Reductio ad absurdum


This shit is cray-cray:

High School Boy Wins All-State Honors In Girls Track And Field

High school girls in Alaska are crying foul after a male sprinter took home all-state honors in girls’ track and field. According to local reports, it was the first time in Alaskan history that a male athlete competed in the girls’ state championships.

Haines senior Nattaphon Wangyot–who self-identifies as a girl–advanced to the state finals in the 100-meter and 200-meter events. He won fifth place in the 100-meter dash and third place in the 200-meter. In both events, he competed against girls as young as ninth grade.
One of the girls Wangyot beat out for a slot at the state meet, Hutchison runner Emma Daniels, took issue with allowing a male athlete to compete in girls events.

“I’m glad that this person is comfortable with who they are and they’re able to be happy in who they are, but I don’t think it’s competitively completely 100-percent fair,” she told a local CBS station.

The chick has a dick.

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113 Responses to Reductio ad absurdum

  1. Myiq2xu™ says:

    We are living in an era of mass insanity.

  2. Myiq2xu™ says:

    Some day in the future, scientists, historians, and other scholars will study the ruins of a once-great civilization and hypothesize about what went wrong. The period between now and then will be known as “The Second Dark Age”.

  3. DeniseVB says:

    Good grief, I don’t think the media knows what HISTORIC means, it’s all Hillary slobber all the time on the morning newsies. No mention of the HISTORIC first presidential candidate under an FBI investigation?

  4. DeniseVB says:

  5. Dora says:

    She didn’t win either.

    • DeniseVB says:

      If you listen carefully to Hillary, she does emphasize “first woman of a major party”. Meh, she’s not so historic afterall 😀

  6. Dora says:

  7. Myiq2xu™ says:

    • taw46 says:

      This article was the “she asked for it” type. But the comments are not. They are outraged Americans, some of who attended that rally. And they again report police standing by as this happened, also sending the attendees right into the mobs (as a planned thing).

      • Somebody says:

        There have been several rallies where they set it up so the attendees exit right into the raging mobs. I don’t think this keeps happening by accident.

        • WMCB says:

          Yep. There are city governments who did everything they could to make it mob open-season on their citizens with “wrong” political opinions.

  8. Myiq2xu™ says:

  9. elliesmom says:

    “Kaitlin” Jenner was named “Woman of the Year” by Glamour magazine because no biologically female person “out-womaned” her this year. This transgender person winning athletic an competition against people born female is a real assault on Title IX and women’s sports, and my guess is it’s not the last. Since hormone treatments and sex re-assignment surgery are not required to self-identify as a woman, when real cash prizes are at stake, there will be lots of incentive for a man to don a dress for a sports season. He could even spend it in pantsuits. Lookout LPGA and women’s tennis. Do it with enough panache, and you might get a reality TV show. Feminists were quick to jump on the transgender rights bandwagon. It’s that “inter-sectional” thing again. When women’s rights conflict with another group’s rights, women must cede to the other group. It’s how a black man became president before a woman. Without women’s deference to race over gender, Obama could not have been elected. Being a feminist today is a joke women have played on themselves.

  10. Dora says:

    All that money! Wow!

  11. DeniseVB says:

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  14. Anthony says:

    Morning Joe format today: Spend 3 hours defending La Raza judge; find a way to insert “Trump is a Racist!” into every second of air time, including lead in to all commercial breaks.

    In the meantime, heaps praise on Hillary Clinton for her “historic” win (god, I’m beginning to hate that word)

    Surprised he forgot to mention Clinton’s international appeal…

  15. Dora says:

    This is historic too!

  16. driguana says:

    Posted this on my FB site this morning and wanted to share it with all my Crawdad compatriots as I truly love and value this place! Sorry for the length.

    This was such an intense week…I think for all of us. There are lots of astrological and spiritual thoughts soaring around us right now but I wanted to take a moment to be very grounded and thought-provoking because we really are in the sucking commencement of a huge vortex of change. I will be a bit lengthy here, so stick with me. And, of course, you may or may not agree with me, and that is always welcome and the way we are…but I think my FB friends and family are ready to roll together. This post will not be a selfie, a food post or a diatribe about how wonderful my children are…it is going to be a blog about seeking the right information.

    If you currently derive your info and thinking from Fox News, MSNBC, NPR, CNN, ABC, CBS, NBC, AP, Reuters, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The White House and all mass, mainstream media, you are being incredibly deceived. Perhaps you have been following how they have all recently edited, omitted or changed something to suit their political perspective. Yet this is what you rely on, this is where the sound bytes that your friends so righteously swear to you come from, and, unfortunately, this is what we come to believe in. To better understand what is happening, go to the source. Remember the source of a spring is not actually the spring or a pool of water, that is just a reflection. The source of the water is very deep, steeped in many minerals and aged in antiquity.

    Here are just a couple of thoughts on that. Do you outright believe something that these media report was said by Trump or Clinton or Sanders, and quickly jump to a conclusion and form an opinion? If you do, I can pretty much guarantee you that it is not the way they actually said something…almost always. Their words are taken out of context or put into a new context to adhere to their propaganda. Try it. Simply go to the actual speech made by the person and see for yourself. That is usually readily available.

    Facts!! They are always skewed. Is our economy in good shape or bad shape? It’s a particularly tough one because all sides use “facts” in their own way. Fact checker sites are a pure joke, almost all of them, because “someone” funds them. But go to the economic sources and see for yourself what is being reported. Also, in your own neighborhood check some things out….are burglary rates up? This is an “occupation” don’t forget and when times are bad, it becomes a preferred occupation among many. Are lots of properties for sale? Are jobs available? Do more people in your neighborhood rely on welfare to get by or do they actually contribute to the creation of wealth in your neighborhood? We are definitely entering a new moment of how to agree on and go forward on a different and perhaps very new economic path.

    “isms”…ah, isms! Personally, I never trust them. They almost tend to be universally dogmatic. I hear the term “fascism” and “fascist” being thrown around all over the place right now. When I read or listen to the article and speaker/writer, I quickly realize they have no idea what fascism means. Do you? It may not mean what you think it does. Capitalism vs socialism is another one. Most people have no idea what they really mean or how they truly function, or don’t function. there are lots of examples of their uses and their successes and failures. Don’t just take the media or a bloggers word for it.

    Same goes for all the other “isms”, especially racism. We have not had, in my lifetime, nor are we right now, having a real dialogue about what it means, what it doesn’t mean and how we are all supposed to get along. If you think we are, you are being deluded. We are using that particulate “ism” to name call and denigrate. That’s not what we should be doing. We all have cultural and ethnic differences. That is a positive, not a negative. It wasn’t too long ago, and still is in many places, when we lived in ethnic neighborhoods. Not because we wanted to go live elsewhere but because we preferred to be among our own. There is nothing worn with that. In fact, mostly, it is a preferred way of life.

    I’m done for the moment. Hope this stimulates the thinking juices in some of you. Dig deep. I did not vote for many years of my life. In part because as a professional city planner, I never wanted to have an allegiance to any politician. In many respects it is the way I survived so many different political regimes in my career. But there was always a more important personal reason, like it or not….I will NEVER vote for the lesser of two evils…never. I will stay on my own path of perceived goodness and work for change on my street, in my neighborhood and in my community. But it is also my own personal belief system that tells me if a person is good or evil. I may like someone and you may think they are evil…happens all the time. I can only follow my heart.

    • Ann says:

      That was an excellent piece. I hope you get a lot of dialog on your facebook page with true intellectual commenting (for and against!).

    • DeniseVB says:

      That was a refreshingly honest read, thanks for sharing. I’m spending less time on FB these days because my family and RL friends are incredibly stupid following politics and the news. When I see MSNBC or Think Progress used as sources, I just keep scrolling down my newsfeed.

      Then there’s my sweet niece who just graduated with a degree in Social Work who supports Bernie because he’s a socialist too ! *SMH*

    • swanspirit says:

      I pay attention to what is going on around me. When I go food shopping, and no one within earshot of me is speaking English, I notice. When people can’t put Christmas lights on f their lawns in my neghbirhood without them being stolen., I pay attention. I can’t help but notice good and gas prices.
      I believe that not voting when people DIED to give me that right ,is something I cannot do. Given that humanity is intrinsically flawed, I will make a choice based on my feelings as well.
      I had a horrible feeling about Obama. Even Hillary is not as bad as he is, but Trump is on another level altogether. He still has some genuine humanity in him.

      • WMCB says:

        Trump is often a bit of an asshole, but he’s not antithetical to America itself. That’s the difference.

        • AFVet says:

          I would rather have an asshole that loves America than an asshole that doesn’t.
          George Patton would have approved of Trump.
          I doubt he would have approved of Obama or Hillary for that matter.

        • driguana says:

          Yes, there are degrees of assholiness, for sure!

    • WMCB says:

      Excellent piece. I don’t agree with every opinion out there, but we’ve allowed ourselves to become so media and narrative-driven that we the people can’t even have remotely honest conversations about it all anymore. That needs to change, or we’re sunk.

  17. Anthony says:

    • taw46 says:

      I could only listen for about 10 minutes this morning. The part where the panel talked about the GOP leaders giving Trump 2-3 weeks to come around to their way of thinking, or he was on his own (or they wouldn’t select him, or something). In that 10 minutes I did not hear one of them mention the people who elected Trump as their nominee, nor what those people want the party to be. They are in full-blown Hillary/establishment/oligarch mode. The hell with them all.

      • Anthony says:

        The most telling was Joe’s reference to “MY Republican Party!” as spit flew out of his mouth with a velocity that rivals the thrill running up Chris Matthews’ leg whenever he hears Obama’s name.

    • DeniseVB says:

      I only watch Fox Business in the a.m. now. At least the panels are Trump friendly while discussing what other news stations are reporting about him.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Trish Regan hosts a show after Stuart Varney’s on FBN in the early afternoon. Megyn Kelly should be very afraid of her job security if she keeps ticking off Fox viewers. (I still like Megyn, but her “spawn of Katie Couric and Barbara Walters” behavior is getting annoying.)

  18. DeniseVB says:

    Bristol’s blowing up the internet, at least on the glossy tabloid pages …. are her and Dakota married? (notice her ring, double bands?)

  19. WMCB says:

    So yesterday, Buzzfeed got all up on their high horse about evil evil Trump, announced they’d refuse to run any of his paid ads, etc. Today they are all whining like little bitches because he responded in kind. THIS is why people love Trump. 😀

    • DeniseVB says:

      Shhhhh, don’t tell myiq, I’m a closet infowars fan. Some good video out there if you weed through the tinfoily stuff.

      • WMCB says:

        The problem with infowars is that they’ll give a platform to pretty much anyone. So long as you understand that and take it into account, you can glean a little info not covered elesewhere and also laugh at the loons. Just…. buyer beware.

        • DeniseVB says:

          They have a “history” of La Raza video, which I enjoyed, though didn’t share here, because wasn’t sure of it’s “propaganda”.

  20. WMCB says:

    Lots and lots of people are so done with the “don’t talk about the race wars that the left is actually waging” bullshit.

  21. taw46 says:

  22. WMCB says:

    Tired of the lying bullshit. ‘Oh, but the name of that judge’s lawyer association is totes coincidental, honest! Nothing to do with La Raza itself!”

    • DandyTIger says:

      They seem nice.

    • swanspirit says:

      They have an affiliate group here in Maryland
      If you scroll down to funding, you will see they are funded by Soros, and Chavez conveniently contributed 1.5 million in 2008, when guess who was running for office.
      They have changed their text too. It used to read that their goals help the Latino community exclusively, but now they have this crap about diversity; but you can’t get help unless you are Latino.I wish I had gotten a screen shot.
      The services they provide are incredibly comprehensive, from housing to employment to health care. You name it, they do it, if you are Latino.

  23. 49erDweet says:

    See where Maine’s Senator-who-is-really-not-a-Republican doesn’t get ‘it’ yet. Sez won’t endorse T unless he changes his approach. LOL. She’s like a mouse staring at the diving owl, waiting for it to shake hands and be friends.

  24. Dora says:

    I’m sure this will be used in the Trump campaign. 🙂

  25. Myiq2xu™ says:

    Well, no shit. It’s always the little people around the Clintons that pay the price.

  26. WMCB says:

    • DeniseVB says:

      LoL, Miller is a hoot to follow on FB when he’s not limited to 142 characters. I caught Mark Steyn on the radio discussing the great women leaders in the world and how they rose to the top. He said even Eva Peron was likable enough. Trying to fit Hillary in a category he said the American Democrats have just nominated Madam Mao.

    • DeniseVB says:

      In my dreams, a Milo and Whittle sandwich. I still spam Whittle’s American Fascists vid whenever I see stupid media references to “protesters at the Trump Rally…”

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    • Mt.Laurel says:

      Because he wants to be immortalized on Mt. Losenbaden?

      Rose: If it were clearer we could see Mount Losenbaden.

      Blanche: What’s Mount Losenbaden?

      Rose: It’s kinda like Mount Rushmore, except they sculpted four losers of Presidential elections in the mountainside. Let’s see – there was Alf Landen, Wendell Wilkie and Adlai Stevenson and Adlai Stevenson.

      Blanche: Why are there two Adlai Stevensons?

      Dorothy: Oh, Blanche’ isn’t it obvious? He lost twice… Oh god – it’s making sense.

    • DeniseVB says:

      From the House of Kristol Meth. How desperate and vile.

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  32. Propertius says:

    I dunno, I’m betting this guy pees wherever he wants, man-bun or no man-bun:

    • WMCB says:

      Hipster man buns have the same realtionship to that guy that the bearded hipster douches in plaid flannel shirts have to actual lumberjacks.

      • Propertius says:

        Well, I’m not a lumberjack or a hipster but I wear flannel shirts in the winter and I’ve had a beard since I decided shaving was a really stupid way to spend my mornings (almost 43 years ago).

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