Dude, where’s my courtship?

She’s still her same fabulous self, but the edgy and exciting men are no longer magically appearing to take her out.  Clearly this is Amazon.com’s fault.

Do you know any abnormal men?

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111 Responses to Dude, where’s my courtship?

  1. Spawny Get says:

    Loved the title…loved it.
    I can’t get rid of the feeling that ‘brogrammers’ just might be an attempt at shaming men for not bowing down before the FI…
    they got cash, she’s got bills to pay…the solution is obvious.

  2. jf12 says:

    LOLZapolooz! “It felt more like a job interview, but not the way a date is supposed to be a job interview.”

    Translation: “I hate to feel desperate.”

  3. jf12 says:

    BTW I’m still not sure what dad jeans are. I’ve always assumed they are merely regular jeans on a dad-shaped body.

  4. Lamont Cranston says:

    I’m still trying to figure out “Mom jeans.”

  5. jf12 says:

    “Some people say I’m ego-tistical …”

  6. The Real Peterman says:

    I’m pretty abnormal, but not in any type of way that would appeal to a woman.

    Talk about entitlement: she can get a date any time she wants, but the men around her don’t meet her standards. Maybe she should have locked down one of those interesting men she used to know?

  7. I’m still trying to figure out “Mom jeans.”

    They’re jeans with a high-enough waist that they don’t “accidentally” slide off a woman’s hips when she’s bending over at a night club.

  8. tweell says:

    It’s amusing to read her diatribe. The woman is single, of average looks and ~40 years old, but she’s still holding out for her hunky millionaire handyman. The entitlement hamster is strong with this one!

  9. HawkandRock says:

    Is there anyplace on earth where tattoos are still considered a mark of impaired decision making ability — i.e. déclassé?

    I want to live there.

  10. Opus says:

    What exactly was she on when she wrote her piece?; she could, she says, go back to the Dudes house, but could she get it up for him, she asks? (WTF?); she is a journalist, so she is, she says, used to eliciting answers to questions… ..and then complains that the Dude merely talks about himself (Duh).

    Time for brutal analysis: I have looked at the photos which is the only thing that matters. Not entirely unattractive but that Tat of a naked woman is a massive turn-off – Tricia looks like that girl in Bananarama, so she exudes 80s to me thus I am awarding her an age-adjusted tat-ignored firm 6.7 (just as they do in the ice-skating). Not the first self-employed (i.e. works from home and never gets out) Journalist I have come across who can only write about her lack of a sex life and who seems to have nothing else that interests her, at least she doesn’t say and even if she did I feel sure it would be some mind-numbing Politically Correct BS about dead African-American Poetesses or the war on women’s free contraception – but as we always say, females are not owed anything just for turning up with their Vagina, not even P and D, we are that mean. Even so, looking at the comments I am sure she will have no trouble finding someone for a meaningful sexual experience.

    Here’s an idea: why not date a Janitor or, Road Sweeper, or Postman or, or, or…. these are probably guys who are also feeling unhappy about their sexual life or is the up-market ambianced free attention and drinks what she really requires.

  11. greyghost says:

    I saw her picture I would not have even noticed that chick walking around in a mall or any where. She is in big trouble at her age. Can you imagine the loser ex-con meth head that is going to be living with her and hittin that in about 10 years. ha ha ha I had to look this up ……Schadenfreude

  12. jf12 says:

    One thing we can all agree on: The men’s difficulty (of men with difficulty) is in finding women who are interested in the men, and women’s difficulty is finding men who interest the women.

    It seems obvious that the only viable solution to women’s lack of interest is to increase women’s interest, e.g. chemically.

  13. greyghost says:

    The easiest way to get one of those guys is to be pleasant and nice to them. Too much to ask for an ameri-skank

  14. Purple Pill says:

    Is she seeking marriage or just short term relationship? 35 is the cut off age. If people are not married by then, they should just give up.

  15. greyghost says:

    jf12
    Save your money chemicals are best used for the manufacture of ammunition. The best solution is dread. Women like this are motivated by delusion. This is a woman and women like this are fucking stupid because they are so full of delusion that is taught to them by the PC feminine imperative. She is going to end up with a guy only a cock roach can love. with the only people actually desiring him are probation officers and loan sharks.

  16. Purple Pill says:

    “mind-numbing Politically Correct BS about dead African-American Poetesses ”

    MEN

    When I was young, I used to
    Watch behind the curtains
    As men walked up and down the street. Wino men, old men.
    Young men sharp as mustard.
    See them. Men are always
    Going somewhere.
    They knew I was there. Fifteen
    Years old and starving for them.
    Under my window, they would pauses,
    Their shoulders high like the
    Breasts of a young girl,
    Jacket tails slapping over
    Those behinds,
    Men.

    One day they hold you in the
    Palms of their hands, gentle, as if you
    Were the last raw egg in the world. Then
    They tighten up. Just a little. The
    First squeeze is nice. A quick hug.
    Soft into your defenselessness. A little
    More. The hurt begins. Wrench out a
    Smile that slides around the fear. When the
    Air disappears,
    Your mind pops, exploding fiercely, briefly,
    Like the head of a kitchen match. Shattered.
    It is your juice
    That runs down their legs. Staining their shoes.
    When the earth rights itself again,
    And taste tries to return to the tongue,
    Your body has slammed shut. Forever.
    No keys exist.

    Then the window draws full upon
    Your mind. There, just beyond
    The sway of curtains, men walk.
    Knowing something.
    Going someplace.
    But this time, I will simply
    Stand and watch.

    Maybe.

    – Maya Angelou

  17. HawkandRock says:

    From one of the author’s peers: “The biggest thing, the thing that bothered me the most is I felt like my intelligence was greatly devalued,” she wrote. ”I am a smart woman. I have a master’s from Berkeley in philosophy.”

    Hahahaha. Oh my….

    If nothing else, these boring techies — 100% of whom are apparently awful human beings — at the very least bring a decent income and some stability to the table. What the women bring is never really open for discussion. Odd that.

    We know it’s not money. We know at least in the author’s case it’s not sweetness or supportiveness or personality.

    The short answer for anyone who cares is…their fabulous selves. That’s it. To their beautiful minds, that should be all that is required for any man to pledge their undying love and their resources to. Ever. If you believe otherwise, you are: gay, misogynistic, terrified of capable, powerful women, a boringneckbeardedloservirginwithasmallpeniswholivesinhismother’sbasementandcan’tgetlaid etc.

    It was tiresome 15 years ago…. they will never catch on.

  18. Jake Seliger says:

    I wrote about a related issue in The inequality that matters II: Why does dating in Seattle get left out?

    A million media-types are writing about income inequality, a relatively small number of bloggers are writing about sexual inequality, but almost no one is writing about them in the same context.

  19. deti says:

    Ms. Romano comes across as if she is entitled, yes, ENTITLED, to a man of her choosing.

    Danger! We know what happens when people are deemed to be ENTITLED to things!

  20. jf12 says:

    Pop quiz. Please answer honestly the first thing that comes into your mind, at least as honestly as any personality quiz in Redbook. Complete the blank in the fictional attribution in quotation marks
    “I’m surrounded by single, successful, and not-too-bad-looking men. There’s too many to choose from! And I don’t like any of them! None of them interest me at all! So, what is wrong with ____?”

    I predict every man will answer: me (meaning her).
    I predict *every* woman will answer: men (meaning not her)
    And it is obvious which one is correct.

  21. jf12 says:

    After lightly googling the TriciaRomano, the one question that needs asking is: Does sexist primarily mean “Interested in someone sexier than me?”

  22. enrique432 says:

    This post of hers just DEMANDS a fictional rejoinder, of this “date” from his perspective. HIS-tory I think feminists call it.

    This part was hilarious. Catch the ‘head fake’? Not only is she “name dropping” Paris, she’s attempting to lend credibility to her complete wonderfulness–after all, guys princessed her, by taking her to PARIS ! Apparently more than once. All the things she lists as “compliments” to her own life, are simply things she wants to do, because her life is that of a boring 40-something hag with a bad tattoo. She’s not bringing anything major to the party, save perhaps Van Halen tickets.

    Read with disgust:

    …”complementary to, your own world. The hope is, you’ll learn something interesting, and vice versa. When I went to Paris, I went on OKCupid dates with several men as a way to see the city and perhaps have a romantic excursion; one worked at a movie production studio, another was a video editor; one guy worked in finance; another was an interior designer. Each one was thoroughly different than the other. “

  23. feeriker says:

    If nothing else, these boring techies — 100% of whom are apparently awful human beings — at the very least bring a decent income and some stability to the table. What the women bring is never really open for discussion.

    One wonders how many of these techno-slaves, trying to survive the digital sweatshop with their mental, physical, and financial health intact, to say nothing of their self-respect, viscerally feel, if only not express, the following sentiment:

    “I spend anywhere from 12 hours or more per day, six-plus days per week laboring in degradation to keep a roof over my head and clothes on my back, just about one paycheck away from homelessness, and some washed up skank not only feels entitled to my property, but wants me to get a personality transplant to her liking as well? FUCK THAT. I’m tired enough already and don’t need that kind of aggravation to add to the hassles I already have. If I have to live as a wage slave, it’s only to take care of myself, not some malcontent entitlement whore with a bottomless appetite that no mere mortal man can ever satisfy.”

    Seriously, if all (or even most) of the single women in Seattle or other west coast tech cities are like that bitchtard Romano (and anecdotal evidence suggests that they are), why would any of these beleaguered techies even think of dating them? Aren’t their lives miserable enough without compounding it further?

  24. feeriker says:

    When I went to Paris, I went on OKCupid dates with several men as a way to see the city and perhaps have a romantic excursion; one worked at a movie production studio, another was a video editor; one guy worked in finance; another was an interior designer. Each one was thoroughly different than the other. 

    Translated from Slutspeak:

    “I was a P&D years ago for a succession of rich suckers who quickly tired of my princessy drama and selfish demands and who dumped me faster than a Parisian gangster-pimp dumps the bodies of his used whores into the Seine. Now don’t tell me that you wouldn’t tap THAT! Surely a poor desparate “nice guy” like you wouldn’t pass up some used pussy that’s been to Paris FOUR TIMES!

    “Come on – I know you want it!”

  25. deti says:

    Ms. Romano’s lengthy whine is the flipside of “men are not entitled to sex”.

    I have absolutely no problem with women saying that men aren’t entitled to sex from whomever they want, whenever they want it (different story if you’re married, of course). That’s absolutely correct that men do not have a right to sex.

    By the same token, we must also say that women are not entitled to husbands. Women aren’t entitled to commitment. Women are not entitled to men’s money, or time, or resources.

  26. deti says:

    Every time a woman asks similar questions to that of Ms. Romano; every time you read a woman’s lament about this or that boyfriend not treating her right; every time you read the plaintive wail “where have all the good men gone!?”, all you should say is:

    “You’re not entitled to a man’s commitment. You’re not entitled to a man’s money, time or resources.”

  27. Novaseeker says:

    It’s actually rather hilarious, I think.

    The fantasia is delicious. Note that the only straight guys she identified as being of interest during her 90s stint were artists — contrasted later with “straight white guys from flyover country who want good jobs”. Hahaha. She prefers gay guys to these guys, and even lesbians it would appear. Why not just go dyke?

    More seriously, the immaturity is literally breath-taking. I suppose the gaudy tattoo (I am against any tattoos, but that kind of one is particularly off-putting) is a tell of that of sorts, but for a woman of her age to be so obviously out-to-sea in terms of her realistic expectations (and even “wants” at this point of her life) is just breathtakingly immature. Still wants the edgy badboy creative with two pennies to rub together, at 40. Amazing, really. And it just never registers that the idea of constantly chasing excitement in life is a road to nowhere in the long run — no maturity at all.

    Well, the good news is that these guys don’t have to deal with women like her, because she isn’t interested in them. It’s not a good idea, from the sex market POV, to move to Seattle or SF Bay as a straight guy, anyway, just in terms of the ratios, but at least with women like this one, who hate these guys to the core of their beings, they don’t have to worry about being preyed upon. After all, these gals would rather flirt with gay men in gay bars than be caught dead with one of these straight, white men from flyover country.

  28. feeriker says:

    After all, these gals would rather flirt with gay men in gay bars…

    I believe the term describing such a woman is “fag hag.”

    Niiiice.

  29. Crank says:

    Also, I note that in one of her other articles, she does a take down of the same Christian movie that Dalrock panned and makes the same underlying observation that he made – namely that this film, like virtually all other movies and TV shows, portrays all straight men in a negative light, particularly white men. But then, her femcentric view causes her to see this as some sort of double standard that allows men to behave badly but not women, or something.

    http://www.damemagazine.com/2014/05/13/manchildren-are-not-sexy-neither-are-helpless-dads

  30. TFH says:

    Gents,

    As fun as it is to deconstruct this mediocre woman, she is a person of no consequence…

    I am much more worried about the fact that the National Marriage Project is putting out extremely anti-male views on what marriage should be. The Director, Bradford Wilcox, is someone who appears to have a major mental block about female accountability. Dalrock has described him as ‘sharp’, but I have trouble seeing how he is very different from Glenn Stanton.

    That does a lot more damage than some random journalist chick of no significance…

  31. Paige says:

    Come on guys from that picture she has a good body and a ok face not hat you can see it all and the tattoo is unfortunate in a city that is know as a lesbian hot spot . At 22 she very well may have been a hottie and that spoiled her. Now she thinks she should be attracting the same guys she did ten years ago. Forgetting that those fun young men she knew back in her prime. They would not have been interest in a woman of forty years old.

  32. greyghost says:

    TFH
    Try to look at it like this. It is ideology based. he is a sharp man that is capable working from a foundation of blue pill. A “good” man with a blue pill foundation is a white knighting mangina. That is bad for sustainable civilization. This is how evil works Beta men are the back bone. They follow the rules and strive to be “good” men and they are. When they are motivated by a lie as a foundation they become the blue pill chumps we see. Those same men with “goodness ” in their heart see us as bad men that hate women. Red pill blue pill which society benefits women the most, which one glorifies God the most, which one crosses racial and ethnic barriers most effectively for all to prosper, which one supplies the most spiritual and sexual joy.
    The National Marriage Project list is outstanding and “good” from a blue pill foundation. We as men that life and see with red pill eyes can see the fallacy. The bible will read differently for us than it does for a “good” Christian blue pill man. To us that man is churchian.

  33. MarcusD says:

    On Lindsay Lohan and the ‘sex dossier’ trend: Counting sexual partners is immature, experts say

    http://life.nationalpost.com/2014/06/02/on-lindsay-lohan-and-the-sex-dossier-trend-counting-sexual-partners-is-immature-experts-say/

  34. TFH says:

    greyghost,

    So, yes, he is harming the vary cause he claims to support.

    Not one scintilla of curiosity about how his vision of Marriage is attractive to men in any way, or why that should even be a factor. Marriage need be no more attractive to men that slavery is to slaves, according to his ilk. And yet, these are the people who are supposedly seeking to ‘save’ marriage.

  35. Bucho says:

    Sounds like she has been hanging out with Ms. Erikson….

  36. Ted Cunterblast says:

    I suppose she could always date her cat.

  37. greyghost says:

    That is red pill thinking TFH. They are the saviors because they with the blue pill foundation are out there doing something to save marriage. Even if it all collapses around them it will as long as they are blue pill be a double down on a better way to tell, enhance or to facilitate a lie.
    The real deal leadership is to either show him as a joke and reduce his followers, change his mind and foundation to red pill. With out changing who he is still motivated to save marriage and family only from a red pill foundation. The problem is the blue pill lie he was told all of his life has become the essence of who he is.

  38. Anon Guy says:

    I hate to say it, but, in a sense I kinda agree with Tricia Romano.

    So, I write this post not really as a defense of what this chick is saying, but as a “warning” to young “Brogrammers” and catalog this is a life lesson someone should have told me when I was a “brogrammer”

    I was in tech and I was a “Brogrammer”, and I was VERY good at it.

    The problem with being a good brogrammer is that it’s a not just a JOB, it is a LIFESTYLE. It is all consuming, You need to continuously study and stay on top of all developments in the field to stay in demand. Programming tools, techniques, design tools, and even paradigms in the field change all of the time. Once you become “recognized” at your company, tons of stupid bosses are always going to be coming to you asking questions on the latest technology thingy they read about on the internet, and you BETTER have the answers if you want to stay favored! So these guys Tricia complains about (and yes I have been there!) have NOTHING else in their lives other than the job!

    The greatly hampers your social and intellectual development in other areas in your life. Important areas. I don’t think brogrammer life in the long run is healthy and you risk burnout. You need to recognize this and latch onto some other hobby as well as your job, for personal growth and to help keep you grounded in the world. The outside hobbies will make you a better person and give you more things to do and talk about. For me it was wildlife and nature related activities, and in pursuing these interests I learned all of the cool and beautiful places around where I live to see animals and natural wonders, and the cheap and decent local places to eat in those areas as well, so I always have a nice place to take some girl and have other things to ramble on about. For me it was nature, It could be anything though, being into music and learning the local venues, being a foodie, wine & spirit expert, etc.

    NOTICE I am saying to do this for your own personal growth, health and development, and NOT just to appease some chick like Tricia Romano!

    However being able to have other fun interesting stuff to talk about and do will help with other aspects of your life.

  39. enrique432 says:

    I don’t completely remember her original article (Romano), because I also read Matt Forney’s (first page google hit) take down of some fat feminist named Caitlin earlier this morning, but as I recall, both womyn do a trick white feminists in particular are good at (to blue pill, uninformed audiences), they conflate their gender plight, with racism and appropriation of victimhood from “people of color”, attacking straight white men not only directly, but even at the margins.

    Little throwaway lines about how some such and such area is “fly over” country (you are MEANT to picture a blond, tall white man from Idaho, Iowa, etc), or about how such and such area wasn’t “diverse”, etc. Too busy to quote them, but it’s part of white women’s game to either completely co-opt the victim/”people of color” strategy, or act like they are a complete outsider to those benefits they deride so much in white men.

    Part of the purpose of feminism, particularly as sprung from Jewish thought, has been to separate the previously acknowledged, always assumed and never debated reality that for whatever assertions were true of “white privilege”, racism, discrimination, white women were recipients of it (privilege), part of it, or actively supported it (racism, etc). They have worked DECADES to attempt to gain legitimate victim status, despite their absolute, realized privilege (unlike white men that actually pounded the pavement every day to go to work). As has always been stated, Betty Friedan was a bored housewife, nothing more, nothing less. The OJ situation was awkward (as libertarian and gay “feminist” Tammy Bruce has noted), it pitted white feminist privilege against black agenda…OJ had violated a sacred tenant, you can do what you want, but you NEVER EVER harm a white woman. If he had murdered 50 black women, Gloria Steinem would not have cared at all.

    These women live in nearly completely sheltered bubbles, allowing (albeit even only wanting) very limited, transactional interactions with a very limited group of “people of color” that fit within their framework (music, art community,etc), yet lament that they can’t attract a 30-40 something White guy, who’s loaded, loves HGTV, will cook for her, pay some “brown skin” to clean their dream house, who isn’t already burdened with an ex-wife and child support–courtesy of the same system that women like Romano support culturally and philosophically. Remember, Romano chose to live in Seattle– which lacks true diversity, as I recall her noting. She feels more comfortable around the exact type of men she resents.

    If and when women like her marry, they IMMEDIATELY co-opt suburban housewife values as far as lifestyle, wanting the nanny, to be a SAHM, wanting “just the best schools for little Dylan” (translation, public schools with blacks/latinos won’t cut it). They maintain their past alliances and affiliations to stay “legit” and maintain credibility and consistency, but nothing about their lives reflects that.

    She’s mad she can’t have all that. She’s stuck with the 90s leftovers, single and aging

  40. bike bubba says:

    OK, Microsoft has 43,000 Puget Sound employees, Amazon similar, and there are 3.5 million people in the Seattle area. 2.5 million are adults, more or less, half of those are men, half of those are single.

    So at a minimum, Miss Romano has over half a million men in her area who do not work for Microsoft or Amazon. Problem. Solved.

    Oh, so she wants heterosexuals with the money to buy the wines and dinners she likes to consume? OK, that might be more or a problem, then. Count me also as one who was a bit creeped out by the tattoo, and quite frankly her face as well. It’s a little bit harder than I’d like to wake up next to every morning.

  41. jack says:

    Some people say I’m ego-tistical …”

    …Hell, I don’t even know what that means…

  42. Anthony says:

    To be exceptionally crass about it, if I were single and making $80,000/year, I could get a blow job (with swallow) from a reasonably cute and decently personable young woman five days a week for less than a quarter (maybe less than a fifth) of my after-tax income, and a little driving time each day.

    Can she offer me a better deal?

  43. Ras Al Ghul says:

    “Is there anyplace on earth where tattoos are still considered a mark of impaired decision making ability — i.e. déclassé? ”

    Strangely enough, I was out with some friends the other night and a woman in her 30s, attractive but not stunning announced when the topic came up “I don’t have any tattoos.”

    And immediately there were men falling all over themselves telling her “How hot” and “sexy” that was.

    I think most men don’t like tattoos on women, they just don’t say anything because they’re so thirsty

  44. kuis says:

    She is an 5 at best and that’s being generous. I’d personally give her a 4. She isn’t good looking and expects the world. At 40 years old you can only expect that if you resemble Heidi Klum and even then your prospects wouldn’t be the same as they were at 30-35.

    She is delusional.

  45. jf12 says:

    re: Lindsey Stocker shorts. Boys literally could not wear these short shorts, so equality is not the goal of this supposed feminist.

  46. Casey says:

    From the article…..

    “The biggest thing, the thing that bothered me the most is I felt like my intelligence was greatly devalued,” she wrote. ”I am a smart woman. I have a master’s from Berkeley in philosophy”

    LOL – ooooohhhhh you have a Master’s in PHILOSOPHY.

    Please pardon those poor stupid techno-geek men for not seeing the value in your philosophy degree.

    The article also describes these same intelligent, high paid, corporate men as ‘boring’.

    “It was all job speak—the type of language ladder-climbers use; it was the kind of talk that shuts vaginas down cold.”

    Man……this article just gives & gives & gives on so many levels.
    What a window into the mind of this woman.

    To hear her prattle on, you’d think she was a scorching hot 10 our of 10. Nope.
    She is looking for a biker who pulls down $100,000 to $120,000 per year.

    Good luck with that!

  47. zodak says:

    she is seriously plain, her DS mouth isn’t enough. the entitlement in her is amazing. beta bux is not enough for some of these girls. she doesn’t even realize she’s hit the wall already.

  48. She’s average-looking or better for her age, mainly because she’s kept off the weight. But she looks like she’s fighting it hard, so the instant she relaxes with a ring on her finger she’ll balloon up. But right now, if she covered up that really bad tattoo and tried to look more feminine than aggressive, she’d be worth a look — again, for her age. Of course, after one date and a couple hours of listening to her natter on about Paris, you’d be asking yourself whether the done-deal blowjob later will be worth it, or whether the place has a back door near the restrooms.

  49. Random Angeleno says:

    If I wasn’t so Catholic, I’d hit it. Then I’d quit it. But then I’m of a certain age. Fun checking that hamster. And chucking it too

  50. Mark says:

    @Dalrock

    Good Find.

    I looked at her pic…..not a bad looking broad…..the tattoo is a major turnoff. I’ve seen at least 20 women like her today at the office.”Where are all the single men”? It is never ending! I am not sure that Seattle would be that bad.I live in Toronto and everyone from Opus to Roosh will tell you that it has the worst women in North America. This broad wants a Man handed to her on a silver platter.I can almost guarantee you that for any man seeking a relationship with Ms.Romano,she will be two things to the table…”Pussy & Debt”. Also,men are not asking her out?……Really?….could it be that a lot of the men would rather be MGTOW as the catch is not worth the chase?…Just a thought.

  51. enrique432 says:

    Any guy with a brain, makes sure he meets her on this first (maybe even second) “date”, at a mall food court. or Starbucks… she’s the type that mutters “oh, uhm…ok, I’m usually used to dinner for a date…ya know, to get to know each other”. That may be too dangerous a proposition up in Seattle though, they might (correctly) assume the guy assumes you’re going dutch.

    Such a conundrum these women have created. No one seems to care about their special needs any longer.

  52. Mark says:

    @MarcusD

    Concerning your link from the National Post(Which I have already read as a subscriber and daily reader of the NP).I got this over at MGTOW Forums.A very good read that makes one hell of a lot of sense!

    http://www.mgtowforums.com/forums/mgtow-general-discussion/21898-post-cock-carousel-women-trauma.html

  53. Mark says:

    @enrique

    “”Such a conundrum these women have created””

    I agree! But,lets look at the positive side for a moment.From my POV,this chick is perfect “booty call” material.From a guy that has MUCH experience in this arena I will guarantee you that a normal guy that plays his cards right will have her between the sheets anytime he wants.And here is the beautiful part….you don’t have to get involved with her….all you have to do is F*** her.Do a good job and she will be calling you for action. After all,hooking up with a Player is better than not hooking up at all! And from reading about her,she has a very itchy monkey that needs some scratching!….These are the broads that I aim for and they are a dime a dozen!….Feminism has created this and it is up to guys like us to reap the rewards!

  54. TFH says:

    Regarding the Tattoo :

    Note how the woman depicted in the tattoo will not age even as Ms. Romano herself gets older and older. Imagine that tattoo on her when she is 65.

    She had hoped that the tattoo would serve as her own picture of Dorian Grey. It has not…

  55. feeriker says:

    Note how the woman depicted in the tattoo will not age even as Ms. Romano herself gets older and older. Imagine that tattoo on her when she is 65.

    Freaking HILARIOUS.

    The thought crosses my mind multiple times per week that I hope I live just long enough to see some of these GenX and Millennial skanks, with their tats and piercings, cross the 60-year threshold with all of that shit still cursing (and that’s what it will be by that point) their nasty carcasses after having aged less than gracefully. It’ll probably be the last thing I ever look at, as the first sighting will probably be sufficient to fry both my corneas.

  56. blurkel says:

    “Do you know any abnormal men?”

    I know many who would ravish her, then kick her to the curb. Since all she wants is sex, that should be acceptable to her.

  57. TFH says:

    Instalanche! Good, as I was still annoyed by the notion that Bradford Wilcox is substantially less blue pill than Glenn Stanton…

    The Instapundit comments seem to be 60/40 in favor of the red pill. I think a lot of SoCons still have no idea that CS is :

    a) a percentage of the man’s income, not a fixed amount
    b) The women does not have to prove she spent it on the child
    c) Enforced under penalty of imprisonment of the man
    d) Does not grant the man any custody rights at all…

    The comments there display how few people even know this about the law, and the mentality that enables such laws to be enacted (conservatives will swiftly abandon any and all other conservative values like personal responsibility, constitutional rights, illegality of debtor’s prison, etc. when the prospect of being a whiteknight presents itself).

  58. MarcusD says:

    @enrique432

    What I find baffling is the claim on her part that the dress code is “sexist”. Men and women don’t dress in the same way, generally, but regardless of that, I’d expect men would be in trouble for wearing “short shorts,” too.

    Now, if she could produce some evidence for an actual incident where (for example) boys were wearing “short shorts” and they went unpunished, then perhaps she might have a case. It seems she doesn’t, and is unhappy about being on the receiving end of a very, very minor unpleasantry due to gender asymmetry.

  59. Johnycomelately says:

    The ‘interment reinforcement’ of banging random dudes has damaged these women for ordinary men.These women are nothing but rats hitting the reinforcement bar waiting for their next ‘excitment’ fix.

    Given the age of the women (25-44) there was no mention of family, children, home life etc.

    It’s all about excitement and nothing else.

  60. Martian Bachelor says:

    Full price leftovers taste better, enjoy!

  61. Or, Price wants to guest on an episode of Portlandia

  62. JBO says:

    Off-topic but very interesting, today’s news:

    Vladimir Putin presented the Order of Parental Glory

    The Order of Parental Glory is awarded to parents and adoptive parents of seven or more children for their services to strengthening the institution of the family and raising children.

    http://eng.kremlin.ru/news/22429

  63. MarcusD says:

    Which echoes: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cross_of_Honour_of_the_German_Mother, and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M%C3%A9daille_de_la_Famille_fran%C3%A7aise

    And, since I’m linking Wikipedia, something that likely would be a full article had the tax been directed towards women: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bachelor_tax

  64. MarcusD says:

    @Mark

    I’ll take a look at that link – though, at the moment it appears to be down

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  66. Tom C says:

    So according to this article and another it linked back to, there are an estimated 119 single males for every 100 single females in Seattle, ages 25-44. Many of these are from Amazon’s recent 15,000 person hiring binge, 75% of which are male and many of whom make $80K+ per year. Women on OK Cupid get 15-50 emails per week.

    And the problem? As one woman put it, there are no more “cheap but exciting dates” and they must suffer through men buying them expensive dinners.

  67. Tom C says:

    I mean, don’t get me wrong, kudos to any woman who refuses to be a gold-digger. It just seems like maybe they are complaining just to hear themselves complain.

  68. Societal Decay says:

    Summary of that article: “Eww, beta nerd cooties!”

  69. MarcusD says:

    “I’m at the breaking point,” said Gretchin Gardner, an Austin artist who bought a 1930s bungalow in the Bouldin neighborhood just south of downtown in 1991 and has watched her property tax bill soar to $8500 this year.

    “It’s not because I don’t like paying taxes,” said Gardner, who attended both meetings [of “irate homeowners”]. “I have voted for every park, every library, all the school improvements, for light rail, for anything that will make this city better. But now I can’t afford to live here anymore.”

    http://conservativewahoo.blogspot.ca/2014/06/a-liberals-tenuous-grip-on-cause-and.html

  70. vashine says:

    And this is why I will not go near an American girl or woman anymore. She has no idea how good of a life she has, nor how quality these men are compared to others around the world. American women are materialistic and spoiled rotten. So much baggage, so many expectations and demands as to be unbelievable. So much that they cannot even begin to see it or even face it. It is the very basis of their vision of the world, themselves, others around them. It is always more, more, more, more. Always up, up, save, more, save, get, run around, want, get, have, achieve, more, more, bigger, nicer, success, more, more, get, want, have, more, next, do, achieve, plan, do, more, next… and then you die. That is life for American women.

    “When I went to Paris, I went on OKCupid dates with several men as a way to see the city and perhaps have a romantic excursion; one worked at a movie production studio, another was a video editor; one guy worked in finance; another was an interior designer. Each one was thoroughly different than the other.”

    Translated from Slutspeak: Only one of the four was actually French, aka a white male. The other three were an African, an Arab, and an Eastern European immigrant, all of whom likely embellished or straight up lied about their professions so they could DHV me in order to try and get the tattooed American slut into the sack. I clearly am an easy lay for anyone who can remotely impress me. By “impress” I mean treat me like absolute shit, be half-caveman, and mean it. Continue doing so during and after sex. Clearly I am above caring about money, because I’m classy like that, but the sex with the hornball Arab (redundant?) in the back of his clearly re-furbished BMW in a shady part of I-don’t-know-where was fantastic. Each one was different in that they all marked me for an easy lay, for all the same reasons, yet were all from different cultural and racial backgrounds.

  71. Opus says:

    @Marcus D

    So that is modern work: no less than eight people sitting around deciding what flavour tickles their fancy and without accountability or appeal – and they get paid for it.

  72. “I’m at the breaking point,” said Gretchin Gardner, an Austin artist who bought a 1930s bungalow in the Bouldin neighborhood just south of downtown in 1991 and has watched her property tax bill soar to $8500 this year.

    “It’s not because I don’t like paying taxes,” said Gardner, who attended both meetings [of “irate homeowners”]. “I have voted for every park, every library, all the school improvements, for light rail, for anything that will make this city better. But now I can’t afford to live here anymore.”

    Awesome.

  73. Elsie says:

    As a woman in her 20s looking to get married, all I have to say is one woman’s trash, another woman’s treasure :)

  74. Thinkn'Man says:

    @ innocent:
    “I’m at the breaking point,” said Gretchin Gardner, an Austin artist who bought a 1930s bungalow in the Bouldin neighborhood just south of downtown in 1991 and has watched her property tax bill soar to $8500 this year.
    “It’s not because I don’t like paying taxes,” said Gardner, who attended both meetings [of “irate homeowners”]. “I have voted for every park, every library, all the school improvements, for light rail, for anything that will make this city better. But now I can’t afford to live here anymore.”

    Another failure of American Men to “man up” and pay for all the debt incurred by an Ameriskank.

    Gaaaaah!!!

  75. feeriker says:

    “I’m at the breaking point,” said Gretchin Gardner, an Austin artist who bought a 1930s bungalow in the Bouldin neighborhood just south of downtown in 1991 and has watched her property tax bill soar to $8500 this year.“It’s not because I don’t like paying taxes,” said Gardner, who attended both meetings [of “irate homeowners”]. “I have voted for every park, every library, all the school improvements, for light rail, for anything that will make this city better. But now I can’t afford to live here anymore.”

    “Ms. Gardner, I would like to introduce you to a pair of fine, upstanding folks. Meet “Cause” and “Effect.”

    (Pained and confused facial expression, followed by a long moment of awkward silence.)

    “Um, who … whaaaaat?”

  76. Larry J says:

    MarcusD says:

    June 3, 2014 at 2:03 am

    “I’m at the breaking point,” said Gretchin Gardner, an Austin artist who bought a 1930s bungalow in the Bouldin neighborhood just south of downtown in 1991 and has watched her property tax bill soar to $8500 this year.

    “It’s not because I don’t like paying taxes,” said Gardner, who attended both meetings [of “irate homeowners”]. “I have voted for every park, every library, all the school improvements, for light rail, for anything that will make this city better. But now I can’t afford to live here anymore.”

    This is known as “Californication”. Liberals are like locusts. They move into an area and inflict massive damage with their stupid ideas only to move on to other areas to do it again. I lived in Colorado for 27 years and watched it up close and personal.

  77. James K says:

    Yet another woman discovers that she cannot ride the carousel for ever; and she blames unattractive men for this! She prides herself on her superior social savvy and her degree in philosophy, yet her “thinking” is pure hamster.

    The edgy badboys that she fucked in her twenties are still out there, but they don’t return her calls. The fact that a different kind of man is still available ought to be a positive, but she doesn’t see it that way. Somehow she finds a way to blame her plight on the mere existence of these lesser men.

    Or, as a wise man once said:

    Where have all the good men gone?
    Why is my butt sore?

  78. Manny Calavera says:

    Dalrock,

    I’m a long time lurker, first time commenting. I just want to say, I love this blog, you’re doing the Lord’s work. Where Is your email address? I would like to discuss something.

    Thanks.

    [D: Welcome. I sent you an email.]

  79. Lyn87 says:

    As I understand it, the main difference between Tricia Romano and Jenny Erikson is that JE got “churchified” before she hit the wall – otherwise their present circumstances are eerily similar. Compare Ms. Romano’s present scribblings to Ms. Erikson’s “Dear Mr. Unavailable” lamentations: the differences are mostly stylistic – the underlying realities are the same.

    Unlike Jenny, at least Tricia didn’t marry a man she didn’t want, then dump him and turn her kids into divorce orphans before deciding that she wanted to play “Prom Queen / Party Girl” a decade too late. Tricia’s wrecked life is mostly her own problem, whereas Jenny wreaked havoc in the lives of at least three innocent parties.

    I guess it’s true: heretics are worse than infidels.

    One of the women Tricia Romano held up as an example of what’s wrong with men in tech boasted about her Master’s of Philosophy from Berkeley. Ms. Romano obviously agreed, and neither of them knows that such a degree is NOT a strong selling point, especially in a place like Seattle. (Neither even knows THAT it isn’t, so they certainly don’t know WHY it isn’t. So much for that “analytical brain” she claims to possess.) Not only does it show that she spent her 20’s having her head filled with crap that is both largely useless and objectively wrong, but it also suggests that she thinks that she’s a lot more savvy than she really is. You can fool UC -Berkeley Philosophy profs with that nonsense all day long, but fooling people who have to analytical for a living is a different matter entirely. Anyway, people with highly analytical minds often have trouble taking people who constantly demonstrate that they don’t have analytical minds very seriously.

  80. Anonymous Reader says:

    Lyn87, I don’t know if you coined it just now or read it somewhere else, but divorce orphan is an excellent neologism. We should spread it far and wide.

    Not only does it show that she spent her 20′s having her head filled with crap that is both largely useless and objectively wrong, but it also suggests that she thinks that she’s a lot more savvy than she really is.

    Modern women tend to have a higher opinion of their intelligence than is justified, in my experience. Likely this is a result of the endless tounge-bath of praise they received growing up coupled with the YouGoGrrl culture. This means that when they are contentious [*] they tend to be extra difficult, because a simple disagreement becomes not just a contest of wills but dueling vitae as well.

    There is another aspect to soaking in 20 years of junk thought, it is self reinforcing. For years I have consciously used by turn indicator when driving even when there are no other vehicles around, because I choose to constantly reinforce proper driving technique to the point where it becomes automatic. Thus even when in dense city freeway traffic, I signal lane changes without having to think about it. (In some places that apparently induces the vehicle behind me to speed up in order to cut me off, but that’s a different issue.) When I’ve worked on certain projects and spent all my working day immersed in some problem, and then done further research/reading/thinking in my free time, I have found that I think better and differently about the project.

    Someone who has been immersed, soaking, in junk thought for 20 years has all manner of mental habits, mental reflexes, programmed responses, etc. that will pop up automatically. Should such a person wish to be different, it will require constant correction both internal and external, for a long time. Maybe for decades.

    This could be why the brogrammers are distant – at some level, possibly unconscious, they read her personality and then withdraw in a quiet but final manner. There’s little to no chance that a modern woman can grasp that, nor understand the implications of it.

    [*] This is a term from the Bible, specifically Proverbs, that is very useful when thinking about women’s behavior.

  81. TFH says:

    AR,

    Modern women tend to have a higher opinion of their intelligence than is justified, in my experience.

    That is an understatement.

    In fact, Matt Forney wrote a counterargument to female assumptions of their own brilliance, titled, “The Myth of Female Intelligence”.

  82. Lyn87 says:

    AR,

    I first used the term “divorce orphan” a few weeks ago to describe what a female friend of mine seems destined to do – divorce her husband, which whom she has two children. If anyone else has ever used the term before, I have not heard it – although it’s possible.

    You bring up an excellent point about mental habits, by the way. Just a few weeks ago some of my colleagues were teasing me about using my turn signal when there was no other traffic – it’s a habit for me as well. It’s true that, “For as he thinketh in his heart, so is he” (Proverbs 23:7). What we habituate ourselves to matters, and for a woman to spend her 20’s filling her vag with bad-boy-sperm and her head with “vain philosophies” is nearly certain to render her an unmarriageable mess for the rest of her life.

    TFH,

    I’ll have to add “The Myth of Female Intelligence” to my list of things to read – a list that now also includes “The Garbage Generation” by the inestimable Daniel Amneus. My wife is the exceptional opposite of what you describe – she was raised to think of herself as being as dumb as a box of rocks – yet she has an IQ in the low-140’s. Given the bell curve for I.Q. distribution – specifically the StDev of the female curve – she is likely to be the smartest woman I’ve ever known, and it took me years just to overcome her “programming” enough to convince her that she’s above average at all. Needless to say, she is the opposite of a “feminist.”

  83. Elspeth says:

    I used to think I was smart, until I realized I wasn’t.

  84. TFH says:

    Elspeth,

    Ultimately, genuine intelligence exists in about 20% of men and 1% of women…

  85. TFH says:

    Lyn87,

    Here it is : The Myth of Female Intelligence.

    Some things are a bit extreme (such as the metaphor of a vagina as a vacuum that represents the vacancy of the female mind). But there are so few refutations of the assertion that women are so intelligent, that this is one of the only ones out there.

  86. Just Saying says:

    Can I have: “What everyone knows… For $500 Alex?”
    Alex: Single, of average looks and ~40 years old
    What is… “A description of your typically female cat-hoarder Alex…”

  87. Larry J says:

    Elspeth says:
    June 3, 2014 at 11:58 am
    I used to think I was smart, until I realized I wasn’t.

    “Everyone is ignorant, only on different subjects.” – Will Rogers

    Realizing the limits to your knowledge is the first step towards wisdom. The proverbial smartest person on Earth only knows a miniscule percentage of the world’s knowledge. Being intelligent in one area is no help with subjects outside one’s domain but it’s hard to get some people to admit that. Humility goes a long way.

  88. jf12 says:

    re: “Being intelligent in one area is no help with subjects outside one’s domain but it’s hard to get some people to admit that.”

    Almost always, a person who is intelligent in one area is also intelligent in other areas. Put the direct way, a person who scores high in one measure of intelligence is most likely to also score high in any other measure of intelligence. Put another way, all measures of intelligence, in all areas, are highly correlated.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/G_factor_(psychometrics)

    It’s the same thing with athletic ability in general. A person very good in basketball is likely to also be very good in soccer, given the chance, although, as always, the very most outstanding players are likely to be different.

  89. Tom C says:

    I’ve found a lot of great new words here to add to my vocabulary: frivorce, divorce orphan… My new favorite is post-fatoclyptic.

  90. Boxer says:

    Lyn87, I don’t know if you coined it just now or read it somewhere else, but divorce orphan is an excellent neologism. We should spread it far and wide.

    Among most of the transcendental signifiers littering the postmetaphysical midden-heap, this is one of the shiniest and potentially the most useful too. I’m making it a regular. Thanks from me as well.

    (Apologies to any Jacques Derrida fans, I just couldn’t resist).

  91. Lyn87 says:

    TFH,

    Thanks for the link. I have to question your assertion to Elspeth that “genuine intelligence exists in about 20% of men and 1% of women,” though. The data do not suggest that, at least as far as I.Q. is concerned (more on that later). For that to be true, the difference in the male StDev and the female StDev would have to be MUCH higher than it is. So, to be fair, the 80th percentile for men is nowhere close to the 99th percentile for women.

    Having said that, it is beyond dispute that the vast majority of really smart and innovative people are men: at the 98th percentile of I.Q. men outnumber women by about 2-to-1, while at the 99.9th percentile men outnumber women by a whopping 15-to-1 (source: http://www.paulcooijmans.com/intelligence/sex_differences.html – those numbers are also available in plenty of other places). These ratios are well-known in the scientific community and the writer of that particular article twists himself into pretzels trying to avoid the obvious implications, so it’s not like he’s an “eeeeevil MRA” using hyperbole to make a point – we may be confident that the ratios he gives are pretty accurate.

    Of course it may be that you’re defining “genuine intelligence” in a different manner than I am. I chose I.Q. because it’s easy to measure, strongly correlates with “life outcomes,” and the sex ratios have been thoroughly studied for decades. I can envision metrics that would give something similar to your 20% Versus 1% result – would you elaborate on your thought process?

  92. Lyn87 says:

    Found it:

    I first used the term “divorce orphans” in the comments section of “The Great Douchebag Mystery on this website.” The time-stamp for that comment is: April 11, 2014 at 10:53 am.

  93. BradA says:

    Define “smart”.

  94. MarcusD says:

    So that is modern work: no less than eight people sitting around deciding what flavour tickles their fancy and without accountability or appeal – and they get paid for it.

    It’s a bit of that, but it’s also annoying in this context: http://drjamesthompson.blogspot.ca/2014/06/does-college-entry-depend-on.html

  95. Oblivion says:

    Theres an entire generation of Cinderella’s with no glass slipper coming. Watch the stories keep coming.

  96. Goodkid43 says:

    Boxer
    You should add to that midden-heap the millions of the blood of innocents who died at the hand of the resultant materialistic trinitarian beings and their atheistic philosophies who blossomed in your supposed post-metaphysical world i.e. Hitler, Stalin and Mao.
    As a recent viewer and admirer of this sight, your subtle attacks on religion and specifically Christianity are beginning to spur me into responding to them. I will, with time permitting, attempt to destroy your objectively false claims ….in Christian love, of course.
    Also, I attended a Jacques Derrida seminar attended by about a thousand people at the University of Florida a shortly before he died and he stated that if language is to be deconstructed then communication is rendered meaningless; basically undermining most of his work.
    God bless, Michael
    P.S. Dalrock,
    If you only knew how your sight (I know it should be spelled “site” but thought it apropos) has brought great joy into my relationship with my girlfriend after my 25 year marriage as a “beta” (although I hate that term because it reduces a human, made in the Image of God, to an animal). Thank you

  97. Boxer says:

    I first used the term “divorce orphans” in the comments section of “The Great Douchebag Mystery on this website.” The time-stamp for that comment is: April 11, 2014 at 10:53 am.

    Well, it’s a catchy and descriptive phrase, not to mention hauntingly accurate. I’ll think of you as I spread it into the collective consciousness.

  98. Robin Munn says:

    @jf12 – You’re describing intelligence, whereas Larry J was really talking about ignorance. While my innate intelligence will help me understand, say, airplane repair when someone explains it to me, I am abysmally ignorant about airplane repair and should never offer an opinion on the subject, nor should you ever ask me to repair your airplane. The problem that Larry J was referring to is how people educated in, say, journalism seem to think that this has cured their *ignorance* of, say, climate science — and then they offer an opinion on global warming as if their opinion had value. They’re ignorant, but don’t even realize it — and so their ignorance is almost incurable, because the first step to learning is admitting that you don’t know.

  99. Opus says:

    I knew or have known some really bright people (far brighter than me) but I was never really impressed, because although my CPU (Central Processing Unit) was slower and required more down time, I did not, like these brighter people go off at unstoppable tangents. I tried telling them but they would not listen indeed I was reprimanded for my pains. Women are a little like that, in that such intelligence as they have suddenly goes off into contradiction and female supremacist fantasy and there is no stopping them without (as I was on Sunday) being accused of being ‘a chauvinist’. This particular woman has as long as I have known her been entirely anti-war and thus anti-military, but was now claiming that women would make good Colonels. I did not mention The Somme, The Alamo or say anything about female combat deaths percentages being in single digits, or even point out anything about upper body arm strength, but merely observed that the only female colonel (for so I promote her) was Joan of Arc and that she came to a bad end.

    It is that solipsism frequently combined with overwhelming emotion that sets women apart; it is also probably why women see men – who are not so much prone – as privileged.

  100. James K says:

    One commentator called daycare the “day orphanage”.

  101. jf12 says:

    @Robin Munn, excellent point about ignorance being uncorrelated. I think conceptually this idea is like dark spots, or blind spots, in a lighted room. The lightness of any lighted portion is correlated with the lightness of any other lighted portion, but the dark spots are not correlated.

  102. Purple Pill says:

    “Almost always, a person who is intelligent in one area is also intelligent in other areas.”

    In other areas they have exposure to and experience in, perhaps. In those areas where they do not have that, they are ignorant.

    “I chose I.Q. because it’s easy to measure, strongly correlates with “life outcomes,””

    There’s a tipping point. Those with “too high” of an IQ often have horrible life outcomes.

  103. Farm Boy says:

    They’re ignorant, but don’t even realize it

    There is a name for that,

    http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dunning%E2%80%93Kruger_effect

  104. BradA says:

    @Opus,

    > I did not, like these brighter people go off at unstoppable tangents.

    I am not sure I am as bright as those you refer to, but my brain does go off on tangents. We call it “Squirrel!” moments at my job, as all 3 of us in our small department are prone to that. It is a fact of life. Great when you need that flexibility, not so great when you want focus.

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  106. Buepillprofessor says:

    Dalrock: So long as you are giving out emails on this thread shoot me one if the spirit moves you to do so. I am an academic and published writer who would like to help if you are planning a book from this blog. You must get this information out there.

    And thanks very much for this contribution. I needed a good laugh.

  107. technovelist says:

    My brain almost exploded at her claim that the very high male-female ratio is somehow responsible for her trouble finding the hunky billionaire she is obviously entitled to.
    “Math is hard”: Barbie.

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