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  1. A seriously underrated reason for the struggles of black family formation is that the average black woman today sounds like she is going to make any man she is with completely miserable. They need a patriarchy with a serious emphasis on a man having a duty to provide financially for his family to reverse that trend.

    • Replies: @AndrewR
    @Barnard

    A cursory study of their ancestral lands suggests that patriarchy might not be their natural state, even if it's feasible in some contexts.

    Replies: @kpkinsunnyphiladelphia, @Aardvark

    , @Neoconned
    @Barnard

    Look at me!! I'm so pretty!! LOOK @ MY HAIR!!

    A former co-worker used to tell me "the 1st thing wrong with a woman is that she's a woman......

    The 2nd thing wrong with a woman is that she's a woman....

    The 3rd thing wrong with a woman is....."

    Also ALL women are bipolar. So if a woman is bipolar shes bipolar squared....

    Anyway....given white birthrates the WF/BM thing is going away and fast. Scarcity breeds an increase in SMV and there's no way white dudes will put up with feminism or womens rights after another generation or 2....white women will become scarce....maybe thats why both WF & BM are acting out like they are?

    WF realize that white men may even commoditize them. Saudi style. Set up a marriage legal structure. Ban female schooling. Ban female choice marriage. Set up a fugitive slave act thing for women who run away. Cops arrest women for curfew etc.

    Who's going to step in to stop the alphas? The white knight cucks?

    And for the black dudes....their greatest fear is just that....having their balls clipped by their very own African Queens and being domesticated and put out to pasture to provide for all the kids they sire....instead of dumping the financing onus onto the taxpayer....

  2. On the visual physical level, this shows that the difference between white and black homo sapiens is not very big

    Wow…kinky hair…wow…so different…wow…

    But on the mental level there are vast differences

    It almost makes you think that their is a concept of soul and that souls of the races are very different

  3. This must be the dumbest era in history.

    • Replies: @Rob McX
    @OilcanFloyd

    Whenever you start thinking that way, just watch Idiocracy. We've about 10 IQ points to drop before we hit this.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UPD0srSiOFE

    , @AnotherDad
    @OilcanFloyd


    This must be the dumbest era in history.
     
    It is. Because we have the dumbest, most toxic ideology in history--minoritarianism.

    No nation, race, culture, civilization has ever elevated its minorities above the interests of its own people.

    The proper choices of minorities in any civilization is either
    -- integrate with the majority
    -- accommodate yourself to the majority's culture, norms
    -- live separately accepting the majority's political control
    -- fight for your own separate nation
    or
    GTFO!

    But America's Jews have successfully propagandized--slavery! the Holocaust!--this idea that the majority is supposed to accommodate itself to all these wonderful diverse minorities.

    Obviously you can't have 31 different flavors of social norms and have any sort of harmony. Duh! That's not what a "norm" means. But every minority in America has a Constitutional right--it's in there somewhere--to be aggrieved by anyone else not loving them.

    End Jewish minoritarianism ... you can have a nation again.

    As long as it's the official ideology ... you'll need earplugs. And eventually Big Sister will come pull them out and pin your eyelids back to make you see.
  4. “Black men are going to have to step up to protect the Black queen.”

    Or else what?

    Candice Frederick issues diktats to black men. But black men don’t seem to be particularly interested in black “queens” unless “de white women” aren’t available. As the Belle of Amherst wrote “the heart wants what it wants — or it does not care.”

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Wade Hampton

    You're right, Black men love smashing white gurls. You keep saying that whitie, I'm sure that'll show those troublesome blacks who's boss! lmao

    In case you're too dimwitted to understand this (as, to be fair, are most whities), the concerted effort to hypermasculinize Black men and hypersexualize white gurls (particularly blondes) isn't exactly something you should be celebrating as a whitie, but then again whites are born cucks.

    , @AndrewR
    @Wade Hampton

    If you read the article, you'd see that that is a quote from a male former Army officer.

  5. Does anyone here live in Michigan, Wisconsin, or Pennsylvania?

    Anybody here know what’s happening on the ground over there? Is there a hidden Trump vote or is this over?

    • Replies: @Paul Jolliffe
    @JohnnyWalker123

    Well, the Dems in 2016 were on the verge of forcing a recount in Wayne County (Detroit) when a federal judge ordered it stopped.
    Why?
    Because the Dems screwed up - there were more votes to recount than registered voters in some precincts.
    A recount would have spotlighted the blatant fraud by the Dems in “safe” precincts.

    So my guess is they’ll tone it down in Wayne County, but amp it up just enough in Pontiac (Oakland County) to give Michigan to Biden.

    Outside of the metro Detroit area, Trump’s a lock, but it will come down to a handful of key districts in Wayne, Oakland and Macon’s counties.

    One positive sign for DJT: former governor Rick Snyder (RINO), now a universally despised figure for his gross incompetence in the Flint water scandal, endorsed Biden.

    Boomerang effect next Tuesday?

    https://www.detroitnews.com/story/news/politics/2020/10/29/president-trump-targets-rick-snyder-ahead-michigan-visit/6079295002/

    , @Peterike
    @JohnnyWalker123

    “ Does anyone here live in Michigan, Wisconsin, or Pennsylvania?”

    Trump will clearly win all three, but at least two will be stolen from him.

    , @AndrewR
    @JohnnyWalker123

    Suburban part of Michigan here. I see more Trump signs than Biden signs. Up north I saw lots of Trump flags. My aunt up north complained that someone destroyed her Biden sign while she was at Sunday Mass. I didn't feel sorry for her because Biden sucks. So does Trump and, uh, my friend stole one moron's Trump flag and threw it out. It felt good. Or so he said. In fairness to my aunt, she's super anti war and Biden is less likely to get us into war with Iran.

  6. Could be time to reprise the musical “Hair” with an all black cast and the music in rap. Change the title too. Maybe, oh I don’t know, “Don’t Touch My Hairs.” These people are wearing me out.

    • Replies: @guest
    @Buffalo Joe

    They’d have to take most of the humor and tongue-in-cheekiness out of it, because black hair is a serious thing. (Unlike anti-Vietnam war protests.)

    What does that leave? Nudity, I guess.

    , @Lace the Artist Formerly Known as Race
    @Buffalo Joe

    LOL at "Don't Touch My Hairs". Good for African-American porn elements too.

    , @Charles St. Charles
    @Buffalo Joe


    These people are wearing me out.
     
    Negro Fatigue. It’s real.
    , @nokangaroos
    @Buffalo Joe

    It´s ME Hairs, you dysebonic wayciss. Mememe! :P

  7. Ugh. So tedious.

    Not knocking you, Steve. Someone has to slog through the swill churned out by the national press. Better you than me.

    I stopped by the mall on the way home to check out the Christmas decorations. Macy’s had an elaborate setup, with giant candy canes and huge trees and shiny ornaments and Nutcracker statues galore; JCPenney had zilch. The main concourse was festooned with large holly branches hanging from the ceiling. There were no menorahs in sight.

    (Will it all be looted soon?)

    Aside from a token display in the window of the Disney store, the mall was completely bereft of any mention of Halloween. Not a pumpkin in sight.

    (No trick-or-treating this year, boys and girls. Because Cotona-chan and Orange Man Bad.)

    The restaurant where I ate lunch advertised pumpkin pie on the menu, but the waitress told me they were out. She brought me coffee even though I didn’t order it, probably because of my ghostly pallor. Lately I’ve been drinking five or six cups a day. I’ve been averaging about four hours of sleep a night.

    (Will any of us be getting any sleep in the days to come?)

    I’m actively avoiding news about the election, except for the snippets I glean on sites such as this one. I don’t want to talk about it; I don’t want to think about it. Que sera, sera.

    • Replies: @duncsbaby
    @Stan Adams

    You need to switch to Sanka, Stan.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2U5OqjIiplI

    Replies: @Stan Adams

    , @Jay Queue
    @Stan Adams


    Que sera, sera.
     
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gZ278Sxgqyw

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nxBMVSQiXeY
  8. The limerick guy bragged about his syllable counts, but he screwed up five lines out of five.

    How do you screw up a limerick? Who can’t count to six?

    Tempted to return to that hellsite and give him a piece of my mind.

    • Agree: gruff
  9. anon[224] • Disclaimer says:

    Ok, here’s one On Topic vid for the Boomers:

    Aaaaand this On Topic meme is for…everyone else.

    Because the emotional work of dealing with every blakety-black-blak complaint is exhausting.

    • Replies: @Pericles
    @anon

    In other words, more blakkety-blak yakety-yak.

    A tip for some aspiring asian journalist: write My straight shiny flowing black hair is beautiful and you homegurls can't have it.

  10. @JohnnyWalker123
    Does anyone here live in Michigan, Wisconsin, or Pennsylvania?

    Anybody here know what's happening on the ground over there? Is there a hidden Trump vote or is this over?

    Replies: @Paul Jolliffe, @Peterike, @AndrewR

    Well, the Dems in 2016 were on the verge of forcing a recount in Wayne County (Detroit) when a federal judge ordered it stopped.
    Why?
    Because the Dems screwed up – there were more votes to recount than registered voters in some precincts.
    A recount would have spotlighted the blatant fraud by the Dems in “safe” precincts.

    So my guess is they’ll tone it down in Wayne County, but amp it up just enough in Pontiac (Oakland County) to give Michigan to Biden.

    Outside of the metro Detroit area, Trump’s a lock, but it will come down to a handful of key districts in Wayne, Oakland and Macon’s counties.

    One positive sign for DJT: former governor Rick Snyder (RINO), now a universally despised figure for his gross incompetence in the Flint water scandal, endorsed Biden.

    Boomerang effect next Tuesday?

    https://www.detroitnews.com/story/news/politics/2020/10/29/president-trump-targets-rick-snyder-ahead-michigan-visit/6079295002/

  11. You’d think the Guardian editors would be sufficiently woke as to avoid subhed juxtapositions such as the second one above:

    Black men and women tell Emma Dabiri their often fraught hair stories. Plus: birdwatching and seal pupping in Autumnwatch.

    Black men and women! Birdwatching! Seal pupping!

    Not a good composition for one of the loudest voices in the woke chorus.

  12. “Shingai Shoniwa: ‘My hair isn’t intimidating – it’s an expression of who I am’”

    A Chia-negress.

    • Replies: @guest
    @Mike Tre

    “My hair isn’t intimidating — it’s an affront to good taste.”

    , @MBlanc46
    @Mike Tre

    Naughty. Very naughty.

    , @Charles St. Charles
    @Mike Tre


    Shingai Shoniwa: ‘My hair isn’t intimidating – it’s an expression of who I am‘
     
    When your ability to make other, perhaps more rational, maybe even nearly grammatical, expression is severely limited by inherent cognitive deficiencies, hair speaks where words fail.

    BTW: “Shingai Shoniwa”?!

    Replies: @Charlotte, @Foreign Expert

  13. Black men and women tell Emma Dabiri their often fraught hair stories. Plus: birdwatching and seal pupping in Autumnwatch.

    Someone’s gonna pay for that juxtaposition.

    You know, these gals would do better at the singles bars if they didn’t in general look like subjects for an Octonauts Creature Report. This one, I kid you not, features the spookfish:

    • Replies: @Aspiring Rapper and Honor Student
    @Reg Cæsar

    Spookfish - great band name.

  14. @JohnnyWalker123
    Does anyone here live in Michigan, Wisconsin, or Pennsylvania?

    Anybody here know what's happening on the ground over there? Is there a hidden Trump vote or is this over?

    Replies: @Paul Jolliffe, @Peterike, @AndrewR

    “ Does anyone here live in Michigan, Wisconsin, or Pennsylvania?”

    Trump will clearly win all three, but at least two will be stolen from him.

  15. Our resident poet, the one they call Desanex, can kick Mega Mouth Slam-Can’s ass limerick-wise.

    • Agree: Charon, Achmed E. Newman
    • Replies: @the one they call Desanex
    @Harry Baldwin

    A limerick should be in anapestic meter—two unstressed syllables, then a stressed one. Also, it should be funny or clever.

    Replies: @Harry Baldwin

    , @Achmed E. Newman
    @Harry Baldwin

    There's the one that we call Desanex,
    whose poetry really connects.
    Not this hacker on twitter.
    I'd call him a "splitter,
    were I British, but, no, I'm Tex-Mex.

    See teacher, I didn't even use the words "Nantucket" or "sex". Apologies for "connects", which doesn't truly rhyme.

  16. Unpack the impact of ideals within. I need a term for this belabored language. Belangish?

    By the way, everyone knows how “beauty ideals” make people with bad hair feel. It’s not a mystery. Same way unfit people or short men feel. Except they can’t buy wigs.

  17. @Mike Tre
    "Shingai Shoniwa: 'My hair isn’t intimidating – it’s an expression of who I am'"


    A Chia-negress.

    Replies: @guest, @MBlanc46, @Charles St. Charles

    “My hair isn’t intimidating — it’s an affront to good taste.”

  18. @Buffalo Joe
    Could be time to reprise the musical "Hair" with an all black cast and the music in rap. Change the title too. Maybe, oh I don't know, "Don't Touch My Hairs." These people are wearing me out.

    Replies: @guest, @Lace the Artist Formerly Known as Race, @Charles St. Charles, @nokangaroos

    They’d have to take most of the humor and tongue-in-cheekiness out of it, because black hair is a serious thing. (Unlike anti-Vietnam war protests.)

    What does that leave? Nudity, I guess.

  19. @Mike Tre
    "Shingai Shoniwa: 'My hair isn’t intimidating – it’s an expression of who I am'"


    A Chia-negress.

    Replies: @guest, @MBlanc46, @Charles St. Charles

    Naughty. Very naughty.

  20. World War Hair bogs down into trench-warfare:

    I have to say, I’m looking forward to the WWH equivalent of mustard gas.

  21. @Wade Hampton

    "Black men are going to have to step up to protect the Black queen."
     
    Or else what?

    Candice Frederick issues diktats to black men. But black men don't seem to be particularly interested in black "queens" unless "de white women" aren't available. As the Belle of Amherst wrote "the heart wants what it wants -- or it does not care."

    Replies: @Anonymous, @AndrewR

    You’re right, Black men love smashing white gurls. You keep saying that whitie, I’m sure that’ll show those troublesome blacks who’s boss! lmao

    In case you’re too dimwitted to understand this (as, to be fair, are most whities), the concerted effort to hypermasculinize Black men and hypersexualize white gurls (particularly blondes) isn’t exactly something you should be celebrating as a whitie, but then again whites are born cucks.

  22. @Buffalo Joe
    Could be time to reprise the musical "Hair" with an all black cast and the music in rap. Change the title too. Maybe, oh I don't know, "Don't Touch My Hairs." These people are wearing me out.

    Replies: @guest, @Lace the Artist Formerly Known as Race, @Charles St. Charles, @nokangaroos

    LOL at “Don’t Touch My Hairs”. Good for African-American porn elements too.

  23. @Buffalo Joe
    Could be time to reprise the musical "Hair" with an all black cast and the music in rap. Change the title too. Maybe, oh I don't know, "Don't Touch My Hairs." These people are wearing me out.

    Replies: @guest, @Lace the Artist Formerly Known as Race, @Charles St. Charles, @nokangaroos

    These people are wearing me out.

    Negro Fatigue. It’s real.

  24. @Mike Tre
    "Shingai Shoniwa: 'My hair isn’t intimidating – it’s an expression of who I am'"


    A Chia-negress.

    Replies: @guest, @MBlanc46, @Charles St. Charles

    Shingai Shoniwa: ‘My hair isn’t intimidating – it’s an expression of who I am‘

    When your ability to make other, perhaps more rational, maybe even nearly grammatical, expression is severely limited by inherent cognitive deficiencies, hair speaks where words fail.

    BTW: “Shingai Shoniwa”?!

    • Replies: @Charlotte
    @Charles St. Charles

    It’s Zimbabwean, apparently. At first I thought it was a Japanese name.

    , @Foreign Expert
    @Charles St. Charles


    BTW: “Shingai Shoniwa”?!
     
    It means “infringe upon my small garden “ in pidgin Japanese.
  25. @Stan Adams
    Ugh. So tedious.

    Not knocking you, Steve. Someone has to slog through the swill churned out by the national press. Better you than me.

    I stopped by the mall on the way home to check out the Christmas decorations. Macy's had an elaborate setup, with giant candy canes and huge trees and shiny ornaments and Nutcracker statues galore; JCPenney had zilch. The main concourse was festooned with large holly branches hanging from the ceiling. There were no menorahs in sight.

    (Will it all be looted soon?)

    Aside from a token display in the window of the Disney store, the mall was completely bereft of any mention of Halloween. Not a pumpkin in sight.

    (No trick-or-treating this year, boys and girls. Because Cotona-chan and Orange Man Bad.)

    The restaurant where I ate lunch advertised pumpkin pie on the menu, but the waitress told me they were out. She brought me coffee even though I didn't order it, probably because of my ghostly pallor. Lately I've been drinking five or six cups a day. I've been averaging about four hours of sleep a night.

    (Will any of us be getting any sleep in the days to come?)

    I'm actively avoiding news about the election, except for the snippets I glean on sites such as this one. I don't want to talk about it; I don't want to think about it. Que sera, sera.

    Replies: @duncsbaby, @Jay Queue

    You need to switch to Sanka, Stan.

    • Replies: @Stan Adams
    @duncsbaby

    Didn't Steve work on some kind of project involving coffee commercials when he was in marketing?



    Two classics of the genre:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u1CCJLMusQw

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xoQw4grXALM

    Yesterday I awoke around midnight (having crashed after getting home around eight) and spent the next few hours working on my computer. I have a desktop with a large monitor on a table right next to the bed, so I can work lying down.

    At 5 I left the house and took a long walk, stopping at McDonald's to buy a cup of coffee and at Walgreens to get some laundry detergent. (My preferred time for going out is that golden hour between 6 and 7 a.m. when many stores are open but traffic is light because most people are still getting up.)

    For the lulz, I bought the dead-tree edition of the weekly black - sorry, Black - newspaper at Walgreens. (Yes, there is such a thing.) These days, it's virtually indistinguishable from The New York Times. To give you an idea, here's the front page from the week of George Floyd's funeral(s):

    https://i.ibb.co/wQLHF2Z/fee18c44.jpg

    Naturally, the front page of this week's issue is devoted to the election. Amusingly, Obama's first name is misspelled in the subhead:

    https://i.ibb.co/fFDLtfm/get-image.jpg

    I got back just as the sun was coming up, drank an entire pot of coffee, worked on the computer for several hours, drank another pot of coffee, attended a mind-numbingly boring Zoom meeting, and then left the house in the early afternoon to run some errands. I got back around 7, fell asleep around 8, and awoke around 1:30.

    Now it's 4 and I'm debating whether I want to go for another long walk. Today's schedule is comparatively light. I have a three-hour Zoom meeting starting at 9, and then I have to drop off some paperwork at a lawyer's office.

  26. @Charles St. Charles
    @Mike Tre


    Shingai Shoniwa: ‘My hair isn’t intimidating – it’s an expression of who I am‘
     
    When your ability to make other, perhaps more rational, maybe even nearly grammatical, expression is severely limited by inherent cognitive deficiencies, hair speaks where words fail.

    BTW: “Shingai Shoniwa”?!

    Replies: @Charlotte, @Foreign Expert

    It’s Zimbabwean, apparently. At first I thought it was a Japanese name.

  27. @Charles St. Charles
    @Mike Tre


    Shingai Shoniwa: ‘My hair isn’t intimidating – it’s an expression of who I am‘
     
    When your ability to make other, perhaps more rational, maybe even nearly grammatical, expression is severely limited by inherent cognitive deficiencies, hair speaks where words fail.

    BTW: “Shingai Shoniwa”?!

    Replies: @Charlotte, @Foreign Expert

    BTW: “Shingai Shoniwa”?!

    It means “infringe upon my small garden “ in pidgin Japanese.

    • LOL: Chrisnonymous
  28. @Harry Baldwin
    Our resident poet, the one they call Desanex, can kick Mega Mouth Slam-Can's ass limerick-wise.

    Replies: @the one they call Desanex, @Achmed E. Newman

    A limerick should be in anapestic meter—two unstressed syllables, then a stressed one. Also, it should be funny or clever.

    • Replies: @Harry Baldwin
    @the one they call Desanex

    I liked the part where Mega-Mouth Slam-Can adds a P.S. explaining that he tried really hard and put a lot of work into it. Every teacher who's had to give a student's paper a failing grade has heard that plea a thousand times.

    Try to read that limerick out loud and make it work. It's impossible.

  29. @duncsbaby
    @Stan Adams

    You need to switch to Sanka, Stan.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2U5OqjIiplI

    Replies: @Stan Adams

    Didn’t Steve work on some kind of project involving coffee commercials when he was in marketing?

    [MORE]

    Two classics of the genre:

    Yesterday I awoke around midnight (having crashed after getting home around eight) and spent the next few hours working on my computer. I have a desktop with a large monitor on a table right next to the bed, so I can work lying down.

    At 5 I left the house and took a long walk, stopping at McDonald’s to buy a cup of coffee and at Walgreens to get some laundry detergent. (My preferred time for going out is that golden hour between 6 and 7 a.m. when many stores are open but traffic is light because most people are still getting up.)

    For the lulz, I bought the dead-tree edition of the weekly black – sorry, Black – newspaper at Walgreens. (Yes, there is such a thing.) These days, it’s virtually indistinguishable from The New York Times. To give you an idea, here’s the front page from the week of George Floyd’s funeral(s):

    Naturally, the front page of this week’s issue is devoted to the election. Amusingly, Obama’s first name is misspelled in the subhead:

    I got back just as the sun was coming up, drank an entire pot of coffee, worked on the computer for several hours, drank another pot of coffee, attended a mind-numbingly boring Zoom meeting, and then left the house in the early afternoon to run some errands. I got back around 7, fell asleep around 8, and awoke around 1:30.

    Now it’s 4 and I’m debating whether I want to go for another long walk. Today’s schedule is comparatively light. I have a three-hour Zoom meeting starting at 9, and then I have to drop off some paperwork at a lawyer’s office.

  30. @Stan Adams
    Ugh. So tedious.

    Not knocking you, Steve. Someone has to slog through the swill churned out by the national press. Better you than me.

    I stopped by the mall on the way home to check out the Christmas decorations. Macy's had an elaborate setup, with giant candy canes and huge trees and shiny ornaments and Nutcracker statues galore; JCPenney had zilch. The main concourse was festooned with large holly branches hanging from the ceiling. There were no menorahs in sight.

    (Will it all be looted soon?)

    Aside from a token display in the window of the Disney store, the mall was completely bereft of any mention of Halloween. Not a pumpkin in sight.

    (No trick-or-treating this year, boys and girls. Because Cotona-chan and Orange Man Bad.)

    The restaurant where I ate lunch advertised pumpkin pie on the menu, but the waitress told me they were out. She brought me coffee even though I didn't order it, probably because of my ghostly pallor. Lately I've been drinking five or six cups a day. I've been averaging about four hours of sleep a night.

    (Will any of us be getting any sleep in the days to come?)

    I'm actively avoiding news about the election, except for the snippets I glean on sites such as this one. I don't want to talk about it; I don't want to think about it. Que sera, sera.

    Replies: @duncsbaby, @Jay Queue

    Que sera, sera.

    [MORE]

  31. Is that a tranny in the NPR tweet?

  32. @Barnard
    A seriously underrated reason for the struggles of black family formation is that the average black woman today sounds like she is going to make any man she is with completely miserable. They need a patriarchy with a serious emphasis on a man having a duty to provide financially for his family to reverse that trend.

    Replies: @AndrewR, @Neoconned

    A cursory study of their ancestral lands suggests that patriarchy might not be their natural state, even if it’s feasible in some contexts.

    • Replies: @kpkinsunnyphiladelphia
    @AndrewR

    In the world of culture and sociology, there there are two sides to the same coin: pretty lies and unspoken truths.

    So you have limited intellects like Barack Obama and cucks like George Will paying lip service to the "pretty lie" that one of the key problems with lower class black families is the absence of fathers and the failure to establish intact households-- the Daniel Moynihan thesis, George Will's political idol.

    Nope, because if you dig a little deeper, you'll fine the "unspoken truth" that really drives the dysfunction: viz., that lower class black society is matriarchal.

    The men could be around ALL the time, and the problem would still exist. I am convinced it's built into the biology.

    , @Aardvark
    @AndrewR

    The other cursory study of their ancestral homelands suggests large parts of the population have yet to engage in WWH...

  33. @Wade Hampton

    "Black men are going to have to step up to protect the Black queen."
     
    Or else what?

    Candice Frederick issues diktats to black men. But black men don't seem to be particularly interested in black "queens" unless "de white women" aren't available. As the Belle of Amherst wrote "the heart wants what it wants -- or it does not care."

    Replies: @Anonymous, @AndrewR

    If you read the article, you’d see that that is a quote from a male former Army officer.

  34. @JohnnyWalker123
    Does anyone here live in Michigan, Wisconsin, or Pennsylvania?

    Anybody here know what's happening on the ground over there? Is there a hidden Trump vote or is this over?

    Replies: @Paul Jolliffe, @Peterike, @AndrewR

    Suburban part of Michigan here. I see more Trump signs than Biden signs. Up north I saw lots of Trump flags. My aunt up north complained that someone destroyed her Biden sign while she was at Sunday Mass. I didn’t feel sorry for her because Biden sucks. So does Trump and, uh, my friend stole one moron’s Trump flag and threw it out. It felt good. Or so he said. In fairness to my aunt, she’s super anti war and Biden is less likely to get us into war with Iran.

    • Thanks: JohnnyWalker123
    • Troll: IHTG
  35. @Buffalo Joe
    Could be time to reprise the musical "Hair" with an all black cast and the music in rap. Change the title too. Maybe, oh I don't know, "Don't Touch My Hairs." These people are wearing me out.

    Replies: @guest, @Lace the Artist Formerly Known as Race, @Charles St. Charles, @nokangaroos

    It´s ME Hairs, you dysebonic wayciss. Mememe! 😛

  36. @the one they call Desanex
    @Harry Baldwin

    A limerick should be in anapestic meter—two unstressed syllables, then a stressed one. Also, it should be funny or clever.

    Replies: @Harry Baldwin

    I liked the part where Mega-Mouth Slam-Can adds a P.S. explaining that he tried really hard and put a lot of work into it. Every teacher who’s had to give a student’s paper a failing grade has heard that plea a thousand times.

    Try to read that limerick out loud and make it work. It’s impossible.

  37. @Barnard
    A seriously underrated reason for the struggles of black family formation is that the average black woman today sounds like she is going to make any man she is with completely miserable. They need a patriarchy with a serious emphasis on a man having a duty to provide financially for his family to reverse that trend.

    Replies: @AndrewR, @Neoconned

    Look at me!! I’m so pretty!! LOOK @ MY HAIR!!

    A former co-worker used to tell me “the 1st thing wrong with a woman is that she’s a woman……

    The 2nd thing wrong with a woman is that she’s a woman….

    The 3rd thing wrong with a woman is…..”

    Also ALL women are bipolar. So if a woman is bipolar shes bipolar squared….

    Anyway….given white birthrates the WF/BM thing is going away and fast. Scarcity breeds an increase in SMV and there’s no way white dudes will put up with feminism or womens rights after another generation or 2….white women will become scarce….maybe thats why both WF & BM are acting out like they are?

    WF realize that white men may even commoditize them. Saudi style. Set up a marriage legal structure. Ban female schooling. Ban female choice marriage. Set up a fugitive slave act thing for women who run away. Cops arrest women for curfew etc.

    Who’s going to step in to stop the alphas? The white knight cucks?

    And for the black dudes….their greatest fear is just that….having their balls clipped by their very own African Queens and being domesticated and put out to pasture to provide for all the kids they sire….instead of dumping the financing onus onto the taxpayer….

  38. Some compassion and lenity may be in order here. Having African hair, outside of an African climate and culture, does present a number of formidable difficulties.[1] As long as it’s just blacks unburdening themselves and commiserating with each other, this shtick seems innocuous enough and easy enough to ignore. Of course, as soon as it starts to berate and accuse non-blacks, it becomes a problem.
    ~ ~ ~Portrait of a Boy with a Falcon, Wallerant Vaillant (Flemish, Lille 1623–1677 Amsterdam)
    The Metropolitan Museum of Art

    Luxuriant hair. We tend to think of hair this long on a boy as effeminate, do we not? Would it have been viewed that way at the time?
    ~ ~ ~
    [1] From Race Does Not Exist, But Black Hair Does (iSteve, December 2019),
    Comment by BB753

    [MORE]

    To be fair, they say that black hair is a pain in the ass to maintain. It turns dry and falls, if you let a natural afro grow the curls become entangled and impossible to manage, even washing African hair is hard because it’s waterproof, so to speak, etc..
    Basically, black hair is not well adapted to a non-tropical setting, it needs plenty of hot humidity, so you gotta use tons of grease, either natural or artificial, to make it look good. But in a modern society, you cannot go around with unwashed hair because of the stench. Or overly treat your hair with tons of products with a funny smell. Most black men opt for a crew cut, or go bald, which doesn’t look good on them because of their smallish crania, and black women either straighten it out which basically forces them to go for the second option, wigs, once they lose their hair because relaxing your hair kills it in the long run, or, third option, let their hair grow and go for the rasta and weaves look, which is incredibly expensive to service and doesn’t look well unless you’re young and thin and pretty, in other words, one in a hundred black women.
    In other words, black hair is truly “The Black Man’s Burden”. Yes, there is a white and asian privilege, but it only relates to our naturally slick or wavy hair.

  39. @AndrewR
    @Barnard

    A cursory study of their ancestral lands suggests that patriarchy might not be their natural state, even if it's feasible in some contexts.

    Replies: @kpkinsunnyphiladelphia, @Aardvark

    In the world of culture and sociology, there there are two sides to the same coin: pretty lies and unspoken truths.

    So you have limited intellects like Barack Obama and cucks like George Will paying lip service to the “pretty lie” that one of the key problems with lower class black families is the absence of fathers and the failure to establish intact households– the Daniel Moynihan thesis, George Will’s political idol.

    Nope, because if you dig a little deeper, you’ll fine the “unspoken truth” that really drives the dysfunction: viz., that lower class black society is matriarchal.

    The men could be around ALL the time, and the problem would still exist. I am convinced it’s built into the biology.

  40. @OilcanFloyd
    This must be the dumbest era in history.

    Replies: @Rob McX, @AnotherDad

    Whenever you start thinking that way, just watch Idiocracy. We’ve about 10 IQ points to drop before we hit this.

  41. @Harry Baldwin
    Our resident poet, the one they call Desanex, can kick Mega Mouth Slam-Can's ass limerick-wise.

    Replies: @the one they call Desanex, @Achmed E. Newman

    There’s the one that we call Desanex,
    whose poetry really connects.
    Not this hacker on twitter.
    I’d call him a “splitter,
    were I British, but, no, I’m Tex-Mex.

    See teacher, I didn’t even use the words “Nantucket” or “sex”. Apologies for “connects”, which doesn’t truly rhyme.

  42. @anon
    Ok, here's one On Topic vid for the Boomers:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9XWmwvT8bCw


    Aaaaand this On Topic meme is for...everyone else.

    https://i.pinimg.com/236x/bc/d1/2d/bcd12d7e9c42bf85065b507f7d54b116--lol-memes-meme-meme.jpg

    Because the emotional work of dealing with every blakety-black-blak complaint is exhausting.

    Replies: @Pericles

    In other words, more blakkety-blak yakety-yak.

    A tip for some aspiring asian journalist: write My straight shiny flowing black hair is beautiful and you homegurls can’t have it.

  43. @OilcanFloyd
    This must be the dumbest era in history.

    Replies: @Rob McX, @AnotherDad

    This must be the dumbest era in history.

    It is. Because we have the dumbest, most toxic ideology in history–minoritarianism.

    No nation, race, culture, civilization has ever elevated its minorities above the interests of its own people.

    The proper choices of minorities in any civilization is either
    — integrate with the majority
    — accommodate yourself to the majority’s culture, norms
    — live separately accepting the majority’s political control
    — fight for your own separate nation
    or
    GTFO!

    But America’s Jews have successfully propagandized–slavery! the Holocaust!–this idea that the majority is supposed to accommodate itself to all these wonderful diverse minorities.

    Obviously you can’t have 31 different flavors of social norms and have any sort of harmony. Duh! That’s not what a “norm” means. But every minority in America has a Constitutional right–it’s in there somewhere–to be aggrieved by anyone else not loving them.

    End Jewish minoritarianism … you can have a nation again.

    As long as it’s the official ideology … you’ll need earplugs. And eventually Big Sister will come pull them out and pin your eyelids back to make you see.

  44. @Reg Cæsar

    Black men and women tell Emma Dabiri their often fraught hair stories. Plus: birdwatching and seal pupping in Autumnwatch.
     
    Someone's gonna pay for that juxtaposition.

    You know, these gals would do better at the singles bars if they didn't in general look like subjects for an Octonauts Creature Report. This one, I kid you not, features the spookfish:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HaDHD0fMg88

    Replies: @Aspiring Rapper and Honor Student

    Spookfish – great band name.

  45. According to psychologists the markers of beauty for our species are:

    Youth
    Gender fecundity markers (for women – hip-to-waist ratio, breasts, etc,)
    Good body and facial symmetry
    Averageness in facial proportions
    Grace
    Good scent
    Good skin; and
    Good hair

    Black women know that last one trips them up and puts them at a disadvantage in the dating game. And rather than accept and deal with it, they’d prefer our species upends 200,000 years of evolution and declare kinky hair the apex of feminine beauty. Good luck with that, black ladies.

  46. It was hard to see past Shingai’s dress to even notice she has hair.

  47. @AndrewR
    @Barnard

    A cursory study of their ancestral lands suggests that patriarchy might not be their natural state, even if it's feasible in some contexts.

    Replies: @kpkinsunnyphiladelphia, @Aardvark

    The other cursory study of their ancestral homelands suggests large parts of the population have yet to engage in WWH…

  48. I feel bad that I participated a bit. We had a new kid come to our Jr High School. He was completely white looking but he had kinky hair. As kinky as any black man. We called him Brillo. I still remember the hurt and confused look on his face. I still remember his name.

    As far as black women bragging about their kinky hair. I really like how they lie and claim that white women always want to touch it (that mess)— What Nicholas Stix said, “Blacks with their toxic levels of self esteem”. He posts here and at VDARE, I am misspelling his name.

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