOING hardly any work LOL. Just add butter, salt, cream de fraise, or blue cheese etc. Hopefully I can figure out some roast beef and chicken meals to put them into and then freeze for the winter.

    Anyway… food is on my mind for days now as the kids and I have been processing all of this stuff! Hope you all are doing well ❤

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  15. Liz says:

    Good tips and great to hear from you, Stephanie! ❤

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  16. Cheque d'Out says:

    He’s not in a rush but I enjoyed this as background


  17. Cheque d'Out says:

    Who doesn’t love a rant from Cappy?

    No ladies, your worthless degree is worthless. You aren’t winning Jack Shit

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  18. Stephanie says:

    Lots of stuff going on personally, too, but it’s better to have a quieter existence probably (social media is bleh!).

    So in Texas, each homeschool family is their own private school legally, so I’ve accepted a few, “students,” to our Christian private school (!!). One is a cute 5 year old, fellow Police Officer’s child (husbands work together), he’ll be starting kinder with our Viking Boy 😀 it’s actually awesome because he’ll have a friend to do work with. They like my teaching style because it’s advanced, yet laid back and in a relaxing environment. Our insane public school schedule is still only allowing 15 MINUTE recess!!!!!!! And only 30 minutes to eat lunch. I’m offering 1 hour recess, outside if weather permitting, which in Texas, should be almost everyday, and then quiet time/free time later in the afternoons where they can truly relax/sleep/read, etc. Will have art classes to relax, plus nature walks, etc. Anyway… they’re paying me $600/mo which is nice for a stay at home mom 😀

    Then I’ve offered to teach another family’s older children (3 oldest) who are super intelligent and gifted. They have EIGHT kids, and the wife told me she’s overwhelmed and was looking for a better literature/language arts curriculum, so I’m going to have them come once to twice a week (basically a college schedule) and they’ll learn along with our oldest who already likes them ❤ I'm not charging them anything because they have 8 kids and honestly, my oldest will get the pay off by just loving having fellow classmates in a co-op. I just don't want to see her kids NOT have that opportunity since I know she's overwhelmed and doesn't have the energy to do a highly intensive literature program.

    So lots going on… it's nice that these horrible times seem to inspire us to do things more creatively/productively. We're a neighborhood Christian private school :O !!!! And a home-based gathering place for fellow Christians (church?), all in a matter of weeks! I'm sure eventually they've move to make these things illegal, but we're doing it as long as we're able.

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  19. Stephanie says:

    Wish you lived closer, Liz!!!!!!! And you, too, RPG!!!!! I think we’d have a lot of fun LOL ❤

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  20. Stephanie says:

    Oh! And my husband may be fired for doing the RIGHT thing **major eyeroll** but that’s nothing new really, considering the state of our country. It boggles me how evil things are getting. Our police chief is SO unbelievable crooked… a few years ago when they polled the officers to see how they liked him, 97% said they had NO CONFIDENCE in our chief, he’s that bad. Anyway, so he fires people like this for fun, becasue he knows they’ll be able to win their job back (in a year’s time) and that he’ll just use it to make it look like evil officers are winning their jobs back too easily. It fits in to the Left’s narrative that officers are abusing power etc.

    I’m strangely not really worried at all, I’ve personally seen how God has carried us through weird/strange/awful times, and I know I can trust Him in this. We’ll be ok.

    It’s crazy though… his old, retired Lieutenant (a black man at that!) regularly texts us throughout the week, random inspiring messages, usually preaching 😀 We love him!!! He was the best Lieutenant my husband’s had, and he had a soft spot for my husband… the first time I met him, he bragged to me, saying that my husband was the only one who would take time to come to his Bible studies way back when he was just starting at the academy.

    Anyway (women take so long to tell stories LOL) so he texted us out of the blue that day, the day my husband got in trouble, telling us that Satan was after our family (!!) and not to let him have our family (!!). He never texts weird stuff like that, and he’s a deeply spiritual man, so we took it seriously. Thankfully, ALL of my husband’s higher ups love him, they were actually devising a plan for him that day, if he should be fired, they were already going to line up another job for him with another city close by, they love him that much (and he’s that good, noble, and faithful he’s truly earned their love and respect). ❤

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  21. Farm Boy says:

    It is bad when one is punished for doing the right rhing

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  22. Farm Boy says:

    [Happy to see that zero out that imposter of me they will I am]


  23. Stephanie says:

    It’s bad when ONE police chief gets to control a force where 97% despise him because he’s corrupt!

    Just amazing how when evil people get in charge, they are so hard to boot out!

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  24. Ame says:

    “There’s only one picture we need to see: you, naked, on a scale, holding a bank statement.”



  25. Ame says:

    America’s Frontline Doctors stormed into Washington D.C. today to host their first annual White Coat Summit on Capitol Hill to combat the misinformation and propaganda on COVID being fed to the American people through the corporate media, while successful treatments against COVID are being censored by Big Tech.

    They held a brief press conference first that was sparsely attended, and where impassioned doctors, all of whom deal directly with COVID patients, claimed that the American people were being deceived, and that “nobody needs to die” from COVID, because all them are successfully treating COVID patients with effective cures that are being censored for political reasons.

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  26. SFC Ton says:

    Dating over 40 was awesome

    Course I was dating 20 year olds 😉

    Liked by 4 people

  27. Farm Boy says:

    SACRAMENTO, CA—Governor Gavin Newsom announced Executive Order #14,203 today, converting all carpool lanes in the state into lanes reserved exclusively for rioters.

    Instead of letting cars drive on the freeway lanes, the state will only allow protesters to hang out there and “peacefully riot.” Any motor vehicles driving in the lane will be slapped with a hefty fine. Drivers harassing the protesters or not honking at their “Honk if You Love Communism” signs will be arrested on sight.

    “Today, I’m fixing our broken freeway system by finally giving rioters the rights they deserve,” Newsom said. “This decision was not made lightly. It is driven by the data and by SCIENCE.”

    Other states like Washington and Oregon may follow suit, though Portland authorities said they would probably just convert the entire freeway into a space for rioters.

    When asked whether or not this would exacerbate the state’s already-terrible traffic, Newsom told reporters, “check your privilege” and “stay in your lane.”

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  28. Farm Boy says:

    AG Barr Defends Sending Federal Agents To Portland: ‘Since When Is It Okay To Burn Down A Federal Courthouse?’

    Liked by 2 people

  29. Farm Boy says:

    Black Lives Matter Road-Block Tactic Ambushes Drivers, Leading To Dangerous Confrontations

    Recent incidents show the tactic of blocking people from being able to drive through has become increasingly dangerous and deadly.


  30. Sharkly says:

    When I went to grab my pizza out of the oven, this is what I saw out my window.
    This ain’t a bad bolt-hole to bugout to, on a summer’s evening.

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  31. horsemanbombadil says:

    Master Luke, come quickly!!

    This Bird swallowed R2D2!!

    The stormtroopers tried to rescue but they couldn’t hit shit!!

    Now the little fucker sits there with his maniacal laugh while R2 chirps his last!!

    [Cure that I can not]

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  32. Sharkly says:

    Pretty much every day is “cheat day” while I’m bulking. I just had a pizza and some home brewed root beer, and I’m going to top off with some cookies and cream ice cream. In case SHTF and I need some extra pounds on my bod to begin with. 😉 If food becomes scarce, I’ll be glad I pigged out in preparation. However I don’t want to get overprepared, in that regard.


  33. Farm Boy says:

    [Like applesauce I do]


  34. Farm Boy says:

    Incredible: New York Times Publishes Tearjerker Piece About Their Incredibly Wealthy Privileged White Friends Who Are Forced to Move Out of Their Million Dollar NYC Apartments Into Their Vacation Homes Due to Covid


  35. Stephanie 💕❤️💕 For you and yours:

    Dear Lord, we pray you surround this family with angels of protection, guidance, and comfort. Take this worry to your shoulders. And it is so. Thank you! 🙏

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  36. Stephanie — post on the fridge (or wherever you like)

    💕❤️💕 God has got this! 💕❤️💕

    Liked by 4 people

  37. Farm Boy says:

    If the hearing of Attorney General William Barr today made anything clear at all, it is this: The Democratic Party is unwilling to back up the federal authorities who are defending the federal courthouse in Portland, Oregon. In four hours, the House heard from the Democrats nary the slightest expression of support of the officers who are on the front-line of this battle. The hearing will shock millions of Americans.

    All the more so because of the opening statement by the chairman, Congressman Jerrold Nadler. It has to be one of the rudest statements with which any cabinet officer of the United States has ever been greeted on the Hill. It was followed by the ranking member, Congressman Jim Jordan, who showed a video compilation of one broadcaster after another describing the protests as “peaceful.” It was a veritable meme.

    Liked by 1 person

  38. Farm Boy says:

    Twitter Censors, Locks Breitbart’s Account Over Pro-HCQ Doctor’s Livestream

    “Tweets with the video are in violation of our Covid-19 misinformation policy.”


  39. Farm Boy says:

    With millions of people globally sharing information and videos purporting that Bill Gates’ obsession with vaccinations is a cover for a global microchipping program, the billionaire Microsoft founder again felt the need to deny the allegations, while pushing for more censorship of social media posts.


  40. Farm Boy says:

    Portland continues to burn at the hands of Antifa agitators who are using a court order that has prevented Federal officers from taking action against the press. In other words, rioters are holding cameras and claiming the Feds can’t touch them because they are ‘journalists’.

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  41. Farm Boy says:

    “What makes me concerned for the country is that this is the first time in my memory that the leaders of one of our great two political parties, the Democratic Party, are not coming out and condemning mob violence and the attack on federal courts,” Barr said. “Why can’t we just say: ‘Violence against federal courts has to stop?’ Could we hear something like that?”


  42. Farm Boy says:

    San Francisco East

    A cluster of junkies has turned Broadway into a shooting gallery, injecting drugs unhampered in broad daylight and then shuffling around in a zonked-out stupor, seemingly oblivious to the Midtown bustle around them, The Post has learned.

    If that wasn’t enough, the addicts are peppering the area with used syringes, turning individual planters on 40th Street and Broadway into mini needle parks.

    “They’ve taken over the tables, blatantly using needles and shooting up heroin all day long,” said a local worker who asked that he only be identified as James. “There’s no police action, there’s no reach-out. There’s nobody preventing this, and you know we’ve had multiple calls to 311 but nobody really responds. It’s becoming a real problem.”

    He called his own 311 calls “futile exercises


  43. Farm Boy says:

    Some actual journalism

    Liked by 1 person

  44. Farm Boy says:

    WASHINGTON, D.C.—Representative Jerry Nadler continued to insist that the violent riots across the country are “a myth” in a hearing today, even as Antifa rioters stormed the Capitol Building and set fire to the very room where was Nadler testifying


  45. Farm Boy says:

    Democrats Disgrace Themselves During AG Barr Hearing With ‘Reclaiming My Time’ Constant Interruptions

    Barr: “Well, this is a hearing. I thought I was the one who was supposed to be heard.”


  46. Farm Boy says:


    Vitamin D helps the body fight coronavirus, major Israeli study claims

    Liked by 1 person

  47. Sounds like an 80’s mall arcade on a Friday night.


  48. Stephanie says:

    ❤️❤️ Thanks RPG ❤️❤️ we’ll see what happens, I am definitely confident in God, but we’re also so busy I actually almost forgot all about it! It was like an afterthought!!

    And my husband is super busy this week having tons of fun training cadets, then has a week’s vacation he’ll probably spend most at the lake nearby fishing with our boys, then he’ll find out after all that, what will happen. He was freaked out a little that first day, and then got over it, and has been good. I’m sure the internal affairs interrogation won’t be easy, but he’ll be ok. I’ve always thought of him like a Joseph, things may happen, but his character and reliance on God just shines brighter. It’s always made me love him all the more 😍💕😍.

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  49. Sharkly says:

    “Get woke, Go broke” apparently has a corollary:
    Be sane, See gain.

    Liked by 4 people

  50. Farm Boy says:

    Billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates told CNBC it’s important for young students to return to school for in-person learning, despite the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.


  51. Farm Boy says:

    Two women have been arrested for attacking a Wisconsin state senator during a chaotic night of violence near the state Capitol last month


  52. Farm Boy says:

    PORTLAND, Ore.— Edward Thomas Schinzing, 32, has been charged by criminal complaint with using fire to maliciously damage or destroy the Justice Center in downtown Portland on May 29, 2020.

    Liked by 1 person

  53. RichardP says:

    In response to the AG Barr hearing, it seems appropriate to remember this. And maybe remind others of it also. It is the third paragraph from here:
    Note that the interruptions in the text are part of what I copied.

    While our Country remains untainted with the Principles and manners, which are now producing desolation in so many Parts of the World: while she continues Sincere and incapable of insidious and impious Policy: We shall have the Strongest Reason to rejoice in the local destination assigned Us by Providence. But should the People of America, once become capable of that deep simulation towards one another and towards foreign nations, which assumes the Language of Justice and moderation while it is practicing Iniquity and Extravagance; and displays in the most captivating manner the charming Pictures of Candour frankness & sincerity while it is rioting in rapine and Insolence: this Country will be the most miserable Habitation in the World. Because We have no Government armed with Power capable of contending with human Passions unbridled by morality and Religion. Avarice, Ambition Revenge or Galantry, would break the strongest Cords of our Constitution as a Whale goes through a Net. Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious People. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other

    That local and congressional democrats refuse to call the rioting thugs to account proves the truth of those last two sentences.

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  54. Farm Boy says:

    Attorneys for Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged madam Ghislaine Maxwell sought this week to prohibit her accusers from publicly posting evidence from her criminal trial to help boost their civil suits against her.


  55. Farm Boy says:

    He might be onto something

    Responding to questions via Snapchat, Denver Nuggets forward Michael Porter Jr. said he believes the China-originated coronavirus is being utilized for a “bigger agenda,” including to “control the masses of people


  56. RichardP says:

    If you go to the link I provided, you will see the interruptions in the text. Obviously, they disappeared when what I copied was posted here.


  57. Farm Boy says:

    Amused mastery

    It was the first of many times Barr turned the tables on his would-be tormentors. He often appeared bored, but when he was allowed to speak, his words cut through the room like a knife. He called the attacks in Portland and elsewhere “an assault on the government of the United States.”

    Later, he chided Nadler & Co. for their silence in the face of clear criminal activity.

    “This is the first time in my memory that the leaders of one of our two great political parties, the Democratic Party, are not coming out and condemning mob violence,” he said. “Can’t we just say the violence against the federal courts has to stop? Could we hear something like that?”

    The room was silent. The attorney general challenged their loyalty, and not a single Democrat objected. For them, it was just another day at the office.

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  58. Farm Boy says:

    WASHINGTON, D.C.—At a press conference today, Joe Biden was proud to announce that he’d selected his running mate for the 2020 election: Aunt Jemima.

    “She’s a clean, articulate woman of color, she’s a self-made businesswoman, and she’s a great listener,” Biden said as he unveiled his pick for vice president. “We were looking at two criteria for my VP: her race and her gender, and Jemima nailed both qualifications.”

    “Plus, she smells fantastic. Welcome to Team Joe, toots!” He then put his hands on the neck of the bottle and caressed it, giving the bottle of maple syrup a good sniff.

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  59. RichardP says:

    @Stephanie said: … things may happen, but his character and reliance on God just shines brighter.

    Reminds me of these two instances:

    Wherefore take unto you the whole armour of God, that ye may be able to withstand in the evil day, and having done all, to stand. Stand therefore … (by doing these things) Ephesians 6:13-17

    And the Lord said unto Satan, Hast thou considered my servant Job, that there is none like him in the earth, a perfect and an upright man, one that feareth God, and escheweth evil?

    Then Satan answered the Lord, and said, Doth Job fear God for nought? Hast not thou made an hedge about him, and about his house, and about all that he hath on every side? thou hast blessed the work of his hands, and his substance is increased in the land. But put forth thine hand now, and touch all that he hath, and he will curse thee to thy face.

    And the Lord said unto Satan, Behold, all that he hath is in thy power; only upon himself put not forth thine hand. Job 1 & 2

    The take-away from Job: Satan could not touch Job without God’s permission. God gave permission in order to prove a point.

    Job’s response? “… yet will I trust him”.

    So let it be spoken. So let it be done.

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  60. Cheque d'Out says:

    Oh Noes

    [Wonder how many catching on that the media lying it is I do]

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  61. “Build Back Better Biden?”

    Little Louie likes licking lollipops?


  62. Farm Boy says:

    PORTLAND, OR—Portland’s wall of moms was recently dispersed after local authorities air-dropped more than 600 Target gift cards valued at amounts ranging from $5 to $50. Witnesses say the wall of women unlocked their arms almost immediately and turned on one another as soon as the glistening red cards began hitting the street.

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  63. Farm Boy says:

    [Such big eyes I have not]


  64. Cheque d'Out says:

    [Probably Harry pay he will
    Check this out everyone should]

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  65. Ame says:

    “Have a nice day,” has been replaced with, “Stay SAFE!”

    cause that big ol’ virus is growing and growing and it’s gonna attack me!


  66. SFC Ton says:

    Stephanie — post on the fridge (or wherever you like)

    💕❤️💕 God has got this! 💕❤️💕

    The Almighty God has made no such promise.

    Reckon He makes the opposite claim myself

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  67. SFC Ton says:

    Nadler looks like a small hat

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  68. SFC Ton says:

    I’m sure it would be a pay cut but the law in Alamance County is a pretty good crew.

    Plus he’ll have maxim opportunity to beat down googles and skypes


  69. horsemanbombadil says:

    “On July 23, 59,846 people across the United States were in the hospital after testing positive for the novel coronavirus, according to data reported by the Covid Tracking Project, just below the peak of 59,940 reached on April 15, when the New York City area was the epicenter of the US outbreak”

    Aha figures

    Total Staffed Beds in All U.S. Hospitals


    Staffed Beds in Community 1 Hospitals


    59486 into even the lower bed number of 792,417 is 7.5% of available beds.


    Yes some centres are hit harder but its not like its going to collapse the system.

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  70. horsemanbombadil says:

    From May, army field hospitals with a capacity by my math of 10,687 stood down.
    Plus the USNS Comfort the hospital ship that could serve 1000 by itself.

    11,687 out of 59,486 is 19.6%

    So the military could handle 20% of all of today’s cases from available capacity TODAY!!

    Yes it is a bad disease but really it is not anywhere near overwhelming anything.

    P.s. notice it is almost impossible to find the number of hospitalizations today.
    Its always the total to date number?

    Because 59k is 1\100th of 1% of the u.s. populations.

    Or the equivalent of Porterville or Le Mesa California.

    Never heard of em? Me neither, had to do some digging to find a u.s. town with a population under 60k.

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  71. horsemanbombadil says:

    My experience

    I ran a 500 bed LTC in a nothing town. There were 11 in my county.

    100 LTCs like mine could take care over every covid patient in the U.S. today.

    Currently in Canada my facility could hold Every Single Person in Canada currently hospitalized.


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  72. horsemanbombadil says:

    33 million are unemployed because 59k are sick.

    559 people unemployed for every person sick.

    You decide of it is worth it.

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  73. Farm Boy says:

    During a Big Tech hearing before the House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday, Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) asked Google CEO Sundar Pichai to promise the American people that Google would not “tailor its features” to help presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden in the 2020 presidential election. Pichai hemmed and hawed, but he ultimately offered a vague commitment to be impartial in the election


  74. horsemanbombadil says:

    Even the loonie is rising against the U.S. dollar as the Fed faces currency threat: Don Pittis

    Seriously? Canada is beating you? Canada?

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  75. Ame says:

    hummm . . .

    Reckon He makes the opposite claim myself

    curious … how do you figure that?


  76. SFC Ton says:

    The world hates us because the world hates Him

    Not to mention how many times things don’t go well for His followers.

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  77. Farm Boy says:

    Leftists Lose Their Minds Because Washington Post Will Capitalize ‘White’

    “This is an awful, racist idea. There is no white culture.”


  78. Farm Boy says:

    PORTLAND, OR—Facing massive budget cuts, the Portland Police Bureau has come up with an exciting new way to fund their department. Upstanding citizens can now pay 5 dollars to throw tear gas at communist protesters. People from across the country are lining up to live their lifelong dreams of blasting dirty commies with tear gas.

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  79. @ Tom I meant God has got this in an eternal sense. Agreed that is not promised on earth, although I would say He promises He will not forsake us.

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  80. * will not forsake us in times of earthly trial.

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  81. * oops Ton, autocorrect! 🤗


  82. P.s. I may have converted a leftist atheist today! He posted on Facebook something along wanting evidence of God. I replied, look around! The stars, the sky, the clouds, the animals, the plants, and then used a lengthy breakdown of photosynthesis as an example – Divinely engineered. And he AGREED and said he’d never thought of it that way before! Of course that’s just step one in the whole Truth, but seeing it opens the door to future talk of the Gospel, I will pray! 💕

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  83. I also almost have him red pulled enough to vote the Don! Ha!

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  84. All this started in a closed group for right leaning locals. He joined and continued to post libtard stuff. Everyone else hammered him mercilessly but I would try to build a bridge with replies like, “I can see where you are coming from, but have you considered (red pill reply to the topic.) And so now he sees me as his “friend” and I think that opened the door to the above exchange. Gentleness is the female superpower, just as strength/warrior is the male.

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  85. Because every peaceful protestor wears laser goggles and a gas mask to a peaceful protest! (His lady needs to gear up, apparently!)

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  86. * note the victim stance, and so many other cringe worthy things about the post and photo above. Peak libtard!

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  87. That was fast!

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  88. The free food vendor suffered the same fate yesterday: ousted by “Don’t Shoot Portland” a Blm group That’s not sharing that non profit grift w any “outsiders!” Got that, comrade?

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  90. Gosh get up sleepies, the world’s burning and red pills are dropping fast!

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  91. From the above article:

    “Realizing they were over their heads Ty, Mike, and Beans agreed to transfer ownership of Riot Ribs and the Venmo account to ******Teressa Raiford, a mayoral candidate who operates a nonprofit called DontShootPDX.”*******

    😳 Imagine a BLM mayor?!? Yikes!

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  92. Farm Boy says:

    The Food and Drug Administration on Wednesday opened the door to COVID-19 testing that could be fast, cheap, and handled entirely at home — if companies don’t find the rules too burdensome.


  93. Farm Boy says:

    There are two stunning things in this ESPN report. The first is the behavior attributed to Chinese coaches at NBA facilities, which apparently included physically abusing players in their young teens. The second stunning thing is that the NBA knew about all of this before the dust up last year about Houston Rocket’s General Manager Daryl Morey’s tweet supporting human rights in Hong Kong.


  94. Farm Boy says:

    Elon Musk Tweets ‘Billy G Is Not My Lover’ after Bill Gates Called His COVID-19 Comments ‘Outrageous’


  95. Farm Boy says:

    Surprise: “Journalists” Try to Cancel Chicago Tribune Writer John Kass For Daring to Write — Factually — That George Soros Has Spent Millions to Elect Leftwing DAs like Kim Gardner and Kim Foxx


  96. Farm Boy says:

    BLM Protester Complains About White People Blocking Her Car From Driving, Asks Cops To “Do Their Job”

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  97. Farm Boy says:

    Joe Biden angered some leftist extremists Wednesday, as he specifically addressed rioters in a statement, condemning “violence and destruction of property,” and calling for the prosecution of “arsonists and anarchists”.


  98. Farm Boy says:

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  99. Farm Boy says:

    U-Haul makes money by ensuring they are paid between destinations. When rentals leaving a particular location are up, but dropoffs in the same place are low, the price for leaving the destination rises. This is because they have to retrieve trucks without getting a rental fee.

    There is a stunning differential in the route between Seattle, Wash., and Boise, Idaho. It costs almost eight times as much to leave Seattle as it does to leave Boise.


  100. Farm Boy says:

    Last week, a “wall of moms” made a barrier around the rioters in Portland, OR, to protect them from law enforcement.

    But now the rioters turned against the Wall of Moms because of allegations of “anti-Blackness.”

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  101. Farm Boy says:

    WASHINGTON, D.C.—At a press conference Wednesday, Dr. Fauci suggested that Americans cover their entire bodies in bubble wrap to protect against coronavirus.

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  102. Farm Boy says:

    The main thing seems to be the phrase “law and order.” It would help the anti-Trump cause quite a bit if people would believe the phrase “law and order” signals white supremacy. It’s easy to do the counter-spin however: It is racist to hear “law and order” as white supremacy.


  103. Farm Boy says:

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  104. Farm Boy says:

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  105. Funny stuff! 🤣


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  107. That reporter fixing Andy is super not cool! I hope he sues her and the publisher! And if criminal charges could be filed, even better!

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  108. Farm Boy says:

    Andy Ngo deserves what a Nobel Prize is supposed to be.

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  109. Farm Boy says:

    Federal law enforcement in Portland has arrested 74 people and charged 60 of them with federal crimes for actions they allegedly took against federal police and facilities in the Oregon city, according to the Justice Department.

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  110. thedeti says:

    I have in recent years run across some middle aged women who all had the same plan. They were in not the best of financial position, after divorcing husbands and making less than sound life decisions. They still had a bit of sexual attractiveness, so they latched on to divorcee men with good jobs. These fellas were treating them as booty call when needed, providing some financial help sometimes as part of the package.

    The women themselves were of course hoping for more than weekend booty call, but that was never coming. Still they deluded themselves. So here we have women surviving on their modest income, with supplements from a more financially stable man.

    So…. sugar babies. “Prostitution lite”.

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  111. Ame says:

    Bloom, that’s SO awesome!!! You’re amazing ❣️

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  112. God is amazing, Not me, if it were not for Grace there’s no way… but luckily “I saw the light” however late, and now am happy to just try to show up and be open to those moments, represent the love God has shown me to others!

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  114. I honestly wish the feds would just do a sweep of Seattle and Portland and round up everybody who’s in the area after they’ve been ordered to disperse. But maybe that would just attract more like them from other areas in the country to cause even more trouble. I do hope they’ve got a plan and maybe snatching 2-3 here, 6-8 eight a night there, eventually will cut the head off the snake. I sure hope so.

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  116. Gah

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  117. SFC Ton says:

    But maybe that would just attract more like them from other areas in the country to cause even more trouble.

    Don’t see the problem with that.

    Trying to create a protestor kill box of sorts myself

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  118. theshadowedknight says:

    At this point, if you arent planning on anti-rioter activities, you are fucking up. Either for a fight or for an evacuation. I’m in the middle of a college town, so for me its an evac. Trying to stand and fight where I live would be foolish. If you have a semi-defensible area and a good community, best to make your stand.


  119. SFC Ton says:

    A few weeks back I was the only one willing to open fire

    Made the decision to pull back. Like I told that one fuck stick a lone wolf/ last stand doesn’t get your name in the history books or extend your family line

    30 other dudes dropping tangos and it’s a different critter

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  120. theshadowedknight says:

    Oh, sure, that’s why I plan to get out. I have to retreat to where I have more support. Unless I get pinned down and I have no choice, I dont want to go out in a blaze of glory.

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  121. Stephanie says:

    Ton, I know, believe me!

    I was reading in the book of Daniel the other morning, and even Jesus Himself is explaining to Daniel that many of God’s people will die, pretty violently, in the last years.

    “… (talking about the antiChrist) With flattery he will corrupt those who act wickedly toward the covenant (God’s people), **but the people who know their God will be strong and take action.**

    “Those who are wise among the people will give understanding to many, yet they will die by sword and flame, and be captured and plundered for a time.

    “When defeated, they will be helped by some, but many others will join them insincerely.

    “Some of the wise will fall so that they may be refined, purified, and cleansed until the time of the end, for it will still come at the appointed time (so this sounds like it’s going to happen for decades before the actual end times).

    Jump ahead to the next chapter…

    “Those who are wise will shine like the bright expanse of the heavens, and those who lead many to righteousness, will shine like the stars forever and ever.”

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  122. okrahead says:

    Christ Himself prayed that the cup His Father prepared would pass from Him… But He still accepted it.
    We can pray for deliverance from the evil which is upon us, and if God so wills perhaps it will pass from us, but it is the course of wisdom to pray for the wisdom and strength to overcome the evil around us. The passivity of “nice” people in the face of evil is one of the defining characteristics separating Christianity and churchianity.


  123. theshadowedknight says:

    “I wish it need not have happened in my time”
    “So do I,” said Gandalf, “and so do all who live to see such times. But that is not for them to decide. All we have to decide is what to do with the time that is given us.”

    I would have liked to have found a nice girl, built a family, been part of a community, and lived a peaceful life. That isn’t my wyrd. I can only hope that once we make it through this, I can make my own fate, God willing. War is coming.


  124. SFC Ton says:

    What struck me in that book was how an angle had to fight his way thru to Daniel

    That’s some, heavy weight right there

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  125. SFC Ton says:

    Andy Ngo has brass but he should out a crew of hitters togther before he goes out like that


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