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Main / Feminist Dream Date
Aug 30, 2013, 12:35 PM
It's a little dry and slow, but the point is made I think. The comments section on youtube is great!


A Feminist's Dream Date
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Main / Oh this is just TOO delicious!!
Mar 13, 2013, 09:58 AM
For those that don't know me, I am well known in my field by law enforcement of all stripes in canada as the "go to guy" for martial arts/self defence training as well as firearms, chemical agents, hand cuffing, batons, SCBA, etc, etc. I'm not trying to toot my own horn, just giving a glimpse of some background info.

I have been asked to give seminars for various law enforcement agencies and SWAT teams in Canada because I understand the Use of Force Management Model they must abide by since I deal with it every day in the field as well.

I was just contacted by federal law enforcement to ask if I would train and Internationally known Women's Rights Activist who's life has been threatened and is currently in hiding.  :laughing6:  In true female form she has been blabbing to whomever will listen as to who she is and what the current threats are against her!!!  :rolle:  :BangHead:

I'm quite torn on this because although I despise femi-twits; I don't believe in stoning women to death, honour killings, etc; which is the type of activism this woman is involved in from the mid east. She sounds like a loon as well from her description and interviews that have been conducted by people on the way up the ladder to me.

This should be interesting, and I'll keep you posted if it turns out she's your typical feminist dirtbag. 
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Main / Bill Burr: You people are all the same
Sep 20, 2012, 06:19 PM
I just finished watching comedian "Bill Burr: You people are all the same"  comedy special and he goes in depth on many topics that affect men. Unfair divorce laws, domestic violence double standards, gold digging women etc.

He starts in on these subjects about half way through the special. It's pretty funny how uncomfortable the audience gets at times, but he does a good job even pointing out double standards in how people can react to men's trials and tribulations and womens.

I highly recommend it, I was laughing throughout and I think he opened some peoples eyes.
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Main / A facebook argument with a feminist
Mar 13, 2012, 05:20 PM
I just thought this was a funny exchange I had with a woman on facebook. It shows the entitlement mentality that a lot of women have and the inability to discern "need" from "want".  She had the whole hyphenated last name, girl power schtick going on. :laughing6:


Thread Starter:  So if you park in the disabled spot and don't have a permit itks ok as long as you put your 4 way flashers on? Ok thanks lazy woman in Gan!

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Hyphenated entitled feminist:  Oh I hate that! One time I asked an older couple not to forget their baby in the car while they went into Subway. When they looked at me like I was crazy I said... oh I'm sorry it's because you are parked in the parking resevered for Moms and babies and although you do look big I don't think your pregnant, just lazy. They replied...go BLEEP yourself. I guess for them those two empty parking spots beside were just too far for them to walk.

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Assault; Being pregnant isn't a disability...it's a choice. Disabled parking makes sense, pregnant/lazy/fat parking doesn't.
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Hyphenated entitled feminist: For sure the disablility parking is needed but so is the Mom and tots parking. It might not be the same in your eyes but this has to be coming from a guy who has never tried to carry two toddlers and a new born while holding onto a bunch of groceries and a stroller at the same time. Oh, and I never said pregnancy was a disability but I'll tell you, if it were the men that were the ones pregnant they would want the parking close, believe me. So although I agree with your comment of the fat and lazy, I disagree with the pregnancy part. Sorry.
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Assault:  No need to be sorry, I just believe women are equal to men and can handle the same responsibilities. And despite your assertion that I never carried my two young children, groceries, stroller etc in and out of the store, I in fact, did it just fine thank you.
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Hyphenated entitled feminist:  Its very good that you did carry your children, groceries and stroller and the same time. As for the equal rights to men and women...I'm all for it. I do believe however that women or men do deserve the Mom and tots parking spots as well. I wasn't trying to disrespect any good Dad's out there but when men say that pregnancy or Mom's don't deserve a break..humm...that kind of makes me mad. I think many women would agree with me on that topic.
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Thread starter:  Ok enough about the mom spots, they are a courtesy, not mandated.
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Hyphenated entitled feminist:  Hey..shut up you! But ok ...........enough about the Mom spots (but I'm right) ;)) and I never said they were mandated.
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On a MMA board I frequent someone posted "poor women" rant about how immature men are and how women can't find a good one. The following posts warmed my old heart to see the vast majority of men who "get" it.

http://www.mixedmartialarts.com/mma.cfm?go=forum_framed.posts&forum=2&thread=1964490&page=1&pc=182
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Check out this campaign. I've already grown the Magnum PI and I may try for the Old West Villain by the end of the month.   :toothy9:

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Movember Canada Intro
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Hi guys, I've been here for a number of years and some of you may remember the crap I went through during my divorce. Basically the same old song and dance that many men  have suffered, with jail time, sex abuse allegations etc.

Well I have a question I'm hoping you can help me with. Without making a long boring story, basically my ex wife will not give our daughter (who will be 16 in June) her birth certificate so my daughter can in turn get a SIN and look for a job etc. I'd also like to get her a passport to take her on a vacation. Every time my daughter asks for her birth certificate my ex wife either hits her or grounds her and says no.

My daughter is angry and afraid. She wants to move out and live with her friends parents when she turns 16, but she doesn't want to be a burden and she wants to contribute financially. I asked my ex wife to give me her bc so I could do all the work and pay for it etc. She told me to "fuck off" (she's a piece of work, I know)

My question is this; should I go the family court route to get my daughters property for her or should I drive down to her city and have my daughter file a police report? I'm thinking the police report might avoid all the hassle with fem-nazi court...er I mean family court.

Any ideas?
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This cab driver is accused of raping 4 women passengers because he won't let them smoke in his cab AND they commit theft by demanding they won't pay for the cab fare. The police are called and the criminals tell the police he raped them etc until he tells the police he videotapes his cab from a dash camera.

The police don't file charges against him OR the 4 friggen WOMEN!! Are you kidding me??! It's on camera!! I'm so disgusted with the police and justice system as well as most women it's not even funny.

Here's the link
http://www.cbc.ca/canada/edmonton/story/2009/05/15/edmonton-cab-driver-lawsuit.html

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Main / The word is spreading...slowly
Sep 16, 2008, 09:08 AM
I frequent a mixed martial arts board called MMA.tv There are many men on there posting differing views on issues but time and time again I see post like this one regarding feminist hatred for Sarah Palin;

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I find this feminazi attack on Palin amusing.

Whenever a woman gets ahead, uglier less popular women try and drag her down.

The feminist establishment hates Palin because she is sucessful and powerful in a way that none of the feminist elite have ever been sucessful. The fullnes of Palins personal and professional life stands in contrast to the barren pathetic and increasingly marginal feminist movement.

http://www.mixedmartialarts.com/mma.cfm?go=forum_framed.frame&page=1

There were quite a few people in agreement with the above statement. It warms my heart to see this kind of thing on a non-MRA message board!! :love5:


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Main / OT; My club's Highlight video
Apr 12, 2007, 02:43 AM
Hey guys, I made my first attempt at creating a highlight video for my MMA club and I thought I'd share and see what you think.  :greener:

For some reason it became a little grainy during the transfer to youtube, sorry.  :rolle:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S3jXZjQrAeA

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Main / Need to refute femnazi stats
Mar 05, 2007, 07:50 PM
Hey guys, there is this women fighters against domestic vilence campaign over at one of the fight forums I frequent. Here are the stats one of the women displayed and I'm hoping some of our more knowledgable members can help me refute the usual sexism and feminist myths.

This is a forum that is viewed by literally tens of thousands of men a day so the answer will be seen by many.

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Child abuse is reported on an average of every 10 seconds and 3 children die every day as a result of such abuse.

Domestic violence is the #1 cause of birth defects according to the March of Dimes.

67% of abusers also abuse their children.

30% of all murders are women being killed by their partners

1 in every 3 women is a victim of domestic violence at some time in their life.

Domestic violence is the leading cause of injury to women age 15 to 44.

In 87% of violent homes, children witness the battering.

15 - 25% of pregnant women are battered.

Up to 50% of all homeless women in the country are fleeing from domestic violence.

75% of emergency room visits by battered women occur after they have been separated.

About 2,000 of America's infants and young children die each year due to domestic violence.

A Woman is beaten every 9 seconds in the U.S


Do your thing fellas!  :greener:
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I just received this e-mail from my ex wife. I'm not sure if anyone remembers my story, but basically she did the usual; infidelity, false reports, child abuse accusations, etc. etc.

Anyway, she moved to a city 4 hours away with our daughter (who is 11)  because my ex wife's reputation was getting so bad in our city that she could no longer handle the backlash she was recieving.

So she moved my daughter to a much larger city and into a housing complex. I've been worried about my daughters safety for some time now.....

Well, my fears seem to have come true;

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There's been an incident at school and T***** wants you to know about it
....but she wants me to tell you.

A boy at her school that she was going out w/ said something bad about
her and she broke up w/ him. He then started sexually harassing and
intimidating her and 11 of her friends. To her friends he was holding
them down or causing pain and forcing them to say sexually explicit
things in order to be let go. And threatening to smash a brick in their
face if they didn't do/say what he wanted. And blackmailing them to do
what he wanted by threatening to tell the whole school their private
secrets. He also did this w/ t*****.

One of the things she told him,
which I just found out about because of all of this...was back in
kingston, at one of the cyberzone dances, an older boy shoved t****'s
hand down his pants and made her feel his dick. She hadn't told anyone
about that except TJ and two girls here in Kitchener. Last night TJ made a
website about t**** that contained pornographic material and saying
that she engaged in all that. It did not contain her pictures or her
last name but most of her class has probably seen it.
www.freewebs.com/king202 don't know if it's still up. There is a police
investigation, obviously, for cyber-bullying and sexual harassment. I
don't know much more than that at this point. Other than, she'll be
seeing a counselor.

I think she would like to hear from you, maybe if you can send a
separate email letting her know you know what happened. Or you can call
her even. Her cell is ********. Her lunch break is at 1pm. She is
out of school at 3 pm.

Leah


The last part of the e-mail refers to some kid named TJ. I assunme this is one of her old classmates, although I'm not sure.

This pisses me off to no end. My ex wife did nothing to prepare our daughter for moving into a big city. It was all going to be roses and sunbeams. I can't help but associate this incident with our divorce and the subsequent hours and hours my daughter is alone now while my ex wife goes out to the gym, works, goes clubbing with guys, etc. My 17 year old son moved out of my ex wife's house a year ago because she was abusive toward him, so now my daughter has literally NO ONE to turn to for help. It saddens me. It also disgusts me that I was forced out of my childrens lives for a failed social experiment and they will pay the price for the rest of thier lives.

I'm also wondering if my ex wife isn't showing our daughter the path to victimhood that worked so well for her. Although the incident is serious, I don't think my daughter will need to see a counsellor or a shrink of any kind.

And finally, once again Dad will have to come and fix the screw ups that MOM allowed to happen.  This isn't the first time I've received a "clean up" e-mail from my ex wife. It seems men aren't needed in our society....until things start to get "icky".

Sorry for the vent.  ::)
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Main / OT - My last fight
Dec 19, 2006, 05:55 AM
I don't know if anyone is interested, but here are some pics of my last fight in September. I had to cut too much weight to make the weigh in and I gassed out midway through the first. I ground out the next round but gave up with 6 sconds left of the fight.   :-\   :D

I'm the guy in the black shorts that looks lie he's gonna puke!! Ha haha!!







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Main / Any anti-feminist jokes?
Sep 06, 2006, 11:50 AM
I'd like to send some humourous e-mails to my friends, and I think one way to get the message out and get people talking is through humour.

Anyone have some good jokes such as the one posted on another thread?..Q: What do you call 5,000 feminists at the bottom of the ocean?

A: A Good Start   :lol:
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Main / HA ha!! One for ME!!!
Jul 04, 2006, 07:24 PM
I went to family court the other day to change my child support order with my ex wife. My 16 year old son has moved out of her house, leaving my daughter still in her care only.

I finally got my ex to agree to let me split the child support so I can continue to pay me son directly and then I'll still pay for my daughter through the courts.

We showed up at the court house and the FEMALE legal counsel takes us in her office. Upon explaining the situation, the lawyer says "Um..this is highly irregular. I'm not sure what to do, because one parties interests may not be the same as the others."

Me: So, what you're saying is you know my ex wife can get more money out of me since the child support laws state that if one child moves out, the child support is increased for the other, right?

I assume you also know that the intention is that BOTH parties will pay money to the independent child. Since my ex wife isn't willing to give our son money, I would then be effectively paying an increase in child support?

Lawyer: Yes, I know that.

Me: Well, since this is consentual all you have to do is the paperwork.

Lawyer; (in a disgusted voice) Well, why are you continuing to give your son money anyways?!!?

Me: (Looking her directly in the eye) Because he's my son and I don't throw my children away for money. Isn't all this family court and feminist dogma FOR THE CHILDREN anyway? Aren't we supposed to be working for the best interest of the children?? Not the mother, right?

Lawyer: (She's pissed now) Right.

She wouldn't even look at me for the rest of the process, and basically threw the paperwork my way whenever I had to sign.

I was elated!!

On a side note, my ex wife was VERY uncomfortable to be there since I was taling circles around her (not hard), and my girlfriend was with me as well, and the ex wife stormed out in a huff.


HA hahah!! Score one for me!!  Fuck family court!!! :lol:  :lol:
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Main / Canadian Child support insanity
Jun 02, 2006, 02:32 PM
My 16 year old son has moved out of my ex wives house. He was sick of her fighting with him and being treated badly by her.

I e-mailed my ex wife to say she needs to contact Family Responsibility Office (FRO) ASAP. She just e-mailed me back and said that FRO told her we need to go back to COURT in order to terminate the child support payments. I can't believe we have to waste court time to reaffirm and already agreed upon divorce settlement!!!

I have a bad feeling about this. I can see the courts ordering me to pay my ex wife more money on order to make up the money she will lose from my son moving out. That whole transfer of wealth thing for you know the "Equal" women in our lives that can do everything men can do, but for some reason can't afford to feed themselves.

Excuse my language for a moment but; FUCKING LIBERAL BEURACRACY!! God I hate Canada more and more!! :evil:
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Main / Women only seminar?
Mar 15, 2006, 02:44 PM
At a MMA forum I frequent, there was a posting about a free seminar for women only. I pointed out the sexism and hopefully it will open some eyes. :P

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Attention LADIES: Toronto BJJ will be hosting another Women's Open Matt, this time with BJJ Black Belt Leo Santos holding a seminar. As always, this event is FREE to any women interested (all levels welcome)!
We will be starting the seminar at 11am on Sunday March 19th at the new Bloor & Christie location (for exact address visit www.torontobjj.com). It will run until 2pm and we will have time to roll, so bring your gi and no-gi gear.

Any questions feel free to email me at [email protected].

Guys please pass this on :)

Thanks, yael


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WOOHOO!

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Free seminar with LEo Santos did you say??? I may have to break out the wig and oranges once again !

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WOO HOO! Can't wait! See all you ladies there!

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For some reason I see about 20 guys showing up in drag.

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"For some reason I see about 20 guys showing up in drag." dominoe you gona be the leader of the pack? Please, no miniskirts.

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Baleia, u won't need those oranges! :)





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WTF! My kingdom for some boobs!

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ttt

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Not to step on anyone's toes, but does anyone else find this really sexist?
Wouldn't feminists be freaking out if there were Men only free seminars?



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I think it's cool way to give back to the art and try and promote growth.

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Hey Rob, I get what you're saying..but the initial idea for these 'events' was to have organized open matts for women specifically because a)some women, especially those new to the sport, don't feel comfortable training with men, and more importantly b) there's not a lot of women in the sport, especially in canada (compared to the states/brazil) so it's a good way to give women the rare chance to train with one another.
The seminars that have been taking place, including Leo's, are additions to the open matts...when someone offers to do a free seminar, we're not going to say no. I've organized open matts that didn't include a seminar....

I don't know if that makes it any better...and personally i'm all about equality...but women are a minority in the sport and i'm just trying to motivate them to train....I apologize if you're offended.

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Rob,
Stop being such a woman.

;)


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I figured you're trying to promote the sport, and quite frankly I think it's a great idea. I just wanted to point that out to make people stop and think the next time they hear some feminist shrew scream about "Equaliteeeeee!!!!"
Sometimes it's ok to have seperate events for the sexes. The world won't end.

Good luck, we need more women in the sport.






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"Rob, Stop being such a woman.
;) "

*untucks twig and berries*

:p
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I honour of International Women's Day, my girlfriend apporached me at the gym while I was working out and handed me a single rose with a card that says "Happy International women's day. One rose that WILL NOT find itself in a women's clutches!!"

Ha hahah!!! It was great!!! She actually mentioned that alot of women and men were agreeing with her today that this "holiday" is complete and utter bullshit.

What a great woman she is....I think I'll keep her. :wink:
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Main / Ride for Dads!
Feb 10, 2006, 02:39 PM
I went to the Scotiabank this afternoon and as I was speaking to a financial service woman, I happened to look on her desk and noticed a donation box for prostate cancer!

The campaign was called "Ride for Dads". I assume it is some sort of motorcycle ride for men's health concerns. I was speechless for a moment, before I pulled out my two dollars and put it in the box. I received a nifty little rubber bracelet that says "Fight prostate cancer. Motorcyle ride for dads." And it has the Scotiabank logo on it.

I'm going to investigate further.  8)

Go Scotiabank!!!  :)
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Main / Off topic: My new motorcycle
Feb 03, 2006, 10:31 AM
I realize this is totally off topic, but I just thought I'd show you guys the 2001 katana I just bought for myself. I had to sell my old bike to pay bills during my divorce so it's going to be great to b back on the road again!!!
8)  8)