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Female Self-Pity and Pigs Against Palin

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One of the Biggest Mangina’s Ever. I won’t do the honor of mentioning her name.
“In recent years, as I continue to fiddle with my women’s studies syllabus, I’ve moved away from emphasizing certain themes and towards others. One theme that has become more and more important to me: tracing the cultural history of women’s shame in America, particularly in regards to sexual pleasure, food, and other “selfish” desires.”

“This is What a Feminist Sounds Like.” A spoof. Thanks for the tip, Argus.

Sports journalists are among the most politically biased in the country. Read this story reeking of female self-pity from yahoo.com on how a reporter’s privacy was violated. Listen to this:

“It’s never been easy for female sports journalists. [Are male reporters allowed in female locker rooms? WTF! What a bunch of privilege merchants.] From Lisa Olson being sexually harassed while covering the New England Patriots to Suzy Kolber having to fend off the advances of a drunk Joe Namath on national television [oh no! Sue for disability pay!] to MMA reporter Loretta Hunt being called an unacceptable name for women on camera by UFC president Dana White [please get some sessions for post-traumatic stress oh no!], women have had to overcome obstacles not faced by their male counterparts.
That doesn’t even take into account that women on television are judged for not just what they know but what they look like. Most female sports journalists have dealt with these difficulties with aplomb. However, they were magnified considerably this week when ESPN reporter Erin Andrews became a victim of video voyeurism after someone shot video of her in a private moment through her hotel room peephole.”

USDA MegaPIG Eve Ensler declares war on Sarah Palin. LINK, article: “Palin: The hunter and the hunted: Alaska governor seen as a political threat to some.”

“Palin’s stature as a self-made woman who has balanced the duties of family with the day-to-day rigors of high public office might be palatable were it not for her blasphemy against the feminist sacrament – abortion on demand. Eve Ensler, feminism’s ordained Socratic priestess and author of “The Vagina Monologues,” admitted her own fear and trembling when she stated: “I am having Sarah Palin nightmares. I dreamt last night that she was a member of a club where they rode snowmobiles and wore the claws of drowned and starved polar bears around their necks. I have a particular thing for polar bears . I need the polar bears . [what a freak!] she does not believe in evolution . she does not believe in global warming . does not believe in abortion ..” Apparently, Al Gore has kept many eco-friendly women from a good night’s sleep. A pregnant polar bear on a dwindling ice floe is a pitiful sight indeed. Religious zealots draw a line in the sand when their most sacred symbol is defiled. Roe v. Wade elevated abortion on demand and placed this symbol on the altar of feminism. Now, with every believer’s head reverently bowed, Sarah Palin strides into the church and tramples the icon. Such blasphemy cannot be overlooked. In the game of power politics, the fitting punishment is political excommunication. Imagine Ensler’s nightmare becoming horrific when her dream is invaded by the specter of Palin carrying her infant down the steps of a plane that has landed in Washington, D.C. If Palin’s resignation as governor of Alaska is a prelude to higher political aspirations, more disciples may be needed to guard the altar.”

JOKE: Thanks for this Jim S.
Two couples were playing poker one evening. Jim
accidentally dropped some cards on the floor. When he
bent down under the table to pick them up, he noticed
Bob’s wife, Sue wasn’t wearing any underwear under her
dress! Jim stayed cool and hoped none one would notice as he
emerged red-faced. Later, Jim went to the kitchen to get some
refreshments. Bob’s wife followed and asked,
‘Did you see anything that you like under there?’
Surprised by her boldness, Jim admitted that well,
indeed he did. She said, ‘You can have it but it will cost you $500.’
After taking a minute or two to assess the financial
and moral implications of this offer, Jim confirmed
his “interest”. Sue told him that since her husband
Bob worked Friday afternoons and Jim didn’t, Jim
should show up at her house around 2 p.m. Friday
afternoon.
When Friday rolled around, Jim showed up at Bob’s
house at 2 p.m. sharp – and after paying Sue the
agreed sum of $500 – they went to the bedroom and
closed their transaction. Jim quickly dressed and
left. As usual, Bob came home from work at 6 p.m. He asked
his wife: ‘Did Jim come by the house this afternoon?’
With a lump in her throat Sue answered,
‘Why yes, he did stop by for a few minutes this
afternoon.’
Her heart nearly skipped a beat when her husband
curtly asked, ‘And did he give you $500?’
Sue, using her best poker face, replied,
‘Well, yes, in fact he did give me $500.’
Bob, with a satisfied look on his face, surprised his
wife by saying, ‘He came by the office this morning and borrowed $500
from me. He promised he’d stop by our house this
afternoon on his way home and pay me back.’

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