Feminine Virtue


What I am writing about here does not have a name that I know of. But it is something that many men look for in a potential wife. What it would be is a type of deep inside nature to be moral, to care for others (especially people close to them), even if it takes sacrifices from them. And it has to be real, not fake. I am not sure that the men who are looking for this can describe it exactly, or even perhaps explain why they are looking for it. But it is a thing.

So what is going on here? Well, perhaps much of it is related to being a good mother. They do have to sacrifice. It is best if it comes from the heart. Men would naturally enough want their children to be raised such that they are well adjusted. Maybe the big tipoff is that men really are not interested in this attribute in when it comes to the SMP.

So this is all hard to describe, so maybe describing who doesn’t have it would help. A well known example would be Hillary of course. She sometimes tries to fake it. Lots of people see through it when she does. When she was running for President, she was in a sense running for the position of Mother of the US, even though people were not explicitly thinking that way. It is said that right before the 2016 election, she told her handlers to stop giving her poll information, as they invariably told of how people disliked her. Furthermore, it is clear that she is not really about sacrificing for the close to her (any objections to this assertion?). She tries to fake caring by virtue signaling about all the oppressed groups she is boosting, often with an attempt to push other peoples money their way. All the time, adding to her aggrandizement (and personal wealth and power). As for raising well adjusted children, I will let you consider that on your own.

So how about the other side, at least for a famous public figure? Though she is new to the stage, and has not withstood the test of time, there is Amy Coney Barrett. She has lots of kids; by looking at the pictures they seem genuinely happy. Probably she has put lots of effort into them, and with her inner feminine virtue, it all seems to be effective. She seems to radiate something or other that makes you think that she has it. It is difficult to put your finger on.

Exit question — what is your take on this?

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148 comments on “Feminine Virtue
  1. Sharkly says:

    What it would be is a type of deep inside nature to be moral…

    Yeah, that is the “fear of God”.
    Nobody’s nature is to be moral or self sacrificing. Our nature is to be selfish and led into lawlessness.
    Proverbs 8:13a The fear of the Lord is to hate evil
    Proverbs 14:16a A wise man feareth, and departeth from evil
    Proverbs 16:6 By mercy and truth iniquity is purged: and by the fear of the Lord men depart from evil.

    It isn’t actually so hard to put a finger on it. It is just that the cucked churches are too afraid of sensitive women to tell people to “Fear God”. They say stupid shit like “Fear actually means respect or awe, not really fear”. No it really means fear. If you don’t fear God you’ll be evil.
    Philippians 2:12b Work out your own salvation with fear and trembling.
    A man after God’s own heart says:
    Psalm 119:120 My flesh trembleth for fear of thee; and I am afraid of thy judgments.
    The fear of God is the beginning of all wisdom, and damnable pastorbaters try to steal that away from people by preaching against fearing the damnation of a Jealous God who says, “Vengeance is mine!” God ain’t your pal. It is only through His son that you can ever escape His lake of fire prepared for the vessels of wrath.
    Psalm 2:11 Serve the Lord with fear, and rejoice with trembling. 12 Kiss the Son, lest he be angry, and ye perish from the way, when his wrath is kindled but a little. Blessed are all they that put their trust in him.

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  2. Sharkly says:

    What it would be is a type of deep inside nature to be moral…

    Yeah, that is the “fear of God”.
    Nobody’s nature is to be moral or self sacrificing. Our nature is to be selfish and led into lawlessness.
    Proverbs 8:13a The fear of the Lord is to hate evil
    Proverbs 14:16a A wise man feareth, and departeth from evil
    Proverbs 16:6 By mercy and truth iniquity is purged: and by the fear of the Lord men depart from evil.

    It isn’t actually so hard to put a finger on it. It is just that the churches are too afraid of sensitive women to tell people to “Fear God”. They say stupid stuff like “Fear actually means respect or awe, not really fear”. No it really means fear. If you don’t fear God you’ll be evil.
    Philippians 2:12b Work out your own salvation with fear and trembling.
    A man after God’s own heart says:
    Psalm 119:120 My flesh trembleth for fear of thee; and I am afraid of thy judgments.
    The fear of God is the beginning of all wisdom, and damnable pastorbaters try to steal that away from people by preaching against fearing the damnation of a Jealous God who says, “Vengeance is mine!” God ain’t your pal. It is only through His son that you can ever escape His lake of fire prepared for the vessels of wrath.
    Psalm 2:11 Serve the Lord with fear, and rejoice with trembling. 12 Kiss the Son, lest he be angry, and ye perish from the way, when his wrath is kindled but a little. Blessed are all they that put their trust in him.

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  3. Jack says:

    “What I am writing about here does not have a name that I know of. But it is something that many men look for in a potential wife. What it would be is a type of deep inside nature to be moral, to care for others (especially people close to them), even if it takes sacrifices from them. And it has to be real, not fake. I am not sure that the men who are looking for this can describe it exactly, or even perhaps explain why they are looking for it. But it is a thing.

    What you are talking about is “soft” feminine power. Soft feminine power is actually the power of God working through a woman who is spiritually obedient (or who “fears God”, as Sharkly put it). This is REAL power, not solipsistic, politico-feminist, SIW-type power. I’ve written about soft feminine power in a few past posts. In my writings, I call this “honeycraft”.
    https://sigmaframe.wordpress.com/2017/10/24/the-new-womens-power-model/
    https://sigmaframe.wordpress.com/2017/10/26/male-and-female-power-deconstructed/
    https://sigmaframe.wordpress.com/2018/08/31/the-distinction-between-feminine-soft-power-and-masculine-hard-power/
    https://sigmaframe.wordpress.com/2019/05/16/the-true-ontology-of-power/
    https://sigmaframe.wordpress.com/2019/11/23/somewhere-down-the-mystic-river/

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  4. Sharkly says:

    Unfortunately I didn’t marry a woman who fears God. I married a woman who apparently only hopped off the cock carousel in order to get married just before 30, and declared herself a brand new Christian who was sorry for all her sexual immorality and would be a good woman from there on out. I foolishly figured I could train up this “new believer” in the ways of the Lord. However her addiction to evil is strong, and I have no legal way to discipline her. She does not fear God, nor her husband. Later she changed her story and claims she got saved when she was 10 and that apparently she was serving her lord and master during all her years of fucking & sucking. I do believe she was serving her lord and master with every man she defiled, however, I don’t believe that her lord and master is Jesus Christ. I wish I hadn’t been trained so foolishly by the churchians to be “Captain Save A Ho”. Now my sons are being raised without a father, like bastards, and taught to despise both their earthly and heavenly fathers.

    I’ve never been guilty of anything more severe than a speeding ticket, in my whole life, and yet, per our laws I was publicly and falsely labeled as a sex/porn addict, and had my kids stolen based upon that false accusation. When I got two separate doctors to attest that they could find no evidence of any personality disorder or any sex/porn addiction, my sons were still withheld from me illegally, and I have been given nothing but contempt for my pain and suffering as a result of these false accusations. I have been trying for three years to get my own legitimate concerns, regarding my psych-med-popping wife, heard by the cunt-court, however, they have not been heard yet, and my lawyer thinks our chance of my legitimate concerns ever being given anywhere near the weight of my wife’s blatant lies to be nearly non-existent. I have for three years had over half of my wages taken and that is due to continue for at least another six years. I am also possibly at risk of having part of my inheritance from my parents stolen even though I did not inherit it until after my wife filed for divorce. My reputation has been ruined, my career put on hold, my finances have been squandered, my sons have been stolen and are being raised to defy their fathers, both earthly and heavenly, I have been treated like the worst of law breakers, yet without the presumption of innocence that criminals get. However, I’m not money minded, I hate my life and this world, and my only concern is to do what is best to see to it that this injustice does not continue. Ultimately I laugh at the ridiculous cunt-court there is no justice there, only some squealing cunt-pigs rooting in their own feminist sh1t.

    Furthermore the bitches are assailing me with endless paperwork. I was promised we were going to be using this time to work towards reconciliation, in the best interest of the children whom they have all collectively helped to kidnapped from their father. However, my wife is refusing to even discuss any joint counselling or evaluation that could lead to reconciliation. Why would she? Cunt court is happy to give her cash and prizes, and destroy her husband for marrying her, without her ever doing as she agreed. I’m willing to give my life to see that other men and their children are not treated this way. I haven’t done the paperwork, and at this point, nor will I. It’s just compliance testing. Will I continue helping them steal from myself? I’ll give Satan’s minions one last chance in court, but if I don’t get what I ask for, I’m upending their Feminist script. I’ve been longsuffering. I don’t believe in threats, so I won’t be making any.

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  5. RichardP says:

    @FB said: Furthermore, it is clear that she (Hilary) is not really about sacrificing for the [those?] close to her (any objections to this assertion?)

    Yup.

    This comment is not about the value (or lack of same) of individual politics. It is about the logic of the claim made.

    Hillary placed all of her extra energy into boosting the fortunes of her husband (a “those close to her”). Hillary was boosting the other at the expense of self (standing by while tales of infidelity floated in her face)..

    Amy placed all of her extra energy into boosting the fortunes of herself. That is, she has been boosting the self, not the other. The meme that is Amy says she cherishes and nourishes husband and family. Perhaps. But probably their cherishing and nourishing of her exceeds her cherishing and nourishing of them – because that family picked her to win, not him, and so that must be how the energy is focused (on her, not him).

    Farm Boy, what I have said here does not make your argument any less compelling. This is just a point of logic about Hillary and Amy that needs to be brought out.

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  6. Farm Boy says:

    Hillary placed all of her extra energy into boosting the fortunes of her husband

    It was all about her. She had her eyes on the prize from day one. Bill was just a means

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  7. Farm Boy says:

    What you are talking about is “soft” feminine power

    I am not sure it is that, at least how Deti describes it. It is more about a combination of values and “what you are inside”

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  8. Farm Boy says:

    Could you imagine Hillary with this many kids?

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  9. Sharkly says:

    Could you imagine Hillary with this many kids?

    Yes, if you include those that Bill had behind her back.

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  10. Farm Boy says:

    But then, is Chelsea really Bill’s kid?

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  11. Farm Boy says:

    I suppose that the Clinton Foundation could provide jobs for, and finance the weddings of seven kids

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  12. Sharkly says:

    But then, is Chelsea really Bill’s kid?

    I’m not sure if she belongs to Webster Hubbell or not, but judging by Chelsea Clinton’s butt-ugly looks, whoever fathered her, I’m pretty sure she must be the result of anal sex.

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  13. Larry G says:

    Feminine Virtue = Oxymoron

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  14. theshadowedknight says:

    The word for it is Caritas, if I remember correctly. It is a motherly sort of love. From that comes the Christian term charity, because they share similarities in the selflessness and caring nature of their love. That is what men want in a woman, because it means she will take good care of his children.

    Men should share erotic love with their wives, fraternal love with their friends, platonic love with their closest friends, and leave caritas to children, to whom it belongs. Men are no longer children, and finding comfort in the embrace of a woman is best done when in the throes of passion. That is where that impulse belongs.

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  15. Cheque d'Out says:

    It is a fun film, I have the dvd

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  16. Liz says:

    Looks like CRSR (Corsair) is going down today as fast as it rose (almost).
    Which is probably good. That’s the sort of thing that makes every kid think they can be a day trader. Our son needs a reality check.

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  17. Liz says:

    I was over 30 when I learned that lesson. Wish I’d learned it at 18.

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  18. Farm Boy says:

    One test as to whether a lady has it would be “would kids want her to be their mother?”

    Probably Chelsea wouldn’t admit the truth on this, but then Chelsea no doubt lies to herself about lots of things

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  19. Liz says:

    We watched the movie “Togo” last night. It was actually good.
    About the dog in Alaska that went on the run for diphtheria medicine. The lead dog who went over 200 miles (the dog team that did the brunt of the work), at age 12.

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  20. Hi guys! Obsessed with the election these days but still hanging in there!

    Happy Kracken Day 🍿🍿🍿

    * From this day forth, the Wed. before Thanksgiving will be known as Kracken Day and will be celebrated by eating popcorn! Lol.

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  21. If they had just left the gamers alone, they might not be saving the day right now! I love that!

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  22. More from the airplane guy!

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  23. This video provides back up to the above…

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  24. Who were the Kulaks?

    “a peasant in Russia wealthy enough to own a farm and hire labor. Emerging after the emancipation of serfs in the 19th century the kulaks resisted Stalin’s forced collectivization, but millions were arrested, exiled, or killed.”

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  25. Farm Boy says:

    Gratitude is an important aspect of mental health. This is why progressivism is big brick to throw in the clothes dryer of life, as it makes outrage a virtue and anger a requirement. Or, and don’t forget the flip side of anger, depression, and you have a sure-fire recipe for mental illness. So it’s no wonder that the progressive movement is filled with bitter, angry, miserable maladjusted perverts.

    http://ace.mu.nu/archives/391413.php

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  27. Farm Boy says:

    NEW YORK, NY—Just hours after Governor Andrew Cuomo accepted an International Emmy for his amazing, informative, not-at-all-filled-with-propaganda COVID press briefings, his Emmy award passed away of COVID-19, sources confirmed Tuesday

    https://babylonbee.com/news/just-hours-after-being-placed-in-cuomos-possession-emmy-statue-dies-of-covid

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  28. Farm Boy says:

    REDDING, CA—Families are wondering how to spend the holidays with their loved ones in light of state restrictions on family gatherings. One local family, dismayed that they couldn’t invite the people in their family to Thanksgiving dinner, decided instead to invite their favorite clumps of cells and share a meal with them.

    https://babylonbee.com/news/family-not-breaking-covid-restrictions-on-thanksgiving-by-having-related-clumps-of-cells-over-for-dinner

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  29. Farm Boy says:

    Follow the science

    Los Angeles County Health Officials Can’t Provide Data To Support Their New Outdoor Dining Restrictions

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/los-angeles-county-health-officials-cant-provide-data-to-support-their-new-outdoor-dining-restrictions

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  30. Farm Boy says:

    If you had to make the choice, who would you choose to be your Mom, Hillary or ACB?

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  31. Farm Boy says:

    Remember, Hillary has way more money

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  32. Farm Boy says:

    Belgians have been told that they can expect a knock on the door from police at Christmas if they are not properly following COVID-19 rules

    https://summit.news/2020/11/25/belgians-told-police-will-knock-on-doors-at-christmas-to-enforce-covid-rules/

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  33. Liz says:

    Some MMA guy said in his location the government announced that only 9 people can come to Thanksgiving dinner, but 30 can attend a funeral.
    He responded with:
    “I regret to inform you that our turkey has died. Funeral will be held on November 26th”
    😆

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  34. Liz says:

    Denver airport restaurants are packed.
    They have kept only one (very crowded) train open to save energy.
    Meanwhile they’ve closed the restaurants after five.
    The more I see the more convinced I am they are actively trying to make small businesses go under.

    [Which more important it is?
    To save electricity on a train or to “stop the spread” it is?]

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  35. Oh great, now our billionaire overlords will be with us forever…

    https://www.yahoo.com/news/human-ageing-process-biologically-reversed-153921785.html

    The ageing process has been biologically reversed for the first time by giving humans oxygen therapy in a pressurised chamber.

    Scientists in Israel showed they could turn back the clock in two key areas of the body believed to be responsible for the frailty and ill-health that comes with growing older.

    As people age, the protective caps at the ends of chromosomes – called telomeres – shorten, causing DNA to become damaged and cells to stop replicating. At the same time, “zombie” senescent cells build up in the body, preventing regeneration.

    Increasing telemere length and getting rid of senescent cells is the focus of many anti-ageing studies, and drugs are being developed to target those areas.

    Now scientists at Tel Aviv University have shown that giving pure oxygen to older people while in a hyperbaric chamber increased the length of their telomeres by 20 per cent, a feat that has never been achieved before.

    Scientists said the growth may mean that the telomeres of trial participants were now as long as they had been 25 years earlier.

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  36. Liz says:

    Closed restaurants outside of the airport, I meant to say.

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  37. Liz says:

    Oh great, now our billionaire overlords will be with us forever…

    With cloning technology our progeny can probably look forward to several Bezos, Zuckerbergs, Soroses, all at once.

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  38. Ame says:

    That drunk squirrel is hilarious! LOL!

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  39. This seems big:

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  40. Liz I think that is very true. Killing off the business class and centralizing to a few large govt approved sources sounds a lot like… 🤔

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  41. In many ways it feels like Chins is already running much of our country!

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  42. Ame says:

    Neither. Ever.

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  43. Ame says:

    Meant never hilz.

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  44. Cheque d'Out says:

    A very brave claim IMHO

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  45. Cheque d'Out says:

    Which is to say…highly debatable.

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  48. horsemanbombadil says:

    Two interesting articles if you have foresight to connect the dots.

    https://financialpost.com/news/retail-marketing/cheese-giant-enters-standoff-with-canadian-supermarkets-over-fines-as-pandemic-supply-challenges-mount

    One of Canada’s biggest cheesemakers is refusing to pay fines imposed by supermarkets for light shipments, anticipating rising consumer demand during the latest tide of coronavirus infections and lockdown orders.

    The blanket refusal flouts convention in the grocery business, where supermarkets have historically charged suppliers penalties when their shipments come up short. But some in the sector argue those fines are no longer fair given that food producers are facing volatile demand and a fresh wave of absenteeism in their factories as COVID-19 cases spike again

    But Food, Health and Consumer Products of Canada (FHCP), a major trade association for the manufacturing sector, said production capacity has dropped to around 80 per cent, on average, due to social distancing and other safety precautions on the factory floor.

    “There’s only so much we can make,” FHCP chief executive Michael Graydon said. “When the demand outstrips our capacity to make the products, it’s disingenuous to then turn around and fine us.”

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  49. horsemanbombadil says:

    https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2020-11-24/amazon-s-3-000-signing-bonuses-irk-workers-who-got-10-coupons

    The food producers cannot operate near capacity because of both safety protocols and sick calls.

    Non skilled production is hitting the labour wall. Fedex, amazon, walmart, farming. There is a finite supply of people willing to do grunt work even in bad times.

    The politicians and economists think “well the unemployed will do it”.
    Nope. Soft handed accountants wont take a factory job. City folk wont work the fields. Kids wont show up for work.

    Even if they could it takes months if not years to get the physical stamina and dexterity to do these jobs.

    Even if the vaccine comes tomorrow the new reality is going to cause shortages for years.

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  50. ikr says:

    Two interesting articles if you have foresight to connect the dots.

    They mean for us all to starve. The circumstances for Holodomir 2.0 are being set up.

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  51. horsemanbombadil says:

    The baseline for any society is the basic grunt work that people don’t want to do. The things no one wants to grow up to be.

    We have had two plus decades of large groups of these people. Illegals, the working poor.
    Groups whose normal life is worse than the hardship of this work.
    The risk reward tipped to reward. People would cross the border, take risky or demeaning jobs in search of a better life.

    Now risk of disease, little workforce migration (legal or not), etc. Have all raised the risk side.
    The better life is not much better than the alternative.

    So now there just are no workers to hire.

    And my old thesis, the bulge of boomers aging out, is still ticking.

    As much as they want it, tech and on line won’t magically solve things. You still need fulfillment, both of the order and of the soul of the worker.

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  52. horsemanbombadil says:

    Not sure if its intentional

    Most likely just people following incentives that the higher ups dont understand.

    Why me as at 55 can work a ten hour day any day I want on any farm in three counties.
    No one else can or will.

    But as the first story says Loblaws (grocers) think if they just raise fines, the product will magically arrive. In reality the farmers and middlemen will abandon them.
    I can get farm fresh eggs and milk any day I want because I have friends who produce them.

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  53. I don’t understand the story. Are they promising to ship quantities and not doing so, or are stores just not getting the quantities they want, even when told it’s not available?

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  54. horsemanbombadil says:

    This xmas Amazon, Fedex, food terminals, producers all will have to prioritize who gets their less than full capacity. And it wont be the uppers who do it. It will be the purchasers, schedulers, dock foreman who really decide.

    Rule #1 never ever ever threaten or piss off the supply sargent.
    Rule #2 when scrounging its as much who you know as what you got to trade.

    Bezoes and Loblaws has forgotten both.

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  55. horsemanbombadil says:

    Short fines are where the receiving dock notices the shipment is short and informs accounting who sends out a fine.

    E.g. you have a contract for 100 cases of food every week for a two year contract.
    Now mid contract the supplier only has 80 cases per week to ship for the rest of the year.
    So you fine the supplier for short shipping.

    Gives you power in the short term. Amazon is brutal for this.

    Until the shipper has to decide which four of five companies to supply even partially and tells the fifth they are walking away from the contract.

    Same with workers. Amazons abuse of warehouse staff is well known. With fedex, uber, etc all needing workers, they are just walking next door.

    The pool of grunts IS finite. Just ask any military recruiter or farmer.

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  56. Farm Boy says:

    Denver Mayor Jets Off to Houston After Telling People to Avoid Thanksgiving Travel

    I’m tired of saying this, but it’s still true: All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others.

    https://legalinsurrection.com/2020/11/denver-mayor-jets-off-to-houston-after-telling-people-to-avoid-thanksgiving-travel/

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  57. Farm Boy says:

    “Somebody says something, and somebody else says it, and then it just becomes truth,” Harvard University infectious disease expert Julia Marcus told the Times. “I worry about this narrative that doesn’t yet seem to be data-based.”

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/politicians-attacks-on-thanksgiving-gatherings-are-not-data-based-epidemiologists-say

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  58. So the grocers are now all owned by Big Paulie? Actually Big Paulie was more ethical.

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  59. Ame says:

    my thankful Thanksgiving story of the day:

    we bought our organic turkey from Whole Foods last week. i opened the fridge today, and due to the horrendous odor, it was obviously spoiled. i took it back and got cash since i’d saved my receipt. then she said she thought they might have a pre-cooked turkey and went to the back. sure enough, she had a pre-cooked-then-flash-frozen turkey that had already been thawed, that costs $30.00 more than the one i originally bought, and she gave it to me for free! which is what she should have done but which i was certainly not expecting. after dealing with a family crisis these last few days, i just wanted my money back and figured i’d pick up steaks or something. instead, i have a nice turkey, ready-to-eat, that i don’t even have to cook – which means i don’t have to touch a raw turkey (which totally grosses me out! 😉 ).

    so despite the intense stress of this family crisis that totally stressed me out, i am very grateful that the crisis ended today and that we have a turkey to eat tomorrow, esp since having a turkey to eat on thanksgiving is very important to my Oldest 🙂

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  60. Liz says:

    Mike has joked about running for Denver Mayor and his only platform would be to restart the train in the airport.

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  61. Farm Boy says:

    I drove through the local large airport a little while ago. Not many cars at all. Especially compared to other years that I had been there on Thanksgiving eve.

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  62. Farm Boy says:

    The world’s so-called “hottest doctor,” who has repeatedly called for mandatory mask laws and social distancing, was pictured maskless partying on a boat in Miami while surrounded by bikini-clad women.

    https://summit.news/2020/11/25/doctor-who-demanded-mandatory-mask-law-pictured-partying-maskless-on-boat-surrounded-by-bikini-clad-women/

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  63. Liz says:

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  64. Liz says:

    The world’s so-called “hottest doctor,” who has repeatedly called for mandatory mask laws and social distancing, was pictured maskless partying on a boat in Miami while surrounded by bikini-clad women.

    Rules only apply to the little people.
    Look at all those women with their mouths hanging open, too!
    They must be very important people.

    [But boobs they have]

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  65. Farm Boy says:

    Aren’t the hottest doctors the smartest doctors?

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  66. Liz says:

    PSA: Pecan pie is impossible to make at 2 miles up.
    This is something like my 20th attempt since moving here.
    It’s not going to work.

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  67. Liz says:

    Haven’t heard much about Ricky Schroder in years, but I just found out he put up a lot of money to bail out Kyle Rittenhouse. Good on him.
    https://www.vulture.com/2020/11/ricky-schroder-contributed-to-kyle-rittenhouses-bail.html

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  68. [video src="https://y.yarn.co/3b7621d7-7ccd-41af-8637-337e5295b910.mp4" /]

    Pe-can pie.

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  69. h0neyc0mb says:

    Do I need to send you the best shelled pea-cans in the world to help your .. eventual .. success?

    I only demand a pea-can pie in return ..

    And .. the best part is .. I live < 1 mile from his 103 acre farm.

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  70. “when your girlfriend leaves a break-up note on your PlayStation saying, “this isn’t working”, but you switch on the PlayStation and it’s working fine.”

    -youtube comment

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  72. Larry G says:

    way the fuck off topic again….

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  73. Sharkly says:

    The more I see the more convinced I am they are actively trying to make small businesses go under.

    Well, I remember democrats telling me around the time I had a small business that I didn’t build that. Oddly enough I got stuck owing a lot of money and getting the blame after things got ruined. So apparently if your small business goes under, then it is all your baby again. Lowlife commies are going to loot the producers in society, until we have little left of our once world leading economy.

    I’m generally underutilized at the moment. Mostly “John Galt”, due to a satanic fool wife who has been actively out tearing down her own house and everything about me, since the day we married. However, when I see what they are doing to struggling small businesses right now, I’m glad I don’t own one that isn’t recession-proof, shut-down-proof, riot-proof, looter-proof, dependent on public sales, commie-proof, confiscation-proof, blatantly capitalistic, owned by a White male, or in any way worth stealing.

    Pretty soon we may be living like the apostles, only without their monumental spiritual accomplishments and rewards:
    1 Corinthians 4:11 Even unto this present hour we both hunger, and thirst, and are naked, and are buffeted, and have no certain dwellingplace; 12 And labour, working with our own hands: being reviled, we bless; being persecuted, we suffer it: 13 Being defamed, we entreat: we are made as the filth of the world, and are the offscouring of all things unto this day.

    Not sure if enjoying the decline was the best strategy. I got to live a lot of good years, but my sons are going to have it really bad unless a great miracle of salvation is bestowed on our depraved nation.

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  74. Sharkly says:

    The more I see the more convinced I am they are actively trying to make small businesses go under.

    Well, I remember democrats telling me around the time I had a small business that I didn’t build that. Oddly enough I got stuck owing a lot of money and getting the blame after things got ruined. So apparently if your small business goes under, then it is all your baby again. Lowlife commies are going to loot the producers in society, until we have little left of our once world leading economy.

    I’m generally underutilized at the moment. Mostly “John Galt”, due to a satanic fool wife who has been actively out tearing down her own house and everything about me, since the day we married. However, when I see what they are doing to struggling small businesses right now, I’m glad I don’t own one that isn’t recession-proof, shut-down-proof, riot-proof, looter-proof, dependent on public sales, commie-proof, confiscation-proof, blatantly capitalistic, owned by a White male, or in any way worth stealing.

    Pretty soon we may be living like the apostles, only without their monumental spiritual accomplishments and rewards:
    1 Corinthians 4:11 Even unto this present hour we both hunger, and thirst, and are naked, and are buffeted, and have no certain dwellingplace; 12 And labour, working with our own hands: being reviled, we bless; being persecuted, we suffer it: 13 Being defamed, we entreat: we are made as the filth of the world, and are the offscouring of all things unto this day.

    Not sure if enjoying the decline was the best strategy. I got to live a lot of good years, but my sons are going to have it really bad unless a great miracle of salvation is bestowed on our depraved nation.

    OK, trying this again. Why does Askimet hate me? This is a duplicate comment, that I am trying to make go through. If you find the other in the spam folder you can publish it and delete this one.

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  75. Sharkly says:

    Aren’t the hottest doctors the smartest doctors?

    People gestated with the genetics and nutrition to produce a superior brain, are often superior physical specimens as well, taller and handsome, and Etc.
    However, intelligence by itself is not very attractive to women. Above about 120 IQ, it probably just builds a communication barrier with most average intelligence women and men.

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  76. Ame says:

    LOL Larry! i can picture you watching this and cracking up!

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  77. Ame says:

    years ago i met a man thru my first blog, and we’ve fb friends for many years now. he’s super smart, and we’d have these chats with multiple topics of conversation going at the same time. my Husband would sit with me, and we’d all have a delightful chat online. but i was also really glad i was able to look up words he used sometimes 🙂

    had a friend who knew him irl, and she said he was always very considerate of his higher intelligence. it didn’t surprise me, but it was good to know.

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  78. theshadowedknight says:

    That beast of a PA official is horrifying. Who thought putting a crazy man in charge of health when he’s so nuts he cut them off was going to end well? I don’t just need eye bleach for that thing, I need real bleach and a flamethrower.

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  79. Ame says:

    It’s officially Thanksgiving here in my neck of the woods, so I’d like to wish y’all a Happy Thanksgiving and to let you know I am very thankful for each of you 💖

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  80. Cheque d'Out says:

    Everybody expects Blue Tits in winter temperatures. However, I’m happy to report a local infestation of Great Tits too.

    Everyone loves Great Tits as we all know.

    [Like them very much I do.
    Better than your cock they would be]

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  81. Larry G says:

    Happy Thanksgiving, y’all

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  82. Larry G says:

    Uncle Hook will carve if there are no objections…

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  83. Larry G says:

    for those of you with a fairly low threshold of humor such as myself, part 2…

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  84. Larry G says:

    Lefty voters…..

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  85. Farm Boy says:

    ANDY HUANG, WHO SERVES AS CORE INFRASTRUCTURE MANAGER OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AT DOMINION VOTING SYSTEMS, PREVIOUSLY WORKED AT CHINA TELECOM, THE NATIONAL PULSE CAN REVEAL.

    China Telecom is wholly run by the Chinese government, and has been identified by the U.S. Department of Defense as having collaborated with the country’s military for over two decades.

    https://thenationalpulse.com/news/dominion-techie-worked-for-ccp-military-proxy-flagged-by-u-s-govt-for-malicious-cyber-activity/

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  86. Farm Boy says:

    “Liberal professors don’t like to hear that they are wrong. They love to talk about how we should fix things and how some group or the other is oppressed by white people (especially straight white males). They don’t want to listen to objective facts which would show that they are incorrect.”

    https://www.thecollegefix.com/depauw-u-ranked-dead-last-in-massive-free-speech-college-rankings-survey/

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  87. Cheque d'Out says:

    No shit, Sherlock

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  88. Cheque d'Out says:

    Watching those exploding actresses videos reminded me that I re-watched ‘The Mask’ recently. *sigh* Cameron Diaz back in the day. Looks and implied personality *sigh*.
    Ends up unable to get a date and with no kids.

    [Perhaps write a post you could]

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  89. Cheque d'Out says:



    Although not her only asset, I must admit that I love the smile and the character that it implies.

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  90. Cheque d'Out says:

    I did rather like There’s Something about Mary as well.

    Lauren Holly was rather nice in Dumb and Dumber. And Kingpin with Vanessa Angel.

    I think that the impression of being fun really tops off the attractiveness of a woman. Nowadays they seem to prefer looking bitchy and entitled

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  91. Cheque d'Out says:

    Brillo speaks out

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  92. Liz says:

    Cameron Diaz was beautiful in her youth, but she aged badly.
    I was surprised how badly she aged…she didn’t get fat, just old really quickly.

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  93. This thread is just…

    [Mind the infighting over there I do not]

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  94. Larry G says:

    My Mrs. has said that it doesn’t take a lot to keep me amused and distracted…a drunk monkey, a shrieking blue-hair fat, topless feminist on a slut-walk, watching one of my mentally challenged sisters’ attempt at roasting a Thanksgiving turkey or videos of exploding Hollywierd female heads I find hilarious…I’m a cheap date

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  95. Sumo says:

    Happy Gluttony Day, you filthy southern barbarians.

    [Come below the border and feed them well you should]

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  96. Farm Boy says:

    An Elvis impersonator in the UK was left all shook up after fools rushed in to his house despite the fact that the man appeared to be lonesome.

    https://summit.news/2020/11/26/video-elvis-impersonators-house-crashed-by-cops/

    [Do the Jailhouse Rock he soon will be]

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  97. Farm Boy says:

    [Biden about as Catholic as the Pope is he is]

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  98. Cheque d'Out says:

    A new folk classic

    Because when you put it on, people go ‘oh folk’

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  99. Farm Boy says:

    Sidney Powell Releases “The Kraken” in Georgia and Michigan Federal Lawsuits

    Very detailed allegations, which will have to be proven. But the big picture is, what does Powell expect a court to do? Will a Court really overturn an entire state election result

    https://legalinsurrection.com/2020/11/sidney-powell-releases-the-kraken-in-georgia-and-michigan-federal-lawsuits/

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  100. Cheque d'Out says:

    To be fair, I reckon that Biden is rather a palmist.

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  101. Cheque d'Out says:

    Labour’s internal power struggles threaten to FINISH them

    Stammer, the new leader, wants to ban discussion of Corbyn’s activities and beliefs.

    Have to admit that I can’t see the hard left leaving voluntarily, if they leave the party will need crowbars to remove fingertips from the door frame.

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  102. Cheque d'Out says:

    My favourite was Chicken in de basket

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  103. Cheque d'Out says:

    I thought that the VLR Liberator was the bigger factor (Very Long Range version)

    US Admiral King was told by the Royal Navy to use convoys in US waters. But he hated the English so he chose to ignore the well intentioned advice. There should be a special place in hell for leaders that get their own men killed because of their prejudices. IDGAF that he hated us.

    Huff-Duff, mentioned as a secret weapon, is High Frequency Direction Finding. Just accurate and fast triangulation of a radio signal.

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  104. b g says:

    Sumo

    C’mon the least you could do was provide a few culinary hints: like suggest that they stuff the dressing under the loosened skin under the breast to flavour the meat; first brown the bird then place it belly down for most of the cooking, returning it upright only to crisp the skin; then resting the bird upside down for half an hour to allow the juices to adjust throughout the meat; and then finally removing each half of the breast entirely before carving it across each breast rather than lengthwise for tender juicy slices…hey, just a few hints from an old Canuck ;-D

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  105. b g says:

    Hoping all the ‘Muricans are enjoying a Happy Thanksgiving ;-D

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  106. Cheque d'Out says:

    Happy Turkey Day y’all

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  107. Cheque d'Out says:

    Yuck. It’s 18:03 and I’m still getting repeats of the taste of this morning’s kippers on toast

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  108. Larry G says:

    roasted turkey breast

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  109. Cheque d'Out says:

    I’m so done with this fucking clown taking our foot off the throat of the beast? You utter tosser. And it’s not like I don’t take the virus seriously, it’s the lock down that I have severe doubts in.

    I guess that I just lack the inner serf that seeks a toff to suck up to.

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  110. Cheque d'Out says:

    Pfeffel (above)?
    Boris’ full name is Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson

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  111. Cheque d'Out says:

    “she didn’t get fat, just old really quickly”
    She really did.

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  112. Ame says:

    Larry, these are the kinds of videos i could watch all day 🙂

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  113. Cheque d'Out says:

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  114. Cheque d'Out says:

    Oh now this is just terrible news

    The European Union has only 36 days left to do two major things: one, decide on whether or not it wants to trade with the UK on our terms; and two, determine if it wants the 2021 to 2027 EU budget to be on the terms dictated by Poland and Hungary.

    The first decision, that of a Brexit trade deal, will have a direct effect on the UK. And the ball appears to be in the EU court to accept our proposals or part with a no-deal Brexit on WTO terms.

    And the second decision on the 1.8 trillion euro EU budget and coronavirus rescue package will have at least an indirect effect on the UK. So let’s take a quick look at that.

    But first a quick word on the five billion euros in the new budget set aside for Brexit emergencies.

    It turns out that president Macron of France – who is playing hardball over fisheries, wants the lion’s share of that fund to help bail out his coastal communities.

    “Having already frustrated European colleagues with this stance, Mr Macron now risks infuriating them by pushing to seize control of the Brexit fund.” Says the Express, and also quoting an unnamed EU diplomat as saying:

    “Certain member states began to see this whole fund as a sort of fish compensation fund. Almost exclusively for fish, and almost exclusively for France.”

    Anyway, back to the EU budget. Just to remind viewers, the next seven-year budget cycle for the EU starts on the first of January, which as I’ve said is only 36 days from now.

    The Commission has managed to put together a proposal that will easily pass through the EU Parliament and 24 of the 27 member state leaders on the EU Council.

    One budget with 27 countries, all with different interests, all with a veto.
    Hungary and Poland know that if this budget is passed then they have no way to stop Germany et al forcing them to take endless immigrants (or get no money from the EU).

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  115. Cheque d'Out says:

    Public support the cutting of the foreign aid budget. Big name MPs are aghast.
    Turd world leaders are left to buy their own 20th Rolls Royce Limo or Lear jet horror

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  116. Farm Boy says:

    I hope the EU squabbles forever

    Piss on us and tell us it is raining

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  117. Cheque d'Out says:

    Has to be worth a watch

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  118. Liz says:

    The video of the two year old brings back memories.
    We used to keep the boys busy for hours with pieces of wood, hammers and nails.

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  119. Liz says:

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  120. Ame says:

    Liz enjoying her piano 😉

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  121. Farm Boy says:

    kippers on toast

    My dad loved kipper sammiches. He’d open a can, and say nothing. Soon enough, the kids would come around and feast.

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    [The Brits have 4th of July they do?]

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  123. Moi says:

    @Sharkly: 25 November, 2020 at 5:18 am

    I usually don’t post at the places I lurk, but your post made me feel obligated to do so.

    Sharkly, I feel your pain as I went through and still dealing with the aftereffects of something eerily similar.

    My Ex lied to me about her past when we were dating, cheated on me before marriage, openly undermined me with the kids every chance she got, and even did things that could have severly damaged my career if my job had found out. Despite being very miserable and made to feel like I was nothing more than a cash machine, I put up with it for almost 30 years just to try and keep my family together. She filed for divorce and made many of the same claims about me that yours made about you. She had so poisoned the kids against me, that I haven’t seen or heard from any of them for over three years. In fact, I had been led to believe that she had even gotten them to stop talking with each other.

    What would have been a comfortable retired life for two, is now a single life living month to month, because a huge portion of my retirement has been taken from me.

    even with as grim as things appear right now and as miserable as you feel, you need to focus on the positive aspect that once your divorce is final, that you will no longer have to live a miserable life with a traitor.

    The best way to get your revenge, is to be happy without her. No matter how much it costs you financially or emotionally.

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  124. Cheque d'Out says:

    Welcome Moi, I’ve added a comment to the latest thread pointing back here

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  125. Gunner Q says:

    “The best way to get your revenge, is to be happy without her.”

    Exactly! The one universal constant of all our enemies is that they want us miserable.

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