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    Bachelors and encouraging more of 'em

    Get them to read this just read the "trophy husband" and her motives she brazenly boasts. Too too many women have said to me "men are stupid"

    To which you should reply some are bachelors. However many men seem to me to be very naff or niave about womens motives. Women have also told me how hard it is to find a good man, among all the other cliches.
    The truth is its hard to find a good woman.I have always assumed the worst. I remain thank God a bachelor after some foolhardy realtionships.
    Closing the door on the dating game has for me after a time become easy I do many other things.
    Any way young men read below what superficial dishonest trash they are reading in womens mags, and the siren voices of the media promising wealth and power and how to snag a man :

    http://www.pinkbible.com/

    The wise man sees thinks reasons. He learns and he should warn his younger brothers of the "huntress" the adventuress and the misery she will bring him.
    Manipulation is dishonest and selfish and vile . Its repulsive you have been warned .
    feminism is a disease the Doc is working on a cure. Symptoms include compulsive liar, constant aggression, allergic to logic, often affects women who are fat with short hair and big earings, but can be normal looking.
    Reason tablets three taken daily. If the sufferer displays shaming tactics double the dose. Remarkably the illness disappears in disaster zones.

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    Re: Bachelors and encouraging more of 'em

    bachelors are the major threat to feminism, also called free men, these individual males are not on the end of a leash held by his crazy,conniving,greedy,( a few more traits that I could list that wouldnt fit here, oh wait...) wife.

    I imagine if a poll here was addressed to all the males here asking if they were married or not, Im positive that the majority would be bachelors.

    bachelor = free thinking man = bad for feminism.

    we must save our brothers from marital bondage, once men are free, feminism will fall rather quickly, I assure you.

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    Re: Bachelors and encouraging more of 'em

    I did a blog post on 'The Pink Bible' a couple of months ago. MarkyMark posted my article on his blog and added his comments to my own. Between the two of us I think we did a pretty good job tearing it apart. Here's the link if anybody would care to check it out.

    http://markymarksthoughts.blogspot.c...ter.html#links
    "Every noble impulse, every unselfish expression of love; every brave suffering for the right; every surrender of self to something higher than self; every loyalty to an ideal; every unselfish devotion to principle; every helpfulness to humanity; every act of self-control; every fine courage of the soul, undefeated by pretense or policy, but by being, doing, and living of good for the very good’s sake—that is spirituality." -David O. McKay

    For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places. Ephesians 6:12

    http://equalbutdifferent.blogspot.com/

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    Re: Bachelors and encouraging more of 'em

    Thanks for that Kim. I read some womens magazines at work and its the sames shallow dishonest stuff.

    Reading it always makes me glad I am a bachelor. As for this advice on getting rid of undesirable men. She describes many mens experience of approaching women for dates:

    "some women erroneously imagine that these tactless losers have feelings.....If you fail to deal with them ruthlessly, the will never quit pestering you....Employ statements like, "You disgust me," "Nobody could ever love you," and "Never look my way again you vile carnival sideshow."

    So- some women get pestered .I dont know how many men do this but there surely arent so many? This leaves the cocky types the PUAs who practice a game plan that eerily echoes the "Pink Bible"
    "Help he is in control "its says on their forum. Maybe they were made for each other.
    No matter she and many women dont see the "nice guys" who get wearied of the response above and dont bother asking again.

    Any man dating now work place or any where else runs the risk of sexual harassment.

    I think "dating" and" chatting up "strangers is a pointless soul destroying exercise, I always did. I always dated women I knew first. I now get asked out by women. Now I am the one who politely declines.
    feminism is a disease the Doc is working on a cure. Symptoms include compulsive liar, constant aggression, allergic to logic, often affects women who are fat with short hair and big earings, but can be normal looking.
    Reason tablets three taken daily. If the sufferer displays shaming tactics double the dose. Remarkably the illness disappears in disaster zones.

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    I just have to share this. I am shocked.

    I left my bosses house today hearing from her (an old school feminist and her youngest son) about a wedding where he is a grooms man and how 5 of the grooms mens plus groom will be at her house tomorrow to change and catch the limousine. So she has the duty to keep the groom sober. lol

    But then I come home and one of my sons friends walks in after work to tell my son "Do not get married". And then he tells him all the reasons why it is not worth it.

    To top it off my eldest son already knows. I never shared this with them.

    And then my ears hear that my youngest son has already come to that conclusion. He has no intentions of getting married. Mind you his has intentions of being a very successful builder and owning 4 or so homes. But my gosh he is only 16.

    Holy cow. This bachelorhood is far reaching.

    I am not going to be a grandmother.
    Ignorance is the Oppressor, Vigilance the Liberator.

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    Re: Bachelors and encouraging more of 'em

    Quote Quote from julie View Post
    I just have to share this. I am shocked.

    I left my bosses house today hearing from her (an old school feminist and her youngest son) about a wedding where he is a grooms man and how 5 of the grooms mens plus groom will be at her house tomorrow to change and catch the limousine. So she has the duty to keep the groom sober. lol

    But then I come home and one of my sons friends walks in after work to tell my son "Do not get married". And then he tells him all the reasons why it is not worth it.

    To top it off my eldest son already knows. I never shared this with them.

    And then my ears hear that my youngest son has already come to that conclusion. He has no intentions of getting married. Mind you his has intentions of being a very successful builder and owning 4 or so homes. But my gosh he is only 16.

    Holy cow. This bachelorhood is far reaching.

    I am not going to be a grandmother.
    You can share some of mine.

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    Re: Bachelors and encouraging more of 'em

    On one page of the book it says the following

    Men count, women calculate.
    If this is true, then why are the majority of people who seriously study mathematics, men?

    Men forget, women remember.
    Then why are most historians men?

    There are other inaccuracies as well

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    Re: Bachelors and encouraging more of 'em

    How could you possibly doubt that women are more calculating than men?

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    Quote Quote from christianj View Post
    You can share some of mine.
    Thank-you Christianj, you are so kind.

    But my children are the eldest great grandchildren. Oh, this is so sad.
    Ignorance is the Oppressor, Vigilance the Liberator.

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    Thank-you Christianj, you are so kind.

    But my children are the eldest great grandchildren. Oh, this is so sad.
    And this is on both sides of the family. My brothers and brother in laws are in for a big shock. hehehe.

    They think that these are loser fathers speaking out. Oh, gosh. This is going to hit home big time.
    Ignorance is the Oppressor, Vigilance the Liberator.

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    Quote Quote from TheOldOligarch View Post
    How could you possibly doubt that women are more calculating than men?
    Only calculating in satisfying short term ends.


 

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