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“Who must go?”

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Posted by on July 2, 2022 in Fuck Yeah!, good news, The Kulturkampf

 

11 responses to ““Who must go?”

  1. awildgoose

    July 2, 2022 at 8:14 pm

    Can’t Mossad the Assad!

     
  2. fuzziewuzziebear

    July 3, 2022 at 12:37 am

    He is remarkable. For decades, as a politician, he has manged to land on his feet like a cat.

     
  3. professorGBFMtm

    July 3, 2022 at 12:14 pm

    You know what MANosphere term I don’t remember?
    puerarchy
    The Puerarchy, for those who are new to the term, is a Manosphere term-of-art used to describe the phenomenon most recently called out as “ExtendedAdolescence” (as this harsh assessment of the group by the Guardian Angels, of all people, points out): the tendency for young men to spend a decade or so getting drunk, high, laid, and wiped out from video game exhaustion and porn marathons instead of applying nose to grindstone, getting a college education that will allow them to support their future ex-wives. It’s perplexing for feminists because it means the pool of “acceptable” men for marriage and procreation (and productive tax-paying to support the welfare state) is drying up. It’s perplexing for conservatives in the Manosphere because the Puerarchy seems to be thumbing its nose as traditional Conservative values of hard work and ambition, and succumbing to the pleasures of the flesh and the decadence of the West they shun.
    I was mainly listening to this song in the early 2010’s anyway!

    ””Hair Of The Dog”

    Heart breaker, soul shaker
    I’ve been told about you
    Steamroller, midnight stroller
    What they’ve been saying must be true

    [bridge:]
    Red hot mama
    Velvet charmer
    Time’s come to pay your dues

    [chorus:]
    Now you’re messin’ with a
    A son of a bitch
    Now you’re messin’ with a son of a bitch
    Now you’re messin’ with a
    A son of a bitch
    Now you’re messin’ with a son of a bitch

    Talkin’ jivey, poison ivy
    You ain’t gonna cling to me
    Man taker, born faker
    I ain’t so blind I can’t see

    [bridge]

    [chorus]

    [pipes solo]

    [chorus]”
    I drive&comment hard&fast!😉😁👍😎

     
  4. professorGBFMtm

    July 3, 2022 at 1:45 pm

    THAT Puerarchy stuff sounds more like women than men is what I was trying to say too above!
    ”the tendency for young women to spend a decade or so getting drunk, high, laid, and wiped out from video game exhaustion and churchian-feminist porn marathons of twilight&50grey!”
    SEE what I Mean as properly&grammatictical correctly translated?

     
    • dave snope

      July 3, 2022 at 6:28 pm

      video games?

       
      • professorGBFMtm

        July 3, 2022 at 8:35 pm

        YEAH even the older women are joining in too!
        https://www.forbes.com/sites/kevinanderton/2019/01/29/women-over-50-are-playing-more-video-games-than-men-infographic/?sh=5b4d2ba91093
        ”It may surprise some people to find out that in certain age groups women are playing more video games than men. It’s a thought that raises an eyebrow for most people but it’s not actually that shocking. It’s not the first time that women have taken up gaming.

        A Quick History

        Back when video games were first taking off they were far from being a male-dominated pastime. When it came time to make a sequel to the popular arcade game Pacman the game designers decided to make the hero female. This was because of the popularity of Pacman among female gamers. Ms. Pacman would go on to be received as one of the greatest games of all time. Other female influences in gaming include Roberta Williams who co-founded Sierra Entertainment and helped create the King’s Quest series.

        It really wasn’t until the mid-1980s that things began to change. Nintendo began aggressively marketing its new console to boys. They felt like they had to make a choice in order for the NES to be a success and they chose to not market to girls. I am not sure what pushed them in that direction but it’s interesting to think that it could have gone the other way. But even after the NES hit the market I still remember talking with the girls in my elementary school about how far they could get in Super Mario Bros. Most of them defeated Bowser and saved the princess before I did. However, after years of male-centered marketing and games with male heroes saving princesses the female market declined.

        The Gender Gap Today

        In today’s world, the gender gap in those that play video games is not what most people would think. There has been a growth in the female market and in the number of female gamers. As a result the gender gap has been shrinking but still exists among young people. However, when we look at the older age brackets we see a definite change. Women are playing more than men.

        In two age groups, 50 to 64 and 65+ we see that the number of women playing games is higher than the number of men. In the case of the 50 to 64 group it’s 5% more and in the 65+ group it 2% more. The gender-gap in the younger age brackets, however, is still heavily male-dominated.

        The Young Crowd

        Among the teenage crowd, the gender gap is still fairly large with 97% of males playing games on some kind of device compared to 83% of females. That gap gets even larger is we look at console gamers. Having access to a gaming console seems to favor the male crowd at 92% compared to 75%. Which probably means that teenage girls are more likely to use other devices.”

        SEE? CPU magazine back around ’07 was talkin’ about how women over 50 we’re playing more games(I.E.farmville&such) per week than teen boys did playin’ varoius ”real” games in a study too.

         
    • Will S.

      July 3, 2022 at 8:33 pm

      Yeah, like dave asks, women, video games, what?

       
  5. Will S.

    July 7, 2022 at 12:32 pm

    Who must go?

     

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