Women Who Have Tattoos And Piercings Are Broken

This may may sound somewhat weird, cruel, and somewhat judgmental, however, I believe that this a factually true.


There are people that have tattoos and piercings, and I will say, that in my opinion, this does not, in any way, shape, or form, make the women make the woman more attractive. Period.

I do not thing that any man has ever thought that a particular women would make her look sexier. I cannot see that a man would say, “that woman would look really hot if she had a butterfly tattooed over her ass”. Yet, for some reason, women tend to put ink within their skin, or wear piece of metal on her nose. But, yet, many women do that very thing.

As a matter of fact, there are more women than men with tattoos.

I should point out that, in my opinion and observation, we should treat these women with tattoos or those who have extraneous piercings as lepers.

These women are sluts.

Lets face it, what kind of woman would be comfortable lying down in public while a fat guy with a dirty beard sticks a sharp needle into her skin? The kind of woman who takes sharp objects in her vagina as a hobby. {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22153289} {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22616886} {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22726901}

These women have no foresight.

Even in today’s society, people with piercings have a hard time getting hired for anything even for the menial jobs. And what is going to happen to these women as time marches on and all those cool things that, you think, look so cool and individual, start sagging and wrinkling in your 50’s and beyond.Seriously, what the fuck were you thinking? {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/1781185} {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22153289} {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12042538} {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15119003} {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24926092}

These women are selfish.

These women get these things done to themselves to identify themselves as individuals, just like everyone else. They do these things for themselves, in other words, “I AM DOING THIS FOR ME!”. A woman who disfigure herself will never attempt to please anyone or do anything nice for another person. {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/1781185} {http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2008/07/080715204734.htm} {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12042538}

These women are boring.

Seriously. Yes, these people have tattoos and piercings, and they imagine that that fact will make them naturally interesting. So, why should they bother having anything other than that fact? Most women tend to be as boring as dirt, although a pierced/tattooed woman is aggressively boring as dirt. {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19651696} {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23938068}

These women are mentally ill.

Really. Any women who imagines that getting a tattoo or a piercing is a good idea, even a seemingly innocuous one, is going to be more than a little bit crazy. In my experience, every pierced or inked woman has never been right in the head. Some were clinically depressed. Some suffered from anxiety of even full-blown personality disorder. I have known a psychopath who was inked. {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22153289} {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12042538} {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/2333825} {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15119003} {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23938068} {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22726901}

Again, this is my opinion. If you do not like what I have said, then you can email me at:



If You Shave, Here Is A Suggestion.

Let us discuss about how I shave my beard.


I remember before I was able to shave there were straight razors and single-bladed safety razors, and that was all there were. Then some bunch of idiot advertising executives decided that it would be a good idea to stick two razor blades in a single razor.

When that first happened, I recall two pieces of humorous fiction that were quite funny. The first was a fake advertisement on Saturday Night Live during around 1980, it was a commentary on the two-bladed razors that had just come out in 1971, with the Gillette Trac II “razor system”. The punch line was something to the effect that if you thing that a dual blade is a good idea, then you believe anything.

The second was in MAD Magazine, where they proposed a fictional razor three-bladed razor where the first blade stretched the whisker, the second blade cut the whisker, and the third blade tied the cut whiskers into tiny bundles.

I had actually used the dual blade razors until, in 1998, Gillette produced the Mach3. Yes, it was a triple bladed razor. At the time, I could still get dual bladed razors with no problem, and I bought a bunch of them. Then, around 2004, I had to get some more razors, and I had seen razors with 4, yes FOUR, blades.

In my opinion, I knew that the dual blades were all hype, but they were convenient. But, I could not tolerate these 3, 4, and I imagine 5 bladed razors. At that point I had made a decision. I knew that when you need to get shaved in a hospital, for surgery for example, they use a single bladed razor. And I started to think about it.

In 2004, I bought my first single-bladed safety razor. I should have used the single-bladed safety razor all along. I get a smoother shave than any dual-bladed, triple-bladed, and any n-bladed razor. And while some of you out there might think that I am still living in the past for using an old-fashion razor. I really don’t care what you think about it. I buy my razors on amazon.com, and once you have purchased the handle, they are amazingly cheap, cheaper than any other style of razor out there. Now, additionally, I use a mug with shaving soap. And I assure you that regular soap in NO GOOD, you need shaving soap, because it will not dry your skin lake hand soap does.

So what is the cost for my shaving setup?
Blades will generally cost you about $5.99 for ten blades
Shaving soap will cost you about $4.00
A mug and brush will cost you about $20.00 and that will last for years
A handle for you blades will cost $20.00 or more, but that will last you until you die, and you can pass it on to you grandkids.

So, for an initial outlay of about $50.00, you can start shaving like a real man. You need to replace you blades periodically, and your soap, and maybe a new brush every ten years, but, in my opinion, it is a morning ritual that you should probably consider.

Now, I have been looking into buying a straight razor, but I cannot find a good one, yet.

Also, because I live in North Dakota, where it is cold, I grow my beard starting in September, and I will start shaving again in March. It’s just something I do.

Let Us Talk About “Man Caves”

I have a, so called, “Man Cave”. In my particular case, it is my entire apartment. Of course I am happily divorced and have not been influenced by a woman as of November 2013.


So, what is a “Man Cave”?

According to Wikipedia {https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Man_cave}, it is a male sanctuary, or safe space for a man. It is, essentially, the last bastion of masculinity.

Now, that face that there is a room for a man seems to be somewhat upsetting, to me. See, a man’s domain is outside the home, the place where he acts and interacts. The woman’s domain is within the home, where she sets everything up the way she wants. The fact that within the home a man has been reduced to a single small space within the home tells me that within the home, she is in charge. And that tells me that there is no equality within a male-female relationship.

So, if we are lucky enough to have a man cave, that is where we go to be away from women. We may be “recharged” and exit refreshed. So, if you do have a man cave, then you are lucky. I was not so lucky during my marriage, as she had set everything up the way she wanted, and I had no real say within the home.

For a few years, I had brewed beer within the home, and my ex-wife had tolerated it, but all of the brewing equipment was generally hidden and out of sight. The fermenters were hidden in a closet, when I had finished with bottling, the cases of freshly bottled beer was hidden in a corner. See, it was never really “our” home, it was “her” home, and in her opinion I was messing it up with me having my things, my hobbies, being present in “our” home.

And about a year and a half after our divorce, after I had moved to Fargo, North Dakota, yesterday, on 14 October 2014, I had realized that my entire apartment was my man cave, my safe space. And as I looked around at my nominal things, I knew that it was, indeed, a man cave.

So, what the hell is in my man cave?

I have three computers, four bookshelves, CDs and DVDs scattered in one of my three desks/tables. I have a humidor on my kitchen counter, since about one-half of my kitchen counter is full of manly things. Yes, I share my space with two cats, and I have some places for my cats in the man cave, but if I wanted to, I could move these cat things in another room. But I have been around these cats for so long (17 years and 11 years) that I am OK with them in my man cave.

So, do you have a man cave? If so, what is in it? If you do not have a man cave, why?

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Part 10: Myths About Domestic Violence

I wish to now discuss about how domestic violence affects children and parents.



Myth: Abusive parents are more likely to seek sole custody of the child/children than non-violent parents.

Fact: Unfortunately, this statistic is very probably wrong. This claim is derived from an American Psychological Association (APA) publication that contains numerous claims that have no scientific basis. {American Psychological Association. Violence and the Family:  Report of the American Psychological Association Presidential Task Force on Violence and the Family. Washington, DC. 1996.} This task force that had published this publication was headed by Lenore Walker  {https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lenore_E._Walker} who was instrumental in The Super Bowl Hoax. The APA has now been withdrawn. {Communication with Julia Silva, Director, APA Adults and Children Working Together Against Violence Office, January 31, 2008.}

Myth: From 25% to 50% of disputed custody cases involve domestic violence.

Fact: While many custody cases involve an allegation of domestic violence, only a very small minority of those allegations have been substantiated as being true. In many divorces, the women makes a false claim of domestic violence so that the record shows that there is an allegation, but without demonstrating it. This is a common tactic that has been used for many years.

Myth: False allegations of domestic violence are no more common in a divorce or custody disputes than at any other time.

Fact: False allegations of domestic violence or sexual abuse appears far more common during custody disputes. {Trocme N, Bala N. False allegations of abuse and neglect when parents separate. Child Abuse and Neglect, Vol. 29, 2005. p. 1341.}

Myth: Children are safer with their mother than with their father.

Fact: According to the data provided by the Department of Health and Human Services, 71%, yes seventy-one percent, of children killed by one parent were killed by their mothers. {Rosenthal, M., 71% of children killed by one parent are killed by their mothers; 60% of victims are boys. 2008. http://www.breakingthescience.org/SimplifiedDataFromDHHS.php}

Myth: Abusive fathers are successful in winning sole child custody approximately 70% of the time.

Fact: This false statistic appears in an embellishment of a claim in a 1989 report by The Gender Bias Committee of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court which had claimed that in 70% of cases, the fathers, not the abusive fathers, were successful in winning some form of child custody. However, the was not necessarily physical custody, nor was it sole custody. {Abrams and Greaney, Gender Bias Study of the Supreme Judicial Court, Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court, 1989.} However, when that data had been re-analyzed, they concluded that “when mothers sought sole custody, the court granted the request at a rate 65% higher than it did when fathers made the same request.” {Rosenthal M. Misrepresentation of gender bias in the 1989 Report of the Gender Bias Committee of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court. November 23, 2005. http://www.breakingthescience.org/SJC_GBC_analysis_intro.php#mbr_analysis}

Myth: Allegations of domestic violence have no demonstrated effect on the rate at which persons are awarded custody of their children.

Fact: This claim has been refuted by a study that found judges were more likely to award sole custody to non-perpetrators of domestic violence. {Morril A, Dai J, Dunn S, Sung I, Smith K. Child custody and visitation decisions when the father has perpetrated violence against the mother. Violence Against Women, Vol. 11, No. 8, 2005.}

OK. That is all I have, and I am done with this series. If anyone notices a bad link that I have given you on this series of posts, please tell me and I will attempt to correct them.

I am going to not post for about two or three days, as my brain hurts!




Part 09: Myths About Domestic Violence

Let us now concentrate on how domestic violence affects the workplace.



Myth: According to the General Accounting Office (GAO), an independent agency that to the United States Congress audit, evaluation, and investigative services, between one-quarter and one-half of domestic violence victims reported that they had lost a job due to, at least in part, domestic violence.

Fact: The GAO, in HR 739 had stated a very different conclusion. The actual conclusion was “we cannot conclude that being a victim of domestic violence changes the likelihood that a woman will work {GAO: Domestic Violence Prevalence and Implications for Employment among Welfare Recipients. GAO/HEHS-99-12. November 1998. www.gao.gov/archive/1999/he99012.pdf}

Myth:  Between 32% and 56% of employed women are harassed at work by their abusive partners.

Fact: This claim from HR 739 was based upon three, small, uncontrolled, and outdated studies that had absolutely no scientific validity. The respondents of the studies had represented a highly selected population of women in abuse shelters and the results are based on unverified self-reports. {GAO: Domestic Violence Prevalence and Implications for Employment among Welfare Recipients. GAO/HEHS-99-12. November 1998. Appendix III. http://www.gao.gov/archive/1999/he99012.pdf}

Myth: Females of domestic violence lose 8,000,000 days of paid work every year. Yes, I said 8 million.

Fact: This, again, comes from HR 739, and it originates from the Center of Disease Control is a one-sided statistic that does not include any mention of male victims of domestic violence. {National Center for Injury Prevention and Control. Costs of Intimate Partner Violence Against Women in the United States, Atlanta: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2003. http://www.cdc.gov/violenceprevention/pub/IPV_cost.html}

Myth: Homicide is the leading cause of death for women on the job.

Fact: Yet another claim from HR 739. However, the leading cause amongst women of death in the workplace is transportation incidents at 43%. Homicides represent 35% of women in the workplace. {NIOSH: Violence in the Workplace: http://www.cdc.gov/niosh/topics/violence/traumaviol_research.html}

Well, that is all I have for now, in my next part, I will be focussing on children and custody. And I think that will be the last part of this series.


Part 08: Myths About Domestic Violence

OK. I will now discuss about the legal response to domestic violence and the police response to domestic violence.



Myth: From the very beginning in the United States, and during the colonial expansion in America, American philosophy of law has viewed wife-beating as an acceptable practice.

Fact:  The Body of Liberties,  which were accepted in 1641 by the
Massachusetts Bay colonists, states, “Everie marryed woeman shall be free from bodilie correction or stripes by her husband, unlesse it be in his owne defence upon her assalt. If there be any just cause of correction complaint shall be made to Authoritie assembled in some Court, from which onely she shall receive it.” {http://history.hanover.edu/texts/masslib.html} (OK, in my opinion, people really hadn’t figure out how to spell in those days).

Myth: The expression “rule of thumb” refers to the diameter of a stick or rod for which wife-beating was considered legal.

Fact: This old canard has been around a long time. However, the phrase “rule of thumb” does not appear in legal treatises on English common law. But, yet, the myth persists. {Sommers CH. Who Stole Feminism? New York: Simon and Schuster. 1994. pp. 203-204.}

Myth: Domestic violence is such an abominable crime such that it warrants harsh criminal justice measures.

Fact: There is no such evidence that a rigorous or sever criminal
justice response deters domestic violence, but a “get tough on crime” approach may in fact place persons at greater risk of victimization. {Respecting Accuracy in Domestic Abuse Reporting: Why have domestic violence programs failed to stop partner abuse? 2008. http://www.mediaradar.org/press_release_20071009.php}

Myth: The use of restraining orders should be made freely available to any and every victims of abuse.

Fact: There is little evidence that the use of a restraining orders prevent future violence, {Grau J, Fagan J, and Wexler S. Restraining orders for battered women: Issues of access and efficacy. Women and Politics, Vol. 4, 1984, pp. 13–28.} {Harrell A and Smith B. Effects of restraining orders on domestic violence victims. In Buzawa C and Buzawa E (eds.): Do Arrests and Restraining Orders Work? Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 1996. p. 229.} {McFarlane J, Malecha A, Gist J et al. Protection orders and intimate partner violence: An 18-month study of 150 Black, Hispanic, and White women. American Journal of Public Health, Vol. 94, No. 4, pp. 613–618.} and in some cases, they escalate the conflict. {Dugan L, Nagin D, and Rosenfeld R. Exposure reduction or backlash? The effects of domestic violence resources on intimate partner homicide. NCJ Number 186194, 2001. http://www.ncjrs.gov/app/Publications/Abstract.aspx?ID=186193}.


Myth: Mandatory arrest has been proven to be an effective means of preventing future violence.

Fact: Actually, mandatory arrest laws increase, not reduce, the risk of subsequent domestic violence. {Iyengar R. Does the certainty of arrest reduce domestic violence? Evidence from mandatory and recommended arrest laws. Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research, June 2007.}

Myth: Domestic violence cases have been treated more tolerable that other types of crime.

Fact: Felony domestic assault cases are less likely, not more likely, to be dismissed by the court than non-domestic assaults. {Cited in Young C. Domestic violence: An in-depth analysis. Washington, DC: Independent Women’s Forum, 2005, p. 3.}

Myth: Women who kill their batterers will receive longer prison sentences than men who kill their partners.

Fact: The average prison sentence for a man who has killed his wife is approximately 17.5 years. However, the average prison sentence for a woman who has killed her husband is approximately 6.2 years. Thus the difference is that a man is sentenced approximately 2.8 times as a woman. {U.S. Department of Justice. Domestic violence: Violence between intimates. Washington, DC, 1994.}

Well, that is it for now. In my next posting, I will focus on domestic violence with respect to the workplace.




Fargo Mom Left 7-Year-Old At Hotel While She Drank, Police Allege

I am taking a break on my series on domestic violence to report this:

By Emily Welker on Oct 8, 2014 at 7:56 p.m.

FARGO – A Fargo mother faces felony child abuse charges after allegedly dropping off her 7-year-old son at a motel room after driving drunk, then leaving him there all night while she went to a party.


Court documents filed Tuesday in Cass County District Court say police tracked down April Lynne Manning, 29, just past 5:30 a.m. on Sept. 30 at her home in the 700 block of 31st Street North in Fargo.

Police were coming to talk to Manning after her fiancé called them claiming a relative had confronted Manning for leaving the child unattended.

When officers found her at home, Manning was still drunk from the night before, court documents allege. The child was with her, lying on the floor watching television in his pajamas.

Manning reeked of alcohol and slurred her words as she told Fargo police Officer David Cochran the child was fine and had been with her all day at her sister’s.

A Breathalyzer test later showed she had 0.20 percent blood alcohol content, more than twice the legal limit for driving.

As she spoke, she told the officer her 7-year-old had been with her at the motel – then quickly realized her mistake.

Manning then allegedly told the officer she was at the Grand Inn to meet a man from Florida, Chris Johnson. She lied to her fiancé and told him she was meeting her brother instead, she told the officer.

After drinking for several hours with Johnson and having sex, she realized she was late to pick up her son from school, she said.

Manning told police she called the school and asking them to hold him in the after-school program. She told police she got there about 4 p.m. and drove the child to the motel, feeding him some candy and other vending machine items. At about 9 p.m., she drove him to her sister’s house in Fargo, Johnson picked up some meth on the way, she told the officer.

They told police they stayed at her sister’s, drinking with other people there until about 3:30 a.m., when she realized she forgot her son at the motel, court documents say.

That’s when she got back behind the wheel and fetched the sleeping boy from the Grand Inn and, still intoxicated, drove him back home to north Fargo, she told police.

The 7-year-old and a son born in 2013, a child Manning had with her fiancé, were not taken into protective custody because the fiancé was sober and able to care for the children, court documents say.

Manning was charged with one count of child abuse, a Class C felony.

Her next court appearance has not yet been set.{http://www.inforum.com/content/fargo-mom-left-7-year-old-hotel-while-she-drank-police-allege-0}