Five stars for the handful of comments being enough to fill out my MRA Butthurt Bingo card.
|Oscar Wildcat |
He has theories about what women will say about any given topic. HE HAS THEORIES!
This is one of the most incoherent arguments I have ever heard, not to mention it's based around huge, Wicker Man sized strawmen.
So, in other words, typical MRA bullshit.
TFL killed FTL? Say it ain't so.
Wait, I thought men were the practical, sensible ones, and women were the ones who were all abstract and impractical, you know, like always obsessing over bullshit like makeup or shoes or feelings n' stuff?
Personally, I blame the writers of Star Trek TNG for killing the Space Age. Space used to be cool, but then it turned into one long sermon on the virtues of Marxism, sobriety, and talking out your differences with homicidal space monsters.
I also blame the Soviets for not having the nuts to stay in power and keep building newer, ever more awesome means of destroying the planet.
Given that doughy white men have been cutting NASA's budget for decades... yeah, it's the chicks.
There's one thing I don't doubt he's an expert on, and that's watching women being driven into despair in his presence.
MRA: Unlike YouTube's other assholes, we don't feel the need to disable comments. We have plenty of mouths to slob our knobs and lick our balls.
He has a lot of theories about what a woman would say if he ever spoke to one. He's very upset about this hypothetical situation. It's like being mad at someone for something they did in your dream.
|John Holmes Motherfucker |
Jesus, why do these guys always start out by talking about how this is going to be offensive to feminism? Why don't they just let it be a surprise? If he ever got to the point, I didn't get there with him.
I don't think the space age is dead at all. Voyager 1 just left the solar system, Rovers are driving over Mars, Cassini dropped a probe onto the surface of Titan, a probe is heading for Pluto... Fucking PLUTO! When I was a kid, at the height of the manned Space Program, there were no planets detected outside our solar system that we actually knew of, and now there are hundreds.
Manned exploration has come up against the hole in the donut. Gtting to the moon in the sixties was relatively easy, but after that... Not only is mars about a hundred and fifty times more distant than the Moon, it's gravity makes retuning from the surface a lot more difficult than getting back from the moon.
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