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Because it doesn’t fit The Narrative, it’s not widely known that the Rolling Stone article about gang rape on broken glass set off a mini-Kristallnacht as a leftist mob smashed the windows of a UVA fraternity house. Fortunately, Mr. Zak of the Washington Post didn’t get his wish and the riot didn’t progress to arson.

 
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  1. It just got worse for Kavanaugh. There’s now a tragic account of a another girl, Polly Perkins, who went to Garrison Forest prep and came to a bad end after being used by Kavanaugh and Mark Judge:

    Polly grew up in Virginia. A horse fanatic since childhood. Went to one of those horsey girls schools—Garrison Forest, I think. Sometime in her senior year she started feeling depressed. Now, partly it was finally becoming disillusioned with horses. But there were some real psychological problems too.

    That summer she got a job in Edgartown and seemed completely recovered, except for a couple of idiosyncrasies—she’d only dress in blue, and she wouldn’t eat hamburgers unless they were completely well done. Any hint of redness and she’d send them back. Out of loyalty to her boyfriend in Virginia, she’d only go on group dates, never individual ones.

    Mark Judge met her when he came to Edgartown for the regatta. Polly was a bit of a masochist, and prone to drink too much. Judge exploited this to get her drunk. When he had gotten her blind drunk one night, he talked her into pulling a train—with him, Brett Kavanaugh, and the other crew member.

    When Polly arrived at Wheaton for her first semester, she was acting very strangely—always wearing the same clothes, never washing, except just putting on more and more makeup and perfume. She’d remain silent for hours and then talk obsessively about Paul McCartney. After two weeks, she was sent to McLean’s for treatment but was able to go home to Virginia for Thanksgiving. The day after Thanksgiving, she went into their stables and killed herself.

    • Replies: @Anon
    @Jenner Ickham Errican

    (((Polly Perkins )))
    (((Cristine Blasey Ford)))
    (((Michael Avenati)))

    What the heck is this , an Elders of Zion convention ??

    Havent seen a Jewish conspiracy this big since Pol Pot !!!!!

    , @TTT
    @Jenner Ickham Errican

    Nice reference!

    Just like Nick was obsessed with Rick Von Sloneker's wickedness, so is the left with regard to Kavanaugh.

    Replies: @David In TN, @Anon

    , @Achmed E. Newman
    @Jenner Ickham Errican

    Edgartown! Now, that word sure brings back some repressed memories on my part. Isn't that where a young man, very much the Kavanaugh frat-boy type, but 100 X richer, swam to shore as a young lady suffocated in his car when it filled up with water? Or, was that a different Edgartown?

    There's some white privilege for ya. Still, I can't prove that the Lion of the Se nate abed actually groped the young lady without her consent. The only thing we know is that Ted Kennedy drunkenly drove off of the bridge and left the girl to die in the car. But, there's no proof that anyone groped anybody, not anything admissible in a court of law or at an autopsy.

    The U-boat Commander came out of that unfortunate incident squeaky clean to live a life of service to his country in the US Senate, if by "service" one means destruction via population replacement.

    Her name was Mary Jo Kopechne.

    Replies: @Buffalo Joe

    , @27 year old
    @Jenner Ickham Errican


    Polly grew up in Virginia. A horse fanatic
     
    Nobody really knows why

    But it is a well known fact among all bros that horse girls have mental issues and are huge sluts
    , @Hippopotamusdrome
    @Jenner Ickham Errican



    Mark Judge met her when he came to Edgartown for the regatta.

     

    I bet she got high scores on her SAT analogies.

    A) drunk girl::regatta
    B) gangbang::oarsmen
    C) stables::suicide
    , @Redman
    @Jenner Ickham Errican

    Great film. And I just thought if that scene last night. Similarity to Swetnick’s fantasy is uncanny.

    And the fact that Chris Eigeman’s character intentionally lied to out the bad girl from the group is ironic as well. The current drip, drip of more absurd claims is intended to make Trump and Kavanaugh fold.

    , @Forbes
    @Jenner Ickham Errican

    Testimony form the grave...yeah, I can see how that works for some... Paul McCartney is in real trouble.

    , @Dignan
    @Jenner Ickham Errican

    Polly Perkins is a composite...like New York Magazine does.

  2. Anon[108] • Disclaimer says:

    Fortunately what transpires daily on Twitter is not representative of real life . I live and work in a big diverse metro area and have never seen SJW shit or any of the Twitter nonsense happen or even get talked about in real life. Its a trap . its not reality. Get off all social media and completely ignore it. You will be glad you did.

    • Replies: @Lurker
    @Anon

    True. But the MSM uses Twitter above all other aspects of the interwebs to support it's narrative.

    MSM pushes story. Twitter bedwetters magnify and retweet. Then the MSM go to Twitter to report what the internet 'thinks'. And unfortunately the media still influences real life. Which means we should all do our part to confront the Twitter bottom feeders.

    , @jackson
    @Anon

    No SJWs in real life? What about a court system that is so deeply deranged that it orders a 6-time convicted felon and 6-time deportee RELEASED from ICE custody, only to see him beat random strangers over the head to death with a baseball bat?

    http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-ln-ramon-escobar-homeless-murders-20180925-story.html

  3. “Trope”? These people are sociopath con artists from a family sit-com.

  4. The “gang rape” accuser had a restraining order taken against her by an ex boyfriend who claimed she stalked him.

    https://www.politico.com/story/2018/09/26/ex-boyfriend-filed-restraining-order-against-kavanaugh-accuser-845348

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    @Lot

    Very nice, at the end we get this detail:


    Avenatti previously said he had vetted the client and in a sworn statement, she said she still held government clearances.
     
    But we know from recent deep state ructions that the lobbyist revolving door was retaining clearances to be able to charge more money in "civilian" life, and, with the same carelessness, probably being too generous in handing them out.
    The stalking after a four-year relationship seems reasonable because she surely thought "this was the one," and she would not have to return to the teen rape train party circuit.

    Replies: @The Wild Geese Howard

    , @ThirdWorldSteveReader
    @Lot

    Lol, she's another nutcase, as if this case didn't already have enough of them.

    It's fascinating, though. Why do they do it (apart from being immoral nutcases)?

    (1) sheer hatred for the adversary?
    (2) a pathological need for attention?
    (3) a guilty conscience over their misdeeds (it's amazing how often these loud Leftists turn out to be shitty people)?
    (4) a way to divert attention from their own misdeeds?
    (5) the voices in their heads tell them to do it?

    Replies: @Alec Leamas

  5. Lol drag him Steve. He’s throwing out non sequiturs to appear like some sort of big brain when he’s got no idea how to respond.

    • Replies: @Rosie
    @Jack Hanson


    institutionalized abuse of women
     
    How nice of (((Dan Zak))) to take up for women. I'm sure his motives are pure as the driven snow.
  6. Anonymous[276] • Disclaimer says:

    “Mark Judge’s ex: I’ll speak to FBI or Senate about Kavanaugh accusations”

    https://nypost.com/2018/09/26/mark-judges-ex-ill-speak-to-fbi-or-senate-about-kavanaugh-accusations/

    An ex-girlfriend of Mark Judge — the former high school classmate of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh who has been accused of watching Kavanaugh sexually assault a teen girl in the 1980s — said Wednesday that she’s willing to talk to the FBI and Senate Judiciary Committee about what she knows, according to a new report.

    A lawyer for Elizabeth Rasor, who dated Judge for three years in college, sent a letter to the committee saying her client would “welcome the opportunity” to speak about claims she’d previously made to the New Yorker, according to the Washington Post.

    Rasor has said Judge once told her about an occasion when he and other boys took turns having sex with a drunken woman when he was in high school.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @Anonymous

    But perhap Mark Judge's ex's ex could be found to dish some dirt on her!

    This could go on all year.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Anonymous

    , @Alden
    @Anonymous

    That’s hearsay, formerly inadmissible as evidence. But conclusive evidence from this day forth

  7. @Jenner Ickham Errican
    It just got worse for Kavanaugh. There’s now a tragic account of a another girl, Polly Perkins, who went to Garrison Forest prep and came to a bad end after being used by Kavanaugh and Mark Judge:

    Polly grew up in Virginia. A horse fanatic since childhood. Went to one of those horsey girls schools—Garrison Forest, I think. Sometime in her senior year she started feeling depressed. Now, partly it was finally becoming disillusioned with horses. But there were some real psychological problems too.

    That summer she got a job in Edgartown and seemed completely recovered, except for a couple of idiosyncrasies—she'd only dress in blue, and she wouldn't eat hamburgers unless they were completely well done. Any hint of redness and she'd send them back. Out of loyalty to her boyfriend in Virginia, she'd only go on group dates, never individual ones.

    Mark Judge met her when he came to Edgartown for the regatta. Polly was a bit of a masochist, and prone to drink too much. Judge exploited this to get her drunk. When he had gotten her blind drunk one night, he talked her into pulling a train—with him, Brett Kavanaugh, and the other crew member.

    When Polly arrived at Wheaton for her first semester, she was acting very strangely—always wearing the same clothes, never washing, except just putting on more and more makeup and perfume. She'd remain silent for hours and then talk obsessively about Paul McCartney. After two weeks, she was sent to McLean's for treatment but was able to go home to Virginia for Thanksgiving. The day after Thanksgiving, she went into their stables and killed herself.
     

    Replies: @Anon, @TTT, @Achmed E. Newman, @27 year old, @Hippopotamusdrome, @Redman, @Forbes, @Dignan

    (((Polly Perkins )))
    (((Cristine Blasey Ford)))
    (((Michael Avenati)))

    What the heck is this , an Elders of Zion convention ??

    Havent seen a Jewish conspiracy this big since Pol Pot !!!!!

  8. @Lot
    The "gang rape" accuser had a restraining order taken against her by an ex boyfriend who claimed she stalked him.

    https://www.politico.com/story/2018/09/26/ex-boyfriend-filed-restraining-order-against-kavanaugh-accuser-845348

    Replies: @J.Ross, @ThirdWorldSteveReader

    Very nice, at the end we get this detail:

    Avenatti previously said he had vetted the client and in a sworn statement, she said she still held government clearances.

    But we know from recent deep state ructions that the lobbyist revolving door was retaining clearances to be able to charge more money in “civilian” life, and, with the same carelessness, probably being too generous in handing them out.
    The stalking after a four-year relationship seems reasonable because she surely thought “this was the one,” and she would not have to return to the teen rape train party circuit.

    • Replies: @The Wild Geese Howard
    @J.Ross

    Yeah...in non-Clown World having actual restraining orders filed against you for stalking are exactly the kind of adverse behavior that leads to revocation of your security clearance(s).

    I know, I've sat through the training presentations for years.

  9. Anonymous[276] • Disclaimer says:

    http://leiterreports.typepad.com/blog/2018/09/fords-testimony-about-the-kavanaugh-assault.html

    Ford’s testimony about the Kavanaugh assault

    It’s very good (she obviously had help from the lawyers in crafting it, but that’s par for the course); if she delivers it effectively it will sink the rich Catholic boy for good. God Bless her!

    https://assets.documentcloud.org/documents/4945864/Ford-Testimony-2018-09-26.pdf

    • Replies: @Lot
    @Anonymous

    Brian Leiter was accused of sending poop by mail to a woman he had some spat with. It was anonymous poop but lots of circumstantial evidence pointed at him.

    Replies: @Alec Leamas, @ChrisM

    , @candid_observer
    @Anonymous

    This cretin Leiter doesn't seem to understand the concept of cross-examination.

  10. You can block it as you will but that is the theme song of your fans . Test it Negro .

    • Replies: @donut
    @donut

    You know it's true even if your most faithful commenters would deny it .

  11. Actually, I believe there was one UVA fraternity that behaved so, uh, extravagantly, that the government seized possession of the fraternity house under its powers of seizing property being used to commit crimes. Back during Doug Wilder’s governorship, one of UVA’s Jewish fraternities got repo’d, I believe by the state government, because there was so much drug selling going on in it. In New York City at roughly the same time, Ed Koch was using the seizure powers to take possession of daddy’s Mercedes when a rich Jersey kid went out to buy drugs in Manhattan around the George Washington bridge.

    • LOL: Rosie
  12. The anger at being called out is predictable and understandable, IMO.

    What’s fascinating is they never answering how could they be fooled so easily by that shameless liar, and why should we keep trusting their opinions after that.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    @ThirdWorldSteveReader

    That's exactly what he does in the fourteen other somethings he petulantly links like anybody is going to read through all of them. This is a regular behavior and they say the same thing every time. The seriousness and reality of the Big Issue (rape, graffitti, haShoah, Iraqi nukes, magic pollution that matters in the first world but not in the developing world, tobacco, etc) not only overtakes but completely excuses any exuberances a crusader might have allowed along the way. The important thing is, we've gotta get these Nazis, am I right, unthinking crowd? Yeaaah!

  13. Anon[425] • Disclaimer says: • Website

    What’s with all these Jews wanting to burn down fraternities?

    It sounds like all the smashing of Christian churches in Bolshevik Russia.

    Burning down the House!

    Well, I say let them do it and show their real face.

    PS. After the truth came out, maybe people should have burned down Rolling Stone.

    • Agree: Mr. Rational
    • Replies: @F0337
    @Anon


    What’s with all these Jews wanting to burn down fraternities?
     
    They can't figure out how to burn down golf courses.

    Replies: @Anon, @Flip

  14. The way she talks when she’s spoken to .

  15. @Anonymous
    "Mark Judge’s ex: I’ll speak to FBI or Senate about Kavanaugh accusations"

    https://nypost.com/2018/09/26/mark-judges-ex-ill-speak-to-fbi-or-senate-about-kavanaugh-accusations/

    An ex-girlfriend of Mark Judge — the former high school classmate of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh who has been accused of watching Kavanaugh sexually assault a teen girl in the 1980s — said Wednesday that she’s willing to talk to the FBI and Senate Judiciary Committee about what she knows, according to a new report.

    A lawyer for Elizabeth Rasor, who dated Judge for three years in college, sent a letter to the committee saying her client would “welcome the opportunity” to speak about claims she’d previously made to the New Yorker, according to the Washington Post.

    Rasor has said Judge once told her about an occasion when he and other boys took turns having sex with a drunken woman when he was in high school.
     

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Alden

    But perhap Mark Judge’s ex’s ex could be found to dish some dirt on her!

    This could go on all year.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Steve Sailer

    Right, it's all very absurd.

    , @Anonymous
    @Steve Sailer

    Apparently Collins now wants to subpoena Judge. Judge is a recovering alcoholic who took 7 years to graduate college. Not sure how he's going to handle the pressure.

    https://twitter.com/Amy_Siskind/status/1045106346155298822

    Replies: @Truth-hammer

  16. Trope alert!

    Probably a virulent trope.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @Patrick in SC

    Is it time for a tropopause?

    http://www.peakstupidity.com/images/tropopause.jpg

  17. Jeez, Steve. Reminding people who still have jobs in the media about the time they called for vigilante arson is so tired.

    Who among us hasn’t used our national audience to call for threatening the lives of thousands of innocent people because of ridiculous propaganda pieces in old-timey music magazines?

    It’s all so tired.

    • Agree: Peter Johnson
  18. “To cling to conspiracy, partisanship”

    Someone get soy boy a fainting couch.

  19. @Steve Sailer
    @Anonymous

    But perhap Mark Judge's ex's ex could be found to dish some dirt on her!

    This could go on all year.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Anonymous

    Right, it’s all very absurd.

  20. • Replies: @F0337
    @eah

    Fire? Is that all? How soon we forget.

    http://dailyhaymaker.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/Duke-Lacrosse-Protest-Castrate-FIRE-Video-e1413496418417-620x434.png

    https://thegrio.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/04/duke-rape-case-five-years-later.jpg

    Not coincidentally, Google is making these images harder and harder to locate.

    , @Nigerian Nationalist
    @eah

    If I ever got a time machine, I wouldn't waste it on Hitler--Foucault is the real threat.

    Replies: @Sergeant Prepper

  21. Follow-up: Swetnick clearances. She had some time at a community college but has these clearances at these agencies?

  22. One of us should write a bunch of major media outlets a letter about how Brett kavanaugh assaulted their wife, daughter, sister etc or if you are a woman write it yourself.

    See if the media publishes. Let it run for a few hours. Then admit you made the whole thing up.

    This is what you need to do if you want kavanaugh confirmed.

    • Replies: @Little spoon
    @Little spoon

    I’m kidding. Don’t do that. Don’t be a liar.

    , @Alden
    @Little spoon

    He flew 3,000 miles across the country and raped me. I think. At least it was a White guy with brown hair.

  23. @Jenner Ickham Errican
    It just got worse for Kavanaugh. There’s now a tragic account of a another girl, Polly Perkins, who went to Garrison Forest prep and came to a bad end after being used by Kavanaugh and Mark Judge:

    Polly grew up in Virginia. A horse fanatic since childhood. Went to one of those horsey girls schools—Garrison Forest, I think. Sometime in her senior year she started feeling depressed. Now, partly it was finally becoming disillusioned with horses. But there were some real psychological problems too.

    That summer she got a job in Edgartown and seemed completely recovered, except for a couple of idiosyncrasies—she'd only dress in blue, and she wouldn't eat hamburgers unless they were completely well done. Any hint of redness and she'd send them back. Out of loyalty to her boyfriend in Virginia, she'd only go on group dates, never individual ones.

    Mark Judge met her when he came to Edgartown for the regatta. Polly was a bit of a masochist, and prone to drink too much. Judge exploited this to get her drunk. When he had gotten her blind drunk one night, he talked her into pulling a train—with him, Brett Kavanaugh, and the other crew member.

    When Polly arrived at Wheaton for her first semester, she was acting very strangely—always wearing the same clothes, never washing, except just putting on more and more makeup and perfume. She'd remain silent for hours and then talk obsessively about Paul McCartney. After two weeks, she was sent to McLean's for treatment but was able to go home to Virginia for Thanksgiving. The day after Thanksgiving, she went into their stables and killed herself.
     

    Replies: @Anon, @TTT, @Achmed E. Newman, @27 year old, @Hippopotamusdrome, @Redman, @Forbes, @Dignan

    Nice reference!

    Just like Nick was obsessed with Rick Von Sloneker’s wickedness, so is the left with regard to Kavanaugh.

    • Replies: @David In TN
    @TTT

    I remember the Von Sloneker character and the Polly Perkins story from the film, "Metropolitan."

    , @Anon
    @TTT

    One difference. Nick was essentially right about Von Sloneker's lack of character, and Nick was honest enough to admit to his own failings. He was that odd cynic with real scruples deep down inside.

    These feminist types are totally insane.

    Replies: @TTT

  24. @Jack Hanson
    Lol drag him Steve. He's throwing out non sequiturs to appear like some sort of big brain when he's got no idea how to respond.

    Replies: @Rosie

    institutionalized abuse of women

    How nice of (((Dan Zak))) to take up for women. I’m sure his motives are pure as the driven snow.

  25. @ThirdWorldSteveReader
    The anger at being called out is predictable and understandable, IMO.

    What's fascinating is they never answering how could they be fooled so easily by that shameless liar, and why should we keep trusting their opinions after that.

    Replies: @J.Ross

    That’s exactly what he does in the fourteen other somethings he petulantly links like anybody is going to read through all of them. This is a regular behavior and they say the same thing every time. The seriousness and reality of the Big Issue (rape, graffitti, haShoah, Iraqi nukes, magic pollution that matters in the first world but not in the developing world, tobacco, etc) not only overtakes but completely excuses any exuberances a crusader might have allowed along the way. The important thing is, we’ve gotta get these Nazis, am I right, unthinking crowd? Yeaaah!

  26. @Anonymous
    http://leiterreports.typepad.com/blog/2018/09/fords-testimony-about-the-kavanaugh-assault.html

    Ford's testimony about the Kavanaugh assault

    It's very good (she obviously had help from the lawyers in crafting it, but that's par for the course); if she delivers it effectively it will sink the rich Catholic boy for good. God Bless her!
     
    https://assets.documentcloud.org/documents/4945864/Ford-Testimony-2018-09-26.pdf

    Replies: @Lot, @candid_observer

    Brian Leiter was accused of sending poop by mail to a woman he had some spat with. It was anonymous poop but lots of circumstantial evidence pointed at him.

    • Replies: @Alec Leamas
    @Lot


    Brian Leiter was accused of sending poop by mail to a woman he had some spat with. It was anonymous poop but lots of circumstantial evidence pointed at him.
     
    I hear with modern forensics they can tell to within a quarter mile where the corn was grown.
    , @ChrisM
    @Lot

    I was called for jury duty in Ventura County for a murder case which involved poop.

    https://www.vcstar.com/story/news/courts/2017/01/26/trial-begins-1997-killing-ventura-teen/97097364/

    The accused had been interrupted during a home burglary over 20 years ago. Before the interruption, he had taken a crap in the closet laundry hamper (yes I know that is weird).

    The homeowner then came home with her teenage son and, during the burglar's escape, he stabbed the son in the neck, and said son subsequently died.

    At the time, DNA forensics was insufficiently developed to extract DNA from poop. Now the technology is there. The accused was identified 20 years after the crime due to him being incarcerated for another burglary. Part of the evidence against him, besides the DNA from the poop, was a google search he made inquiring whether or not DNA can be extracted from poop.

    He was found guilty (I was dismissed during voire dire).

    Replies: @CJ

  27. @Steve Sailer
    @Anonymous

    But perhap Mark Judge's ex's ex could be found to dish some dirt on her!

    This could go on all year.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Anonymous

    Apparently Collins now wants to subpoena Judge. Judge is a recovering alcoholic who took 7 years to graduate college. Not sure how he’s going to handle the pressure.

    • Replies: @Truth-hammer
    @Anonymous

    Bluto spent seven years in college. Everyone loves Bluto.

  28. Broken glass tables, men taking advantage; like I said…about the UVA case, back in the day: all I could think of was Sean Young. What happened to her, btw? – not that I am encouraging tangents 🙂 – Jack Hanson will kill me before anyone else!, hahaa

    It must be fun to totally enjoy schadenfreude, Steve; you go boy! Sometimes, shaming people is fun!

  29. @J.Ross
    @Lot

    Very nice, at the end we get this detail:


    Avenatti previously said he had vetted the client and in a sworn statement, she said she still held government clearances.
     
    But we know from recent deep state ructions that the lobbyist revolving door was retaining clearances to be able to charge more money in "civilian" life, and, with the same carelessness, probably being too generous in handing them out.
    The stalking after a four-year relationship seems reasonable because she surely thought "this was the one," and she would not have to return to the teen rape train party circuit.

    Replies: @The Wild Geese Howard

    Yeah…in non-Clown World having actual restraining orders filed against you for stalking are exactly the kind of adverse behavior that leads to revocation of your security clearance(s).

    I know, I’ve sat through the training presentations for years.

  30. I think it’s rich, really rich how the sudden acceleration of the accuser-clown-bus is making DJT today seem to have actual gravitas by comparison. It’s tropetastic

    • Agree: International Jew
  31. @donut
    You can block it as you will but that is the theme song of your fans . Test it Negro .

    Replies: @donut

    You know it’s true even if your most faithful commenters would deny it .

  32. @Little spoon
    One of us should write a bunch of major media outlets a letter about how Brett kavanaugh assaulted their wife, daughter, sister etc or if you are a woman write it yourself.

    See if the media publishes. Let it run for a few hours. Then admit you made the whole thing up.

    This is what you need to do if you want kavanaugh confirmed.

    Replies: @Little spoon, @Alden

    I’m kidding. Don’t do that. Don’t be a liar.

  33. @Anonymous
    http://leiterreports.typepad.com/blog/2018/09/fords-testimony-about-the-kavanaugh-assault.html

    Ford's testimony about the Kavanaugh assault

    It's very good (she obviously had help from the lawyers in crafting it, but that's par for the course); if she delivers it effectively it will sink the rich Catholic boy for good. God Bless her!
     
    https://assets.documentcloud.org/documents/4945864/Ford-Testimony-2018-09-26.pdf

    Replies: @Lot, @candid_observer

    This cretin Leiter doesn’t seem to understand the concept of cross-examination.

  34. @Anon
    Fortunately what transpires daily on Twitter is not representative of real life . I live and work in a big diverse metro area and have never seen SJW shit or any of the Twitter nonsense happen or even get talked about in real life. Its a trap . its not reality. Get off all social media and completely ignore it. You will be glad you did.

    Replies: @Lurker, @jackson

    True. But the MSM uses Twitter above all other aspects of the interwebs to support it’s narrative.

    MSM pushes story. Twitter bedwetters magnify and retweet. Then the MSM go to Twitter to report what the internet ‘thinks’. And unfortunately the media still influences real life. Which means we should all do our part to confront the Twitter bottom feeders.

  35. @Lot
    @Anonymous

    Brian Leiter was accused of sending poop by mail to a woman he had some spat with. It was anonymous poop but lots of circumstantial evidence pointed at him.

    Replies: @Alec Leamas, @ChrisM

    Brian Leiter was accused of sending poop by mail to a woman he had some spat with. It was anonymous poop but lots of circumstantial evidence pointed at him.

    I hear with modern forensics they can tell to within a quarter mile where the corn was grown.

  36. For the most part I am avoiding most of the “news” reports about this cockamamie story. While I believe there is a possibility that one or more of the accusers is telling the truth, it is more likely a torpedo launched by a desperate Democratic Party to sabotage what looked like the inevitable appointment of Judge Kavanaugh to the SCOTUS.

    What’s really bums me out is that this obvious politically motivated, Stalinesque hit job may succeed not just in derailing the nomination (which I really don’t care about) but also obliterating the legal and biblical prohibitions about bearing false witness. The #MeToo harpies may just have killed due process and innocent until proved guilty.

    • Agree: Steve in Greensboro
    • Replies: @Kylie
    @Enemy of Earth

    "What’s really bums me out is that this obvious politically motivated, Stalinesque hit job may succeed not just in derailing the nomination (which I really don’t care about) but also obliterating the legal and biblical prohibitions about bearing false witness."

    Exactly. Even if these females fail this time, others on the left will be emboldened by how nearly they succeeded to try the same stunt again.

    "The #MeToo harpies may just have killed due process and innocent until proved guilty."

    Yes and replaced them with "Guilty because I said so". The personal is not only political, it's well on the way to becoming judicial, too.

    , @Steve in Greensboro
    @Enemy of Earth

    I'm waiting for the vote. I've already written my RINO Senators imploring them to confirm Kavanaugh, but they seem to be already committed.

    For what little it is worth, I've written McConnell demanding that any Republican Senators who vote against Kavanaugh's confirmation be punished in whatever way he has to hand, including revocation of committee memberships, loss of seniority, etc.

    Of course that won't matter to such gems as Bob "Barney Fife" Corker and Jeff "Eponymy" Flake.

  37. @Lot
    The "gang rape" accuser had a restraining order taken against her by an ex boyfriend who claimed she stalked him.

    https://www.politico.com/story/2018/09/26/ex-boyfriend-filed-restraining-order-against-kavanaugh-accuser-845348

    Replies: @J.Ross, @ThirdWorldSteveReader

    Lol, she’s another nutcase, as if this case didn’t already have enough of them.

    It’s fascinating, though. Why do they do it (apart from being immoral nutcases)?

    (1) sheer hatred for the adversary?
    (2) a pathological need for attention?
    (3) a guilty conscience over their misdeeds (it’s amazing how often these loud Leftists turn out to be shitty people)?
    (4) a way to divert attention from their own misdeeds?
    (5) the voices in their heads tell them to do it?

    • Replies: @Alec Leamas
    @ThirdWorldSteveReader

    The proportion of American women with either Bipolar Disorder or Borderline Personality Disorder would shock you.

    Then think about the sort of politics that would attract them.

    Finally, present them with an avenue to the attention they crave.

    Replies: @Lagertha

  38. @ThirdWorldSteveReader
    @Lot

    Lol, she's another nutcase, as if this case didn't already have enough of them.

    It's fascinating, though. Why do they do it (apart from being immoral nutcases)?

    (1) sheer hatred for the adversary?
    (2) a pathological need for attention?
    (3) a guilty conscience over their misdeeds (it's amazing how often these loud Leftists turn out to be shitty people)?
    (4) a way to divert attention from their own misdeeds?
    (5) the voices in their heads tell them to do it?

    Replies: @Alec Leamas

    The proportion of American women with either Bipolar Disorder or Borderline Personality Disorder would shock you.

    Then think about the sort of politics that would attract them.

    Finally, present them with an avenue to the attention they crave.

    • Replies: @Lagertha
    @Alec Leamas

    I have lived through 3 relationships with female friends (over 30 year course) who all had: Histrionic Personality Disorder. It is very hard to not be drawn-in to their charisma (one of their traits), and, it is very hard to "quit them." These type of women are very empathetic in the beginning. Then they change, and start making small digs until they cut you to pieces...or sue you over something... yeah, really.

    These 3 women were "bunny boilers," who envied my life and didn't think I deserved it. That is the hardest to digest: they hate everybody.

    The last "bunny burner," was a bridge too far for my husband, and, our mutual, closest friend said to me: "I forbid you to let her back in to your life."

    I have warned my sons to watch out for the 20-30 signs of women who have personality disorders.

    Replies: @F0337, @BenKenobi, @The Wild Geese Howard

  39. @Jenner Ickham Errican
    It just got worse for Kavanaugh. There’s now a tragic account of a another girl, Polly Perkins, who went to Garrison Forest prep and came to a bad end after being used by Kavanaugh and Mark Judge:

    Polly grew up in Virginia. A horse fanatic since childhood. Went to one of those horsey girls schools—Garrison Forest, I think. Sometime in her senior year she started feeling depressed. Now, partly it was finally becoming disillusioned with horses. But there were some real psychological problems too.

    That summer she got a job in Edgartown and seemed completely recovered, except for a couple of idiosyncrasies—she'd only dress in blue, and she wouldn't eat hamburgers unless they were completely well done. Any hint of redness and she'd send them back. Out of loyalty to her boyfriend in Virginia, she'd only go on group dates, never individual ones.

    Mark Judge met her when he came to Edgartown for the regatta. Polly was a bit of a masochist, and prone to drink too much. Judge exploited this to get her drunk. When he had gotten her blind drunk one night, he talked her into pulling a train—with him, Brett Kavanaugh, and the other crew member.

    When Polly arrived at Wheaton for her first semester, she was acting very strangely—always wearing the same clothes, never washing, except just putting on more and more makeup and perfume. She'd remain silent for hours and then talk obsessively about Paul McCartney. After two weeks, she was sent to McLean's for treatment but was able to go home to Virginia for Thanksgiving. The day after Thanksgiving, she went into their stables and killed herself.
     

    Replies: @Anon, @TTT, @Achmed E. Newman, @27 year old, @Hippopotamusdrome, @Redman, @Forbes, @Dignan

    Edgartown! Now, that word sure brings back some repressed memories on my part. Isn’t that where a young man, very much the Kavanaugh frat-boy type, but 100 X richer, swam to shore as a young lady suffocated in his car when it filled up with water? Or, was that a different Edgartown?

    There’s some white privilege for ya. Still, I can’t prove that the Lion of the Se nate abed actually groped the young lady without her consent. The only thing we know is that Ted Kennedy drunkenly drove off of the bridge and left the girl to die in the car. But, there’s no proof that anyone groped anybody, not anything admissible in a court of law or at an autopsy.

    The U-boat Commander came out of that unfortunate incident squeaky clean to live a life of service to his country in the US Senate, if by “service” one means destruction via population replacement.

    Her name was Mary Jo Kopechne.

    • Replies: @Buffalo Joe
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Achmed, I said this before, but with sincere condolences to Mary Jo's family, the car sunk too slowly.

  40. If the Senate dithers longer, the President needs to withdraw the nomination, replacing Kavanaugh immediately with a Calhoun or Jackson conservative, patriarch, and look-alike. In explanation, the President should say:

    “My previous nominee is apparently a Momma’s boy who doesn’t have the character to perform successfully as a Justice in the current Court. This nominee does. See you in January.”

    • Replies: @Steve in Greensboro
    @Neil Templeton

    No withdrawals either by Trump or Kavanaugh. Make the Senate vote on this.

    Then let's have a full investigation and clear Kavanaugh and prove the no-votes to be either co-conspirators in the fraud as is the entire Dem Senatorial contingent or foolish dupes of the fraud as the RINOs who vote against him, if any.

    I agree with you that Trump's next nominee should certainly be as repellent to the left as possible consistent with Constitutional faithfulness.

    My only concern about a patriarch is his age. We need somebody young to be around to rustle the left's jimmies for a generation or two.

    How about Ann Coulter? Or Stephen Miller?

    I'm sure there is somebody more repellent to the left, but nobody occurs to me right now.

    And the hearing process needs to be revamped substantially. The Kavanaugh process was an abortion. My suggestion is to do away with the hearings entirely and just have a vote.

  41. @Alec Leamas
    @ThirdWorldSteveReader

    The proportion of American women with either Bipolar Disorder or Borderline Personality Disorder would shock you.

    Then think about the sort of politics that would attract them.

    Finally, present them with an avenue to the attention they crave.

    Replies: @Lagertha

    I have lived through 3 relationships with female friends (over 30 year course) who all had: Histrionic Personality Disorder. It is very hard to not be drawn-in to their charisma (one of their traits), and, it is very hard to “quit them.” These type of women are very empathetic in the beginning. Then they change, and start making small digs until they cut you to pieces…or sue you over something… yeah, really.

    These 3 women were “bunny boilers,” who envied my life and didn’t think I deserved it. That is the hardest to digest: they hate everybody.

    The last “bunny burner,” was a bridge too far for my husband, and, our mutual, closest friend said to me: “I forbid you to let her back in to your life.”

    I have warned my sons to watch out for the 20-30 signs of women who have personality disorders.

    • Replies: @F0337
    @Lagertha

    The funny thing (or do I mean the scary thing?) is that with each new 'Jackie Coakley' story we are supposed to forget all the ones which came before, and probably pre-forget the next one too, to be on the safe side.

    Replies: @Lagertha

    , @BenKenobi
    @Lagertha


    the 20-30 signs of women who have personality disorders.
     
    I am interested in this list.

    Replies: @Lagertha, @International Jew

    , @The Wild Geese Howard
    @Lagertha

    Lagertha-

    I hear you.

    I watched my ex pursue a false rape claim all the way through trial.

    When I finally found the guts to leave the relationship she tried to trap me with a false theft charge, ultimately proving my reasons for leaving.

    Thank God she didn't try a false DV claim...my career would have been over.

    This was about 12 years ago, I was way ahead of curve on this stuff.

    As others have said, facts and logic are totally irrelevant to these people. How they feel in the moment is all that matters.

  42. The proportion of American women with either Bipolar Disorder or Borderline Personality Disorder would shock you.

    This can’t be said too many times

    • Replies: @Brutusale
    @27 year old

    The REAL one in four story...

    https://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/11/16/women-and-prescription-drug-use_n_1098023.html

    , @Forbes
    @27 year old

    Most single women (over 30 y/o) I know, if you get to know them reasonably well, you discover they take anti-depressants or anti-anxiety drugs. Without a man in their life, they have nowhere to transfer their chaos--no one to bring stability to their life.

    Replies: @Desiderius, @dfordoom

  43. @Lagertha
    @Alec Leamas

    I have lived through 3 relationships with female friends (over 30 year course) who all had: Histrionic Personality Disorder. It is very hard to not be drawn-in to their charisma (one of their traits), and, it is very hard to "quit them." These type of women are very empathetic in the beginning. Then they change, and start making small digs until they cut you to pieces...or sue you over something... yeah, really.

    These 3 women were "bunny boilers," who envied my life and didn't think I deserved it. That is the hardest to digest: they hate everybody.

    The last "bunny burner," was a bridge too far for my husband, and, our mutual, closest friend said to me: "I forbid you to let her back in to your life."

    I have warned my sons to watch out for the 20-30 signs of women who have personality disorders.

    Replies: @F0337, @BenKenobi, @The Wild Geese Howard

    The funny thing (or do I mean the scary thing?) is that with each new ‘Jackie Coakley’ story we are supposed to forget all the ones which came before, and probably pre-forget the next one too, to be on the safe side.

    • Agree: Mr. Rational
    • Replies: @Lagertha
    @F0337

    Remember all of them. If you have never read Anna Karenina, make this your book to read this autumn. It will expose everything to know about women - spoiler: Anna is the hero, tragic or not.

  44. Oh no. Not the “tired old useless trope” trope.

  45. @Achmed E. Newman
    @Jenner Ickham Errican

    Edgartown! Now, that word sure brings back some repressed memories on my part. Isn't that where a young man, very much the Kavanaugh frat-boy type, but 100 X richer, swam to shore as a young lady suffocated in his car when it filled up with water? Or, was that a different Edgartown?

    There's some white privilege for ya. Still, I can't prove that the Lion of the Se nate abed actually groped the young lady without her consent. The only thing we know is that Ted Kennedy drunkenly drove off of the bridge and left the girl to die in the car. But, there's no proof that anyone groped anybody, not anything admissible in a court of law or at an autopsy.

    The U-boat Commander came out of that unfortunate incident squeaky clean to live a life of service to his country in the US Senate, if by "service" one means destruction via population replacement.

    Her name was Mary Jo Kopechne.

    Replies: @Buffalo Joe

    Achmed, I said this before, but with sincere condolences to Mary Jo’s family, the car sunk too slowly.

  46. @Lagertha
    @Alec Leamas

    I have lived through 3 relationships with female friends (over 30 year course) who all had: Histrionic Personality Disorder. It is very hard to not be drawn-in to their charisma (one of their traits), and, it is very hard to "quit them." These type of women are very empathetic in the beginning. Then they change, and start making small digs until they cut you to pieces...or sue you over something... yeah, really.

    These 3 women were "bunny boilers," who envied my life and didn't think I deserved it. That is the hardest to digest: they hate everybody.

    The last "bunny burner," was a bridge too far for my husband, and, our mutual, closest friend said to me: "I forbid you to let her back in to your life."

    I have warned my sons to watch out for the 20-30 signs of women who have personality disorders.

    Replies: @F0337, @BenKenobi, @The Wild Geese Howard

    the 20-30 signs of women who have personality disorders.

    I am interested in this list.

    • Replies: @Lagertha
    @BenKenobi

    Start with Hare's Checklist. Dr. Hare interviewed serial killers for over 20+ years in Canada to come up with the 20 Checklist. As far as Histrionic Personality disorder, they are not as disposed to killing and destroying as they are to wrecking for the thrill of it all. These people are more prevalent in society because they do not cross the line into police/ "arrested." These people are much more manipulative (women are even more prevalent than men, at least in EU), and try to find the weaknesses of their host. The scary part is: this is 2% of society, all over the world. I have come across 4 psychos in my life, and, I thank god that I had learned to recognize psychos since I was 16.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

    , @International Jew
    @BenKenobi

    me too

  47. Lib writers, when wrong, never say mea culpa. Do you know why? Because in their minds they are never wrong.

    • Replies: @Jack D
    @Buffalo Joe

    Because in their mind, their intentions are good - they are fighting for justice and against inequality and against rape, etc. As long as you act with a pure heart and with good intentions in order to bring about a better world where evil no longer reigns, nothing you do can be wrong, even if it causes the death of millions. All of those who were inciting arson and cheering for Erdely MEANT WELL, so you must forgive them, just as we must forgive all those American Communists who backed Stalin.

    Steve, OTOH, while he unfortunately happened to be right in just this one instance, does not mean well so he deserves and will get no credit for it from any "liberal".

    Replies: @27 year old, @Buffalo Joe

  48. @Anon
    Fortunately what transpires daily on Twitter is not representative of real life . I live and work in a big diverse metro area and have never seen SJW shit or any of the Twitter nonsense happen or even get talked about in real life. Its a trap . its not reality. Get off all social media and completely ignore it. You will be glad you did.

    Replies: @Lurker, @jackson

    No SJWs in real life? What about a court system that is so deeply deranged that it orders a 6-time convicted felon and 6-time deportee RELEASED from ICE custody, only to see him beat random strangers over the head to death with a baseball bat?

    http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-ln-ramon-escobar-homeless-murders-20180925-story.html

    • Agree: Mr. Rational
  49. Hey Steve when I hear this song I can’t help but imagining you singing it to Serena :

    Try this :

    • Replies: @PiltdownMan
    @donut

    Totally different cover from the Sixties by Chad and Jeremy—I remember a sibling bringing home the album from college. These guys were sort of the Simon and Garfunkel of the British Invasion.

    https://youtu.be/feKgdqgA5Bg

    Replies: @donut

  50. Today is September 26. The next Supreme Court session begins in less than a week, the 2018 elections are just over one month away, and the next session of Congress (which could have a Democratic senate majority) is just two months away.

    Brett Kavanaugh has been a judge on the DC Court of Appeals for 12 years. He was nominated for SCOTUS on July 9, over 11 weeks ago, and his confirmation hearings began over three weeks ago.

    This is a bullshit attempt by leftwing fanatics to stall the nomination of a good man and fill the spot on the court with a leftwing liberal, by running out the clock on this congressional term, or just delaying until after the elections, when several red state Democratic senators up for re-election this year will no longer face the pressure to vote for Kavanaugh. It is also an attempt to drive a wedge through America and turn out the womyns vote by making this election about “evil men,” and the party that re-elected Dead Kennedy seven times frankly doesn’t give a shit if it destroys the reputation of an honest man in order to accomplish it’s objectives.

    If they succeed (and probably even if they don’t) the Left has driven the American political process to a new low. It’s hard to see where we go from here, but I don’t think it will be good.

    If the Left, or the women who claim he assaulted them, wanted to stop Kavanaugh the time to do so was 12 years ago, or July 9, or September 4. It is not just days before a confirmation vote, in a manner bearing all the marks of a hit job and a last minute October surprise.

    • Replies: @Jack D
    @Wilkey

    What you are saying makes perfect sense to me, but apparently it doesn't to Senators Flake and Collins and Murkowski - they are the ones keeping this Kabuki theater alive.

    https://www.cnn.com/2018/09/26/politics/susan-collins-brett-kavanaugh/index.html

    They must have their own political/personal reasons for doing this but it sure isn't helping the party that they are supposedly members of.

    Replies: @F0337, @Wilkey

  51. I grew up in Chevy Chase/Bethesda/Potomac and if that girl from Gaithersburg High School thinks we would ever let her into our gangbang parties, she is dreaming.

    • Replies: @F0337
    @Ghost of Bull Moose

    Right? I mean, there are limits.

  52. @Patrick in SC
    Trope alert!

    Probably a virulent trope.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

    Is it time for a tropopause?

  53. After decades of smugly smearing us honkies with fairy tales of blond-beast rapists, it must be searing torment that so many of the MeToo mack daddies are fellow shofar-blowers. And liberals, too!

  54. @eah
    Seems to have a fire fetish.

    https://twitter.com/MrDanZak/status/1041540566935379968

    Replies: @F0337, @Nigerian Nationalist

    Fire? Is that all? How soon we forget.

    Not coincidentally, Google is making these images harder and harder to locate.

  55. I think you’re missing the point. It’s all about how it makes women feel.

    Saying that you hate white fratboy rapists so much that you’d burn down their frat to make them pay for their horrible crimes makes women feel better. That makes it the right thing to say, even though it’s factually incorrect.

    Saying that

    “Brett Kavanaugh is a vicious rapist who preys on innocent school girls”

    is the right thing to say because it contains the premises

    “There are men who use their strength and social position to become sexual predators” + “women who feel that they have been sexually abused need to be listened to and believed”.

    Don’t tell women that nothing has been proven in the Kavanaugh case, because women have all the proof they need to know that men are sexual predators and that women must be heard and believed. See how it works?

  56. @Jenner Ickham Errican
    It just got worse for Kavanaugh. There’s now a tragic account of a another girl, Polly Perkins, who went to Garrison Forest prep and came to a bad end after being used by Kavanaugh and Mark Judge:

    Polly grew up in Virginia. A horse fanatic since childhood. Went to one of those horsey girls schools—Garrison Forest, I think. Sometime in her senior year she started feeling depressed. Now, partly it was finally becoming disillusioned with horses. But there were some real psychological problems too.

    That summer she got a job in Edgartown and seemed completely recovered, except for a couple of idiosyncrasies—she'd only dress in blue, and she wouldn't eat hamburgers unless they were completely well done. Any hint of redness and she'd send them back. Out of loyalty to her boyfriend in Virginia, she'd only go on group dates, never individual ones.

    Mark Judge met her when he came to Edgartown for the regatta. Polly was a bit of a masochist, and prone to drink too much. Judge exploited this to get her drunk. When he had gotten her blind drunk one night, he talked her into pulling a train—with him, Brett Kavanaugh, and the other crew member.

    When Polly arrived at Wheaton for her first semester, she was acting very strangely—always wearing the same clothes, never washing, except just putting on more and more makeup and perfume. She'd remain silent for hours and then talk obsessively about Paul McCartney. After two weeks, she was sent to McLean's for treatment but was able to go home to Virginia for Thanksgiving. The day after Thanksgiving, she went into their stables and killed herself.
     

    Replies: @Anon, @TTT, @Achmed E. Newman, @27 year old, @Hippopotamusdrome, @Redman, @Forbes, @Dignan

    Polly grew up in Virginia. A horse fanatic

    Nobody really knows why

    But it is a well known fact among all bros that horse girls have mental issues and are huge sluts

  57. @Jenner Ickham Errican
    It just got worse for Kavanaugh. There’s now a tragic account of a another girl, Polly Perkins, who went to Garrison Forest prep and came to a bad end after being used by Kavanaugh and Mark Judge:

    Polly grew up in Virginia. A horse fanatic since childhood. Went to one of those horsey girls schools—Garrison Forest, I think. Sometime in her senior year she started feeling depressed. Now, partly it was finally becoming disillusioned with horses. But there were some real psychological problems too.

    That summer she got a job in Edgartown and seemed completely recovered, except for a couple of idiosyncrasies—she'd only dress in blue, and she wouldn't eat hamburgers unless they were completely well done. Any hint of redness and she'd send them back. Out of loyalty to her boyfriend in Virginia, she'd only go on group dates, never individual ones.

    Mark Judge met her when he came to Edgartown for the regatta. Polly was a bit of a masochist, and prone to drink too much. Judge exploited this to get her drunk. When he had gotten her blind drunk one night, he talked her into pulling a train—with him, Brett Kavanaugh, and the other crew member.

    When Polly arrived at Wheaton for her first semester, she was acting very strangely—always wearing the same clothes, never washing, except just putting on more and more makeup and perfume. She'd remain silent for hours and then talk obsessively about Paul McCartney. After two weeks, she was sent to McLean's for treatment but was able to go home to Virginia for Thanksgiving. The day after Thanksgiving, she went into their stables and killed herself.
     

    Replies: @Anon, @TTT, @Achmed E. Newman, @27 year old, @Hippopotamusdrome, @Redman, @Forbes, @Dignan

    Mark Judge met her when he came to Edgartown for the regatta.

    I bet she got high scores on her SAT analogies.

    A) drunk girl::regatta
    B) gangbang::oarsmen
    C) stables::suicide

    • LOL: F0337
  58. @F0337
    @Lagertha

    The funny thing (or do I mean the scary thing?) is that with each new 'Jackie Coakley' story we are supposed to forget all the ones which came before, and probably pre-forget the next one too, to be on the safe side.

    Replies: @Lagertha

    Remember all of them. If you have never read Anna Karenina, make this your book to read this autumn. It will expose everything to know about women – spoiler: Anna is the hero, tragic or not.

  59. @BenKenobi
    @Lagertha


    the 20-30 signs of women who have personality disorders.
     
    I am interested in this list.

    Replies: @Lagertha, @International Jew

    Start with Hare’s Checklist. Dr. Hare interviewed serial killers for over 20+ years in Canada to come up with the 20 Checklist. As far as Histrionic Personality disorder, they are not as disposed to killing and destroying as they are to wrecking for the thrill of it all. These people are more prevalent in society because they do not cross the line into police/ “arrested.” These people are much more manipulative (women are even more prevalent than men, at least in EU), and try to find the weaknesses of their host. The scary part is: this is 2% of society, all over the world. I have come across 4 psychos in my life, and, I thank god that I had learned to recognize psychos since I was 16.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @Lagertha

    I don't know all the numbers, Lagertha, so we are all still patiently waiting for your 20 or 30 bullet-point list. All I've got to go by is this: 2 of the most mentally-screwed-up (but otherwise intelligent) people I've been associated with were both lawyers. After that, you come to the girls majoring in psychology and taking it seriously, not just as an easy major for the MRS degree, leaving time for sorority activities. Further down the list are the people in the actual crazy-house.

    The politicians don't even need to be on a list of psychopaths as they'll just ruin the ratings for the rest, and can be easily spotted on TV.

  60. @Wilkey
    Today is September 26. The next Supreme Court session begins in less than a week, the 2018 elections are just over one month away, and the next session of Congress (which could have a Democratic senate majority) is just two months away.

    Brett Kavanaugh has been a judge on the DC Court of Appeals for 12 years. He was nominated for SCOTUS on July 9, over 11 weeks ago, and his confirmation hearings began over three weeks ago.

    This is a bullshit attempt by leftwing fanatics to stall the nomination of a good man and fill the spot on the court with a leftwing liberal, by running out the clock on this congressional term, or just delaying until after the elections, when several red state Democratic senators up for re-election this year will no longer face the pressure to vote for Kavanaugh. It is also an attempt to drive a wedge through America and turn out the womyns vote by making this election about "evil men," and the party that re-elected Dead Kennedy seven times frankly doesn't give a shit if it destroys the reputation of an honest man in order to accomplish it's objectives.

    If they succeed (and probably even if they don't) the Left has driven the American political process to a new low. It's hard to see where we go from here, but I don't think it will be good.

    If the Left, or the women who claim he assaulted them, wanted to stop Kavanaugh the time to do so was 12 years ago, or July 9, or September 4. It is not just days before a confirmation vote, in a manner bearing all the marks of a hit job and a last minute October surprise.

    Replies: @Jack D

    What you are saying makes perfect sense to me, but apparently it doesn’t to Senators Flake and Collins and Murkowski – they are the ones keeping this Kabuki theater alive.

    https://www.cnn.com/2018/09/26/politics/susan-collins-brett-kavanaugh/index.html

    They must have their own political/personal reasons for doing this but it sure isn’t helping the party that they are supposedly members of.

    • Replies: @F0337
    @Jack D

    People who don't want to be the center of attention don't run for senator in the first place.

    , @Wilkey
    @Jack D

    What you are saying makes perfect sense to me, but apparently it doesn’t to Senators Flake and Collins and Murkowski – they are the ones keeping this Kabuki theater alive.

    I don't know about Collins or Murkowski, but Flake is on his way out of office at the tender age of 56. Given that his ultimate plan is probably to cash out by becoming a lobbyist I find it pretty unlikely that he'll be stupid enough to vote against Kavanaugh. If he did so he would lose any influence he might have with Republicans in Congress.

    Collins and Murkowski, whatever their concerns, have to know that if they can't even be counted on to vote for a Republican Supreme Court nominee that their days are pretty much finished, too.

    Replies: @Desiderius

  61. @BenKenobi
    @Lagertha


    the 20-30 signs of women who have personality disorders.
     
    I am interested in this list.

    Replies: @Lagertha, @International Jew

    me too

  62. @Buffalo Joe
    Lib writers, when wrong, never say mea culpa. Do you know why? Because in their minds they are never wrong.

    Replies: @Jack D

    Because in their mind, their intentions are good – they are fighting for justice and against inequality and against rape, etc. As long as you act with a pure heart and with good intentions in order to bring about a better world where evil no longer reigns, nothing you do can be wrong, even if it causes the death of millions. All of those who were inciting arson and cheering for Erdely MEANT WELL, so you must forgive them, just as we must forgive all those American Communists who backed Stalin.

    Steve, OTOH, while he unfortunately happened to be right in just this one instance, does not mean well so he deserves and will get no credit for it from any “liberal”.

    • Agree: Johann Ricke
    • Replies: @27 year old
    @Jack D


    As long as you act with a pure heart and with good intentions in order to bring about a better world where evil no longer reigns, nothing you do can be wrong, even if it causes the death of millions.
     
    The sooner our side adopts this mentality the sooner we win.

    Every day we don’t is another day closer to extinction
    , @Buffalo Joe
    @Jack D

    Jack, Thank you for the reply. I know you "Meant Well."

  63. @Anon
    What's with all these Jews wanting to burn down fraternities?

    It sounds like all the smashing of Christian churches in Bolshevik Russia.

    Burning down the House!

    Well, I say let them do it and show their real face.

    PS. After the truth came out, maybe people should have burned down Rolling Stone.

    Replies: @F0337

    What’s with all these Jews wanting to burn down fraternities?

    They can’t figure out how to burn down golf courses.

    • LOL: Mr. Rational, Rob McX
    • Replies: @Anon
    @F0337

    They can be bulldozed like West Bank.

    , @Flip
    @F0337

    Zak references going to a Catholic high school in Buffalo.

  64. @Ghost of Bull Moose
    I grew up in Chevy Chase/Bethesda/Potomac and if that girl from Gaithersburg High School thinks we would ever let her into our gangbang parties, she is dreaming.

    Replies: @F0337

    Right? I mean, there are limits.

  65. @Jack D
    @Wilkey

    What you are saying makes perfect sense to me, but apparently it doesn't to Senators Flake and Collins and Murkowski - they are the ones keeping this Kabuki theater alive.

    https://www.cnn.com/2018/09/26/politics/susan-collins-brett-kavanaugh/index.html

    They must have their own political/personal reasons for doing this but it sure isn't helping the party that they are supposedly members of.

    Replies: @F0337, @Wilkey

    People who don’t want to be the center of attention don’t run for senator in the first place.

  66. @eah
    Seems to have a fire fetish.

    https://twitter.com/MrDanZak/status/1041540566935379968

    Replies: @F0337, @Nigerian Nationalist

    If I ever got a time machine, I wouldn’t waste it on Hitler–Foucault is the real threat.

    • Replies: @Sergeant Prepper
    @Nigerian Nationalist


    If I ever got a time machine, I wouldn’t waste it on Hitler–Foucault is the real threat
     
    Had Foucault still be around, he'd probably have been #MeTooed right away... he would have made Kevin Spacey look like a shy and puritanical saint. In the end, he was hoisted with his own constructivist petard: when Edmund White warned him about Aids, he replied: "you American puritans, you’re always inventing diseases." https://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/books/authorinterviews/10663337/Edmund-White-recalls-a-night-at-the-opera-with-Michel-Foucault-in-1981.html

    Replies: @stillCARealist

  67. @Enemy of Earth
    For the most part I am avoiding most of the "news" reports about this cockamamie story. While I believe there is a possibility that one or more of the accusers is telling the truth, it is more likely a torpedo launched by a desperate Democratic Party to sabotage what looked like the inevitable appointment of Judge Kavanaugh to the SCOTUS.

    What's really bums me out is that this obvious politically motivated, Stalinesque hit job may succeed not just in derailing the nomination (which I really don't care about) but also obliterating the legal and biblical prohibitions about bearing false witness. The #MeToo harpies may just have killed due process and innocent until proved guilty.

    Replies: @Kylie, @Steve in Greensboro

    “What’s really bums me out is that this obvious politically motivated, Stalinesque hit job may succeed not just in derailing the nomination (which I really don’t care about) but also obliterating the legal and biblical prohibitions about bearing false witness.”

    Exactly. Even if these females fail this time, others on the left will be emboldened by how nearly they succeeded to try the same stunt again.

    “The #MeToo harpies may just have killed due process and innocent until proved guilty.”

    Yes and replaced them with “Guilty because I said so”. The personal is not only political, it’s well on the way to becoming judicial, too.

  68. @TTT
    @Jenner Ickham Errican

    Nice reference!

    Just like Nick was obsessed with Rick Von Sloneker's wickedness, so is the left with regard to Kavanaugh.

    Replies: @David In TN, @Anon

    I remember the Von Sloneker character and the Polly Perkins story from the film, “Metropolitan.”

  69. @F0337
    @Anon


    What’s with all these Jews wanting to burn down fraternities?
     
    They can't figure out how to burn down golf courses.

    Replies: @Anon, @Flip

    They can be bulldozed like West Bank.

  70. @TTT
    @Jenner Ickham Errican

    Nice reference!

    Just like Nick was obsessed with Rick Von Sloneker's wickedness, so is the left with regard to Kavanaugh.

    Replies: @David In TN, @Anon

    One difference. Nick was essentially right about Von Sloneker’s lack of character, and Nick was honest enough to admit to his own failings. He was that odd cynic with real scruples deep down inside.

    These feminist types are totally insane.

    • Replies: @TTT
    @Anon

    Totally agree. Nick may be seen by most as an abhorrent rich WASP, but I kinda liked him. (I wish I had taken his advice and married a very rich woman.)

  71. @Jack D
    @Wilkey

    What you are saying makes perfect sense to me, but apparently it doesn't to Senators Flake and Collins and Murkowski - they are the ones keeping this Kabuki theater alive.

    https://www.cnn.com/2018/09/26/politics/susan-collins-brett-kavanaugh/index.html

    They must have their own political/personal reasons for doing this but it sure isn't helping the party that they are supposedly members of.

    Replies: @F0337, @Wilkey

    What you are saying makes perfect sense to me, but apparently it doesn’t to Senators Flake and Collins and Murkowski – they are the ones keeping this Kabuki theater alive.

    I don’t know about Collins or Murkowski, but Flake is on his way out of office at the tender age of 56. Given that his ultimate plan is probably to cash out by becoming a lobbyist I find it pretty unlikely that he’ll be stupid enough to vote against Kavanaugh. If he did so he would lose any influence he might have with Republicans in Congress.

    Collins and Murkowski, whatever their concerns, have to know that if they can’t even be counted on to vote for a Republican Supreme Court nominee that their days are pretty much finished, too.

    • Replies: @Desiderius
    @Wilkey

    Maine and Alaska are as remote as states get. People who live in remote states are there for a reason, and it isn’t because they get along well with others.

  72. @Anonymous
    "Mark Judge’s ex: I’ll speak to FBI or Senate about Kavanaugh accusations"

    https://nypost.com/2018/09/26/mark-judges-ex-ill-speak-to-fbi-or-senate-about-kavanaugh-accusations/

    An ex-girlfriend of Mark Judge — the former high school classmate of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh who has been accused of watching Kavanaugh sexually assault a teen girl in the 1980s — said Wednesday that she’s willing to talk to the FBI and Senate Judiciary Committee about what she knows, according to a new report.

    A lawyer for Elizabeth Rasor, who dated Judge for three years in college, sent a letter to the committee saying her client would “welcome the opportunity” to speak about claims she’d previously made to the New Yorker, according to the Washington Post.

    Rasor has said Judge once told her about an occasion when he and other boys took turns having sex with a drunken woman when he was in high school.
     

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Alden

    That’s hearsay, formerly inadmissible as evidence. But conclusive evidence from this day forth

  73. I don’t see how that meandering chain is supposed to refute that he causally incited arson.

    “Woe is me! Institutions and conspiracy theories! I’m the real victim here!”

    • Replies: @Trevor H.
    @Jssh

    As Jann Wenner said: "Rolling Stone is just as much a victim as Dean Eramo and Jackie herself," leaving the rest of us to wonder who the perpetrators might be.

    Oh, that's right, Mr Monahan and frat boys worldwide.

    , @Sean
    @Jssh

    Well reverse it, and imagine Steve wrote something endorsing a false accusation that resulted in a baying mob and a window being broken, eh? The side you are on rather than the offence is causal.

    Replies: @Jssh, @Steve Sailer

  74. @Little spoon
    One of us should write a bunch of major media outlets a letter about how Brett kavanaugh assaulted their wife, daughter, sister etc or if you are a woman write it yourself.

    See if the media publishes. Let it run for a few hours. Then admit you made the whole thing up.

    This is what you need to do if you want kavanaugh confirmed.

    Replies: @Little spoon, @Alden

    He flew 3,000 miles across the country and raped me. I think. At least it was a White guy with brown hair.

  75. Anon[393] • Disclaimer says:

    He’s missing the point, which is:

    — By making the post he made, he is implying that he read the Rolling Stone piece, and …

    — He is averring that, having read the piece, he believed it, hook-line-sinker level believed it.

    So, the glass table, the four friends who decide to abandon the bloody, traumatized victim lest they lose frat party invites, the paucity of quotes and sources: as a professtional journalist no bells were rung for him?

    That’s the point.

    He’s out of his depth. He should not be a journalist.

    That is, unless he is saying that, “Who cares whether it’s true, that is irrelevant, any time anything like this surfaces it is a moment to support women, and that overrides any consideration of the truth of the claims.”

    Which is what he might be saying.

    • Replies: @F0337
    @Anon


    Which is what he might be saying.
     
    It's what he's saying, which is a major reason these 'moments' will keep coming.

    The BBC was corrected many times and finally admitted that Trump at the UN had said "more will follow" not "war will follow" but left the tweet up because, well, you know. It's a teachable moment and the BBC was just trying to raise awareness.

    https://cdni.rt.com/files/2018.09/original/5bab6e3fdda4c89e5d8b45c4.PNG

    https://www.rt.com/uk/439454-bbc-trump-un-mixup/

    It's how you earn those blue checkmarks. Nothing in the western media about this, had to find it in the RT.
    Anglo-American media: "UN members laugh at Trump"

  76. @Nigerian Nationalist
    @eah

    If I ever got a time machine, I wouldn't waste it on Hitler--Foucault is the real threat.

    Replies: @Sergeant Prepper

    If I ever got a time machine, I wouldn’t waste it on Hitler–Foucault is the real threat

    Had Foucault still be around, he’d probably have been #MeTooed right away… he would have made Kevin Spacey look like a shy and puritanical saint. In the end, he was hoisted with his own constructivist petard: when Edmund White warned him about Aids, he replied: “you American puritans, you’re always inventing diseases.” https://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/books/authorinterviews/10663337/Edmund-White-recalls-a-night-at-the-opera-with-Michel-Foucault-in-1981.html

    • Replies: @stillCARealist
    @Sergeant Prepper

    Probably 80% of homosexual men could be #MeTooed, but from that little post, Foucault sounds like quite the perv.

    the media could be calling these people out all day long, but somehow it's all accepted as normal behavior.

  77. @Anon
    He's missing the point, which is:

    -- By making the post he made, he is implying that he read the Rolling Stone piece, and ...

    -- He is averring that, having read the piece, he believed it, hook-line-sinker level believed it.

    So, the glass table, the four friends who decide to abandon the bloody, traumatized victim lest they lose frat party invites, the paucity of quotes and sources: as a professtional journalist no bells were rung for him?

    That's the point.

    He's out of his depth. He should not be a journalist.

    That is, unless he is saying that, "Who cares whether it's true, that is irrelevant, any time anything like this surfaces it is a moment to support women, and that overrides any consideration of the truth of the claims."

    Which is what he might be saying.

    Replies: @F0337

    Which is what he might be saying.

    It’s what he’s saying, which is a major reason these ‘moments’ will keep coming.

    The BBC was corrected many times and finally admitted that Trump at the UN had said “more will follow” not “war will follow” but left the tweet up because, well, you know. It’s a teachable moment and the BBC was just trying to raise awareness.

    https://www.rt.com/uk/439454-bbc-trump-un-mixup/

    It’s how you earn those blue checkmarks. Nothing in the western media about this, had to find it in the RT.
    Anglo-American media: “UN members laugh at Trump”

  78. @donut
    Hey Steve when I hear this song I can't help but imagining you singing it to Serena :

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h9ZGKALMMuc

    Try this : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-X_MDVACJiY

    Replies: @PiltdownMan

    Totally different cover from the Sixties by Chad and Jeremy—I remember a sibling bringing home the album from college. These guys were sort of the Simon and Garfunkel of the British Invasion.

    • Replies: @donut
    @PiltdownMan

    I remember them but I can only recall 2-3 songs of theirs .

  79. @Lagertha
    @Alec Leamas

    I have lived through 3 relationships with female friends (over 30 year course) who all had: Histrionic Personality Disorder. It is very hard to not be drawn-in to their charisma (one of their traits), and, it is very hard to "quit them." These type of women are very empathetic in the beginning. Then they change, and start making small digs until they cut you to pieces...or sue you over something... yeah, really.

    These 3 women were "bunny boilers," who envied my life and didn't think I deserved it. That is the hardest to digest: they hate everybody.

    The last "bunny burner," was a bridge too far for my husband, and, our mutual, closest friend said to me: "I forbid you to let her back in to your life."

    I have warned my sons to watch out for the 20-30 signs of women who have personality disorders.

    Replies: @F0337, @BenKenobi, @The Wild Geese Howard

    Lagertha-

    I hear you.

    I watched my ex pursue a false rape claim all the way through trial.

    When I finally found the guts to leave the relationship she tried to trap me with a false theft charge, ultimately proving my reasons for leaving.

    Thank God she didn’t try a false DV claim…my career would have been over.

    This was about 12 years ago, I was way ahead of curve on this stuff.

    As others have said, facts and logic are totally irrelevant to these people. How they feel in the moment is all that matters.

  80. @Jssh
    I don't see how that meandering chain is supposed to refute that he causally incited arson.

    "Woe is me! Institutions and conspiracy theories! I'm the real victim here!"

    Replies: @Trevor H., @Sean

    As Jann Wenner said: “Rolling Stone is just as much a victim as Dean Eramo and Jackie herself,” leaving the rest of us to wonder who the perpetrators might be.

    Oh, that’s right, Mr Monahan and frat boys worldwide.

  81. @F0337
    @Anon


    What’s with all these Jews wanting to burn down fraternities?
     
    They can't figure out how to burn down golf courses.

    Replies: @Anon, @Flip

    Zak references going to a Catholic high school in Buffalo.

  82. @27 year old

    The proportion of American women with either Bipolar Disorder or Borderline Personality Disorder would shock you.
     
    This can't be said too many times

    Replies: @Brutusale, @Forbes

  83. @Jack D
    @Buffalo Joe

    Because in their mind, their intentions are good - they are fighting for justice and against inequality and against rape, etc. As long as you act with a pure heart and with good intentions in order to bring about a better world where evil no longer reigns, nothing you do can be wrong, even if it causes the death of millions. All of those who were inciting arson and cheering for Erdely MEANT WELL, so you must forgive them, just as we must forgive all those American Communists who backed Stalin.

    Steve, OTOH, while he unfortunately happened to be right in just this one instance, does not mean well so he deserves and will get no credit for it from any "liberal".

    Replies: @27 year old, @Buffalo Joe

    As long as you act with a pure heart and with good intentions in order to bring about a better world where evil no longer reigns, nothing you do can be wrong, even if it causes the death of millions.

    The sooner our side adopts this mentality the sooner we win.

    Every day we don’t is another day closer to extinction

  84. @Jenner Ickham Errican
    It just got worse for Kavanaugh. There’s now a tragic account of a another girl, Polly Perkins, who went to Garrison Forest prep and came to a bad end after being used by Kavanaugh and Mark Judge:

    Polly grew up in Virginia. A horse fanatic since childhood. Went to one of those horsey girls schools—Garrison Forest, I think. Sometime in her senior year she started feeling depressed. Now, partly it was finally becoming disillusioned with horses. But there were some real psychological problems too.

    That summer she got a job in Edgartown and seemed completely recovered, except for a couple of idiosyncrasies—she'd only dress in blue, and she wouldn't eat hamburgers unless they were completely well done. Any hint of redness and she'd send them back. Out of loyalty to her boyfriend in Virginia, she'd only go on group dates, never individual ones.

    Mark Judge met her when he came to Edgartown for the regatta. Polly was a bit of a masochist, and prone to drink too much. Judge exploited this to get her drunk. When he had gotten her blind drunk one night, he talked her into pulling a train—with him, Brett Kavanaugh, and the other crew member.

    When Polly arrived at Wheaton for her first semester, she was acting very strangely—always wearing the same clothes, never washing, except just putting on more and more makeup and perfume. She'd remain silent for hours and then talk obsessively about Paul McCartney. After two weeks, she was sent to McLean's for treatment but was able to go home to Virginia for Thanksgiving. The day after Thanksgiving, she went into their stables and killed herself.
     

    Replies: @Anon, @TTT, @Achmed E. Newman, @27 year old, @Hippopotamusdrome, @Redman, @Forbes, @Dignan

    Great film. And I just thought if that scene last night. Similarity to Swetnick’s fantasy is uncanny.

    And the fact that Chris Eigeman’s character intentionally lied to out the bad girl from the group is ironic as well. The current drip, drip of more absurd claims is intended to make Trump and Kavanaugh fold.

  85. What kind of name is Dan Zak anyway?

    (Just see 2:12 – 2:35, but I STILL can’t set start/end times on videos here. The whole thing is funny though.)

  86. @Lagertha
    @BenKenobi

    Start with Hare's Checklist. Dr. Hare interviewed serial killers for over 20+ years in Canada to come up with the 20 Checklist. As far as Histrionic Personality disorder, they are not as disposed to killing and destroying as they are to wrecking for the thrill of it all. These people are more prevalent in society because they do not cross the line into police/ "arrested." These people are much more manipulative (women are even more prevalent than men, at least in EU), and try to find the weaknesses of their host. The scary part is: this is 2% of society, all over the world. I have come across 4 psychos in my life, and, I thank god that I had learned to recognize psychos since I was 16.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

    I don’t know all the numbers, Lagertha, so we are all still patiently waiting for your 20 or 30 bullet-point list. All I’ve got to go by is this: 2 of the most mentally-screwed-up (but otherwise intelligent) people I’ve been associated with were both lawyers. After that, you come to the girls majoring in psychology and taking it seriously, not just as an easy major for the MRS degree, leaving time for sorority activities. Further down the list are the people in the actual crazy-house.

    The politicians don’t even need to be on a list of psychopaths as they’ll just ruin the ratings for the rest, and can be easily spotted on TV.

  87. @Jssh
    I don't see how that meandering chain is supposed to refute that he causally incited arson.

    "Woe is me! Institutions and conspiracy theories! I'm the real victim here!"

    Replies: @Trevor H., @Sean

    Well reverse it, and imagine Steve wrote something endorsing a false accusation that resulted in a baying mob and a window being broken, eh? The side you are on rather than the offence is causal.

    • Replies: @Jssh
    @Sean

    I have the independence of mind to call it out if I saw it. Unfortunately for you, your hypothetical isn't real. Steve isn't that kind of journalist; he is unimpeachably ethical. Go back to 1990s and you won't find anything of the kind.

    Normal people would not incite a crime on the basis of something they themselves could not independently verify.

    The mob mentality comes from people who are fully absorbed in the infallibility of their worldview: people who react faster than they can think.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer

    , @Steve Sailer
    @Sean

    Arson is just about the worst thing for a pundit to call for since there are a tiny but still dangerous number of people out there who are pathological firebugs and they can kill people pretty easily, more easily than just about anybody else. I read a Wambaugh true crime book, The Fire Lover (?), about a Southern California cop who set dozens of fires in stores, including ones where my mother frequently shopped. I think he killed about 4 people over the years, and he mostly seemed to be trying to get the glory of discovering the fire and saving lives himself.

    It's easy to bluepencil metaphorical calls to "burn down" to "tear down."

    I'm sure I've failed to do that a few times in the millions of words I've published over the years, but I'm trying to Raise Awareness about calls for arson being dangerous and needless.

    Replies: @Rob McX

  88. @Jenner Ickham Errican
    It just got worse for Kavanaugh. There’s now a tragic account of a another girl, Polly Perkins, who went to Garrison Forest prep and came to a bad end after being used by Kavanaugh and Mark Judge:

    Polly grew up in Virginia. A horse fanatic since childhood. Went to one of those horsey girls schools—Garrison Forest, I think. Sometime in her senior year she started feeling depressed. Now, partly it was finally becoming disillusioned with horses. But there were some real psychological problems too.

    That summer she got a job in Edgartown and seemed completely recovered, except for a couple of idiosyncrasies—she'd only dress in blue, and she wouldn't eat hamburgers unless they were completely well done. Any hint of redness and she'd send them back. Out of loyalty to her boyfriend in Virginia, she'd only go on group dates, never individual ones.

    Mark Judge met her when he came to Edgartown for the regatta. Polly was a bit of a masochist, and prone to drink too much. Judge exploited this to get her drunk. When he had gotten her blind drunk one night, he talked her into pulling a train—with him, Brett Kavanaugh, and the other crew member.

    When Polly arrived at Wheaton for her first semester, she was acting very strangely—always wearing the same clothes, never washing, except just putting on more and more makeup and perfume. She'd remain silent for hours and then talk obsessively about Paul McCartney. After two weeks, she was sent to McLean's for treatment but was able to go home to Virginia for Thanksgiving. The day after Thanksgiving, she went into their stables and killed herself.
     

    Replies: @Anon, @TTT, @Achmed E. Newman, @27 year old, @Hippopotamusdrome, @Redman, @Forbes, @Dignan

    Testimony form the grave…yeah, I can see how that works for some… Paul McCartney is in real trouble.

  89. @27 year old

    The proportion of American women with either Bipolar Disorder or Borderline Personality Disorder would shock you.
     
    This can't be said too many times

    Replies: @Brutusale, @Forbes

    Most single women (over 30 y/o) I know, if you get to know them reasonably well, you discover they take anti-depressants or anti-anxiety drugs. Without a man in their life, they have nowhere to transfer their chaos–no one to bring stability to their life.

    • Replies: @Desiderius
    @Forbes

    My wife remarks frequently how valuable that is for her day to day happiness.

    , @dfordoom
    @Forbes


    Most single women (over 30 y/o) I know, if you get to know them reasonably well, you discover they take anti-depressants or anti-anxiety drugs.
     
    And those anti-depressants do some fairly alarming things to the human personality. When you look at the state of society today it's pretty much what you'd expect to see of a society deranged by SSRIs.

    If you want to find pure evil take a look at psychiatry.
  90. @Wilkey
    @Jack D

    What you are saying makes perfect sense to me, but apparently it doesn’t to Senators Flake and Collins and Murkowski – they are the ones keeping this Kabuki theater alive.

    I don't know about Collins or Murkowski, but Flake is on his way out of office at the tender age of 56. Given that his ultimate plan is probably to cash out by becoming a lobbyist I find it pretty unlikely that he'll be stupid enough to vote against Kavanaugh. If he did so he would lose any influence he might have with Republicans in Congress.

    Collins and Murkowski, whatever their concerns, have to know that if they can't even be counted on to vote for a Republican Supreme Court nominee that their days are pretty much finished, too.

    Replies: @Desiderius

    Maine and Alaska are as remote as states get. People who live in remote states are there for a reason, and it isn’t because they get along well with others.

  91. @Sergeant Prepper
    @Nigerian Nationalist


    If I ever got a time machine, I wouldn’t waste it on Hitler–Foucault is the real threat
     
    Had Foucault still be around, he'd probably have been #MeTooed right away... he would have made Kevin Spacey look like a shy and puritanical saint. In the end, he was hoisted with his own constructivist petard: when Edmund White warned him about Aids, he replied: "you American puritans, you’re always inventing diseases." https://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/books/authorinterviews/10663337/Edmund-White-recalls-a-night-at-the-opera-with-Michel-Foucault-in-1981.html

    Replies: @stillCARealist

    Probably 80% of homosexual men could be #MeTooed, but from that little post, Foucault sounds like quite the perv.

    the media could be calling these people out all day long, but somehow it’s all accepted as normal behavior.

  92. @Jenner Ickham Errican
    It just got worse for Kavanaugh. There’s now a tragic account of a another girl, Polly Perkins, who went to Garrison Forest prep and came to a bad end after being used by Kavanaugh and Mark Judge:

    Polly grew up in Virginia. A horse fanatic since childhood. Went to one of those horsey girls schools—Garrison Forest, I think. Sometime in her senior year she started feeling depressed. Now, partly it was finally becoming disillusioned with horses. But there were some real psychological problems too.

    That summer she got a job in Edgartown and seemed completely recovered, except for a couple of idiosyncrasies—she'd only dress in blue, and she wouldn't eat hamburgers unless they were completely well done. Any hint of redness and she'd send them back. Out of loyalty to her boyfriend in Virginia, she'd only go on group dates, never individual ones.

    Mark Judge met her when he came to Edgartown for the regatta. Polly was a bit of a masochist, and prone to drink too much. Judge exploited this to get her drunk. When he had gotten her blind drunk one night, he talked her into pulling a train—with him, Brett Kavanaugh, and the other crew member.

    When Polly arrived at Wheaton for her first semester, she was acting very strangely—always wearing the same clothes, never washing, except just putting on more and more makeup and perfume. She'd remain silent for hours and then talk obsessively about Paul McCartney. After two weeks, she was sent to McLean's for treatment but was able to go home to Virginia for Thanksgiving. The day after Thanksgiving, she went into their stables and killed herself.
     

    Replies: @Anon, @TTT, @Achmed E. Newman, @27 year old, @Hippopotamusdrome, @Redman, @Forbes, @Dignan

    Polly Perkins is a composite…like New York Magazine does.

  93. @Enemy of Earth
    For the most part I am avoiding most of the "news" reports about this cockamamie story. While I believe there is a possibility that one or more of the accusers is telling the truth, it is more likely a torpedo launched by a desperate Democratic Party to sabotage what looked like the inevitable appointment of Judge Kavanaugh to the SCOTUS.

    What's really bums me out is that this obvious politically motivated, Stalinesque hit job may succeed not just in derailing the nomination (which I really don't care about) but also obliterating the legal and biblical prohibitions about bearing false witness. The #MeToo harpies may just have killed due process and innocent until proved guilty.

    Replies: @Kylie, @Steve in Greensboro

    I’m waiting for the vote. I’ve already written my RINO Senators imploring them to confirm Kavanaugh, but they seem to be already committed.

    For what little it is worth, I’ve written McConnell demanding that any Republican Senators who vote against Kavanaugh’s confirmation be punished in whatever way he has to hand, including revocation of committee memberships, loss of seniority, etc.

    Of course that won’t matter to such gems as Bob “Barney Fife” Corker and Jeff “Eponymy” Flake.

  94. @Neil Templeton
    If the Senate dithers longer, the President needs to withdraw the nomination, replacing Kavanaugh immediately with a Calhoun or Jackson conservative, patriarch, and look-alike. In explanation, the President should say:

    "My previous nominee is apparently a Momma's boy who doesn't have the character to perform successfully as a Justice in the current Court. This nominee does. See you in January."

    Replies: @Steve in Greensboro

    No withdrawals either by Trump or Kavanaugh. Make the Senate vote on this.

    Then let’s have a full investigation and clear Kavanaugh and prove the no-votes to be either co-conspirators in the fraud as is the entire Dem Senatorial contingent or foolish dupes of the fraud as the RINOs who vote against him, if any.

    I agree with you that Trump’s next nominee should certainly be as repellent to the left as possible consistent with Constitutional faithfulness.

    My only concern about a patriarch is his age. We need somebody young to be around to rustle the left’s jimmies for a generation or two.

    How about Ann Coulter? Or Stephen Miller?

    I’m sure there is somebody more repellent to the left, but nobody occurs to me right now.

    And the hearing process needs to be revamped substantially. The Kavanaugh process was an abortion. My suggestion is to do away with the hearings entirely and just have a vote.

  95. @Lot
    @Anonymous

    Brian Leiter was accused of sending poop by mail to a woman he had some spat with. It was anonymous poop but lots of circumstantial evidence pointed at him.

    Replies: @Alec Leamas, @ChrisM

    I was called for jury duty in Ventura County for a murder case which involved poop.

    https://www.vcstar.com/story/news/courts/2017/01/26/trial-begins-1997-killing-ventura-teen/97097364/

    The accused had been interrupted during a home burglary over 20 years ago. Before the interruption, he had taken a crap in the closet laundry hamper (yes I know that is weird).

    The homeowner then came home with her teenage son and, during the burglar’s escape, he stabbed the son in the neck, and said son subsequently died.

    At the time, DNA forensics was insufficiently developed to extract DNA from poop. Now the technology is there. The accused was identified 20 years after the crime due to him being incarcerated for another burglary. Part of the evidence against him, besides the DNA from the poop, was a google search he made inquiring whether or not DNA can be extracted from poop.

    He was found guilty (I was dismissed during voire dire).

    • Replies: @CJ
    @ChrisM

    Burglars pooping on the premises is a known thing, not at all uncommon. Try a search on “burglars defecate”.

  96. Am I the only one who notices that Dan Zak defended his complete lack of skeptical about the story of the UVA rape case, by telling a story of a woman raped at UVA with a COMPLETE LACK OF SKEPTICISM.

    Then he tries to turn the issue around by talking about “men” who “blame women,” or “blame the media.” Blaming them for what? The point is NOTHING HAPPENED.

    No one is “exonerating rapists,” there were none. The event did not take place.

    The issue is not rape or men. The issue is the media’s obsessive desire to find the great white defendant. And when people like Dan Zak as always uncritically believe these crazy charges, it lets us see behind their mask.

    They hate us. They really hate us.

    • Agree: Mr. Rational
  97. @Anon
    @TTT

    One difference. Nick was essentially right about Von Sloneker's lack of character, and Nick was honest enough to admit to his own failings. He was that odd cynic with real scruples deep down inside.

    These feminist types are totally insane.

    Replies: @TTT

    Totally agree. Nick may be seen by most as an abhorrent rich WASP, but I kinda liked him. (I wish I had taken his advice and married a very rich woman.)

  98. @Jack D
    @Buffalo Joe

    Because in their mind, their intentions are good - they are fighting for justice and against inequality and against rape, etc. As long as you act with a pure heart and with good intentions in order to bring about a better world where evil no longer reigns, nothing you do can be wrong, even if it causes the death of millions. All of those who were inciting arson and cheering for Erdely MEANT WELL, so you must forgive them, just as we must forgive all those American Communists who backed Stalin.

    Steve, OTOH, while he unfortunately happened to be right in just this one instance, does not mean well so he deserves and will get no credit for it from any "liberal".

    Replies: @27 year old, @Buffalo Joe

    Jack, Thank you for the reply. I know you “Meant Well.”

  99. @Forbes
    @27 year old

    Most single women (over 30 y/o) I know, if you get to know them reasonably well, you discover they take anti-depressants or anti-anxiety drugs. Without a man in their life, they have nowhere to transfer their chaos--no one to bring stability to their life.

    Replies: @Desiderius, @dfordoom

    My wife remarks frequently how valuable that is for her day to day happiness.

  100. @Sean
    @Jssh

    Well reverse it, and imagine Steve wrote something endorsing a false accusation that resulted in a baying mob and a window being broken, eh? The side you are on rather than the offence is causal.

    Replies: @Jssh, @Steve Sailer

    I have the independence of mind to call it out if I saw it. Unfortunately for you, your hypothetical isn’t real. Steve isn’t that kind of journalist; he is unimpeachably ethical. Go back to 1990s and you won’t find anything of the kind.

    Normal people would not incite a crime on the basis of something they themselves could not independently verify.

    The mob mentality comes from people who are fully absorbed in the infallibility of their worldview: people who react faster than they can think.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @Jssh

    I'm sure I've screwed up over the years. But I try to avoid writing things that might incite criminal violence.

    I'm particularly worried about arson since that's a pretty easy thing for one sicko to do a lot of harm with.

  101. @Anonymous
    @Steve Sailer

    Apparently Collins now wants to subpoena Judge. Judge is a recovering alcoholic who took 7 years to graduate college. Not sure how he's going to handle the pressure.

    https://twitter.com/Amy_Siskind/status/1045106346155298822

    Replies: @Truth-hammer

    Bluto spent seven years in college. Everyone loves Bluto.

  102. @Sean
    @Jssh

    Well reverse it, and imagine Steve wrote something endorsing a false accusation that resulted in a baying mob and a window being broken, eh? The side you are on rather than the offence is causal.

    Replies: @Jssh, @Steve Sailer

    Arson is just about the worst thing for a pundit to call for since there are a tiny but still dangerous number of people out there who are pathological firebugs and they can kill people pretty easily, more easily than just about anybody else. I read a Wambaugh true crime book, The Fire Lover (?), about a Southern California cop who set dozens of fires in stores, including ones where my mother frequently shopped. I think he killed about 4 people over the years, and he mostly seemed to be trying to get the glory of discovering the fire and saving lives himself.

    It’s easy to bluepencil metaphorical calls to “burn down” to “tear down.”

    I’m sure I’ve failed to do that a few times in the millions of words I’ve published over the years, but I’m trying to Raise Awareness about calls for arson being dangerous and needless.

    • Replies: @Rob McX
    @Steve Sailer

    That was John Leonard Orr. He was actually a firefighter and arson investigator. He had tried unsuccessfully to become a police officer. I think he failed the physical test.

    Replies: @Sean

  103. @Jssh
    @Sean

    I have the independence of mind to call it out if I saw it. Unfortunately for you, your hypothetical isn't real. Steve isn't that kind of journalist; he is unimpeachably ethical. Go back to 1990s and you won't find anything of the kind.

    Normal people would not incite a crime on the basis of something they themselves could not independently verify.

    The mob mentality comes from people who are fully absorbed in the infallibility of their worldview: people who react faster than they can think.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer

    I’m sure I’ve screwed up over the years. But I try to avoid writing things that might incite criminal violence.

    I’m particularly worried about arson since that’s a pretty easy thing for one sicko to do a lot of harm with.

  104. Good one Steve.

    This guy would be proud to lead a lynch mob–if the accused was a white man.

    The guy doth protest too much.

    He was exposed for the lying scumbag he is–hence his rage.

  105. @Steve Sailer
    @Sean

    Arson is just about the worst thing for a pundit to call for since there are a tiny but still dangerous number of people out there who are pathological firebugs and they can kill people pretty easily, more easily than just about anybody else. I read a Wambaugh true crime book, The Fire Lover (?), about a Southern California cop who set dozens of fires in stores, including ones where my mother frequently shopped. I think he killed about 4 people over the years, and he mostly seemed to be trying to get the glory of discovering the fire and saving lives himself.

    It's easy to bluepencil metaphorical calls to "burn down" to "tear down."

    I'm sure I've failed to do that a few times in the millions of words I've published over the years, but I'm trying to Raise Awareness about calls for arson being dangerous and needless.

    Replies: @Rob McX

    That was John Leonard Orr. He was actually a firefighter and arson investigator. He had tried unsuccessfully to become a police officer. I think he failed the physical test.

    • Replies: @Sean
    @Rob McX

    He was obviously a wrong one, he publicly revealed an accelerator technique of arson to the newspapers who printed the information. Other investigators were aghast.

  106. @Forbes
    @27 year old

    Most single women (over 30 y/o) I know, if you get to know them reasonably well, you discover they take anti-depressants or anti-anxiety drugs. Without a man in their life, they have nowhere to transfer their chaos--no one to bring stability to their life.

    Replies: @Desiderius, @dfordoom

    Most single women (over 30 y/o) I know, if you get to know them reasonably well, you discover they take anti-depressants or anti-anxiety drugs.

    And those anti-depressants do some fairly alarming things to the human personality. When you look at the state of society today it’s pretty much what you’d expect to see of a society deranged by SSRIs.

    If you want to find pure evil take a look at psychiatry.

  107. @ChrisM
    @Lot

    I was called for jury duty in Ventura County for a murder case which involved poop.

    https://www.vcstar.com/story/news/courts/2017/01/26/trial-begins-1997-killing-ventura-teen/97097364/

    The accused had been interrupted during a home burglary over 20 years ago. Before the interruption, he had taken a crap in the closet laundry hamper (yes I know that is weird).

    The homeowner then came home with her teenage son and, during the burglar's escape, he stabbed the son in the neck, and said son subsequently died.

    At the time, DNA forensics was insufficiently developed to extract DNA from poop. Now the technology is there. The accused was identified 20 years after the crime due to him being incarcerated for another burglary. Part of the evidence against him, besides the DNA from the poop, was a google search he made inquiring whether or not DNA can be extracted from poop.

    He was found guilty (I was dismissed during voire dire).

    Replies: @CJ

    Burglars pooping on the premises is a known thing, not at all uncommon. Try a search on “burglars defecate”.

  108. @Rob McX
    @Steve Sailer

    That was John Leonard Orr. He was actually a firefighter and arson investigator. He had tried unsuccessfully to become a police officer. I think he failed the physical test.

    Replies: @Sean

    He was obviously a wrong one, he publicly revealed an accelerator technique of arson to the newspapers who printed the information. Other investigators were aghast.

  109. @PiltdownMan
    @donut

    Totally different cover from the Sixties by Chad and Jeremy—I remember a sibling bringing home the album from college. These guys were sort of the Simon and Garfunkel of the British Invasion.

    https://youtu.be/feKgdqgA5Bg

    Replies: @donut

    I remember them but I can only recall 2-3 songs of theirs .

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