FeministSoFragile

So I saw a post at Ace of Spades featuring this genius tweet:

Actual Tweet here.

And I thought, that’s easy! Three books by female authors:

  1. The Onion Field by Evelyn Waugh
  2. The Cuckoo’s Calling by Robert Galbraith
  3. Finding the Champion Within: A Step-by-Step Plan for Reaching Your Full Potential by Bruce Jenner 

And somehow, this just seems to fit:

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Author: Paul Krendler

The Thinking Man’s Zombie

25 thoughts on “FeministSoFragile”

  1. I can't imagine that guy asking for a 2nd date.

    Like rape hoaxes make things more difficult for actual victims, women like her make the rest of us look bad.

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      1. Good point!

        Say, Roy, do you think your loathsome loser of a cousin could name 3 books it didn't cut and paste its vile self?

        O/T - Looking for something else last night, I ran across the complaint where the fat freak sued you for alleging the malignant monster raped someone you care about. Grady and Edgren smacked the grotesque ghoul so hard, it landed in WI, trailing fear pee all the way. Here is a link to that docket with links to most everything filed.

        I couldn't resist, I had to look at the original complaint against Grady. I laughed soooooo much. Some of our Prince of Parody's (may DONATIONS and FUN be always upon him), better bits at that time, and they really hold up. The clerk and judge probably lol'd.

        The loathsome loser even had some unintentionally hilarious remarks in that one. The freak complains our HZIC falsely accused the freak of crapping in its own pants. Who else's pants would it use??

        At another point, laardvark whines that if what the horde writes is true, then the freak is a human stain and should be shunned. Well, duh. hahahahaha

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        1. I think one of my favorite parts was when he was trying desperately to dox ash, and claiming he was going to get her website shut down. That was over six months ago, but the beating he took in the comments from the Horde probably still leaves a dent in his ample ass.

          https://billysez.wordpress.com/2015/12/15/zombies-really-dont-go-in-for-this-sort-of-thing/

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        2. I think my favorite thing about Bill Schmalfeldt is his unique turn of phrase. You can see just how unique from the first page of a Google search of one his classics: "as your swollen anal tissues can attest"

          Who says something like that? Bill Schmalfeldt, and only Bill Schmalfeldt. Since 2008! As a bonus, he addressed that remark to a teenaged boy, not an adult. All things anal are, of course, a recurring theme with Bill. From shitting himself (as a grown, sober-ish ma) at Mommy's house, to an ass-rape fantasy/confession on dailykos, to playing with and sniffing his own product on-camera, Bill is always, always, always all about the butt-stuff.

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  2. Lets see just this week I have read the HERALDS OF VALDEMAR series by Mercedes Lackey and with in the last six mouths Shifters series by Sarah A. Hoyt, Beast Master's Planet by Andre Norton. I wonder what my prize will be?

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      1. No, no, agile. You only get the second date once you reveal that you have all the collected works of Gael Baudino. Reading Sarah Hoyt is anathema to SJWs.

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  3. Remember when the loathsome loser demanded $35,000 for use of its image and lunacy?

    http://archive.is/Yv4zL

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  4. Off the top of my head, from the office....

    Sarah Hoyt
    Cedar Sanderson
    Janet Kagan
    Lois McMaster Bujold
    Sherri S Tepper
    Andre Norton
    Anne McCaffery
    Sharon Green
    Sharon Lee
    JK Rowling
    Janet Yolen

    She must be dating illiterates...

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    1. I read Downbelow Station as well as one of Sarah Hoyt's books. Then there are all of the scholarly works I've read from female authors.

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  5. George Sand and George Elliot, both women writing under pseudonyms. Charlotte Bronte, Emily Bronte, Jane Austin, Dorothy L. Sayers, Agatha Christe, Sappho, Madeleine L'Engle, Ayn Rand, ...

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    1. Heh, I think we've had the same reading lists. Especially the Sayers. Star in the firmament there.

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      1. Her translation of Dante's "Divine Comedy" is excellent. She manages to do a good English translation while maintaining Dante's rhyme scheme. She even manages to make some of Dante's puns work.

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  6. Octavia Butler, Louisa May Alcott, Mary Shelly, Laura Ingalls Wilder.

    I repeat, those woman must be dating 100% non-readers... Sad.

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    1. And All THOSE women were all the rage well before the fragile feminists came along. They were famous. WAY BACK THEN. They have to be dating 100% non-readers. SMH

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  7. I can't imagine why it wouldn't go over well. You aren't interested in getting to actually know your date. You're interested in asking a trap question to determine whether or not you should feel superior and be smug and condescending to your date. That a person's reading list should be determined by checking between the author's legs to ensure some kind of social justice quotient. You aren't interested in finding someone who may share some similar attributes but is also a wholly different person so as to get more out of life, you are looking for a political alliance with a fuck buddy.

    If I were across from her, I'd walk away immediately as we would both be wasting our time.

    Oh, and I haven't seen Anne Rice and Sabrina Chase on the already extensive list, so I'll add those.

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