Friday, July 5, 2013

Ann Althouse Is A Bitch (And Everyone Should Know It)


Day 2 of Ann Althouse showing appreciation for her male readership the "losers" (her term) who frequent her blog:
"There are some really sad beta posturings in this thread.

 
Where is the self-respect?

 
Where is the awe over procreation?

 
Lame little men, whining about their meager money? 


No one cares about you, because no one should! 

 
Where is your aspiration? 
Where is your altruism? 

 
Why do you leave the house? 

 
You have your porn and your masturbation?

 
The alternative is true manhood, but is that something you are capable of? Apparently not!

 
I laugh in your scrunched up crying little face."

Let me point out there has been push-back by, both, men and women. And please, don't forget: 

If Glenn Reynolds really thought his wife's book was important - or even that voting for Obama was wrong for the country - he wouldn't support Althouse with links.


Nor should Ann's readers support her. They shouldn't buy from her portal. The University of Wisconsin should be hearing from somebody ("Is this what you guys consider professorial?") and she should, finally, be forced to publicly confront her wannabe-immasculating outlook.


Anything less means she's right to laugh at you, as far as I'm concerned,...
 

10 comments:

  1. Wisconsin should be hearing from somebody ("Is this what you guys consider professorial?")

    My thoughts exactly. I have taken screenshots in case it goes down the memory hole.

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  2. DBQ - here!

    You should meet PW,...

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  3. Althouse is a taker. FWIW, I have few stronger condemnations to make of a person than that.

    Frankly, rather than have her fired, I'd like her to become such a laughingstock that she can't control a classroom anymore and has to retire.

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  4. Wonder what the story is behind the tear she's on tonight. She's blown way past the high-water mark she set with her gay marriage extravaganza.

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  5. Thanks for the post. I just spent 2 hours over there wading through all the comments. I see all of you were there too. Thanks for making my Friday night weiner contemplation a success.

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  6. It's the University of Wisconsin -- they'd probably reward her...

    PW

    *yes, I would love to confront her and Dr. Helen -- I think they are both kinda missing the mark (but what the hell do I know; I'm just a dumb hick...whose daddy never had a "man cave", because he would have refused to be relegated to one in the first place...and Mom would have wondered if something was really going wrong if he had)

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  7. And may I suggest (after reading through a bit of that link) that we teach our children (both genders) that you don't play around with anyone you couldn't foresee having kids with (and being married to/having a family with)? In short, growing the eff up prior to age 30? Would probably go a long way to alleviating some of these problems without that sperm bank/vasectomy/Brave New World bs.

    PW

    *but again, dumb hick here...don't see a problem with having my kids married off before 25, as long as they realize they've signed on to being a grown up and have hopefully found somebody who also realizes that(which is me and my old man's job to remind them of if they should start to falter, even if it pisses them off, because that's our job...an often dirty one, but somebody has to do it)

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  8. Hah, "True manhood", she's attempting a Bill Bennett impression. Man up you peter pans! Altruism goes out the door when you hold guns to people's heads to pay for birth control.

    Biology trumps equality as long as it benefits the woman aka feminism 101.

    This all reminds me of that story I heard on Tom Lykis' radio show about the lawyer gal who tried to get pregnant from her lover's spent condom that he'd filled with arby's horsey sauce before tossing it in the trash. She sued him for damages and lost if I remember right.

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