Monthly Archives: December 2019

How to help fatherlessness women make better choices about men and marriage

Originally posted on WINTERY KNIGHT:
Here’s some helpful advice for women about choosing a man I found a YouTube video featuring a conversation about the fundamental problem that I see with young, unmarried women: their decision to have recreational premarital…

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Pro liberty? Ok, Boomer

Originally posted on The Lexet Blog:
What tea partiers, boomers, and libertarians all agree on One of the biggest ironies life has to offer are American “conservatives” who are 50 years and older. I’m tired of these fools who destroyed…

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Step 0: Giving the Effective Level of F*cks

I, in no way want you to mistake this for self-help. (George Carlin said it best: “If you’re reading it in a book, folks, it ain’t self-help, it’s help.”) I just want you to know the step that I mention … Continue reading

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Inhumane Resources: Don’t Start by Making Your Bed

Most everyone that has made their rounds in the inspirational/self improvement circles knows about Admiral McRaven’s (paraphrased) words of advice: Making your bed means, no matter how bad the rest of your day gets, you have accomplished at least one … Continue reading

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How Walter Sobchak Failed the Dude/Lebowski

I remember watching the Big Lebowski for the first time many moons ago. I enjoyed it, with its zany characters and relatable “anti-hero”. But years later, one character bugged me the most; Walter Sobchak. Walter is a high strung and … Continue reading

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Dangerous Ideas: Outsourcing Dealing With People

I was pondering the idea of “outsourcing dealing with people”. The irony is that I was hit with this outside scoop of an idea when my co-worker was being threatened with a padded room. I want you to think about … Continue reading

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The Boston Tea Party: A Blip in History

This date in history: December 16th, 1773 near Griffin’s Wharf, a group of drunken assholes dressed like North American Indians “go to town” wrecking the cargo of a ship. Many people in the United States called this The Boston Tea … Continue reading

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Repost: Let Us Take Thanks

  ***Re-blog from Hunter Drew via Barbarian Rhetoric. It is the weekend. I generally like to highlight other people’s work and not do anything until the week. I enjoyed this piece. “Thanks” is something that should be weighted and used … Continue reading

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Winners and Losers in the Marriage Marketplace

Originally posted on Hommunism News:
(source) Only about half of all Americans are married now, down from more than 72 percent in the 1960s — and the declines continue. Worse, the share of Americans who have never married has been rising…

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Let Us Not Do “The Repeater”

When I was sitting with an old friend the other day; I found myself cracking a joke repeating a line from the first Super Troopers movie; the scene when Officers Foster and Womack discussed playing games while on patrol. During … Continue reading

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