Young Men – Avoid Hater-Haters

Over the past few years I have run across a few college students. Some of them are really into labeling other people as haters. In fact, they hate haters so much that they become hater-haters. Let us examine the situation in more detail.

It would seem that many are taught in college about the concept of a person being a hater. It is as if it a character trait; that is, that people are born/just have it. The only thing left to do is add something to hate. Naturally enough, this is a simple model. I rather like simple models, but they need to be effective. If they are not, you are more complex mode. Which is the case here. It does seem odd that the group who likes to promote nuanced understanding does see how their model breaks down so easily.

The obvious question would be: How did this person being labeled as a hater come to the beliefs that these people find so objectionable? Maybe he has a legitimate grievance. When one labels one a hater, it short-circuits any attempt to find the truth. For Universities to encourage such non-sense (even tacitly) is a disgrace. They are supposed to be the place of critical thinking and examining all perspectives.

My experience is that there are more female hater-haters than male. Often, the fellas just want to get their degree and go. So, if you ever run across a female hater-heater, walk the other way if you can. No good can come from it, for unless you are lock-step with them, you will eventually be labeled as a hater.

Exit Question — What happens to these people later in life?

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106 comments on “Young Men – Avoid Hater-Haters
  1. “My experience is that there are more female hater-haters than male.”

    Because it takes no talent, skill or effort and yet huge social rewards are received by doing so.

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  2. President Bai-den has had a busy couple of days:

    Though I think cancelling the Trump EO to keep the CCP out of our power grid is the one he actually needs to hang for. More to come I’m sure.

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  3. Female hater-haters also seem immune to the cog-dis that should result from such a stance, but I guess they’re just so overwhelmed by the power of their own moral awesomeness that cog-dis isn’t even a thing with them.

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  4. tb20driver says:

    It’s much easier to label someone as a “hater”, than to actually intelligently discuss why their position on an issue is wrong. “Hater” becomes a crutch, which is as easy to throw at someone as “raci$t”, “sexi$t”, etc.

    Later on in life people keep on using it, because it is easy to use and doesn’t require any real supporting information.

    it’s another example of “truth vs facts”.

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  5. SFC Ton says:

    What happens to them later in life? The ones who stick their landing get to be 1st ladies and VP’s of The United Sates of America. Some get jobs teaching the next generation of haters in college, others get jobs in the media etc and no one gives a shit about the rest.

    I don’t think women are very smart/ are the think for themselves type. Hell even the fairly smart ones are often so self absorbed they can’t see past their needs/ wants to consider someone else’s point of view

    I don’t think college educated folks are very smart/ are the think for yourself types regardless of sex

    Leftists are most def not very smart and most def not the think for yourself types.

    Combine the three and you have one extra stupid, extra selfrighteous, extra bitchy bitch. Rarely can they grasp the concpet of actions having consequences… like ending thatbpipe line will put 11k people out of work. Which means they never have to evaluate their lives or opinions

    These people are incapable of seeing anything outside of their bubble and they have the collective memory of a goldfish. They also tend to hate everyone doing better then them, which is almost everyone

    I have, for many years advocated for most beta type dudes to leave the country. Avoiding the hate the haters kind of bitches are just one more reason why.

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  6. Larry G says:

    Liz, you still here?

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  7. Ame says:

    Liz is taking care of her mother who developed a TBI (traumatic brain injury) from a fall. Please keep her in your prayers. This TBI has magnified her mother’s cruelty by a jillion and is sucking the life out of our sweet Liz. 😥

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  8. SFC Ton says:

    Liz is a better person then I am

    Liked by 3 people

  9. Larry G says:

    Thanks for the update, Ame

    Liked by 4 people

  10. Novaseeker says:

    When one labels one a hater, it short-circuits any attempt to find the truth. For Universities to encourage such non-sense (even tacitly) is a disgrace. They are supposed to be the place of critical thinking and examining all perspectives.

    That’s what they call a “legacy belief”.

    Academic freedom is out, “academic justice” is in. That is, the purpose of the university is not to find the “truth”, or to “examine all perspectives”. That is the “legacy goal” which is itself seen as a mere tool of power — in other words, seeking “truth”, as defined by logic, academic standards of epistemics and so on, was always a ruse, in this view, and merely served as a “prop for the existing power holders”. Therefore, the “new view” doesn’t seek “truth”, but instead seeks “justice” or a re-ordering of power as it sees fit. The universities are means to this end, just as they were, per the new view, means to an end under the “legacy approach” — the end then being the perpetuation of the cis/het/white patriarchy.

    So “haters” are simply those who stand in the way of the new agenda of “justice”. They must be “haters”, because for what other reason, per this view, could anyone stand in the way of “justice”? In the “new view”, everything comes down to power, and so anyone who has any issues with any of the edicts and precepts of the “new view” is, by definition, a “hater”, because they are “hating on people who are merely taking away their unearned, unjust power”.

    Using “logical arguments” against this is, as it should be clear by now, fruitless. It has no effect, because the “new view” has immunized itself from these kinds of criticisms pre-emptively, by labeling the entire system of logic itself as a mere invention of the pre-existing cis/het/white patriarchy as a tool to reinforce and entrench its power. The “new view” “sees through that” to view power relations “directly”, rather than through the lens of logic — and therefore is immune to criticisms based on logic. This is why the “movement”, such as it is, eschews logic and is based on slogans and emotions around the rubric of “justice” and “power” — that’s the entire basis of the “new view” to begin with.

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  11. Farm Boy says:

    In the prestigious Scientific American

    The ‘Shared Psychosis’ of Donald Trump and His Loyalists

    Forensic psychiatrist Bandy X. Lee explains the outgoing president’s pathological appeal and how to wean people from it

    I can explain Trump voters much better: they are people who don’t like being pissed on and told that it is rain

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  12. Ame says:

    Liz’s previous comments:

    Liz says:
    11 January, 2021 at 12:51 pm

    I am going through a very unpleasant time after mom’s traumatic brain injury.
    It seems to have enhanced every horrible trait she had prior, and taken out all the good.
    She requires 24/7 care.
    I was there for a week and a half, and must go back soon.
    In the meantime she has full time caregivers in the home (this is incredibly expensive).
    She is horrible to her caregivers and I’m not sure how long this will last, regardless of the expense.
    She is physically violent (but blessedly tiny). In the past few days we’ve had to take apart a shotgun (she brandished at the door, after someone knocked), several firearms my dad left, and the kitchen knives. She talks about killing people constantly. “I stab her in the back twice!” She has delusions.
    Back when I did clinicals in nursing school, I always hated the ones behind the locked door. That’s where the real crazies were. I see identical behavior in my mother now.
    Not sure what to do.

    KH, you worked in this industry how do you get someone committed?
    Anything we can do short of continuing to hemorrhage money into the care of this horrible person?
    We’ve started with the social worker who is trying to get her a psych evaluation.
    Can you believe they never did that after a traumatic brain injury?

    Liz says:
    11 January, 2021 at 12:56 pm

    Our neighbor across the street has covid.
    We are now the only ones on the block who haven’t had it (as far as we know).
    I have to stop myself from knocking on their door, giving them a hug and kiss and jumping into my car. Incubation period a couple of days and a few boxes of pop tarts….

    Liz says:
    11 January, 2021 at 1:06 pm

    Ever hear someone scream, “Why can’t I just die and do to hell? I want to go to hell!”
    It’s a treat.
    I have been irreparably damaged from this experience. We told the boys already to put us in a home. I’m not putting our kids through this. We’re going to make arrangements now just in case.
    For folks who say, “If I get like that, just shoot me”….you’re not doing your kids any favors.
    Obviously they can’t shoot you.

    Liz says:
    11 January, 2021 at 1:10 pm

    One really good thing that has come of all this, Mike has come to terms with his father’s suicide. He watched his own father go through the downward spiral of Alzheimer’s and picked his own exit when his health (and sanity) were starting to go.

    Sorry for the downer, I’ll be offline for a long while. Going to lurk from time to time.

    Liz says:
    11 January, 2021 at 2:10 pm

    Thanks, KH.
    We thought about Baker acting her, but from experience (Mike’s as a commander) it doesn’t seem appropriate since she wouldn’t receive treatment, just confinement. It would be a blessed reprieve though.
    She is also very manipulative (as she has always been…this trait survived it’s so wired into her hardware) and seems to be able to choose when to be a shrieking lunatic and when not to (to a certain extent). The caregiver called CIT yesterday but one of the neighbors talked it down.

    We tried to take her to the ER after four days home when she wouldn’t take any water. I thought at least they could start an IV (her oral mucosa was white she was so dehydrated).
    She has no impulse control and spends day and night walking back and forth constantly (to the toilet at night, maybe 12 times even though she doesn’t need it, I had to sleep next to her and get up every time so after many daysI wasn’t doing my best thinking).
    At the hospital she walked back and forth from wheelchair to chair, I stopped counting at 50 times the first hour. Then she got very angry about having to wait and after 3 hours stormed out. (called me a f*cking b*ch, hitting and so forth, it was quite a scene) there was no way to keep her there. The security people said there was nothing they could do.
    Now that I’ve had rest for a couple of days I can think more clearly again.
    Thank God for Mike.
    Take care, thanks again for the response.


  13. horsemanbombadil says:

    This is hilarious. I am literally laughing!

    1. Parenting IS hard. Shoulda stayed with the dad or slept with a guy who wants to be a dad.

    2. Kids do mirror and your son is showing her who she is, no yu go gurl here.

    3. She doesn’t like the person she is.

    4. She is stringing a series of curses because she cant drop f bombs in front of her child.

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  14. horsemanbombadil says:

    “I have to be a good person!” Said thru gritted teeth.


    (Sorry, a good person wouldn’t laugh.)

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  15. SFC Ton says:

    Logic has always been am inefficient tool of persuasion

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  16. /eric cartman voice/ No! No! Bad Boris Johnson! //eric cartman voice/

    “If you want to tax your citizens, then YOU tax your citizens.”


  17. SFC Ton says:

    May the Almighty bless and keep Liz and her crew

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  18. SFC Ton says:

    Want to win over Trump voters? Come up with eccnmoic and social plans that work for them.

    Which no one has done since…. the 1970’s? Maybe the 60’s on the socal front

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  19. re: single Mom video

    Why would publicly post something that makes you look like a lunatic? Are the “likes” or “snaps” or “head pats” really going to worth it vs. every decent guy you might have suckered in now knowing to stay the fuck away?

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  20. SFC Ton says:

    Going make a guess and say the decent guys aren’t on tiktok but she probably launched a 1000 captian save a ho and white knight boners

    Liked by 3 people

  21. Larry G says:

    re: single Mom video got a good laugh out of that. Just have to wonder why she is a single mom with an attitude like that? Maybe she should be thankful some guy put up with her shit just long enough to knock her up in the first place

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  22. b g says:

    Hang in there Liz, aging parents can be real grief.

    My Dad’s passage was difficult because of amount of morphine needed to dull the pain and his resistance because of the horror he had seen of wounded kids becoming addicted during convoys across the North Atlantic.

    Thankfully, my Mom’s intellect remains intact and she has always been optimistic. We spent most of the morning teaching her how to video chat on facebook, necessary because the family is scattered across four provinces, one territory, and three states. But hell, how many 93 year olds still watches her football team, wearing her team’s sweater, while enjoying a Morgan’s spiced rum and coke…adding a second drink if they are going to win ;-D

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  23. okrahead says:

    Liz, I have no advice… I will offer prayers for you and your family, for strength for you and your husband and for healing for your mother. To still honor your parents, even in this difficulty, is perhaps the testing that produces perfect patience (James 1).

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  24. Farm Boy says:

    Sen. Rand Paul says Biden’s push for raising minimum wage shows he hates Black teenagers

    Liked by 1 person

  25. Amazon, the company that killed Parler because people were talking about mail-invoter fraud among other things, is worried about mail-in vote fraud related to attempt to unionize one of their warehouses in Alabama.

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  26. I agree the decent guys probably aren’t on tiktok, but that is shit is now out there for anyone to look up.

    Captain Save-A-Hos and white knig-gits are on their own. Fuck ’em.

    Liked by 3 people

  27. Farm Boy says:

    Biden Says ‘I Don’t Know What I’m Signing,’ Signs Executive Order Anyway

    Liked by 2 people

  28. Sharkly says:

    Wow! I just discovered a great article in a Feminist women’s magazine:
    The author gets a whole lot of stuff right! Except for the author seems to mistakenly think that MGTOW starts with men’s unhealthy thinking, not with an unhealthy world, to which those men then naturally react in order to protect themselves. So there is still that lack of ordinary women taking any responsibility for the mess they created. Apparently radical feminists and their soy boys are to blame.(always somebody else’s fault)
    Please read the article. It is perhaps a sign that the Red-Pill message is gaining a bit more traction, even if it is only one Feminist author who is seemingly only asking to return to Complementarianism. The fact that a Feminist magazine published it at all is shocking.

    Hat tip to:

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  29. Farm Boy says:

    Toxic male fans


  30. horsemanbombadil says:

    Just saying

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  31. Larry G says:

    Little Brother is Watching You!!!

    “The Covert Human Intelligence Source (CHIS) Bill will, if passed into law, allow 22 state agencies, including the likes of Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC) and local councils, as well as the intelligence services and police, to recruit children as “covert human intelligence sources” — spies, essentially. Children aged 16 and 17 could even be used to spy on their own parents, and afforded certain protections to break the law while doing so.

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  32. Larry G says:

    Kinda brings a tear of joy to these eyes….


  33. Ame says:

    that’s scary, Larry 😦


  34. Larry G says:

    that is history, Ame..and it looks like the lessons of the past were not learned. Oh well, back to the classroom…

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  35. b g says:


    There were similar forces active in the USA, the UK, and Canada during the thirties…the largest group in the USA was the German American Bund. Just another thing that most never learned in “history” ;-D

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  36. Larry G says:

    And everyone’s favorite WOP, Benito Mussolini!


  37. Cheque d'Out says:

    Found it by accident (a favourite channel but a new video that I’d missed until today)

    American Nazis – The German American Bund

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  38. Sharkly says:

    For you foreigners who want to learn how to be more like us Mericuns, here’s a training video:

    Be like the good ol’ boy singing, and you’ll fit right in.
    If you can’t get the attitude learned, at least you’ll get a laugh.

    Liked by 2 people

  39. Farm Boy says:

    Tulsi Gabbard on Dems’ Terror Law: ‘We Don’t Have to Guess About Where This Goes or How This Ends’

    Liked by 3 people

  40. Farm Boy says:

    But forcing a conversation by putting critics in prison was exactly the type of discussion that the First Amendment prohibited (“Congress shall make no law…”). Carter notes that the law was enacted as “a response to a perceived crisis of misinformation and its potential to undermine trust in elected officials.” If Congress and President John Adams were happy to trample the Bill of Rights, then they deserved all the distrust they garnered. While not calling for reviving the 1798 law, the Post piece did fret that “allowing misinformation to proliferate in the name of absolute freedom of speech is also dangerous.”


  41. horsemanbombadil says:

    Today is the anniversary of the first Canadian case. So how we doing?
    Stats from the Globe and Mail front page tracker

    Cases. Total 747,357. Weekly 4,839. -22%
    Deaths. 19,094. 120. 2%

    Canada population 37,500,000

    So in a full year 1.99% (2 in 100 people) were infected, 0.05% (5 in 10,000) died out of the population.

    Yup zombie apocolypse.

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  42. horsemanbombadil says:

    By contrast California is roughly same population 39,500,000

    3,190,000 cases, 8%(8 in 100) 37,118 deaths 0.09% (9 in 10,000)

    Higher because you have Canada’s population in a space the size of B.C.

    Still not the zombie apocalypse.

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  43. b g says:

    Hmmm, okay…

    Liked by 4 people

  44. Mostly skimmed it. Seems like a “Build A Better Beta” RFC to me.


  45. Total cases as determined by the PCR tests that both WHO and CDC now say are now insufficient to diagnose covid by themselves?

    Cause of Death as determined by having one of those faulty diagnoses?

    Its turtles all the way down.

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  46. How not to SCIENCE!!!

    Late last week, Fauci told the New York Times that new science had changed his thinking on the herd immunity threshold — but he also admitted that his statements were influenced in part by “his gut feeling that the country is finally ready to hear what he really thinks.”

    Specifically, the fraction of people who would need immunity to SARS-CoV-2 (either through vaccination or recovery from prior infection) to extinguish the spread of the virus was initially estimated to be 60% to 70%. In recent weeks, Fauci had raised the percentage: from 70% to 75%, and then to 75%, 80%, and 85%.

    “When polls said only about half of all Americans would take a vaccine, I was saying herd immunity would take 70 to 75 percent,” Fauci said. “Then, when newer surveys said 60 percent or more would take it, I thought, ‘I can nudge this up a bit,’ so I went to 80, 85.”

    So heard immunity as a function of public opinion polls?

    Yeah, you’ll get better answers by calling Miss Cleo.

    Remember Miss Cleo?

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  47. I thought Mando was going to “save” Star Wars. Are Favreau and Filoni speaking out on her behalf?


  48. Tucker and Dale is pretty funny, but the blonde chick is the real high light of the film.

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  49. Gina was a sturdy babe back in the day:

    Don’t know why any dude would be interested in her now that she’s carrying an extra 60+ lbs.

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  50. horsemanbombadil says:

    At the current rate of infection, a wopping 2% per year, considering that includes the first few months before lockdowns, masks, etc.

    It will take FORTY YEARS to get to 80% infected for herd immunity naturally.

    Considering the new mRNA vaccines do not make you immune nor stop transmission (they lessen the amount of virus you get when you do get sick) I think I am good to wait a few years for a normal antibody vaccine to get here.

    Waiting two years would only increase my odds of even getting infected from 2% to 6%.

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  51. horsemanbombadil says:

    Besides at the current rate of 2% vaccinated per month (24% per year),

    it will only take FOUR YEARS to vaccinate everyone.

    As a straight white married male under sixty without major diseases I am last on anyones list to get protected so even if I wanted it I would be last.

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  52. Virginia public school teachers refuse to return to work until all the children are vaccinated too. None of the current vaccines, or those in the pipeline are considered safe for kids under 16 yet, though some testing is now occurring with kids 12-16 (not with my kids, you bastards).

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  53. Sumo says:

    Don’t know why any dude would be interested in her now that she’s carrying an extra 60+ lbs.

    I remember that the first time I saw Deadpool I thought to myself “why did they make Gina Carano wear a fat suit for this role?”, then I realized that it wasn’t a suit.

    Disappointment is not a strong enough word for it.

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  54. Looks like she started puffing up after her 2011 movie, Haywire. Damn, there are a lot of pretty big names in that movie for a MMA girl vehicle..

    Michael Fassbender
    Ewan McGregor
    Channing Tatum
    Antonio Banderas
    Bill Paxton
    and Michael Douglas.

    Directed by Steven Soderbergh.

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  55. Cheque d'Out says:

    Dear Joe…FRO Cunt

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  56. Cheque d'Out says:

    I’ve got Haywire on DVD. I quite liked Gina. It’s quite nice to have (iirc) realistic-ish fight scenes in movies. The ones that I’ve seen didn’t have her crushing male opponents that were bigger, she just did enough to get away from plausible opponents.

    Deadpool was the first time that I saw her in chunky form. I was somewhat sad.

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  57. Cheque d'Out says:

    I’m still wondering how frank my response will be to any request to make an appointment for a jab. I figure that I have a while to formulate it. I might ask them to schedule a few hours of the consultation required to enable me to give informed consent. And while I like my local practice, this wuflu thing has caused me to wonder just how clued up they are…or how much they’re willingly(?) just doing what they’re told. So, I’m not convinced that any amount of talking to them will leave me feeling informed. I’m not saying that I know better, I’m saying that I know enough to be cynical.

    I got the impression (from when I mentioned HCQ nearly a year ago) that they were well aboard with it being scary dangerous narrative, despite it having been the recommended prophylactic for Malaria in some parts of the world for decades now. Some people have literally been taking it daily for years.

    The official UK ‘trial’ of HCQ had them giving doses >10 the normal maximum (iirc) to patients already well along the path of infection. So they were giving a drug that is known to maybe cause heart issues to people whose hearts might well already be under a lot of stress trying to pump bllod through lungs choked with clots. People died. Sadly it wasn’t the murderers designing the trial. Apologies if I’ve misremembered the details or fallen for misinformation…obviously.

    I’m wondering whether to go with, “Thanks, but no thanks for the vaccine. When can I swing by to pick up some Ivermectin? And possibly some azithromycin (or somesuch)?”, I have the zinc already.

    I’m very unhappy at the antics of the UK and US medical ‘experts’. Most displeased. Let alone out catastrophuck politicians.

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  58. I didn’t see the movie, but remembered that she did it, though I actually thought it came out 5-6 years earlier than it did. Looks like she was still in good shape during the filming, but in a lot of the publicity photos (IMDB) afterwards she starts looking puffy.

    She’s been in 1-2 things each year, but nothing of note until Deadpool and then some more crap until Mando. Just not much a need for Girlzillas in most flicks.

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  59. Cheque d'Out says:

    Having had 5 years of remoaniac bullshit getting to here (probably, mostly somewhat detached from the EU), I really doubt that many Brexiteers give a shit what Joe thinks about us being part of the EU. I’d definitely have preferred The Donald to have four more years but he was beaten by the swamp, so he’s gone. Joe’s opinion can go swivel. IDGAF if the majority of the world is against us, bring it the fuck on. Had enough of this bollox. Next we need BloJo’s Build Back Better to go fuck itself too. The Greens got under 3% of the vote at the last GE, nobody wants his bullshit. There may be ructions ahead…

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  60. Zinc is getting hard to come at my local grocery store. Luckily I have a couple of “extra” bottles on the shelf.

    I’m going to say I’m waiting for the J&J old tech version of the jab, and then say I’m waiting to see how people do. By then I don’t think covid will be a thing anymore, it’ll be something else.

    Don’t know what it will be, but if I can have my druthers…

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  61. SFC Ton says:

    Still not the zombie apocalypse.

    Plus no one cares what happens to people in California

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  62. SFC Ton says:

    I’m still wondering how frank my response will be to any request to make an appointment for a jab.

    I have spare bedrooms and two really nice campers with long line of sights

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  63. Speaking of line of sight…

    I thought, “Hey, that looks real pretty, but …”


  64. SFC Ton says:

    I saw dead pool! Onky recall once chick from it so the rest must be unfuckable


  65. Yep.

    I can’t remember her character’s name, but nobody really cares about her name.

    Liked by 1 person

  66. Cheque d'Out says:

    Preferred her in Firefly.

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  67. Sumo says:

    Morena Baccarin.

    I know this because I spent the past month binge watching Gotham on Netflix.

    Liked by 2 people

  68. Ame says:

    Memorandum of Law

    TO: Members of the United States Senate
    From: KrisAnne Hall, JD
    RE: HR24 – Impeachment of Donald John Trump, President of the United States for High Crimes and Misdemeanors
    Date: January 13, 2021

    Because President Donald Trump’s speech does not meet the two-prong test as established by the Supreme Court, it must be concluded that his speech has not risen to the level of criminal activity. Since the standards of due process lead us to conclude that no crime was committed, the House Impeachment accusation is unlawful as there was no violation of a “high crime or misdemeanor.” Finally, because the criminal elements of inciting are not met, President Trump cannot, under the law and the Constitution, be convicted by the Senate at trial.


  69. Ame says:

    my Husband was around a bunch of medical professionals the other day and kept hearing over and over how they’re all getting sick from that jab.

    and then i keep hearing people actually congratulating one another for being *brave* and taking that thing. sheesh. people have lost their ever.livin.minds.

    friend’s kid was sent home from school stating the kid had been exposed to woohoo a week prior and now needs quarantine.

    people have lost their ever.livin.minds.

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  70. Ame says:

    this was informative (and short)

    The Precedent for After Office Impeachment
    By KrisAnne Hall, JD

    On March 23, 1775 Patrick Henry gave a very famous speech. In that speech he said:

    “For my part, whatever anguish of spirit it may cost, I am willing to know the whole truth; to know the worst, and to provide for it.”

    The facts I am going to provide may cause aguish to some. However, if you will follow me all the way to the end, I will show you that the knowledge of this precedent as preparation and instruction, could cause as much good as distress.

    – – – – – – –

    Trump Impeachment DOA in Senate
    He will be neither convicted nor barred from holding public office.
    David Catron by DAVID CATRON
    January 24, 2021, 11:30 PM

    , where the Democrats are already preparing a performance they plan to debut during the second week of February.

    But the show will be a flop. As professor emeritus at Harvard Law School Alan Dershowitz writes at the Wall Street Journal, “Now that Donald Trump is a private citizen, the Senate should dismiss the article of impeachment against him for lack of jurisdiction…. Beyond the constitution, there are strong policy and historical reasons an incoming administration shouldn’t seek recriminations against its predecessor.” In other words, the Senate lacks the authority to try a former official, and it would be dumb politics. Trump’s populist movement is by no means dead, and few of his 74 million voters believe he incited insurrection. Consequently, Senate Republicans are getting cold feet.

    – – – – – – –

    my question all along has been … if these politicians, who were elected by local people to protect the rights of those local people, are spending all their time doing things that prevent them from caring for their local people, why are those local people allowing them to stay in office?



  71. SFC Ton says:

    Still blows my mind they come with names. I’ll stick to aling them all darling

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  72. SFC Ton says:

    medical professionals the other day and kept hearing over and over how they’re all getting sick from that jab.

    I own a medical professional and she got sick for 9 months after I jabbed her

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  73. SFC Ton says:

    I prefer her neikkid and leaking my baby batter

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  74. Fewer miles on her back then.

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  75. Ame says:

    LOL! So miss Ton when he’s not around!

    Anymore on the way?!


  76. SFC Ton says:

    New granddaughter in October

    Was some scary shit. At one point the doc told me and the son in law he could explain what’s going on or try and save her life. So we walked away and did some serious beseaching of the Almighty.

    It was at one point a real the hand of God type of intervention to save the both of them, but they are both do8ng well now with no likely long-term harm

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  77. I didn’t watch Gotham. I didn’t understand the concept when it started of having a Batman show without Batman.


  78. Ame says:

    oh, Ton, i’m so thankful. so very thankful. it’s amazing to me, with all this modern technology, how fragile life can still be sometimes, including in childbirth. Thank You, Jesus.


  79. I kinda have a huge platonic crush on Lin Wood. Not that I also don’t have huge crises on ya’ll too!

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  80. Crushes. Damn autocorrect! Lol.

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  81. Ame says:

    Bloom – how are you? been concerned … hope you’re okay 🙂

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  82. And I am fine. Been nose deep in following all the news that hasten made the news! It’s an unpaid full time job! Lol. But I think it’s all going to be ok. God willing! 🙏🙏🙏

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  83. Ame says:

    God wills. In His ways and in His time 😊


  84. SFC Ton says:

    Us too Ame!

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  85. Farm Boy says:

    Would it surprise you to find out Dr. Fauci is the highest paid employee in THE ENTIRE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT?


  86. Farm Boy says:

    A video out of Texas shows a police officer threatening to taser a man for not wearing a mask inside a gas station store.


  87. Farm Boy says:

    Chicago is off to one heck of a start, with 144 violent carjackings notched in the first 21 DAYS of the year


  88. Farm Boy says:

    Police in the UK enforcing coronavirus lockdown restrictions are threatening people with £200 fines if they engage in snowball fights or sledging.


  89. Farm Boy says:

    In Hard-Hitting Press Conference, Press Demands To Know Biden’s Favorite Disney Princess

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  90. Farm Boy says:

    Wa Post ‘Fact Checker’ Admits Team Will Not Bother Checking Biden Claims.
    They spent the entirety of Trump’s Presidency charging everything he said was a lie, but will ‘assume’ Biden won’t make any false claims

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  91. SFC Ton says:

    Massachusetts professor: “The term ‘Nazi’ is ‘not strong enough’ to describe Trump supporters.”


    The party of unity at work

    They really are terrible. Tim Pool, who is supposed to be some kind of love everyone centris is clearly anti Southern White

    There is no unity to be had and if we were a smarter people we’d be figuring out how to dislove the union in the most peaceful terms possible

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  92. Cheque d'Out says:

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