Feminist Types Doubling Down


Yes, things are becoming more clear. The establishment types took credit for various improvements over the years, but these were mostly due to technology and productivity gains that they did more to hinder than foster. But thing that they were doing and their effects were getting too noticeable. Then Trump won.

After which, these types more fully exposed themselves. Be it their defense of their policies, or becoming generally unhinged, people noticed. On the victim front, they had run out of victims to milk, so they had to either manufacture fake ones, or open new frontiers like transgender children. Feminists were part of all this. Searching for problems, mansplaning became big, as did the enormously vague toxic masculinity. And don’t forget the micro-aggressions.

So during the last four years, they all doubled down. Sure, it might have kept some from leaving the reservation, but the sheer craziness of it all probably hasn’t done their cause (or them personally) any long term good. Half-baked silliness that they can’t reasonably define, much less describe the actual impact of, just isn’t effective, especially when people see the reality of the world.


Remember the illogical women from the last post? Doubling down on something that cannot hold water like they have done is a bad bet. Though it makes them feel good in the short run

Exit Question — What are the virtues that the elites claim to have?

Posted in FarmBoy, Feminism, Politics
110 comments on “Feminist Types Doubling Down
  1. horsemanbombadil says:

    Exit answer: now that they are in power they have the virtue of delivering on their promises so the people can see the outcome of their efforts over the next few years.

    Oh, wait a minute.

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  2. theshadowedknight says:

    They exercise power. That is what makes them elites. They have no virtues, because they worship Satan, and I mean that literally. Virtues are good things, and those who serve evil must give up all good things. Their lack of virtue is why Trump ever got close in the first place. A cohesive elite would not have been so easily disrupted.

    [Keep the pressure on one might]

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  3. theshadowedknight says:

    As far as the feminists go, who cares? The only smart thing that goes through the head of a feminist as a man’s dick. Since they aren’t getting that, there isn’t any point to listening to them.

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  4. Sharkly says:

    “And don’t forget the micro-aggressions.”

    I had to look up what a “micro-aggression” means.

    LOL It turn out I’ve already passed that level.
    But theshadowedknight is giving me some good competition:
    “The only smart thing that goes through the head of a feminist as a man’s dick.”
    Amen!

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  5. Farm Boy says:

    We have a Supreme Court Justice who is really into micro-aggressions. Can you guess which one?

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  6. theshadowedknight says:

    I only do macro-aggressions. Just like I am active-aggressive instead of passive-aggressive.

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  7. Gunner Q says:

    “Exit Question — What are the virtues that the elites claim to have?”

    They don’t claim to have virtues. Their claim is that humanity has reached its 11th hour and our only chance for survival is to give them total control of everything.

    As lame as that sounds… it works disturbingly well.

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  8. JPF says:

    They claim to care for the poor. (reality: Overspending on the poor yesterday means we have to pay interest to the bank, so there is less money available to spend on the poor today… unless we take on even more debt, which will cause more interest tomorrow.)

    They claim to care for illegal immigrant children who are separated from their illegal immigrant parents. (reality: they interfere with the immediate expulsion of the entire family unit. If the family was immediately turned back, they could stay together, just not in the US)

    They claim to care for minorities. (Reality: Black men and black families are worse off after the new deal social programs than they were previously — out-of-wedlock birthrates have climbed.)

    They claim to care for women. (Reality: Women now complain that they got the jobs they wanted, but those jobs are not in management; or the women are now too busy due to having children and a job and some housework. Women now become super-harlots, leading to short and unhappy marriages. And women miss out on good provider, strong Christian men like me — a man with good morals and who knows how to work, is not going to settle for an ugly feminist harlot from his own town, when a better woman can be found in another country.)

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  9. “how was work today, honey?”

    “oh, just the usual stuff. nothing to get excited about.”

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  11. Farm Boy says:

    These lads got around Ireland’s Covid restrictions by booking cheap flights and then just drinking at the airport

    https://notthebee.com/article/lads-get-around-irelands-covid-restrictions-by-booking-cheap-flights-and-drinking-at-the-airport

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  12. Love that Rainbow song.

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  13. Farm Boy says:

    Leftists Suggest “Re-education Camps,” “Firing Squads,” Banning Talk Radio to “Deprogram” 75 Million Trump Supporters

    https://summit.news/2020/11/19/leftists-suggest-re-education-camps-firing-squads-banning-talk-radio-to-deprogram-75-million-trump-supporters/

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  14. Farm Boy says:

    Smart, eh?

    Elections Canada does not use Dominion Voting Systems. We use paper ballots counted by hand in front of scrutineers and have never used voting machines or electronic tabulators to count votes in our 100-year history. #CdnPoli pic.twitter.com/dp7ZiB84ql

    — Elections Canada (@ElectionsCan_E) November 16, 2020

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  15. I’ve been watching a lot of British TV clips on the u-tubes.

    Huh, a lot of applause for a really horrible analogy. The tea bag doesn’t benefit at all. The tea bag doesn’t get to drink the tea. And the tea bag goes in the bin in either scenario.

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  16. Farm Boy says:

    Monopolies Google, FaceBook, and Twitter Are Coordinating Their Censorship and Ban Policies

    One of the actions that a monopoly can take that will get it prosecuted for anti-trust violation is secret coordination with other monopolies to price-fix or otherwise rig the marketplace.

    http://ace.mu.nu/archives/391343.php

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  17. Oh, Canadian elections are totally legit, huh?

    Congratulations…

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  18. Sumo says:

    Elections Canada does not use Dominion Voting Systems. We use paper ballots counted by hand in front of scrutineers and have never used voting machines or electronic tabulators to count votes in our 100-year history.

    Yeah, we don’t need them there fancy electrogadgetal counting thingys up here in the Great Frozen Wasteland to “fix” our elections.

    Not when the majority of our population are stupid enough to vote for SparkleSocks on their own.

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  19. Cheque d'Out says:

    The UK has it’s own solution to dumb voters; it doesn’t matter who you vote for because they’re all the fucking same party, The LibLabCon, just different coloured rosettes.

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  20. Cill says:

    Yoda, there is a draft disturbing the force. Yep I done it again, I done did a draft.

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  21. Same over here. The Uniparty rules all. I remember seeing a picture of McConnell and Schumer sitting in one of their offices laughing it up about something, days after they were supposedly “at each other’s throat” about some legislation.

    It’s all a bloody “panto”, mate. (Did I use that correctly?)

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  22. I ordered a Kracken Hoodie!

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  23. Farm Boy says:

    Why have prices increased so much? It’s simple: By doling out massive sums of loan money to basically any would-be student, the federal government drove tuition prices through the roof.

    https://fee.org/articles/the-democrats-push-to-cancel-50k-in-student-loan-debt-completely-ignores-the-real-reason-college-is-so-expensive/

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  24. Richard P May have been on the last thread, but I can’t understand how they can just let this roll w the level of fraud they are finding. The lawyers on trumps team have already clearly said to Biden if you do not concede you will be facing criminal charges and life in prison or worse. I don’t think they’re going to just let this go.

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  25. Farm Boy says:

    Marking Trump a martyr probably would not be an effective approach

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  26. Farm Boy says:

    Trump Legal Team Holds Presser: ‘Trump Won In A Landslide. We Are Going To Prove It’

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/trump-legal-team-holds-presser-trump-won-in-a-landslide-we-are-going-to-prove-it

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  27. Farm Boy says:

    Poll Watcher Discovers “Error” That Gave Joe Biden An Extra 9,626 in Georgia

    http://ace.mu.nu/archives/391346.php

    [Wonder if really error it was I do]

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  28. theshadowedknight says:

    Bannon says two weeks for this to start, so get ready.

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  29. Cheque d'Out says:

    ‘Did I use that correctly?’
    That’ll do nicely

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  30. Farm Boy says:

    “If taking claims to court undermines democracy, how to defend Democrats’ vociferous and repeated claims that Donald Trump stole the election in 2016 with the help of Russia?”

    https://thefederalist.com/2020/11/19/democrats-and-media-are-reaping-fruit-of-4-years-of-anti-trump-conspiracy-theories/

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  31. Well, that’s same for everything; houses, cars, anything you can get a loan for can get the price raised beyond reason.

    I remember the first time one of my friends was buying a new car and getting a loan for it. The car was ~$25k, but he was going to paying back ~$33k+ since he was doing a (I think ) 7 year loan.

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  32. They have Biden on tape ordering or being informed of plans for mass voter-fraud?

    Film at 11?

    [Good thing on tape it was,
    as he could remember it not]

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  33. Liz says:

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  34. Unlike a lot of others, when Biden takes the stand and says under oath that he can’t remember things, I’d believe him. He’s the perfect patsy.

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  37. Cheque d'Out says:

    Oopsy?

    [Odd how all of these errors favored Biden they did]

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  38. Larry G says:

    so I assume that we are no longer picking on border collies?

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  39. Liz says:

    Random question….
    so, when organizations of various varieties send one something that goes….
    “Elizabeth! Big news! If you give today we will multiply your donation (10, 100, 1000, whatever) times…”
    What exactly does that mean?
    Is it like Christ with the fishes?
    If they can make my money multiply by whatever number, why should I give at all?
    Seems like they can make their own money.
    Inquiring minds, and all that…

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  40. Ame says:

    Ahhh! I love that sweet doggie with all the sticks 💖

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  41. Liz says:

    I’m done with 2020, BTW.
    We’ve decided as a family to pretend we’re in Middle Earth for the duration.
    One of our bards is working on the Tom Bombadillo song now.

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  42. Larry G says:

    ““Elizabeth! Big news! If you give today we will multiply your donation (10, 100, 1000, whatever) times…”
    What exactly does that mean?
    Is it like Christ with the fishes?:

    yes…you give your excess money that you have no use for and they multiply the dollars x herrings to = a large seriously stinky batch of cash. Just like Christ did. Hope that answered your question.

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  43. Larry G says:

    Greater Idaho? oookay…I think it would be a much better idea for the various sections of states populated by the LDS church create their own country…maybe Mormonistan? Polygamy would be legal, female tats and short hair would be punishable by time in the stocks..just an idea if secession is to be allowed

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  44. thedeti says:

    Exit Question — What are the virtues that the elites claim to have?

    Some have already pointed some of these out.

    1) The elites claim to care. They care more than you or I do. They care for the poor, the disenfranchised, and downtrodden.

    2) The elites claim that they, and only they, can finally and for all time eradicate the -isms and phobias and mis’es: Racism, sexism, homophobia, misogyny.

    3) The elites claim intelligence as a virtue, and using it for “the greater good”. Which means, more aggregation and centralization of power so the greater good can be achieved.

    4) The elites claim that only they can protect us, and that they are the only ones who desire to protect us. They use censorship through BigTech to do this. Soon, BigTech (social media and search engines) will make it so that only “approved” ideas and content are available. This is not an abridgement of the First Amendment because state action is not involved, at least overtly. No, this is not about restricting free speech or about “fighting words” or “clear and present danger” or defamation. It’s about “compliance with ‘community standards’ and terms of service.”

    Again – importantly – this is ostensibly for our protection. The mantra will be that opponents of these practices seek to harm people, spread “misinformation” and “false information” (i.e. wrongthink and thoughtcrime).

    Misinformation will result in people getting sick with Covid, and not getting the treatment they need.

    Misinformation will result in people being where they should not be, doing things they should not be doing, talking to people they should not be talking to, again, in violation of “community standards” and “terms of service”.

    Misinformation results in opposition to approved ideas, like those espoused by BLM, Antifa, and the Democrat Party Expression of opposition to approved ideas will be seen as violative of “community standards” and “terms of service”.

    Anyone who does not toe the line will be “canceled” – not permitted to buy or sell, not permitted to work, not permitted to travel via mass transit (trains, air, boat, internationally). Oh, they can have their cars, but they cannot buy gasoline. Oh, they have their homes, but they cannot work or feed their families. They are not imprisoned. They are free to say what they like, but not on a social media or search or tech platform. They are free to go to church, but they are not free to use any technology to spread their “misinformation” about “God”. They are free to go here or there, but are treated in person as social pariahs and not permitted to talk to anyone, speak to anyone freely, or express ideas. They do not live in prisons with walls, bars or guards. Rather, they live in a virtual gulag, where they cannot feed themselves, obtain housing or government services, perform meaningful work, or earn money.

    And it is all for the “community’s” protection. It is all to make sure that “community standards” are observed, and “terms of service” complied with.

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  45. horsemanbombadil says:

    Finally the code is broken.

    “Women just want their childhood to never end.”

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  46. horsemanbombadil says:

    We live in Bombadil’s house.

    1 1\2 bedroom, 1 bath 120 year old cottage nestled at the edge of the forest on 7 acres of birch, elm and cedar. Walking down the dirt driveway to the mailbox at the highway takes 10 minutes one way.

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  47. Cill says:

    KH, mate, “panto” is an Aussie expression.

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  48. Cill says:

    Why have prices increased so much

    I read about that somewhere. The gender and diversity minders cost more than the professors.

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  49. Farm Boy says:

    Forty-seven percent (47%) say it’s likely that Democrats stole votes or destroyed pro-Trump ballots in several states to ensure that Biden would win, but 50% disagree. This includes 36% who say it’s Very Likely and 41% who consider it Not At All Likely.

    https://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/politics/elections/election_2020/61_think_trump_should_concede_to_biden

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  50. Liz says:

    I read about that somewhere. The gender and diversity minders cost more than the professors.

    Professor salaries really haven’t risen.
    It’s as you say, gender and diversity minders (administrative positions).
    Also construction…new buildings are extremely expensive, learned that at our last assignment.

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  51. Farm Boy says:

    SACRAMENTO, CA—California Governor Gavin Newsom has already released numerous rules limiting Thanksgiving celebrations and has now announced his latest instructions for Christmas: tell children that Santa Claus died of COVID-19.

    https://babylonbee.com/news/governor-newsom-recommends-this-year-you-just-tell-kids-that-covid-killed-santa

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  52. Cill says:

    “Panto” (claimed as limey lingo by the Patriarch) is as Aussie as “arvo” (afternoon) or “fruito” (fruit shop) or “fisho” (fish shop) or “Cillo” (heroic defender of the lexicon) or “CDDU-o” (best beer in the world – I’m having a swiggo right now).

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  53. Farm Boy says:

    The University of Wisconsin-Madison plans to remove a large rock from campus after students complained that it is a symbol of racism because it was referred to in a local newspaper in 1925 using a word regarded as a racial slur

    https://www.breitbart.com/education/2020/11/18/university-of-wisconsin-declares-large-rock-to-be-racist-votes-to-remove/

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  54. Farm Boy says:

    I sure hope they have the goods

    The former New York Mayor informed reporters that his team has gathered a vast amount of evidence that points to a conspiracy involving multiple states that was executed from a centralized location.

    https://amgreatness.com/2020/11/19/giuliani-scorches-media-for-censoring-mounting-evidence-of-election-fraud-and-condoning-threats-against-lawyers-and-witnesses/

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  55. Farm Boy says:

    It’s a plague on our nation: homeschooling. From religious weirdos to dummies who don’t think the public school system is teaching us English very good, parents are flocking to homeschooling in droves.

    https://babylonbee.com/news/kids-in-your-community-may-be-homeschooled-know-the-warning-signs

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  56. Cill says:

    I’m digging myself into a hole sticking to my guns here. Even the dictionary got it wrong! This is a travesty of the greatest magnitude.

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  57. Farm Boy says:

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  58. Farm Boy says:


    “You maniacs, you blew it up.” There are no norms left. Democrats and the media burned them all to the ground in the scorched earth attack on Trump that started before the 2016 election and continued without interruption through Election Day 2020.

    https://legalinsurrection.com/2020/11/democrats-and-the-media-blew-up-all-norms-to-get-trump-and-shouldnt-lecture-about-election-contests/

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  59. Farm Boy says:

    “For us, the election is an artificial milestone,” Bourla said. “This is going to be not a Republican vaccine or a Democrat vaccine. It will be a vaccine for the citizens of the world.”

    Admirable rhetoric. But a few days after the election, Pfizer abruptly announced that in mass human trials, its vaccine had proven 90 percent effective and safe after all.

    Still odder than the recalibrated timing was what the company did next.

    First, a Pfizer official claimed that the company had never been part of Operation Warp Speed. In an earlier press release, Pfizer had bragged about being an integral player in the multibillion-dollar federal effort to rush the vaccine into use. The day after the denial about being part of the program, a company spokesman conceded that the company is, in fact, part of Operation Warp Speed.

    Second, Pfizer gave notice of its purported breakthrough not in a press conference or a communique to the sitting president. Instead, according to Joe Biden, the company contacted his campaign’s “public health advisers.”

    Apparently, Pfizer had, in fact, been guided by the “artificial milestone” of the election, even if inadvertently.

    Or was Pfizer trying to gain political support for its vaccine rollout from Biden, who was an overwhelming favorite in almost all the pre-election polls? Members of Biden’s campaign team told Bloomberg News that Biden advisers had met with officials at companies that are working on vaccines before the election.

    Why would Pfizer act in such a way?

    https://pjmedia.com/victordavishanson/2020/11/19/irony-abounds-as-the-left-politicizes-the-coronavirus-n1158844

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  60. Farm Boy says:

    One of its most characteristic features is its ability to flip votes. It can set and run an algorithm that probably ran all over the country to take a certain percentage of votes from President Trump and flip them to President Biden, which we might never have uncovered had the votes for President Trump not been so overwhelming in so many of these states that it broke the algorithm that had been plugged into the system, and that’s what caused them to have to shut down in the states they shut down in.

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/trump-lawyer-sidney-powell-responds-to-tucker-carlson-conduct-your-own-investigation

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  61. Farm Boy says:

    GCHQ spooks are monitoring the movement of British people minute by minute to check if they are complying with government restrictions, according to reports.

    https://summit.news/2020/11/20/report-government-spies-are-tracking-brits-movements-to-check-if-theyre-complying-with-lockdown/

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  62. Farm Boy says:

    Finland’s leftist Prime Minister Sanna Marin has warned that lockdowns and other restrictive COVID measures will trigger a huge ‘populist backlash’ against governments and politicians in Europe.

    https://summit.news/2020/11/20/european-leader-predicts-covid-hell-will-trigger-monumental-populist-backlash/

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  63. Farm Boy says:

    In Pennsylvania, Giuliani pointed out, the margin of “victory” for Biden was 69,140 votes, but there were 682,770 mail-in ballots that the Democrat machines in Pittsburgh and Philly did not allow to be inspected before they were entered into the vote.

    https://amgreatness.com/2020/11/19/giuliani-scorches-media-for-censoring-mounting-evidence-of-election-fraud-and-condoning-threats-against-lawyers-and-witnesses/

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  64. Cheque d'Out says:

    Turns out that Katee Sackhoff is a fun person

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  65. Cheque d'Out says:

    “KH, mate, “panto” is an Aussie expression”
    oh no it isn’t
    oh yes it is
    oh no it isn’t
    oh yes it is
    oh no it isn’t
    oh yes it is
    oh no it isn’t

    Ordinarily I’d agree that the ‘o’ ending makes it likely Aussie (as Cill’s examples show).
    But in this case, it’s just the result of shortening the word to the logical degree

    Panto is aimed at the kids with the adults catered for by double entendres

    Kind of like Carry On films. Carry On Screaming being my favourite

    (I think that that’s Mo in the green jumpsuit and Cill in blue…perhaps the other way round?)

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  66. Cheque d'Out says:

    “Even the dictionary got it wrong! This is a travesty of the greatest magnitude.”
    The truth is behind you
    no it isn’t
    yes it is!
    oh no it isn’t
    oh yes it is!

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  67. Cheque d'Out says:

    Them’s fightin’ words

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  68. Farm Boy says:

    Speaking of elites, here is the prototype.

    Former Secretary of State John Kerry attended a panel discussion at the World Economic Forum during which he asserted that a great reset was urgently needed to stop the rise of populism.

    https://summit.news/2020/11/20/john-kerry-says-great-reset-is-needed-to-stop-rise-of-populism/

    Perhaps it might be better for them to examine why populism is so popular

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  69. Heard it on 8 out of 10 Cats – Countdown.

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  70. Farm Boy says:

    But small businesses aren’t exempt. They hate the little guy

    Entertainment Industry Workers Exempt From California Governor Gavin Newsom’s New Stay-At-Home Order

    https://deadline.com/2020/11/entertainment-industry-workers-exempt-from-california-governor-gavin-newsoms-new-stay-at-home-order-1234619285/

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  72. Farm Boy says:

    Obviously the China Virus is a serous matter here in the US, though from an overall society perspective not as big as it is made out to be. So, one might ask why people are so defiant against the authorities? Good question. Let us consider.

    *There was a coverup in reference to its origins and its manner of spreading
    * There was the mantra of “follow the science” when politicians would not explain precisely how the science drives their decision. I might suggest to them that there enough people out there who can follow a logical argument
    * There was the power grab by many politicians that was above and beyond what they were legally allowed to do (e.g. Whitmer)
    * There was the media working hard to scare people, not just for their ratings, but for political purposes
    * There were the incoherent plans of what you could buy and who was to be shut down, which always seemed to favor big business and/or the well connected
    * There were the politicians deliberately ignoring their own various lockdown/social distancing rules. Apparently their own lives don’t matter. Looking at you Newsom and Whitmer. Not sure I could argue with the “don’t matter” part
    * There was the monetary and political incentivizing (effectively a bounty) of attributing as many deaths as possible to the China virus
    * There was the change in emphasis by politicians and the MSM to the number of cases, and not deaths, as the death rate dived
    * There was the ignoring of the social distancing rules at riots and protests, especially in the early phase of the pandemic when not social distancing was the number one bad thing a person could do

    Please feel free to add to this list

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  73. Farm Boy says:

    During an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live last night, former president Barack Obama joked that the Navy SEALs could be used to drag Donald Trump out of the White House.

    https://summit.news/2020/11/20/obama-jokes-navy-seals-could-be-sent-into-white-house-to-drag-trump-out/

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  74. Farm Boy says:

    Quite a read

    I Know Sidney Powell. She Is Telling the Truth

    https://stream.org/i-know-sidney-powell-she-is-telling-the-truth/

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  75. I think I can guess which target the Seals would prefer to take out. With extreme prej…

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  76. Gunner Q says:

    “Please feel free to add to this list”

    They’re thwarting Karens from playing Grandma for Thanksgiving. That one will be fatal.

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  77. * There was the change in emphasis by politicians and the MSM to the number of cases, and not deaths, as the death rate dived

    Bring out your dead!!! Uh, bring out anyone with a sniffle. Uh, bring out anyone with a ridiculously wobbly “positive” test result.

    * There was the monetary and political incentivizing (effectively a bounty) of attributing as many deaths as possible to the China virus

    This hasn’t stopped.

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  78. Farm Boy says:

    Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has labeled discussion of “The Great Reset” as a “conspiracy theory” despite the fact that he advocated it two months ago.

    https://summit.news/2020/11/20/trudeau-calls-great-reset-a-conspiracy-theory-despite-previously-advocating-it/

    [Gaslight us he would not, eh?]

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  79. Cill says:

    They’re thwarting Karens from playing Grandma for Thanksgiving. That one will be fatal. (Gunner Q)

    I can vouch for that. I know of a couple of Karens, acquaintances of friends over on the west coast USA. They have made their feelings known loud and clear. To say they are unhappy would be the mother of all understatements.

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  83. Farm Boy says:

    Hope that the Trump Team slowness is due to having all of their ducks in a row

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  85. Farm Boy says:

    The chairman of the Federal Elections Commission (FEC), Trey Trainor, said reports of voter fraud in key battleground states are credible.

    https://www.oann.com/fec-chairman-debunks-msm-claims-of-no-fraud-says-counting-illegal-votes-can-make-election-illegitimate/

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