Young Men — The Fog Lifting


A fella in his late teens and twenties is strongly affected by his raging hormones. Sometimes the ladies are all he can think about. At the same time, young men normally are just not that wise. As I mentioned in a previous post, I didn’t consider myself somewhat wise until 25, and then just barely so. All of this leads to a fog; where a young man just doesn’t see the world well.

This changes as a fella gets into his thirties. If he has been a bit introspective, he is wiser than his previous self. Furthermore, the hormones are not raging quite so much. If the young fella is paying attention, the fog has lifted.

What are the implications of all of this? One should be extra careful with decisions about the ladies in the twenties. Maybe get advice from older fellas. They have hopefully seen much, and know much. Even in the thirties, it is still a good idea to seek advice.

A fella should know his limitations, and the fog of the twenties can be a limitation.

Posted in Dating????, FarmBoy, HowTo, Marriage
119 comments on “Young Men — The Fog Lifting
  1. Farm Boy says:

    How wise were you in your twenties?

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  2. I gave up my teen-aged amateur status and was pro-level stupid during my 20’s. I’m still climbing out of that hole. Should get out just in time to be put in a new, permanent one.

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  3. Gunner Q says:

    “How wise were you in your twenties?”

    Wise enough to listen to my elders’ advice. Foolish enough to think they meant well.

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  4. My father’s advice was hot garbage on EVERYTHING. I’m not saying he did it on purpose, but I’d really would have been a lot better off without him saying a damn thing.

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  5. professorGBFMtm2021 says:

    How wise was I in my twenties?
    ALABAMA-MAN wise,of course!
    Always going to bowling alleys&drinking beer,while chewing southern tabbaco with chewbacca,my southern Kashyyyk wookie wingman!
    P.S.What happened to my jokers daughter comment on last post?Is akismet coming after good ole’ southern white boys like alabama-man,chewbacca&myself?
    ExtraP.S.I was’nt going to freference south park again?

    [A mutual friend have we do]

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  6. Red Pill Apostle says:

    Farm Boy, Funny thing you mention 25 when you began to feel like you had any wisdom. It about that time that our brains become fully developed. Ironically, the last part of the brain to develop is the portion that assesses risk. If you look back on your teens and early 20’s and ponder, “What the hell was I thinking back then” that is part of the reason why.

    Part of wisdom is being open to learning from the people that have gone before you. There are enough men today, me included, that have relearned hard lessons about women that I have a glimmer of hope for my sons’ generation. At the very least they will have information about women and marriage that I did not have when I decided to restrict my options to one. My prayer is that they apply it to their lives.

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  7. Larry G says:

    “How wise were you in your twenties?”

    dang…by the time I hit 20 I had already been up close and personal with Communist soldiers who did not have my best interest in mind, been to some 15 foreign countries, discovered the excitement of hookers and cheap local wines, a steady (but small) paycheck and the ability to tell my step-dick to go fuck himself…then 21 came around

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  8. professorGBFMtm2021 says:

    You know, I had forgotten peter mayhew(Naturalized white southern texan C.S.A. citizen from’05 on!),had moved to texas to marry angie in ’99 &around that time wizard: the comics guide until’11 &others started talking about how bad the light side actors were at conventions,which would get me power-bombing people left&right like sid eudy&kevin nash,,LOLZLOLZ!I have to do that to let people know when I’m joking around?I clearly know alot of pop-culture&womminz stuff,which usualy collides in unpredicable ways,like when I told a woman coming out of grocery store,that time had stopped&up in the air was nuclear missle was about to hit our town!
    P.S.Thats from ”new” twilight zone episode ”a little peace&quiet”See how I put together stuff at random now?
    ExtraP.S.Always expect the unexpected in my comments,regarding ,how I approach posts,of course!

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  9. b g says:

    Okay, I had to laugh ;-D

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  10. okrahead says:

    I really hope my kid makes better decisions in his twenties than I did in mine. I cringe at the thought of having to tell him how I know some things are really stupid.

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  11. okrahead says:

    Of course I will have to tell him. In retrospect I wish I would have listened to my grandfather (greatest generation) more and my dad (boomer) less. Grandfather would’ve been classified as “ultra based red pilled” today. Dad always thought all that stuff was crazy. For me the red pill was finding out grandad was right all along about pretty much everything.

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  12. okrahead says:

    Forget the dodgeball, let them eat a gloved fist every now and then.

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  13. horsemanbombadil says:

    Of course it was 1984 to 1994 but in my twenties I:

    Attended trade school and graduated with a tech degree fully paid by myself by working summers and weekends. 0 loans, each semester paid in cash.

    Dated three girls, found a good one and got engaged to her in 6 days.

    Saved for and paid for our own wedding at a community centre and a budget honeymoon (our only international trip until our 50s.) Her folks bought her dress we paid for the rest.

    Served in Yugo because my family has always served our country.

    Lived in a basement apartment saving for a 20% down payment on a semi detatched 30 year old house. It was 2 miles off the end of 27 left at Pearson. You could count the wheel lugs of the 737s configuring over our house. You got used to the noise but it was affordable.

    Attended night school on a second degree while working 50+ hours a week as a junior analyst.

    Got Mrs pregnant with our first.

    Planted a 200 plant rose garden and built a deck as Mrs belly grew.

    Provided ice chips and manly calmness during 32 hours of labour and a final C section of a 6 weeks premature delivery.

    Asked my best mate, my next door neighbor, a kenyan born Bangladesh raised ex Brit trooper

    All between my 20th and 30th birthdays.

    But we didn’t have a vcr, cell phone or computer in the house in that entire decade.

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  14. horsemanbombadil says:

    Oh and that whole time I didn’t know shit.

    Strong like Bull! Smart like Streetcar!!

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  15. horsemanbombadil says:

    My indian mate I asked to be the godfather of my firstborn.

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  16. professorGBFMtm2021 says:

    Dodgeball has’nt been the same since the ’80’s am I, not right? P.S.The last glimpse of it was ’04’s true to life documentary dodgeball:a true underdog story for all millienials&zoomers who get spiked gauntlets to the face.right also?

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  17. Sumo says:

    I’m a little surprised that I lived through my 20’s. As best as I can recall, I was involved in about 300+ bar fights (I was a bouncer), instigated maybe 50 violent arrests (mall cop), demolished my knee, and weathered a half a dozen concussions. Then I switched over to law enforcement, and the fun really started.

    Oh, and there were also three or four skanky bar sluts that I managed to…..fraternize with and somehow avoided contracting any nasty social diseases.

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  18. SFC Ton says:

    Early 20? Red Pill as it gets, informally red pill but a natural born asshole and sexist

    Mid 20’s is when I started listening to peopels advice and blue pilled myself.

    Divorce re-read pilled me, though I didn’t do much but recover from that divorce fiscally and my 1st ied/ serious injury.

    Was back in full swing by 32

    My son at 20? Pretty dang red pill and like I said beofre, is committed to his baby momma but still no indication he’ll fuck up and marry her

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  19. Cheque d'Out says:

    Look at this!

    Lucky bastards! 13 MRLP candidates. So much choice that it’s crazy. Although there might be a tiny issue with dividing the core MRLP vote…maybe.

    MRLP = Monster Raving Loony Party

    Only a complete Loon would vote for any of the usual parties.

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  20. Cheque d'Out says:

    https://www.mylondon.news/news/west-london-news/looniest-election-13-official-monster-20351542
    The Monster Raving Loony Party has a history of staging stunts which often brighten up elections.

    The party was set up in 1983 by the musician David Sutch, also known as “Screaming Lord Sutch, 3rd Earl of Harrow, or simply “Lord Sutch”.

    The “Raving Loony” name first appeared at the Bermondsey by-election of 1983.

    There have been numerous spin-offs from the main party including the Cambridge University Raving Loony Society (CURLS) and the “Oxford Raving Lunatics”.

    One of their ‘wacky’ policies has been to abolish income tax because they believe it was only meant to be a temporary measure during the Napoleonic Wars!

    The OMRLP has fielded candidates since 2001, with reduced success and losing their deposit. “Top Cat” Owen is the only member of the current OMRLP to poll over 1,000 votes – he polled 2,859 votes in the 1994 European elections.

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  21. SFC Ton says:

    One of their ‘wacky’ policies has been to abolish income tax because they believe it was only meant to be a temporary measure during the Napoleonic Wars!
    ……..

    Our 1st income tax is gift of me linclon’s war but direct taxation is also one of the stealth ways the government controls peoples behavior

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  22. “I’m a little surprised that I lived through my 20’s.”

    Same. When I turned 30 I was like, “Really, I ‘made’ it to 30?”, and I didn’t have near the excitement of most of you.

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  23. SFC Ton says:

    LOL my 1st face to face fuck you grim reaper happned beofre I was 30.

    You’d think he’d be a lot cooler, considering all the bidness I sent his way

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  24. Farm Boy says:

    In the truly horrific video footage of the crime scene, the suspects are visibly terrified as they step out of the capsized vehicle and run from the scene. However, it seems that the girls’ terror is not from the gruesome, violent crash that they’ve just caused. Rather than acknowledge the fatally injured Anwar lying on the street, one of the girls expresses concern over her phone being left in the car.

    https://thechicagothinker.com/not-all-crimes-matter-to-the-mainstream-media/

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  25. Farm Boy says:

    A man could spend days searching for a woman’s past online and still come up empty. But the proof is in the pudding. You can get a taste of her history from her appearance and mannerisms — IF you know what to look for.

    I used to believe that only men were clueless about this, but that it was evident to females. But during a discussion with my wife, I learned that women are also completely unaware of how, and how much, a woman changes after she becomes sexually active

    https://sigmaframe.wordpress.com/2021/04/09/revisiting-the-beauty-of-purity/#comments

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  26. Cheque d'Out says:

    Hamster LIVE! CME Men’s Conference

    Still live. Don’t forget to rewind

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  27. Ame says:

    okay … i know this is about the guys in their 20’s 😉

    met my first husband at 19 and married him at 21. encouraged him to apply for grad school b/c it was his passion, then worked while he went to school full-time. supported and encouraged him in his career. moved several times for all of that. end of 20’s built our first house together – we ended up building two houses together, something we were really, really good at doing together (they say that splits couples, but we were great at it). waited till he was ready to have kids – that was in my 30’s.

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  29. Farm Boy says:

    “There are many examples where disease emergencies reflect our increasing inability to live in harmony with nature,” Fauci’s paper insists. “Living in greater harmony with nature will require changes in human behavior as well as other radical changes.”

    It goes without saying that the proper way to live in harmony with nature would be to live in caves, hunt buffalo for food, and die at an average age of 38. Fauci’s $2 million D.C. house with its 5 bathrooms and 6,500 square foot lot size, is not in harmony with nature.

    http://www.danielgreenfield.org/2021/04/fauci-blames-coronavirus-on-our-failure.html?m=1

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  30. Farm Boy says:

    As protests broke out across the country in the name of Black Lives Matter, the group’s co-founder went on a real estate-buying binge, snagging four high-end homes for $3.2 million in the US alone, according to property records.

    Patrisse Khan-Cullors, 37, also eyed property in the Bahamas at an ultra-exclusive resort where Justin Timberlake and Tiger Woods both have homes, The Post has learned. Luxury apartments and townhouses at the beachfront Albany resort outside Nassau are priced between $5 million and $20 million, according to a local agent.

    https://nypost.com/2021/04/10/inside-blm-co-founder-patrisse-khan-cullors-real-estate-buying-binge/

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  31. Farm Boy says:

    It’s been some five weeks since Texas lifted its mask mandate, and there has yet to be an explosion of COVID-19 cases.

    It’s something Dr. Anthony Fauci can’t quite explain.

    “I’m not really quite sure,” he told MSNBC this week.

    https://nypost.com/2021/04/10/fauci-not-sure-why-texas-doesnt-have-covid-uptick-after-nixing-masks/

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  32. Speaking of dodgeball…

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  33. Raining today, but hopefully we can get the Spring Sports season started this week.

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  34. Sumo says:

    LOL my 1st face to face fuck you grim reaper happned beofre I was 30.

    I forgot to mention the time I was dragged down the street by a car.

    The bar I worked at was not the nicest spot in town. 😀

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  35. SFC Ton says:

    You really aren’t the smart kind of zipper head 😉

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  36. Larry G says:

    “The bar I worked at was not the nicest spot in town.” Not white, right?

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  37. Cill says:

    My mother wept with relief when I reached the age of 30

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  38. Larry G says:

    Heil Kitty!

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  39. Cill says:

    There are 300+ genders now. Try to keep up, Larry.

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  40. Larry G says:

    “LOL my 1st face to face fuck you grim reaper happened before I was 30.”

    well, ignorance can be bliss…I distinctly remember the first time I heard the sound of a 7.62×39 passing overhead before I knew what it was..

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  41. Farm Boy says:

    The WHO made pronouncements that protected China and blocked the world from the truth, leading to catastrophic consequences.

    “This corona crisis, according to all we know today, must be renamed a corona scandal, and those responsible for it must be criminally prosecuted, and sued for civil damages,” he said. “On a political level, everything must be done to make sure that no one will ever again, be in a position of such power as to be able to defraud humanity, or to attempt to manipulate us with their corrupt agendas.”

    https://lidblog.com/lawyers-suing-who/

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  42. Sharkly says:

    I think my parents trained me up right, mostly. I got through High School in 3 years and then went straight to college to get my aerospace degree. I decided to get serious about my faith, and bought a mobile home at 23. I worked hard and was helping to certify the avionics systems on the Citation X at 25. At 27 I quit the experimental avionics and started my aerospace/defense parts manufacturing business. My only foolishness in my 20’s was probably my death defying driving. The school had taught me how to drive, not my parents. Or maybe all the squats and leg press gave me a strong right foot. Anyhoo, I waited until my thirties to get stupid by landing myself in a horrible marriage, which was a constant source of trouble, and it has been pretty much downhill ever since. I’ve already lost what most others can scarce dream of attaining. Started off poor, got rich, then back to poor again. Been going Galt for the last decade, basically, while focusing on saving my kids from my crazy wife’s headlong homewrecking effort to destroy their home and childhoods. I might be divorced in less than a month, if a miracle doesn’t happen. Maybe then I’ll be able to reorient myself and figure out a new way to apply myself without that ball and chain. I really don’t mind being poor, but it’d be nice to have the “fook off money” again. And have everybody back trying to kiss my ace, like they all were when I was the golden boy. Of course all success depends on God’s providence. A pastor once speculated that my great change of fortune was because I was now unequally yoked to an unbeliever, that God wasn’t blessing me. We’ll soon see if getting unyoked makes a difference, I guess. We shall see. I’ve got some ideas, but I can’t share them or begin them until the cunt-court is done doing their evil.

    Proverbs 22:6 Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it.

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  43. Farm Boy says:

    So Genevieve, the state’s star witness on what the cops did wrong, testified that she would have done pretty much everything the officers did. But she would have been a lot bossier about it.

    https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2021/04/another_clearer_take_on_the_chauvin_trial.html

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  44. whiteguy1 says:

    I hope y’all had a good weekend, mine was quite good.
    I invented a new lens mount for a couple of canon’s new supertelephotos, finished a stupid hard 500 piece puzzle in less than 5hrs, rode my motorcycle to Waffle House for breakfast Saturday morning, and again got a 1.5hr ride in this morning with a buddy before church.
    Even a couple of beers sprinkled here and there.

    Though I had to take it REAL easy out there, motorcycle came back from the shop running strong but the new tires still have their whiskers on them and they are sketchy as hell. The only way to fix that is ride them some more of course!

    This is very on topic, in my 20’s I would have thought this was a wasted weekend, HA! How stupid is that!

    And you know what gents, not a single split tail was involved in my weekend unless you count the waitresses bringing me food. Glorious.

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  45. whiteguy1 says:

    Just got to show her off since she got washed at the shop.

    https://ibb.co/HKcBddt
    Ton he put a better clutch pack inside the main and did some tweaking on the jets. Runs like a top now.

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  46. whiteguy1 says:

    Lemme try it again.

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  47. whiteguy1 says:

    Crap, can some of y’all more WP guys help me out here?

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  48. whiteguy1 says:

    [url=https://ibb.co/GJyTbHd][img]https://i.ibb.co/g7NVB4r/Ruby1.jpg[/img][/url]
    [url=https://ibb.co/HKcBddt][img]https://i.ibb.co/qDH755N/Ruby2.jpg[/img][/url]

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  49. Sumo says:

    Mighty Sumo is mighty.

    For anyone who might be confused, that’s whiteguy’s bike. And it’s a beaut.

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  50. whiteguy1 says:

    Thanks Sumo! For a ‘canuk you ain’t half bad!

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  51. Cheque d'Out says:

    It is a beaut. Confirmed

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  52. SFC Ton says:

    Dig the old school vibe

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  53. SFC Ton says:

    I spent the weekend getting drunk and oppressing some White chicks

    Pretty close to signing on my next project house so I might as well be a hendosit while I got the free time

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  54. Liz says:

    Sat in the airport for hours today. First flight was cancelled, then lots of delays.
    I couldn’t get a flight out so I went back to Mom’s house.
    All of Florida was covered in storms.
    Found out yesterday that a close friend of ours died of cancer. We didn’t even know he had it (last time Mike spoke to him was January).
    He was an f16 pilot, and also a musician.
    He played the drums and a couple of other instruments…but he played the drums on Saturday Night Live a few times.
    RIP Mooc (his callsign).

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  55. Cill says:

    whiteguy, fixed it for you. See the bike at 10:35 pm y’all.
    I’ve been out or I would’ve done it earlier.

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  56. horsemanbombadil says:

    True to explain whether you be Christian, Toaist or other. The Almighty created the Beginning, the trinity of Space, Matter and Time.

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  57. Farm Boy says:

    [Watch the video you should]

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  58. RichardP says:

    Said the clay to the potter: Do you know what you are doing?

    How can the created ever understand the nature, mindset, and skillset of the creator that he (the created) should know the standard(s) against which the creator measures his own success?

    If we are not created, those questions in the video are irrelevant.

    If we are created, the answers to the questions are not understandable by us, the created. The created are in their own venn diagram circle. The creator is in his own venn diagram circle, within which the circle of the created resides – swallowed up inside the venn diagram circle of the creator. The created are limited to what they can know within their own venn diagram circle. What hubris to think that the created can use what they know from inside their circle to explain and judge what exists outside their venn diagram circle.

    Sitting inside its venn diagram circle, the clay is surrounded by the much larger venn diagram circle of the creator potter. And yet the clay says to the potter: <i?do you know what you are doing?

    The potter just smiles, and says nothing.

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  60. Gunner Q says:

    whiteguy1″
    …rode my motorcycle to Waffle House for breakfast Saturday morning…

    Three months of gym training… gone….

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  61. Farm Boy says:

    Americans responded in kind, wiping down groceries, quarantining mail and clearing drugstore shelves of Clorox wipes. Facebook closed two of its offices for a “deep cleaning.” New York’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority began disinfecting subway cars every night.

    But the era of “hygiene theater” may have come to an unofficial end this week, when the C.D.C. updated its surface cleaning guidelines and noted that the risk of contracting the virus from touching a contaminated surface was less than 1 in 10,000.

    https://www.nytimes.com/2021/04/08/health/coronavirus-hygiene-cleaning-surfaces.html

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  62. Farm Boy says:

    A new poll by the Sunday Times finds that a “significant proportion of Brits” say they have enjoyed lockdown, with younger people more likely to say they liked COVID-19 restrictions

    https://summit.news/2021/04/12/poll-significant-proportion-of-brits-say-they-have-enjoyed-lockdown/

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  63. Liz says:

    Withdrawl from Afghanistan “could risk progress on women’s rights”.

    This must be part of a comedy skit.
    Very meta.

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  64. Cheque d'Out says:

    The lockdown lifted a bit or something. Pubs are open. So, obviously the weather is weathering. It’s like April, yo

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  65. professorGBFMtm2021 says:

    Everybody,do you want to know what that jokers daughter comment was like I referenced at the begining of this post?I’ll do a fresh version of it once this thread reachs 100 comments!P.S.What happened to the comment?My wireless connection is in 2g mode&a storm was brewing outside!If anybody wants to see me coming out of the(Bowling alley) saloon again see my latest comment at jacks on novas post about anglo-protestant countries,that brought out the best in me as usual!I,nova&scott have been in a triple threat match for weeks now,it seems&were good friends on jacks for the most part!

    [Bowling without the Force helping me difficult it is]

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  66. Cheque d'Out says:

    That Keir Stammer thing isn’t ripping the piss; that’s the Genuine Stammer Experience.

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  67. One of the local bowling alleys used to have the best damn cheeseburgers in town and for cheap. Weekdays at the lunch time the snack bar would be full but maybe 4/40 lanes being used.

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  68. You’d think someone who bites pillows for both fun and profit would be able to get that right.

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  69. Maniac says:

    I had what most would consider an unusually high level of self-control in my teens which afforded me the ability to see through “The Fog.” I noticed how my female counterparts would face fewer consequences for their actions than my male peers did, a trend which I feared would continue. Looking at Western women now, especially the White ones, I think it’s safe to say I was right.

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  71. Ame says:

    There’s a comment in moderation.

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  72. Farm Boy says:

    Are they some kind of moral paragons? Don’t they exercise enough power?

    Over 100 Corporate Leaders Side With Democrats, Form Plan to Respond to Voting Laws

    https://legalinsurrection.com/2021/04/over-100-corporate-leaders-side-with-democrats-form-plan-to-respond-to-voting-laws/

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  73. Larry G says:

    totally off topic….and you expect an apology?

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  74. Farm Boy says:

    This was freed from spam

    Young Men — The Fog Lifting

    Welcome Maniac. Now that your first comment has been freed, subsequent comments should go through

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  75. Farm Boy says:


    “It’s pure gaslighting at this point to say we don’t know whether vaccinated people spread the virus,” wrote famed pollster Nate Silver on Twitter. “Tons of studies—including from the CDC—show that vaccines massively reduce (though probably not entirely eliminate) transmission.”

    https://pjmedia.com/news-and-politics/matt-margolis/2021/04/12/nate-silver-accuses-dr-fauci-of-gaslighting-on-covid-transmission-n1439176

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  76. Cheque d'Out says:

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  77. Cheque d'Out says:

    Told you about Stammer

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  78. Farm Boy says:

    Good video, though “the response to Covid is a hoax”. Probably not enough letters

    https://www.roxytube.com/embed/G2oIvoABravL73Z

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  79. Farm Boy says:

    The inducement to getting vaccinated is getting back to normal life.

    In Fauci’s view, the inducement is: “You’ll do it because I told you to, and there’s no inducement.”

    “No,” many people would rationally conclude, “I’m not doing anything just because you told me to.”

    Whatever his actual beliefs, Fauci is working very hard at being the most effective anti-vaxxer ever.

    https://pjmedia.com/vodkapundit/2021/04/12/irony-alert-dr-fauci-is-the-most-effective-anti-vaxxer-ever-n1439274

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  80. Farm Boy says:

    U.S.—Media organizations across the country announced today they are relieved to be covering the good kind of riots again, now that people are looting Targets for justice again instead of protesting their government.

    https://babylonbee.com/news/media-relieved-to-go-back-to-covering-the-good-kind-of-riots

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  81. Farm Boy says:

    Woke CEOs Gather to Fight Against Election Integrity Laws. “Some CEOs joined the Zoom conference from Augusta National Golf Course.”

    The Woke CEOs want Democrats to win by means fair or foul because they have tied their fortunes to the Democratic Party, which is now the party of Wall Street, big corporations, and upscale whites. Alleged concern about minorities is just a smokescreen for what’s really going on.

    https://pjmedia.com/instapundit/443648/

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  82. Farm Boy says:

    LOS ANGELES, CA—In a touching act of compassion, local good Samaritan Chad Paulson saw a man being oppressed by a police officer and immediately rushed over to loot a local Target

    https://babylonbee.com/news/good-samaritan-sees-man-being-oppressed-by-police-and-goes-to-loot-a-target

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  83. Cheque d'Out says:

    [Like a potato he would be]

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  84. Farm Boy says:

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  85. Cheque d'Out says:

    Yikes

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  86. Larry G says:

    CdO, you are one cruel SOB. FFS, man! EYE WARNING, k?

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  87. Larry G says:

    on a lighter note (now that CdO has totally inhibited my desire for dinner this evening), another deeper conversation with my Mrs, about getting out of Dodge permanently and how we can pull off our escape from Amerika

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  88. Farm Boy says:

    I wonder how much impact the fact that the shooter was a woman will have…

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  89. Cheque d'Out says:

    Sounds like that image puts slimfast diet shakes to shame.

    You’re welcome

    [Sincere you sound not]

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  90. Farm Boy says:

    Talk about “push polling”

    “A new Reuters/Ipsos poll finds that 55% of Republicans falsely believe Joe Biden’s victory in the 2020 presidential election was the result of illegal voting or rigging.”

    https://pjmedia.com/instapundit/443748/

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  91. Farm Boy says:

    ‘It Is Still Not Safe To Go Outside,’ Says Fauci’s Head In A Jar In Year 2739

    https://babylonbee.com/news/it-is-still-not-ok-to-go-outside-says-faucis-head-in-a-jar-in-year-2739

    [Add this I will]

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  92. Farm Boy says:

    Assertive otter

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  93. Farm Boy says:

    Then a reporter from the Washington Post made the mistake of showing up at Rick’s house. Not his mother’s house, where I was staying, but the rural Virginia house where Rick lives with his wife and dogs.

    Rick was bartending at the moment, but a neighbor tipped him off that some loser with a ponytail and a notebook was snooping around.

    Then Rick’s phone rang. It was the Post reporter. “I just have two thing to say to you,” Rick said. “Everybody on my street hates the media, and everybody on my street owns a gun.”

    https://stream.org/everybody-here-hates-the-media-and-everybody-owns-a-gun/

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  94. Farm Boy says:

    Domino’s Pizza announced the launch of its autonomous pizza delivery. Partnering up with Nuro, the pizza chain said some of its customers will now be able to choose to have their pizza delivered by Nuro’s R-2 robot

    https://abc13.com/dominos-pizza-announces-autonomous-delivery-nuro-r-2-self-driving-car/10510677/

    [Halfway to R2D2 you are]

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