Saturday, March 9, 2013

Of Mice And Men (Post-Modern Or Something Else Dirty)


Wow - I don't know which has flabbergasted me more - that Ann Althouse blogged an issue that matters (she's handily beating Glenn Reynolds on that score right now) or that she was capable of noticing anything significant through that fog of feminist nonsense she wallows in:
The stereotypical traditional male works so that a woman would have him and he could have love. Love was the end, not the means. If, for the woman, love is the means and the end is career advancement... then what? And why?
Hmmm. I'd say, despite their - and their equally-untrustworthy gay supporters' - claims to the contrary (and it's only through ignorant self-questioning men of the past believing/accepting such claims we find ourselves here, culturally) it adds up to the fact many women ARE the historical/hysterical liars portrayed through history, and they - and their phony "arguments" - aren't worth a decent man's time in the modern era. That's straight talk, right?

This is, possibly, why many women today cry they don't have a man (follow Ann's link) can't find a man (I'm starting to feel sorry for Taylor Swift,...) have found themselves with this guy (Notice the lie that woman is "intelligent"?) or (as in the case of Ann and Meade) find lapdogs to blind ambition* hoping to lick up the juice (I notice feminists are never with folks who already define and possess it - in the end it comes down to a beta "getting some" for support, whether deserving or not. And she, a professor!)

In other words, Mrs. Alan Alda, it's all another form of self-help, at other's - and thus society's - expense. Hardly shocking anymore, really. Fuck 'em all, male and female alike - Oprah says:

Women have used deception  - the "what" and "why" - on others, and themselves, because most are afraid of a fight, or even a challenge, since they know in their heart they'll fail. 

And this nation, raised by such liars and losers, has been peddling lies and loss.

As Phil Donahue used to say, the result is obvious.

"Ooooh, love to love ya, bay-bay,..."

* How many years has the question "What do women want?" been posed without anyone providing a clear answer? In the end, feminism's been nothing more than an, obvious, long-haul con game featuring a lot of marks - including, especially, it's children.

And there ain't nothing "nice" about that,...