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2014-02-19 10:53:00 AM
uh, this isn't batman lady, people don't just randomly fall out of the sky at the drop of a hat to protect helpless strangers, the world does not work like that
 
2014-02-19 10:53:01 AM

Wendy's Chili: Nana's Vibrator: Sort of makes you wonder how many men the victim turned down at the club before walking off drunk and unprotected.

Yeah.

Put out or die, ladies. Amirite? *waits for high-five*


*BIG High Five!* from Tyena Sanchez
 
2014-02-19 10:53:25 AM
I'm not sure how I, as a man, without a firearm am supposed to help this woman?

If I give her advice about taking a cab, avoiding parts of town, not traveling in the dark, not insulting the guy mugging you with the gun, not dressing a certain way or other helpful advice, I'll be accused of mansplaining, or about stepping on her freedoms.

When my daughter went to college in Boston and walked home from the library (Yeah, right) late at night, she'd wear a Red Sox hat and hoodie, and if anyone approached her, she'd tell them to "fark off" in her best Boston accent.  She claims it worked.   When their was a specific concern about a series of muggings between Back Bay and her apartment, she took a cab.
 
2014-02-19 10:53:39 AM

robbiex0r: Rapmaster2000: Why would you steal a purse in 2014?  So you can get a bunch of credit cards that don't work?

Have you seen the cost of a Coach or Louis Vuitton?


My wife carries a nice Coach.  ~$500 retail, but fence price is going to be 10-20% and keep in mind that's based on the used price (Coach bags come in special bags) so your $500 retail bag is worth $25-$50 cash as a stolen, used item.

And Louis Vuitton my ass.  When you see the LV LV LV LV pattern, it's probably a fake.  People with money don't need to cover it in repetitive logos.  They sell LV bags along with CHANEL bags and the Coaches with the repetitive C's outside of the Five Points MARTA station.

cornellbusinessjournal.com
 
2014-02-19 10:56:45 AM
Try to snatch a woman's purse in my town you're going to get a .38 through the chest. She lives in a city of wimpy, milquetoast men and unarmed women, and she wonders why criminals wander the streets unmolested.
 
2014-02-19 10:56:49 AM
Thugs are getting thuggier? Who's raising this new generation of animals?

/hint: it's fish
 
2014-02-19 10:58:17 AM

Keeve: Thugs are getting thuggier? Who's raising this new generation of animals?

/hint: it's fish


I'm going to guess it's either meth or heroin.
 
2014-02-19 11:00:07 AM

HAMMERTOE: Look, bupid stitch, you disarm the honest, decent ones, further emasculate them with scholastic indoctrination and "zero-tolerance" laws which punish those who stand up to bullies just as harshly as the bullies their selves, and this is what you get.


I wouldn't have worded it exactly like this but I can't disagree with it.  When you do everything you can to emasculate men you don't get to sit around whining that there are no 'real men' left.
 
2014-02-19 11:01:32 AM

GoldSpider: A+ headline, subby.


Thanks!
 
2014-02-19 11:02:54 AM

Wendy's Chili: GoldSpider: xanadian: In other news:  I don't get the headline.  :/

Dunn coined the famous catch phrase: "A woman needs a man like a fish needs a bicycle," which was subsequently popularized by Gloria Steinem and became a popular slogan among feminists.

Oh, I get it. It's 'amusing' because the story has nothing to do with feminism.

Or is it 'amusing' because women are being senselessly murdered?

Maybe I don't get it.

Do any of you message board misogynists care to explain it to me?


There seemed to be an assumption on the part of the woman interviewed that the lives of men were worth less than the contents of her purse eg the quote "Where are our men? Why are they not protecting us?" Sanchez continued, her voice full of frustration. "Men are failing us. I feel as though we are not being protected."

Personally I feel that by my not robbing/murdering Ms Sanchez or any other woman that I have achieved the bare minimum of necessary effort to avoid accusations of misogyny...until you started posting.
 
2014-02-19 11:02:57 AM

xanadian: Wellon Dowd: mainsail: "He pointed out that the old code of the streets, that thieves don't hurt women and children, is no longer honored."

It never was. Ever. In the history of Ever. Why do idiots push this shiat?

In my day, even the criminals were classier. One time I was mugged and the guy went through my wallet and handed me the photos I carried. They were of no value to him but meant a lot to me. He did shoot me, but he waited with me until we could hear the siren on the ambulance before running off.

Must've been Canadian.  ;)


CSB

When I was 15 I snuck out of my foster home at night to buy some weed. Went to a nearby school to meet the contact. I get there very quickly and immediately two strangers appear and whipped a toque over my head. They then demanded my money. I told them I didn't have any, which was true, and further added I was looking to get a loan of the weeds. The lightly punched me a few times in the head and arm, and told me not to take the toque off until I couldn't hear them anymore. Then they ran away. So at least I got a free toque.

/yes this was in canada why do you ask?
 
2014-02-19 11:04:25 AM

Benevolent Misanthrope: aniyn: Benevolent Misanthrope: Why the hell is my apostrophe key showing as è and my question mark showing as É

Is your keyboard set to French-Canadian?

Canadian multi-lingual, English default.  I must have flipped the switch on the default language somehow, but hell if I know how.  I just restarted and that fixed it.


If you're running Windoze, that's probably Shift-Ctrl.
 
2014-02-19 11:04:52 AM

Wendy's Chili: Yeah.

Put out or die, ladies. Amirite? *waits for high-five*


Wanted: Man for casual, platonic relationship. Must be able to take a bullet.

Nope. Doesn't work for me.
 
2014-02-19 11:07:43 AM

Wendy's Chili: Nana's Vibrator: Sort of makes you wonder how many men the victim turned down at the club before walking off drunk and unprotected.

Yeah.

Put out or die, ladies. Amirite? *waits for high-five*


I'm tired of the way the system disrespects me as a man.  The way we've got to pay child support to that WHORE who left me and the stupid judge garnishing my wages while she's sleeping with Jerry Lunford.  I know where you work Jerry!  I'll tell your sales manager.  Your days of selling Chevys in this town are over, Jerry!
 
2014-02-19 11:07:48 AM

Egoy3k: HAMMERTOE: Look, bupid stitch, you disarm the honest, decent ones, further emasculate them with scholastic indoctrination and "zero-tolerance" laws which punish those who stand up to bullies just as harshly as the bullies their selves, and this is what you get.

I wouldn't have worded it exactly like this but I can't disagree with it.  When you do everything you can to emasculate men you don't get to sit around whining that there are no 'real men' left.


Keep this in mind, ladies. You laugh at Egoy3k and HAMMERTOE's micropenises at your own peril.
 
2014-02-19 11:08:53 AM

cgraves67: xanadian: In other news:  I don't get the headline.  :/

Famous feminist quote: "I need a man like a fish needs a bicycle."


I've around quite a few feminists in my day and this is the first time I've heard that.
 
2014-02-19 11:11:36 AM

AdamK: people don't just randomly fall out of the sky


That's not what The Weathergirls told us....
 
2014-02-19 11:11:51 AM

Egoy3k: HAMMERTOE: Look, bupid stitch, you disarm the honest, decent ones, further emasculate them with scholastic indoctrination and "zero-tolerance" laws which punish those who stand up to bullies just as harshly as the bullies their selves, and this is what you get.

I wouldn't have worded it exactly like this but I can't disagree with it.  When you do everything you can to emasculate men you don't get to sit around whining that there are no 'real men' left.


Not to mention trying to raise men from boys without a man to put the fear of a real ass-whuppin' in them to keep them straight and narrow.

Back when I was a teen and suffering from the normal amount of testosterone poisoning, I stopped fearing what my mother could do for punishment:  I was faster, stronger, and bigger than she was.  Her attempts to intimidate me into obeying were (to me at the time) laughable.

The *ONLY* ace card she held was "Wait until your father gets home", and what an ace card that was.

Not that I was all that bad of a kid, but I could have gone over to the dark side relatively easily without the steadying influence of an older, wiser male to keep me from going in that direction.

That's not to say that it's a fool-proof, 100% successful arrangement, but it's a damn sight better than having just a single female parent (especially one who got pregnant as a teen herself) raising a male child who has never had the constant steadying influence of a male.

There is an almost 1 to 1 relationship between crime rates and the rate of out-of-wedlock births in a given area.  The higher the bastardy rate, the higher the crime rate.
 
2014-02-19 11:12:37 AM
FTA: "This should be about women saying enough is enough," said Mannwell Glenn, a political consultant advising Sanchez on Saturday's event. "When women get pissed, they get things done."

Mannwell is very perceptive.  Most guys never figure this quirk out and just complain about stuff not getting done.
 
2014-02-19 11:13:25 AM

Dwindle: Try to snatch a woman's purse in my town you're going to get a .38 through the chest. She lives in a city of wimpy, milquetoast men and unarmed women, and she wonders why criminals wander the streets unmolested.


So you would escalate what is probably just a property crime into a life or death situation with an armed man who is probably a bit more practiced in the situation than you are? That seems like a good way to get needlessly dead.
 
2014-02-19 11:17:56 AM

dittybopper: Back when I was a teen and suffering from the normal amount of testosterone poisoning, I stopped fearing what my mother could do for punishment: I was faster, stronger, and bigger than she was. Her attempts to intimidate me into obeying were (to me at the time) laughable.


Couldn't she just "emasculate" you?

If this thread is any indication, it's both a common and debilitating attack.
 
2014-02-19 11:18:30 AM

AdamK: uh, this isn't batman lady, people don't just randomly fall out of the sky at the drop of a hat to protect helpless strangers, the world does not work like that


In any case, this is Philly we're talking about.  Even the Goddamn Batman would be afraid to walk the streets at night.
 
2014-02-19 11:18:43 AM

Rapmaster2000: When you see the LV LV LV LV pattern, it's probably a fake.  People with money don't need to cover it in repetitive logos.


While I'd agree there's a lot more fakes out there than the real thing, people with money buy the exact same shiat -- they just pay a lot more for it.

http://www.louisvuitton.com/front/#/eng_US/Collections/Women/Handbag s/ products/Neverfull-GM-MONOGRAM-M40990

http://www.louisvuitton.com/front/#/eng_US/Collections/Women/Handbag s/ products/Petit-Noe-MONOGRAM-MULTICOLOR-M42230

Notice that while I haven't bothered to find a similar bag style, both patterns you call out with your images are real LV patterns, or at least close to them.
 
2014-02-19 11:20:44 AM
Fish, you might want to get a more reliable bicycle.
www.billpost.com
 
2014-02-19 11:20:49 AM

Silly_Sot: Benevolent Misanthrope: ZAZ: The mayor of Boston recently warned women not to walk alone at night after a series of assaults. Cue the angry feminist newspaper columnist.

Right.  The angry feminist is the problem.  Not the fact that women cant walk alone at night.  Men can, by and large, walk at night.  Women canèt walk at night.  Because of the men.

Encourage women to own firearms and learn how to use them--and that means more than just target shooting. Nikki Craft understood this decades ago, when she and several fellow feminists formed an armed women's group. The liberals around her were shocked and horrified that she did this. Stand-up, respectable fighter, Ms. Craft. May not agree with all her politics, but I agree with and understand her point in that case--if the feminist rhetoric is true and women cannot rely upon men to protect them or to even not treat them brutally, then it behooves women to use any means necessary to defend themselves.


Well, that was special.
Where do you think women store these self defense firearms for easy access?
 
2014-02-19 11:21:05 AM

dittybopper: Of course not. The average woman is smaller and not as strong as the average man. Now, if only there were some kind of way to even up the odds a bit, some sort of "equalizer" that a woman could carry that would make them less vulnerable to males....


Now there's a capital idea; arm all the flighty nervous dames with hot iron so they can put a slug in every man who tips his hat to them on the street. Then they pout those little lips of theirs and the judge lets them off with self defense!
 
2014-02-19 11:21:17 AM

One Bad Apple: Wendy's Chili: GoldSpider: xanadian: In other news:  I don't get the headline.  :/

Dunn coined the famous catch phrase: "A woman needs a man like a fish needs a bicycle," which was subsequently popularized by Gloria Steinem and became a popular slogan among feminists.

Oh, I get it. It's 'amusing' because the story has nothing to do with feminism.

Or is it 'amusing' because women are being senselessly murdered?

Maybe I don't get it.

Do any of you message board misogynists care to explain it to me?

There seemed to be an assumption on the part of the woman interviewed that the lives of men were worth less than the contents of her purse eg the quote "Where are our men? Why are they not protecting us?" Sanchez continued, her voice full of frustration. "Men are failing us. I feel as though we are not being protected."

Personally I feel that by my not robbing/murdering Ms Sanchez or any other woman that I have achieved the bare minimum of necessary effort to avoid accusations of misogyny...until you started posting.


This.

After years of being treated as disposable, unwanted, or worse, men are starting to check out of the game.

Just the idea of a man can give some women a case of the vapours, See the recent kerfuffle at Wellesley College for an example. There are safe spaces set up where men aren't allowed, or at best, get to sit quietly in the corner and nod in agreement. Sitting the 'wrong' way on public transit creates a large outcry.

Pretty much, women have been telling average men that they don't want or need them, and society would be better off without men.

Now that women are getting what they said they want, it seems that some of them are unhappy with it.
 
2014-02-19 11:21:31 AM

padraig: I always thought that the handbag was the stupidest thing on Earth : sure, ladies, put ALL your valuable possessions in one easy-to-snatch bag. Even more better when the bag itself is more several times the iPhone that it contains, your money, your papers, and so on...

Thieves snatch purses because it's easy. Police tells people not to leave valuable in plain sights in cars. A Vuitton bag is a big "Rob me" sign.


Rob Liefeld once again shows us all the way
 
2014-02-19 11:21:36 AM

Benevolent Misanthrope: ZAZ: The mayor of Boston recently warned women not to walk alone at night after a series of assaults. Cue the angry feminist newspaper columnist.

Right.  The angry feminist is the problem.  Not the fact that women cant walk alone at night.  Men can, by and large, walk at night.  Women canèt walk at night.  Because of the men.


Thank you for proving his point.
 
2014-02-19 11:22:41 AM
This thread reminds me of:

aconservativelesbian.com
 
2014-02-19 11:22:58 AM
A lot of the time I don't carry a purse after dark for this reason.  My Mom doesn't ever carry a purse for this reason.  Neither of us have been victimized, then again, we don't live in Philly.  We do keep something in our pockets (legally) for just such an occasion, though.  Too bad those girls didn't.
 
2014-02-19 11:23:20 AM
"He pointed out that the old code of the streets, that thieves don't hurt women and children, is no longer honored."

I doubt there ever was such a code.
 
2014-02-19 11:23:25 AM

Wendy's Chili: Keep this in mind, ladies. You laugh at Egoy3k and HAMMERTOE's micropenises at your own peril.


What does this have to do with genitalia? You've got a real fixation issue right there.I bet you're actively involved or even employed in the emasculation process at some stage, aren't you?
 
2014-02-19 11:23:48 AM

That Guy...From That Show!: FTA: "This should be about women saying enough is enough," said Mannwell Glenn, a political consultant advising Sanchez on Saturday's event. "When women get pissed, they get things done."

Mannwell is very perceptive.  Most guys never figure this quirk out and just complain about stuff not getting done.


Nah, legislators wait until something injures their wives or children, then they pass laws and "raise awareness.'
 
2014-02-19 11:24:41 AM

HAMMERTOE: Wendy's Chili: Keep this in mind, ladies. You laugh at Egoy3k and HAMMERTOE's micropenises at your own peril.

What does this have to do with genitalia? You've got a real fixation issue right there.I bet you're actively involved or even employed in the emasculation process at some stage, aren't you?


It's just one of many shaming tactics used when their arguments don't hold up.
 
2014-02-19 11:24:54 AM

HailRobonia: "He pointed out that the old code of the streets, that thieves don't hurt women and children, is no longer honored."

I doubt there ever was such a code.


I'm pretty sure that was made up for some old movie serial, or maybe a Robin Hood geste.
 
2014-02-19 11:25:05 AM

gweilo8888: Rapmaster2000: When you see the LV LV LV LV pattern, it's probably a fake.  People with money don't need to cover it in repetitive logos.

While I'd agree there's a lot more fakes out there than the real thing, people with money buy the exact same shiat -- they just pay a lot more for it.

http://www.louisvuitton.com/front/#/eng_US/Collections/Women/Handbag s/ products/Neverfull-GM-MONOGRAM-M40990

http://www.louisvuitton.com/front/#/eng_US/Collections/Women/Handbag s/ products/Petit-Noe-MONOGRAM-MULTICOLOR-M42230

Notice that while I haven't bothered to find a similar bag style, both patterns you call out with your images are real LV patterns, or at least close to them.


I know that it's a real pattern, but I also realize that the greater amount of logo exposure among a conspicuous consumption object, the greater likelihood that it's a fake.

cdn5.nwgimg.com
 
2014-02-19 11:25:43 AM

demaL-demaL-yeH: Silly_Sot: Benevolent Misanthrope: ZAZ: The mayor of Boston recently warned women not to walk alone at night after a series of assaults. Cue the angry feminist newspaper columnist.

Right.  The angry feminist is the problem.  Not the fact that women cant walk alone at night.  Men can, by and large, walk at night.  Women canèt walk at night.  Because of the men.

Encourage women to own firearms and learn how to use them--and that means more than just target shooting. Nikki Craft understood this decades ago, when she and several fellow feminists formed an armed women's group. The liberals around her were shocked and horrified that she did this. Stand-up, respectable fighter, Ms. Craft. May not agree with all her politics, but I agree with and understand her point in that case--if the feminist rhetoric is true and women cannot rely upon men to protect them or to even not treat them brutally, then it behooves women to use any means necessary to defend themselves.

Well, that was special.
Where do you think women store these self defense firearms for easy access?


I keep mine in my pocket or in a holster, not in my purse.  Think the thief will wait around for you to dig it out?   You're funny.
 
2014-02-19 11:27:10 AM

Wendy's Chili: dittybopper: Back when I was a teen and suffering from the normal amount of testosterone poisoning, I stopped fearing what my mother could do for punishment: I was faster, stronger, and bigger than she was. Her attempts to intimidate me into obeying were (to me at the time) laughable.

Couldn't she just "emasculate" you?

If this thread is any indication, it's both a common and debilitating attack.


You mean the kind of attack you yourself engaged in just 20 minutes ago?

Wendy's Chili      2014-02-19 11:07:48 AM
...
Keep this in mind, ladies. You laugh at Egoy3k and HAMMERTOE's micropenises at your own peril.


Well, thankfully, I was raised in an era when the phrase "Sticks and stones may break my bones, but names will never hurt me" actually meant something.
 
2014-02-19 11:28:17 AM

xanadian: GoldSpider: xanadian: In other news:  I don't get the headline.  :/

Dunn coined the famous catch phrase: "A woman needs a man like a fish needs a bicycle," which was subsequently popularized by Gloria Steinem and became a popular slogan among feminists.

ohhhhhh.

I guess I should consider myself lucky that I even know who Gloria Steinem was.  :/


Interestingly enough, ms Steinem spent the rest of her life dependent on expensive bicycles
 
2014-02-19 11:28:17 AM
Yes, the real issue here is crime and not feminism but it seems to me that while the crime issue is being solved, we can eliminate the visible target by convincing women to have clothes with pockets.

Seriously ladies, what's this aversion you have to pockets? I can understand that a dress or a skirt would start to oscillate with the keys acting as a pendulum but that doesn't explain the lack of pockets on your trousers.
 
2014-02-19 11:30:06 AM

Cold_Sassy: A lot of the time I don't carry a purse after dark for this reason.  My Mom doesn't ever carry a purse for this reason.  Neither of us have been victimized, then again, we don't live in Philly.  We do keep something in our pockets (legally) for just such an occasion, though.  Too bad those girls didn't.


*checks kidettes' closets, just in case*
These "pockets" of which you speak, what are they?
 
2014-02-19 11:31:27 AM

rustypouch: One Bad Apple: Wendy's Chili: GoldSpider: xanadian: In other news:  I don't get the headline.  :/

Dunn coined the famous catch phrase: "A woman needs a man like a fish needs a bicycle," which was subsequently popularized by Gloria Steinem and became a popular slogan among feminists.

Oh, I get it. It's 'amusing' because the story has nothing to do with feminism.

Or is it 'amusing' because women are being senselessly murdered?

Maybe I don't get it.

Do any of you message board misogynists care to explain it to me?

There seemed to be an assumption on the part of the woman interviewed that the lives of men were worth less than the contents of her purse eg the quote "Where are our men? Why are they not protecting us?" Sanchez continued, her voice full of frustration. "Men are failing us. I feel as though we are not being protected."

Personally I feel that by my not robbing/murdering Ms Sanchez or any other woman that I have achieved the bare minimum of necessary effort to avoid accusations of misogyny...until you started posting.

This.

After years of being treated as disposable, unwanted, or worse, men are starting to check out of the game.

Just the idea of a man can give some women a case of the vapours, See the recent kerfuffle at Wellesley College for an example. There are safe spaces set up where men aren't allowed, or at best, get to sit quietly in the corner and nod in agreement. Sitting the 'wrong' way on public transit creates a large outcry.

Pretty much, women have been telling average men that they don't want or need them, and society would be better off without men.

Now that women are getting what they said they want, it seems that some of them are unhappy with it.


There's just one flaw with that argument. It assumes that all women are feminists and that they are all militant and all march lockstep with the vision of the future laid out by radical feminists.

Any two women may have different opinions on feminism and to what extent they agree with the goals of radical feminism. Any two women may have different expectations for male behavior.
 
2014-02-19 11:33:35 AM

xanadian: GoldSpider: xanadian: In other news:  I don't get the headline.  :/

Dunn coined the famous catch phrase: "A woman needs a man like a fish needs a bicycle," which was subsequently popularized by Gloria Steinem and became a popular slogan among feminists.

ohhhhhh.

I guess I should consider myself lucky that I even know who Gloria Steinem was.  :/


WAS?

facepalm.
 
2014-02-19 11:35:58 AM

cgraves67: rustypouch: One Bad Apple: Wendy's Chili: GoldSpider: xanadian: In other news:  I don't get the headline.  :/

Dunn coined the famous catch phrase: "A woman needs a man like a fish needs a bicycle," which was subsequently popularized by Gloria Steinem and became a popular slogan among feminists.

Oh, I get it. It's 'amusing' because the story has nothing to do with feminism.

Or is it 'amusing' because women are being senselessly murdered?

Maybe I don't get it.

Do any of you message board misogynists care to explain it to me?

There seemed to be an assumption on the part of the woman interviewed that the lives of men were worth less than the contents of her purse eg the quote "Where are our men? Why are they not protecting us?" Sanchez continued, her voice full of frustration. "Men are failing us. I feel as though we are not being protected."

Personally I feel that by my not robbing/murdering Ms Sanchez or any other woman that I have achieved the bare minimum of necessary effort to avoid accusations of misogyny...until you started posting.

This.

After years of being treated as disposable, unwanted, or worse, men are starting to check out of the game.

Just the idea of a man can give some women a case of the vapours, See the recent kerfuffle at Wellesley College for an example. There are safe spaces set up where men aren't allowed, or at best, get to sit quietly in the corner and nod in agreement. Sitting the 'wrong' way on public transit creates a large outcry.

Pretty much, women have been telling average men that they don't want or need them, and society would be better off without men.

Now that women are getting what they said they want, it seems that some of them are unhappy with it.

There's just one flaw with that argument. It assumes that all women are feminists and that they are all militant and all march lockstep with the vision of the future laid out by radical feminists.

Any two women may have different opinions on feminism and to what extent they ...


Yeah, well you seem to be forgetting that they're all a bunch of biatches who say they like nice guys, but when I pretend to care what they say and listen to them whine about their boyfriends they never put out!  What the hell!  I'm a nice guy!
 
2014-02-19 11:36:06 AM

gaslight: Yes, the real issue here is crime and not feminism but it seems to me that while the crime issue is being solved, we can eliminate the visible target by convincing women to have clothes with pockets.

Seriously ladies, what's this aversion you have to pockets? I can understand that a dress or a skirt would start to oscillate with the keys acting as a pendulum but that doesn't explain the lack of pockets on your trousers.


*checks utilikilt*
Laddies have no problem with pockets.
Keys aren't the most pendulous things, if you know what I mean.

/Doesn't really wear kilt.
//Has the legs for it, though.
 
2014-02-19 11:39:28 AM

DrPainMD: This thread reminds me of:

[aconservativelesbian.com image 480x359]


Q. How many militant feminists does it take to change a lightbulb?
A. One, and there's NOTHING FUNNY ABOUT IT!
 
2014-02-19 11:39:38 AM

HAMMERTOE: Wendy's Chili: Keep this in mind, ladies. You laugh at Egoy3k and HAMMERTOE's micropenises at your own peril.

What does this have to do with genitalia? You've got a real fixation issue right there.I bet you're actively involved or even employed in the emasculation process at some stage, aren't you?


You're the one going on and on about being emasculated. Emasculation means having your male genitalia removed.

This is an article about innocent women being gunned down in the street, and your reaction is, "Oh, my poor, poor penis!"

You're the one with the fixation.
 
2014-02-19 11:39:48 AM

Silly_Sot: Benevolent Misanthrope: ZAZ: The mayor of Boston recently warned women not to walk alone at night after a series of assaults. Cue the angry feminist newspaper columnist.

Right.  The angry feminist is the problem.  Not the fact that women cant walk alone at night.  Men can, by and large, walk at night.  Women canèt walk at night.  Because of the men.

Encourage women to own firearms and learn how to use them--and that means more than just target shooting. Nikki Craft understood this decades ago, when she and several fellow feminists formed an armed women's group. The liberals around her were shocked and horrified that she did this. Stand-up, respectable fighter, Ms. Craft. May not agree with all her politics, but I agree with and understand her point in that case--if the feminist rhetoric is true and women cannot rely upon men to protect them or to even not treat them brutally, then it behooves women to use any means necessary to defend themselves.


Which is part of the reason why, when I was living in a country that allowed it, I had a CWP and a Springfield XD-9 to back it up.
 
2014-02-19 11:40:19 AM

Benevolent Misanthrope: *facepalm*


Me too. Did it so hard I left an imprint.
 
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