Who Knew? Most Everybody


Here is the latest article about so called progressive women and conservative fellas,

My friend Mark, 36, is a “catch” by many New York City standards. He’s good-looking, highly educated, and a talented photographer. He’s also progressive and participates in protests and gives to left-leaning causes. And Mark is looking for love. He wants to get married and have kids.

In a liberal city like New York, swimming with single women wishing they weren’t, one could assume Mark wouldn’t have a problem finding a mate. And while he dates and recently had a couple of short-lived relationships, Mark remains single. He’s trying to understand why.

Every few months there is an article somewhere about this topic. Apparently, people don’t read my responses, so I will try again.

I assume that photography is his profession. To be honest, it doesn’t pay much. As for the highly educated part, that might be less than impressive also. In New York, it takes money to live, especially with kids. Will he provide? The fact that he spends lots of time at protests shows that he is doing silly stuff, not improving himself or his career. Deep down, lots of women know that the causes that they espouse are stupid. They don’t want their man to be as silly.

I’m really open-minded and cool about gender stuff on dates, but I always feel like I’m walking on eggshells,” Mark told me. “If I pay for dinner, it signals I don’t value my date as my equal so I’m super casual about it all. If she wants to pay or split it or whatever, that’s fine with me.”

Wishy-washy with no real principles. Will he be there for her in tough times?

The female desire to feel protected and looked after is built into our DNA, says evolutionary psychologist Geoffrey Miller, a professor at the University of New Mexico and author of several books including “The Mating Mind.”

“It’s a mismatch between what progressive women say they want and what they actually respond to,” Miller told me. “Women’s instinctive mate preferences have evolved for hundreds of thousands of years for guys who are competent, strong, good providers, good protectors and happy with a sexual division of labor,” he added. Women want “decisive men who are also compassionate and thoughtful.”

So this fella agrees with me. Yes, the women say they want this, but go for that. Might this be where some of their mental problems come from? I might suggest that this was an issue with my ex. She wanted a big fancy career along with lots of other Feminist endorsed stuff, but me to lead. I was blue-pill and confused. It didn’t end well.

So it really comes down to this. These women know that their beliefs are stupid, so they need somebody who is competent in reality to balance them out. Change my mind.

Posted in Dating????, FarmBoy, Feminism, Marriage, SJW
143 comments on “Who Knew? Most Everybody
  1. Farm Boy says:

    How important is understanding reality?

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  2. whiteguy1 says:

    Psshah! You clearly haven’t met Crazy. She doesn’t want anything to do with reality! That was my job to shield her from it. And since I continue to fail at this simple task, she keeps doubling down on stupid.

    The latest….She supposed to pay the mortgage and home equity loan, got the mortgage paid, BUT she paid the equity loan, late, with a hot check not less!

    I’m getting out of town for a few weeks to see family and go to a family reunion, this trip can’t come soon enough.

    But to swing back to your point, my little doctor friend is almost a NPC in spouting liberal nonsense, but I keep dropping big red pills on her, and she hasn’t left yet….hmmmmm you might be on to something.

    [Perhaps too good of a job shielding her from reality you have]

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  3. RichardP says:

    Here’s the thing about leadership and followership:

    You are supposed to be behind the leader, wherever he is. He is not supposed to be out in front of you, wherever you are.

    Sometimes the leader is leading the team to sit quietly and be still. Nothing might be happening to the outside observer (who can only see external appearances). But leading folks to sit still and do nothing is still leading.

    Can’t find the studio version, but this will do: Learn to be Still
    … Like a sheep without a shepherd; don’t know how to be alone …

    Then there is this approach: again, no studio version shows up in the search.

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  4. professorGBFMtm2021 says:

    How important is understanding reality? THIS imortant!

    I,my best gal&my neighborhood pal&his gal live in the garden spot of the U.S.
    A.K.A.the bronx a.k.a.reality U.S.A.!
    We have alot of LOLZLOLZ&dance&don’t go on big fancy dates much
    But laugh alot like the above!
    I for some reason always look slightly chubby in B&W reality
    But its still a good life like in the twilight zone,right!?
    I’m going on a semi-vacation starting now,but will keep us with my fellow spawnites!
    Heres clips from a recent GBFM vacation trip!!!

    [Survive that vacation you did?]

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  5. RichardP says:

    Forgot to make this connection to the second song in my post above.

    … the women say they want this, but go for that.

    As members of the herd, and in order to blend in with the herd, it is important to be politically correct in what they say to others in the herd. And so their words about “what they want” blend to be in sync with what the other herd members say they want – which is probably a reflection of what they were raised to think they should want.

    In the face of the politically-correct musing, the anti-politically-correct song – Get Over It.

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  6. “She wanted a big fancy career along with lots of other Feminist endorsed stuff, but me to lead.”

    You are supposed to make all her dreams come true, but she is supposed to get the credit…

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  7. b g says:

    As Canada’s troubadour, Two Chord Gord observed, “She’s been looking like a queen in a sailor’s dream…And she don’t always say what she really means.”

    [Anne Murray, William Shatner, Burton Cummings, Celine Dion, Bryan Adams, Michael Buble, Randy Bachman and Neil Young also equally fine Canadian troubadours they would be]

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  8. Cheque d'Out says:

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  10. Cheque d'Out says:

    Request for update on eco-health’s chief Peter Disease-sack. Suddenly missing from twatter

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  14. Cheque d'Out says:

    A frugal lady and her husband are shopping in Wycombe.
    The husband picks up a case of Stella and puts it in their trolley.
    ‘What do you think you’re doing?’ asks the wife.
    ‘They’re on sale, only £10 for 18 cans he replies.
    ‘Put them back, we can’t afford them’ demands the wife, and so they
    carry on shopping.

    A few aisles further on along the woman picks up a £20 jar of face
    cream and puts it in the basket.
    ‘What do you think you’re doing?’ asks the husband.
    ‘It’s my face cream. It makes me look beautiful,’ replies the wife.
    Her husband retorts: ‘So does 18 cans of Stella and it’s half the
    price.’

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  15. Cheque d'Out says:

    Is Gutso still with Brillo’s GB News (RIP)?
    Is Brillo still there?

    The Guardian

    GB News attracted zero viewers during some of its broadcasts this week, according to official television audience figures produced by rating agency Barb, after a viewer boycott prompted by one of its presenters taking the knee in solidarity with the England football team.
    The channel has now said the decision of Guto Harri to make the on-air gesture on Tuesday in solidarity against the racist abuse suffered by English players was “an unacceptable breach of our standards”.

    A GB News spokesperson declined to say whether Harri, a former spokesperson for Boris Johnson, was still with the channel.

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  16. Cheque d'Out says:

    NFL racing GB News to the grave?

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  17. Cheque d'Out says:

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  18. Cheque d'Out says:


    (Brillo lives in France)

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  19. Cheque d'Out says:

    Might be a go-er

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  20. Cheque d'Out says:

    Looks like Chermany is getting our traditional British Summer
    https://gab.com/WithoutPrejudice/posts/106589945875564386

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  21. Liz says:

    Met a lady at the dog park yesterday. She’s the wife of a dentist, they live in CO about half the year. I told her we were retire USAF, and she said “we were AF for three years. I told him it was either me or the Airforce”. Doing the maths…dentists have a pretty long commitment. A lot longer than 3 years. So she married an AF dentist then demanded he get out or divorced.
    Okay.
    Seemed a nice enough person. Very nice car. Guess it’s a thing for women to bait and switch.

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  23. whiteguy1 says:

    Ding Ding Yoda. Hit the nail on the head. 16 yrs of protecting her from reality and she got ‘comfortable’.

    Still can’t believe she bounced a $25 check! (when you make $35/hr…)

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  24. Phrasing, people!

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  25. Last time I’d heard anything about Britney Spears it was that she’d shaved head and was driving around with her baby in the glove box or something. So pretty cray-cray.

    Now she’s back in the news trying to get out from under a conservatorship, in which her court appointed lawyer has been bending her over his desk to the tune of $560,000 a year. WTF???

    Apparently the guardianship/probate court system is as corrupt as the divorce rape “family” court system.

    https://pjmedia.com/news-and-politics/megan-fox/2021/07/16/matt-gaetz-shows-up-at-freebritney-rally-and-calls-for-the-end-of-guardianship-corruption-n1462265

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  26. I’m gonna pass on “Free Guy”. Course I’m gonna pass on all new movies, especially Disney owned ones, so don’t take it personal, guy. Or take it personal. IDGAF.

    Oh, Disney cancelled Christmas, btw. Kiss my ass, Disney.

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  27. Farm Boy says:

    During a joint press conference with German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Thursday, President Joe Biden was asked about Cuba, where people are protesting the oppressive Communist regime.

    https://townhall.com/tipsheet/rebeccadowns/2021/07/15/too-little-too-late-biden-admits-the-truth-about-whats-going-on-in-cuba-n2592619

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  28. Farm Boy says:

    Media Malfeasance

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  29. Farm Boy says:

    London Mayor Sadiq Khan defended the impending placement of a statue of John Chilembwe, an anti-colonial activist who ordered the decapitation of William Livingstone in front of his children and then displayed his head on a pike, saying it served to “reflect London’s achievements and diversity.”

    https://summit.news/2021/07/16/sadiq-khan-says-new-statue-of-activist-who-beheaded-white-colonizers-in-front-of-their-children-reflects-londons-achievements-and-diversity/

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  30. Farm Boy says:

    Then the puppies were raised differently.

    While the wolf pups got a lot of human interaction, including hand-feeding, sleeping in their caretakers’ beds and almost round-the-clock human care, the dog puppies lived mostly with their mothers and littermates. They had little human contact.

    Researchers hid treats in one of two bowls, then gave the dog or wolf a clue to find the food. Sometimes that included pointing and gazing in the direction where the food could be found.

    Even with no training, dogs as young as 8 weeks of age knew where to go. Seventeen of 31 dog pups consistently went to the right place

    In contrast, none of the 26 human-reared wolf pups did better than a random guess. Control trials showed the puppies weren’t simply sniffing out the food.

    Yet, both sets of puppies were equally skilled at other tests of mental ability, Salomons said. It was only people-reading skills that the dog puppies were better at.

    “With the dog puppies we worked with, if you walk into their enclosure they gather around and want to climb on you and lick your face, whereas most of the wolf puppies run to the corner and hide,” Salomons said.

    https://www.upi.com/Science_News/2021/07/14/dogs-understand-people-better-than-wolves/3311626229947/

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  31. Farm Boy says:

    Cuban protesters attempting to escape the grips of decades of oppressive communist tyranny have risen up in recent days, many waving U.S. flags and pleading for the help of America. Yet when this footage was shown to young Americans, they were completely confused, believing their own country’s flag to be some kind of hate symbol.

    https://summit.news/2021/07/16/video-young-americans-dumbfounded-as-to-why-oppressed-cubans-are-waving-u-s-flags/

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  32. Farm Boy says:

    To Avoid 1st Amendment Concerns, Biden Administration Announces They Will Let Facebook Run The Gulags

    https://babylonbee.com/news/to-avoid-1st-amendment-concerns-biden-administration-announces-they-will-let-facebook-run-the-gulags

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  33. Farm Boy says:

    Those signs have always been irritating and divisive. Especially the ones that start ot “In OUR America…”, which implies that if you don’t affirm whatever is written on the sign, you don’t live in OUR America. You’re not good enough to live in OUR America. You live in some bigoted, hate-filled version of America with Donald Trump and all the other racist losers.

    The subtext of those signs is actually this:

    “In this house, we believe:

    We’re better than you.
    We’re smarter than you.
    Affirming all of the current trends is virtuous
    Politics defines our existence.
    Please eat us last.”

    http://ace.mu.nu/archives/394731.php

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  35. Cheque d'Out says:

    [Means “Wankers Away” it does]

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  36. So much for the “bark slate” hypothesis…

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  37. Does anyone else talk out loud when problem-solving? I guess I’m doing it a lot more since I’m working from home, but I’m curious if others do as well.

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  38. I think I tend to do it more when trying to parse emails that don’t seem to make any sense at all …

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  39. Cheque d'Out says:

    I can do that

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  40. professorGBFMtm2021 says:

    Guess who was on my AA flight this morning?Elizabeth vargas!!!She kept reminding me with slightly slurred words about this low-profile interview with paul elam in’13!

    Then I reminded her about the interview ”they” did’nt want aired involving a certain unknown MAN you might all know!!
    This version has been slightly updated for QA&standards&stuff!!But most of it is intact!!This was originaly for DAL’&our MANUP CLUB meeting room!!!

    Great Books For Men GreatBooksForMen GBFM (TM) GB4M (TM) GR8BOOKS4MEN (TM) lzozozozozlzo (TM) says:
    October 20, 2013 at 5:58 pm
    h4y hey hey spawnites!!! speaking of growing a pair, my pair came up in my ABD 20/20 inteivew regaridng da manospherez!!!
    lzlozozozozoz

    someebeody calleedz and said dey was from ABC 20/20 TV Show or somebody and asked da GBFM if he wwnwtased to 2 do an inetevreiwsz about da MANOSPHERES!!!

    so da GBFM said yes i wann help you udneretdtsnad da MAONSPEHEREZ!

    so igetz da addressz studio addresszz and i put on my sunday best which is a semi-clean t-rshsit dat passed da smaell ytes tetszt.

    and when i get teheree tehy put hair and makeup on mez, and den someone pointsz out dat as da MANOPSEHERE is a WANTED group tdat dey would coencela my idientyytztz zlziz concel my identiety and disguiuse my voiceszz zlzozii

    den i went on da set and i swaer it did not feel like ABC 20/20 but more like ABC 69/69 zlzozo so maybe i got da message wrongz!!

    anywho da pretty hot hot reproetretette says, “SO TELL me GBFM about da manospheres. what is it and why should we carez?” loooozz

    so da GBFM leansz back in his chair and says:

    “DA FIRST THING DAT U MUST KNOW about da MANOSPHERE is dat there are TWO MANOSPHEREZ.”

    she goes, “yah ayah yah, and they are?”

    “DER ARE TWO MANOPSHERES, and den der is da ONE ENTITY TO LEAD THEM ALL.

    DA GBFM SAY, “DA FIRST MANOPHERE IS DA GBFM’S LEFT NUT,” And i tells her, “DA SECOND MANOPHERE IS DA GBFM’S RIHT NUT, and da TITULAR HEAD OF IT ALL IS censored for your safety-new edit guys!!! zlzozlzozozoozozozozoz! lzozozlz”

    zlzlzozozozolzlzo

    and da GBFM was escorted out by two big unifomred menz,

    but later dat nightz she texted mez of coursez

    for she had seen da size and scope of

    da GBFM MANOSPHEREZ zlziz

    lzzuzkzlziuzlzlzzlzoozoz

    p.s. as da two big uniformed men escorte dme out, da GBFM yelled,
    “MEGAN KELLY! I WANNA SEE MEGAN KEELLY I WANNNA EET MEGGAN KELLY I THOUGHT I WAS GONNA GETSZ @ MEET MEGAN KELLYZ!: :” as dey threw me on tda pavementz zlzozozozo”

    Now see why everybody likes talking to GBFM then&now!?
    After a certain beverage company saw that RAW footage of the interview they asked me to star in one of these commercials!!

    It was originaly called wild big thing,does that tell you what was censored by the TPTB?

    [Have enough Bernankified dollars for bail you do?]

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  41. Cheque d'Out says:

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  42. Cheque d'Out says:

    “Sorry to all the little peeps that are dead, permanently crippled or have had their life expectancy reduced in ways that we don’t yet understand perfectly”

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  43. Cheque d'Out says:

    British Grand Prix this weekend. Formula 1.
    Sadly the engines don’t sound like this any more

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  44. A playback error occurred…

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  45. And no grid girls???

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  46. okrahead says:

    KH,
    I talk to myself all the time. There are days when it’s the only way I can have an intelligent conversation.

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  47. Gunner Q says:

    “Does anyone else talk out loud when problem-solving? I guess I’m doing it a lot more since I’m working from home, but I’m curious if others do as well.”

    I talk to myself because I’m alone so much, but sometimes I realize I’m not alone anymore and the other person is staring at me grunting to myself. It’s not something that one can cover up by weakly adding “Alexa” to the end of.

    There’s an old college story in which I met a guy for the first time and he met me for the second time. He’d passed me in the hall earlier but I’d been quietly giggling to myself with a shit-eating grin and hadn’t noticed him. This was before smartphones.

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  48. Cheque d'Out says:

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  49. professorGBFMtm2021 says:

    ”Have enough Bernankified dollars for bail you do?”I would need them if not for this article that I just remembered!!!

    https://www.goingyourownway.com/mgtow-mgtow/court-clerk-explains-marriage-license-7596/

    See if any of this sounds like a bernikfied fiat system

    A Court Clerk Explains Why You Should NOT Get Marriage License

    Virgil Cooper’s story reveals the truth on Marriage Licenses and their real legal effects:

    “About 15 years ago, my former wife of 26-1/2 years, filed for divorce.
    We had seven children.

    I prepared a counterclaim to the Petition for Dissolution her attorney filed in Domestic Relations court.
    I met one afternoon with the head of the Maricopa County Superior Court, Marriage License Bureau, in downtown Phoenix.

    The marriage license bureau was headed by a young woman of about age 25.
    I asked her to explain to me the general and statutory implications of the marriage license.
    She was very cooperative, and called in an Assistant, a tall Black man who at the time was working on an Operations Manual for internal departmental use.

    She deferred for most technical explanations to her Assistant.
    He walked through the technicalities of the marriage license as it operates in Arizona.

    He mentioned that marriage licensing is pretty much the same in the other states — but there are differences.
    One significant difference he mentioned was that Arizona is one of eight western states that are Community Property states.
    The other states are Common Law states, including Utah, with the exception of Lousiana which is a Napoleonic Code state.

    He then explained some of the technicalities of the marriage license.
    He said, first of all, the marriage license is Secular Contract between 3 parties:

    ## the State,
    ## the man,
    ## and the wife.

    The State is the principal party in that Secular Contract.
    The husband and wife are secondary or inferior parties.
    The Secular Contract is a three-way contract between the State, as Principal, and the husband and wife as the other two legs of the Contract.

    The Clerk said, in the “traditional” sense a marriage is a covenant between the husband and wife and God.
    But in the Secular Contract with the state, the reference to God is not officially considered included in the Secular Contract at all.
    The Clerk said, if the husband and wife wish to include God as a party in their marriage, that is a “dotted line” the spouses will have to add in their own minds.
    The state’s marriage license is “strictly secular,” the Clerk said.

    The Clerk said further, that what he meant by the relationship to God being a “dotted line” meant that the State regards any mention of God as irrelevant, even meaningless.

    [illustrative diagram did not copy-paste from original article]

    In the clerk’s description of the marriage license contract, he related one other “dotted line.”

    He said in the traditional religious context, marriage was a covenant between the husband and wife and God with husband and wife joined as One.

    The picture the Clerk was trying to paint was that of a triangle with the State at the top and a solid line extending from the apex, the State, down the left side to the husband, and a separate solid line extending down the right side to the wife.
    The dotted line between the husband and wife merely showing that they consider themselves to have entered into a religious union of some sort that is irrelevant to the State.

    The Clerk further mentioned that this religious overtone is recognized by the State by requiring that the marriage must be solemnized either by a state official or by a minister of religion who has been deputized by the State to perform the marriage ceremony and make a return of the signed and executed marriage license to the State.

    Again, the Clerk emphasized that marriage is a strictly secular relationship so far as the State is concerned and because it is looked upon as a “privileged business enterprise,” various tax advantages and other political privileges have become attached to the marriage license contract that have nothing at all to do with marriage as a religious covenant or bond between God and a man and a woman.

    By way of reference, if you would like to read a legal treatise on marriage, one of the best is Principles of Community Property, by William Defuniak.
    At the outset, William explains that Community Property law descends from Roman Civil Law through the Spanish Codes, A.D. 600, written by the Spanish jurisconsults.

    In the civil law, the marriage is considered to be a for-profit venture or profit-making venture (even though it may never actually produce a profit in operation) and as the wife goes out to the local market to purchase food stuffs and other supplies for the marriage household, she is replenishing the stocks of the business.

    To restate:
    In the civil law, the marriage is considered to be a business venture, that is, a for-profit business venture.
    Moreover, as children come into the marriage household, the business venture is considered to have “borne fruit.”

    Now, back to the explanation by the Maricopa County Superior Court, Marriage Bureau’s administrative Assistant.

    He went on to explain that every contract must have consideration.
    The State offers consideration in the form of the actual license itself — the piece of paper, the Certificate of Marriage.
    The other part of consideration by the State is “the privilege to be regulated by statute.”

    The Clerk added that this privilege to be regulated by statute includes all related statutes, and all court cases as they are ruled on by the courts, and all statutes and regulations into the future in the years following the commencement of the marriage.

    The Clerk said in a way the marriage license contract is a dynamic or flexible, ever-changing contract as time goes along — even though the husband and wife didn’t realize that.
    The rules that govern the “marriage” may be changed by the state at any time.

    (note: One might criticize this contract as flawed by failure by the State to make full disclosure of the terms and conditions.
    A contract must be entered into knowingly, intelligently, intentionally, and with fully informed consent.
    Otherwise, technically there is no contract.
    On the other hand, ignorance is no excuse.
    Also, the marriage license contract with the State is as a contract of adhesion, a contract between two disparate, unequal parties.
    Again, a flawed contract.
    However, no one is forced to obtain a marriage license.
    And this essay shows, the court clerks are happy to spill the beans when asked.)

    Such a contract with the State is said to be a “specific performance” contract as to the privileges, duties and responsibilities that attach.

    Consideration on the part of the husband and wife is:

    ## the actual fee paid

    ## and the implied agreement to be subject to the state’s statutes, rules, and regulations and all court cases ruled on related to marriage law, family law, children, and property.

    The clerk emphasized that this contractual consideration by the bride and groom places them in a definite and defined-by-law position inferior and subject to the State.

    The Clerk commented that very few people realize this.

    The clerk also said that it is very important to understand that children born to the marriage are considered by law as “the contract bearing fruit” — meaning the children primarily belong to the State, even though the law never comes out and says so in so many words, the judges and social workers act on the assumption that the state controls the children.

    In this regard, children born to the contract are regarded as “the contract bearing fruit.”
    The clerk said it is vitally important for parents to understand two doctrines that became established in the United States during the 1930s:”

    Their more but this is enough to ponder right?

    Anybody need me to do more speaking on the fiat dollar system now?

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  50. Liz says:

    Yet, both sets of puppies were equally skilled at other tests of mental ability, Salomons said. It was only people-reading skills that the dog puppies were better at.

    I’ve read that dogs’ facial muscles are designed to be more expressive than wolves’ too. The better to communicate with people.

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  51. I learned quite a lot.

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  52. okrahead says:

    Liz,
    I had an especially stubborn bitch at one point who would exasperate me no end… and I swear she was laughing. The expression was as obvious as if a human was doing it. And yes, I am talking about a dog, not my ex-wife.

    [Gone to the dogs this thread has]

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  53. Farm Boy says:

    Non

    People in France who enter a bar or restaurant without a COVID pass face 6 months in jail, while business owners who fail to check their status face a 1 year prison sentence and a €45,000 fine

    https://summit.news/2021/07/16/french-face-6-months-in-jail-for-entering-a-bar-or-restaurant-without-a-covid-pass/

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  54. Farm Boy says:

    A new video has emerged in which a South African woman points out the irony of the only outlet in a shopping mall remaining completely untouched by looters being a bookstore.

    https://summit.news/2021/07/16/video-only-store-not-looted-in-south-african-shopping-mall-in-the-book-shop/

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  55. Farm Boy says:

    Through its military TV channel, China has threatened to use nuclear weapons — first — if Japan intercedes in defense of Taiwan.

    https://pjmedia.com/news-and-politics/bryan-preston/2021/07/16/video-china-threatens-to-nuke-japan-if-it-defends-taiwan-n1462441

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  56. Farm Boy says:

    A federal judge in Texas on Friday ruled that Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, the Obama-era program shielding certain undocumented immigrants from deportation, is illegal and blocked new applicants.

    https://www.cnn.com/2021/07/16/politics/daca-ruling-hanen/index.html

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  57. professorGBFMtm2021 says:

    Did I ever show my last trip to japan here before?

    I reccommend touring that castle with shy lovely girls especialy!!!
    I just hope my current vacation don’t end like this one I had in the desert lans once!

    Some blind radio dj kept egging me on pulling my redpill combo stunts&everybody made such a big deal out of me cruising the desert roads!
    I remembered too late I did’nt have travlers insurance on that car!!

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  61. Farm Boy says:

    Heavy handed censorship

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  62. Ame says:

    Always talk to myself out loud. Helps me think.

    Also, reading out loud when editing is super beneficial.

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  63. Farm Boy says:

    I once talked to myself at work. The guy in the next cube got madder than a polecat

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  64. Cheque d'Out says:

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  65. Cheque d'Out says:

    Fucking corruption is rife

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  66. Cheque d'Out says:

    [Much dark humor here there would be]

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  67. Cheque d'Out says:

    Posted it before but…

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  68. Cheque d'Out says:

    Pingdemic at work? Or just nice to have to self-isolate when the weather’s hot and dry? Or just lies?

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  69. Cheque d'Out says:

    Didn’t he get a pay off book deal for his troubles?

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  70. Cheque d'Out says:

    LOL

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  71. Farm Boy says:

    Art professor calls Hunter Biden’s expensive paintings ‘amateur work,’ says they are not worth asking price

    https://www.thecollegefix.com/art-professor-calls-hunter-bidens-expensive-paintings-amateur-work-says-they-are-not-worth-asking-price/

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  72. Cheque d'Out says:

    Who saw that coming?

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  73. Farm Boy says:

    Americans lost faith in the media over the last year, according to a new survey, trusting only Congress less among major American institutions.

    Asked if they held a “great deal” or “quite a lot” of confidence in television news, 16 percent of Americans responded in the affirmative, down from 18 percent in 2020 and 2019. Another 21 percent said they trusted newspapers, down from 24 percent in 2020 and from 23 percent in 2019.

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/gallup-american-trust-in-media-plummets-only-congress-less-trusted-among-major-us-institutions/ar-AAMbOr0

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  74. Farm Boy says:

    The new social media platform GETTR, created by former Trump spokesman Jason Miller and allies, has passed 1.5 million users in record time and is poised for “substantial growth,” according to a new survey.

    https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/washington-secrets/gettr-explodes-passing-1-5-million-users-in-just-11-days

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  75. Liz says:

    Through its military TV channel, China has threatened to use nuclear weapons — first — if Japan intercedes in defense of Taiwan

    Anyone remember a year ago when foreign policy wasn’t even a debate topic for the presidency? It wasn’t because there was too much to talk about and they were sparing Trump.
    But Biden and Trump are the same, says some Jackass over at Jack’s.

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  76. Cheque d'Out says:

    Savid Javid is a tory politician but you might remember him from when he played ‘The Hood’, the egg headed baldy bad guy from Thunderbirds
    https://thunderbirds.fandom.com/wiki/The_Hood

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  77. Cheque d'Out says:

    What a thorough, copper bottomed, ocean going throbber

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  78. Liz says:

    Dallas airport was closed day before yesterday because an air traffic controller tested positive for covid.

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  80. He already tested positive for Covid. What’s the PCR for?

    Then again he got the jab and still got covid. Whats the jab for?

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  81. Cheque d'Out says:

    There’s fashionably late and there’s too late

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  82. Farm Boy says:

    U. Michigan Profs Named Recipients of the ‘University Diversity and Social Transformation Professorship’

    “recognizes senior faculty who have shown a commitment to the university’s ideals of diversity, equity and inclusion”

    This reminds me of the episode of the Simpsons where Homer receives the “First Annual Montgomery Burns Award for Outstanding Achievement in the Field of Excellence.”

    https://legalinsurrection.com/2021/07/u-michigan-profs-named-recipients-of-the-university-diversity-and-social-transformation-professorship/

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  83. Farm Boy says:

    Cake is Apparently too good for them

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  84. professorGBFMtm2021 says:

    They were celebrating bastille day as usual today in paris!!!

    Silly french rabbits,will they ever learn!?

    That was 30 years ago&they still did’nt learn much!
    Also why are the french so stick -thin skinny?
    They should have worked on a better alternate ending,right?

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  85. Cheque d'Out says:

    La Fête nationale (the official name for Bastille Day) was July 14th. The day before the far more important St Swithun’s Day in the UK (if it rains on this day, it will rain for 40 days and 40 nights. Weather was beautiful). Today (16th) is the anniversary of the first atom bomb explosion.

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  86. Cheque d'Out says:

    I say that the weather was beautiful. In Europe they had catastrophic floods LIGAS

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  87. Cheque d'Out says:

    Female attention ho causes massive pile up in Tour de France

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  88. Liz says:

    I thought this was a play on words and was going to ask which monkeypox….ebola? et al
    Then I looked it up and no kidding, it is the actual “monkeypox”.

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  89. Cheque d'Out says:

    One of the more embarrassing STDs, I imagine

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  90. professorGBFMtm2021 says:

    The atom bomb is more memorable in history,right?

    Thats how we use to do it!

    By the 70’s this is how we were doing it in kisstory!!

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  91. Cheque d'Out says:

    Some funny stories here

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  92. Farm Boy says:

    “You shouldn’t be banned from one platform and not others if you — for providing misinformation out there,” she said.

    https://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2021/07/17/whs_psaki_if_youre_banned_on_one_social_media_platform_you_should_be_banned_on_all_others.html

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  93. Cheque d'Out says:

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  95. Cheque d'Out says:

    Kiwi trictors having a day out

    They must be congratulating PM Horse Face on her ongoing measures for Glorious Lockdown Regime

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  96. Cheque d'Out says:

    French tractors would be towing muck spreaders to redecorate government buildings…they love doing that shit

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  97. Cheque d'Out says:

    Cool for cats

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  98. Cheque d'Out says:

    [Wish that up vote this multiple times I could I do]

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  101. Fly the communicable skies.

    [Much mirth here there is]

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  102. “Isn’t the guy supposed to pay for the date?”

    Wow, she must be REALLY old! : P

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  103. Liz says:

    No running or loud music in the gym. Because covid.
    Has peak stupid been reached yet?

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  104. Liz says:

    Yes, thank you overlords, I know that running alone on a treadmill causes covid. Also loud music spreads covid. Thank you again. Now I will bark like a dog, moo like a cow, and be a good citizen.

    [Meow like a cat natural it should be]

    [Charge you more for the treadmill they do,
    because four legs you have?]

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  105. b g says:

    Kentucky Headhunter

    Hmmm, well, she is not only your guest but a lady unless her behavior proves otherwise. Some of my grandfather’s wisdom and advice from a kinder and gentler time ;-D

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  106. Farm Boy says:

    Scientists Warn That Within 6 Months Humanity Will Run Out Of Things To Call Racist

    https://babylonbee.com/news/scientists-warn-that-in-the-next-decade-well-run-out-of-things-to-call-racist

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  108. Ame says:

    Isn’t the Dallas airport a high traffic airport? I imagine that messed up a lot of schedules.

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  109. Ame says:

    Trying to imagine an infertile generation … guessing it will put a premium on girls who didn’t get it … might also put a premium on babies and the black market for wealthy and desperate women … I see a lot of nefarious stuff surrounding all that.

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