Friday, June 30, 2017

Bad Decisions, Another Case for Evil

Mr. Piggott pens a great piece about how society doesn't want to admit they made bad decisions, which opens up an opportunity for profit. 

It was inspired by a post by good Ole Dalrock, which was in turn prompted by this article written by a mentally ill "power-you-can-have-it-all" divorced mom.  Boys, PLEASE pay attention to the comments section in the "power grrrrrl" article so you KNOW that we are not "hating on women" or making this stuff up.  Realize just how many women support/are inpsired by/believe the BS and REALIZE that is your dating market.


Anonymous said...

Wow. What an astonishing piece. The selfishness and treachery are positively breathtaking.

I'm hardly a bible thumper, but those "whispers" are also known as "temptation". The devil doesn't compel - he whispers. So she ruined her marriage, for what? Getting her groove on.

The comments in the original piece were enlightening as well. They gave me hope that not everyone is as vapid as this woman. I especially like the commentor that claimed "You go girl, that's what I did, now I'm a strong independent woman!" or something to that effect, only to be called out as dependent on her rich ex's money, which she glommed in the divorce.

Anonymous said...

I liked Adam's commentary so much, I bought his book. Thought you should know.

Agent J said...

I had to double-check to make sure it wasn't written by my ex, but nope, we had kids. And she still nuked the marriage because of her feels.