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Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Higher Education

“White heteromasculinism,” a new tag, is being defined by progressive freaks in academia as a “system of oppression” that benefits only those who are “white, male, able-bodied, economically privileged, heterosexual, and cisgendered*.” 
* "Cisgendered" describes people whose gender identity matches their birth sex.
I think that it's humorous that the progs send their offspring (who by the very circumstances of birth are the joining of a male and female) to university to learn this sort of thing. They pay upwards of $60K per head per year, to have their young filled with this sort of vile race-baiting hatred and then express surprise when those (now freaks) offspring move back into the basement with their four year degree in social justice studies (major) with a minor in art appreciation. 

Is it any wonder that visionary leaders are concerned about robots taking the jobs of future college grads

22 comments:

  1. Errr...are you knocking art appreciation, Larry? *Dons clown nose*

    Personally, I'm starting to feel oppressed by all these ridiculous new tag words. Maybe they should be made into "paint colour names" for the repetitious shades of grey that are comparable to their mindset and just as deficient.

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    1. I can't keep up with what I "can and can't say", which means that I say what's on my mind and let people process that. The handgun on my hip means that they don't get violent.

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    2. I know what you mean, Jules. I just learned that word, and I am already offended.
      But because I am a white female, and somewhat older, no one will go to jail for that.
      And now that I think of it, that offends me too.
      Ha!
      You all be safe and God bless.

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  2. White heteromasculinism is a new term for me. I'm still working on figuring out the metrosexuals my daughter dates.

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    1. I don't understand the panzies either. And I don't understand young women for their encouragement of that behavior.

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  3. Thankfully three of the four I raised got useful degrees and all work in the field they trained in. While the fourth never finished college, he does have a job with a consulting firm and is doing quite well thank you. None are a threat to move back in with me for which I'm thankful. Also I appreciate art, but then I didn't have to take a course on how to do that.

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    1. There's a lot of art out there that I don't appreciate. New Yorkers spend zillions on "art" that is substantially a guy dipping chicken feet in paint and chasing it back and forth across a canvas. Maybe I need to take a class?

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    2. I think that would be a waste of your time, LL. Some art is made to be appreciated; some is made for starting bonfires.

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    3. Oh. And the art that is made to be appreciated you don't need a class for.

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  4. Texas is all about heteromasculinism except for Austin. That's different.

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    1. Texas has done a good job acknowledging that there is a difference between men and women. As you suggest, that all fell apart badly in Austin (The Portland/San Francisco of Texas).

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  5. SOS DD. To be engraved on the progs headstones--"But, but it's not FAIR!!". They will keep coming up with new "terms", new excuses, anything that they can use to scream that it's all somebody else's, anybody else's, fault.

    "Handgun on my hip". Indeed.

    "Individually, we do not bear arms because we are afraid. We bear arms
    as a declaration of capacity. An armed man can cope - either in the city
    or in the wilderness - and because he is armed, he is not afraid.

    The hoplophobe fears and, yes, hates us, because we are not afraid. We
    are overwhelmingly "other" than he, and in a way that emphasizes his
    afflictions."

    Jeff Cooper

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    1. It's not fear. As you suggest, it's capacity and ultimately willingness to end something that has reached that absurd point.

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  6. Even back in the early 1970's when I was going to college I wondered about some of the degrees other students were working towards.

    Some of them seemed at least a bit useful, like those who wanted to teach History or English, but even back then I wondered what in the hell good is a degree in Political "Science"?

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    1. You can teach political science...

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    2. Or Klingon, or Graffiti Appreciation...
      Isn't Political Science what a lot of people got before going into law? I don't remember, haha; but it had to be more useful than some of the crapola they teach now.

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    3. I'm sure there's a requirement for a lot of Political "Science" in a pre-law curriculum, but I don't think a Poli Sci degree is required....

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  7. If one majors in something that can't be quantitatively measured, it is harder to flunk out and damage your self esteem.

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    1. My sense of it is that so long as you parrot back what the esteemed (liberal) professor professes, you're going to get an "A" in social justice. to do otherwise would be unjust.

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    2. I know a professor who teaches in the social sciences at U Cal San Diego and he's told me that if one of his students seems the least bit inclined toward violence, he won't get anything less than a C. I asked him how he'd grade me. He said A.

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    3. I shouldn't be surprised, I guess, coming from California. But yet they decry violence.
      Just the hypocrisy please.
      You all be safe and God bless.

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