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I’m not a “wym’s libber”. (I’d like to thought of as a “libber” wanting everyone — boys and girls — “to be all that they can be”. Rocket scientist, brain surgeon, or even Heaven Forbid a fat old white guy injineer.) And, I firmly believe that Giving Women Suffrage created Organized Crime (i.e., vote = prohibition = organized crime) as well as energized the “Secular Progressive” movement that caused many of the problems today.

That all being said, we here in the USA had best hope that these other countries don’t see the error of their ways. Islamic burqas. sex selection abortions, discrimination against women in professions, education, and property — all mean that we in the USA are competing against foes with half the human resources either wasted or destroyed.

Stories like this demonstrate that this is the baby elephant trained not to escape. Hook up a stout chain to a baby pachyderm. Then the adult can be held with a very breakable rope.

Hopefully it will be generations before these bozos can reenergize their lost capacity of women. In the case of sex-a-cide, that capability is lost forever.

How stupid is this?


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At the basis of our competitive analysis is the application of a tool called STEEP Analysis. Used by futurists, this mnemonic device reminds us to consider a wide variety of trends outside of our own industry, specifically:

Social trends: aging populations, urbanization, mixed families, increased prevalence of diabetes, hypertension, and kidney failure

Technology trends: increased distribution of GPS, IPv6 networking, decreasing price and increase application of robotics in the home, genomic medicine, electric automobiles, nanotechnology

Economic trends: Real estate occupancy rates, unemployment rates, sovereign debt, household debt, corporate debt, government intervention in markets, corporate merger and acquisition activity, energy factors, raw material availability

Ecological trends: Water availability, biodiversity, soil health, wetlands integrity, climate change

Political trends: Legislation, regulation, political parties, authoritarianism versus liberal democracy

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INITIALISMS: NUTS = non-negotiable, unalterable terms

8 Tools That Will Change Your Life: The Hold On to Your N.U.T.s Book Giveaway
by Wayne M. Levine

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Tool #3: Cooperate Without Compromising Your N.U.T.s

Men get angry and resentful when they agree to something that compromises who they are, what they stand for. Men who have developed their N.U.T.s – non-negotiable, unalterable terms, have no problem cooperating as long as they’re not asked to compromise what’s important, their non-negotiable, unalterable terms. Men who have not developed their N.U.T.s are likely to not cooperate at all because they live in constant fear of being compromised – they feel they must defend themselves. But when a man use this Tool, he can show up as the man he wants to be in his relationships at home, at work and in his community.

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Great advice. Should have had it decades ago!

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INITIALISMS: Four Tasks of Mourning TEAR

J. William Worden’s “Four Tasks of Mourning” as outlined in his book Grief Counseling and Grief Therapy, can be summarized by the acronym TEAR:

T = To accept the reality of the loss

E = Experience the pain of the loss

A = Adjust to the new environment without the lost object

R = Reinvest in the new reality



Provision #635: Broaden Your Focus
by Bob Tschannen-Moran

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One of the many tools for playing the Inner Game that Tim has popularized in his books is the STOP tool. STOP stands for:

   * Step back

   * Think

   * Organize your thoughts

   * Proceed

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How a Haircut Led to a Handy Acronym
Wednesday, 12th August 2009 (by J.D.)

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I came up with a set of questions that I felt would help me really think through purchases – beyond the want or need aspect.

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… but finally I came up with an easy to remember acronym…WEALTH.

* Want or need?

* Ego?

* Add-ons?

* Lifestyle?

* Time?

* Happiness?

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Great contribution!

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INITIALISMS: TANSTAARTHC — There ain’t no such thing as a right to health care

There ain’t no such thing as a right to health care

by F. Paul Wilson

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On a desert island, you still have the right to free speech. And freedom of religion. And freedom of sexual expression. You also have the freedom to smoke or inject whatever available substances you care to.

You do not have the right to three squares a day because there are no farmers to provide them; you do, however, have a right to grow or forage whatever you can. You don’t have a right to a roof over your head because no carpenters live on the island, but you do have a right to erect one.

And you don’t have a right to health care because doctors and nurses and drugstores don’t exist on the island.

No point in belaboring this. Genuine human rights do not require the participation of anyone outside the individual. Anything that does require the aid or intervention of another party is something else. I’m not sure what it is, but it’s not a human right.

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The author correctly ids the corruption in our language and our thinking.

If you have a positive right, who pays for it?

That is the crux of the issue!

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INTITALISMS: Whiskey Tango Foxtrot

Whiskey Tango Foxtrot

Whiskey Tango Foxtrot Moment in Afghanistan

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Well, Jones went on, after all those additional troops,…if there were new requests for force now, the president would quite likely have “a Whiskey Tango Foxtrot moment.”

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This is pretty self-explanatory.

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