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Yesterday, NBC News raised doubts about whether Arizona moderate Democrat Senator Kyrsten Sinema could be considered, morally and spiritually, a true bisexual because it’s hard to tell which team she’s playing for.

Today, from the Washington Examiner:

Kyrsten Sinema skips Congressional Women’s Softball Game

by Carly Roman, Associate News Editor | | October 27, 2021 10:55 PM

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Sen. Kyrsten Sinema isn’t playing ball.

The centrist Democrat from Arizona, in the spotlight during high-stake spending talks, skipped the Congressional Women’s Softball Game on Wednesday despite being included in the scheduled lineup and appearing in the program handed out to fans with the No. 48.

Sinema’s absence at the charity game was a result of an injury, one of the event’s organizers told the Washington Examiner.

“She is on the injured reserve list because she broke her foot,” she said, referring to the injury Sinema endured in June while running a marathon that resulted in her wearing a cast on her foot for a time.

 
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  1. Sinema seems pretty plugged into the gay network as a form of personal advancement. And the gay network looks like it’s one of the most powerful strains in our Establishment.

    The official gay political world has a strong anti-Western, anti-White and anti-American animus. They really resent the White “bubbas”. From what I can tell, they really don’t have much of a positive vision they want to achieve; they just want to make the White bubbas miserable.

    • Agree: beavertales
    • Replies: @Pericles
    @Loyalty Over IQ Worship


    Sinema seems pretty plugged into the gay network as a form of personal advancement. And the gay network looks like it’s one of the most powerful strains in our Establishment.

     

    I now wonder if this 'bisexual' is a straight woman who just wants to ride the LGBT influence train. It kind of looks like the LGBTs are wondering the same thing.

    Replies: @Mr. Anon

    , @Anonymous
    @Loyalty Over IQ Worship

    From How Meyer Lansky Took Over The Cincinnati Ballet By E. Michael Jones:


    “As a result of the 1967 Arab-Israeli war, American Jews shifted their allegiance from Communism to Zionism. The year 1967 also marked the collapse of the Black-Jewish alliance. The Ocean Hill-Brownsville teacher strike combined with Harold Cruse’s book The Crisis of the Negro Intellectual to put an end to a collaboration that stretched back to the Leo Frank case, the founding of the ADL, and the NAACP’s anti-lynching campaign. The Jews now needed a new avant garde for their revolution, and, in the aftermath of the Stonewall Riot in 1969 and the murder of the Black Panthers in Chicago, the homosexual replaced Black militants like Eldridge Cleaver and over the course of the 1970s emerged as the Jews’ new revolutionary avant garde.”

    [“Chapter Seven: The Homosexualization of America”]
     

    Replies: @The Wild Geese Howard

  2. “Bi-sexual” Sinema is nothing more than a regular white woman who hasn’t yet been turned out by a real man. I’ve met her type repeatedly. (Where else is a Detriot honkie to go for sex but Ann Arbor? Livonia? Royal Oak?). This chick needs nothing more than a man with a healthy testosterone level and an intolerance for bullshit. Women HATE the beta male cucks. Will they break out the AK and die on the doorstep defending them? To ask is to answer.

    And the females reading this are MUCH more in agreement than the “males”…

    Women want Men. It’s a shame that we can’t manage to produce them any longer. But at least we’re still able to import Men from Afghanistan and wherever else they exist. Keep wearing your face panties boys! Chicks will dig it!

    • Thanks: JimDandy
    • Replies: @The Wild Geese Howard
    @Stan d Mute


    Keep wearing your face panties boys! Chicks will dig it!
     
    Sadly, I was just at the grocery store where the baizuo shop.

    Saw at least three attractive, straight, white 20-something couples all face-pantied up.

    We are doomed.

    Replies: @Stan d Mute

  3. The centrist Democrat from Arizona, in the spotlight during high-stake spending talks, skipped the Congressional Women’s Softball Game on Wednesday…

    Who can blame her? People get shot at these events.

    She was chased into a toilet stall not that long ago. Creepy.

    • Replies: @El Dato
    @Reg Cæsar

    But was the chaser genderfluid?

  4. If she really were on both teams, she would at least play hardball sometimes.

    She is on the injured reserve list…

    Sounds like a pro.

    Most bi women are just lesbians who don’t want to commit.

    Or they are just normal women who are experimenting. (Some of those are recent escapees from private girls’ schools.)

    One thing is certain: Women are far more likely to be bisexual than men. They may be that way for their own reasons, but they are.

    • Replies: @Mike Tre
    @Buzz Mohawk

    "Most bi women are just lesbians who don’t want to commit."

    I would say 99.9 % of attractive women claiming to be bisexual are straight, and using the bi label for that one last leg up for attention.

    , @Alec Leamas (hard at work)
    @Buzz Mohawk


    If she really were on both teams, she would at least play hardball sometimes.

    She is on the injured reserve list…
     
    Sounds like a pro.

    Most bi women are just lesbians who don’t want to commit.

    Or they are just normal women who are experimenting. (Some of those are recent escapees from private girls’ schools.)

    One thing is certain: Women are far more likely to be bisexual than men. They may be that way for their own reasons, but they are.

     

    This all makes some sense until you come to the realization that Lesbians simply don't exist.

    Replies: @Buzz Mohawk

    , @kaganovitch
    @Buzz Mohawk

    Completely OT Buzz but you and/or your wife might find this photo gallery of Transylvanian shepherds interesting. Some really lovely photos.The 'art' shots don't really do it for me but the people shots are simply splendid.

    http://kerekesistvan.com/shepherdlife/

    Replies: @Buzz Mohawk

  5. in the spotlight during high-stake spending talks,

    It is past time in the insane U.S. to pay attention to Ralph Keyes’ book, “Is There Life After High School?” Keyes interviewed hundreds of people, and read every article on the subject of how high school creates a lens through which one views and approaches life, well, forever. What can possibly account for Biden’s switch from moderate to radical, pundits ask. Go no further than this dynamic, which lurked, ready to emerge. Some incident of rejection at the head table in the cafeteria, perhaps. This seat is reserved, Joe, take a walk. This is real. When Keyes hosted a radio program on the topic, the switchboard lit up as it never had before.

    • Agree: El Dato
    • Disagree: ben tillman
    • Replies: @stillCARealist
    @SafeNow

    Another reason to support homeschooling big-time.

    I've related this anecdote before, but my son was part of a church youth group when he was 13, and in a smaller group the leader asked the boys if any of them were having problems at school. They happened to be all homeschooled and the boys just sat there looking perplexed. You mean with Mom, or what?

    , @AnotherDad
    @SafeNow

    What's with this whole HS b.s.?

    My high school experience was certainly atypical because i went to an all male Jesuit HS. It wasn't some picnic, but my teachers were generally good, the classes generally good, my fellow students generally good guys--for high school age boys, surging with testosterone. It prepared me very well for college--i had no issues, i already knew how to study and do college level work. And ... life rolled on ... to the actually important stuff.

    I understand for some people there greatest moment of glory was in HS. And they can't get that back. But i don't really understand this whole "HS tormented me so much that i can't do anything" b.s. Hey then you escaped those a*holes in college and/or work and found your own place and went on with life ... right?

    In any case, you theory doesn't work with Biden. Wasn't Biden one of the HS cool kids? And basically has carried on his whole life with pathetic HS level braggadocio--always claiming to be exceptional, when in fact his college/law school record is "unimpressive".

    Replies: @Alec Leamas (hard at work), @kaganovitch

    , @Alec Leamas (hard at work)
    @SafeNow


    It is past time in the insane U.S. to pay attention to Ralph Keyes’ book, “Is There Life After High School?” Keyes interviewed hundreds of people, and read every article on the subject of how high school creates a lens through which one views and approaches life, well, forever. What can possibly account for Biden’s switch from moderate to radical, pundits ask. Go no further than this dynamic, which lurked, ready to emerge. Some incident of rejection at the head table in the cafeteria, perhaps. This seat is reserved, Joe, take a walk. This is real. When Keyes hosted a radio program on the topic, the switchboard lit up as it never had before.
     
    I've noticed this for a while - lots of people understand the world as a continuation of the social hierarchies of high school, and I mean both the cool kids and the nerds (where lots of nerds have now become wealthy and thereby powerful and intent on revenge).

    We should probably think about how warehousing large numbers of teens all day in the middle of their psychological/social/sexual development away from their families and communities and under the supervision of a few adult strangers is an aberrant practice in human history. It's probably something bizarre and post-human enough as to have had a large impact on society, but because it's considered "normal" we don't evaluate it as a potential cauldron of social and psychological dysfunction with long term negative impacts on individuals and society.
    , @Alec Leamas (hard at work)
    @SafeNow


    What can possibly account for Biden’s switch from moderate to radical, pundits ask. Go no further than this dynamic, which lurked, ready to emerge. Some incident of rejection at the head table in the cafeteria, perhaps. This seat is reserved, Joe, take a walk. This is real. When Keyes hosted a radio program on the topic, the switchboard lit up as it never had before.
     
    Biden seems to be much more of a veiled white enthomasochist who seems to have prided himself on being one of the few white guys who is accepted by the really cool black guys as a cool peer.

    Archmere Academy (Biden's high school) probably didn't have a single black student when Biden attended. So while he could have been at the top of its social hierarchy, the one way to gild that lily is to be accepted by the really cool black guys (who don't go to prep school). Then you're not just some spoiled white kid.

    I think that's what was behind Biden's leftward creep over the course of his career from faux Union Hall denizen to having a black best friend (complete with friendship bracelet). It just so happens that the Democratic party's reliance on the white working class waned, and its reliance on the black vote became more prominent over the course of his political journey (entirely coincidental, I suppose). By 2020 he's talking more and more about mixing it up bad dudes at the all black pool in Wilmington like Corn Pop and doing less pretending to be some Iron Worker misplaced in the U.S. Senate or something.

    So you can perhaps interpret Biden as having shed some of the shame of being the top of the social hierarchy at an all white, and therefore square high school by gaining street cred first from pretending to be a blue collar shot-and-beer type, and then by pretending to have cool black friends who think he is also a cool dude.
    , @The Wild Geese Howard
    @SafeNow


    “Is There Life After High School?”
     
    "How much you wanna bet I can throw a football over them mountains?"

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xL-VX3WbA9U

    NO!

    Next question!
  6. My take is that Senatrx Sinema is the political equivalent of Anne Heche.

  7. If she skips women’s softball, a long-time lesbian favorite, but shows up for co-ed touch football then that will give a clearer indication of which team she actually prefers to play on.

    • LOL: Hibernian
    • Replies: @Inquiring Mind
    @Lockean Proviso

    I never understood co-ed touch football, where the men, like, play to win the game instead of (cough), play for more player-on-payer contact?

  8. @Loyalty Over IQ Worship
    Sinema seems pretty plugged into the gay network as a form of personal advancement. And the gay network looks like it's one of the most powerful strains in our Establishment.

    The official gay political world has a strong anti-Western, anti-White and anti-American animus. They really resent the White "bubbas". From what I can tell, they really don't have much of a positive vision they want to achieve; they just want to make the White bubbas miserable.

    Replies: @Pericles, @Anonymous

    Sinema seems pretty plugged into the gay network as a form of personal advancement. And the gay network looks like it’s one of the most powerful strains in our Establishment.

    I now wonder if this ‘bisexual’ is a straight woman who just wants to ride the LGBT influence train. It kind of looks like the LGBTs are wondering the same thing.

    • Replies: @Mr. Anon
    @Pericles


    I now wonder if this ‘bisexual’ is a straight woman who just wants to ride the LGBT influence train. It kind of looks like the LGBTs are wondering the same thing.
     
    Maybe she looked at the career of Elizabeth Warren and thought "Maybe that would work for me too. I just need a little twist on it so it won't be so obvious."
  9. Probably a wise move considering what happens at Congressional baseball games when Democrats are angry at you.

  10. @Buzz Mohawk
    If she really were on both teams, she would at least play hardball sometimes.

    She is on the injured reserve list...
     
    Sounds like a pro.

    Most bi women are just lesbians who don't want to commit.

    Or they are just normal women who are experimenting. (Some of those are recent escapees from private girls' schools.)

    One thing is certain: Women are far more likely to be bisexual than men. They may be that way for their own reasons, but they are.

    Replies: @Mike Tre, @Alec Leamas (hard at work), @kaganovitch

    “Most bi women are just lesbians who don’t want to commit.”

    I would say 99.9 % of attractive women claiming to be bisexual are straight, and using the bi label for that one last leg up for attention.

  11. @Reg Cæsar

    The centrist Democrat from Arizona, in the spotlight during high-stake spending talks, skipped the Congressional Women’s Softball Game on Wednesday...
     
    Who can blame her? People get shot at these events.

    She was chased into a toilet stall not that long ago. Creepy.

    Replies: @El Dato

    But was the chaser genderfluid?

  12. Regarding that clip from Friends: Once again I find myself mystified by the traditional sitcom. There’s literally not one funny thing in there. What a strange enterprise for professional joke writers.

  13. Anonymous[337] • Disclaimer says:
    @Loyalty Over IQ Worship
    Sinema seems pretty plugged into the gay network as a form of personal advancement. And the gay network looks like it's one of the most powerful strains in our Establishment.

    The official gay political world has a strong anti-Western, anti-White and anti-American animus. They really resent the White "bubbas". From what I can tell, they really don't have much of a positive vision they want to achieve; they just want to make the White bubbas miserable.

    Replies: @Pericles, @Anonymous

    From How Meyer Lansky Took Over The Cincinnati Ballet By E. Michael Jones:

    “As a result of the 1967 Arab-Israeli war, American Jews shifted their allegiance from Communism to Zionism. The year 1967 also marked the collapse of the Black-Jewish alliance. The Ocean Hill-Brownsville teacher strike combined with Harold Cruse’s book The Crisis of the Negro Intellectual to put an end to a collaboration that stretched back to the Leo Frank case, the founding of the ADL, and the NAACP’s anti-lynching campaign. The Jews now needed a new avant garde for their revolution, and, in the aftermath of the Stonewall Riot in 1969 and the murder of the Black Panthers in Chicago, the homosexual replaced Black militants like Eldridge Cleaver and over the course of the 1970s emerged as the Jews’ new revolutionary avant garde.”

    [“Chapter Seven: The Homosexualization of America”]

    • Replies: @The Wild Geese Howard
    @Anonymous


    The year 1967 also marked the collapse of the Black-Jewish alliance.
     
    Yeah, they totally resuscitated that alliance over five months last summer.
  14. @Lockean Proviso
    If she skips women's softball, a long-time lesbian favorite, but shows up for co-ed touch football then that will give a clearer indication of which team she actually prefers to play on.

    Replies: @Inquiring Mind

    I never understood co-ed touch football, where the men, like, play to win the game instead of (cough), play for more player-on-payer contact?

  15. @SafeNow

    in the spotlight during high-stake spending talks,
     
    It is past time in the insane U.S. to pay attention to Ralph Keyes’ book, “Is There Life After High School?” Keyes interviewed hundreds of people, and read every article on the subject of how high school creates a lens through which one views and approaches life, well, forever. What can possibly account for Biden’s switch from moderate to radical, pundits ask. Go no further than this dynamic, which lurked, ready to emerge. Some incident of rejection at the head table in the cafeteria, perhaps. This seat is reserved, Joe, take a walk. This is real. When Keyes hosted a radio program on the topic, the switchboard lit up as it never had before.

    Replies: @stillCARealist, @AnotherDad, @Alec Leamas (hard at work), @Alec Leamas (hard at work), @The Wild Geese Howard

    Another reason to support homeschooling big-time.

    I’ve related this anecdote before, but my son was part of a church youth group when he was 13, and in a smaller group the leader asked the boys if any of them were having problems at school. They happened to be all homeschooled and the boys just sat there looking perplexed. You mean with Mom, or what?

  16. I don’t think I’d like to be in their company….

    • Replies: @Dan Hayes
    @Bardon Kaldian

    You made your point (alas, in disgusting technicolor!).

    , @Ron Mexico
    @Bardon Kaldian

    Aahh, "pride" parades, where 99% of the attendees are in the parade.

  17. @SafeNow

    in the spotlight during high-stake spending talks,
     
    It is past time in the insane U.S. to pay attention to Ralph Keyes’ book, “Is There Life After High School?” Keyes interviewed hundreds of people, and read every article on the subject of how high school creates a lens through which one views and approaches life, well, forever. What can possibly account for Biden’s switch from moderate to radical, pundits ask. Go no further than this dynamic, which lurked, ready to emerge. Some incident of rejection at the head table in the cafeteria, perhaps. This seat is reserved, Joe, take a walk. This is real. When Keyes hosted a radio program on the topic, the switchboard lit up as it never had before.

    Replies: @stillCARealist, @AnotherDad, @Alec Leamas (hard at work), @Alec Leamas (hard at work), @The Wild Geese Howard

    What’s with this whole HS b.s.?

    My high school experience was certainly atypical because i went to an all male Jesuit HS. It wasn’t some picnic, but my teachers were generally good, the classes generally good, my fellow students generally good guys–for high school age boys, surging with testosterone. It prepared me very well for college–i had no issues, i already knew how to study and do college level work. And … life rolled on … to the actually important stuff.

    I understand for some people there greatest moment of glory was in HS. And they can’t get that back. But i don’t really understand this whole “HS tormented me so much that i can’t do anything” b.s. Hey then you escaped those a*holes in college and/or work and found your own place and went on with life … right?

    In any case, you theory doesn’t work with Biden. Wasn’t Biden one of the HS cool kids? And basically has carried on his whole life with pathetic HS level braggadocio–always claiming to be exceptional, when in fact his college/law school record is “unimpressive”.

    • Replies: @Alec Leamas (hard at work)
    @AnotherDad


    What’s with this whole HS b.s.?
     
    It's a formative experience during a very important time of social/psychological/sexual development, so rather than just a compulsory "four years" it's something that echoes for a lifetime.

    My high school experience was certainly atypical because i went to an all male Jesuit HS. It wasn’t some picnic, but my teachers were generally good, the classes generally good, my fellow students generally good guys–for high school age boys, surging with testosterone. It prepared me very well for college–i had no issues, i already knew how to study and do college level work. And … life rolled on … to the actually important stuff.

     

    My experience is like yours (not Jesuits but a different order, and overseas for some time, but otherwise much the same) and I think we need to understand how different our experiences were from the norm. And the norm is a large warehouse for teens of varying social and economic status and varying academic aptitude several multiples of Dunbar's number under the supervision of strangers in government jobs.

    I understand for some people there greatest moment of glory was in HS. And they can’t get that back. But i don’t really understand this whole “HS tormented me so much that i can’t do anything” b.s. Hey then you escaped those a*holes in college and/or work and found your own place and went on with life … right?
     
    It's nostalgia for some, an unending source of pain for others (is there a word for the inverse of nostalgia?). But without question many people understand the world through the lens of the social categories of high school.

    In any case, you theory doesn’t work with Biden. Wasn’t Biden one of the HS cool kids? And basically has carried on his whole life with pathetic HS level braggadocio–always claiming to be exceptional, when in fact his college/law school record is “unimpressive”.

     

    Biden went to Archmere Academy in Wilmington, which is a private, Catholic college preparatory institution which was males only until 1975. So, Biden's experience is much closer to ours than the norm. His braggadocio probably comes from being (contrary to his political narrative) fairly well off even for Archmere's social hierarchy and probably in college and law school as well (he drove a brand new 1967 Corvette while a law student and still owns it).
    , @kaganovitch
    @AnotherDad

    My high school experience was certainly atypical because i went to an all male Jesuit HS. It wasn’t some picnic, but my teachers were generally good, the classes generally good, my fellow students generally good guys–for high school age boys, surging with testosterone. It prepared me very well for college–i had no issues, i already knew how to study and do college level work. And … life rolled on … to the actually important stuff.

    I think single sex high schools are an under-appreciated educational advantage. So much of standard HS life revolves around boys preening for girls and v.v that it's a wonder any study at all goes on.

    Replies: @Alec Leamas (hard at work)

  18. @SafeNow

    in the spotlight during high-stake spending talks,
     
    It is past time in the insane U.S. to pay attention to Ralph Keyes’ book, “Is There Life After High School?” Keyes interviewed hundreds of people, and read every article on the subject of how high school creates a lens through which one views and approaches life, well, forever. What can possibly account for Biden’s switch from moderate to radical, pundits ask. Go no further than this dynamic, which lurked, ready to emerge. Some incident of rejection at the head table in the cafeteria, perhaps. This seat is reserved, Joe, take a walk. This is real. When Keyes hosted a radio program on the topic, the switchboard lit up as it never had before.

    Replies: @stillCARealist, @AnotherDad, @Alec Leamas (hard at work), @Alec Leamas (hard at work), @The Wild Geese Howard

    It is past time in the insane U.S. to pay attention to Ralph Keyes’ book, “Is There Life After High School?” Keyes interviewed hundreds of people, and read every article on the subject of how high school creates a lens through which one views and approaches life, well, forever. What can possibly account for Biden’s switch from moderate to radical, pundits ask. Go no further than this dynamic, which lurked, ready to emerge. Some incident of rejection at the head table in the cafeteria, perhaps. This seat is reserved, Joe, take a walk. This is real. When Keyes hosted a radio program on the topic, the switchboard lit up as it never had before.

    I’ve noticed this for a while – lots of people understand the world as a continuation of the social hierarchies of high school, and I mean both the cool kids and the nerds (where lots of nerds have now become wealthy and thereby powerful and intent on revenge).

    We should probably think about how warehousing large numbers of teens all day in the middle of their psychological/social/sexual development away from their families and communities and under the supervision of a few adult strangers is an aberrant practice in human history. It’s probably something bizarre and post-human enough as to have had a large impact on society, but because it’s considered “normal” we don’t evaluate it as a potential cauldron of social and psychological dysfunction with long term negative impacts on individuals and society.

  19. @AnotherDad
    @SafeNow

    What's with this whole HS b.s.?

    My high school experience was certainly atypical because i went to an all male Jesuit HS. It wasn't some picnic, but my teachers were generally good, the classes generally good, my fellow students generally good guys--for high school age boys, surging with testosterone. It prepared me very well for college--i had no issues, i already knew how to study and do college level work. And ... life rolled on ... to the actually important stuff.

    I understand for some people there greatest moment of glory was in HS. And they can't get that back. But i don't really understand this whole "HS tormented me so much that i can't do anything" b.s. Hey then you escaped those a*holes in college and/or work and found your own place and went on with life ... right?

    In any case, you theory doesn't work with Biden. Wasn't Biden one of the HS cool kids? And basically has carried on his whole life with pathetic HS level braggadocio--always claiming to be exceptional, when in fact his college/law school record is "unimpressive".

    Replies: @Alec Leamas (hard at work), @kaganovitch

    What’s with this whole HS b.s.?

    It’s a formative experience during a very important time of social/psychological/sexual development, so rather than just a compulsory “four years” it’s something that echoes for a lifetime.

    My high school experience was certainly atypical because i went to an all male Jesuit HS. It wasn’t some picnic, but my teachers were generally good, the classes generally good, my fellow students generally good guys–for high school age boys, surging with testosterone. It prepared me very well for college–i had no issues, i already knew how to study and do college level work. And … life rolled on … to the actually important stuff.

    My experience is like yours (not Jesuits but a different order, and overseas for some time, but otherwise much the same) and I think we need to understand how different our experiences were from the norm. And the norm is a large warehouse for teens of varying social and economic status and varying academic aptitude several multiples of Dunbar’s number under the supervision of strangers in government jobs.

    I understand for some people there greatest moment of glory was in HS. And they can’t get that back. But i don’t really understand this whole “HS tormented me so much that i can’t do anything” b.s. Hey then you escaped those a*holes in college and/or work and found your own place and went on with life … right?

    It’s nostalgia for some, an unending source of pain for others (is there a word for the inverse of nostalgia?). But without question many people understand the world through the lens of the social categories of high school.

    In any case, you theory doesn’t work with Biden. Wasn’t Biden one of the HS cool kids? And basically has carried on his whole life with pathetic HS level braggadocio–always claiming to be exceptional, when in fact his college/law school record is “unimpressive”.

    Biden went to Archmere Academy in Wilmington, which is a private, Catholic college preparatory institution which was males only until 1975. So, Biden’s experience is much closer to ours than the norm. His braggadocio probably comes from being (contrary to his political narrative) fairly well off even for Archmere’s social hierarchy and probably in college and law school as well (he drove a brand new 1967 Corvette while a law student and still owns it).

  20. @AnotherDad
    @SafeNow

    What's with this whole HS b.s.?

    My high school experience was certainly atypical because i went to an all male Jesuit HS. It wasn't some picnic, but my teachers were generally good, the classes generally good, my fellow students generally good guys--for high school age boys, surging with testosterone. It prepared me very well for college--i had no issues, i already knew how to study and do college level work. And ... life rolled on ... to the actually important stuff.

    I understand for some people there greatest moment of glory was in HS. And they can't get that back. But i don't really understand this whole "HS tormented me so much that i can't do anything" b.s. Hey then you escaped those a*holes in college and/or work and found your own place and went on with life ... right?

    In any case, you theory doesn't work with Biden. Wasn't Biden one of the HS cool kids? And basically has carried on his whole life with pathetic HS level braggadocio--always claiming to be exceptional, when in fact his college/law school record is "unimpressive".

    Replies: @Alec Leamas (hard at work), @kaganovitch

    My high school experience was certainly atypical because i went to an all male Jesuit HS. It wasn’t some picnic, but my teachers were generally good, the classes generally good, my fellow students generally good guys–for high school age boys, surging with testosterone. It prepared me very well for college–i had no issues, i already knew how to study and do college level work. And … life rolled on … to the actually important stuff.

    I think single sex high schools are an under-appreciated educational advantage. So much of standard HS life revolves around boys preening for girls and v.v that it’s a wonder any study at all goes on.

    • Replies: @Alec Leamas (hard at work)
    @kaganovitch


    I think single sex high schools are an under-appreciated educational advantage. So much of standard HS life revolves around boys preening for girls and v.v that it’s a wonder any study at all goes on.
     
    There's a different culture in a single sex institution. My experience with it was in an all boys environment, so I'm not sure about an all girls institution (I can extrapolate and rely upon representations made by women who went to all girls institutions).

    In my experience, all boys schools seem to have a more "flat" social hierarchy, where you don't get slotted into a social type as much. So what you will often see is that most if not all of the boys with some exceptions tend to get along with each other and eventually regard one another as co-members of a fraternal association. It's helpful to maintaining the day-to-day order in the classroom that you don't have boys acting out to gain the attention of girls. Interactions with girls are either coincidental and outside of classroom time (i.e., taking the trolley or bus to or from school), or in more formalized contexts at mixers and dances. So there is a certain freedom in not having to clumsily "perform" for teen girls for most of the day, and that probably reduces some sources of stress which permits energies to be directed more towards school work and genuine fraternal friendship with the other boys.

    Girls whom I've known who attended all girls schools say that, likewise, they don't have to devote as much attention to attracting boys, and they emphasize that there are of course no boys to dominate classroom discussions and monopolize teacher attention. Therefore, it may create a more female-friendly learning environment that maximizes girls' learning potential (of course you could argue that removing the top competition in the form of boys has a countervailing effect).

    Replies: @nokangaroos

  21. @SafeNow

    in the spotlight during high-stake spending talks,
     
    It is past time in the insane U.S. to pay attention to Ralph Keyes’ book, “Is There Life After High School?” Keyes interviewed hundreds of people, and read every article on the subject of how high school creates a lens through which one views and approaches life, well, forever. What can possibly account for Biden’s switch from moderate to radical, pundits ask. Go no further than this dynamic, which lurked, ready to emerge. Some incident of rejection at the head table in the cafeteria, perhaps. This seat is reserved, Joe, take a walk. This is real. When Keyes hosted a radio program on the topic, the switchboard lit up as it never had before.

    Replies: @stillCARealist, @AnotherDad, @Alec Leamas (hard at work), @Alec Leamas (hard at work), @The Wild Geese Howard

    What can possibly account for Biden’s switch from moderate to radical, pundits ask. Go no further than this dynamic, which lurked, ready to emerge. Some incident of rejection at the head table in the cafeteria, perhaps. This seat is reserved, Joe, take a walk. This is real. When Keyes hosted a radio program on the topic, the switchboard lit up as it never had before.

    Biden seems to be much more of a veiled white enthomasochist who seems to have prided himself on being one of the few white guys who is accepted by the really cool black guys as a cool peer.

    Archmere Academy (Biden’s high school) probably didn’t have a single black student when Biden attended. So while he could have been at the top of its social hierarchy, the one way to gild that lily is to be accepted by the really cool black guys (who don’t go to prep school). Then you’re not just some spoiled white kid.

    I think that’s what was behind Biden’s leftward creep over the course of his career from faux Union Hall denizen to having a black best friend (complete with friendship bracelet). It just so happens that the Democratic party’s reliance on the white working class waned, and its reliance on the black vote became more prominent over the course of his political journey (entirely coincidental, I suppose). By 2020 he’s talking more and more about mixing it up bad dudes at the all black pool in Wilmington like Corn Pop and doing less pretending to be some Iron Worker misplaced in the U.S. Senate or something.

    So you can perhaps interpret Biden as having shed some of the shame of being the top of the social hierarchy at an all white, and therefore square high school by gaining street cred first from pretending to be a blue collar shot-and-beer type, and then by pretending to have cool black friends who think he is also a cool dude.

  22. I had to post this from the Babylon Bee. I thought it was great!

    Woman Who’s Good At Driving Wondering If She Might Be Transgender

    AMERICAN FORK, UT—Kyrsten Fribsey, a local mom and recovering shiplap addict, reportedly began wondering if she might be transgender after she drove around town to run errands without incident.

    Suspicions that she may actually be a man trapped in a woman’s body began to well up inside her after she parked her minivan at Target without having to leave a note on the windshield of the vehicle next to her.

    Later, according to sources, she parallel-parked perfectly the very first time, without even scuffing her car wheels on the curb. “Am I a misgendered man?” wondered Mrs. Fribsey as she changed lanes on the interstate without checking her blindspot the usual 17 times.

    “Have I been living a lie?” She tearfully asked herself after not leaving her turning signal on for seven miles.

    Her concerns were put to rest, however, when she arrived home and her husband patiently pointed out the severed gas pump nozzle hanging from her gas tank.

    https://babylonbee.com/news/woman-whos-good-at-driving-wondering-if-she-might-be-transgender

  23. When you suddenly experience the fatigue of blacks that are treated to endless hair touching

    Completely irrelevant entertainer Rapinoe complains about completely irrelevant intersectional entertainer superminority being disproportionately affected by an interdiction to cheat:

    ‘This is so awful’: US women’s team captain Megan Rapinoe slams bill banning transgender girls from competing as ‘beyond words’

    Earlier this year, the US Women’s National Team captain said sport has become “another avenue to attack the rights of trans people”, adding that transgender people were being treated unfairly “because of who they are” in an opinion piece in the Washington Post.

    On Monday, Texas Governor Greg Abbott signed the bill into law at public schools, concluding a period which has seen protests from campaigners at the Senate amid a procession of similar initiatives across Republican states in the US.

    Social justice warrior Rapinoe is not impressed. “Oh, Governor Abbott,” she sarcastically told the ardent supporter of former US president Donald Trump.

    “Thank you so much for saving our girls’ sports, what a hero – said no-one ever. This is so awful. Beyond words.”

    Earlier this month, Rapinoe was one of more than 150 athletes who added their names to a court brief filed in the US Court of Appeals, led by the WNBA, the Women’s Sports Foundation and the Athlete Ally LGBTQ non-profit group.

    I hope she gets bodychecked by a 200 pound muscular trans girl and gets bumped right out of the field.

    • Replies: @fish
    @El Dato

    I hope she gets bodychecked by a 200 pound muscular trans girl and gets bumped right out of the field.


    Olympic Attention Whoring is an individual competitor sport!

    , @Ron Mexico
    @El Dato

    "as 'beyond words'"... and yet she has words. plenty of words. too many words. not good words.

  24. @kaganovitch
    @AnotherDad

    My high school experience was certainly atypical because i went to an all male Jesuit HS. It wasn’t some picnic, but my teachers were generally good, the classes generally good, my fellow students generally good guys–for high school age boys, surging with testosterone. It prepared me very well for college–i had no issues, i already knew how to study and do college level work. And … life rolled on … to the actually important stuff.

    I think single sex high schools are an under-appreciated educational advantage. So much of standard HS life revolves around boys preening for girls and v.v that it's a wonder any study at all goes on.

    Replies: @Alec Leamas (hard at work)

    I think single sex high schools are an under-appreciated educational advantage. So much of standard HS life revolves around boys preening for girls and v.v that it’s a wonder any study at all goes on.

    There’s a different culture in a single sex institution. My experience with it was in an all boys environment, so I’m not sure about an all girls institution (I can extrapolate and rely upon representations made by women who went to all girls institutions).

    In my experience, all boys schools seem to have a more “flat” social hierarchy, where you don’t get slotted into a social type as much. So what you will often see is that most if not all of the boys with some exceptions tend to get along with each other and eventually regard one another as co-members of a fraternal association. It’s helpful to maintaining the day-to-day order in the classroom that you don’t have boys acting out to gain the attention of girls. Interactions with girls are either coincidental and outside of classroom time (i.e., taking the trolley or bus to or from school), or in more formalized contexts at mixers and dances. So there is a certain freedom in not having to clumsily “perform” for teen girls for most of the day, and that probably reduces some sources of stress which permits energies to be directed more towards school work and genuine fraternal friendship with the other boys.

    Girls whom I’ve known who attended all girls schools say that, likewise, they don’t have to devote as much attention to attracting boys, and they emphasize that there are of course no boys to dominate classroom discussions and monopolize teacher attention. Therefore, it may create a more female-friendly learning environment that maximizes girls’ learning potential (of course you could argue that removing the top competition in the form of boys has a countervailing effect).

    • Replies: @nokangaroos
    @Alec Leamas (hard at work)

    Seconded all - much better learning; except girls seem to miss out on healthy sexual socialisation sometimes i.e. either nolimetangere or nympho.

  25. @Buzz Mohawk
    If she really were on both teams, she would at least play hardball sometimes.

    She is on the injured reserve list...
     
    Sounds like a pro.

    Most bi women are just lesbians who don't want to commit.

    Or they are just normal women who are experimenting. (Some of those are recent escapees from private girls' schools.)

    One thing is certain: Women are far more likely to be bisexual than men. They may be that way for their own reasons, but they are.

    Replies: @Mike Tre, @Alec Leamas (hard at work), @kaganovitch

    If she really were on both teams, she would at least play hardball sometimes.

    She is on the injured reserve list…

    Sounds like a pro.

    Most bi women are just lesbians who don’t want to commit.

    Or they are just normal women who are experimenting. (Some of those are recent escapees from private girls’ schools.)

    One thing is certain: Women are far more likely to be bisexual than men. They may be that way for their own reasons, but they are.

    This all makes some sense until you come to the realization that Lesbians simply don’t exist.

    • Replies: @Buzz Mohawk
    @Alec Leamas (hard at work)

    What you posit here is interesting, though I don't know if it is true. I think there really are homosexual women and men, and I think they are Born This Way.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xl0N7JM3wZk

    Replies: @Stan d Mute

  26. Mitt Romney Romances Kyrsten Sinema

    Sinema Wears A Dress Well

    Mitt Romney — US Senator from Utah — speaks Parisian French and he was the governor of Massachusetts.

    Romney does have a sense of humour about engaging in absurdist and comical stunts in public and this one with Kyrsten Sinema is a prime example.

    Romney has viciously attacked Southern people and the symbols and monuments of the Civil War.

    Romney and the Mammonite Mormon money-grubbers act like they are so moral and decent, when in fact they are Mammonite scum.

    Romney isn’t even the worst of the disgusting Mormon money-grubbers. Witness Mitt Romney playing cleaner to get the corruption in Salt Lake City under control when the Mormons had the Olympics.

    The treasonous CIA human intelligence boobs have a lot of Mormon Mammonites floating around.

    Comical Romney:

    Snarling Romney from 2015:

  27. She’s a vaguely-fuckable middle-aged woman[*], so obviously it’s perfectly acceptable for her to dress like an attention-seeking secretary on a night out on the town.

    If a middle-aged guy in ‘good nick’ turned up to a professional work environment in gym gear (‘sun’s out – guns out’) it would harm his professional reputation.

    That goes too far the other way: at the ‘top end’ some men compete on the price of their work uniform, and pay \$3k each for several suits – because it’s a sin if you wear the same one twice in a row. (I used to pay \$600 per, but got them bespoke during travel to Asia – so they looked the part).

    Also it’s only in the last 10 or 15 years, when bicycles became expensive enough to be fashionable, that wearing bike gear on arrival stopped being looked at askance; now all manner of dicky-popout fake-sponsor clip-clop shoe faggotry is permissible if you’ve got a Pinarello.

    What I’m saying – again and again – is that women are hard-wired for peacocking as a substitute for talent. With men, peacocking is generally taken by other men as a signal of inferior talent – but it sure helps get attention from women younger and more physically attractive than some middle-aged Yank ‘6½-at-best’.

    [*] She’s only vaguely-fuckable (a 6½ smiling) when she manages to control her RBF (resting bitch-face). Taken ‘at the jump’, that RBF gives an insight to the world of pain that awaits anyone fooled by the face-mud and stripper-heels.

    RBF is evolution’s way of signalling “lasciate ogne speranza, voi ch’intrate“.

  28. @Buzz Mohawk
    If she really were on both teams, she would at least play hardball sometimes.

    She is on the injured reserve list...
     
    Sounds like a pro.

    Most bi women are just lesbians who don't want to commit.

    Or they are just normal women who are experimenting. (Some of those are recent escapees from private girls' schools.)

    One thing is certain: Women are far more likely to be bisexual than men. They may be that way for their own reasons, but they are.

    Replies: @Mike Tre, @Alec Leamas (hard at work), @kaganovitch

    Completely OT Buzz but you and/or your wife might find this photo gallery of Transylvanian shepherds interesting. Some really lovely photos.The ‘art’ shots don’t really do it for me but the people shots are simply splendid.

    http://kerekesistvan.com/shepherdlife/

    • Replies: @Buzz Mohawk
    @kaganovitch

    Beautiful. Thank you!

  29. @Stan d Mute
    “Bi-sexual” Sinema is nothing more than a regular white woman who hasn’t yet been turned out by a real man. I’ve met her type repeatedly. (Where else is a Detriot honkie to go for sex but Ann Arbor? Livonia? Royal Oak?). This chick needs nothing more than a man with a healthy testosterone level and an intolerance for bullshit. Women HATE the beta male cucks. Will they break out the AK and die on the doorstep defending them? To ask is to answer.

    And the females reading this are MUCH more in agreement than the “males”…

    Women want Men. It’s a shame that we can’t manage to produce them any longer. But at least we’re still able to import Men from Afghanistan and wherever else they exist. Keep wearing your face panties boys! Chicks will dig it!

    Replies: @The Wild Geese Howard

    Keep wearing your face panties boys! Chicks will dig it!

    Sadly, I was just at the grocery store where the baizuo shop.

    Saw at least three attractive, straight, white 20-something couples all face-pantied up.

    We are doomed.

    • Replies: @Stan d Mute
    @The Wild Geese Howard


    We are doomed.
     
    Many of us. Yes. Count the number who subscribed to experimental gene therapy for a governmentally engineered cold virus. Myriad.

    A few of us had enough healthy skepticism to question why such treatments have never been successful against real diseases like cancer. A few of us applied common sense and heard the testimonies of real scientists and medical professionals (ie those who are not beholden to the big Pharma and big Device corruption) (or, aka, the retarded boomer obsession with avoiding death).

    “Doomed”. Indeed. And what exactly does the term mean? That every single Boomer will die? That much I can absolutely guarantee. All of you Boomers are going to die!

    My interpretation of the term “doomed” means fucking your progeny. If you are morally willing to fuck your progeny, I condemn you to your doom.

    If you are not willing to do EVERYTHING in your power to protect and defend your progeny, you deserve extinction.
  30. @SafeNow

    in the spotlight during high-stake spending talks,
     
    It is past time in the insane U.S. to pay attention to Ralph Keyes’ book, “Is There Life After High School?” Keyes interviewed hundreds of people, and read every article on the subject of how high school creates a lens through which one views and approaches life, well, forever. What can possibly account for Biden’s switch from moderate to radical, pundits ask. Go no further than this dynamic, which lurked, ready to emerge. Some incident of rejection at the head table in the cafeteria, perhaps. This seat is reserved, Joe, take a walk. This is real. When Keyes hosted a radio program on the topic, the switchboard lit up as it never had before.

    Replies: @stillCARealist, @AnotherDad, @Alec Leamas (hard at work), @Alec Leamas (hard at work), @The Wild Geese Howard

    “Is There Life After High School?”

    “How much you wanna bet I can throw a football over them mountains?”

    NO!

    Next question!

    • Thanks: SafeNow
  31. @Anonymous
    @Loyalty Over IQ Worship

    From How Meyer Lansky Took Over The Cincinnati Ballet By E. Michael Jones:


    “As a result of the 1967 Arab-Israeli war, American Jews shifted their allegiance from Communism to Zionism. The year 1967 also marked the collapse of the Black-Jewish alliance. The Ocean Hill-Brownsville teacher strike combined with Harold Cruse’s book The Crisis of the Negro Intellectual to put an end to a collaboration that stretched back to the Leo Frank case, the founding of the ADL, and the NAACP’s anti-lynching campaign. The Jews now needed a new avant garde for their revolution, and, in the aftermath of the Stonewall Riot in 1969 and the murder of the Black Panthers in Chicago, the homosexual replaced Black militants like Eldridge Cleaver and over the course of the 1970s emerged as the Jews’ new revolutionary avant garde.”

    [“Chapter Seven: The Homosexualization of America”]
     

    Replies: @The Wild Geese Howard

    The year 1967 also marked the collapse of the Black-Jewish alliance.

    Yeah, they totally resuscitated that alliance over five months last summer.

  32. @El Dato
    When you suddenly experience the fatigue of blacks that are treated to endless hair touching

    Completely irrelevant entertainer Rapinoe complains about completely irrelevant intersectional entertainer superminority being disproportionately affected by an interdiction to cheat:

    ‘This is so awful’: US women’s team captain Megan Rapinoe slams bill banning transgender girls from competing as ‘beyond words’

    Earlier this year, the US Women's National Team captain said sport has become "another avenue to attack the rights of trans people", adding that transgender people were being treated unfairly "because of who they are" in an opinion piece in the Washington Post.

    On Monday, Texas Governor Greg Abbott signed the bill into law at public schools, concluding a period which has seen protests from campaigners at the Senate amid a procession of similar initiatives across Republican states in the US.

    Social justice warrior Rapinoe is not impressed. "Oh, Governor Abbott," she sarcastically told the ardent supporter of former US president Donald Trump.

    "Thank you so much for saving our girls' sports, what a hero – said no-one ever. This is so awful. Beyond words."

    Earlier this month, Rapinoe was one of more than 150 athletes who added their names to a court brief filed in the US Court of Appeals, led by the WNBA, the Women's Sports Foundation and the Athlete Ally LGBTQ non-profit group.
     
    I hope she gets bodychecked by a 200 pound muscular trans girl and gets bumped right out of the field.

    Replies: @fish, @Ron Mexico

    I hope she gets bodychecked by a 200 pound muscular trans girl and gets bumped right out of the field.

    Olympic Attention Whoring is an individual competitor sport!

  33. Skipping softball, a traditional dyke sport, or a crucial part of the LGBT community’s festivities. And now the straight (non-LGBT) hair, the feminine outfit, doesn’t take much to put two and two together…looks as if someone is straightening her out.

    By not playing ball, it almost makes it sounds as if Sinema isn’t really a switch hitter.

  34. @Pericles
    @Loyalty Over IQ Worship


    Sinema seems pretty plugged into the gay network as a form of personal advancement. And the gay network looks like it’s one of the most powerful strains in our Establishment.

     

    I now wonder if this 'bisexual' is a straight woman who just wants to ride the LGBT influence train. It kind of looks like the LGBTs are wondering the same thing.

    Replies: @Mr. Anon

    I now wonder if this ‘bisexual’ is a straight woman who just wants to ride the LGBT influence train. It kind of looks like the LGBTs are wondering the same thing.

    Maybe she looked at the career of Elizabeth Warren and thought “Maybe that would work for me too. I just need a little twist on it so it won’t be so obvious.”

  35. @Bardon Kaldian
    I don't think I'd like to be in their company....

    http://www.takepart.com/sites/default/files/bisexuals.jpg

    https://tcpridemag.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/bisexual-organizing-project-Pride-2019.jpg

    Replies: @Dan Hayes, @Ron Mexico

    You made your point (alas, in disgusting technicolor!).

    • LOL: Bardon Kaldian
  36. @Alec Leamas (hard at work)
    @kaganovitch


    I think single sex high schools are an under-appreciated educational advantage. So much of standard HS life revolves around boys preening for girls and v.v that it’s a wonder any study at all goes on.
     
    There's a different culture in a single sex institution. My experience with it was in an all boys environment, so I'm not sure about an all girls institution (I can extrapolate and rely upon representations made by women who went to all girls institutions).

    In my experience, all boys schools seem to have a more "flat" social hierarchy, where you don't get slotted into a social type as much. So what you will often see is that most if not all of the boys with some exceptions tend to get along with each other and eventually regard one another as co-members of a fraternal association. It's helpful to maintaining the day-to-day order in the classroom that you don't have boys acting out to gain the attention of girls. Interactions with girls are either coincidental and outside of classroom time (i.e., taking the trolley or bus to or from school), or in more formalized contexts at mixers and dances. So there is a certain freedom in not having to clumsily "perform" for teen girls for most of the day, and that probably reduces some sources of stress which permits energies to be directed more towards school work and genuine fraternal friendship with the other boys.

    Girls whom I've known who attended all girls schools say that, likewise, they don't have to devote as much attention to attracting boys, and they emphasize that there are of course no boys to dominate classroom discussions and monopolize teacher attention. Therefore, it may create a more female-friendly learning environment that maximizes girls' learning potential (of course you could argue that removing the top competition in the form of boys has a countervailing effect).

    Replies: @nokangaroos

    Seconded all – much better learning; except girls seem to miss out on healthy sexual socialisation sometimes i.e. either nolimetangere or nympho.

  37. @kaganovitch
    @Buzz Mohawk

    Completely OT Buzz but you and/or your wife might find this photo gallery of Transylvanian shepherds interesting. Some really lovely photos.The 'art' shots don't really do it for me but the people shots are simply splendid.

    http://kerekesistvan.com/shepherdlife/

    Replies: @Buzz Mohawk

    Beautiful. Thank you!

  38. @El Dato
    When you suddenly experience the fatigue of blacks that are treated to endless hair touching

    Completely irrelevant entertainer Rapinoe complains about completely irrelevant intersectional entertainer superminority being disproportionately affected by an interdiction to cheat:

    ‘This is so awful’: US women’s team captain Megan Rapinoe slams bill banning transgender girls from competing as ‘beyond words’

    Earlier this year, the US Women's National Team captain said sport has become "another avenue to attack the rights of trans people", adding that transgender people were being treated unfairly "because of who they are" in an opinion piece in the Washington Post.

    On Monday, Texas Governor Greg Abbott signed the bill into law at public schools, concluding a period which has seen protests from campaigners at the Senate amid a procession of similar initiatives across Republican states in the US.

    Social justice warrior Rapinoe is not impressed. "Oh, Governor Abbott," she sarcastically told the ardent supporter of former US president Donald Trump.

    "Thank you so much for saving our girls' sports, what a hero – said no-one ever. This is so awful. Beyond words."

    Earlier this month, Rapinoe was one of more than 150 athletes who added their names to a court brief filed in the US Court of Appeals, led by the WNBA, the Women's Sports Foundation and the Athlete Ally LGBTQ non-profit group.
     
    I hope she gets bodychecked by a 200 pound muscular trans girl and gets bumped right out of the field.

    Replies: @fish, @Ron Mexico

    “as ‘beyond words’”… and yet she has words. plenty of words. too many words. not good words.

  39. @Bardon Kaldian
    I don't think I'd like to be in their company....

    http://www.takepart.com/sites/default/files/bisexuals.jpg

    https://tcpridemag.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/bisexual-organizing-project-Pride-2019.jpg

    Replies: @Dan Hayes, @Ron Mexico

    Aahh, “pride” parades, where 99% of the attendees are in the parade.

  40. @Alec Leamas (hard at work)
    @Buzz Mohawk


    If she really were on both teams, she would at least play hardball sometimes.

    She is on the injured reserve list…
     
    Sounds like a pro.

    Most bi women are just lesbians who don’t want to commit.

    Or they are just normal women who are experimenting. (Some of those are recent escapees from private girls’ schools.)

    One thing is certain: Women are far more likely to be bisexual than men. They may be that way for their own reasons, but they are.

     

    This all makes some sense until you come to the realization that Lesbians simply don't exist.

    Replies: @Buzz Mohawk

    What you posit here is interesting, though I don’t know if it is true. I think there really are homosexual women and men, and I think they are Born This Way.

    • Replies: @Stan d Mute
    @Buzz Mohawk

    What, exactly, is your point there? I know you folks on the east end of Lk Erie are late to the party, but what, exactly, are you going on about?

    That some men are born defective and want their (censored) stuffed full of random (censored)?

    How erudite.

    And why not note the full plethora of human insanity? Why focus on this particular point? Do you believe yourself a woman?

    WTF is your point?

    I remember you going on about some batshit crazy astrological crap a few years ago.


    You boomers never give up.

    Replies: @Buzz Mohawk

  41. @The Wild Geese Howard
    @Stan d Mute


    Keep wearing your face panties boys! Chicks will dig it!
     
    Sadly, I was just at the grocery store where the baizuo shop.

    Saw at least three attractive, straight, white 20-something couples all face-pantied up.

    We are doomed.

    Replies: @Stan d Mute

    We are doomed.

    Many of us. Yes. Count the number who subscribed to experimental gene therapy for a governmentally engineered cold virus. Myriad.

    A few of us had enough healthy skepticism to question why such treatments have never been successful against real diseases like cancer. A few of us applied common sense and heard the testimonies of real scientists and medical professionals (ie those who are not beholden to the big Pharma and big Device corruption) (or, aka, the retarded boomer obsession with avoiding death).

    “Doomed”. Indeed. And what exactly does the term mean? That every single Boomer will die? That much I can absolutely guarantee. All of you Boomers are going to die!

    My interpretation of the term “doomed” means fucking your progeny. If you are morally willing to fuck your progeny, I condemn you to your doom.

    If you are not willing to do EVERYTHING in your power to protect and defend your progeny, you deserve extinction.

  42. @Buzz Mohawk
    @Alec Leamas (hard at work)

    What you posit here is interesting, though I don't know if it is true. I think there really are homosexual women and men, and I think they are Born This Way.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xl0N7JM3wZk

    Replies: @Stan d Mute

    What, exactly, is your point there? I know you folks on the east end of Lk Erie are late to the party, but what, exactly, are you going on about?

    That some men are born defective and want their (censored) stuffed full of random (censored)?

    How erudite.

    And why not note the full plethora of human insanity? Why focus on this particular point? Do you believe yourself a woman?

    WTF is your point?

    I remember you going on about some batshit crazy astrological crap a few years ago.

    You boomers never give up.

    • Replies: @Buzz Mohawk
    @Stan d Mute

    Sorry to bother you, Stan.

    I don't remember "going on about some batshit astrological crap" ever. As an amateur astronomer, I can tell you with confidence that astrology is bullshit, okay?

    My point is that a small percentage of human beings are indeed born homosexual. This has nothing to do with any of the crazy trans shit going on now. The commenter to whom I was replying implied strongly that there are not true lesbians, and I disagreed.

    There really are homosexual people and always have been. God created them, and they have the same inalienable rights as the rest of us. Respect them. They were Born This Way, and most of them are fine people.

    Politics is to blame for this division and confusion.

  43. @Stan d Mute
    @Buzz Mohawk

    What, exactly, is your point there? I know you folks on the east end of Lk Erie are late to the party, but what, exactly, are you going on about?

    That some men are born defective and want their (censored) stuffed full of random (censored)?

    How erudite.

    And why not note the full plethora of human insanity? Why focus on this particular point? Do you believe yourself a woman?

    WTF is your point?

    I remember you going on about some batshit crazy astrological crap a few years ago.


    You boomers never give up.

    Replies: @Buzz Mohawk

    Sorry to bother you, Stan.

    I don’t remember “going on about some batshit astrological crap” ever. As an amateur astronomer, I can tell you with confidence that astrology is bullshit, okay?

    My point is that a small percentage of human beings are indeed born homosexual. This has nothing to do with any of the crazy trans shit going on now. The commenter to whom I was replying implied strongly that there are not true lesbians, and I disagreed.

    There really are homosexual people and always have been. God created them, and they have the same inalienable rights as the rest of us. Respect them. They were Born This Way, and most of them are fine people.

    Politics is to blame for this division and confusion.

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