Now, you would think—being SO fucking hungry—that the fat chick would have been the first one out of her chair, trampling over others and herself to get first in line at the McDicks. However, like me, you would be surprised that she didn’t. She sat there with the other chick while they made their boyfriends go and get the food.
Classic. You Western men just don’t get it, do ya?
This goes back to hunter-gatherer times. Men go and hunt/get the food while the women sit on their fucking ass and do what they do best; wait around, chit-chat and complain why it is taking so long.
Women are lazy, even when they are starving.
It’s amazing that this shit still plays out in “MODERN TIMES”. We humans, no matter how much you social justice/social engineering idiots think you can change people with feminism/equalizing agendas, will never get rid of tens of thousands of years worth of hard-wiring and genetic programming. You are a fucking fool to think otherwise.
What was witnessed there in the gate was the men going on a hunting excursion—albeit not lengthy—to the McDonalds that was 50 ft away instead of setting out to bag a boar. It’s the same exact thing. All the while the women are back at camp (the gate) sitting on their starving asses laughing at shit on their phones, showing each other the stupid shit on their phones, and looking back toward the direction of the McDonalds to see if there is any hope that their boyfriends are coming back soon from fetching them their McMuffins.
The problem today is that women are ungrateful for anything men do. At least back in the days of old women would cook and clean and keep the hut organized and drain your nut bag. Today they just sit around, don’t know how to cook a fucking thing and would rather order in. Most women today use their boyfriends as cash cow tools and disposable items like their i-phones; if you stop working for them they will just get a new one.
By all the Gods and Goddesses. Will you please go and subscribe to Cappy’s new CensorshipTube Channel. He’s just like a girl. Always needing attention.
What we’re about
Hey ladies, I’m going to try this Meetup thing again. The last group I created really took off, but I let it go after awhile. I want this group to be for good moms, but who just want to be bad.
I’m a SAHM, but I’m tired of being around the “perfect” moms, and frankly, I’m just tired of being alone. This group can be used for coffee dates, kid dates, whatever…but I’m creating it more for the purpose just to finally be a bad mom. I want to meet up and go drink, listen to good music, talk about whatever we want.
I don’t want to be judged for being hungover on a Sunday, or just wanting a night a way from my family. I’m here to make loyal friends, females who will make time for me, and I will certainly return the favor.
Anyway, if you like drinking, good music, tattoos, cursing, dreams about running away from home (haha), then this is the group for you.
And from the world of Late To The Party . . .
It’s a cruel irony that a college degree is worth less to people who most need a boost: those born poor. This revelation was made by the economists Tim Bartik and Brad Hershbein. Using a body of data, the Panel Study of Income Dynamics, which includes 50 years of interviews with 18,000 Americans, they were able to follow the lives of children born into poor, middle-class and wealthy families.
They found that for Americans born into middle-class families, a college degree does appear to be a wise investment. Those in this group who received one earned 162 percent more over their careers than those who didn’t.
But for those born into poverty, the results were far less impressive. College graduates born poor earned on average only slightly more than did high school graduates born middle class. And over time, even this small “degree bonus” ebbed away, at least for men: By middle age, male college graduates raised in poverty were earning less than nondegree holders born into the middle class. The scholars conclude, “Individuals from poorer backgrounds may be encountering a glass ceiling that even a bachelor’s degree does not break.”
Has TGO mentioined how much he hates dope smokers?
We can go on about the unlimited number of examples of corporate virtue signaling, the point is nearly ALL of modern day Corporate American marketing is virtue signaling, which inexorably intertwines them with politics. And since they decided to make this deal with the devil, they can’t simply market good quality products at low prices, but now have condemned themselves to dancing around the fragile, fragile eggshell feelings of the most spoiled and easily-offended Americans in the entire history of America. And since this is the boat American Corporations are anchored to, ANY complaints that call into question the appropriateness and correctness of their political stances has the potential to immediately render the entire efficacy of their marketing strategy moot and ineffective. Thus, if Coke gets a complaint their ad was seen on some obscure white supremacist’s YouTube channel, the ENTIRE INDUSTRY has to react rapidly and drastically.
If we were mature adults, we would appreciate the freedom of speech, and neither corporate America nor the FAANG companies that rely on their advertising dollars would have to deal with monitoring and regulating speech online. They would not have to set up costly Stasi-like digital apparatuses to see if Bob in Bolivia offended Frank from France. And they would not have have to employ entire divisions of programmers to create bots that would identify “naughty words.”
Even the baby boomers, in the depths of their 60’s pot-inured days, understood this with the cliche “I disagree with you, but will defend your right to say it till the death.” Alas, since we don’t have this level of nation-wide maturity and prefer corporate virtue signaling over the freedom of speech, Corporate America and the FAANG companies can expect to expend unnecessary resources doing the Eggshell-Easily-Offended-Virtue-Signaling-Waltz for the rest of their marketing days.
I just sincerely hope some people at heads of their marketing departments learned the two lessons I mentioned above.
That brings us to another type of country, the United States. At the founding, calling America a nation-state was a bit of a stretch, but not unreasonable. The overwhelming majority of the people were English and spoke English. There were some Dutch and Indians, with some French sprinkled in, but the only other ethnic group of any consequence were Germans. They were about 10% of the population at the founding and clustered in the midland states, like Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Maryland.
That’s not the America of today. You can probably just lump in the whites as a single ethnic group, the White American, but we have large numbers of non-whites now. Then you have those old regional cultures that are still lurking in the background, creating new divisions among the newcomers, as the newcomers magnify those divisions.
Somalis dumped in Maine are going to change the state in a different way than those dumped into West Virginia. America is looking more like Iraq than the Visegrád nations.
A reasonable person should wonder how long before America starts to have the same troubles as we saw in Iraq. The central government is better organized and more capable than the Iraqi government, but there are limits to everything. The Federal government largely depends on the states voluntarily going along with what the Federal legislature decides is the law. But as we see with California, states are starting to buck this trend, mostly due to their new citizens. California is really not America now, in reality.
There is much talk about “the talk.”
“Sean O’Reilly was 16 when his mother gave him the talk that most black parents give their teenage sons,” Denisa R. Superville of the Hackensack (NJ) Record tells us. Meanwhile, down in Atlanta: “Her sons were 12 and 8 when Marlyn Tillman realized it was time for her to have the talk,” Gracie Bonds Staples writes in the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
Leonard Greene talks about the talk in the New York Post. Someone bylined as KJ Dell’Antonia talks about the talk in The New York Times. Darryl Owens talks about the talk in the Orlando Sentinel.
Yes, talk about the talk is all over.
There is a talk that nonblack Americans have with their kids, too. My own kids, now 19 and 16, have had it in bits and pieces as subtopics have arisen. If I were to assemble it into a single talk, it would look something like the following.
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(11) The mean intelligence of blacks is much lower than for whites. The least intelligent ten percent of whites have IQs below 81; forty percent of blacks have IQs that low.
Only one black in six is more intelligent than the average white; five whites out of six are more intelligent than the average black. These differences show in every test of general cognitive ability that anyone, of any race or nationality, has yet been able to devise. They are reflected in countless everyday situations. “Life is an IQ test.”
(12) There is a magnifying effect here, too, caused by affirmative action. In a pure meritocracy there would be very low proportions of blacks in cognitively demanding jobs.
Because of affirmative action, the proportions are higher. In government work, they are very high. Thus, in those encounters with strangers that involve cognitive engagement, ceteris paribus the black stranger will be less intelligent than the white. In such encounters, therefore—for example, at a government office—you will, on average, be dealt with more competently by a white than by a black. If that hostility-based magnifying effect (paragraph 8) is also in play, you will be dealt with more politely, too. “The DMV lady“ is a statistical truth, not a myth.