Big Sister

I have noticed a phenomenon with some mothers of girls.  One is perhaps most prominent among single moms with just girls.  That is, they act like a big sister rather than a Mom, and often a rather poor big sister at that.

How could this happen?  Perhaps it happens most when there isn’t an adult in the household to put their foot down and call BS on this gambit.  No husband, grandparents, etc.  Perhaps the state is serving the financial role of adult, but it isn’t going to put its foot down with respect to such behavior.

Why might it happen?  Perhaps it is because it is easier, and people who engage in it (often on government dole) are lazy.  Then it gets worse from there.  Being a friend seems more fun than being a responsible parent, and who wouldn’t want fun?  Furthermore, it is in fashion with some of the correct people, so one gets cachet from that.

So what is the problem?  Girls need moms to be moms.   They need things explained to them, even when they don’t want to hear them.  They need boundaries set.  They need moms to actually be parents, to prepare them for the world.  Then there is the benefit that the girls can grow up feeling secure with mom setting boundaries; for without it, they feel insecure and are more prone to stupid behaviors.

Short answer – moms should act like parents.

Exit Question — Do present day adults know how parents should act?

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122 comments on “Big Sister
  1. horsemanbombadil says:


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  2. SFC Ton says:

    Women are rarely adults so mothers can’t really pull that one off

    But one of the more common parental failures I see is folks trying to fix the short comings of their own parents…… when siad parents didn’t have much in the way of short comings. Next thing you known they are in the best friend vs parent failure cycle

    Which I see is more about the parents turned best friends lack of maturity

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  3. Ame says:

    Do present day adults know how parents should act?

    ummm … not really.

    families are so spread out, so there’s not much generational support or wisdom being passed down.

    often there are not many positive examples to follow.

    also, with little guidance or positive example, there is a tendency to parent according to what we don’t want to do/happen rather than according to what we do want to do/happen. parenting to the negative is often disastrous.

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  4. Sharkly says:

    It is called Enmeshment.
    My wife is like sisters with her crazy Feminist mom. It messed her up bad!
    Look up “Enmeshment” on the web, and read a bit about it, if you want to know more.

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  5. b g says:

    Well, sadly the ancient sacred dance between the sexes, the rituals, the covenant that allowed our species to develop, is almost completely lost now. Increasingly with each generation fewer children see fewer examples of the normal interplay between parents; the necessary steps of the dance are vanishing. Even if we as individuals somehow manage to achieve some degree of success, all of us can observe the widespread damage amongst our extended families and friends…and it usually runs through families.

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  6. Farm Boy says:

    It is called Enmeshment

    That sounds like something that might have been considered illegal 60 years ago

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  7. Further to what others have said, kids used to grow up with many other kids and the older ones, especially girls, would be expected to look after the younger ones. They soon learned that their little siblings and cousins need a firm hand as much as affection.
    It’s like orangutangs raised in captivity that don’t know how to care for their young. The infants must be removed and brought up by zookeepers, and eventually reintroduced to their mothers once they are more independent.
    Back to humans, some of this is true for fathers, too.

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  8. Ame says:

    enmeshment … cause Mama is trying to live vicariously through daughter(s) to do/become all she didn’t get to the first time.

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  9. horsemanbombadil says:

    As a Canuck I side with both of them on different things.
    I dropped the baby’s dummy distracted by the bathing suit while in the que to get gas.

    But neither of them wear a toque while drinking a double double on the chesterfield after a game of shinny.

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  10. horsemanbombadil says:

    Or getting a 2-4 for the May 2-4 instead of a twenty sixer.


  11. I see this frequently but it never ends well for the kids. And then the mom often blames THEM for it not working out. So sad!

    My kids have friends. I need to be their parent.

    We have a very good relationship, but they know I am the parent, not a peer. Because we all get this, there’s very little misbehavior or rebellion. No yelling, no drama, no fighting… we all get along very peacefully. It’s awesome.

    Other moms I know who took the friend route are having big time trouble with their teen girls now. It’s lazy parenting yo be a pal versus bring a leader, and I have yet to see kids raised with this dynamic do well.

    Be a parent.

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  12. theshadowedknight says:

    Women, without structure, collapse into chaos. What use is property to a woman when the next marauding man could take it all away? What is a daughter to a woman but a competitor for that man’s attention? Why would a woman make any attempt at planning for the future without a man present? Women cannot survive on their own. Their instincts tell them not to bother, and to make as much of a nuisance of themselves as possible to force a man to come and carry them off.

    A story of two women:

    One goes off to college at 18 and sluts around for four to five years, getting passed around like a sentient sex toy. She graduates with a degree in something largely useless and gets hired to fill diversity quotas and gets placed in the art harem of some business firm. She spends the next decade or more fucking around, trying to get to the top of someone’s booty call list. If she is lucky, she has a child in her mid to late thirties, just as her eggs are running out. If she has a daughter, the same thing ensues, and in all likelihood her genetic line ends in a generation.

    The other woman gets kidnapped and sold as a sex slave to an ISIS fighter. She has six or seven children, and 30 grandchildren.

    Women like to be captured and made to serve because the ones who didn’t died off. We know this because of 50 Shades of Grey, sexual fantasy surveys listing rape as the most common fantasy, and the fact that women complain about rape by frat boys, not dune coons (in other words, they are complaining about the men who are not raping them).

    There is more, but on not here for rape apologetics, just to point out that women are adapted to a world where they don’t get to make their own choices. They don’t know any better because they cant know any better. If they did, they would wind up as a genetic dead end. As soon as a woman gets taken by a man with a will strong enough to master her, she stops causing trouble, and starts being useful and supportive.


  13. Looks like shampoo and hairbrush vs. whaaaa? to me.

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  14. Cill says:

    I doubt that Sharon’s food has ever made the acquaintance of her table. It’s more likely to be already widening the circle of her girth instead.

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  15. Cill says:

    Sharon is an example of self-enhanced unloveliness.

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  16. Cill says:

    The woke would say she has as much right to be screwed as any other
    hunk of lard


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  17. Cill says:

    Blue rinse and perm I reckon.


  18. Cill says:

    I do not feel well-disposed toward Sharon.

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  19. b g says:

    Okay, I had to laugh ;-D

    Liked by 6 people

  20. Sharon rhymes with Karen,

    Karen rhymes with bitch.

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  21. Farm Boy says:

    Andrew Duncomb, 25, works under the name “Black Rebel,” and was documenting the protests in Portland, Oregon, when he noticed a man was following the group he was with around 2:30 a.m. on Saturday, the Oregonian reported. Duncomb passed his camera off to a friend before putting his arm around the man’s shoulder and asking him why he was following the group. The man did not verbally respond, but stabbed Dumcomb in the back just missing his spinal cord, the Oregonian reported.

    “I was stabbed for being a conservative journalist,” Duncomb said, the Oregonian reported.


  22. Farm Boy says:

    WASHINGTON, D.C.—Joe Biden has announced he will be selecting a female vice president, a move many assumed was pandering to the ladyfolk. But it’s actually a brilliant move, according to top analysts, since the move will save taxpayers almost 30% on the vice president’s salary.

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  23. Farm Boy says:

    It appears that keeping people indoors and away from fresh air and sunshine has contributed to the challenges we have faced in this country, in terms of continuing outbreaks and poor outcomes. I assert that we would do better in our response if we ditched the masks and closures and opted to promote Vitamin D supplements and more freedom


  24. SFC Ton says:

    As a Southron my hand would be down that blonde chick’s shirt

    Liked by 1 person

  25. Farm Boy says:

    Treatment with Hydroxychloroquine Cut Death Rate Significantly in COVID-19 Patients, Henry Ford Health System Study Shows


  26. Farm Boy says:

    The study analyzed 2,541 patients hospitalized among the system’s six hospitals between March 10 and May 2 and found 13% of those treated with hydroxychloroquine died while 26% of those who did not receive the drug died.

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  27. Farm Boy says:

    On Wednesday, the Ohio Department of Health (ODH) announced that the Ohio Board of Pharmacy had issued a ruling that prohibited the selling or dispensing of hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine to treat COVID-19.


  28. Farm Boy says:

    On Wednesday Dr Anthony Fauci, a leading member of the White House coronavirus task force, told the BBC that hydroxychloroquine was not effective against the virus.


  29. Farm Boy says:

    Mayor Jenny Durkan of Seattle experienced her own ‘come to NIMBY’ moment in June. After shrugging off weeks of vandalism, riots, the terrorizing of local businesses at the CHOP (Capitol Hill Occupied Protest) encampment, and even two murders, as a ‘Summer of Love’, Durkan was confronted with bullhorns on her doorstep. Led by the militant city council member Kshama Sawant, rioters marched to the mayor’s home. Incensed, Mayor Jenny demanded an investigation into Sawant for daring to disturb her domestic sanctum, far from the colorful and homicidal ‘street carnival’ on Capitol Hill. Durkan took immediate action to break up the CHOP menace. Her Summer of Love was over like a bad gap-year fling.

    Seattle radio show host Paul Gallant also discovered the inexorable and insatiable demands of the mob. Never has there been a less fitting last name. A few weeks ago, the cheeky ESPN radio jockey was hailed as a hero for slaying President Trump with a smug tweet: ‘Walked through it [Seattle’s riots] last night out of curiosity and saw no burning, pillaging or deaths.

    Then, last weekend, Gallant’s apartment building was burned and pillaged. Thanks to the gallant members of the Seattle fire department, the residents were saved from death.

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  30. I recently bumped into Vixen in town, after not seeing her for ages except via social media, where all looks “happy happy.” She has very much had this sister dynamic with her two daughters as well and once we got to talking it became clear very quickly that is not working out very well. Her oldest is 15 the younger one 13 and they are already acting like 22-year-olds. The sass talk they simply skip school they are getting really bad grades and sneaking out. The oldest is getting therapy and has attempted suicide at least once, threatened to multiple times. The younger sister is more quiet, less rebellious but is more seething, which worries me as well. After getting “caught up” I felt almost sick, and was so thankful they had moved (we met when she and her ex moved In two houses down, she was 8 months pregnant w the youngest at that time. It wasn’t as bad back then, but the train was headed off the rails even back then, in retrospect, before it finally did with them losing their home in the crash, a disastrous trial of “open marriage,” and then them divorcing. (All that’s on my blog, search Vixen and it should pop up.) They still lived within 15 minutes and so we would get the kids together but luckily when her oldest started getting boy crazy in 5th grade my daughter on her own decided they really were not interested in the same things anymore, and stopped wanting to get together. Vixens dating drama also got exhausting, and I had found the red pill, and our paths diverged as well. It breaks my heart to see so much dysfunction in their family and while I can understand why the girls have turned out the way they have it’s really sad because I see nothing but disaster ahead. They’re above average attractive which their mom has taught them to use that card at the expense of developing themselves otherwise, as she herself has done. And don’t take this the wrong way I’m not gloating or bragging and I have my own parenting regrets (mostly always wishing we had more fun time and I was not so busy trying to keep the business going enough, always squeezing a 60 hour work week into Half that, knowing I could be doing more, but hoping the cards would shuffle along vs. collapse) the but to know that my kids were not doing any of all that, but instead doing well in school, developing hobbies and interests vs looking being boy crazy, it just made me so thankful two paths had diverged in the woods, and we had taken the one less travelled by. I guess hindsight is 2020 but looking back I wish I had recognized all this earlier in life and had done some things very differently. But I also try to cut myself some slack and remember the screwed up script my generation was handed played a role as well (career! Independence! Don’t “waste your potential and life” blah blah. If nothing else I have not passed those messages on to my kids and while I encourage them to do well in school I don’t overly focused on their career being their identity and I hope their path will be less precarious for what I have learned and tried my best to explain the pitfalls of the “modern ways.” It won’t be long before my oldest is driving and will be moving slowly towards more independence. I hope she’ll make good choices and I know I’ll be there to encourage it.

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  31. theshadowedknight says:

    Bloom, those girls sound like they are doomed. Poor things. They never had a chance, being raised like that. They are going to need to be absurdly lucky to make it out of the trap they have been led into. If they are fucking around at that age, they are going to tear themselves apart. What a fool woman. An open marriage isn’t a marriage, and isn’t an example to show your daughters.

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  32. horsemanbombadil says:

    U.S. population. 328,200,000
    – cases to date 4,560,000
    Uninfected. 323,640,000
    ÷ new cases today. 63,255
    Days to total infected. 5,113
    Years to total infected. 14.01
    ÷ president term length. 4.00
    Presidents to deal with covid. 3.5. Round up to 4.

    The next 4 presidents gonna have to deal with Covid even at today’s armageddon rates.

    Trump or Biden aint gonna solve this thing.

    P.s. # of corona virus or influenza vaccines made with a 50% success rate ever. 0

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  33. horsemanbombadil says:

    Lets go into lockdown from Thanksgiving to Easter because of waves

    For the NEXT DECADE!!!

    What could happen?

    We have to find a way to live with this as a chronic disease like measles.

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  34. horsemanbombadil says:

    Polio, measles, etc vaccines work because those are DNA viruses, a living organism seperate from your cells that is killed by the immune response. T cells hunt and kill the virus while the rest of your cells operate as normal.

    The inactive vaccine puts the dead corpses of the dna virus into the body for t cells to recognize. The dna corpse is inactivated but can be seen by the T cells in the bloodstream.

    Corona viruses are RNA, a non living strand of molucules that goes inside your cells, any cells, chemically replicates inside and explodes the cells to start over. The immune response doesn’t attack the rna directly. It tell every cell that can be invaded how to chemically alter its shell to stop the RNA from penetrating.

    A RNA vaccine is a chemical compound, not inactive virus, it doesn’t put a corpse for the t cells to recognize in the bloodstream.

    Why? Because the RNA is only rarely in the bloodstream. It spends most of its time inside your cells. To get at it, t cells would have to attack the body’s own cells.

    It is very hard to get your immune system to attack your own cells. Why? Because that is what cancer is and the body has defenses against cancer.

    An RNA vaccine can work if it stops any RNA from penetrating. But if even one RNA gets in and starts replicating the body wont attack the cell it has invaded. So coronavirus, flu vaccines work by making the body inhospitable to the vaccine, a more complicated process and less effective.

    So a vaccine to save us, 100%. Of the people? Noit going to happen.

    Will one be found that reduces the severity of the disease so most healthy people fight it off?
    100%. In a year or two or 10. It has been a decade since H1N1 and 50% of the people who had flu in 2018 had H1N1 (the most active strain that year). But the vaccine weakened H1N1 enough they faught it off.

    Tl:dr. We will never have a 100% vaccine or even 50%. But it wont kill millions either.
    We just have to learn to live with it.

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  35. horsemanbombadil says:

    A metaphore.

    A DNA vaccine is showing a recognition plate of libtards to Ton, Larry and Sumo and sending them off a’huntin.

    An RNA vaccine is giving me, Cill and Farm Boy a home depot’s worth of supplies and tools to shore up everyone’s house in Spawnyville.

    I can swing a mean hammer but I much prefer going against an enemy being served snacks.

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  36. horsemanbombadil says:

    And I don’t mean Ame and Bloom’s snacks.

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  37. Farm Boy says:

    Funeral for Congressman John Lewis

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  38. Farm Boy says:

    News you can use


  39. ikr says:

    Mothers have no hope for their daughters. Many logic in the following manner:

    “I know my little girl is going to experiment with alcohol while she is away at Slut-Fest 4 Years, so the best course of action is for me to introduce her to alcohol while she is still home so she develops a healthy relationship with it, and not go crazy”

    “I know my little girl is going to have sex.. let me introduce her to ‘safe sex’ measures so she does not get pregnant”

    Etc etc. The lack of Mom’s introspection results in her becoming a gateway and enabler for poor life choices in the girl’s life.

    Novel idea: have mom live a life of example, in submission to her husband, and let the father do the disciplining. She sees herself in her mother, mom is honoring dad’s instructions, so will be lead to do the same, or at least be conflicted with the actions of her peers by contrast.


  40. theshadowedknight says:

    Ikr, I think you overestimate the level of conscious intent that goes into women’s “logic.” Women want descendants. How do women get descendents? Encouraging their horny daughters to drink and have sex. Everything else is rationalization towards the end of reproduction.

    Whenever women talk about their fertile age daughters, it is an advertisement to strong men. Just like whenever fertile age women talk or act it is an advertisement of themselves. Feminism is women demanding more access to top men. They didn’t demand to be allowed to join plumbers unions. They wanted to be let into men’s clubs, men’s colleges, and men’s corporations. In other words, where all the high status men were. Then they passed more and more laws to filter out the betas so only alphas would dare approach them.

    The most important lesson of the red pill is this: how does this action maximize the chances of the women arguing it having children or grandchildren from high-status men? That is the filter that allows you to see the meaning behind the apparent madness.


  41. Farm Boy says:

    Speaking of child raising

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  42. Farm Boy says:

    Twitter defends not blocking Iran leader’s tweets after blocking Trump’s

    Iran Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei’s tweets call for ‘elimination’ of Israel

    Liked by 1 person

  43. Farm Boy says:

    Krissah Thompson named The Washington Post’s first managing editor for diversity and inclusion

    So what exactly does she edit, and how does she edit it?


  44. Farm Boy says:

    So one of the accusations is that she supported LGBT etc. organizations, and another is that she made sure that the company’s ads were “inclusive,” i.e., included a ethnically and otherwise diverse group of models. This is seen as evidence as racism and homophobia (as it would be if she had done the opposite.)



    An RNA vaccine is an even more recent technology. It involves inserting a similar section of genome in the form of RNA directly into a target’s body, using their own cells to produce a piece of the pathogen for the immune system to recognise.

    If no significant problems are spotted in pre-clinical trials, this vaccine can then be tested on human volunteers for safety, and then again in a larger group to see if it’s effective.

    The whole process can take years and a large amount of resources, with no guarantee that it will succeed in managing an outbreak in a population.

    Why don’t we have a coronavirus vaccine yet?
    While there are vaccines for several types of coronavirus that typically infect livestock, such as porcine respiratory CoV, a vaccine for the more notorious strains that impact humans is yet to be developed.

    Research into a vaccine to prevent infections by the coronavirus SARS-CoV-1 commenced soon after the 2003 outbreak of severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS). In spite of repeated attempts over the years to develop a preventative treatment, no potential vaccine has been found to be both safe and effective in preliminary clinical trials.

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  46. Liz says:

    I read the latest corona vaccine trials resulting in what was described as a “robust immune response”. I’ll pass. Thanks.

    Liked by 5 people

  47. Farm Boy says:

    Court documents were unsealed in the Ghislaine Maxwell case Thursday, and revealed that a witness claims to have seen Bill Clinton on the infamous ‘pedo island’ along with Epstein, Maxwell and “two young girls”.

    Liked by 1 person

  48. Farm Boy says:

    Not One Player Kneels At NHL Games, Two Teams Show ‘Unity Supporting Equality’ During Anthem In Different Way


  49. Like

  50. I wouldn’t even say bumped. He brushes the guy as he passes, but you know, that’s capital offense disrespect, yo. #BLM #NOTHEYDONT

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  51. Farm Boy says:

    U.S.—Teachers who have been enjoying the extended time off due to COVID concerns are eager for it to continue. Desperate to avoid returning to the classroom in the fall while still getting paid for it, teachers have come together to launch an “Every Child Left Behind” movement.

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  52. Farm Boy says:


  53. Farm Boy says:

    Chapman University’s piece of Berlin Wall is vandalized – Orange County Register Leftists wish to bring back totalitarianism.

    — Michele Schiesser (@MicheleSchiesse) July 31, 2020


  54. Farm Boy says:

    [Cute pictures of me there are]

    Liked by 1 person

  55. Farm Boy says:

    ‘Constant’ Orgies, ‘Beautiful, Tall’ European Models: Accuser Describes Epstein’s Pedophile Island In Unsealed Docs


  56. Cheque d'Out says:

    Following the medical papers on what the virus does, it’s very well worth not catching*, I still have no interest in a new technology inoculation that keeps pumping out the nasty bits to provoke the immune system.

    If a permanent presence of antibodies was beneficial, wouldn’t the immune system do that?

    Might it be a bad idea because 5 years down the line you have 5/10 ongoing perma-inoculations going on…how do they interact?

    * it’s not a matter of no symptoms = no permanent(?) damage
    It’s not true that no kids incur no damage

    IMHO It’s worth not catching but it’s not worth some Frankenstein new technology vaccine either. I might consider an old technology vaccine…show me the testing.

    I wouldn’t recommend enforcing a mandatory vaccine. That’s a decent hill.

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  57. Cheque d'Out says:

    Have to say that I’m halfway through The Umbrella Academy series 2 and it’s fantastic.
    You’ll need to have watched series 1 first but wow!

    It took me a watch of series 1 to know what’s going on properly and a rewatch was enjoyable but series 2 follows along very well from series 1.

    The opening scene (in which the actions of the characters make sense after series 1. Slight spoiler about a related character)

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  58. Cheque d'Out says:

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  59. Farm Boy says:

    WASHINGTON, D.C.—President Trump, always desiring to be gracious and fair, suggested delaying the election yesterday until the Dems can find a candidate who can form complete, coherent sentences.

    Liked by 3 people

  60. Farm Boy says:

    MONROVIA, CA—Trader Joe’s is baffling business and finance experts with the bizarre decision to ignore angry people on the internet who probably don’t even shop there.

    Liked by 1 person

  61. b g says:

    LOL ;-D


  62. Cheque d'Out says:

    I got none.


  63. Cheque d'Out says:

    Umbrella Academy series 2 peaked too early. Still good but didn’t live up to its early promise

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  64. RichardP says:

    Try some theatre of the mind for the weekend. The title of this thread made me think of this.
    Probably an acquired taste.

    Look at little sister
    Shakin’ like a tree, rollin’ like a log
    Shakin’ and ‘a rollin’ now, that ain’t all …


  65. RichardP says:

    Or, if you prefer a nursery rhyme:

    Mary Had a Little Lamb


  66. h0neyc0mb says:

    ZERO here as well .. but .. then again .. I’m not a (itsallabout)me-lean-ee-ill.


  67. horsemanbombadil says:

    Should be required reading. Notice the old he refers to is anything 40+


  68. horsemanbombadil says:

    From the article.

    “A 35 year old woman will try to attract a 45 – 50 year old man. (10 to 15 year gap is standard for that age) If she is successful and they plan to have kids, it will take about 2 years with courtship and pregnancy, 2 years for the next sibling. That will put him at 49 – 54 with the younger kid, or 68 – 73 when they leave high school. What guy would want that? He would rather spend his old age in a Winnebago listening to Bon Jovi with Barf. ”

    I am 56. The kids have flown 4 years ago when I was 52.

    In those four years instead of having a baby with a 40 year old I just married, I have:

    Sold my farm I paid for over twenty plus years for over 150k in profit
    Downsized to a rented two bedroom cottage on 7 acres for half what my mortgage was and 0 taxes or maintenance
    Expanded my herd to five war horses
    Quit my government job to work for myself when I feel like it.
    Amassed over 600 oz of silver and 0 debt to anyone
    Bought cash a half acre of ocean front in the caribbean
    Cashed my pension to have 350k in investments
    Paid off both cars
    Currently banking 2k plus a month after rent and groceries.

    All because me, an average guy, married an average but good girl and had our kids before 31.

    Or I could be working 60 hours and changing diapers at 54.


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  69. theshadowedknight says:

    That is a good analysis of the general state of women. He refers to older women, but I can confirm that the behavior of young women he is describing is accurate, or possibly even sanitized. He seems to be a little bitter, which is strange having had a wife and family of his own, but perhaps he is merely being blunt. Its a hard road ahead for a lot of the girls I am going to school with.


  70. SFC Ton says:

    Mothers have no hope for their daughters.

    Not ture

    They have a different, more pirmal hope for their daughters

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  71. SFC Ton says:

    I’m 52 and still in child production mode

    Masculinity is about projecting power. And nothing projects a man’s power into the future like sons and cash

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  72. SFC Ton says:

    Bulletproof coffee is an intermittent fasting staple

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  73. theshadowedknight says:

    Thats what I meant, but you put it more succinctly. Mothers’ hopes for their daughters are that the daughters get knocked up. Thats the primal drive, whatever else they say.

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  74. SFC Ton says:

    Knocked up by alpha cock

    It’s been their best surrival strategy

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  75. Ame says:

    23h ago
    Mothers have no hope for their daughters. Many logic in the following manner:

    “I know my little girl is going to experiment with alcohol while she is away at Slut-Fest 4 Years, so the best course of action is for me to introduce her to alcohol while she is still home so she develops a healthy relationship with it, and not go crazy”

    “I know my little girl is going to have sex.. let me introduce her to ‘safe sex’ measures so she does not get pregnant”

    Etc etc. The lack of Mom’s introspection results in her becoming a gateway and enabler for poor life choices in the girl’s life.

    i’ve seen all that. very tragic.

    not only do they have no hope … but they don’t haven any standards, anything to reach towards.

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  76. Liz says:

    I got none.

    I got 15. Mochi should be on the list too. That’s getting popular (first had it in the ROK, it took a long while to catch on here)


  77. Liz says:

    Have a friend who drinks one kombucha a day. She had chronic sinus infections for years, but says she hasn’t had a single one since she started drinking the stuff. I have no reason to doubt it, though I’m not sure the mechanism of action (yeah gut flora is key yada yada….but I mean the specific mechanism of action).


  78. Liz says:

    My mom didn’t want me to get knocked up, she wanted to live vicariously through me with a great career she never had. She was very disappointed when I told her I was pregnant (after being married for six years).

    [Apparently grandkids were an issue not]

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  79. Farm Boy says:

    PORTLAND, OR—Sources indicate that a rioter, who had been given free rein by local authorities to do whatever he pleases on the streets of Portland for weeks, has been screaming at the top of his lungs for hours to get his message out that he believes we are all living in a fascistic nightmare.

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  80. Liz says:

    Going to Yellowstone/Grand Teton today for a family trip. No internet or even cell service out there. See ya all when I get back.

    [Live vicariously through the geysers you can
    Blow off steam you could ]

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  81. Farm Boy says:

    CDC Chief Agrees There’s ‘Perverse’ Economic ‘Incentive’ for Hospitals to Inflate Coronavirus Deaths

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  82. Farm Boy says:

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  83. Farm Boy says:

    Not likable like corporal Klinger


  84. Farm Boy says:

    Shittin’ in the street

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  85. horsemanbombadil says:

    I have no words.

    “Alberta Health Services suggests “masturbation in a private setting.” Toronto Public Health endorses “consensual sexting, virtual sex or video dating.” And the BC Centre for Disease Control proposes “barriers like walls (e.g., glory holes) that allow for sexual contact but prevent close face-to-face contact” – a startling recommendation from a provincial service that garnered international headlines and much teasing.”

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  86. Farm Boy says:

    Michigan Democratic Governor Gretchen Whitmer vetoed a Republican bill on Friday that would have kept coronavirus patients out of nursing homes and placed them in entirely separate facilities — an effort aimed at protecting those most vulnerable to developing serious complications from the coronavirus, which originated in China.


  87. Farm Boy says:

    Pro-life students were arrested for writing “Black Pre-born Lives Matter” outside a Washington DC Planned Parenthood with chalk.

    — Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) August 1, 2020


  88. Farm Boy says:

    Feel-good story of the day

    Shortly after midnight on Tuesday morning, videos captured the moment a makeshift bomb was thrown at the Portland federal courthouse during another night of violent protest. A Trump-loving, 69-year-old woman soon stepped forward to out the suspect publicly — as her own grandson.


  89. Farm Boy says:

    Through every game so far during the NBA’s restart at the Walt Disney World resort in Orlando, every player, coach, and referee has kneeled during the national anthem in support of Black Lives Matter. It has become the norm.

    Which is why the Magic’s Jonathan Isaac stood out — he did not wear a Black Lives Matter T-shirt for warmups Friday, then he stood for the national anthem. So far, he is the only player to do so

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  90. Farm Boy says:

    Through every game so far during the NBA’s restart at the Walt Disney World resort in Orlando, every player, coach, and referee has kneeled during the national anthem in support of Black Lives Matter. It has become the norm.

    Which is why the Magic’s Jonathan Isaac stood out — he did not wear a Black Lives Matter T-shirt for warmups Friday, then he stood for the national anthem. So far, he is the only player to do so

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  91. Farm Boy says:

    Instagram users attach “stickers” to label their story videos with humorous text, but even Instagram went too far on its own. It has removed the “MUTE WHITE PEOPLE” sticker after conservative journalists and Donald Trump Jr. torched the company on social media


  92. Farm Boy says:

    What Better Way to ‘Honor’ Christian George Floyd Than by Firing Up a Good Old-Fashioned Bible-Burning in Portland?


  93. Ame says:

    can’t ‘like’ that one, Larry 😦


  94. SFC Ton says:

    Pro-life students were arrested for writing “Black Pre-born Lives Matter” outside a Washington DC Planned Parenthood with chalk.

    Remind me why we should back the blue?

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  95. theshadowedknight says:

    When Trump’s men gave the Portland police orders, they disobeyed the mayor to cooperate with Trump’s men. If you allow them to be replaced, their replacements will not be sympathetic. We back the police for the same reason we back scum the world over: we are going to use them to our advantage.

    Do I need police? No. Do I like police? Fuck no. Will I use police if it helps me win? In a heartbeat. The police help radicalize the right against the blue state regimes, so that come November we can institute regime change.


  96. theshadowedknight says:

    When Trump’s men gave the Portland police orders, they disobeyed the mayor to cooperate with Trump’s men. If you allow them to be replaced, their replacements will not be sympathetic. We back the police for the same reason we back scum the world over: we are going to use them to our advantage.

    Do I need police? No. Do I like police? Fuck no. Will I use police if it helps me win? In a heartbeat. The police help radicalize the right against the blue state regimes, so that come November we can institute regime change.


  97. h0neyc0mb says:

    Thanks for sharing!

    They are in full rebellion of GOD. Let the world see it.


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