Sunday, 15 May 2016

Fan art... of a sort

After listening to the Honey Badgers' critique of a men's rights episode of Fox's prime time drama "Bones", in which the leaders of a prominent men's rights organization "just happened" to be named Karen and Paul, an ardent fan created this:



That is all.

18 comments:

  1. when are you going to debate manhood academy you lying piece of shit coward?

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    1. I checked out "manhood academy". I did't take it too seriously, I doubt she did either. No debate. I know what ad hominem means now,thanks Karen.

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  2. Oh, that sweater is gonna sell like hotcakes now.

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  3. So I went to show "It's not about the nail," to my fiancée. I brought the iPad over to her and hit play. Nothing happened, because she hit play herself and paused it.

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  4. Here's an interesting development that just happened. I've heard about the feminist movement putting up posters on college campuses that infer that all men are rapists. Just the latest example of how feminism is nothing less than a hate movement. So I go on the website of the Southern Poverty Law Center which tracks hate groups and lo and behold I don't see any mention of feminism being a hate movement. Shocking, right? So I call up the S.P.L.C. to ask politely why feminism isn't listed among their numerous hate groups they track. For two days I've been getting the runaround from these idiots, getting patched through to this one's phone or that one's phone and amazingly nobody seems to be at their desks. It's like they all take lunch all day long and are never at their desks.

    Finally after numerous phone calls trying to reach someone there I reach someone's voice mail that gives me the number for their communications director, one Kirsten Bokenkamp. Amazingly she picks up when I call her number. This is how the conversation went:

    Me: "Hi, you're with the Southern Poverty Law Center, correct?"

    Kirsten: "Yes, may I help you?"

    Me: "Well I was wondering why a particular group that is clearly a hate movement is not listed on your website as a hate movement. Listen, anyone taking an objective, unbiased look at the feminist movement in this country has to conclude that it's a hate movement. They are now putting up posters on college campuses across the country inferring that all men are rapists. As a man I find that highly offensive as well as being wildly inaccurate."

    Kirsten: [the clicking sound of the phone hanging up]

    So I call back immediately and get her voice mail saying "Hi this is Kirsten Bokenkamp, I'm away from my desk right now..."

    Several more calls in the next few minutes get the same lack of response. So I leave several messages saying how unprofessional and immature it is to hang up on someone when they are being polite and are simply giving you information that hurts your little feelings and conflicts with your agenda. And how cowardly it is. Still no response.

    So you can rest assured that the Southern Poverty Law Center, whatever it started out as, is nowadays nothing but a very biased, immature shitstain of an organization that is nothing more than a stick with which to beat groups that they politically disagree with. Worse than worthless.

    And their communications director Kirsten Bokenkamp is the most cowardly piece of shit imaginable.

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  5. Here's an interesting development that just happened. I've heard about the feminist movement putting up posters on college campuses that infer that all men are rapists. Just the latest example of how feminism is nothing less than a hate movement. So I go on the website of the Southern Poverty Law Center which tracks hate groups and lo and behold I don't see any mention of feminism being a hate movement. Shocking, right? So I call up the S.P.L.C. to ask politely why feminism isn't listed among their numerous hate groups they track. For two days I've been getting the runaround from these idiots, getting patched through to this one's phone or that one's phone and amazingly nobody seems to be at their desks. It's like they all take lunch all day long and are never at their desks.

    Finally after numerous phone calls trying to reach someone there I reach someone's voice mail that gives me the number for their communications director, one Kirsten Bokenkamp. Amazingly she picks up when I call her number. This is how the conversation went:

    Me: "Hi, you're with the Southern Poverty Law Center, correct?"

    Kirsten: "Yes, may I help you?"

    Me: "Well I was wondering why a particular group that is clearly a hate movement is not listed on your website as a hate movement. Listen, anyone taking an objective, unbiased look at the feminist movement in this country has to conclude that it's a hate movement. They are now putting up posters on college campuses across the country inferring that all men are rapists. As a man I find that highly offensive as well as being wildly inaccurate."

    Kirsten: [the clicking sound of the phone hanging up]

    So I call back immediately and get her voice mail saying "Hi this is Kirsten Bokenkamp, I'm away from my desk right now..."

    Several more calls in the next few minutes get the same lack of response. So I leave several messages saying how unprofessional and immature it is to hang up on someone when they are being polite and are simply giving you information that hurts your little feelings and conflicts with your agenda. And how cowardly it is. Still no response.

    So you can rest assured that the Southern Poverty Law Center, whatever it started out as, is nowadays nothing but a very biased, immature shitstain of an organization that is nothing more than a stick with which to beat groups that they politically disagree with. Worse than worthless.

    And their communications director Kirsten Bokenkamp is the most cowardly piece of shit imaginable.

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  8. Awe you're welcome Karen!

    Signed, The Ardent Fan.

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  9. Thank you Karen for helping open my eyes to the truth of what is going on around us. Once you see it you can't 'unsee' anymore, and the examples of societal misandry pretty much slap you in the face at every turn. I read an article on Global news today that I thought was particularly hypocritical:

    http://globalnews.ca/news/2670021/faking-orgasms-men-do-it-too-but-its-not-necessarily-a-bad-thing/

    It would seem that a woman having sex and faking it used to be an awful terrible thing caused by unfeeling men, but a man faking it somehow is a good thing because he may be too drunk or under the influence of medication. Pardon me for asking but aren't a certain group screaming bloody murder that if a woman has drank anything she can't be responsible and give informed consent but somehow a man can when drunk? The hypocrisy is staggering......either that or the articles author has been living under a rock.

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  10. Feminism might look down on women, as much as it does on men. The notion that women should act like men is a statement that implies that women traits are inferior. It is enough to observe how some women dress going for the "guy look". Thus going against the feminine strength and qualities. Its a MAD (Mutual assured destruction) situation.

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  12. Dear Ms. Straughan,

    I am a huge fan! I am writing a persuasive essay for my Speech Class and want to argue that women should not be allowed to vote if they are not subject to the draft. I found the Supreme Court case but I want more primary sources for my argument (anti suffrage women, proof of bucket brigades, and female votes before the 19th amendment). Can you help me with links?

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