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« Reply #15 on: September 06, 2006, 02:52:04 PM »
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« Reply #16 on: September 08, 2006, 05:18:30 PM »
The first part of this thread is exemplary of the B'n'R style of badinage, until it gets stuck in the effluvia of snowmobile exhaust.  :roll:

This particular response is pithy and à propos.
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« Reply #17 on: October 27, 2006, 09:54:08 AM »
http://www.breadnroses.ca/forums/viewto ... 06&start=0

Now, now, grrrrls. Settle down. That is a perfect example of specious reasoning. We all know there are times each month when even the most gentle and kind of us gets a bit, shall we say, unhinged with PMS. That's how Gawd created us and while we do try, out of consideration for other family members, to keep our manicured and dainty hands off the handle of the axe, some of us, if not most of us, including myself, your teacher Mz Gooch, do occasionally snap and some of us are so affected by our biology, which is, as we all know, our destiny, that we have been seen and heard positively venting and raging. In our heads and hearts we regret this behaviour, we all wind up saying I'm sorry, I'm sorry, and we all try to overcome the hormone imbalance, while at the same time fearing it might happen again. some of us lock ourselves in our room to keep our PMS from impacting the innocent in the family. Well, so it is with men, those glorious creatures with whom we share this world. men are glorious, men are wonderful, men are designed and made by God to be head of the family, head of the church, heads of state and to protect and provide for us. And they , like us, are assaulted by their biology, which is also their destiny. The sight of the curve of a woman's buzzum causes instant and instinctive hormone flow. The sight of a woman's ankle has the same effect. And though it pains me to say this, and though I will be very uncomfortable and doubtless blush, it is my duty to explain to you that the sight of a woman's lips causes a response we can barely comprehend. A man sees a woman's mouth and he immediately thinks of her private region. This is his biology, it is his destiny. And time after time after time men resist this powerful urge, this destinial manifestation of the species imperative to reproduce, the commandment Gawd gave us all, get thee hence and multiply, fill the earth..in other words fuck fuck fuck. But the humours and substances build up in their bodies. Hundreds of times a day all these little pumps are turned on by the sight of wrists and chins, ears and hairline, pump pump until the poor man is absolutely swimming in jizzum and when that happens he can no more control his imperitive to fuck fuck fuck than we can control our PMS and he leaps upon the first female form, and ruts until satiated. And it is not his fault. And because of his biology, and because he is often rough and even brutal in his fucking, Mz Gooch wants each and every one of you to be sure you never in any way tempt him. And if it should happen that you are the one on which one of these handicapped brethren leaps when his biology is ascendant, I want you to form a line and file quietly past my desk and choose which one of these lovely pink-painted sawed off shotguns you like, and a dozen pink painted shells and should you be assaulted blow his fuckin head off, okay?
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« Reply #18 on: October 27, 2006, 10:02:28 AM »
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« Reply #19 on: October 31, 2006, 07:53:35 PM »
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Norman Spector writes for the Victoria newspaper the Times Colonist ...


That's the name all right, but "newspaper" is overly kind to that continuing, unsolved crime against the forests.

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« Reply #20 on: November 07, 2006, 12:01:12 PM »
Starting here, with skdadl's question to fern hill about her day before the, you know, BIG day today.

I love fern hill's answer.  snif, snif.  Brought tears to this jaded old broad's eyes, it did.

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« Reply #21 on: December 02, 2006, 11:19:04 AM »
Here  is deBeauxOs, responding to news of Green Party policy on abortion:


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... Also, I am told that the Green party wants to promote policies that reduce the need for abortion Rolling Eyes


What? Are they planning to do an exit poll as women leave the abortion clinics?

"Excuse me, ma'am - I am here on behalf of the Green Party who would like to know what socioeconomopolitical reason reduced you ... sorry, make that induced you to take this crazy - you're out your mind, right? - last resort which our leader would have talked you out of had we known which policy to promote that would have stopped you from coming to this clinic, not that it's a problem if your only other option is to have been reduced, darn there's that word again scratch that, I mean induced to using a coat hanger?

What's that .... You want me to repeat the question? No, you want me to stuff my clipboard up the disposal sphincter of my personal composting unit?"

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« Reply #22 on: January 18, 2007, 10:46:12 AM »
From here. This is the entire post. I'm saving it for the next time this situation occurs.

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James, may I introduce you to Matthew? Matthew, this is James. James , Matthew was my father. Everyone in town thought Matthew was SUCH a nice guy. Every Saturday night Matthew went to "the dance", and was considered the best dancer on Vancouver Island. Charming. Full of jokes. Smiling. Women felt "safe" around Matthew because he was not only the best dancer, he'd never lost a fight. If Matthew saw someone teasing, bugging, harrassing, or trying to get "too friendly" with a woman who obviously wasn't welcoming the attention, Matthew would go over, and tell the usually drunk guy Hey, fella, the lady isn't interested. If that didn't work he'd take the guy outside and pound him senseless. Nobody was going to impose on a woman when Matthew was around.

Then he'd go home and pound the snot out of my mother. Whether she went to the dance with him, or whether she was on shift and working, so couldn't go.

Today, I think he'd have been locked away.

There isn't a lot of choice for straight women. If you're straight you have to relate with men. So the trick is to pick one who makes you feel safe. It's like having no option but to swim in a pool of sharks, so you get your own shark, tame and protective, and go swimming with it. And the "bad boy" often seems to be strong, protective, confident, and shark-like enough to keep the threats away. And many of us find out the sad way that even a tame shark can bite your bum. And it hurts. So we leave him and feel even more vulnerable, and here's someone smiling and teasing and he in no way resembles the shark who went feral and... because women live in a world dominated by men. Men have deeper, louder, more confident seeming voices, men not only rule they know they rule and they like it that way. And women , I think particularly straight women, are conditioned from birth to appease men, because if we don't the price tag is very high and hurtful.

You're actually fortunate, you've inadvertantly stepped in patrist doo doo and had it pointed out by women who are no longer intimidated by male voice, or male presence. They aren't "picking" on you, they're showing you where and how you stepped in the doo. They aren't "mad at" you, they're teaching you something.

Growth hurts. It especially hurts when we didn't think we had any need to grow and it gets forced on us. Now I'm not a man, for which I thank Gawd daily, and I've been brought up short a couple of times by the women who post here. I can't believe how much I've learned! And it wasn't always pleasant, and I sure as hell didn't enjoy the learning, and I bet it will happen again.

Used to be I could go days on end without ever meeting a guy I felt could be left alone with a little kid without fear he'd eat it. Used to be I felt it was impossible to have any kind of interesting conversation with a man. But I've met a precious few who can actually shed their conditioning and find the human person who has probably always lived inside the shell of manliness, and I am very pleasantly surprised each time.

Some PEOPLE get tangled up in problematic relationships. Some seemingly intelligent PEOPLE choose the wrong partner. I'm the mother of two sons, I could bore your ass numb blethering on about some of the prizes my sons have become tangled up with. Or maybe bore you equally with stories of the prizes my two daughters have drug home from time to time.

I struggle daily with my opinion of "most men" because even I know my slit-eyed distrust of most men is unfair and prejudicial and bigoted and diminishes me. I am helped in that struggle by the presence in my life of my grandsons and the two absolute prize winning male persons with whom my daughters are currently involved.

Don't sulk, don't flounce, and don't blow off what has happened here. It's just that we have been saying some of the same things for so long we are bored with the deliberately obtuse bullshit coming from guys who want to be seen as nice guys ON THEIR TERMS. That isn't happening as much anymore . WE will decide who WE think can be trusted not to eat our young.

Yeah, I thought you were a troll. Said as much. I'm still not convinced you aren't a troll, but that is my problem, not yours, and I'll take my personal responsibility around it.

You have to take your own personal responsibility. You haven't lost all the shell of male entitlement. You might be a really nice guy but you still carry a lot of conditioned baggage and your words reveal it. And you've been called on them by women who care enough to take the time from their lives to show you where you stepped in the slop. You can learn or you can flounce. If you choose to learn, great. If you choose to flounce, well, don't let the door hit you on the ass on the way out.

And to the guys who do "get it". Bless you, dollinks. My grandsons need your examples.

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« Reply #23 on: April 12, 2007, 05:08:36 AM »
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 to frustration and exhaustion.
I myself prefer to laugh,
since there is less cleaning up to do afterward.
Kurt Vonnegut


Kurt Vonnigut died this morning.
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« Reply #24 on: June 13, 2007, 09:43:52 PM »
This is for memorable quotes from threads on this board, remember that everyone!

In this thread, Toedancer and skdadl engage in .... well read it and you'll know.

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« Reply #25 on: July 08, 2007, 10:48:19 AM »
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Would somebody please start taking Cheney out for greasy hamburgers or something.

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« Reply #26 on: July 26, 2007, 10:46:48 AM »
Croghan finds a priceless oopsie.


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I usually take a story about a three over murderer being hunted fairly seriously. It was with interest I was reading the Citizen this AM when the sentence poped out:

[quote:hefk4tnp]
EXETER, Ont. - A police dragnet continued Wednesday for Jesse Imeson, the Windsor, Ont. fugitive wanted for three murders who has eluded police over a swath of southern Ontario countryside for six days.

Police say Imeson is armed and extremely generous. He is wanted for the death of a man who worked at a bar in Windsor as well as the deaths of an elderly farm couple two hours north in Huron County.



"All right, I've got a gun - take all this money."[/quote:hefk4tnp]


From this thread.

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« Reply #27 on: August 04, 2007, 01:15:52 PM »
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I don't get as much porn as I used to several years ago


Ahh.  Some quotes are best with all context stripped away.

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« Reply #28 on: August 04, 2007, 02:07:57 PM »
:rotfl:

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« Reply #29 on: August 17, 2007, 02:12:47 PM »
I love this one from Debra, especially that last comment of hers.   :lol:   8)

 

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