So Sad They Are


Feminists and SJW types in general seem to be such unhappy people. I always wonder why somebody would want to be one for that very reason. Why go through life like that?

So why are they so unhappy? As always, there is probably a good bit to it. Perhaps it starts with the fact that the world does not conform to how they feel it should be. This undoubtedly is a source of endless frustration. “How could their superior vision of the world never happen”? Probably because their views don’t take into account human nature. Christianity’s view does, but that is for a another post.

Then there is the lack of introspection. It makes for rather easy pickings when it comes to pointing out their silliness. That is why shutting down the other side from speaking is so important.

But perhaps it can be summed up by the idea of “let me work on the things I can change, and live with the things I can’t”. For those that understand this, life is more content. For those that don’t, life can be misery.

Exit Question — Do people enjoy being miserable?

Posted in FarmBoy, Feminism, Politics
197 comments on “So Sad They Are
  1. okrahead says:

    They are unhappy because thy live their disordered lives in contravention of natural law. Ever seeking immediate gratification for every desire, however base or perverse, they demand that the world around them conform to the lies which they espouse. Women can never be the same as men, there are only two sexes, homosexuality is contrary to nature, and pedophiles ought to be dropped into the ocean with large rocks tied to their necks. The fact that these are all immutable truths, which can never and thus will never change, is a constant rebuke to the degeneracy of the feminist and the SJW.
    As to whether they enjoy being miserable… Pigs enjoy wallowing in mire. The greater problem is that those who are miserable do indeed enjoy forcing other to join them in their misery, and they spread like a virus. A pandemic of the pathetic, if you will, and there is a solution to such far more effective than a mask.

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  2. okrahead says:

    A slight correction to a comment I made on the previous thread… If the President wins all the states where Trafalgar showed him leading prior to the release of the Hunter Biden laptop he will have 274 electoral votes, not 275. I was remiss in including ME2 in the previous total.

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  3. okrahead says:

    There has been some discussion of dealing with BLM/Antifa on the previous thread. I highly recommend the works of Rory Miller, specifically “Meditations on Violence” and “Facing Violence”. Pay special attention to the sections dealing with the “Group Monkey Dance” and be aware this is the situation you are facing with Black Bloc rioters. As an added bonus Miller is from the area where this is going on right now, so his insights are extremely valuable. Also, he’s really good at judo.

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  4. Sharkly says:

    Feminists and SJW types in general seem to be such unhappy people. … Do people enjoy being miserable?

    Farm Boy, as you point out, they suffer from a lack of critical introspection. They don’t want to be miserable, but they do want to blame somebody else for their misery, they want to be a victim. A victim of the patriarchy, of a vast right-wing conspiracy, of misogyny, of sexism, racism, ageism, and every other “ism” they can come up with. All of that then gives them “legitimate” grievance and allows them license to wallow stuck in their self pity. At the most basic level it grants them exemption from responsibility for their lack of living productive lives that benefit others, and gives them license to live selfish lives of “victimhood”, only caring for themselves and self-soothing with their constant blaming and other coping behaviors which do nothing to fix their real problems or society’s real problems.

    It is too unpleasant for them to take the difficult mental step of figuring out that all people have a fallen selfish sinful nature, to realize that their is no utopia possible among fallen humans, without God ruling the fallen with a rod of iron, to realize that what they and all people need is, to be controlled by God, and not to be freed from this or that sin of others, but to be freed from their own selfishness and self centered focus on the wrongs of imagined enemies that allow them to fuel their discontentment with the lot that God has given them in this life. They need to be faithful in what little has been entrusted to them! Or God will say of the wastrel:
    Matthew 25:30 And cast ye the unprofitable servant into outer darkness: there shall be weeping and gnashing of teeth.
    Matthew 25:14-46 Tells of them on the left who say, “I was afraid, and went and hid thy talent in the earth”. They waste their lives to their own damnation.
    Matthew 25:44 Then shall they also answer Him, saying, Lord, when saw we thee an hungred, or athirst, or a stranger, or naked, or sick, or in prison, and did not minister unto thee? 45 Then shall He answer them, saying, Verily I say unto you, Inasmuch as ye did it not to one of the least of these, ye did it not to Me. 46 And these shall go away into everlasting punishment: but the righteous into life eternal.

    While they are griping in their own unrighteous discontentment with God’s allotment to them, they fail to do what they should be doing to help out those who are even far less fortunate than they. They are without valid excuse! Why do you fail to help those who are worse off than yourself, as you certainly could, if you think your own lot is so awful that you wish for help for yourself?

    While, to the foolish, everybody appears to be acting similar, a few are trying to get folks to follow God’s righteous ways to everyone’s benefit, while most are trying to get freedom from God’s ways which will never bring the peace they imagine, but will only bring recompense and judgement down on the people of this earth.

    They scream about racism and multiculturalism before the face of God who created the different races for His glory, and as an example, God separated them again when they united defiantly at the tower of babel. While some folks may exhibit hatred based solely on race, the answer is not to try to undo the work of God! Why make a societal mountain out of a personal molehill?

    They scream about sexism and misogyny before the face of God who created the two different sexes, with the men bearing God’s own image and glory,(1 Corinthians 11:7) and the women created to serve and reverence the image of God, and be a glory to men. While some foolish men and women may refuse their roles, the answer is not to erase God’s righteous roles for everybody, just to suit the belligerence of the ignorant. Why bring this chaos where God has shared with us His holy patriarchal order?

    Etcetera, Etcetera, & Etc.

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  5. SFC Ton says:

    Do people enjoy being miserable?

    Yup. Fuck half the population on this earth is women and women love to be unhappy. SJW’s are frequently women and frequently have mental health issues so yeah they dig that shit. Gives them a sense of power and purpose sense feminism took away their real power and purpose

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  6. SFC Ton says:

    I’ll have to check that out

    Antifa is well orginzed but semi locally it’s an election time and the fucking cops are finally earning their pay on that front.

    I haven’t been out in the streets much becuase frankly antifa has already pulled down the statues where here they can.

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  7. Cheque d'Out says:

    I think that being unhappy is a consequence of believing stupid shit over obvious reality. Your life becomes an endless sequence of having your pretty lies laughed at. As women are more prone to this delusional state, they get more depression, I reckon. Especially as they pass through the wall and become invisible to men (so a bunch of simps stop propping up her delusions).

    Also depression = drama and chicks love drama.

    Also depression -> alcohol abuse + anti-depressants -> victim of addiction = drama

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  8. Sharkly says:

    Speaking of things that make us unhappy:

    Remember when “Europe” wasn’t some globalist union taking away your national sovereignty and foisting middle eastern jihadist “refugees” on your country’s public dole?

    Remember when “Europe” was just a fun Swedish hair-band with well engineered tunes?
    The eighty’s were definitely better. Let’s put some hair back in the air! Here are a couple of Europe’s less well known tunes, but far better than most of today’s programmed noise.

    As best I can tell, the modern world peaked two weeks after the moon landing when I was born. 😉

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  9. Sharkly says:

    Must’ve been a legendary band to have a 27 nation union named after them. Epic!

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  10. SFC Ton says:

    I think its built into the nature of things

    You are “conservative”/ middle of the road type …… what ever the fuck that means these days…..becuase you are happy enough with how things are

    You are whatever other poltical orientation becuase you are not.

    Myself included. I am neither conservative or middle of the road becuase I think bad shit is in-store for kids and grandkids.

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  11. Women love role-playing, and the victim role comes with quite a few perks. Gets lots of attention and resources. Get’s a major bonus to several player stats. Basically puts the game into easy mode for them as long as no one else is a bigger “victim”.

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  12. Good movie, even though the male and female leads are kind of lame.

    Of course if you don’t want to wait for the aliens to destroy your world, just give women the vote.

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  13. Sharkly says:

    I dare you to say “Free Fly Rod” five times, as fast as you can.

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  14. Sharkly says:

    Do people enjoy being miserable?
    This blond chick sure likes croaking on about it:

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  15. Sharkly says:

    If the poor girl doesn’t get help, she’s going to have a total eclipse of the heart, but perhaps she is holding out for a hero.

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  16. SFC Ton says:

    Becuase I am an asshole and I know some of y’all are struggling…….

    I found 200’ish rounds of 9mm, an XD and a spare mag for that XD while detailing one of my older bikes.

    Sometimes it’s better to be lucky then good 😉

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  17. Auntie Fa documentary they keep trying to banish do of course sharing! Watch before it’s gone. https://twitter.com/rickmanning/status/1322907954119692288

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  18. i found a puddle of oil under my bike … 😦

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  19. Liz says:

    i found a puddle of oil under my bike

    Aw. This is boo. 😦

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  20. Damn, I remember Bonnie Tyler being better looking than that back then.

    I must have been thinking of Debbie Harry.

    ‘Course I do that a lot. Think of Debbie Harry. Back then. Mmmmmmm.

    Think I’d like to try her with some miracle noodles.

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  21. Liz says:

    Some people do enjoy being miserable. Do it too often and it becomes a habit, just like everything else.

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  22. Farm Boy says:

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  23. Farm Boy says:

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  24. Farm Boy says:

    It didn’t take much for investigators to crack Hunter Biden’s infamous abandoned laptop, according to a report, because the password was “Hunter02.”

    https://nypost.com/2020/11/01/hunter-biden-was-bad-at-setting-password-on-infamous-laptop-report/

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  25. Liz says:

    Okay, since KH brought it up….
    Miracle noodles: Just had some fettuccini in a pan. Can of tuna, salt and pepper.
    It was so good. Sometimes I crack an egg and mix it all up (kind of like this hot stone bibimbap I used to eat in Korea, except with noodles instead of rice).
    Best of all, it fills you up without feeling sluggish like real noodles would.

    [/Liz’s shameless miracle noodles plug.]

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  26. Cheque d'Out says:


    Well…not me exactly

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  27. SFC Ton says:

    LOL all the time when I had built motors

    Now I have mostly stock and newer rides.

    Much less problems

    Was it anything serious?

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  28. Cheque d'Out says:

    By coincidence, I just watched Payback again recently. I love that film. Even if anglophobe Mel has multiple convictions for first degree kangaroo worrying.

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  29. SFC Ton says:

    LOL we all know I’m not into movies but Space Balls was the titts

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  30. Sumo says:

    I first saw that movie at the tender age of 12 (anyone remember BetaMax?), and I’m not exaggerating (for once) when I say that Spaceballs is responsible for a good portion of my twisted sense of humour.

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  31. Farm Boy says:

    Alyssa Milano Dresses As RBG For Halloween, Misspells Name. Deletes And Reposts. Misspells Name Again. Deletes

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/so-close-alyssa-milano-dresses-as-rbg-for-halloween-misspells-name-deletes-and-reposts-misspells-name-again-deletes

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  32. Farm Boy says:

    Well, you know the English establishment types have always had it in for Mel Gibson. Just look at Braveheart, Gallipoli, Pocahontas, The Bounty, and The Patriot,

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  33. Ame says:

    Link to miracle noodles?

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  34. Well, the oil actually showed up on top of the crank case. There is some oil on the fuel lines and the outward facing sides of the carbs.

    She’s gonna be 50 come January, might be time for a tune-up.

    Here’s her prettier sister.

    But, my girl has the factory spec knobby tires.

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  35. Maria Bello was damn sexy in that movie.

    Great gag with everybody scoffing that he just wants the not-so-shocking amount he was due from the original job.

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  36. Farm Boy says:

    San Francisco Accepts New York’s Challenge And Continues To Push The Envelope Of “Peak Stupid.”

    New York’s spectacularly stupid decision to severely restrict cash bail for many crimes seemed to be the gold standard of idiotic legislation

    http://ace.mu.nu/archives/391078.php

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  37. Liz says:

    These are the ones I got, Ame.

    You have to drain the liquid and rinse them first, then add to the pan. 🙂
    They aren’t cheap, but surprisingly good for no carb, no calorie, no gluten food.

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  38. Liz says:

    Here’s another type with a different name. You might just want to peruse the types.
    I haven’t tried this but it looks the same:

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  39. Farm Boy says:

    Merchants and other storefronts across the country are boarding up windows in anticipation of a highly polarized Election Day, according to reports.

    Reports of businesses taking action have emerged in Boston, Washington DC, St. Louis, San Francisco and other large cities.

    In the Los Angeles area, the city of Beverly Hills has already declared its Rodeo Drive shopping area will be on lockdown for two days starting on Election Day. Reports from various sources say merchants on Sunset Boulevard and La Brea Avenue are also preparing their businesses in anticipation of trouble.

    None of those cities are known for their thriving right-wing militia communities. All are, however, familiar with Black Lives Matter and antifa “peaceful” protests

    https://pjmedia.com/election/stephen-kruiser/2020/10/30/democrat-run-hellholes-prepping-for-election-night-violence-because-of-course-n1108222

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  40. Farm Boy says:

    Who cares about Miracle Noodles? Biden is correct. We need Badacavcare. Now!!

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  41. Gunner Q says:

    “Exit Question — Do people enjoy being miserable?”

    Parasites are miserable because they don’t have control over their lives. They endlessly worry about when their next meal is coming and how big it will be. The ability to hunt your own food, whatever that looks like in your personal context, is the first step towards mental stability. “I can make more money if I need it. I can fix that if it breaks. I could ride my bicycle instead of my car if I really had to.”

    I think that’s how a lot of women go borderline-psycho. They stop trusting that hubby will care for them and start looting him just to reassure herself that she CAN loot him if she needs to. Resisting that impulse takes effort. Not resisting it… makes people miserable.

    And it’s not only women. I just described every male who allows himself to accept the welfare ticket, too. They sit around all day because they aren’t productive with nothing to talk about except how they’ll spend that next check. Or sportsball, I guess. I never saw a Section 8 unit that wasn’t wired for cable/satellite.

    Having control over your life is essential for happiness. That’s a big reason why the lockdowns are causing despair and depression, because people feel (correctly) that they aren’t in control of their own lives anymore.

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  42. See “learned helplessness”.

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  43. It’s reassuring that those are “plant based noodles”, unlike say, uh, hmmm… soylent noodles?

    Would be great if the bag said, “not for fettuccini alfredo, use real noodles, trust us”.

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  44. Farm Boy says:

    I think that being unhappy is a consequence of believing stupid shit over obvious reality

    Thus the intense hatred of Trump. He does really spew out reality compared to other politicians

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  45. Farm Boy says:

    The FBI is reportedly investigating a “Trump Train” incident in which dozens of supporters of President Trump driving pickup trucks in Texas surrounded a Biden campaign bus on an interstate expressway

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/fbi-investigating-trump-train-that-surrounded-biden-bus-in-texas-report-says

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  46. Farm Boy says:

    But what’s worse is the content of the speech itself. Lie after lie (doom-laden stuff about COVID and Trump, Trump called the military “losers”, Biden won’t ban fracking although he said many times that he would, Trump hasn’t delivered on any of his promises though he has) and simplistic and formulaic solutions delivered in a shouting monotone for the most part. For someone who bills himself as the nice guy in the race, this speech has a harsh animus.

    https://legalinsurrection.com/2020/11/bidens-verbal-ticks-flubs-and-underlying-anger/

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  47. Farm Boy says:

    This neglect by corporate media represents an abdication of fundamental journalistic values of detachment, and impartiality. A defining ethos of American journalism that emerged during the second half of the Twentieth Century emphasized even-handed treatment of the news and an avoidance of overt, blatant partisanship.

    Rank-and-file journalists tended to regard politicians of both major parties with a mixture of suspicion and mild contempt. It was a kind of “fie on both houses” attitude. Running interference for a politician was considered more than a little unsavory.

    Not so much anymore. Not in American corporate media, where an overt partisanship has become not only acceptable but unmistakable.

    https://mediamythalert.com/2020/10/31/the-shame-of-the-press/

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  48. Ame says:

    Cheque d’Out says:
    1 November, 2020 at 9:39 am
    I think that being unhappy is a consequence of believing stupid shit over obvious reality. Your life becomes an endless sequence of having your pretty lies laughed at. As women are more prone to this delusional state, they get more depression, I reckon.

    Spawny – “I reckon” is something we’d say and hear over here in The Great State of Texas! 🙂 🙂 🙂

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  49. Ame says:

    Sharkly says:
    1 November, 2020 at 11:31 am
    Let’s put some hair back in the air!

    Sharkly – so, was that what your 80’s hair looked like in those videos?! Did you toss it like that to up your sex appeal?!!! 🙂

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  50. Ame says:

    SFC Ton says:
    1 November, 2020 at 12:44 pm
    I am neither conservative or middle of the road becuase I think bad shit is in-store for kids and grandkids.

    Ton – i wonder if this is how we begin to think mid-life. seems that everyone i know that gets to be a certain age begins to think this way. is it more true than it’s ever been in the history of mankind? hummm …

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  51. Farm Boy says:

    “Reckon” I think is mostly a Scots-Irish thing. This would be Ton’s people. It seems that the English say it also. Perhaps the Glorious Patriarch will weigh in

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  52. Farm Boy says:

    I think that being unhappy is a consequence of believing stupid shit over obvious reality

    Thus the intense hatred of Trump. He does really spew out reality compared to other politicians

    They probably get tired continually putting their fingers in the dike.

    Hillary would be a good example

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  53. Ame says:

    thanks for the links, Liz … i’ll research those ingredients 🙂

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  54. SFC Ton says:

    LOL time for new seals and she’s earned them

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  55. SFC Ton says:

    LOL my parents went the betamx route

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  56. SFC Ton says:

    Could be darling

    I’m an old school old testament sort so the grandkids grandkids line has always stuck with me

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  57. Ame says:

    i think we’ve lost that connection with our lineage. i’ve wondered what the heck my ancestors were thinking b/c i sure don’t think they were thinking about me. still, i feel a powerful connection to the past and the future, and i’ve been praying for my future descendants since before i had kids.

    i love how you care for your family, kids, grandkids, parents, extended, etc. i have great respect for that.

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  60. Ame says:

    this young (early 20’s) kid in our extended family has done some really stupid stuff. he was over the other day, and he asked me, “Do you ever feel like a spoiled child? I feel like a spoiled child.” i just looked at him and said no, then gave him a brief 1 min overview of my life. he just looked at me.

    so i then had to ask my daughters if they ever feel like spoiled children, and to my great delight they both said absolutely not … or such in so many words … like, “You’d kick my butt, Mom!”

    we had a young guy mowing our yard this year. at the end of the season with just one mow left, he delayed it a week, then he texted that he’d taken a winter job and wouldn’t be able to come by for that one, last mow. so i texted back that he had committed to doing this job, and he flat out said he wasn’t coming back and we’d have to get someone else.

    i don’t understand this. young men who feel like spoiled children and who act like it. my Aspie-Girl said, “That’s because you weren’t their Mom, Mom!” idk, but it’s discouraging and disappointing. the few that are willing to rise up above these will easily stand out. reminded me of that pic FB posted of a 27 year old young man in the 40’s and a 27 year old young man now – can’t even compare them.

    too bad we can’t send ’em all to Camp Ton, without their Mama’s or phones and no escape plan. make some real men outa these kids.

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  61. theshadowedknight says:

    Ame, a lot of this is that there is no reward for hard work. No penalty for doing a poor job, either. Hard work and a good job doesn’t get you a wife and a family anymore. There are no more lifetime careers for good workers.

    I spent years playing janitor because it was easy enough and I didn’t have anything better to do. There was no wife I needed to take care of, and no children whose future I needed to secure. Just a bachelor’s lifestyle to maintain, which is pretty cheap. No incentive to do better, and not much chance of that changing. When being responsible doesn’t get you anything but a kick to the ribs, give irresponsibility a chance.

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  62. Ame says:

    I can see that, but is there no integrity anymore? Does a man’s word not mean anything anymore?

    Oh, and the mower said he couldn’t come on the weekend because he was looking at wedding venues, so it sounded like he was being controlled by the chick.

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  63. theshadowedknight says:

    No, a man’s word means nothing. Do unto others before they get the chance to do unto you. That is the lesson men have been taught. For generations.

    What is the biggest lie told to men? “I do.” Do you think the sons who saw reality of that really believe that their word is their bond?

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  64. b g says:

    Ame

    The vast majority of divorces are made by women, so do not talk about a man’s word. We all heard the vows made by both grooms and brides, so who exactly has broken their word. I understand your personal experience, but fortunately fortunately that is unusual. While, we can never fully understand family problems, I only see a few divorces that were justified…particularly if children were involved. Those kids look like refugees facing PTSD.

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  65. Cill says:

    The vast majority of divorces are made by women

    70%

    The marriage industry feeds the divorce industry. Don’t marry.

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  66. Ame says:

    I’m sorry, Men; I didn’t mean to offend you 😥

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  67. Sharkly says:

    Does a man’s word not mean anything anymore?

    As it always has, it depends on the particular man.

    Psalm 15 describes the “citizen of Zion”.
    Lord, who shall abide in thy tabernacle? who shall dwell in thy holy hill?

    Psalm 15:4(KJV) [The man] In whose eyes a vile person is contemned; but he honoureth them that fear the Lord. He that sweareth to his own hurt, and changeth not.
    Psalm 15:4(NASB) A despicable person is despised in his eyes, But he honors those who fear the Lord; He takes an oath to his own detriment, and does not change;
    Psalm 15:4(TLB paraphrase) [He] speaks out against sin, criticizes those committing it, commends the faithful followers of the Lord, keeps a promise even if it ruins him,

    If less men seem to be keeping their word, that is because less are currently headed into God’s kingdom. However, as mentioned by others, most women and their word are a complete joke. I don’t even ask women to give me their word on something, like I might with a man. I was even that way when I was still blue pilled. What would be the point of getting a woman’s word? LOL Women can irrationalize their way out of any commitment.

    Por ejemplo: Most other men would have wisely bailed out of their marriage covenant when their wife voided her end of it, like mine did within the first two weeks on our honeymoon. I have paid an excruciating cost, and you could say that I have “been ruined” by it. However even to this day I am still trying to get her to do right, and to reconcile with her. I am still entirely one-sidedly holding up my end of a covenant that she never honored. She was never mine to have and to hold, she did not honor & obey, or forsake any others for me, she did not stick around when things got worse and we got poorer, partly brought on by her own slander.
    I’m not going to type out all the crap I’ve been through to try to be loyal to a godless unrepentant churchian whore, but rest assured my suffering is far from over, regarding it, but I have counted the cost, and for my Lord, I am willing to pay it. Even if we were divorced tomorrow, I’d still suffer the injustices of that divorce for the rest of my life, as my sons would also.

    So, Ame, when you’re griping about a man’s word, just remember that you’re dealing with a “young (early 20’s) kid”, a boy. There are men out there who still keep their word at great personal cost. Now these men aren’t lauded by our press, like men of virtue once were. We’ve got actors and athletes to adore now. If Donald Trump had walked six miles to return a three-cent overcharge to a customer, the press would mock him for it. Whereas such stories of virtue helped to get “Honest Abe” Lincoln elected as our 16th president. Times have changed. Women rule now. If women valued men’s honesty, men would strive to show honesty. But honest men like Jason are disdained by women, while they will do the splits trying to get Chad to pump them full of his seed, even though they know Chad is lying to them. Women need to change their ways, if they want men to care about what they think. Apparently lawn-boy doesn’t give a fook what you think about his word. Womankind has forfeit their moral standing to lecture men. And if men are godly, they’ll listen to God and not women anyway. I’m not saying that lawn-boy shouldn’t care about the value of his word, but he certainly shouldn’t care because you’re complaining about it, he should care based upon himself and God.

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  68. SFC Ton says:

    Didn’t offend me and folks show know you better then that

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  69. Cheque d'Out says:

    Using ‘reckon’ feels natural to me and to those that I use it with IRL. FTR.

    I hear that I have some Scottish roots from way back but I can’t see that as being a factor in this. (Sutherland – way up atop the mainland)

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  70. Farm Boy says:

    What is their shared interest?
    These sources are all selectively liberal in their reporting. I say selectively because not only do they refuse to publish matters of interest to conservatives, but they also do not report liberal stories that might undermine public opinion of liberal causes. In essence, they fail to report anything that casts their pet purposes in a negative light, and anything they don’t like, or disagree with

    https://sigmaframe.wordpress.com/2020/11/02/the-elephant-in-the-room-is-the-canary-in-the-coalmine/

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  71. Sharkly says:

    Womankind has forfeit their moral standing to lecture men.

    I might clarify, that I don’t ever think it was God’s intention for women to try to teach grown men the ways of God. Not that women should teach evil instead, or not use their lawful influence to push for righteousness and virtue. Just that they should keep silent when people congregate to be taught about that sort of thing, so that people can be taught by men as God intended. Mothers are to teach their sons God’s ways, but after the boy becomes a man, it is no longer appropriate for his mother to command him, or for the young man to permit her to order him around. While we all can voice our objection to evil, and even hypocrites are right to object to evil, hypocrites have forfeit their moral standing to lecture others about it. My point was not in contradiction to my belief that women should not usurp over men, but in addition to it. That not only are women not to usurp over men by presuming to teach men about God the Father and Son, whom men are created to image, but that, even if women were suddenly empowered by God to become the moral scolds of men, they would, as a group, surely be descending to the rankest of hypocrisy by abandoning their justified shamefacedness, as ones cursed by God for their defiling ways, to then presume to lecture men who were drug into sin by womankind at the outset of creation, and ever since then. If you have eyes to see through the Feminist woman-worship you can see that women are still the defilers of men.(Revelation 14:4)
    I guess my point is, that even though women have no legal standing in God’s kingdom to lecture men, they, as a group, also have no moral standing to lecture men, Eve blew that, and every succeeding generation of women has proved it wasn’t a fluke, but a pattern.

    I’m not saying anything about you personally, Ame, other than you are a woman according to God’s providence, and bound to these same stipulations. Perhaps you are a woman of great moral perseverance compared to other women and even compared to many men, however, while you personally may retain more moral standing than most women, you still lack the legal standing to lecture the image of God on how to best rule over you and your kind, and how to live their lives generally. Men, however, are commanded to rule over womankind, and it is our duty to tell women how to behave, even though we aren’t women. Men, like Adam, understand enough, by conscience, to generally tell women right from wrong. Whereas women, like Eve, are to readily beguiled by Satan to guide men.

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  72. Farm Boy says:

    Hunter E-Mails Request ‘Formal Meetings With Dad’ To Secure Billion-Dollar Deals

    https://thenationalpulse.com/politics/biden-biz-partner-leverages-joe/

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  73. Ironhorse says:

    K.H,

    That bike reminded me of the Honda 50 we had when I about 11 years old. My brother and I rode that thing everywhere.

    [I fixed the image here -Cill]

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  74. Liz says:

    Ame, if you pay someone to do a job and they skip out on you that is wrong. They cheated you and they should finish the job.

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  75. Cill says:

    It is Tuesday the third day of November in the year of our Lord Two Thousand and Twenty… down under. The US of A will waken up to this fact soon. Very soon. 😉

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  76. Beautiful. I’ve seen those being offered (and sold) for many thousands of dollars at auction.

    I’d go as high as $2k myself for one in good condition, but I’d be very lucky to get such as deal.

    I’m extremely fond of this era of bikes, of all shapes and sizes.

    Here’s a ’62 being offered at $4200:

    https://www.ebay.com/i/174317109234

    [Hey KH I altered this one as well to remove all the tracking -Cill]

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  77. Cill says:

    There are Honda 50s still on the road here. I know a farmer who has one on his farm. His kids go puttering up and down the paddocks on it. Not bad for 50cc

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  78. Cill says:

    Would 50cc be the smallest internal combustion engine in America? Even their lawn mowers have bigger mills than that. 😉 Crikey, my own Toyota has a bigger mill than that

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  79. theshadowedknight says:

    There is no offense taken. It is simply the way things are.

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  80. Cheque d'Out says:

    Ton’s shaver has more CCs than that. I imagine.

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  81. Cill says:

    Do cut-throat razors have CCs? No reason why not, I guess. In the right hands…

    It could be quite a stroppy machine, stropped-up.

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  82. Cheque d'Out says:

    On MGTOW TV
    Entitled (44 y.o.) Woman Complains Men only want to chill out and hang lol
    [video src="https://mgtowtv.themetwally.com/upload/videos/2020/10/uxO6fGDcfmE_31_90fe29394a4e519124a38c270b683d8c_video_360p_converted.mp4" /]
    https://www.mgtow.tv/watch/entitled-woman-complains-men-only-want-to-chill-out-and-hang-lol_RrQwyffoDS5gvc9.html
    She really isn’t happy that she can’t get a date…women need to fix this.

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  83. Cheque d'Out says:

    cut-throat…hmmm…didn’t think of that. That does seem likely. Assuming that he doesn’t just use a knife.

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  84. Cill says:

    I’m going out to my shed right now (3:59 am here) to make a 50 cc cut-throat razor

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  85. Cheque d'Out says:

    https://www.mgtow.tv/watch/strong-independent-black-woman-bamboozled_h1EARohibTfzJL1.html
    More from the cray-cray world of women.
    ‘String Independent Woman’ is:
    1) becoming a joke
    2) getting in the way of claiming victimhood
    3) becoming meaningless
    4) a stigma (manly, bossy and controlling)

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  86. Cheque d'Out says:

    Some might assume that you’re joking. Round here? We know you better

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  87. Cill says:

    OK I have designed the 50 cc razor. It might have to be more than 50 cc though. I’ve had a high-lift BRE Z camshaft in my shed for years, wondering what to do with it…

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  88. Ame says:

    Thank you, Ton.
    Humbled.
    💖

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  89. Ironhorse says:

    There was a construction area near where I grew up that had a very large mound of dirt with a flat area on top. I’m going to guess it was about 15 feet high.

    Every weekend there would be kids on mini bikes and motorcycles riding up and down this mound of dirt. I was a pretty skinny kid and didn’t weigh much. I could get up enough speed on the Honda 50 to actually get airborne when I crested the top of the mound of dirt.

    Tremendous excitement for an 11-year-old back in 1970.

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  90. I think the deal here is you don’t have to license bikes with less than a 50cc engine, at least ’round these parts, so a “49” cc displacement is a fun, cheaper way to get around for some.

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  91. He uses a Chuck Norris technique with the edge of his palm.

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  92. Ame says:

    Liz, I hadn’t paid him, yet. I would tape his cash in an envelope to the front door on the days he’d come. He missed his regular day. Texted me when he would make that up – the day and time. Didn’t show. Didn’t hear from him for a few days, so I checked in. Wasn’t pushy – was glad to hear he didn’t miss because of something like a death or illness, but was disappointed he blew it off and said he’d taken a winter job Monday through Friday so would not be back. I told him weekends were fine, and that’s when he said he was looking for wedding venues and would not come back.

    To me, that’s bad business.

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  93. Construction sites + kids + dirt bikes go together like beer + pretzels + beer.

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  94. My workplace has been pushing to “get out the vote” something fierce for the last month. Now, since healthcare is close to 80% female I do not think this is a good thing.

    Got my benefits enrollment folder last week. Picture of interracial couple with mocha kid on cover.

    So as I was saying…

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  95. Cill says:

    If I select the right blade I’ll be able to cut steel with my razor. The camshaft is for a straight 6 and I don’t have a block for that so I’ll power it externally with a Pontiac V8. Why not just use the Pontaic direct, you may ask? Because I’m determined to use the fancy BRE camshaft is why. It’s a thing of beauty.

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  96. Liz says:

    I agree Ame. It’s important to be dependable. Mike has lectured the boys many times on doing what you say you’re going to do. Breaking promises (even if only to yourself) is a bad habit, and bad business.

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  97. Liz says:

    I have to wonder. Are these people so smug and arrogant they publish their intentions for all the world to see. Or is this some foreign attempt to promote chaos?

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  98. Farm Boy says:

    [“Crossfire Hurricane” the spying on the Trump campaign it was]

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  99. Cill says:

    I think dependability and honesty are closely related. My friends have those qualities or they wouldn’t be friends. My dad and my godfather (my woman’s father) are the most dependable people I know. I would trust either of them with my life.

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  100. Farm Boy says:

    That the MSM is talking about violence — even the threat of it — at all is amazing. These are the people who’ve spent months telling us that smashed windows and burning buildings were happening amid “mostly peaceful” protests. Heck, Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-N.Y.) insisted that antifa was a “myth,” which no doubt irritated all of the antifa thugs who have put so much effort into looting and bullying whenever they outnumber their targets.

    I happened upon this tweet from Wolf Blitzer on Sunday and was immediately embarrassed for him:

    “I never thought I would see so many buildings here in the nation’s capital boarded-up on the eve of a presidential election in anticipation of possible unrest. And it’s not just in DC. It’s happening in New York, Los Angeles and elsewhere around the country. So sad!”

    — Wolf Blitzer (@wolfblitzer) November 1, 2020

    https://pjmedia.com/columns/stephen-kruiser/2020/11/02/the-morning-briefing-enemy-of-the-people-msm-suddenly-worried-about-violence-it-spent-6-months-ignoring-n1112003

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  101. Cheque d'Out says:

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  102. Sadly, we can rule out 007 being responsible.

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  103. Farm Boy says:

    The White House is taking no chances for Election Day as crews will begin constructing a ‘non-scalable’ fence to secure the Executive Mansion, the Ellipse, and Lafayette Square, it has been reported.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8904169/Fortress-White-House-Crews-begin-building-non-scalable-fence-complex.html

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  104. Some people might say it another way.

    I reckon.

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  105. Farm Boy says:

    Stevie Wonder: I Know Joe Biden Will ‘Give Us Reparations’

    https://www.air.tv/watch?v=-SZs4g6AQNuybMQrvhaqDg

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  106. Ame says:

    “Vladimir Marugov and his partner were in an outdoor sauna cabin when they were attacked, reportedly by two masked assailants.

    The woman managed to escape through the window and call the police”

    Sounds a little fishy that a woman escaped two male assailants.

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  107. Ame says:

    I love, “I reckon.” Guess it sounds masculine and earthy, like a tried and true cowboy commenting, “I reckon.”

    😁

    [Jed Clampett used “reckon” much he did]

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  108. Ame says:

    Thank you, Spawny.
    Humbled.
    💖

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  109. Farm Boy says:

    “Here’s an idea, let’s bring back racial discrimination!” –California

    https://notthebee.com/article/heres-an-idea-lets-bring-back-racial-discrimination

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  110. Liz says:

    My Dad was dependable too, Cill.
    He was the most honest person I’ve ever known. Sometimes his honesty was cruel, but he always told the truth. And if he said he’d do something, you could bet your life he would.

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  111. Liz says:

    Mom on the other hand….

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  112. She wasn’t the target. Possibly an accomplice, but probably not.

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  113. Ame says:

    Ahhh, okay. So they didn’t care about her. Makes sense now.

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  114. Apparently Buddy Ebsen was the first pick to play the Tin Man in The wizard of Ox, but his skin had a terrible reaction to the makeup so he had to drop out.

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  115. Here’s another older bike I’d at least like to ride once.

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  116. Ame says:

    Both my parents are chronic liars. So are my brother and one of my sisters. After my first Husband left, I told our girls, no more lies. They’ve been free to always tell me the truth, but to be respectful about it.

    You’d think coming out of all that that I’d assume everyone’s a liar, but I tend to be naive and assume that people are telling the truth. I’m one of those who usually trusts you till you give me a reason not to.

    My now Husband will tell me the truth … he’s not the guy to ask if something looks good on you if you don’t want the truth 😁

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  117. JPF says:

    Entitled (44 y.o.) Woman Complains Men only want to chill out and hang lol

    So first she says she does not want to marry.
    Then she says she wants a man to do “couple things” with, but can’t find one.

    So she wants the benefits of marriage, without having to take the responsibilities of marriage…. Oh, that’s right; we are talking about a Western woman. Makes perfect sense now… both her idiotic ideas, and the fact that no man wants anything to do with her.

    Proverbs 31:
    An excellent wife who can find?

    Charm is deceitful, and beauty is vain,
    but a woman who fears the Lord is to be praised.

    A woman who lives out obedience to God is worthy of praise/honour. For the other 99% of “Christian” western women, a man is best to refuse to be with them. Go find a good wife from EE or some other sane culture instead.
    When even the pastor’s wife refuses to cover her head during prayer / Scripture reading, and also refuses to be self-controlled, and also refuses to wear women’s clothing, and also refuses to obey her own husband… do you really think the young woman you met at that same pretend church will do these things?

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  118. Farm Boy says:

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  119. Farm Boy says:

    So does this increase or decrease the creepiness of him touching girls?

    “I am Finnegan’s Grandma”

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  120. Her whole life goal is to be with a licensed general contractor so he can build her her dreams.

    Ok, what’s in it for him? A saggy, baggy 44 yo basket case. Fuck that. She’s lucky to even get chill out and hang interest.

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  121. Farm Boy says:

    Biden’s Greatest Hits

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  122. thedeti says:

    When I was a much younger guy and working to quit smoking, a guy who was helping me told me

    “Look. Don’t tell me you like smoking. What you really mean is that you don’t like not smoking. What you really mean is that not smoking is very painful because of your addiction, and that it’s easier to keep smoking than it is to do the work to stop smoking. What you really mean is that you’d rather endure the pain of smoking than endure the worse, but shorter, pain of stopping smoking.

    “You don’t like smoking. You just don’t really want to do the work it would take to be better.”

    So, It’s probably not so much that people like being miserable. It’s probably more that people do not like doing the work it would take to not be miserable. It’s probably more true that it’s easier to stay in the pain of misery than it would be to endure some pain to get better, and then not live in the pain of misery.

    It’s not a question of liking their misery; it’s more a question of it being easier to be miserable than to do the work to not be miserable.

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  123. Cheque d'Out says:

    More Wokin’ an’ Brokin’, I reckon

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  124. Liz says:

    My now Husband will tell me the truth … he’s not the guy to ask if something looks good on you if you don’t want the truth

    I loved my Dad, but I’m glad Mike isn’t quite that candid.
    He’ll tell me if he doesn’t like something, but our interactions are a lot more nuanced.
    I’ve probably mentioned before the first time Mike met Dad, but it’s illustrative.
    Here is one of their first conversations:
    (Dad loved Mike, very much. He liked him from the very beginning, keep that in mind)

    Mike: “So, Ed….I’ve always thought it must’ve been cool to shoot trains in the war. What was that like?”

    Dad: “Ergh (grunt). Kind of boring. All you do is fly around for hours until you see a train. Shoot it.”

    Mike: “So, um…I’ve always thought it would be fun to go to the Reno air races and watch that.”

    Dad: “Sounds about like watching a bunch of fish swim around in a bowl to me.”

    😆

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  125. RichardP says:

    Reckon:

    1.establish by counting or calculation; calculate.
    2.consider or regard in a specified way.

    I reckon … is mostly a male phrase.

    Women tend to say I feel …

    What has feeling got to do with counting or calculating (a different form of counting)?

    If a woman says I reckon …, she probably does not know what the word means. An interesting experiment is to ask her how she reckoned. Her respons will tell you whether she knows what the word means.

    Some reckoning is going to be going on Nov 3 forward – probably at least until January 6, and maybe beyond. Electoral votes are due to Congress then, during a roll-call of states. If a state “objects”, everything comes to a halt while Congress exams the merits of the objection. I expect an “objection” during the January 6 roll-call in Congress – over the material on Hunter’s laptop. And I expect another “objection” over Trump’s so-called criminal failure to handle Covid-19. At which point, things will get really interesting.

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  126. Cill says:

    Neither of those dependable men (my dad and my godfather) talks much. None of my friends are the talkative type. Tom the Maori, another dependable man, is the least talkative of all.

    I think the reason they don’t talk much is that they don’t have to. The talkative types, particularly the loud ones, have no other way of making their presence known.

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  127. Cheque d'Out says:

    Boris has made a Dog Egg (even worse than a Dog’s Breakfast) of everything except Brexit (so far), so Nigel stepping back in is a well timed spine stiffener for Brexit.

    To be honest though, even if BloJo delivers a proper Brexit, his goose is cooked. And, in my opinion, so are his shambollocks of a party’s prospects – they have no one else left. The ones that looked good before Boris took over have all failed in one way or another. The next General Election may be years away but there are many local and regional elections coming sooner. Four years of losing seats here, there and everywhere beckon…and then the big one.

    Either they’re complete fucking buffoons that are being played for clowns by bought off globalist big-pharma or they have something really dire about possible long term wuflu effects (this is possible but that’s more in the realms of speculation right now). But either way, they’ve lost all credibility with the public, so if they have something solid that they’re acting on then they need to share it pronto. Because the word on the street is that it’s just flu and the politicians have all lost the fucking plot. And I can’t say that I blame the proles for having that opinion.

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  128. Cill says:

    Boris the buffoon. Adern is just as bad, in a different way. She’s clever in a shallow kind of way and of course is a loonie lefty.

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  129. thedeti says:

    CdO:

    Brexit? Are we STILL talking about Brexit? What the F is the issue? A majority of Brits said “we want out of the EU”. Or maybe it was Parliament. Either way, What the F? The people spoke, either by referendum or by representative vote. The Brexiters won. Those who wanted to stay in the EU lost. There was a fair political fight, and there was a winner and a loser.

    Why is this still an issue? Why can’t the UK just fucking leave the EU, like the people said they wanted to?

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  130. thedeti says:

    The Brexiters won. That should have been the end of the issue. Majority rules, and the majority said we want out, so the UK should be out. If the minority wants to change that, then they need to do it the old fashioned way – campaign for it, get support for it, introduce legislation and get the H of C to pass it so it gets done their way. But the EU fans didn’t do that. There was a fair political fight. There was debate. There was a vote. THEY LOST. The Brexiters WON. End of discussion.

    What the F else is there to discuss?

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  131. SFC Ton says:

    Fair certian that varries by state.

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  132. SFC Ton says:

    You don’t leave witness

    They do things like call the police, ID you, testify agin you and what not

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  133. SFC Ton says:

    My national anthem

    Thank you

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  134. SFC Ton says:

    Your old man seems legit

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  135. SFC Ton says:

    The more words

    The more lies

    Read that in a book once

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  136. Cheque d'Out says:

    It’s funny, Deti, I have uttered those very words many times lately.

    Remember when BloJo took power, he had a minority government that couldn’t even call an election to try for a majority? His government was on the rack, powerless to get off it. Pitiful. Luckily it made the politicians against him look really bad too. What to do?
    He was forced by quisling MPs on both sides to sign an agreement with the EU that basically gave the EU the ability to run us as a colony after Brexit. Then they gave him the ability to call a GE. That he handsomely won. Quite a few quisling MPs got the boot too, which was very nice.

    So against all the odds it turned out that the EU were a bunch of (smug at the time) cunts that thought that they owned us due to that agreement. And they boasted in negotiations that they could make it illegal for the UK mainland to send food to Northern Ireland…and they intended to do that unless we agreed to remain bound by their rules and courts forever.

    BloJo saw red and is passing a law that the UK government is sovereign over UK laws – the EU would be told to go piss up a rope if they tried the trade ban within the UK. The EU went bananas when they saw the law and demanded it be amended. Sucks to be them, I guess, as they were told to piss off. They’re now threatening legal action even though our law breaks nothing, it merely means that we can break the agreement if they try it on first.

    So now the EU’s position in negotiations for the ongoing relationshit with us is not as all powerful as they thought. But they’re still playing the thug. And BloJo keeps setting deadlines that they ignore. But he keeps talking to them after his deadlines have passed. And the people keep shouting at him to hang up the fucking phone, bin the agreement and go WTO.

    We reckon that the EU is banking on Biden winning and him pressuring us to give in on sovereignty.

    I’d prefer that we walked now whoever wins over your way. But BloJo is a dithering waster still after a deal despite the EU openly mocking him.

    A deal could be better for both sides, but no deal is better than a bad deal. The EU is rightfully terrified that a free and clear UK will show them up as incompetent. And the race to the EU exit will be on for many more cuntries. The EU will collapse.

    I’m pissed off as are many others. This, on top of covid, is why BloJo is shagged in the short to medium term.

    I seriously think that covid nearly ended him and has left him a much weaker man mentally and physically. And I wasn’t a fan in the first place. But there’s no one else to replace him with.

    I didn’t mention it here because I didn’t think anyone would be much interested. And it just keeps dragging on because BloJo won’t put the phone down. Most vexing.

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  137. Cheque d'Out says:

    The EU has 26 little greedy children each looking for a sweeter deal for their country’s special interests, each with a veto. Und ze chermanz who really call the shotz. This is why they take many years to get trade deals, 27 rats in a sack each with a veto and always someone else to blame for delays. These negotiations are merely pantomime.

    The french and a few other cuntries are demanding that they can continue to fish our waters on the same basis as under the EU. We’re saying that they’re our waters, so fuck off. We’ll be setting very different terms. Macron is saying they’ll be no deal if we control our waters. He wants his fishermen’s votes. They demand our fish but say they’ll go full tonto against Macron and us if there’s no deal or a deal with reduced access.

    German industry sells us a lot of shit, especially cars, and they demand a deal. But Germany in particular is terrified that we leave successfully and the EU collapses.

    It’s all very exciting.

    Anything much going on over your way? All quiet on the western front?

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  138. Cheque d'Out says:

    I should probably clarify that under EU rules, we get a very small share of the fishing rights in our own waters. The story is long and complicated, starting with Tory treachery in the early 70s.

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  139. Cheque d'Out says:

    The other key phrase (besides fishing) is the EU’s demand for a ‘level playing field’. That’s when we adhere to their standards, their rules under their courts.

    Some parties might opine that Brexit with them continuing to filch our fish, set laws, standards and overrule our courts with their bent, political courts shouldn’t really be called Brexit at all. I find myself open to such arguments.

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  140. thedeti says:

    I see. So, it sounds like this: The Brexiters won, followed by a coalition government either Nigel or BoJo had, which coalition could not or would not actually effectuate Brexit. After the Brexit vote, the H of C then actually had to do things to make Brexit a reality and they wouldn’t or couldnt for one reason or another. BoJo’s own coalition made him sign an agreement with the EU saying “you’re out, but not really tee hee” and then had to call a general election.

    The EU is still trying to exercise rule over the UK, with BoJo and others going “go ahead and try it”. Then BoJo keeps saying “we’re leaving, we mean it, this time I really mean it”

    “No, OK, we really mean it this time”

    “Ok, yeah, we REALLY mean it now”

    “Look dammit we’re serious we are REALLY REALLY leaving, last chance, no more delay”

    Do I have it about right?

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  141. thedeti says:

    Not really quiet over here, CdO. The polls seem to be tightening. I am not going to prognosticate the election over here. Like I said a couple days ago, I got it completely wrong in 2016, and so did just about everyone else, so I’m keeping mum. BLM is still burning down our cities. The protests stopped being about George Floyd months ago. You can’t speak negatively about BLM in public. Cancel culture is alive and well. People will be going further and further underground.

    So, yeah. Just peachy over here, us being the UK’s uppity, rebellious little brother and all. We ‘muricans can’t decide who or what we are.

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  142. Cheque d'Out says:

    Nigel was never in coalition with BloJo but he did stand down his candidates in constituencies that had Tory candidates signed up for Brexit that looked like they’d win if Brexit Party didn’t stand against them. That’s why I had no one to vote for. And it did ensure BloJo won.

    Once Boris had a majority it looked like he was determined to deliver. Then he got the virus and nearly died. He’s not been the same since. The blood clots that screw your lungs (if you get it bad) and give breathing difficulties also can end up in the brain. Strokes of all sizes. The virus can also directly attack the nerves and brain cells. Apparently hard to spot the smaller stuff without an autopsy. This might be one form of ‘long covid’. Depression, exhaustion, loss of sense of smell/taste.

    Some of the actual medical research is rather fascinating. But as soon as you want to know your odds…the stats seem to be deliberately bent to be useless. And it’s very hard to compare numbers between different countries to see what works. Pretty sure that that is deliberate. Another swamp that needs draining, a global one.

    I’m pretty sure that The Donald has a much better take on the reality than The BloJo has. I don’t appreciate the re-emergence of lockdown over here. It’s economic suicide for one thing.

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  143. SFC Ton says:

    All the Anglo- English speaking nations should bend the knee and unite under a Ton-tater-ship.

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  144. SFC Ton says:

    Thats what immigration does to you

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  145. Cheque d'Out says:

    We’ll, I’m hoping for The Donald again. Vote corruption aside, how the hell would anyone sane vote for Biden? He looks to be in an even worse state than Killary was last time! And I’d still love to know how she’s still alive and functioning four years later.

    I wish you guys well. I admit some national interest in it going well…but it’s your decision to make.

    I can promise you that I’m not looking down on your politics, not with what we have here.

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  146. thedeti says:

    All hail The Ton.

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  147. thedeti says:

    Ton, you should campaign on a platform of good Bourbon for all.

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  148. Cheque d'Out says:

    I’m ready for the Ton-tater-ship. Bring it the fuck on.

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  149. horsemanbombadil says:

    Late to the word party.

    I fulfill my word not for you, for me.

    Entering into a commitment I have undertaken a debt to fulfill.
    I do Not Forget. Ever. Even if you have.
    Until it is fulfilled I cannot rest.
    So keeping my word is a step towards my rest.

    Similarly once under my protection, you are under My Protection.
    Period. Forever.
    Even unneeded, unacknowledged, undeserved.

    Why two of my big girls have not been ridden in five years (one 30+, one crippled)
    Why to some extent we survived the year from hell.

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  151. SFC Ton says:

    Campaign?

    I was think semi hostile take over

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  152. SFC Ton says:

    LOL

    If nothing else y’all get lower taxes and way fewer firearm laws

    [A new national anthem also there would be]

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  153. I didn’t know Demi Moore was still alive.

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  154. Ame says:

    Deti nailed it, again:

    thedeti
    6h ago
    When I was a much younger guy and working to quit smoking, a guy who was helping me told me

    “Look. Don’t tell me you like smoking. What you really mean is that you don’t like not smoking. What you really mean is that not smoking is very painful because of your addiction, and that it’s easier to keep smoking than it is to do the work to stop smoking. What you really mean is that you’d rather endure the pain of smoking than endure the worse, but shorter, pain of stopping smoking.

    “You don’t like smoking. You just don’t really want to do the work it would take to be better.”

    So, It’s probably not so much that people like being miserable. It’s probably more that people do not like doing the work it would take to not be miserable. It’s probably more true that it’s easier to stay in the pain of misery than it would be to endure some pain to get better, and then not live in the pain of misery.

    It’s not a question of liking their misery; it’s more a question of it being easier to be miserable than to do the work to not be miserable.

    no one gets better until the hell they’re living in is worse than the hell to get better because it’s hell to get better, and they keep thinking it’ll get better on its own. very few people have the long-term perspective of this guy who gave Deti such wise advice.

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  155. Ame says:

    RichardP
    6h ago
    Reckon:

    1.establish by counting or calculation; calculate.
    2.consider or regard in a specified way.

    I reckon … is mostly a male phrase.

    Women tend to say I feel …

    What has feeling got to do with counting or calculating (a different form of counting)?

    If a woman says I reckon …, she probably does not know what the word means. An interesting experiment is to ask her how she reckoned. Her respons will tell you whether she knows what the word means.

    LOL! truth! never thought of it before, but you’re right, Richard! lol!

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  156. Ame says:

    Cheque d’Out
    4h ago

    It’s all very exciting.

    Anything much going on over your way? All quiet on the western front?

    nah … nothin’ much. just this weetle election thingy 😉

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  157. Liz says:

    Daymn. Well said.

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  159. Farm Boy says:

    Republican businessman John James, who is running against Senator Gary Peters (D-MI), bashed the Democratic Party in a video ahead of the Tuesday general election, saying the party’s “business model” is designed to keep “black folks dependent on the government.”

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/john-james-bashes-dem-party-leadership-cares-more-about-the-black-vote-than-the-black-people

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  160. SFC Ton says:

    Tucker is pretty legit for a rich kid

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  161. Farm Boy says:

    Media Gaslighting: Blame Trump For Cities Boarding Up Fearing Election Violence

    CNN’s John Dean: “What does it say about the USA under Trump when we have to board-up and employ extra security for commercial areas on election day?”

    https://legalinsurrection.com/2020/11/media-gaslighting-blame-trump-for-cities-boarding-up-fearing-election-violence/

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  162. There wouldn’t be any CNN if Trump was 1/100th the monster they claim him to be.

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  163. Liz says:

    There wouldn’t be any CNN if Trump was 1/100th the monster they claim him to be.

    That is one quotable quote.
    Hope you don’t mind if I steal that.

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  164. SFC Ton says:

    I would be a lot more excited about voting for Trump is He was the monster cnn says he is

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  165. theshadowedknight says:

    Yeah, Ton, it would be nice, but we take what we can get.

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  166. Sorry that was they need people in Raleigh NC, click on the link.

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  167. theshadowedknight says:

    Bloom, did you receive my email? I want to check lines of communication before this goes to shit.

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