Monday, October 6, 2014


I like the TV show About A Boy, mostly because it's about an eligible bachelor who gets away with Going His Own Way.

I also liked the movie with the same title (starring Hugh Grant) and the novel they are based on (written by Nick Hornby). So, maybe it's just my personal taste (which there is no accounting for).
Yeah, you have to get past all the Hollywood crap about showing him the "error of his ways" every week, but the next episode always starts with him reset as a confirmed bachelor -- as though he never learned last week's lesson. Better yet, he consistently pulls the boy out from under his domineering mother's smothering of the week.

I'm glad it's popular enough to be renewed for a second season. Most shows, and most commercials, treat men far worse and expect us to like it. Typically, the domineering mother wins. 

This show is a welcome change.

Sunday, October 5, 2014

Go MGTOW Young Man, Go MGTOW!

I just finished reading Wikipedia's plot summary of the movie Gone Girl

If I were looking for a reason not to marry (or even let a woman stay at my place for "a few days"), then the events in this movie provide it. Let's look:

1. She frames her husband for her murder and goes into hiding.
2. She murders the man who is hiding and protecting her.
3. She coerces her husband into not divorcing her by spermjacking him and getting pregnant. 

I happen to like the "got away with murder" sub-genre of movies.  (Think Godfather and Mr. Ripley, for two examples.) What bothers me is all the feminist approval. There is a strong undercurrent of "she done a good thing" in that gang.

'Nuff said.

Saturday, October 4, 2014

Why am I not surprised?

Simone de Beauvoir: A Nazi, a pedophile, and a misogynist

I wish I could claim credit for the level of scholarship the author put in this one. -W.M.

Even MGTOW may not be enough!

Will there come a day when Going Your Own Way is not sufficient? Will they hunt you down and force compliance? Well, they do have the badges and guns...

The Emperor Augustus put a tax on unmarried men and another on childless married couples. That is not the only historical precedent.

Vote wisely.

I got one of those viral emails. It could be a hoax, but I take it as a caution and a lesson.
By the way, I was going with "all the above" but that wasn't a choice.

The following is incredible! I didn't get one correct answer. Prepare for a shock at the answer and prepare yourself for the next election !! Six trivia questions to see how much history you really know.
Be honest, it's kind of fun and revealing. If you don't know the answers make your best guess. Answer all of the questions (no cheating) before looking at the answers.
And, no, the answers to these questions aren't all "Barack Obama". Who said it?

1) "We're going to take things away from you on behalf of the common good."
A. Karl Marx
B. Adolph Hitler
C. Joseph Stalin
D. Barack Obama
E. None of the above
2) "It's time for a new beginning, for an end to government of the few, by the few, and for the few...... And to replace it with shared responsibility, for shared prosperity."
A. Lenin
B. Mussolini
C. Idi Amin
D. Barack Obama
E. None of the above
3) "(We).....can't just let business as usual go on, and that means something has to be taken away from some people."
A. Nikita Khrushchev
B. Joseph Goebbels
C. Boris Yeltsin
D. Barack Obama
E. None of the above
4) "We have to build a political consensus and that requires people to give up a little bit of their own ... in order to create this common ground."
A. Mao Tse Tung
B. Hugo Chavez
C. Kim Jong II
D. Barack Obama
E. None of the above
5) "I certainly think the free-market has failed."
A. Karl Marx
B. Lenin
C. Molotov
D. Barack Obama
E. None of the above
6) "I think it's time to send a clear message to what has become the most profitable sector in (the) entire economy that they are being watched."
A. Pinochet
B. Milosevic
C. Saddam Hussein
D. Barack Obama
E. None of the above
...........Scroll down for answers

and the answers are ~~~~~~~~~~~~~
(1) E. None of the above.
Statement was made by Hillary Clinton 6/29/2004
(2) E. None of the above.
Statement was made by Hillary Clinton 5/29/2007
(3) E. None of the above.
Statement was made by Hillary Clinton 6/4/2007
(4) E. None of the above.
Statement was made by Hillary Clinton 6/4/2007
(5 ) E None of the above.
Statement was made by Hillary Clinton 6/4/2007
(6). E. None of the above.
Statement was made by Hillary Clinton 9/2/2005

Friday, October 3, 2014

In the category of OMG...

Mom Bakes Vagina Cookies For 2nd Graders, Can’t Believe Teacher Has The Nerve To Refuse Them

A tip of the ole fedora to Captain Capitalism for posting this so I could find it.

Tim Allen HAM License

I've always liked Tim Allen

Actor Tim Allen Gets His Ham Ticket For Real
He has a successful career as an actor and comedian

The HAM license is icing on the cake. Good for him!

Thursday, October 2, 2014

MGTOW Self Defense

Wise words! Read these:

3 Mistakes Hannah Graham Made

Self-Defense 101: Situational Awareness is Everything

Pay Attention!

It was my excellent good fortune to have judo and jiujitsu classes available to me in my early teens. I only wish it had been possible to start sooner, like age six. It helped me out of many a scrape. Better late than never.

Wednesday, October 1, 2014

MGTOWs Should Cut The Cable!

For Us MGTOWs...

TV bombards us with anti-male propaganda.
"Men are idiots... Men should be happy for women to pick their pockets... Men should be subject to physical violence from women with no recourse..." The list goes on.

Why on earth should I pay for this?

The fact is, that every cable subscriber is paying for this!

Yes, you are paying for shows that you don't watch. You are paying for commercials and shows - all of them - that make men into dupes, walking ATMs, and punching bags. It doesn't matter if you watch them or not. You are paying for them.

Your subscription dollars go to everything on cable. Everything.

For Married MRAs...

I have an acquaintance who tells me her family spends about $120 per month on cable. That's $1,440 per year that could be in the family pocket.

She has two kids in the early years of grade school. What will those kids look back on as fond memories? Will it be things they did with Mom and Dad, or will it be TV shows they saw?

My advice to her, and all moms and dads is to spend time with your kids and skimp on the TV!! Use that savings for camping in state parks (best family times ever), picnics, days at the beach, or playing cards and board games around the kitchen table.

Dad, mom, they're never too young to learn poker, bridge, hearts, Monopoly, Parcheesi, chess ... and they will be glad they did.

Mom, teach them the basics of cooking from a recipe, how to do laundry, other college and real life survival skills.

That's what your kids will remember as the happy times.

Nobody remembers the TV show they saw in third grade. We all (we lucky ones) remember the rummy games around the campfire in front of the rented camper van.

One MGHOW's Answer...

What I did is cut my cable, use the first month's savings to put up an outside antenna, and watch 'free' TV. On top of that, I have the internet, various streaming TV sites, and DVDs from the library, RedBox, and Amazon. Between them, they offer more video entertainment than I can consume.
I have a few (only a few) favorite TV shows. I wait one day and watch them over the internet. The keepers, I buy the DVD sets.

Sporting events?

You got me there. I join a group and watch whatever the game is at someone's man cave on their giant screen. We drink too much and eat lots of junk food. We all chip in, so Mr. Man Cave eats and drinks for free -- thus, the karma is balanced.

Mostly, we hang out and do the male bonding thing. Otherwise, all I care about is the point spread, which will be on the internet news a minute after the game is over.

Most games aren't worth my time -- the point spread is all that matters really. We're all better off if I stay home and play fetch with my dog. It's less fattening, and I'm not in danger of a DUI ticket.

Cut the cable!