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If the only way women can feel good about themselves is to believe that all men are idiots, I sure would hate to be a woman. That's pretty sad. Apparently, though, that's the formula that works in these "romcoms".
Main / Re: Men's Rights Movement Group at ASU
Feb 23, 2011, 05:20 PM
Yeah, if gender is a social construct, I'm going to start walking into all the "Women Only" facilities I can, and if people yell and scream I'll just tell them "Hey, chill. Gender is a social construct. Therefore, I'm a woman because I say I am."

Northrup's decision to default put Herkelman in the quarterfinals in the 112-pound weight class

Any word on how this girl did in the rest of the tournament? Being the only girl, she would have had to wrestle a boy in the quarterfinals. How did that go? Another default? Is she state champion now?

But it deprived her of the chance to show the skills that earned her a 20-13 pre-tournament record.

How did this girl practice? Did she only wrestle girls? Was this match to be her first one ever against a male? If she practiced with males, has anyone spoken to them about how they treated her? If she wrestled against males previously, what happened then? She has a 20-13 pre-tourney record, was this all against males?

I'm anxious to get more background here.
Main / Re: An old story came to mind
Feb 22, 2011, 07:51 PM
Similarly, I've always wondered why male actors in commercials even agree to play the doofus role. Are they that hard up for money? Walk away, dude. Have some pride.
Main / Re: Men's Rights Movement Group at ASU
Feb 22, 2011, 07:49 PM

they hit me with their feminist dogma of "all gender is a construct"

Funny how they DON'T say that when only men are getting attacked and put down.

Must be nice to have a totally unprovable retort like that. Nothing is absolute, everything is relative. Next time they say that, tell them there's no proof of that and move on.
Main / Re: Caption this if you can...
Oct 30, 2010, 11:26 AM
"I'll do anything for Dear Ol' Dad!"
Main / Re: What am I missing here???
Aug 25, 2010, 11:45 AM
Gotta love this Hardee's commercial, though. It takes a little dig at spoiled princesses.

(Their audio/video sync is terrible, but you'll get the idea...)

Receptionist- Hand Breaded Chicken Tenders

My wife and I both have many friends who are homosexual, and we are both convinced that homosexuality is not a "choice".
Main / Re: Where is
Jul 13, 2010, 02:08 PM
I just now tried it, and it came up for me.

Main / Re: America: The Day the Dream Died
Mar 22, 2010, 08:28 AM

Guys, I understand where you're comin' from, but don't let it eat at you. This isn't something new with Obamacare. The basic drawback of any democracy occurs when the electorate discovers it can vote to receive benefits from the treasury. This causes the inevitable fiscal collapse, which is where we are headed. We are all pretty much guilty of it to varying degrees - look at all the government subsidized benefits which we all take advantage of. In addition, we maintain a military budget and wars which are simply not sustainable.

Alexis de Toqueville said as much in his 1835 book "Democracy in America". And go to the Heritage Foundation's website ( and look up their recent study on "Dependence on Government survey". Not a fun read at all.

Remember how we were told there was a budget surplus back in the Clinton years? It was a lie. The government's own numbers prove it was a lie. Check out the history of the national debt at the US Treasury's own web site. The debt has gone up every year since about 1958.

I think maybe there's some confusion about this. Yes, the national debt has never been "zero" since 1958 or whatever. I believe that the claim about "budget surplus" really meant FOR THAT YEAR, income exceeded outgo, and thus the national debt actually went down slightly.

A lot of people took that statement to mean something it didn't, but I didn't hear any Democrats trying to correct people, they obviously enjoyed the mistaken assumption.
Main / Re: Just a thought...
Mar 10, 2010, 09:31 PM
Agreed. We hand too much power to women by watching them write about us and then discussing what they said.

And then we say that women shouldn't have any commentary about men, shouldn't define men: let men define men!

Well, agreed -- let's do it! Let's us men define us men. Let us write about us!

And while we're at it, why don't we return that other favor, too: why don't we men write about women and muse about their lives, their station, what inherent flaws they should strive to overcome for the sake of all humanity.

... which, again, is why I advocate a Man Strike.

Men's labor is so vital to the well being of the country, that a national security alert would be called and all men participating in a man strike would be ordered back to work or thrown in jail.

Ordered by whom? Thrown in jail by whom? Jails run by whom?

... which, again, is why I advocate a Man Strike.

In mere hours, Western Civilization would collapse.

When you're being taken for granted, and abused in the process, ya gotta get their attention somehow.

... which, again, is why I advocate a Man Strike.

Hey Scarbo, my office is located in Wexford. I hear their ads all the time on 104.7; Quinnn and Rose.

Wexford... where? Ireland? That's the only Wexford I know of.

I'm in St. Louis, I hear their ads on local radio.