Wednesday, April 20, 2011


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Tuesday, April 19, 2011


Funny, innit, how fat folks get treated out there. Bullied, pushed around, abused, ignored. Treated like social pariah, called names. And people trying to 'help you' clean up your life and get healthy, because all that fast food is bad for you.

No matter what fat folks do, it's wrong. They are, after all, greedy lazy slobs who have nothing better to do than spend their lives eating burgers and fries. Unlike everyone else, fat folks should stay away from fast foods, because fast foods have made them what they are. Maybe they just can't help themselves. Yeah right.

Then the do-gooders and PC crap-artists and 'nice' people will say it doesn't matter what you look like – that even fat folks are beautiful. And most fat folks see it for what it is. Patronising BS.

And a lot of fat folks just seem to accept the crap as okay. It's as though they believe that 'normal' folks have very good reasons to continue acting the way they do. Amazing how many fat folks spend their lives apologising for everything, for simply being alive. Dressing in sacks, walking with a perpetual slump, trying to hide away from the real world and the pain it inflicts. But of course the result is more of the same ill-treatment.

But there's a surprise in store. A few fat folks who don't accept the crap that's dished out. They fignt back, refusng to be invisible, bullied, beaten up. maligned. They dish it right back, start treating the 'normals' in the same way they've been treated.

Just watch the reaction of the normals when this happens. They don't like it one little bit, and actually seem surprised! As if those far lazy cunts out there should just accept what's dished out to them! And stay away from McDonalds - leave that for the skinny folks.

In the meantime I'm off to McD's for my third meal of the day......... and let the skinny buggers envy me!

Monday, April 18, 2011

Some thoughts about ENTPs


Clever describes ENTPs best. They deal imaginatively with social relationships as well as physical and mechanical relationships. They are alert to what is apt to occur next, and sensitive to possibilities. ENTPs are the engineers of human relationships and human systems.

Verbally as well as cerebrally quick, ENTPs enjoy arguing: for its own sake, and to show off their impressive verbal skills. They often have a perverse sense of humour, and play devil's advocate regardless of consequence. They sometimes confuse, even hurt, those who cannot understand the concept of argument as a sport.

Innovative and ingenious at problem-solving, they sometimes manage to outsmart themselves. ENTPs have been known to cut corners without regard to the rules if it's expedient – or it might be the collapse of an over-ambitious juggling act.

ENTPs are optimists. They tend to regard problems as personal challenges, and have little patience with those they consider wrong or unintelligent. However, they are often extremely genial and quite charming, when not being harassed by life in general.

Good at analysis, especially functional analysis, ENTPs have a tolerance for, and enjoyment of the complex. Enthusiastic, ENTPs are apt to express interest in everything, and thus unwittingly inspire others who find themselves caught up in an ENTP idea. The ENTP is the most reluctant of all types to do things in a traditional manner.

Non-conformists, ENTPs enjoy outwitting the system and use rules and regulations within the system to win the game – whatever it may be. ENTPs are good at innovative projects and can administer them well if dull routine is not involved. For ENTPs to be manipulated by another is humiliating.

During youth, the ENTP may be diagnosed with a variety of ailments and conditions which often emerge as a lack of intellectual engagement. Boredom is the bane of the junior ENTP. Generally immature until their late 30s or early 40s, the young ENTP is a socially awkward animal since they rarely fit in with the herd, and require 40 years to comprehend why this is and what to do about it.

Great friends or silent adversary; Court jester or Builder of bridges, the ENTP is difficult to overlook.


ENTPs are innovators, explorers, entrepreneurs and visionaries. Always looking over the next horizon, trying to push the edge of the envelope and trying to do what other people say can't be done. What is – is never good enough. Our vision of What Could Be and a powerful drive turn our visions into reality. Explaining everyone and everything... it could almost be the ENTP mission statement. It is our goal to understand people and things.

We are not bound by our generalizations, nor are we necessarily committed to them. We simply want to comprehend. This group is a forum in which the members can boldly advance any idea, theory, perspective or triviality that suits their fancy. We tend to be tolerant, challenging, entertaining, stimulating, unorthodox and sometimes just plain off the wall. It's our playground.

Designed to be a place we can be free to be ourselves, to enjoy one another, to engage in lively conversation, expressing thoughts and feelings, where what we say counts but is not life and death, where real life consequences are remote, where we can get into the essence of what and who we are by seeing ourselves reflected somewhat accurately in the other people on the list. But please note that not all who post here are ENTP. There are cuckoos in the nest and you should check before assuming a poster is of the ENTP type.

We are here to enjoy the company of Tribe ENTP. People having a great time ... letting our hair down in company we hope will have some understanding of our point of view... and allowing self expression in more creative ways than we may have had the opportunity before.


ENTPs are nothing if not unique. A rare personality type, they comprise approx. 3-5% of the total (American) population. They have an enthusiastic interest in everything and are always sensitive to possibilities. Known as the inventor, they are non-conformist and innovative, self-confident and competitive.

ENTPs are known to be verbally as well as cerebrally quick, and generally love to argue – both for its own sake, and to show off their often-impressive skills. They tend to have a perverse sense of humour as well, and enjoy playing devil's advocate. They sometimes confuse, even inadvertently hurt, those who don't understand or accept the concept of argument as a sport. They get pleasure and intellectual stimulation from arguing both sides of a subject, or from doing something unusual or unexpected just to get a reaction.

ENTPs are as innovative and ingenious at problem-solving as they are at verbal gymnastics; on occasion, however, they manage to outsmart themselves. This can take the form of getting found out at
sharp practice –ENTPs have been known to cut corners without regard to the rules if it's expedient – or simply in the collapse of an over-ambitious juggling act. Both at work and at home, ENTPs are very fond of toys – physical or intellectual, the more sophisticated the better. They tend to tire of these quickly, however, and move on to new ones.

Like most Extraverted-Perceivers, they are more excited about pursuing a new idea than about following through on an existing one, which can be a cause for frustration and anxiety – both for themselves and those around them. To the ENTP, all the world is a chessboard whose places must be moved in such a way – by the ENTP – that all the players will get the best and most out of life.

ENTPs are basically optimists, but in spite of this (perhaps because of it?), they tend to become extremely petulant about small setbacks and inconveniences. (Major setbacks they tend to regard as challenges, and tackle with determination.) ENTPs have little patience with those they consider wrongheaded or unintelligent, and show little restraint in demonstrating this. However, they do tend to be extremely genial, if not charming, when not being harassed by life in general.

In terms of their relationships with others, ENTPs are capable of bonding very closely and, initially, suddenly, with their loved ones. Some appear to be deceptively offhand with their nearest and dearest; others are so demonstrative that they succeed in shocking co-workers who've only seen their professional side. ENTPs are also good at acquiring friends who are as clever and entertaining as they are. Aside from those two areas, ENTPs tend to be oblivious of the rest of humanity, except as an audience -- good, bad, or potential.

Even though they are extroverts, ENTPs may demonstrate a subtle tendency towards reservation. Those who have had problems establishing friendships may manifest a quiet nature and a lack of general outgoingness, one day appearing social and friendly only to be indifferent or avoidant the next. Over a period of time specific social patterns may develop, appearing unfriendly and reserved to some and friendly and open to others. With their sporadic nature, they may unwittingly convince others of a general dislike and social discontentment, even though it is not their intention.

ENTPs do not readily follow social norms. They do not like to have their independence threatened by unnecessary rules, and they can appear expedient and out-of-place in a society that values any various forms of unnecessary subjugation. While ENTPs may have a healthy respect for rules when they are necessary as a guideline or are necessary and good for the well being of people, they do not readily tolerate intentional subjugation to any type of rule or method that they consider to be out-dated or harmful to the well-being of individuals. ENTPs tend to look down on people who do so, considering them to be childish and lacking of confidence.

The main peculiarity of ENTPs behaviour is an incredible absent-mindedness. They usually leave items where they used them and have a tendency to constantly lose smaller objects. ENTPs work place and personal belongings are often kept in disarray. They invariably forget what they have already done and what they need to do. However, they are quick and shrewd in day to day matters, taking advantage of every opportunity that arises. Because of this others may consider them to be crafty or shifty.

ENTPs are actually pretty positive people, who enjoy life greatly. Unless circumstances prove it necessary, they rarely find reason to think negatively about people. They seek to accept and to understand people for who they are inside. They do not like to condemn people for their personhood, and they can often be sought out by others for matter of practical solutions to common every day problems. People typically have respect for the intuitive understanding of ENTPs towards them and appreciate their loyalty in personal matters. It is not like an ENTP to betray a friend in need.

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

A further challenge to feminist ideology

Scarlet soles are a red rag to feminists' ideology

The last piece of human architecture to be colonised, sexualised and merchandised was the hard-working, taken-for-granted, out-of-sight sole. The humble base of the shoe. Then Christian Louboutin, looking for an edge in a field already crowded with look-at-me gimmicks, began to paint the soles of his hand-crafted shoes with a glossy red lacquer.

Now, the signature flash of rich red beneath a towering pair of Louboutins has elevated the French designer from fashionable to cult. You want the Louboutin power strut? Don't expect any change out of $800. Millions of women pay, or would like to pay, to join this cargo cult. They see that flash of red as a flash of power.

is as big a commodity-maker as Manolo Blahnik was before his wave crested Christian Louboutin with the tacky embrace of Sex and the City. The red flash is as big as the Jimmy Choo fad, which peaked a decade ago, and sexually more potent. Louboutin is even suing Yves Saint Laurent for trademark infringement after the YSL fashion house introduced red-soled stilettos in its last collection. Red soles are hot.

The pervasive power display of women wearing stilettos, despite the style's innate and obvious potential to damage the wearer, is not an evolution that feminists of the 1970s might have expected. But the world is an infinitely more complex place than the one laid out by Jurassic Feminism. Anyone who still wants to see the world through the prism of gender fixation, where women are structural victims and men are structural oppressors, is locked into a fusty bigotry that the stiletto generations are walking away from.

All the great recent advances made for women have been made by people – men and women working together. Most of the legislation that seeks to advance the progress of women has been passed by legislatures dominated by men. And no amount of government social engineering is going to stop women behaving badly to women, which happens all the time. Women bully women. Women block women in the workforce.

It's not all sisterhood. Often it is competition, exclusion and ridicule. This can apply with even more Darwinian brutality among teenage girls. Teenagers are also the most vulnerable to the Great Insecurity Machine, and that machine will crank into action in all its glory on May 2, the first day of Australian Fashion Week.

Already, the giraffes are beginning to gather. Soon they will be strutting and pouting down the runways in the tents at Circular Quay. The giraffes are the models with the one-in-a-hundred bodies used to project not just the clothes but the ideal of what a woman should look like. And they are so very young.

That's the foundation lie fed to women, largely by women, via the Great Insecurity Machine, the commercial fashion industry. It is the lie fed by women's fashion magazines – the most corrupt genre of journalism – and fashion designers and fashion retailers. The fashion industry may have a noble goal – to give people pleasure, make them more appealing, and more confident – but even more important is profitability and cash flow. Along with the accelerating speed of online commerce and social networking, the fashion cycles are quickening. The energy required to stay sharp and current is becoming more acute. Commercial survival trumps consumer pleasure.

Reality also trumps ideology. Which is why academic ''feminism'' is ageing so badly. The entire edifice of classic feminist ideology, and gender studies, is devolving into an intellectual artifice as grand as Marxism or complex financial derivatives. Academic feminism in the West has turned out to be little more than another flag of convenience for the left, in the way the Greens use environmentalism.

The most totemic book of the 1970s wave of feminism, The Feminist Mystique, by Betty Friedan, was written 50 years ago and published in 1963. It became the paradigm of the dubious methodologies and victimologies still being marketed on university campuses under the brand ''feminist''. Friedan was not a scholar; she was a journalist. She was not oppressed; she was privileged. She was not rigorously impartial; she was a hardline leftist. She was not honest, and sought to cover up her early work for the largest Communist-led union in America. She also mined the work of Simone de Beauvoir for her book but gave no credit. Above all, Friedan was a navel gazer. Her feminism was about middle-class, middle-brow white women.

These flaws were not hers alone. They can still be found embedded in feminist ideology. We are living in the middle of a massive global struggle over the rights and freedoms of women, a life-and-death matter for a billion women and girls, and secular middle-class Western feminism is proving irrelevant.

What drove the great changes now – called the feminist revolution in the West – was not a wave of brave and articulate women activists, though they had a role, but something far deeper and more significant: the vast demographic deformity caused by World War II. It took two generations to unwind this deformity. Part of that unwinding was the liberation of women from the expectation of domesticity. It happened because of the actions of millions of people, men and women.

Society is still trying to reconcile the distortions caused by the most important difference between the genders: the mothering drive. This is the bedrock on which family and culture is built. Yet women must assume all the risks of fertility. It is a fundamental inequality.

It makes today's fertility and power displays, all those flashes of teetering red, even more loaded with density of meaning.

This article appeared in the Sydney Morning Herald this week. It appealed firstly to my sense of humour, but as I ready further I found I agreed with uch of what it says.

The writer suggests that traditional feminism has failed, as women still compete with each other in the beauty stakes.

But has feminism failed? I don't believe so, entirely. Second-wave, Jurassic feminism, as painted by the writer of this article, HAS failed. Spectacularly. Women are still attracted by the promises of the beauty industry. Still competing with each other, in search of the ideal. Still being raped, and our children abused by our boyfriends. Nothing has changed, except legislation and affirmative action programmes.

What Jurassic feminists don't tell us is that women ARE more free than ever before. But no thanks to them. We are more intelligent than ever and able to make free, informed declsions about what we do with our bodies.

Men have been part of that process. Not all men are bastards (Shock!! Horror!!) As the author of this article points out, men have been integral. While many women have felt it important to challenge male stereotypes, some men do actually act as if women are their equal. And no legislation, or bullying by the sisterhood, can account for that.

What can women do if they are still dissatisfied with what they see? They can try the traditional approaches used by the Jurassic sisterhood, and force/bully/legislate their way into power. It's not real power, however, for attitudes can't be forced/bullied/legislated. For this reason, the collectivist approach used by the Jurassicists is doomed to failure.

Any woman will be free when she chooses to be. Free from the slavery of collectivist nonsense, and free from any ideology that chooses to keep her dependent, abused and second-class. It doesn't mean that she will never be forced, bullied, abused. Or miss out on that plum job when a man got it because he has a penis. But we don't need those patronising affirmative action programmes, that promise us the world and don't achieve anything except to leave others feeling left out in the cold. When we have personal power, we can do things for ourselves that the sisterhood can only dream about.

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Sunday, April 10, 2011


NZ's Police commissioner Peter Marshall was interviewed by Paul Holmes on TV1's Q+A this morning.

He mentioned, in passing, a demand for more women police officers, and improved promotion opportunites for women within the police.

This demand has, of course, been made on behalf of those members of the human race who have titties and cunt. Those special cases who could never get jobs, money and promotion on their own merit. It's sexist in the extreme, assuming that women could never achieve anything without those same tittles and cunt. It's also bloody patronising.

Where has this BS come form? Since when was CUNT a qualification for a job ........... outside a few necessary job sectors such as women's refuge? Even in these occupations, however, jobs and pay must earned.

Is it simply another attempt by the left to gain votes and political power in election year? I note that the Politically Incorrect Guide to Teenagers is still on tv in its regular spot. Funny how the PC brigade have not publically asked for this show to be canned.

In response to the demand for affirmative action programmes for women in the police, Commissioner Marshall argued that these programmes are not needed. And rightly so. Huge numbers of women have achieved much in their careers, developing skills and credentials that make God look like a loser.

And if women choose to leave the paid workforce for love and children, they have no recourse to special treatment when they decide to return. Neither should they blame you or me, or anyone else, for the choices they have made.

Jobs and promotion must always be on merit, based on skills and experience, not whether the employee has titties and cunt. As attractive as that person';s titties and cunt might be.