Double Standards, Hypocrisy And A Ball To The Head

December 28, 2006

So the week went by pretty quick and it was time for my Saturday baseball game. I was loaded up on Yoo-Hoo as usual and it was my turn at the plate. After a count of 2 b***s and 0 strikes, the pitch came in hard and fast and beaned me right in the head. I collapsed and it was goodnight for me. As I wandered the universe while my brain was trying to return to its rightful spot in my skull, I remembered an article by Thomas Simon on Men’s Daily; Double Standards: Ever Wonder Why? Mr. Simon listed many double standards about women and the hypocrisy that we men face daily. Ten in particular stood out to me while I was unconscious. 10: Why does women’s health get much more attention when men die about seven years younger than women? 9: Why are women without a job considered to be exercising free choice but men without a job considered a bum? 8: If divorced women have it worse than divorced men, why do divorced men commit suicide eight or ten times as much as divorced women? 7:... See More Tour Details »

The Beautiful Bride Barbie Doll

December 21, 2006

It’s Christmas time and I found myself shopping at the local Toys R us for my 3 1/2 year old little girl. To my despair, I was subjected to 3 aisles of pure c**p. My pupils were being burned by the likes of dolls named “Bratz” and disturbing makeup kits that were “3 year old friendly”. As I stared at the mind numbing selection of various “Diva Packs” (make believe cell phones, lip glosses etc), I couldn’t help but think of Jon Benet Ramsey. The old doormat in me wanted to cry. I feared the make-believe life my daughter would live as a result of having grown up with these parasitic fem-toys. One toy that has sadly become an American institution is the Barbie. Right up there with those sick and twisted Disney films that numb a little girl into la-la land. As Khankrumthebulgar puts it, “Reality cannot live up to cartoons. Women are trained to find a man with motivation from the beginning, starting with Disney classics like Cinderella... See More Tour Details »

Feminism’s Affect On Women

December 17, 2006

I’m inclined to believe that women just don’t understand us men. Women just can’t seem to understand that the only time smart men are willing to sign on the dotted line is when they’re young and horny, when they have no real assets to lose and before they really understand the principles of wealth creation (ie. early 20s). By the time smart men have a degree or two, a 401k and IRA, a house and a 6 figure income (or at least when they’re closing in on it) they’re not so keen to just give it away for yet another woman. Then when the smart men hit their 30′s and their s*x drive drops (from being “yeah i’ll sign anything to get a bit” to “wait a minute, this means you get everything”); all of a sudden, life is under the control of the “big head” and women don’t seem perpelxed by us. Many women can’t seem to understand why we don’t act like horny teenagers anymore and these women refuse to accept... See More Tour Details »

Pregnant Woman Fails To Trap A Smart Man Into Parenthood

December 14, 2006

So you’re busy shagging the town Minx for several months, and poof one morning over a croissant at the bookstore she says “by the way i’m pregnant.” Railroading a guy into parenthood isn’t just some “baby daddy” soap-opera scenario. According to an article on Men Style. “A woman’s fertility peaks when she’s between the ages of 20 and 24, according to Mayo Clinic statistics. By the time she’s 35 to 39, it’s already wilted by 25 to 50 percent. And from there the options aren’t always so attractive: The average cost of in vitro fertilization in the United States is $100,000 per baby—and insurance generally won’t pay a cent. Combine that with the shifting social mores about single motherhood and having kids outside of marriage, and you’ve got a pretty good explanation for why some women, particularly ones in stable relationships, don’t see this as trickery at all—it’s more like a nudge.” Your... See More Tour Details »

The Smartest Man In Britain Today

December 7, 2006

The smartest man in Britain today, hands down is one 30-year-old Duncan Idaho. Duncan is known as the “eternal bachelor” and a current participant in the marriage strike. Duncan has created an amazing blog that is uniting men and educating them on how to avoid the signing of the contract that damns these foolish boys to a life of eternal hell; never becoming the man they truly could be. Duncan’s blog does an amazing job at educating these guys who may be thinking of condemning themselves and truly alerts them about the lurking feminists who are nothing but a “bunch of whining hypocrites who damn well need a big collective punch in their hairy f**king faces,” as he so eloquently exclaims. The staff here at had the privilege of spending a virtual day with the intelligent and witty Duncan courtesy of his amazing blog. Duncan’s blog begins with, “Thanks to going to bed at 5:30AM after a relaxing night of surfing the Internet and... See More Tour Details »