Those very bad no good men!

Yeah, construction firms must be shredding entire boxes of job applications from women every day!

On the subject of strength, this brought back a funny memory. My mom brought me a jar and told me to open it. She started turning around to attend to other matters when I swiftly twisted the lid and motioned the jar back with a prompt. She abruptly flipped and swore at me! I was confused. She told me that she had tried for many minutes and then it was no issue for me. She was just very irritated.


Died Very Suddenly

In a press conference held this morning, Boeing sadly announced that a whistleblower had shot himself in the back while falling off a skyscraper directly into a wood chipper while wearing cement shoes.

Though the shocking incident is the second such death of a Boeing whistleblower in as many months, the company saw no correlation between the two terrible tragedies that were in no way the results of any type of foul play and were clearly instances of suicide.

It could happen to anyone. Personally, I think it's climate change.


Won't you feel sorry for the Jews?

The colored puppets turned out to be pretty vicious:


This is America!

Lovely story from NY:

A high school soccer game at a public field in East Harlem was canceled after a group of migrants refused to leave the pitch so the kids could play.

“I directly asked them to leave and some of them kind of took it into consideration, but then four or five of them said, ‘You know what, f–k it, we don’t have to leave, we can do whatever we want,'” said Erik Johansson, the coach of the Manhattan Kickers 17-year-old boys travel team.


The real estate mirage

Yeah, the math just doesn't work in major cities. Here's an extreme example:

As I've written before. Let's see some numbers about the house that my retired barber bought and compare that to the reality of today.

  • Time: Early 70s.
  • Profession: Barber (with stay at home wife)
  • Annual income: $20,000
  • Loans: From dad and friends
  • Price of house: $55,000
  • Loans paid off in 3 years!

An example in the news from last year:

  • Annual income of professional couple: $200,000
  • Looking at house near Toronto
  • Price of house: ~$1.2 million
  • Bank refuses loan!

So, a barber working alone could afford to buy an average house fifty years ago in Canada. Today, an educated, credentialed, and hard working couple working full time while making 10 times the income of that barber can't even get a mortgage! And note this is comparing the same Greater Toronto Area of Canada.

I would bet a $1,000 that the barber could sell his house for an easy $1.5 million in the red-hot real estate market now.


Bend over or get out!

The wealthy will quietly shift their capital out while the middle will get squeezed hard.

I'm sure Harvard will be paying more, right?


Child abuse

The assaulted girl could die from the trauma and blood loss. It goes to show the public education is child abuse in so many ways.


Getting closer to the end

Crime Research: The Collapse in Law Enforcement: As Arrest Rates Plummet, People Have Been Less Willing to Report Crime.

Yeah, that's how we get "low" crime rates. There's a lot of data about arrests but this is still staggering:

With 31.8% of property crimes reported to police and only 11.9% of those reported crimes resulting in an arrest, that means that only 3.8% of all property crimes result in an arrest. For large cities with over a million people, only 1.4% of all property crimes result in an arrest.

No wonder, these criminals are so emboldened. They can literally rob dozens of places without worrying about cops. And when they do get caught, they're back on the streets in a few hours.

Update: Property rights don't matter.

Soon, people will "solve" crimes by themselves. Robbers and squatters will simply disappear.


Public education is child abuse

Literally:

She also abused other children who couldn't speak out. I wouldn't be surprised if every single victim is White.


No hope for you!

Highly Capable Cohort was RAYCISSSS! That's why it had to die.

In 2018, three years after Seattle Public Schools (SPS) hired an “equity specialist” to address so-called racial inequities, the students HCC served 13% multiracial, 11.8% Asian, 3.7% Hispanic and 1.6% black. (By 2023, it was 20% multiracial, 16% Asian, 8.2% Hispanic and 3.4% black.) Critics argue that because the HCC didn’t match the district’s diversity, the program was irredeemably racist and needed to be dismantled.

But parents, including those who are Black, Asian and Hispanic, argued against closing them down. They argued that SPS should work harder to identify minority students who are eligible for HCC, rather then kill the program entirely.

One father pleaded that the Seattle School Board “consider the disservice you would be doing to the minorities that are already in the HCC program.” He argued that the gifted program “does more for Black children, particularly Black boys, than it does for their peers.”

These uppity blacks need to know their place. Stay poor, hate YT, and vote for the Left.


Abolish police!

Oh, not like that:

What the hell is an "emotional support beverage"? Is that, like, grapefruit juice in a small bottle with a nipple?


For a few shekels

For what shall it profit a man, if he shall gain the whole world, and lose his own soul?


Adolf Hitler reborn

Anyone who goes against Clown World is super duper extreme ultra right wing pro max!


Boomers

No money for you!

How can I ever settle down and give them grandchildren if there isn't any money in the pipeline to support them? Do they want to go on holiday more than they want me to be able to have and bring up children?

I'm not alone in agonising over where my parents' hard-earned money is going. According to a survey by an online wealth management advice firm called Moneyfarm, two in five adult children feel their 'blood boiling' at the idea their parents are blowing their inheritance on luxury holidays.

Many years ago, my mother was showing her jewelry to my sisters. She was asking them about their preferences because, eventually, it'll be theirs. The conversation shifted to my dad. Hey, what do you want to give us? In a somewhat vicious manner, he stated that we'll get nothing from him.

Once you finish high school and college, there'll be no money for you. Get lost, you're on our own.

He wasn't kidding.

Another friend admits she puts phone notifications from her mum on silent when her parents go 'gallivanting abroad' — because all the pictures of dreamy destinations make her jealous. And resentful.

'My inheritance is currently being drunk through a straw in a coconut in the Caribbean,' she says. 'It's going to be slim pickings at this rate.'