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Paul Krugman could tell Brett Kavanaugh was another Haven Monahan just by looking at him. Haven’t you people watched any romantic comedies going back to The Graduate in 1967? The mean rich kid who loses the girl to the mensch in the last reel always looks like Kavanaugh. Everybody knows that.

A photo from when the impoverished young Paul Krugman had to work his way thru Yale as Brett Kavanaugh’s caddy. Kavanaugh would require Krugman to kick his golf ball out from behind trees while nobody was looking.

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  1. Lagertha says:

    I want every Congressperson to have all their records from Middle School & HS! And with HS, it is with all sports, theater (* big #Metoo shit) included. The cool people were cool and the UnCola people thought they were safe for life. but, now no one, is UnCola. It all sucks – vote Republican!

  2. newrouter says:

    Why is any sane person taking this matter seriously? Laugh at these clowns.

    • Replies: @Realist
    , @Barnard
  3. Paul Krugman is another highly intelligent idiot.

    He’s probably triggered by the name Brett.

    Krugman’s nightmare:

  4. Swarmy, smirking, entitled…

    vs. Hillary’s girlfriend’s husband, who was clearly the victim of his addictions when his 50 year old self sent nude pictures to 15 year old girls.

    This guy should stick to economics. Except he’s not any good at that either. Maybe left wing shill is his highest calling.

  5. I’ve long suspected that Krugman has zero self awareness and now I am convinced.

    • Agree: Buzz Mohawk
    • Replies: @Lagertha
    , @Unladen Swallow
  6. Clyde says:

    Can you believe the Senators are so lazy and stupid that Kavanaugh and Blasey-Ford are testifying next Monday. Why not tomorrow? And still vote Wednesday as scheduled.

    And the bllsht gets piled higher:

    PALO ALTO — The fog was just lifting at Capitola beach one morning this July when Christine Blasey Ford confided in two friends. She had written her congresswoman and anonymously tipped off the Washington Post with her explosive story, claiming Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh had sexually assaulted her in high school.

    But now she was worried that her name would come out. She was bracing for an avalanche of attacks and searching her memory for anyone, anything, that could validate her story.

    “I’ve been trying to forget this all my life, and now I’m supposed to remember every little detail,” one of those friends, Jim Gensheimer, recalled Blasey Ford saying that summer day while watching her kids participate in a Junior Lifeguard program. “They’re going to be all over me.”


    • Replies: @Olorin
    , @Daniel H
    , @Forbes
    , @Anon
  7. Lagertha says:

    I could call out #MeToo shit in a heartbeat when I was at my elite Uni in the early 80′s – never mind; I have records, but from HS, for God’s sake!..hahaa! These apparatchiks from the 80′s & early 90′s: be careful. I still hate you….so, I will get even with you and will destroy you when the time comes.

    • Agree: Svigor
  8. eah says:

    “white guys”

    • Replies: @eah
    , @Polynikes
  9. Lagertha says:
    @Buzz Mohawk

    That’s a Cubbies ad. I love Chubbies.

    • Replies: @Lagertha
  10. Lagertha says:
    @Rufio Panman Fan

    can’t you tell people are full of bs? what is wrong with you? OK, harsh. I hate when people say that they so understand you and all. Are you, are that stupid?

  11. 22pp22 says:

    I thought Kiwi politics were dumb. No one here expects a seventeen-year-old to behave sensibly. That’s why they can’t vote. Even lefties think this is ridiculous. Why didn’t she come forward earlier? She should just be laughed at.

    I am surprised you are not fighting each other yet. I think the two sides in the US hate each other more than Tutsi and Hutu in Rwanda.

    We have coalition governments because of the nature of our electoral system.

    The last right-of-centre government was in coalition with the Maori Party. It worked out fine. The Maori Party are really only interested in “their people” but the handled the social welfare brief very well.

    The current left-of-centre government is in coalition with the highly nationalist New Zealand First.

    NZ First has done the one thing I wanted them to do which is block an increase in refugee settlement.

    The government here is a long way from perfect and we are afflicted by PC as well, but what’s happening in the US is absurd.

    NZ First is run by a highly charismatic Maori goofball called Winston Peters who has turned baiting leftie journalists into performance art.

    • Replies: @Svigor
  12. Lagertha says:

    miswrote…misunderestimated my spelling. So, brag-on: my kid was a chubbies ambassador and a model whoooohooooo!!!!!!

  13. Svigor says:

    It’s ridiculous to entertain Jews making statements like this. But if you simply can’t help yourself, check and see if he ever said anything like this about Strzok, who, while “testifying” to Congress, reached levels of smarmy, smirking, and mercenary heretofore thought impossible.

  14. eah says:

    Searching Krugman’s Twitter timeline for the word “white” reminds me of the Pat Condell video about Brexit/the Guardian class that was posted recently in the comments.

    • Replies: @Redneck farmer
  15. Svigor says:

    I am surprised you are not fighting each other yet. I think the two sides in the US hate each other more than Tutsi and Hutu in Rwanda.


  16. Lagertha says:

    The problem with the Bret thing is: there is no problem, As far as the men I screwed in HS, well, they are several in NJ, NY, CT etc; some, in very high positions now.

    None of them ever attacked me in HS – we were all drunk…no one got raped (or were pregnant 4 weeks later or something;) we were f*cked up kids & sex-crazed kids of the late 70′s. The men I mentioned who are in High Positions now, should STFU and stop being partisan hacks….after all these times. BTW, I kept journals! Beware, beware, beware

  17. Lagertha says:

    People like Krugman…take them down. He wants to besmirch white guys before they even talk about stuff: take him down as a white guy. His sons & daughters don’t have any defense around them when they are in areas where people hate Westerners/Europeans/UN aids/DWB staff – soon stuff.

    Grow a pair of balls…if you are white in Africa/MENA/Asia/EU/America…no one gives a shit about your high-minded ideas of equality – realize the fuck up…it is always about Corporations and their return to investors. sheesh.

  18. PaceLaw says:

    Yeah, pretty disappointing coming from Krugman. Not that he would want any ethnic stereotypes shot back in his direction.

  19. El Dato says:

    Barbara Boxer: ‘This Woman Is to Be Believed,’ ‘This Was Attempted Rape’

    She added, “You can believe Dr. Ford. This was attempted rape. And this is a woman who exhibits, Dr. Ford, courage, but the classic signs of post-traumatic stress.”

    I foresee a new Hollywood “based on a true story” production called “30 years of classic post-traumatic stress”.

    Meanwhile, well-documented sources confirm that Kavanaugh did the nanny, too:

    • Replies: @Dr. X
  20. From CNN: “Sen. Dianne Feinstein, the California Democrat who has come under sharp scrutiny for her handling of the sexual assault accusations against Brett Kavanaugh, said Monday that she had privately held on to a letter detailing the allegations because the accuser had asked her to keep them confidential.

    But it was a news report last week that ultimately forced her hand, even as she struggled to explain the chain of events in brief interviews on Monday.”

    A very unfortunately, conveniently, unfortunately timed news report, Feinstein added.

    • Replies: @Jim Sweeney
  21. anonymous[552] • Disclaimer says: • Website

    So I’m guessing that Krugman won’t be hiding Kavanaugh in his attic?

    • Agree: Coemgen
    • Replies: @El Dato
  22. Olorin says:

    Paul Krugman calling anyone “smarmy, smirking, entitled, and mercenary” is Tsar Bomba levels of projection.

  23. Olorin says:

    “They’re going to be all over me.”

    I’m sensing a theme emerging here.

    • LOL: Marat
  24. Anon[324] • Disclaimer says:

    Blasey passed a polygraph administered by a former F.B.I. agent.

    How many polygraphs did she have? Did the administrator(s) sign nondisclosure agreements?

    The question is could she pass a polygraph now, from an administrator chosen and paid for by a third party, whose administration is publicly known in advance, with a promise of revealing the results, whatever they may be.

    The utility of polygraphs is dubious

    Oh, and there’s also that.

    • Agree: reiner Tor
  25. @Anon

    The polygraph has to be the only electronic device that hasn’t been updated in 80 years.

    My impression is that the reason they keep using one that looks like J. Edgar Hoover used on Bruno Hauptmann is because it’s a prop. If they used one the size of an iPhone nobody would be intimidating into sweating and hyperventilating under questioning.

    • Replies: @Another Canadian
  26. El Dato says:

    Actually Krugman swears he “didn’t know what was going on at the time”

  27. Anonymous[366] • Disclaimer says:

    Doesn’t ‘prejudice’ literally mean to ‘pre judge’?

    Isn’t Krugman also the definition of ‘bigotted’?

  28. Polynikes says:

    More like, “facts have proven me wrong, but I’m still right and big old meanie Trump is wrong…”

  29. NickG says:

    The Graduate in 1967?

    Was there ever a more miscast leading man in a big movie?

    • Agree: RadicalCenter
  30. Rob McX says:

    I bet Sabrina Rubin Erdely would get to the bottom of this if they gave her a chance. At least in this case there’s an accused person who actually exists.

  31. Realist says:

    Why is any sane person taking this matter seriously? Laugh at these clowns.

    Some of these clowns are never Trump Republicans….you know Deep Staters. You can bet your ass that if roles were reversed the Democrats would tell the Republicans to shit in their hats….hence the moniker….stupid party.

  32. Years ago I used to take Krugman seriously and read some of his books, now no longer. And yet, calling Kavanaugh smarmy is on the mark. He was a lead guy in the Starr travesty. Just to get the flavor of that operation is how they sent Susan Macdougal the ex-wife of the crazy real-estate dealer in Little Rock in chains from one federal prison to another to another over a period of more than year as far as I remember to make her testify against Clinton and failed to break her. Ya’all remember the $68,000 real-estate deal the Clintons had invested in with her manic real-estate husband. Krugman is a soft looking guy married and they have cats. As for Kavanaugh’s face, judge for yourself.

  33. @Anon

    George Costanza: “Remember, Jerry: it’s not a lie…if YOU believe it.”

  34. @eah

    People didn’t vote for Hillary Clinton because their lives WERE GOING TO BE SO MUCH BETTER UNDER HER, PAUL.

  35. Joe Walker says: • Website

    So Krugman is saying that we should judge people not on actual evidence but on what they look like?

  36. The difference here between Anita Hill and Chrissy Blasey is that it was OK to smack down a woman, particularly a black woman, in the 1980s and early 1990s.

    What is not different is that Blasey has no choice but to testify, lest she not ruin her future life for going public for what would likely be a one-time payoff. She, like Ms. Hill, will get a number of lucrative payoffs, e.g. book deals, movie royalties, etc., for the rest of her life, for the occasional re-telling of her story to new generations of youth to let them know what a bad man Justice Kavanaugh is … but only if she doesn’t tell enough to actually kill the appointment.

  37. @Anonymouse

    He was a lead guy in the Starr travesty.

    Ken Starr’s book claims that he tried to pass various matters back to the DoJ, but Janet Reno told him to follow the new threads. Maybe Reno hated Hillary.

    • Replies: @Mr. Anon
  38. anon[408] • Disclaimer says:

    Physiognomy doesn’t lie. He looks like an arsehole.

  39. A Time magazine expose on the Kavanaugh assault:

    Evidence from Texas that the Kavanaugh assault was part of a Religious Right mating ritual:

  40. Pericles says:

    Oh, it’s anony-rat again. Tell us, the old trolls like Tiny Duck and Paleo Liberal seem to be dropping out. Is the new budget tight over there? Hard to find good work? Were they shown the door, did they have to make the walk of shame up out of the basement?

  41. Daniel H says:

    >>Can you believe the Senators are so lazy and stupid that Kavanaugh and Blasey-Ford are testifying next Monday. Why not tomorrow? And still vote Wednesday as scheduled.

    Cucks gonna cuck. We have all been on to the cucks since George W’s administration (most did not understand the true mendacity of the cucks before W’s administration) after they attempted, with Chuck Schumer’s svengali hand, to float “comprehensive immigration reform” after it was only suppressed by an outpouring of popular rage. During Bush’s second term the cucks tried about five distinct stratagems to pass that abomination into law. As long as a cuck sits in Congress they will never let that “dream” die.

    The cucks are the real enemy.

  42. @Steve Sailer

    Yes, a polygraph is only useful against people who actually think it works and then only to narrow suspects from a group, e.g. who in the office stole the printer paper from the supply cabinet.

  43. Anonymous[747] • Disclaimer says:

    This is about midterm GOTV, not Brett. The whole Dem cognoscenti knew this Anita Hill reboot was a low-percentage shot, but there are useful side effects of dropping it in “scandal/controversy”-format wide release.

    It may still torpedo Haven Kavanaugh. There is a lot of bad analysis to comfort the Beltway Repubs against this. For example, the stupid GOPe meme that red-state Dem incumbents should worry about voting against him. Yellow-dog Democrat & low-info independents do not care about this. They may be fine with Brett ceteris paribus but they’re not some doofus Heritage/Federalist groupies in love with the guy. Unlike flop-sweat GOPe consultants, the average voter views acceptable SC nominees as dime-a-dozen (rightly or not).

    But it comes down to the level of cuck in the Senate and Di-Fi knows that could swing either way. The best thing about the insta-scandal is renationalizing a judicial nom the media was already bored with. Most delightful of all, it will probably hurt right-wing female candidates the most, e.g. Blackburn opposing popular white guy Bredesen in TN. There’s “Year of the Woman II” for ya, lol

    • Replies: @Bugg
  44. Anonymous[747] • Disclaimer says:

    btw I believe Krugman is misusing “smarmy” here. He is grasping for something between “cocky” and “smug” but didn’t want to sound low-brow so he went with “smarmy.” An example of the latter might be Tom Hiddleston in any role he plays (yes, I know he’s attempting a smarmy/threatening mix but he mostly succeeds at the one). Also, see the classic Tom Scocca essay “On Smarm”

  45. Tyrion 2 says:

    If Kavanaugh were a Dem and Trump needed to stump him, I imagine he’d call him “Caviar Kavanaugh”. That’d be funny.

    It’d also be quite unlike trying to ruin his life and that of his family by slurring him a as a rapist despite having zero quality evidence. Well done Bugman Krugman.

    • Replies: @RadicalCenter
  46. @NickG

    My first Alfa Romeo, I owned eleven over the course of twenty years, which I purchased new in may of 1966, was the identical model as the red one in the “Graduate”, however light blue, a so-called “Duetto” two-seat rag-top, with DOC, four-wheel discs, five speed manual trans and double weber carbs.
    Alfas were the greatest cars ever conceived.

    Authenticjazzman “Mensa” qualified since 1973, airborne trained US Army vet, and pro Jazz performer.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    , @NickG
  47. TheJester says:

    Recovered Memories …?

    I’m wondering if Christine Blasey Ford has had any exposure to the “recovered memory” shakedown. You know, the feminist movement that sought to connect women having relationship issues with suppressed memories of males sexually assaulting them. An appealing template for women as perpetual victims and very Freudian: Trauma, suppression, and then remembering the memory. Then, you blame-shift and transfer your issues from yourself to your sexual protagonist. Now purged of your emotional impediments, you can go forth to “find your prince” with a fresh chance of catching and/or keeping him.

    Extrapolating, Christine was evidently having marital problems. During therapy, she miraculously remembered the cause. Something terrible had happened during her youth … like being thrown on the bed (attempted rape?) by someone she knew in high school who later became a political caricature to loathe and hate. The memories were foggy; she couldn’t remember the year or where it happened. Her “recovered memories”, however, gave her someone besides herself to blame for her marital problems. As a bonus, she could now also hate her “rapist” for his political views. She would get her revenge on him one way or the other.

    Aside: I knew a woman from high school with a similar problem. Let’s call her Mary. Neither I nor other potential suitors would have anything to do with her. Regardless, she relentlessly stalked me. Somehow Mary and I found ourselves on a date. After pizza, Mary requested that I not take her home … perhaps we could go somewhere to “park”. We parked somewhere. As I recall, we talked about arguments for the existence of God. Then, I took her home.

    Years later when Facebook rolled out “friend-mania”, I accepted Mary’s “friend request”. Her first post on the network was to announce to the world that she had been crazy about me in high school and was glad to reconnect. I was embarrassed for her husband. I forthwith dropped all of my classmates and restricted Facebook to immediate family.

    I later learned that Mary had undergone therapy for “recovered memories”. Males would have little or nothing to do with her in high school and later in life. Now, she knew why. She accused her father of sexually molesting her as a child. The small-town community knew her father as a staid university professor with an older daughter who turned out quite normal. No evidence of molestation except a foggy “recovered memory” 52 years after the fact. Absolute “horseshit”!

    Mary suffered social isolation as a result of her reckless accusation, including I suspect, alienation from her immediate family. Embarrassed about her “recovered memory” fiasco, Mary stopped going to class reunions.

  48. Anonymous[402] • Disclaimer says:

    > five speed manual trans


  49. @Buzz Mohawk


    Dude in the light lime shorts has quads like a rower. My guess is Krugman wasn’t one of the boys in the boat.

    (Does Krugman even know what “mercenary” means?)

    • Replies: @JudyBlumeSussman
  50. We thought that the great majority of Americans valued democratic norms and the rule of law.

    It turns out that we were wrong. There turn out to be a huge number of people — white people, living mainly in rural areas — who don’t share at all our idea of what America is about. For them, it is about blood and soil, about traditional patriarchy and racial hierarchy.

    Paul Krugman thinks at least half of his fellow Americans are Nazis. Why should we pay attention to someone who hates us so? Do you really think Krugman’s interests align with our interests in any way?

    To put it bluntly: Krugman wants many of us dead. For the good of his country of course.

    • Replies: @gp
    , @CCZ
  51. Anon[148] • Disclaimer says:

    You miss the point, which Steve S. has called attention to. Ben-jamin’s angst derives from being a Jew trapped among all these hypocritical (of course) WASPS. He’s hatched from a cuckoo’s egg. Like most 60s anti-establishment stuff, it’s really covertly anti-WASP.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
  52. Dr. X says:
    @El Dato

    Assuming for a moment that the incident did happen exactly as Ford describes it, no one is taking into account the very real possibility that this wasn’t sexual whatsoever, let alone “attempted rape.”

    Ford claims that she and Kavanaugh were tackled, rugby-scrum style, by Kavanaugh’s drunken buddy Judge, and then the boys went stumbling down the stairs.

    That doesn’t sound very sexual or “rapey” to me… sounds more like drunken horseplay and drunken stupidity. They might have thought that Ford was a stuck-up bitch and they’d go tackle her just for shits and grins.

    • Replies: @Anon
  53. Barnard says:

    Why is any sane person taking this matter seriously?

    Because at least three of the idiot Republicans in the Senate are considering voting against confirmation because of these stupid charges.

  54. @Anon

    The guys who made The Graduate were kind of center-right Jews and they happened to get lucky with a movie that accidentally tapped into the huge upswelling of center-right ethnocentric Jewish pride after the 6 Day War. The movie was made before the war but came out afterwards. It didn’t do well when they showed it on college campuses because it seemed kind of square and irrelevant to protesting Vietnam and the draft. But in late 1967 it took off on the Upper West Side and turned into a huge hit nationally in 1968.

    • Replies: @ThreeCranes
  55. Brett Kavanaugh as SCOTUS justice. Oy, another goy!

    (And an Irish Catholic one at that).

    • Replies: @RadicalCenter
    , @George
  56. @ThreeCranes

    Dude in the light lime shorts has quads like a rower. My guess is Krugman wasn’t one of the boys in the boat.

    Krugman could have been a valued coxswain to these rowing Chads, but he chose to nurse his hatred in pursuit of the pseudoscience of macroeconomics (similar to macrobiotics, it’s a playground for quacks and evildoers).

    • Replies: @RadicalCenter
  57. @NickG

    Adam Sandler in Fifty First Dates is a close second. Both hideously ugly, unmanly guys who destroy a romantic plot, and whose abilities were vastly overrated.

    There’s something else in common, but for the life of me I can’t put my finger on it.

  58. @JudyBlumeSussman

    Krugman was probably a cock-swoon alright.

  59. @Tyrion 2

    Kavanaugh’s wife should slap the lying bitch on camera.

    • Agree: Tyrion 2
  60. @Olorin

    Krugman calling anyone “all wrong” (as he does with Trump) is some impressive projection too.

  61. Mr. Anon says:

    Blasey passed a polygraph administered by a former F.B.I. agent.

    I’m glad to hear that Andrew McCabe has found work.

    • Replies: @Brutusale
  62. Mr. Anon says:

    Ken Starr’s book claims that he tried to pass various matters back to the DoJ, but Janet Reno told him to follow the new threads. Maybe Reno hated Hillary.

    Maybe she blamed the Clintons for pushing her to resolve the Branch Davidian standoff with that assault that led to so many deaths.

  63. @Prester John

    It’s actually rather absurd and unfair to have a Supreme Court comprised of almost all Jews and Catholics, given both the historic composition of our country and its current composition.

  64. Bugg says:

    Side effects is Kavanaugh gets on and will be the msot conservative judge this side of Clarence Thomas, or Trump circles back to one of the women he almost picked who are that conservative anyway.

    Kavanaugh denies this.

    But if arguendo you concede what this woman now claims (with no corroboration at all), it wasn’t anything close to rape.It’s how we sort out dealing with the opposite sex, and it’s clumsy and not pretty.The Left wants to criminalize being a dumb teenager. Remarkably, the inner city of Chicago,black teens killing each other, no bid deal, but I digress. I was a 18 year old teenage boy in 1982. If trying to make out with a girl at a kegger who is not receptive is now rape, we will be ruled by gamma dorks and the species will die out. At the point the Left will demand a notarized permission slip to ask a girl to dance. Unless of course you are Bill Clinton, Ted Kennedy or Keith Ellison.

    Kavanaugh’s greatest offense is being a straight white guy with a regular family. And worse for a NY Jew like Krugman, a dirty Irish Catholic.

    • Agree: Marat
    • Replies: @Marty T
  65. Umm… “mercenary”? Federal judges typically don’t get rich. NYT columnists don’t do badly, though.

  66. Anon[274] • Disclaimer says:
    @Dr. X

    Good point. Not very mature but the kind of horseplay lots of immature teenagers engage in- myself included. Looking back, it was good natured, though I’m sure some of it crossed a line in the eyes of some or wasn’t as appreciated as they went along with. I’m also certain that some stories can be truncated or manipulated to be placed in a bad light. Like, if we tossed someone in a lake, a stupid teenager prank can easily turn into a harrowing tale of attempted drowning.


    This is exactly what they did to Mitt Romney- cutting his classmates hair as a prank, while not very nice, became a tale of bullying psychopathy. That wasn’t quite the same bunker-buster because at the end of the day, no one cares if boys beat up and bully other boys. So from here until eternity, every Republican is going to face vague charges of affronts to female virtue.

    …and we’ll only be able to run saints and asocial incels for positions of power.

  67. carol says:

    Yeah I remember that. My husband’s first wife did that. He buys it because it was a handy explanation for Everything. I told him it was BS but he said it was Science.

    Also, in the 80s my best friend “discovered” she was molested by her father, the light of her life! I heard this from a third party. To her credit she has never mentioned it to me but only what a great guy he was. But I think it served as a tactic to get disability retirement out of her FedGov job.

    But it became a gimmick for every Hollywood attention whore since then.

    • Replies: @Authenticjazzman
  68. @Anon

    “…and we’ll only be able to run saints and asocial incels for positions of power”

    Yes, if you’re too much of a pussy to stand up to these idiots that is what you’ll have to do. Alternatively you have Trump’s example.

  69. @WowJustWow

    Her name is Blum, Senator Diane Blum as that is her husband’s surname. Feinstein is her late 2nd husband’s surname. She’s as fake as her colored hair.

    • Replies: @Anon
  70. Forbes says:

    “I’ve been trying to forget this all my life, and now I’m supposed to remember every little detail”…

    Writing to a US Senator and the WaPo with 35-year old details you can’t remember is a complete contradiction to the concept of forgetting.

    You know, I kinda seem to remember being at that same party, in the late ’70s or early ’80s, and I think Ms. Ford grabbed my crotch at some point while there was some horse-play going on. While I assumed at the time it was errant, now looking back, I think she had sexual intent to molest me…

  71. Tyrion 2 says:

    I’d be happy to be governed by a troop of baboons if they would implement a moderate and sensible set of nationalist policies.

    • Replies: @L Woods
  72. Mr. Krugman is Exhibit #4271 that we are in Steve’s “Era of Rule By Actresses”. He’s a drama queen posing as an economist at least since Bush v. Gore in 2000. Before that he was reasonably quiet. I suspect that Tommy Brady, Jimmy Kelly and Matty Ryan use to give little Paulie Krugman swirlies in the locker room after gym class. Plus those guys always got the hot shiksa babes Paulie dreamed about. So now he’s acting out and getting even.

    • Replies: @Kratoklastes
  73. @Olorin

    All too accurate, and I love the reference to the Tsar Bomba.

  74. @TheJester

    Recovered memories are like back injuries – they can’t be disproven.

  75. Rob McX says:

    I wonder will this result in future presidents preferring women candidates for SCOTUS. For every man they choose, there’ll be at least one unbalanced woman (possibly egged on by a therapist) who pretends or imagines she was raped by him 30 or 40 years ago.

    • Replies: @L Woods
  76. L Woods says:
    @Tyrion 2

    A troop of baboons would be a marked improvement over the present crop of “elites,” nationalistic or not, in moral terms if nothing else.

  77. L Woods says:
    @Rob McX

    Or, you know, we could remember why woman’s word wasn’t taken at face value for the past several millennia and return to a semblance of sanity in gender relations.

  78. @Anon

    “A regime of many laws is a great aid in the destruction of men of large virtues and petty faults.”

    –Aaron Haspel

  79. @Joe Walker

    So Krugman is saying that we should judge people not on actual evidence but on what they look like?

    You’d be a fool to think that people don’t, especially members of the coalition of the fringes, and especially the Jews in the coalition. They reserve for themselves the right to do this while accusing you of racism, antisemitism, and the whole bag of goodies in which amount to a refusal to self-flagellate on command.

    I’ve known many Jews and they truly do seem self-conscious about their appearances and general lack of athleticism. It’s the overarching anxieties that get expressed in events like The Golfocaust.

    Krugman is a typical nebbish, who has probably lived an entire lifetime projecting his insecurities and jealousies outward as hatreds towards handsome gentile lacrosse bro types.

  80. @RadicalCenter

    Protip for Protestants: Stop thumping the bible, handling snakes and worshipping Jews and try some of ‘that there fancy book-learnin’.

    • Replies: @L Woods
    , @Desiderius
    , @Anon
  81. Brutusale says:
    @Mr. Anon

    Given the Feebs’ exposure as a wretched hive of scum and villainy, they’re really overselling here.

  82. ic1000 says:

    Following on TheJester’s comment on Recovered Memories — this morning on my local NPR station, I listened to a BBC World Service’s The Woman Who Woke Up In The Future:

    One morning Naomi Jacobs woke up with a rare form of amnesia – she had lost all her adult memories, and although she was 32 – she thought she was a teenager again, utterly bewildered by how she had ended up in the future. Naomi had to rediscover the person she grew up to be, and what she found out wasn’t promising.

    The segment tells the heartwarming story of a plucky mother who overcame her mysterious amnesia to recover and heal her family. The key that enables Naomi to Make Sense Of It All and return to full health: her realization that she must surely have been the victim of childhood sexual abuse.

    Only… there are enough jarring details in the saga to hint at serious personality defects and mental-health issues that burden the heroine. E.g., “The first return of a memory happened when — don’t judge me! — I was three months pregnant and out dancing in a nightclub.”

    This wretched class of human-interest titillation would be unremarkable, except for the target audience — it’s Paul Krugman’s readership. What fraction of my fellow NPR listeners are alert enough to recognize the absurdities they’re being peddled, Oxbridge accents notwithstanding?

    Anyone who accepts this BBC story will have no trouble seeing Professor Ford’s accusations as unremarkable and truthful.

    And Naomi, too, would surely pass a polygraph administered by a former F.B.I. agent.

  83. bjondo says:

    Yale, MIT, Nobel, Yid, Idiot.

  84. @TheJester

    These therapists who push this stuff should be in prison

    • Replies: @L Woods
  85. Dr. X says:

    Yeah. You’ve got to figure that if they actually wanted to rape her, they could have easily done it. If Kavanaugh was trying to rape her and his buddy Judge busted in, he’d have said “Get lost man, I’m tryin’ to make it with this chick.”

    Or he could have invited Judge to get a piece of the action and they could have both gang-raped her.

    But they didn’t.

    So it sounds more like just plain old drunken horseplay. The fact that Ford never told anyone else, never told her parents, never called the cops, and never mentioned it until she was in therapy, for God’s sake, claiming she had PTSD in 2012, indicates to me that she only remembered it and re-interpreted it as “sexual assault” retroactively after she had been “woke” by her liberal SJW politics… and in all probability prompted by a liberal SJW shrink.

    • Agree: Harry Baldwin
    • Replies: @Anon
    , @Mr. Anon
  86. @carol

    Psychology with the partner in crime of Psychiatry, are two of the most perfidious pseudo-sciences ever concocted by on this sowieso loony bin otherwise know as : Planet Mirth.
    The immense damage caused by the clueless nut-cases otherwise know as Shrinks, could not be put into a billion tomes, starting with the horrid results of divorce proceedings in which countless fathers have lost their beloved children due to the crazy-ass “expertises” conjured up by sadistic assholes who fucking know what the end-results of their BS will produce.

    I had, decades ago, a buddy who had earned his degree in clinical psychology at the prestigeous university of Heidelberg, ( aside from this he had inherited a huge fortune) . anyway he wanted to kill himself, amongst other reasons being the fact that he hated himself as having been born a German person.

    So I said look why don’t you just use your schooling on yourself and perform self-therapy, to which he replied : You cannot apply psychological training to your own person, it will never work. So okay we then proceed to take daily walks along the lovely banks of the river in Heidelberg, and I then applied my own version of counseling to his situation which did indeed bring him out of the doldrums to the point where he had then accepted a position at a rehab center for heart patients, and they loved him there, his secret being : At my advice he deliberately avoided using any concepts he picked up during his studies and rather simply listened to his patients and councelled
    them within the parameters of : common sense.


    • Replies: @Anonymous
  87. Paul Krugman is a hate filled anti-white bigot.

    In a just world Paul Krugman would not be allowed to reside in the United States of America.

  88. Speaking of Haven Monahan, the songwriter Guy Clark has just passed away. He was a native of Monahans, Texas, which was named after one enterprising John Thomas Monahan.

    “John Thomas”!

    I don’t even want to know…:

    To cloud all this with race and ideology, one Jon Thomas is associated with this unit:

    • Replies: @EH
  89. L Woods says:
    @Fred Boynton

    You exaggerate, but not by much. Even the more upscale Protestants tend to harbor profoundly anti-intellectual attitudes (while worshipping work for its own sake). A self-reinforcing caste of petty bourgeois, in other words.

    • Troll: Desiderius
  90. @RadicalCenter

    How about Adrian Vermeule next time then?

    Brilliant, and also as upper-class a WASP as you’ll find anywhere, but unlike all too many of them these days, a radical conservative.

    Yes, he is now a Catholic, but without the ickiness of being either Irish or Italian.

  91. Ibound1 says:

    Yes and isn’t it a truly strange coincidence that she recalls virtually no details of the event except the name of the witness – who happens to be an author who wrote two books about drunken partying in DC High Schools. Man that is some weird coincidence.

  92. @Steve Sailer

    High school, 1968, I took a date to The Graduate. When the stripper twirling her pastie tassels in perfect synch showed on the screen I asked her if she could do that? She cracked up. Different times, I guess.

    @ 1:25

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  93. @Fred Boynton

    Hot take right from 1922 there Fred!

  94. The problem Kav has is that when people think awkward sexuality, the early eighties, and a chick in a swimsuit everyone’s mind goes to the same place. The guy causing the awkwardness?


    That’s a significant headwind.

    • Replies: @PiltdownMan
  95. @Rufio Panman Fan

    Being a smirking, smarmy, entitled guy with financial motives is reserved for members of the tribe only, no goys are permitted to do this. You think he projects much?

  96. EH says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    Monahans has some nice sand dunes, looks like the Sahara. Didn’t realize anybody actually lived there, it’s a perfect sort of place for an imaginary guy like Haven to be from.

    Veering further off topic, Monahans reminds me of my late chemistry teacher at St. Stephen’s boarding school in Austin, Mr. Boron (really!), from the nearby – by West Texas standards – microscopic town of Wink. He was also a noted authority on chicken fried steak.

  97. @RadicalCenter

    Maybe because Jews and Catholics are smarter than WASPs.

    • Replies: @OilcanFloyd
  98. While the iSteve commentariat reverts to form and argues about inconsequential nonsense, I’m seeing that part of the reason Feinstein held off with this is because the same woman wrote her a letter detailing the same accusations against Gorsuch during his confirmation.

    • Replies: @Lagertha
  99. Anonymous[264] • Disclaimer says:
    @Buzz Mohawk

    Chadtuckets. Rome burns, and they act like idiots and think they’re cool.

  100. gp says:

    I asked the guys at Sat nite poker game (all libs) what they thought of the Kavanaugh thing. They were vehement in their disgust at his “chipmunk cheeks.” This is how most American citizens decide political issues now: by the physical appearance of the people involved.

  101. gp says:

    “I am surprised you are not fighting each other yet. I think the two sides in the US hate each other more than Tutsi and Hutu in Rwanda.”

    The provocations of the leftists are many and grave. It becomes more and more difficult to restrain oneself in the face of such outlandish, outrageous dogma and behavior. Every dam day there’s more articles in the mainstream press berating white, male, and straight people; disparaging nationhood, citizenship, and law and order; promoting new loony lemmas from the sh!thole of “critical theory.” This open and proud hatred of normalcy is going to lead to civil warfare. Is that what the lefties want?

  102. Anonymous[410] • Disclaimer says:

    I think Krugman deserves a #MeToo investigation. He is a white guy after all, so there will be something on him, for sure. Oh, wait, are Jewish guys white or not?

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  103. gp says:
    @Paul Yarbles

    All of these coastal pundits might as well live on Venus.

    “There turn out to be a huge number of people — white people, living mainly in rural areas — who don’t share at all our idea of what America is about.”

    America is about liberty and rule of law. Am I close to correct, professor Krugman?

    “For them, it is about blood and soil,”

    Recognizing that the founders were white men with training in Western civ, and not feeling guilty about it. Their creation can work for ANY people who accept and are willing to live by Enlightenment principles of reason and discipline, tempered by Christian mercy. Go ahead and call it “blood and soil” if you want to, professor.

    “about traditional patriarchy”

    Meh. Put women in charge if you want, but know that most of them think with their hearts, not their brains. Check out the Bible: women are trouble.

    “and racial hierarchy.”

    Like every other country on earth. I don’t like racial hierarchy either, but do you know what I REALLY don’t like, professor? Carjackings, stickups, home invasions, drive-by shootings, riots and public brawls. Stop haranguing us about “whiteness,” until you are ready to write some columns about the many pathologies of “blackness.”

  104. MEH 0910 says:


    Christine Blasey Ford Wants F.B.I. to Investigate Kavanaugh Before She Testifies
    Sept. 18, 2018

    WASHINGTON — The woman who has accused President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee of sexual assault threw into doubt plans for an extraordinary Senate hearing to air her accusations, charging on Tuesday that some senators have already made up their minds and insisting that the F.B.I. investigate first.

    Speaking through her lawyers, Christine Blasey Ford did not explicitly rule out appearing next Monday before the Senate Judiciary Committee to testify along with Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh. But echoing Senate Democrats, she said an investigation should be “the first step” before she is put “on national television to relive this traumatic and harrowing incident.”

    Republicans are unlikely to negotiate an alternative date and could go ahead with the hearing without her or cancel it altogether if Dr. Blasey refuses to appear and move quickly to a vote on Judge Kavanaugh’s nomination. They have repeatedly stressed that Monday would be her opportunity to testify, either privately or publicly, and that they then planned to move forward with the confirmation process. They have also rejected the possibility of an F.B.I. investigation.

    “If she does not come on Monday, we are going to move on and vote on Wednesday,” Senator Lindsey Graham, Republican of South Carolina and a member of the committee, told Fox News on Tuesday evening.

    • Replies: @D. K.
    , @Harry Baldwin
    , @Rob McX
  105. @Desiderius

    If a woke director made a sequel to Fast Times at Ridgemont High set in the present day, all the women would be successful, all the guys losers, and the flashbacks and references to the earlier Amy Heckerling movie would be problematic recovered memories that the women discover in therapy in adult life.

    • Replies: @Jim Don Bob
    , @J.Ross
  106. D. K. says:
    @MEH 0910

    If she wanted the F.B.I. to investigate Judge Kavanaugh, she should have had the foresight to make up a story about his breaking a federal law, and having done so recently enough that its prosecution would not be barred by a statute of limitations, instead of having made up the story that she already has told about him.

    • Agree: AndrewR, MEH 0910
    • Replies: @Anon
  107. @PiltdownMan

    And you certainly would not have this:

  108. Anon[420] • Disclaimer says:

    Those Jews like Krugman, they always, but always, resent a good-looking, well-bred, intelligent Catholic. Mainly because the good-looking part triggers their physical resentments. The rest is just the drop of water that overflows the whole thing.

  109. MEH 0910 says:

    On Kavanaugh Debate, Senator Mazie Hirono Tells Men Of Country To ‘Shut Up And Step Up’ | NBC News

    Published on Sep 18, 2018
    Asked whether her being one of four women on the Senate Judiciary Committee impacts the Brett Kavanaugh proceedings, Senator Mazie Hirono says, “I just want to say to the men of this country: Just shut up and step up. Do the right thing for a change.”

  110. @Captain Tripps

    I suspect that Tommy Brady, Jimmy Kelly and Matty Ryan use to give little Paulie Krugman swirlies in the locker room after gym class.

    I would bet against that; ‘hazing downwards’ of the type you describe is Beta-male behaviour, and those guys are genuine alpha males. Genuine alpha males get sufficient “positive feedback” (and status) from their skills and have no need to chase the approval of people ‘below’ them in the pecking order by kicking downwards.

    In my jurisdiction, a “swirlie” was called “flushing” (same thing: hold a weak kid’s head in the toilet and press the button). It was never performed by the guys who were first-string sportsmen – it was always a clique of guys who were on the margins of the sporting kids, and also academic underperformers. Bullying obviously-weak kids was literally the best they could do in terms of the perennial quest for social status – that’s the hallmark of a loser.

    The same was true when my two brothers were in high school (they were 4 and 13 years behind me respectively), and it was still true when history stopped and normal stupid boy shit became a hate crime (when the eldest of my nephews were in high school some 25 years after me).

    To be a ‘first-string’ type athlete – even in high school – takes significant effort and discipline, even for people with a good amount of natural talent.

    It might be slightly different in the US and Canada, since in “sanitary pads and helmets” football, some positions (e.g., offensive linemen) require zero skill at high school level: being a lineman just means being a big fat-ass and getting in the road. In other contact/semi-contact sports (rugby, soccer, Aussie rules, Gaelic football, hurling, hockey [ice and field], even basketball), there are non-trivial skills at every key position.

    This is a bit of a bugbear of mine, because I have been around elite sports all my life; if there is one ‘stylised fact’ that I have observed, from high school onwards, it’s this… the better the player, the better his treatment of people below him on the social totem pole.

    I was below what I would consider genuinely elite: at junior level (between the age of 15 and 17) I played in State representative trials in two sports (football and cricket; school captain in both) but was never a genuine pro prospect in either. My younger brother was a genuinely elite sportsman until his 30s, and played football professionally.

    The kids who were ‘bullies’ were at least one performance decile below even me.

    That’s not saying every elite sportsman is an angel – they can be ratbags who are hard to wrangle… they just don’t’ kick downwards.

    • Replies: @black sea
    , @Anonymous
  111. Raking a saint like Kavanaugh over the coals ironically is going to make it easier for a gay Nazi bodybuilder like myself to get confirmed.

    • Replies: @Jim Don Bob
    , @Anon
  112. Krugman is a piece of slime. “I know he’s a bad guy. Just look at him!”

    And the scumbag celebrities at their Emmy Awards and everywhere else are just as bad: “I mean, it’s like, white people totally suck. Aren’t I funny?”

    We’re approaching an India-Pakistan moment: Let’s just partition this damn place. I’m not a fellow-anything with these people.

  113. Lagertha says:
    @Buzz Mohawk

    That is a Chubbies ad. Check out Chubbies on Youtube.

  114. Lagertha says:

    This is what Chubbies are all about: 80′s men’s trunks & shorts; women’s suits are Bay Watch 80′s as well.

    a favorite of mine:

    This will make your day and persuade you to go get some Chubbies!

  115. @Jack Hanson

    Heartiste has these tips for you:

    • Replies: @ThreeCranes
  116. Anonymous[291] • Disclaimer says:
    @Joe Walker

    “So Krugman is saying that we should judge people not on actual evidence but on what they look like?”

    Isn’t that the governing principle behind the ideology of the Left in the West at this point? ‘Who, Whom’ based on race and gender?

  117. Anonymous[291] • Disclaimer says:

    They are disproportionately represented among the guilty in the MeToo movement, so why not? With his money and that homely sow of a wife, gotta at least be a few Rosh Hashanahs spent in the Champagne Room or something there…..

  118. MEH 0910 says:

    National Review:

    Feinstein on Kavanaugh Accusation: ‘I Can’t Say Everything is Truthful’
    September 18, 2018 6:11 PM

    Senator Dianne Feinstein of California conceded Tuesday that she can’t attest to the veracity of Christine Blasey Ford’s allegation that Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her when they were in high school.

    “[Ford] is a woman that has been, I think, profoundly impacted. On this . . . I can’t say that everything is truthful. I don’t know,” Feinstein told reporters on Capitol Hill when asked if she believed the allegation.

    Judiciary Committee chairman Chuck Grassley has scheduled a public hearing for Monday and invited Kavanaugh and his accuser to testify. Kavanaugh has accepted the invitation while Ford has been unresponsive, despite her attorney’s previous statement that she would be willing to defend her allegation under oath.

    Grassley indicated Thursday morning that he would cancel the hearing if Ford were to refuse to testify and a number of fellow Republicans, including Senator Jeff Flake of Arizona, have said they would support Kavanaugh’s confirmation if his accuser won’t testify.

    Democratic leadership, meanwhile, has called for Grassley to delay the hearing pending an FBI investigation, despite the FBI’s insistence that the allegation doesn’t fall within its jurisdiction.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
  119. Anonymous[291] • Disclaimer says:

    During a High School field trip in 1993 we saw a Chinese acrobat troupe doing tricks on stage, and I got scolded by a teacher for jokingly asking an Asian kid in our class if he could do that. Times have changed. I’d probably be expelled from school these days for something like that.

  120. @MEH 0910

    What is there for the FBI to investigate? There’s no actual crime and only her account of events.

    Also, Kavanaugh has already had something like half a dozen background checks by the FBI during his career.

  121. Maybe it’s a class thing (not even remotely elite prep caste), but I encountered a few creeps during my teen years, and we always made sure ALL the other girls heard about it and were forewarned. If the girl had brothers or male cousins, they might “explain” things to the creep.

    I don’t get burying this for decades and then needing therapy for the trauma.

    • Replies: @Lagertha
    , @Anon
  122. Rob McX says:
    @MEH 0910

    Good. What DC really needs is another FBI probe of a major figure. It’s not as if there’s any federal crime in America to keep them occupied otherwise.

  123. @MEH 0910

    Does the accuser lady want the FBI to figure out what happened before she testifies under oath so she won’t walk into perjury?

  124. CCZ says:
    @Paul Yarbles

    Listen to his assertion that “white people” are not the future of America.

    • Replies: @ThreeCranes
  125. Anon[270] • Disclaimer says:

    Rumor has it that Neil Gorsuch got the same letter from Christine Blasey Ford, and that’s why Feinstein didn’t bring it up until Kavanaugh’s confirmation looked inevitable. But Ford is now backing away from testifying because it seems somebody tipped her off that the Republicans are going to produce the letter she sent Gorsuch right smack in the middle of her testimony if she does.

  126. Anonymous[427] • Disclaimer says:

    Hatred of psychiatry is about the only redeeming value Scientology possesses.

    • Agree: Jim Don Bob
    • Replies: @Authenticjazzman
  127. J.Ross says: • Website

    I tried to get into Crazy Ex-Girlfriend and I couldn’t because it abandoned the basic nakedness necessary in comedy. Instead of laughing at herself, the creatrix/star sets up a goddess, the hardest working and most intelligent character on-screen at any given time, whose one flaw is being unable to appreciate how great she is.

  128. MEH 0910 says:

  129. Anon[270] • Disclaimer says:
    @Jack Hanson

    Kavanaugh’s nomination process makes it inevitable that the replacement Trump will pick for Ginsberg will be a conservative woman. That way the left won’t be able to use the ‘he raped me’ card on her. However, the left will try to Palinize her as viciously as they can, because that’s the way the left rolls. It won’t work, though.

    • Replies: @Anon
    , @Jack Hanson
  130. Berty says:

    Flake is desperately trying to screw over Trump one last time on his way out. However he isn’t McCain and won’t get praised as a “man of principle” if he does. Also this is a Supreme Court seat we’re talking about and if he is responsible for scuttling that then he’ll be a pariah in the GOP for the rest of his life.

    It’s a Catch 22 that couldn’t happen to a more deserving guy. I love it.

    • Replies: @Lagertha
  131. NickG says:

    Someone once said to me that if you want shit in your life get married or buy an Alpha, some guys do both.

    Alphas in the 70s and 80s UK were notorious rust buckets, the sills and lower doors would rust through in short order.

    • Replies: @Authenticjazzman
  132. @Jim Don Bob

    LOL. That was great. Pushed every button.

  133. @CCZ

    What a deeply ignorant man. Ignorant as in “doesn’t know much”.

    The German language offers two words for “knowing”. One, “wissen”, means to know a fact. The other, “kennen” means to be acquainted with or to have experience of something.

    Krugman is a man who “wissens” much but “kennens” little. He’s a perfect example of a closeted East Coast intellectual. I doubt that he has had any real contact with the people of the heartland, though he may have read about them. Certainly, he has never met or talked to any of them at say, a family reunion.

    Any opinion of his about them is worthless because it is grounded in nothing, pure fantasy. As Kant said, “Concepts without precepts are empty, precepts without concepts are blind.” So Krugman’s opinions about midwesterners are vacuous.

    After listening to this repulsive little man’s weak voice mouthing such deplorable sentiments I regret ever having read his books or his website. Intellectually, he offers nothing.

    I wonder, has he any first-hand experience with Mexicans or Somalis or even the denizens of New York City in their native setting? Does he realize that they are even more deeply parochial than midwesterners? Not to mention less intelligent?

    • Replies: @CCZ
  134. Marty T says:

    It’s not 1950 anymore. New York Jews are much more likely to marry Catholics than to dislike or envy them.

    Judge K does seem smarmy and entitled. But he’s a good judge and I want him on the court.

  135. @Anonymous

    ” Hatred of psychiatry is about the only redeeming value Scientology possesses”

    Disagree, I am not a scientologist, I have however read many of LRH’s treatises and I consider him to be perhaps the most brilliant mind of the twentieth century.

    Authenticjazzman “Mensa” qualied since 1973, airborne trained US army vet, and pro jazz performer.

  136. Anon[274] • Disclaimer says:
    @Dr. X

    Yes, sounds to me, considering that it was marriage counseling, that what this woman was doing is reinterpreting her erotic experiences as a means of psychologically controlling&rationalizing them. The way she tells the story is so truncated that it invites all sorts of speculation for people to read information into it. For example, I heard someone earnestly reason that he must have ripped her clothing and she had to have left the gathering disheveled. Nothing she has offered up actually suggests that’s even close to the case- unless one’s experience is that they are so clumsy with buttons that they consistently tear their own clothing while unfastening them. But something claimed to be so traumatic needs that sort of hook because it’s not there in her story. As much as groping can suck, 99% of us (men and women alike) are made of sturdier stuff and aren’t phased by tales of woe about pimple-faced mashers.

  137. Mr. Anon says:
    @Dr. X

    Or he could have invited Judge to get a piece of the action and they could have both gang-raped her.

    But they didn’t.

    So it sounds more like just plain old drunken horseplay.

    Given that she can remember neither where the alleged incident happened or even in what year it is alleged to have taken place, it is quite possible that this incident didn’t involve Kavanaugh at all. For that matter, it’s quite possible that there was no incident at all.

    • Replies: @Anon
  138. Lagertha says:
    @Rosamond Vincy

    It’s all phony: it has now dawned on her that she will be even more traumatized (and need additional therapy :) ) because K’s daughters (and all those Bball playing girls) will forever be traumatized by this woman’s insinuation that their dad is a rapist. F seems like she has histrionic personality disorder…very common in privileged white women who are obsessed with getting attention and believing they are always a victim. With all her photos (wearing a P hat and all) at anti-Trump protests, it’s just downright, a joke. This woman, once again, proves that women (especially American women*) are lying jerks, parasites and major manipulators…and why I don’t like them…well, 99% of them.

    *suffice it to say, that Scandi Women never needed a Women’s Mvmt because they had 2 WW’s: starvation, loss of land/farms (Soviet takeover-new borders) death, loss of male population (war casualties) and the need to enter the public sphere, immediately, after WW2. This is primarily why daycare/extended kindergarten was created in the Nordic countries…women had to work. Women entered factories, teaching, jobs in transportation, high public sphere positions (legislation, banking, medical, diplomacy, academic administration & faculty), any previous jobs held by men.

    • Replies: @Anon
    , @Lagertha
    , @Lagertha
  139. Anon[257] • Disclaimer says:

    Most recent BS is that she’s refusing to testify on Monday. She’s demanding a full FBI investigation of something that falls in the jurisdiction of city police

    She says she heard about the party at a swimming pool. She wasn’t t invited She doesn’t even know in what town the party was held let alone street address . She was 15 so had no dr license. She doesn’t know how she got to the party.

    An FBI investigation can’t start until
    Someone makes a report to the FBI.
    But she refuses to make the report.

    And the print media and TV news is treating the ridiculous allegation as if it were the truth.

    And the BS about having to move out of her home in millionaire leftist Palo Alto because of death threats.

    What a world.

  140. Anon[257] • Disclaimer says:

    Conservative woman? Look what Sandra Day O’Connor did. She voted to uphold anti White affirmative action. The liberals can always pull she refused to have sex with a black guy in college. Or her grandfather owned a gun or she’s anti Semitic

  141. Anon[257] • Disclaimer says:
    @Mr. Anon

    She doesn’t even know the town in which the alleged party took place. The man she claimed was a witness wrote a letter to the judiciary committee saying the incident never happened.

    Who cares, Kavanaugh probably supports affirmative action and mass immigration like the rest of the judges.

  142. Lagertha says:

    His reputation will be completely destroyed…and his kids’ – this is the new frontier of social media blather: your progeny will be forever responsible for your mistakes and misdeeds…it sucks but it’s true, now. It is no different than maligning all college guys as rapists and fratty-fratty frat boys. I mean, Congress needs to go home tonight, and read The Crucible – The Scarlet Letter, Hamlet would be good for them, too. The moral decay, the vindictiveness, the superciliousness of Congresspeople is so disgusting.

  143. Anon[257] • Disclaimer says:
    @Rosamond Vincy

    First physically aggressive guys I encountered was at guess what? Stanford university where the bitch has some kind of extension school position.

    She’s the epitome of the old jokes that psychologists become psychologists because they are mentally ill and want to understand their condition

  144. Anon[257] • Disclaimer says:

    The race most affected with histrionic personality disorder are blacks. Serena Williams outburst is typical of the way blacks behave; look at me look at me look at me.

  145. black sea says:

    That’s not saying every elite sportsman is an angel – they can be ratbags who are hard to wrangle… they just don’t’ kick downwards.

    I generally agree with your point. I remember a college football player explaining that it was usually the third string guys with too much to prove who got into bar fights and such, but there are of course striking exceptions:

  146. black sea says:

    How could anyone doubt this man?

    “The growth of the Internet will slow drastically, as the flaw in ‘Metcalfe’s law’—which states that the number of potential connections in a network is proportional to the square of the number of participants—becomes apparent: most people have nothing to say to each other! By 2005 or so, it will become clear that the Internet’s impact on the economy has been no greater than the fax machine

    Paul Krugman, 1998

    • Replies: @L Woods
  147. @NickG

    ” Alfas in the 70s and 80s were notorious rust buckets”

    I owned eleven including several exotic models which would be high-money collectors items today. My last one was a Montreal, the only one I ever had any problems with : The trans went out, and also the mechanical! fuel injection. I actually aquired a “new”, however two year old Giulia Sprint 1300, one of the last ones produced, in nov 1967.
    My favorites were the five Bertone GTs I owned. And I never saw a spot of rust on any of them.

    Alfas on the road are the greatest handling, driving machines ever built, and the DOHC four-banger a work of art, such a a fine swiss (mechanical) watch.


  148. CCZ says:

    “…any first-hand experience with … the denizens of New York City in their native setting?”

    Probably only mingles with those who reside in multi-million dollar NYC apartments.

    “No, it’s not in the blog he writes for the New York Times or a lecture at Princeton University, where he is a professor. It’s the $1.7m Mr Krugman and his wife have paid for an apartment on Manhattan’s Upper West Side.” [original asking price 2.49 million]

  149. But Mr. Krugman’s comments don’t mean much in the light of human existence.

    In truth as human beings, we all have skeletons. That said, his comments are not much of a prediction or that relevatory.

    Goodness gracious, that’s one reason why we value our privacy. Whether said skeletons say about our present is questionable. More questionable are the intoxicated memories of male or female HS students at a party 40 years ago.

  150. @Anon

    The fact that you’re saying “the Left can’t” in the light of recent history tells me you don’t comprehend what is going on.

  151. Lagertha says:
    @Jack Hanson

    I stand accused! Did she really write the same letter accusing Gorsuch, just like Kavanaugh now, and sent that to Feinstein!? How is this not National News?!

    • Replies: @Jim Don Bob
  152. Anonymous[174] • Disclaimer says:

    The traditional problem with exceptionally talented people is not that they’re malevolent towards others but indifferent/inconsiderate towards them.

    Taking people for granted, breaking promises, not returning favors, taking all kinds of liberties. General selfish-asshole behavior. But this doesn’t necessarily involve ill-will.

    Being a bully is different. It involves actively pursing someone in order to vex them. In a perverse way it’s a sign of respect, in that you’re acknowledging the existence of your victim and that you care what they think of you.

  153. @Lagertha

    It is based on one tweet. No follow up or corroboration.

  154. Evocatus says:

    Even Clarence Thomas, the one black guy on the court is Catholic so we must be doing something right. If SCOTUS were to be a reflection of the “historic composition” of the country one would expect a black justice to be Baptist or some other class of Protestant. What percentage of native born black Americans with antebellum Southern ancestry are Catholic anyway? Probably very small; most black Catholics in this country immigrated very recently from the Caribbean (Haiti) or directly from an African nation.

    • Replies: @Anon
  155. Lagertha says:

    BTW, Sweden, the lame-asses during WW2, copied Finland, as far as free daycare/kindergarten, post WW2- Swedes did not invent free daycare. Finland was the only Nordic country that had mass casualties in WW2: fighting the Soviets; and then, defending against the Nazi’s (Germany was losing, badly,) as they burned thousands of homes and killed thousands of Karelians (killed their farm animals!) and northern Finns. It is weird to see Nazi Swastikas (soldiers who fell & whose bodies were never claimed – German cities, by then, were too heavily bombed for any of their kin to even be alive), Jewish Star of Davids and traditional Christian crosses on the grave markers of Helsinki’s cemetery, along with Mannerheim, presidents, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, writers, poets, artists – it’s an exquisite place – the sculpture is sublime -everything is very peaceful there, and tombstones will never be torn down.

  156. Lagertha says:

    BTW, Sweden, the lame-asses during WW2, copied Finland, as far as free daycare/kindergarten, post WW2- Swedes did not invent free daycare. Finland was the only Nordic country that had mass casualties in WW2: fighting the Soviets; and then, defending against the Nazi’s (Germany was losing, badly,) as they burned thousands of homes and killed thousands of Karelians (killed their farm animals! :( ) and northern Finns.

    It is weird to see Nazi Swastikas (soldiers who fell & whose bodies were never claimed – German cities, by then, were too heavily bombed for any of their kin to even be alive to claim their loved one’s body), Jewish Star of Davids and traditional Christian crosses on the grave markers of Helsinki’s cemetery, along with Mannerheim, presidents, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, writers, poets, artists – it’s an exquisite place – the sculpture is sublime -everything is very peaceful there, and tombstones will never be torn down. I’m just starting a new job with TripAdvisor ;)

    • Replies: @OilcanFloyd
  157. George says:
    @Prester John

    The photo in the article implies Kavanaugh was a ‘WASP’. Other the W he does not seem to be an Angle, Saxon, nor Protestant. So it is even worse, to the extent his imagined ancestors mingled with Jews it was as household staff. His fraternization with Waspy sounding Christine Blasey Ford kind of reminds one of Eugene O’Neills depiction of Irish v Protestant relations in plays like The Hairy Ape.

    Tales from the melting pot 1870: The murder of Benjamin Nathan, did the (Irish Catholic) butler do it?

    Who Killed Benjamin Nathan?

    New Supreme Court Judge Brett Kavanaugh has intriguing Irish ancestry

  158. @Lagertha

    Finns sent many children to live with strangers in Sweden during WWII, so give the Swedes some credit for providing free childcare.

    After WWII, Sweden was largely untouched, whereas, Finland was saddled with war debt, loaded with refugees, tasked with rebuilding the economy, and literally cut in half. Finns banded together out of necessity, but the welfare state didn’t really kick into high gear for several decades.

    Finns didn’t defend against their German allies. Towards the end of the war, the Finns saw the writing on the wall, and, fearing their Soviet neighbors, took on the task of expelling the Germans from Finland. The Italians also fought against German forces in the end, as did other allies of the Germans.

    I’ve been to Mannerheim’s grave, and don’t recall seeing the Star of David on any graves, and I wouldn’t think there would be many, since there are few Jews in Finland today, and quite a few who were there during WWII supposedly sat out the war in Sweden. The Finns also used the swastika, so you may have been looking at Finnish graves. Many of the Germans who died fighting with the Finns are buried in German military cemeteries in Finland. Helsinki has several, and there are more throughout the country.

    From what I have seen, Soviet dead often wound up in or barren plots with little or no upkeep, or even mass graves. Sometimes the Finns didn’t even bother burying the Soviet dead.

    German cemeteries tend to be much nicer.

    • Replies: @Lagertha
  159. @ScarletNumber

    Maybe because Jews and Catholic are smarter than WASPs.

    Do you really believe that? WASPs are largely responsible for founding, settling, and building the U.S. Jews and Roman Catholics left other places to come here. Being dishonest about your motives and exploiting the trust of others isn’t the same as intelligence. If whites wanted to brutally oppress Jews and Catholics, they could have easily done so, but they opened up the nation to them instead. To cover up their backstabbing nature, many Jews and Catholics hold on to the lie that they overcame extreme discrimination and violence at the hands of white Protestants, and that it is their superior intelligence that allowed them to climb the ladder.

    I don’t know how white Catholics are viewed by newcomers, but they tend to blend in well with white Protestants. Jews, on the other hand, seem to be disliked by most other minority groups, as well as a fast growing number of whites. Jews also tend to fit their many negative stereotypes very well, and much more so than white Americans fit the negative stereotypes attributed to them. Nobody comes to the West hoping to live among Jews. In the end, even newcomers have high interest credit cards, overpriced mortgages on shitty homes, and mercenary relatives fighting Israel’s enemies while serving Uncle Samuel.

    The irony is that increasing the rainbow may also increase the enemies of Jews. Most immigrants and minorities know and work alongside average whites. That’s not the case with immigrants and Jews. Propaganda aside, people eventually make their own alliances and form their own opinions. The nation will be wrecked, but, at some point, even Jews will get what is coming to them. It would be small consolation, but still enjoyable to see them devoured by a beast of their own making. I think I would rather live in a society dominated by WASPs, and fight with my more established German Jewish cousins over country club admissions, if I were Jewish.

    Smart people learn from their past mistakes.

  160. MarcB. says:

    So the new standard for approving Supreme Court justice nominations is Paul Krugman’s seething resentment for WASP’s. Jews seem to be the ethnoreligious group obsessively perturbed by their exclusion from Skip and Muffy’s reindeer games. BTW, Rick Sanchez will tell you with some authority what flipping that script in the form of an offhand comment does for your career.

  161. Lagertha says:

    you are so wrong, and such an asshole, btw, obviously not Finnish. Hietalahti cemetery has a map of where the soldiers lie, the Germans, the tomb of the Unknown Soldier; across the hedges is the Jewish cemetery (there is a population of about 2500-3000 Jews in Finland, today). As far as Hietalahti, Finns are scattered about, along with the area where the aristocratic families lie, etc. There is a map if you don’t believe me.

    Swedes are considered “traitors and effeminate losers” by Finns because they decided to stay neutral at the last minute ( I have facts) (bad for Finland bc they needed to buy weapons, for fucks sake). Yes, they only took Finnish kids, like they have taken Muslims these last decades; grudgingly. – Swedes are a retrograde, corrupt and degenerate people. And, they still are a spoiled and degenerate people – they deserve what will happen to them the next decade.

    I am also, a descendant of Patriots: so…fuck-off, you, American, little shit. And, you’ll never be welcome in Finland again. You are the perfect example of Ugly American, because you hate Europe and you hate America.

    • Replies: @Lagertha
  162. Lagertha says:

    No one loves you, Floyd, and no one cares about you.

    • Replies: @OilcanFloyd
  163. @Lagertha

    I can’t imagine you have many admirers yourself. What was that about?

  164. Anon[257] • Disclaimer says:
    @Jim Sweeney

    If she were a true feminist she would not use her husbands name at all. She’d stay the Dianne Goldman she was born with.

  165. Anon[257] • Disclaimer says:
    @Fred Boynton

    Now now don’t be mean. Back in the olden days in college when America was White I noticed that Protestants tended to be in engineering and medicine science stuff and Jews and Catholics mostly in pre law.

  166. Anon[257] • Disclaimer says:
    @D. K.

    What federal law could a 17 year old catholic school boy break? Crossing state lines would be easy in that area.

    Any ideas guys?

    • Replies: @D. K.
  167. Anon[257] • Disclaimer says:

    Almost all the Louisiana blacks were catholic California has lots of black Catholics whose grandparents cane from Louisiana. They’re not black, they’re very light; quadroon or almost White.

    You’re right though most American blacks are Protestants.

  168. D. K. says:

    Replace the beers with joints or lines….

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