Linkage: 23 July, 2019 – The Rise Of Real Men. #TheTriggering
I had a load of other shit to whine about this week. Then I tabled it for next week.
First things first.
Common Filth is back. One hour thirty-two minutes twenty-four seconds of not being able to unknow what you know.
“Nobody ever grows up or finds something new to talk about.”
Second things second. Aaron Clarey spews bullshit.
And of course, pointing out Adam Piggott’s uncanny ability to drive just like a post-menapausal American woman in a mini-van in the left lane.
This is pure fucking horse shit of the greatest magnitude.
Adam Piggott doesn’t drive just like a post-menopausal American woman. He drives worse than a post-menopausal American woman. I recall at one point there were three mini-vans behind us blowing their horns with the passion of a high school teacher blowing a 15 year old student as Adam putzed down the road doing . . .
I thought I was going to be most offended by the sight of the fat women in Louisiana but Piggotts driving relegated fat women to a distant third.
Distant third you ask? If the fat chycks were third, and Piggott’s driving was second, what was first?
You ever been trapped in a car with a man who smells of Irish Spring? Well I have.
I’d rather bang a fat chyck.
But under all this you will find just as much truth as you will in the Common Filth video above.
You did listen to the video right? Or are you a fag?
The Anti-Piggott Effect
Women, it is opposite. And I would argue that behind choosing poor degrees and working less hours, this “Anti-Piggott Effect” would explain a bit of the wage gap.
Women do not have their knives out (at least officially anyway). Women are not constantly looking for flaws in their female colleagues (at least officially anyway). And even if they do find a flaw, they will never say anything about it (to your face anyway). Matter of fact, it’s quite the opposite of men’s ball busting, where it is a constant “Compliment and Fawning Fest” where women sing one anothers’ praises and tell one another how “amazing” they are. This sole focus on complimenting, praising, celebrating, and “positive reinforcement” overlooks flaws, errors, short-comings, and outright mistakes, denying women that perpetual self-improvement The Piggott Effect affords men.
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The truth is The Piggott Effect is simply about the truth. And though men enjoy busting each other’s balls to find it, this blunt reality does give men an advantage over women. We don’t placate one another, lie to one another, or try to make each other “feel” better. We tell one another the truth so that they might DO better, ESPECIALLY if we can laugh at them at their expense. And while poor degree choices and fewer working hours explain the lion’s share of the wage gap, perhaps women could use some ball-busting and “The Piggott Effect” to help close that gap.
I’m pretty sure I already told you this.
Women seek comfort. Men seek progress.
It’s why women shouldn’t vote. It’s why women shouldn’t have jobs. It’s why Cappy is wrong about women in STEM.
Furthermore, burning a podcast to a rewritable CD to listen to it in your $500 pickup truck is what all real men do.
Yes, all real men.
According to his book, Adam Piggott rode his motorcycle across Australia.
According to Wikipedia, the Vietnam war was sparked, and concluded, in the interim.
I could ride my bicycle across Australia faster than Adam could pilot a motorcycle across Australia.