Wednesday, 26 March 2014

Test art


 From tumblr; the claim was he didn't look right for the suit

My version; i think the background should be blurrier. The tumblr pic is awful to work with; there's a lot to be said for a good background, preferably greenscreen.



Blindness

DC54 ideas

It's not Feminism; it's Genderism; keep up!

The new Gender Advisor to the Chief of Defence was being interviewed on the ABC and she kept going on about how she would promote the interests of women.


She's not a 'gender' anything, she's a lobbyist, and has nothing to do with gender equality, but Feminism has taken to masking it's female  supremacist doctrine by putting the word 'gender' in place of 'women'.

It's bullshit.

General Hurley said today; “Ms McKay is a well-known advocate for women and I look forward to gaining her insight as we continue to work towards a more inclusive organisation... McKay will continue in her role as Executive Director of the Australian National Committee for UN Women (source)



Gosh. I have to wonder if there's any chance, any chance at all, that she can do those two jobs fairly; one where she advocates for women only, the other where she is supposed to work for men equally.

Thursday, 20 March 2014

Why does Feminism love Female Pedophiles?

http://www.nydailynews.com/news/crime/british-mom-jailed-sex-8-year-old-article-1.1726526

Judge Robert Juckes QC said he would be "lenient" in her sentence because she'd stopped after realizing it was “wrong” and had suffered "embarrassment."


EMBARRASSMENT.

Yes, you can see how terribly her guilt burdens her.


 So why does this happen? Why do female pedos get a nice cup of tea and a shoulder to cry on?

Because Feminists made it the law.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/law-and-order/7995844/Judges-told-be-more-lenient-to-women-criminals.html

So sexism is the law now, and Feminism is fine with that - because it privileges Females. Feminism is Female Supremacism - it has nothing to do with equality. If it did, the idea of a law treating one group differently to another on the basis of their sex would be absurd and wrong. Instead, they feel it's right; they are entitled to superiority, because vagina.

Monday, 17 March 2014

You have 5 seconds to comply...



An 18 year old woman decided she wanted to have sex with a 15 year old boy. (source)

"The woman testified that Mr. Baby continued for five to 10 seconds after she asked him to stop. "

So he was slow by 5-10 seconds. 
He didn't instantly freeze. Perhaps all males should be fitted with shock collars, so a woman just had to press the remote and shock the


evil rapist into unconsciousness?



"Tracy Brown, executive director of the Women”s Law Center of Maryland, said Maryland”s decision means the law will match what people already think"

That an adult female can rape a minor and have the CHILD arrested?


Yay, Feminism! Crushing those evil rapists one male at a time...

Ban Bossy?

'Nuff said.

Misc portraits





The self entitlement of the TumblrFem knows no limits...


Saturday, 15 March 2014

Don't believe everything you read on the internet


"In his autobiography, Movie Stars, Real People and Me, director Logan wrote, "I found Marilyn to be one of the great talents of all time... she struck me as being a much brighter person than I had ever imagined, and I think that was the first time I learned that intelligence and, yes, brilliance have nothing to do with education."

While Monroe was a student, Lee Strasberg commented, "I have worked with hundreds and hundreds of actors and actresses, and there are only two that stand out way above the rest. Number one is Marlon Brando, and the second is Marilyn Monroe.""

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marilyn_Monroe

"Norma Jean Baker endured a fatherless childhood of sexual abuse and poverty and was put in a string of orphanages and foster homes after mother Gladys Baker (nee Monroe), who suffered mental illness, was institutionalised.

She was born on 1 June 1926 in the Los Angeles County Hospital, the third child of Gladys Baker. She lived with a number of foster parents, as her mother was mentally unstable, until her mum's best friend Grace Mckee became her guardian.

Mckee was inspired by Jean Harlow and allowed the nine-year-old Norma to wear makeup and curl her hair until McKee married and sent Norma to an orphanage.

She was then sent to live with her great aunt Olive Brunings and it is thought that Norma was sexually assaulted by Olive's son, which some biographers have claimed led to her later behaviour, including substance abuse."

"She applied for divorce from DiMaggio on the grounds of mental cruelty. Despite this, he secured her release from the Payne Whitney Psychiatric Mental Clinic in 1961."
http://www.thebiographychannel.co.uk/biographies/marilyn-monroe.html

"Although typecast as the "dumb blonde," an unfair stereotype that bothered her throughout her career, Monroe transcended the limitations of her image in The Asphalt Jungle (1950) and All About Eve (1950).

Working with two of the most lauded directors of the era, John Huston and Joseph Mankiewicz, she brought humanity and intelligence to her small roles in these films. Even though the studio did not consider her a serious actress, Monroe signed a seven-year contract with 20th Century-Fox in 1951.

Her grossly underpaid bondage to Fox became symbolic of the many exploitative qualities of the studio system. Monroe nonetheless continued to overcome the deficiencies of her roles, and three films showcased her dramatic abilities: Clash by Night (1952), Don't Bother to Knock (1952), and Niagara (1953).

 In Clash by Night and Niagara, Monroe played darker, more demanding roles. Her Rose Loomis in Niagara is a steamy, cheating wife intent on murdering her veteran husband. In Don't Bother to Knock she portrays a psychotic babysitter. "

"She stood by Miller throughout his ordeal with the House Un-American Activities Committee, risking her reputation and career to combat the committee's unseemly challenges to First Amendment rights in its pursuit of "communist corruption" in the arts.

She likewise spoke out against the terrors of the Atomic Age, supporting the National Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy and saying to reporters, "My nightmare is the H-bomb. What's yours?"

 ...According to this theory, Monroe was accidently killed by a drug overdose (Nembutal ingested by mouth combined with a chloral hydrate enema) administered on the orders of her psychiatrist. "

http://www.anb.org/articles/18/18-00856.html

But what about her education?

"MM took an art appreciation class at UCLA in 1951."

http://www.marilynmonroepages.com/facts/#schools

She was widely read. http://blog.everlasting-star.net/marilyn-monroe/marilyns-library/

“Nobody could imagine what I was doing when I wasn’t shooting . . . I was going to school! I started going to classes at UCLA at night . . . I took courses in the history of literature and the history of this country and I started to read a lot, stories by wonderful writers,” she said in 1960 interview with French journalist George Belmont.

Her personal library contained over 400 books.

http://shine.yahoo.com/healthy-living/marilyn-monroe--bookworm%E2%80%94highlights-from-her-library-184157109.html

So she wasn't a genius?
http://www.express.co.uk/expressyourself/336626/Not-just-a-dumb-blonde

Neil Norman claims "Marilyn was dyslexic and bipolar " .. well that would make education difficult if this is true.. difficult to assess as those conditions weren't known about anywhere as much as now.

He also says she had IQ of 163 but I haven't seen the proof of it, and am suspicious of those tests anyway.

Audrey died at 73, meaning she had time to develop a scope past being a beauty; Marilyn Monroe at 36, in suspicious circumstances. At the very least, she was improperly medicated, possibly due to the ignorance of that time. That was not her fault. Audrey wasn't playing the sex bomb roles and was allowed diversity; she didn't have the crippling medical problems, which meant she could study much much more easily.

As for Audrey's war hero status? "Hepburn's parents were members of the British Union of Fascists in the mid-1930s,[20] with her father becoming a true Nazi sympathiser. "

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Audrey_hepburn#Childhood_and_adolescence_during_World_War_II

I see no reference to it.

Myth Busted.

So why is this important? Many people are not 'beautiful' (myself included) and it's natural to be jealous of those who are. Monroe offends because she seems to be beauty and nothing else, to have had it easy, to have never tried..

None of that was true. She tried her fucking heart out.

She was trapped by a system that crushed a lot of people. Stereotyping was safe. If anything, it's only recently that actors have started escaping it.

She was also damaged by medications that failed to treat her, probably made her worse, and made her believe she was nuts when, if the dyslexia allegation is correct, her problem was one that could never have been solved by the crude therapy available.

Had she been born twenty or thirty years ago, she might not have been as successful; we don't crave sex bombs as much as we do. But she would have had support, and probably would have been an academic if that IQ result was correct. She had the drive to struggle despite a nightmarish childhood. She had ambition and dealt with constant failures by trying harder. She endured. She sought the best medical technology and expert opinion she could find. It wasn't enough. That wasn't her fault.

Blaming her for it is disgusting.

Monday, 10 March 2014

Lena Dunham hates MRAs



Apparently she believes that MRAs want to shutdown birth control clinics?








She thinks these are MRAs. No doubt when she looks at them, she sees fedoras and neckbeards.

For fuck's sake, it would be a step up for that to be a straw man.

Lena: "I really hate MRAs. I also hate people who rape babies. Hey, I'll just say they rape babies!"


Saturday, 1 March 2014

A questionaire, adapted.



    1) Sexuality?

    Straight
   
    2) If you could meet anyone on this earth, who would it be?
   
    An attractive woman with a legal supply of vaped cannabis, an interest in tabletop role-playing and a desire to play Star Fleet Battles without grinding me into the dirt when she beats me ;-)
   

    4) What do you think about most?
   
    Sex/romance
   
   
    6) Do you sleep with or without clothes on?
   
    Without if it's an option
   
 
    8) Girls.... (finish the sentence); Boys.... (finish the sentence)
   
    Girls.... are incredibly desirable but frustrating ... Boys.... are potentially physically dangerous but easier to make friends with
   
    9) Ever had a poem or song written about you?
   
    Poems, yes. Erotica. I destroyed it when the relationship crashed and burned.
   

    11) Do you have any strange phobias?
   
    I used to; that's related to an anxiety disorder. Things like many twigs on the ground bothered me.
   
 
    13) What's your religion?
   
    I don't have one.
   
    14) If you are outside, what are you most likely doing?
   
    Walking to the shops
   
   
    15) Do you prefer to be behind the camera or in front of it?
   
    Depends; is there a nude woman in front of me?
   
   
    16) Simple but extremely complex. Favorite band?
   
    Pink Floyd, especially around Dark Side of the Moon
   
    17) What was the last lie you told?
   
    This sentence is a lie.
   
    18) Do you believe in karma?
   
    Nope.
   

    21) Who is your celebrity crush?
   
    I have multitudes. Currently - no-one really stirs me. There's quite a lot of women who made my pulse race as they were a long time ago, like Angelina Jolie, Salma Hayek, Michelle Pfeifer. If i think "which celeb *now* would i like to want me as much as i want her"? Hmm. Maybe Emma Watson?



   

 
    22) Have you ever gone skinny dipping?
   
    Not as an adult.
   
    23) How do you vent your anger?
   
    Blogging! :D
   
   
    24) Do you have a collection of anything?
   
    D&D books?
   
    25) Do you prefer talking on the phone or video chatting online?
   
    I've never video chatted, I'm pretty shy
   
    26) Are you happy with the person you've become?
   
    With the personality or the physicality? The body - bah, i'd replace it in a heartbeat if i had an option. The character - I'm ok, could be worse, could be better.. I wish i was one of those strong willed people who overcomes disability, but they are freakishly rare. A lot of people go under, become addicts, end up in jail or the morgue.
   
   
    27) What's a sound you hate; sound you love?
   
    a sound I hate: a dog barking over and over and over, full of spite and rage. But that dog has moved and hopefully it died hideously, devouring it's owner's face.
   
    A sound i love... my lover's soft voice, saying my name as she cums.
   
   
    28) What's your biggest "what if"?
   
    What if "The Culture" was real? Would I join it? Would life still be meaningful? Would our culture cease to exist in that scenario?
   
    Yes, not sure, I doubt it. And i would mourn it.
   
    29) Do you believe in ghosts? How about aliens?
   
    No, yes, but not aliens that visit earth. I find it incredibly unlikely they expend the incredible resources needed to get here just so they can stick things up our butts. Unless the ones visiting here are the equivalent of intergalactic pedophiles.
   
   

    32) What's the worst place you have ever been to?
   
    the hospital bed i was in after surgery to remove a facial tumour. I was under-medicated. The pain was off the scale, and has stayed with me to an extent.
   

    34) Most attractive singer of your opposite gender?
   
    Young Kate Bush. I'm not really up on the current scene
   
    35) To you, what is the meaning of life?
   
    User-defined. Do unto others as they would do unto you. Build meaning with effort and awareness. It will not be given unto you. The universe is random. We can choose to have purpose.
   
    36) Define Art.
   
    No.
   
    37) Do you believe in luck?
   
    Nope.
   
    38) What's the weather like right now?
   
    Rainy and humid and sticky.
   
    39) What time is it? Adventure Time!
   
    40) Do you drive? If so, have you ever crashed?
   
    I have driven but I can't any more. No, never crashed, but I was only a Learner and I was supervised.
   
    41) What was the last book you read?
   
    Fully? Not sure. Medical problems make reading difficult.
   
    42) Do you like the smell of gasoline?
   
    Sometimes. I really love the scent of the old hand-outs we were given as a child - i can't recall what they were called. They were rolled out of a machine, that was replaced by copiers.
   
    43) Do you have any nicknames?
   
    Nope.
   
   
    44) What was the last movie you saw?
   
    Iron Man 3 maybe? I loathed the last third of it, but a lot of it was good. Oh no, it was Frozen; lousy deus ex machina, i worked out a better ending as i watched it (Anna represents Summer, but both Seasons combined give you Life)
   
    45) What's the worst injury you've ever had?
   
    Does permanent damage to the nerves controlling the left hand side of my face count? That's the whole head actually; i feel it from top scalp to my neck, and it can slur my speech sometimes
   
    46) Have you ever caught a butterfly?
   
    Yes
   
    47) Do you have any obsessions right now?
   
    anti-feminism
   

    49) Ever had a rumor spread about you?

    Oh yes. I had an ex who was a vicious bitch. Her best friend repeated it and i asked her if she believed it. I looked in her eyes and saw she did not. She told me that she had to believe it or lose her friend.
   
    50) Do you believe in magic?
   
    nope
   
    51) Do you tend to hold grudges against people who have done you wrong?
   
    Certainly; that's called sanity
   
    52) What is your astrological sign?
   
    see 50)
   

    54) What's the last thing you purchased?
   
    Brunch! A steak breakfast, two large cappucinos. A luxury, but there's not much else I can spend on that's within my budget. There's no movies out and i hate seeing them alone in any case.
   
   
    55) Love or lust?
   
    BOTH. I've had one without the other too often.
   
   
    56) In a relationship?
   
    No, and unlikely to be; disability pensions are cut if you are.
   
    57) How many relationships have you had?
   
    Maybe 6 or 7?
   
    58) Can you touch your nose with your tongue?
   
    Not without cutting off one or the other
   
    59) Where were you yesterday?
   
    Here
   
    60) Is there anything pink within 10 feet of you?
   
    Naturally! I'm pink!
   
    61) Are you wearing socks right now?
   
    No, it's muggy in here
   
    62) What's your favorite animal?
   
    a woman, woo!
   
    63) What is your secret weapon to get someone to like you?
   
    chloroform
   
    64) Where is your best friend?
   
    in my imagination!
   
   
    66) What is your heritage?
   
    Australian for a few hundred years
   

    68) What do you think is Satan's last name?
   
    Since Satan just means adversary, and the biblical stories actually have him on good terms with Jehovah for the most part (see Job), I'd actually say Satan was just an aspect of Jehovah, so the same as that one I guess. If anything, Jehovah treats him as someone to talk to rather than an enemy.
   
   

    71) You are walking down the street on your way to work. There is a dog drowning in the canal on the side of the street. Your boss has told you if you are late one more time you get fired. What do you do?
   
    Save the dog. I've been in a similar situation.
   
    72) You are at the doctor’s office and she has just informed you that you have approximately one month to live. a) Do you tell anyone/everyone you are going to die? b) What do you do with your remaining days? c) Would you be afraid?
   
    a) yes b) pretty much what i'm doing now, i've been told stuff like that before c) yes, but over it as well... life is invariably fatal

    74) What's a song that always makes you happy when you hear it?
   
See the one at top!
   
    76) In your opinion, what makes a great relationship?
   
    Shared interests and sexual chemistry
   
    77) How can I win your heart?
   
    be a female i find attractive physically, understand me , want me, be dirty with me,

be there tomorrow
   
    and tomorrow
   
    and tomorrow
   
    78) Can insanity bring on more creativity?
   
    To an extent, but studies show it kills it off too.
   
    79) What is the single best decision you have made in your life so far?
   
    I chose to live
   
 
    81) What would you want to be written on your tombstone?
   
    Still an atheist
   
    82) What is your favorite word?
   
    Fuck. It's incredibly versatile.
   
    83) Give me the first thing that comes to mind when you hear the word; heart.
   
    broken
   

   
   
    85) What's the last song you listened to?
   
    Mr Blue Sky
   
    86) Basic question; what's your favorite color/colors?
   
    All of them. I work with palettes
   
    87) What is your current desktop picture?
   
   
   
    I think she's awesome in 'Lolani' .. I'd love to be that character's partner
   
    88) If you could press a button and make anyone in the world instantaneously explode, who would it be?
   
    You'll never know; but there is someone. Some people get away with terrible crimes. TANJ, as they say
   

   
    90) One night you wake up because you heard a noise. You turn on the light to find that you are surrounded by MUMMIES. The mummies aren't really doing anything, they're just standing around your bed. What do you do?
   
    Laugh. Go look for a camera.
   
    91) You accidentally eat some radioactive vegetables. They were good, and what's even cooler is that they endow you with the super-power of your choice! What is that power?
   
    The power to have Superman's powers without the kryptonite or weakness to magic, as he was portrayed at the height of his powers, where he was ageless, didn't need to breathe or eat, could travel faster than the speed of light, was super-intelligent, and yet could still make love to a woman without any danger to her or others.. he was seriously overpowered and they have now nerfed him to the point where Wonder Woman can beat him up.
   
    92) You can re-live any point of time in your life. The time-span can only be a half-hour, though. What half-hour of your past would you like to experience again?
   
    I can't think of one, because as wonderful as some of those moments were, they were with people who it's painful to recall. I might re-visit a certain lover, only to have to go through that heart break all over afterwards as i remember how it ended.
   
    93) You can erase any horrible experience from your past. What will it be?
   
    None. I need to learn from them.
   
    94) You have the opportunity to sleep with the music-celebrity of your choice. Who would it be?
   
    Who is out at the moment? Hmm. I guess katy perry?


    I don't have the emotional connection to current music I'd need to get excited by this question. Years past, I would have screamed with happiness to have Alanis Morissette or Kate Bush


drag me into the bedroom. Kylie Minogue in this dress and at this time 

   

    98) Ever been on a plane?
   
    Yes, my father worked for an airline so we had cheap tickets. I went to Darwin a few times. Once I looked out the window - and i couldn't figure out what it was I was seeing. I looked out the other, and it was the opposite hue. One side was a dark, dark blue, the other, a deep rich blood red.
   
    That was Central Australia, and the plane was banking hard. It was a profound moment.
   
    99) If the whole world were listening to you right now, what would you say?
   
    Religion is nothing but a delusion; try reason for a change!