Stating The Obvious 0420 – Don’t Lie About Things Which Can Be Objectively Proven or Disproved.
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Yes. It’s episode 420. Keep your stoner jokes to yourself.
The femistatist SJWs said they would deliver 10 actions in 100 days. They failed. No surprise there.
Here is the latest desperate cry for attention from the femistatists.
Orwellian Language Alert!
May Day: Beyond the Moment
The following statements have been written by The Majority, the Beyond the Moment Coalition, and Women’s March
For the 9th action in our 10 Actions / 100 Days Campaign, Women’s March, in partnership with our fellow Beyond the Moment coalition members, is engaging in a national campaign intended to expand and strengthen multi-racial, multi-sector and local long-term organizing capacity around the fight for justice, freedom and the right to live fully, with dignity and respect for all people. As part of The Majority – a newly-formed coalition of more than 50 organizations – we are mobilizing our movements to participate in May Day actions nationwide, and to do so with an understanding that patriarchy is not the only system oppressing women. Capitalism, militarism, anti-Blackness – which Martin Luther King, Jr. referred to as the “giant triplets” of oppression – as well as homophobic, transphobic, ableist, xenophobic, nationalist and ageist bigotry, are all deeply linked forces of oppression.
When telling a lie don’t lie about things for which there is empirical evidence that will reveal your lie.
Women do this all the time. Because women have no concept of consequences to their actions, inactions, decisions and behaviour. Women expect a man will always bail them out thus they pretend consequences do not exist.
The government, corporations, media and feminized men are all joining in the “no consequences” dance.
The president took office with record-low approval ratings and has finished his first 100 days in the same place. Through the chaos, the infighting and the setbacks, Mr. Trump’s supporters remain enthusiastic, even as they — and the rest of America — await what comes next.
“Record low approval ratings” is it?
When your wife has three horses what does she need?
Obviously two more horses.
When I say to stay away from women with dogs and horses I’m telling you this for a reason.
Don’t lie to me that a woman in a photo has her tits hanging out when I can look at the photo and see that her tits are not hanging out.
The Pink Floyd documentary about the Waters / Gilmour riff.
The Wall – Before and After
Which is apparently the same DVD as Whatever Happened To Pink Floyd?
More about the movie Passengers.
Many scientific and technical inaccuracies occur in this movie.
Rebecca Hawkes of The Telegraph described the film as not a romance but “a creepy ode to manipulation”, describing the action as a “central act of violence” that is softened and justified. Andrew Pulver of The Guardian called it an “interstellar version of social-media stalking” with “a fantastically creepy start” that, contrary to romantic comedies that manage to “plane down” the nastiness of stalking tactics, presents them in a way where “it’s gruesomely inescapable”. Alissa Wilkinson of Vox called it “a fantasy of Stockholm syndrome, in which the captured eventually identifies and even loves the captor” and “a really disturbing wish fulfillment fantasy”.
I don’t really disagree with that. That’s the point of good sci-fi. It serves as a thought experiment.
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