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From the New York Times:

The Culture Is Changing, With Feminist Cheese

By ALEXANDRA JACOBS NOV. 22, 2017

Now you can buy feminist cheese, which is made solely from the milk of female livestock.

And anti-transphobic feminist cheese is guaranteed to be from livestock who identify as female.

 
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    Carlos Slims’ Onion.

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  2. When this is all over, we’re going to have fewer but better White people.

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  3. Jason Liu says:

    equality was a mistake

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    In the beginning the Universe was created. This has made a lot of people very angry and been widely regarded as a bad move. - Douglas Adams
    , @TWS
    Why did we teach them to speak?
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  4. Still not as stupid as all the conservatives who think they’re dealing some kind of death blow against liberalism by becoming raging feminists.

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  5. neutral says:

    I don’t understand how The Onion has not gone out of business yet, they simply cannot create satire when reality is simply far more absurd than anything they could produce.

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    • Replies: @Bard of Bumperstickers
    Why? Because The Onion's just that good - that's why: https://www.theonion.com/man-finally-put-in-charge-of-struggling-feminist-moveme-1819569515 };^D
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  6. Barnard says:

    I like how she mentions that the fact that all the employees are women is just something that has worked out that way. Clearly no employment discrimination is involved in their hiring practices.

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    I like how she mentions that the fact that all the employees are women is just something that has worked out that way. Clearly no employment discrimination is involved in their hiring practices.
     
    Men have more discrimination in choosing employers.
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    You leave Him out of this.
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  8. @Jason Liu
    equality was a mistake

    In the beginning the Universe was created. This has made a lot of people very angry and been widely regarded as a bad move. – Douglas Adams

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  9. TWS says:
    @Jason Liu
    equality was a mistake

    Why did we teach them to speak?

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    • Replies: @Kylie
    Teaching them to speak wasn't the mistake. Listening to them was.
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  10. Dumbo says:

    I love cheese, but I think I lost my appetite now.

    Our modern culture is simply beyond stupid.

    “Last time I checked, you couldn’t milk boys!”

    I would make a joke with that but, never mind…

    Maybe better cheese from feminist lesbians than from imported Afghan herders.

    Who knows anymore.

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    Milking cows aren't sufficiently feminist, apparently...
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  11. @Jenner Ickham Errican
    https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/7/74/GOYA_-_El_aquelarre_%28Museo_Lázaro_Galdiano%2C_Madrid%2C_1797-98%29.jpg

    You leave Him out of this.

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    • Replies: @Jenner Ickham Errican
    Okay, how about this:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XVni_8VzsKI
    , @Romanian
    Get out of here with your Black Shorts!
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  12. JimB says:

    Now you can put feminist cheese between two slices of sourdough bread made with vaginal yeast. I call it the Estrogina.

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    Thanks a lot Jim. Between you and the broken vending machines, my Low-Density Cholesterol level is going to take a well-deserved beating for the next few days.
    , @Ivy
    You can chase that sandwich with some Black Cow Vodka, made entirely from cow's milk. Yeah, I know, I thought it wasn't real either, but just had some and it was pretty good.

    https://www.blackcow.co.uk/
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  13. TheBoom says:

    Wait. I thought we were supposed to fight cisgendered bigotry. How can they assume the gender of the livestock.

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    How can they assume the gender of the livestock?
     
    Clearly a thing to be adressed by animal-rights activists.

    (Meeeh!)
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  14. Clyde says:

    I actually took time to skim this NY Times article. There is not much money in such small scale cheese making so these gals are either trust funders or have husbands with good paying jobs. But I respect all people, even feminists & lesbians, who produce food so I will not talk them down. Maybe women do have a talent with cheese making because the two funkiest goat cheeses I ever ate were bought direct at small farms. And by funky I mean reminiscent of a goat barn and goat piss.

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    But I respect all people, even feminists & lesbians, who produce food so I will not talk them down.

    I was going to say something similar. I think it's entirely possible that this might be the kind of thing women actually are better at. I think the whole idea of branding it as "feminist", and actually marketing it that way is a little silly. But corporations have been marketing all kinds of goofy things as vaguely feminist for awhile now, so this certainly doesn't seem any worse than the average.

    I'd also like to point out that, in their zeal to oppose men who allegedly want to send them back to the kitchen, these women have gone back to being actual milkmaids. So more power to them.
    , @Guy de Champlagne
    Supermarket american cheeses suck. I don't know about what these people are producing but cheese is definitely an area where there is a lot of reward to developing your palate and then seeking out a high quality product. As with all these things where europeans are looking down their noses at the US: it only bothers Americans because they know in their hearts that the europeans are right.

    And as others have pointed out, if women do have some special talent for cheese it's hardly some feminist revelation since as the article points out they were the ones traditionally performing the task .

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  15. anon says: • Disclaimer

    you know, i should be smh, but skimming that article just makes me pine for selling my house and moving to the country to grow vegetables and raise goats and chickens…

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  16. anon says: • Disclaimer
    @Clyde
    I actually took time to skim this NY Times article. There is not much money in such small scale cheese making so these gals are either trust funders or have husbands with good paying jobs. But I respect all people, even feminists & lesbians, who produce food so I will not talk them down. Maybe women do have a talent with cheese making because the two funkiest goat cheeses I ever ate were bought direct at small farms. And by funky I mean reminiscent of a goat barn and goat piss.

    But I respect all people, even feminists & lesbians, who produce food so I will not talk them down.

    I was going to say something similar. I think it’s entirely possible that this might be the kind of thing women actually are better at. I think the whole idea of branding it as “feminist”, and actually marketing it that way is a little silly. But corporations have been marketing all kinds of goofy things as vaguely feminist for awhile now, so this certainly doesn’t seem any worse than the average.

    I’d also like to point out that, in their zeal to oppose men who allegedly want to send them back to the kitchen, these women have gone back to being actual milkmaids. So more power to them.

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    The Milkmaid's Tale?

    The Milkmaid's Tail?
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  17. Anonymous says: • Disclaimer

    What’s next? Feminist tuna?

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  18. J. Dart says:

    In contrast, anti-transphobic cheese is guaranteed to be from livestock who identify as female.

    Nah, if you milk a male cow, the protein content in the “milk” is probably too high to produce good cheese.

    (In all seriousness, bull semen sells for higher prices than cheese on a pound-per-pound basis. Another example of bovine discrimination!)

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  19. Anon says: • Disclaimer
    @anon
    But I respect all people, even feminists & lesbians, who produce food so I will not talk them down.

    I was going to say something similar. I think it's entirely possible that this might be the kind of thing women actually are better at. I think the whole idea of branding it as "feminist", and actually marketing it that way is a little silly. But corporations have been marketing all kinds of goofy things as vaguely feminist for awhile now, so this certainly doesn't seem any worse than the average.

    I'd also like to point out that, in their zeal to oppose men who allegedly want to send them back to the kitchen, these women have gone back to being actual milkmaids. So more power to them.

    The Milkmaid’s Tale?

    The Milkmaid’s Tail?

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    In the name of sisterhood, women should only eat meat of female animal. Cow meat, not bull meat.
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  20. The source of transgender cheese: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X_epmoLeRGA

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  21. @Roderick Spode
    You leave Him out of this.

    Okay, how about this:

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  22. @JimB
    Now you can put feminist cheese between two slices of sourdough bread made with vaginal yeast. I call it the Estrogina.

    Thanks a lot Jim. Between you and the broken vending machines, my Low-Density Cholesterol level is going to take a well-deserved beating for the next few days.

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  23. anonymous says: • Disclaimer

    Cheese was historically woman’s “indoor” work while men were outside plowing the fields, as the New York City cheesemonger Anne Saxelby details in a useful “5 Minute History” last spring, in which she proclaimed that “The Future (And Past!) of Cheese Is Female.”

    Then came the Kraft brothers and their convenient processed singles of midcentury; the slick bricks of Velveeta, Philadelphia and Cracker Barrel.

    I call BS. Is she telling me that the multitude of cheeses developed over the course of European history were the product of women, and that this only changed due to the Kraft brothers?

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    • Replies: @Bro Methylene
    "Feminists," of the hipster-who-reads-the New-York-Times variety, have suddenly discovered soup and cheese. Along with their substandard efforts to produce these two staples of the human diet, both millennia old, will come a preposterous re-writing of history, of the "Afrocentric" or "Aliens-Built-The Pyramids" variety.
    , @Pericles

    I call BS. Is she telling me that the multitude of cheeses developed over the course of European history were the product of women, and that this only changed due to the Kraft brothers?

     

    The newspaper of record, lol.
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  24. Forbes says:
    @Dumbo
    I love cheese, but I think I lost my appetite now.

    Our modern culture is simply beyond stupid.

    “Last time I checked, you couldn’t milk boys!”

     

    I would make a joke with that but, never mind...

    Maybe better cheese from feminist lesbians than from imported Afghan herders.

    Who knows anymore.

    Milking cows aren’t sufficiently feminist, apparently…

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  25. Try making cheese with milk from these goats

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    Thanks.
    , @PhDPepper
    Ha, it's like election night all over again.
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  26. anonymous says: • Disclaimer

    So cuttin’ the cheese is ladylike!

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  27. Ivy says:
    @JimB
    Now you can put feminist cheese between two slices of sourdough bread made with vaginal yeast. I call it the Estrogina.

    You can chase that sandwich with some Black Cow Vodka, made entirely from cow’s milk. Yeah, I know, I thought it wasn’t real either, but just had some and it was pretty good.

    https://www.blackcow.co.uk/

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  28. We had worked hard rebuilding the barn, putting up sheep sheds and fencing in pasture on our small, old former-dairy farm that was situated in prime, lush bottom land. Eventually, I realized that I was getting too old to manage so much stuff so it was time to sell.

    One Real Estate agent, a woman, was showing our place to two separate interested parties. She called Friday evening and presented us with an offer from one of these two. She insisted that we answer by Sunday evening. We accepted the offer and signed the papers.

    On the following Tuesday we received a telephone call from the other interested party. They insisted that they wanted to buy our farm. “But we had already signed an offer”, we told them. They were angry. The second couple immediately offered us $30,000 more than we had accepted. They had told the Realtor that if anyone else made an offer that they wanted to be informed.

    Real Estate Law stated that once the Realtor had made an offer on behalf of one client, then she was duty bound to tell her other client that she could not represent them. This would allow them to hire a new agent to represent them in the bidding process.

    Had both interested parties had separate agents, we would have been in the enviable position of being in the middle of a bidding war.

    We contacted the sales agent and complained. She told us “tough luck”. We filed a complaint with the State Real Estate grievance board. We were advised that little could or would be done. It was over. Any disciplinary action would take a year and would probably result in little more than a warning.

    The woman who bought our place converted it into a boutique Goat cheese farm. She bought her goats from the Real Estate agent who handled the sale. I’m not kidding. The agent’s Goat cheese farm was located just a mile up the road. They were and are still bosom buddies (so to speak).

    Now they both make boutique Goat cheese.

    Aren’t women wonderful? So caring and nurturing? So supportive of one another?

    What are Law and Regulations anyway? Guy stuff. Arbitrary rules laid down by men, that’s what.

    What’s a small thing like conflict of interest when empowering women is in the balance?

    Men can be so….so, inconvenient, with their insistence on conformity to universal standards. Women, on the other hand, are attuned to all that can be accomplished with the “personal touch”.

    I am not looking forward to a time when 100% of our judges are women and they write our laws.

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    I want to add that had the agent told the second couple that she could no longer represent them and had they bought our place, then of course, the agent would have been out of a commission. That's why she didn't tell them.

    Does it get any more crooked than this?

    , @utu
    "Men can be so….so, inconvenient" and stupid. Why did you agree on the offer? You have no case.
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  29. @Prof. Woland
    Try making cheese with milk from these goats

    https://youtu.be/PpccpglnNf0

    Thanks.

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  30. @ThreeCranes
    We had worked hard rebuilding the barn, putting up sheep sheds and fencing in pasture on our small, old former-dairy farm that was situated in prime, lush bottom land. Eventually, I realized that I was getting too old to manage so much stuff so it was time to sell.

    One Real Estate agent, a woman, was showing our place to two separate interested parties. She called Friday evening and presented us with an offer from one of these two. She insisted that we answer by Sunday evening. We accepted the offer and signed the papers.

    On the following Tuesday we received a telephone call from the other interested party. They insisted that they wanted to buy our farm. "But we had already signed an offer", we told them. They were angry. The second couple immediately offered us $30,000 more than we had accepted. They had told the Realtor that if anyone else made an offer that they wanted to be informed.

    Real Estate Law stated that once the Realtor had made an offer on behalf of one client, then she was duty bound to tell her other client that she could not represent them. This would allow them to hire a new agent to represent them in the bidding process.

    Had both interested parties had separate agents, we would have been in the enviable position of being in the middle of a bidding war.

    We contacted the sales agent and complained. She told us "tough luck". We filed a complaint with the State Real Estate grievance board. We were advised that little could or would be done. It was over. Any disciplinary action would take a year and would probably result in little more than a warning.

    The woman who bought our place converted it into a boutique Goat cheese farm. She bought her goats from the Real Estate agent who handled the sale. I'm not kidding. The agent's Goat cheese farm was located just a mile up the road. They were and are still bosom buddies (so to speak).

    Now they both make boutique Goat cheese.

    Aren't women wonderful? So caring and nurturing? So supportive of one another?

    What are Law and Regulations anyway? Guy stuff. Arbitrary rules laid down by men, that's what.

    What's a small thing like conflict of interest when empowering women is in the balance?

    Men can be so....so, inconvenient, with their insistence on conformity to universal standards. Women, on the other hand, are attuned to all that can be accomplished with the "personal touch".

    I am not looking forward to a time when 100% of our judges are women and they write our laws.

    I want to add that had the agent told the second couple that she could no longer represent them and had they bought our place, then of course, the agent would have been out of a commission. That’s why she didn’t tell them.

    Does it get any more crooked than this?

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    Ugh. Hope you at least posted reviews about what potential clients can expect from this woman anywhere her name shows up online (her professional Facebook page, Google reviews, etc.)
    , @Almost Missouri
    Could you ave refused to honor the contract with the first buyer on the grounds that the contract was fraudulently obtained?
    , @Autochthon
    Realtors are scum; the kind of shenanigans you were victim to happen constantly. You can handle your own purchase or sale quite easily with minimal effort; even an honest realtor does very little work for an obscene amount of money. Just hire inspectors, a title company, and a lawyer for closing yourself.

    Never deal with a realtor. Never. They are scum.
    , @Clyde
    So what, a nephew got jacked on a real estate sale (inheritance) in Steve's neighborhood. This was in Marina Del Rey. This was a three million dollar property that should have been sold a lot better. She dealt it to her insider friends. We (my family) knew the gay guy and his outfit who knew *exactly* the best way to represent it such as with precise staging that costs $20,000. Net loss to nephew was $300,000. Happened just last year.

    Who did all the double dealing? The female administrator of the estate. She is screwing him in other ways too by dealing other buddies into estate administration. An on-going situation.

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  31. kihowi says:

    Journalism is the easiest job in the world. Take any aspect of life where “success” is definable and which is dominated by men (all of them), find some women who either have done nothing yet and look promising (industry X is about to be taken over!) or who have been around for a while and got bitter because competing with men is hard (industry X is sexist!), glue together with emotional adjectives until you’ve hit your wordcount.

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  32. Dr. Doom says:

    Feminist Goat Cheese. Fighting the oppression of White Farmers and the Racism of White Milk and Dairy Products. Lactaid Revenge for people whose ancestors were too stupid to Master Agriculture.

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  33. PhDPepper says:
    @Prof. Woland
    Try making cheese with milk from these goats

    https://youtu.be/PpccpglnNf0

    Ha, it’s like election night all over again.

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  34. Elizabeth Cady Stilton
    Susan B. Asiago
    Betty Fromage
    Lady Constance Burrata-Lytton
    Helen Gorgonzola Brown
    Gruyere Steinem
    Anna Maria Mozzarella
    Lavachequirit Mott

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    Cheddar Gabler?
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  35. Anon says: • Disclaimer
    @Anon
    The Milkmaid's Tale?

    The Milkmaid's Tail?

    In the name of sisterhood, women should only eat meat of female animal. Cow meat, not bull meat.

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  36. @ThreeCranes
    I want to add that had the agent told the second couple that she could no longer represent them and had they bought our place, then of course, the agent would have been out of a commission. That's why she didn't tell them.

    Does it get any more crooked than this?

    Ugh. Hope you at least posted reviews about what potential clients can expect from this woman anywhere her name shows up online (her professional Facebook page, Google reviews, etc.)

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  37. After all, blessed are the cheesemakers.

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    • Replies: @eddy wobegon
    "After all, blessed are the cheesemakers."

    . . . or really, anyone in the dairy industry.
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  38. utu says:
    @ThreeCranes
    We had worked hard rebuilding the barn, putting up sheep sheds and fencing in pasture on our small, old former-dairy farm that was situated in prime, lush bottom land. Eventually, I realized that I was getting too old to manage so much stuff so it was time to sell.

    One Real Estate agent, a woman, was showing our place to two separate interested parties. She called Friday evening and presented us with an offer from one of these two. She insisted that we answer by Sunday evening. We accepted the offer and signed the papers.

    On the following Tuesday we received a telephone call from the other interested party. They insisted that they wanted to buy our farm. "But we had already signed an offer", we told them. They were angry. The second couple immediately offered us $30,000 more than we had accepted. They had told the Realtor that if anyone else made an offer that they wanted to be informed.

    Real Estate Law stated that once the Realtor had made an offer on behalf of one client, then she was duty bound to tell her other client that she could not represent them. This would allow them to hire a new agent to represent them in the bidding process.

    Had both interested parties had separate agents, we would have been in the enviable position of being in the middle of a bidding war.

    We contacted the sales agent and complained. She told us "tough luck". We filed a complaint with the State Real Estate grievance board. We were advised that little could or would be done. It was over. Any disciplinary action would take a year and would probably result in little more than a warning.

    The woman who bought our place converted it into a boutique Goat cheese farm. She bought her goats from the Real Estate agent who handled the sale. I'm not kidding. The agent's Goat cheese farm was located just a mile up the road. They were and are still bosom buddies (so to speak).

    Now they both make boutique Goat cheese.

    Aren't women wonderful? So caring and nurturing? So supportive of one another?

    What are Law and Regulations anyway? Guy stuff. Arbitrary rules laid down by men, that's what.

    What's a small thing like conflict of interest when empowering women is in the balance?

    Men can be so....so, inconvenient, with their insistence on conformity to universal standards. Women, on the other hand, are attuned to all that can be accomplished with the "personal touch".

    I am not looking forward to a time when 100% of our judges are women and they write our laws.

    “Men can be so….so, inconvenient” and stupid. Why did you agree on the offer? You have no case.

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    • Replies: @ThreeCranes
    " You have no case."

    Except that the Realtor was obligated to tell the other couple that she was an agent acting on behalf of another buyer once an offer had been made. This would have given the second couple the opportunity to work with another realtor. They would then have contacted us immediately, in the two days before we accepted. (As it was, they contacted us on their own by phone as soon as they realtor informed them of our having accepted the offer.)

    That they were serious about making an offer and not blowing smoke was indicated by the fact that it was they who instigated the complaint process, contacted a lawyer and encouraged us to do so as well. They aggressively follow this up for a month. They wanted our farm.

    We were told that a legal battle would take a year to resolve itself. Meanwhile, we would be in the same home.

    Sorry utu, she was an unscrupulous b*tch. There's no way to soft peddle it. She violated her oath of good practice which, as it turns out, has no teeth in it. "So sue me" is the way it works. Who wants to go through that?
    , @bomag

    You have no case.
     
    From what's been presented here, it looks like misconduct on the realtor's part. Plenty of contracts have been voided for less.

    Three Cranes could have refused to honor the contract on those grounds and let the sleazeballs take him to court.

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  39. Kylie says:
    @TWS
    Why did we teach them to speak?

    Teaching them to speak wasn’t the mistake. Listening to them was.

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  40. @Clyde
    I actually took time to skim this NY Times article. There is not much money in such small scale cheese making so these gals are either trust funders or have husbands with good paying jobs. But I respect all people, even feminists & lesbians, who produce food so I will not talk them down. Maybe women do have a talent with cheese making because the two funkiest goat cheeses I ever ate were bought direct at small farms. And by funky I mean reminiscent of a goat barn and goat piss.

    Supermarket american cheeses suck. I don’t know about what these people are producing but cheese is definitely an area where there is a lot of reward to developing your palate and then seeking out a high quality product. As with all these things where europeans are looking down their noses at the US: it only bothers Americans because they know in their hearts that the europeans are right.

    And as others have pointed out, if women do have some special talent for cheese it’s hardly some feminist revelation since as the article points out they were the ones traditionally performing the task .

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    Good evening, Mr. and Mrs. America from border to border and coast to coast and all the ships at sea. This just in--- American women doing traditional women's work , with the traditional long hours, shitty workplace and low pay, and bragging about it.

    The only part of the story missing is Maw sending Jr down to the General Greene Inn to lead Paw home for supper after a hard afternoon re fighting the Revolution at the local bar.
    , @MBlanc46
    We find many excellent Wisconsin and Vermont cheeses.
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  41. rogue-one says:

    But is it cis or trans? Keeping up with the current trends, I only eat trans cheese.

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  42. @anonymous

    Cheese was historically woman’s “indoor” work while men were outside plowing the fields, as the New York City cheesemonger Anne Saxelby details in a useful “5 Minute History” last spring, in which she proclaimed that “The Future (And Past!) of Cheese Is Female.”

    Then came the Kraft brothers and their convenient processed singles of midcentury; the slick bricks of Velveeta, Philadelphia and Cracker Barrel.
     

    I call BS. Is she telling me that the multitude of cheeses developed over the course of European history were the product of women, and that this only changed due to the Kraft brothers?

    “Feminists,” of the hipster-who-reads-the New-York-Times variety, have suddenly discovered soup and cheese. Along with their substandard efforts to produce these two staples of the human diet, both millennia old, will come a preposterous re-writing of history, of the “Afrocentric” or “Aliens-Built-The Pyramids” variety.

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  43. MG says:

    What should John Cleese do now?

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  44. @ThreeCranes
    I want to add that had the agent told the second couple that she could no longer represent them and had they bought our place, then of course, the agent would have been out of a commission. That's why she didn't tell them.

    Does it get any more crooked than this?

    Could you ave refused to honor the contract with the first buyer on the grounds that the contract was fraudulently obtained?

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    I am not an expert on real estate law, but it seems to me that there wasn't actually any misrepresentation here. It does look like the agent breached her duties to one of her principals, but I doubt that the seller has standing to complain.

    The only argument I can think of is that the agent and the buyer engaged in a conspiracy in restraint of trade, i.e. an antitrust violation. I'm not sure how that would play out.

    As far as the bigger picture goes, I have seen male real estate agents engage in misbehavior just as bad. All around, it's a pretty scummy industry.

    There are some types of misbehavior which are more common among men than women; there are some types of misbehavior which are more common among women than men. My impression is that business avarice is slightly more common among men than women, perhaps 60/40. Probably due to the intense social pressure on men to make money and the fact that men are more likely to work in "eat what you kill" types of jobs.
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  45. sabril says:
    @Almost Missouri
    Could you ave refused to honor the contract with the first buyer on the grounds that the contract was fraudulently obtained?

    I am not an expert on real estate law, but it seems to me that there wasn’t actually any misrepresentation here. It does look like the agent breached her duties to one of her principals, but I doubt that the seller has standing to complain.

    The only argument I can think of is that the agent and the buyer engaged in a conspiracy in restraint of trade, i.e. an antitrust violation. I’m not sure how that would play out.

    As far as the bigger picture goes, I have seen male real estate agents engage in misbehavior just as bad. All around, it’s a pretty scummy industry.

    There are some types of misbehavior which are more common among men than women; there are some types of misbehavior which are more common among women than men. My impression is that business avarice is slightly more common among men than women, perhaps 60/40. Probably due to the intense social pressure on men to make money and the fact that men are more likely to work in “eat what you kill” types of jobs.

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  46. Female Goatophilia. What’s the world coming to ?

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  47. @utu
    "Men can be so….so, inconvenient" and stupid. Why did you agree on the offer? You have no case.

    ” You have no case.”

    Except that the Realtor was obligated to tell the other couple that she was an agent acting on behalf of another buyer once an offer had been made. This would have given the second couple the opportunity to work with another realtor. They would then have contacted us immediately, in the two days before we accepted. (As it was, they contacted us on their own by phone as soon as they realtor informed them of our having accepted the offer.)

    That they were serious about making an offer and not blowing smoke was indicated by the fact that it was they who instigated the complaint process, contacted a lawyer and encouraged us to do so as well. They aggressively follow this up for a month. They wanted our farm.

    We were told that a legal battle would take a year to resolve itself. Meanwhile, we would be in the same home.

    Sorry utu, she was an unscrupulous b*tch. There’s no way to soft peddle it. She violated her oath of good practice which, as it turns out, has no teeth in it. “So sue me” is the way it works. Who wants to go through that?

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    The woman who bought our place converted it into a boutique Goat cheese farm. She bought her goats from the Real Estate agent who handled the sale. I’m not kidding. The agent’s Goat cheese farm was located just a mile up the road. They were and are still bosom buddies (so to speak).

     

    This part seems pretty dirty too. How can the realtor act as a honest broker if she has business dealings with one of the parties?
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  48. @ThreeCranes
    I want to add that had the agent told the second couple that she could no longer represent them and had they bought our place, then of course, the agent would have been out of a commission. That's why she didn't tell them.

    Does it get any more crooked than this?

    Realtors are scum; the kind of shenanigans you were victim to happen constantly. You can handle your own purchase or sale quite easily with minimal effort; even an honest realtor does very little work for an obscene amount of money. Just hire inspectors, a title company, and a lawyer for closing yourself.

    Never deal with a realtor. Never. They are scum.

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    They are scum.
     
    Well, there are some good ones that bring more eyeballs to the sale.

    But when I first encountered the "profession", I was shocked at the sleaze.
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  49. Pericles says:
    @anonymous

    Cheese was historically woman’s “indoor” work while men were outside plowing the fields, as the New York City cheesemonger Anne Saxelby details in a useful “5 Minute History” last spring, in which she proclaimed that “The Future (And Past!) of Cheese Is Female.”

    Then came the Kraft brothers and their convenient processed singles of midcentury; the slick bricks of Velveeta, Philadelphia and Cracker Barrel.
     

    I call BS. Is she telling me that the multitude of cheeses developed over the course of European history were the product of women, and that this only changed due to the Kraft brothers?

    I call BS. Is she telling me that the multitude of cheeses developed over the course of European history were the product of women, and that this only changed due to the Kraft brothers?

    The newspaper of record, lol.

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  50. Pericles says:
    @ThreeCranes
    " You have no case."

    Except that the Realtor was obligated to tell the other couple that she was an agent acting on behalf of another buyer once an offer had been made. This would have given the second couple the opportunity to work with another realtor. They would then have contacted us immediately, in the two days before we accepted. (As it was, they contacted us on their own by phone as soon as they realtor informed them of our having accepted the offer.)

    That they were serious about making an offer and not blowing smoke was indicated by the fact that it was they who instigated the complaint process, contacted a lawyer and encouraged us to do so as well. They aggressively follow this up for a month. They wanted our farm.

    We were told that a legal battle would take a year to resolve itself. Meanwhile, we would be in the same home.

    Sorry utu, she was an unscrupulous b*tch. There's no way to soft peddle it. She violated her oath of good practice which, as it turns out, has no teeth in it. "So sue me" is the way it works. Who wants to go through that?

    The woman who bought our place converted it into a boutique Goat cheese farm. She bought her goats from the Real Estate agent who handled the sale. I’m not kidding. The agent’s Goat cheese farm was located just a mile up the road. They were and are still bosom buddies (so to speak).

    This part seems pretty dirty too. How can the realtor act as a honest broker if she has business dealings with one of the parties?

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  51. dr kill says:
    @Guy de Champlagne
    Supermarket american cheeses suck. I don't know about what these people are producing but cheese is definitely an area where there is a lot of reward to developing your palate and then seeking out a high quality product. As with all these things where europeans are looking down their noses at the US: it only bothers Americans because they know in their hearts that the europeans are right.

    And as others have pointed out, if women do have some special talent for cheese it's hardly some feminist revelation since as the article points out they were the ones traditionally performing the task .

    Good evening, Mr. and Mrs. America from border to border and coast to coast and all the ships at sea. This just in— American women doing traditional women’s work , with the traditional long hours, shitty workplace and low pay, and bragging about it.

    The only part of the story missing is Maw sending Jr down to the General Greene Inn to lead Paw home for supper after a hard afternoon re fighting the Revolution at the local bar.

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    American women doing traditional women’s work , with the traditional long hours, shitty workplace and low pay, and bragging about it.

    This is literally a shitty workplace. That's entirely different.
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  52. bomag says:
    @utu
    "Men can be so….so, inconvenient" and stupid. Why did you agree on the offer? You have no case.

    You have no case.

    From what’s been presented here, it looks like misconduct on the realtor’s part. Plenty of contracts have been voided for less.

    Three Cranes could have refused to honor the contract on those grounds and let the sleazeballs take him to court.

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  53. bomag says:
    @Autochthon
    Realtors are scum; the kind of shenanigans you were victim to happen constantly. You can handle your own purchase or sale quite easily with minimal effort; even an honest realtor does very little work for an obscene amount of money. Just hire inspectors, a title company, and a lawyer for closing yourself.

    Never deal with a realtor. Never. They are scum.

    They are scum.

    Well, there are some good ones that bring more eyeballs to the sale.

    But when I first encountered the “profession”, I was shocked at the sleaze.

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  54. Clyde says:
    @ThreeCranes
    I want to add that had the agent told the second couple that she could no longer represent them and had they bought our place, then of course, the agent would have been out of a commission. That's why she didn't tell them.

    Does it get any more crooked than this?

    So what, a nephew got jacked on a real estate sale (inheritance) in Steve’s neighborhood. This was in Marina Del Rey. This was a three million dollar property that should have been sold a lot better. She dealt it to her insider friends. We (my family) knew the gay guy and his outfit who knew *exactly* the best way to represent it such as with precise staging that costs $20,000. Net loss to nephew was $300,000. Happened just last year.

    Who did all the double dealing? The female administrator of the estate. She is screwing him in other ways too by dealing other buddies into estate administration. An on-going situation.

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  55. Is this new? Feminist cheese is as old as Melchizedek. I thought feminism was cheese all the way down. Cheese, cheese, and more cheese. Cheesy theories, cheesy theorizers… Hasn’t it always been like this?

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  56. Kylie says:

    Who knew womyn’s work could be so empowering?

    Of course, it was “domestic drudgery” until the “e” was replaced with a “y”.

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  57. @TheBoom
    Wait. I thought we were supposed to fight cisgendered bigotry. How can they assume the gender of the livestock.

    How can they assume the gender of the livestock?

    Clearly a thing to be adressed by animal-rights activists.

    (Meeeh!)

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  58. @James N. Kennett
    After all, blessed are the cheesemakers.

    “After all, blessed are the cheesemakers.”

    . . . or really, anyone in the dairy industry.

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    “After all, blessed are the cheesemakers.”

    . . . or really, anyone in the dairy industry.
     

    Blessed with all the illegal aliens NAFTA put out of business back home in whatever serves as Mexico's Wisconsin. Add our own subsidies to that, and our farmers win three times over.

    Yet they're suffering from low prices.

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  59. Ivy says:

    With Christmas soon upon us, don’t forget all those maids a’milkin.

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  60. @dr kill
    Good evening, Mr. and Mrs. America from border to border and coast to coast and all the ships at sea. This just in--- American women doing traditional women's work , with the traditional long hours, shitty workplace and low pay, and bragging about it.

    The only part of the story missing is Maw sending Jr down to the General Greene Inn to lead Paw home for supper after a hard afternoon re fighting the Revolution at the local bar.

    American women doing traditional women’s work , with the traditional long hours, shitty workplace and low pay, and bragging about it.

    This is literally a shitty workplace. That’s entirely different.

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  61. MBlanc46 says:

    Worth it for the goat video.

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  62. @neutral
    I don't understand how The Onion has not gone out of business yet, they simply cannot create satire when reality is simply far more absurd than anything they could produce.

    Why? Because The Onion’s just that good – that’s why: https://www.theonion.com/man-finally-put-in-charge-of-struggling-feminist-moveme-1819569515 };^D

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  63. MBlanc46 says:
    @Guy de Champlagne
    Supermarket american cheeses suck. I don't know about what these people are producing but cheese is definitely an area where there is a lot of reward to developing your palate and then seeking out a high quality product. As with all these things where europeans are looking down their noses at the US: it only bothers Americans because they know in their hearts that the europeans are right.

    And as others have pointed out, if women do have some special talent for cheese it's hardly some feminist revelation since as the article points out they were the ones traditionally performing the task .

    We find many excellent Wisconsin and Vermont cheeses.

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  64. Help says:

    Hey iStevers…I need help…

    I am a woman who just got married to a wonderful man. I have read steve sailer for 10 years and the advice I read from Roosh helped me meet my husband.

    But we just had a bit of a spat…and it is the same spat over and over again…

    I showed him Feminist Cheese and he found it amusing and thought the women were ridiculous. I pointed out the batty old bitch who said men weren’t ‘kind, clean’ etc to work with and I always get angry when I start talking about all this stuff.

    I’ve lost a lot of friendships over the fact I always get angry over this stuff.

    So my husband wants to know ‘Why should he care about these silly women? How does this affect him? What is the bigger picture?’

    Now I could easily give my man the bigger picture as related to his broken family, childless brothers (brotherss…multiple brothers over thirty all unmarried and childless and they are not living large as PUAs) and of course his own past. But if I do that He’ll Hate Me Forever. So I have to keep my mouth shut. Keep in mind that my boyfriend can’t see the dark side of people’s souls because of his parents divorces (multiple divorces.) Keep in mind my husband gets more angry at people who notice the dark side of people’s souls, not the people who have the bad souls.

    So with this in mind…Can an IStever write a non-personal generalized response and tell why My Husband Should Care about These Women and How it Relates to the Bigger Picture of the World (He is against immigration…originally due to the financial issues but he realizes that white people have a distinct culture, he admits that miscegenation on a large scale would be bad but he can’t bring himself to be against interracial marriage on a specific level)

    Someone please write something.

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    I want to hear more about how Roosh helped you find a husband...
    , @Jenner Ickham Errican

    Someone please write something.
     
    Um… Happy Thanksgiving?
    , @ScarletNumber
    Why do you still have a boyfriend if you are married?
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  65. NYT on Feminist Cheese

    If that’s anything like “fromunda cheese”, I don’t want to hear about it.

    The Culture Is Changing, With Feminist Cheese

    Wait, I thought cultures were for yogurt and kefir. And that atrocity knows as “cultured buttermilk”.

    But cheese?

    Whatever happened to real buttermilk, anyway? I last had it in a West Virginia hotel in 1980 or ’81.

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  66. @eddy wobegon
    "After all, blessed are the cheesemakers."

    . . . or really, anyone in the dairy industry.

    “After all, blessed are the cheesemakers.”

    . . . or really, anyone in the dairy industry.

    Blessed with all the illegal aliens NAFTA put out of business back home in whatever serves as Mexico’s Wisconsin. Add our own subsidies to that, and our farmers win three times over.

    Yet they’re suffering from low prices.

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  67. I simply refuse to wear socks not knitted by strong independent womyn. They’ve got a natural talent for it or something (and know, mystically, how to turn a heel correctly).

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  68. bomag says:
    @Help
    Hey iStevers...I need help...

    I am a woman who just got married to a wonderful man. I have read steve sailer for 10 years and the advice I read from Roosh helped me meet my husband.

    But we just had a bit of a spat...and it is the same spat over and over again...

    I showed him Feminist Cheese and he found it amusing and thought the women were ridiculous. I pointed out the batty old bitch who said men weren't 'kind, clean' etc to work with and I always get angry when I start talking about all this stuff.

    I've lost a lot of friendships over the fact I always get angry over this stuff.

    So my husband wants to know 'Why should he care about these silly women? How does this affect him? What is the bigger picture?'

    Now I could easily give my man the bigger picture as related to his broken family, childless brothers (brotherss...multiple brothers over thirty all unmarried and childless and they are not living large as PUAs) and of course his own past. But if I do that He'll Hate Me Forever. So I have to keep my mouth shut. Keep in mind that my boyfriend can't see the dark side of people's souls because of his parents divorces (multiple divorces.) Keep in mind my husband gets more angry at people who notice the dark side of people's souls, not the people who have the bad souls.

    So with this in mind...Can an IStever write a non-personal generalized response and tell why My Husband Should Care about These Women and How it Relates to the Bigger Picture of the World (He is against immigration...originally due to the financial issues but he realizes that white people have a distinct culture, he admits that miscegenation on a large scale would be bad but he can't bring himself to be against interracial marriage on a specific level)

    Someone please write something.

    I want to hear more about how Roosh helped you find a husband…

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  69. Cortes says:

    As long as they leave the fish alone…

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  70. @Barnard
    I like how she mentions that the fact that all the employees are women is just something that has worked out that way. Clearly no employment discrimination is involved in their hiring practices.

    I like how she mentions that the fact that all the employees are women is just something that has worked out that way. Clearly no employment discrimination is involved in their hiring practices.

    Men have more discrimination in choosing employers.

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  71. @Help
    Hey iStevers...I need help...

    I am a woman who just got married to a wonderful man. I have read steve sailer for 10 years and the advice I read from Roosh helped me meet my husband.

    But we just had a bit of a spat...and it is the same spat over and over again...

    I showed him Feminist Cheese and he found it amusing and thought the women were ridiculous. I pointed out the batty old bitch who said men weren't 'kind, clean' etc to work with and I always get angry when I start talking about all this stuff.

    I've lost a lot of friendships over the fact I always get angry over this stuff.

    So my husband wants to know 'Why should he care about these silly women? How does this affect him? What is the bigger picture?'

    Now I could easily give my man the bigger picture as related to his broken family, childless brothers (brotherss...multiple brothers over thirty all unmarried and childless and they are not living large as PUAs) and of course his own past. But if I do that He'll Hate Me Forever. So I have to keep my mouth shut. Keep in mind that my boyfriend can't see the dark side of people's souls because of his parents divorces (multiple divorces.) Keep in mind my husband gets more angry at people who notice the dark side of people's souls, not the people who have the bad souls.

    So with this in mind...Can an IStever write a non-personal generalized response and tell why My Husband Should Care about These Women and How it Relates to the Bigger Picture of the World (He is against immigration...originally due to the financial issues but he realizes that white people have a distinct culture, he admits that miscegenation on a large scale would be bad but he can't bring himself to be against interracial marriage on a specific level)

    Someone please write something.

    Someone please write something.

    Um… Happy Thanksgiving?

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  72. Escher says:

    The logo at the end of the article shows a blond white farm girl looking up at the sky. These feminists are not woke enough.

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  73. @Help
    Hey iStevers...I need help...

    I am a woman who just got married to a wonderful man. I have read steve sailer for 10 years and the advice I read from Roosh helped me meet my husband.

    But we just had a bit of a spat...and it is the same spat over and over again...

    I showed him Feminist Cheese and he found it amusing and thought the women were ridiculous. I pointed out the batty old bitch who said men weren't 'kind, clean' etc to work with and I always get angry when I start talking about all this stuff.

    I've lost a lot of friendships over the fact I always get angry over this stuff.

    So my husband wants to know 'Why should he care about these silly women? How does this affect him? What is the bigger picture?'

    Now I could easily give my man the bigger picture as related to his broken family, childless brothers (brotherss...multiple brothers over thirty all unmarried and childless and they are not living large as PUAs) and of course his own past. But if I do that He'll Hate Me Forever. So I have to keep my mouth shut. Keep in mind that my boyfriend can't see the dark side of people's souls because of his parents divorces (multiple divorces.) Keep in mind my husband gets more angry at people who notice the dark side of people's souls, not the people who have the bad souls.

    So with this in mind...Can an IStever write a non-personal generalized response and tell why My Husband Should Care about These Women and How it Relates to the Bigger Picture of the World (He is against immigration...originally due to the financial issues but he realizes that white people have a distinct culture, he admits that miscegenation on a large scale would be bad but he can't bring himself to be against interracial marriage on a specific level)

    Someone please write something.

    Why do you still have a boyfriend if you are married?

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    @Roderick Spode
    You leave Him out of this.

    Get out of here with your Black Shorts!

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  75. @Faraday's Bobcat
    Elizabeth Cady Stilton
    Susan B. Asiago
    Betty Fromage
    Lady Constance Burrata-Lytton
    Helen Gorgonzola Brown
    Gruyere Steinem
    Anna Maria Mozzarella
    Lavachequirit Mott

    Cheddar Gabler?

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