Kids Today Aren’t Snowflakes – They’re Pussies!

I was thinking about all the stuff we saw/survived when we were growing up. The Cold War. Vietnam. Nixon and Watergate. JFK, MLK, and RFK. Oil embargoes and inflation. Disco. Leisure suits.

Kids today aren’t snowflakes, they’re pussies.


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173 Responses to Kids Today Aren’t Snowflakes – They’re Pussies!

  1. Myiq2xu™ says:

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    • 49erDweet says:

      It’s different when straights do it. Sigh.

    • elliesmom says:

      As the parent of a teen cancer survivor who has spent a lot of time hanging out in the hospital with kids with cancer, I’ve never quite understood the allure of a shaved head, especially among the girls. It’s devastating for the cancer kids when their hair starts falling out. The other look that comes to mind is “concentration camp”.

  6. Dora says:

    They’ve got some smart people in Tennessee.

  7. taw46 says:

    A good read.

  8. Dora says:

    So True.

  9. Dora says:

    Everybody is picking on Trudeau lately. Not fair. 🙂

  10. Myiq2xu™ says:

    • 49erDweet says:

      Thanks WP. I’ll be sure to tell my wife how to vote next time. And then duck.

      Never a glib thought that just maybe……MAYBE….on some issues we share viewpoints? Because we share lives? And interests? And on others we don’t. Hence “voting secretly” in a booth?

      • elliesmom says:

        Elliesdad has never changed my mind about who to vote for. There have been times when I have just kept my mouth shut. Like when we voted for governor in IL. I think there may have been a time or two when I’ve changed his mind, See primary 2016. But I don’t know for sure because the voting booth is private. I am more conservative than he is, but he gets angrier at politicians and stays angry longer. I’ll probably vote for a Democrat sooner than he will although he has been registered as a Democrat, and I never have.

    • Constance says:

      Well how do we know that Republican husbands aren’t voting like their wife tells them to vote? In Progressive households do women vote like their husbands tell them or are they voting Democrat based on their own thoughts?

    • helenk3 says:

      when she was told to sit down and shut up in 2008 so they could install backtrack, was it bill that told her to do so? She has a lot of nerve talking about any woman’s decision to vote and how that woman made her decision.

      • mothy2017 says:

        Have they/she ever considered the support she lost after 08? She changed. I was registered (I) from 2008 until Trump. I can name 20 family members who voted for her against obama who then voted for Trump. The math isn’t that difficult.v

      • r u reddy says:

        I have read that it was the Bilderberg Group which instructed her to step back and let Backtrack have the nomination. They were both summoned to the Bilderberg Group’s annual meeting being held that year near Chantilly, Virginia.

  11. Myiq2xu™ says:

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    • elliesmom says:

      I’m not sure I’d want a snapping turtle large enough to eat a puppy in a tank in a classroom. Remember, this is the Tide pod generation. A turtle that large could take a kid’s hand off.

    • Miranda says:

      If that actually happened, the teacher needs to be investigated for animal abuse.

      • elliesmom says:

        If the teacher had fed the turtle a fish, no one would be protesting. I had kids raise brine shrimp in one of the tanks in my classroom to feed the fish in the other ones. No one had much sympathy for the “sea monkeys”. The closer an animal gets to humans on the evolutionary tree, the more offended some people get when they’re eaten by people or other predators. People pretty much take for granted that kids are going to dissect frogs and worms in a biology class, but there’s always an uproar if the teacher chooses to have the kids dissect a cat. A fetal pig is another choice teachers often make, and that one gets mixed reviews. A shark is a good choice. People cheer that one on, but the specimens are expensive.
        Given that a puppy is a lovable pet for a large percentage of the kids, choosing a puppy was insensitive. In the real world small pets are food for large reptiles like alligators and snapping turtles. They eat birds and ducks, too. Pretty much anything is food for them. They aren’t vegan. As I’ve already said, the danger of having that large a snapping turtle in a classroom would be my main concern, but once it’s there, it needs to eat. A puppy was a poor choice, but no more cruel or abusive than tossing the turtle a fish.

        • Miranda says:

          I know it’s standard in nature, but I wouldn’t deliberately feed any animal another live animal, essentially torturing the food animal to death.

          • elliesmom says:

            I hear you. I got a lot of flak for sharing pics I took of a snake consuming a toad in my backyard. Like the snake was “evil” for eating the toad live. Non-venomous snakes eat toads and mice by swallowing them alive and whole. It’s just the way they eat. If the puppy was fed to the turtle live, the first thing the turtle did was kill it. It has an iron jaw. It didn’t eat the puppy by eating it alive. As I said, I don’t applaud the teacher using a puppy for turtle food. It was a poor choice when the turtle would have been just as happy to eat some other animal. One that doesn’t create images of a reptile eating something warm and fuzzy.

            It’s my understanding the turtle wasn’t fed the puppy as a demonstration before a class, but was done after school. The only kids who saw it were the teacher’s “fan club”. The kids who like to hang out with a teacher after school. The guy wasn’t trying to cause a sensation. I think he needs to return the turtle to the wild or surrender it to an animal sanctuary. Either of which will require permits from his local government. Maybe the parents who are upset could help him pay for the permits. He appears to be a popular teacher even if he is a bit misguided in his choice of classroom “pets”.

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  16. Cisco says:

    PA special election is very, very close.
    Now if this election was held in Chicago, a loyal precient captain would “find” a couple hundred or so votes.

  17. Venus E. Lee says:

    Pundits have all shut up

  18. Venus E. Lee says:

    Just FTR:

  19. Cisco says:

    “It ain’t over till it’s over”
    Yogi Berra
    This from a world class winner.
    “Over parts of 18 seasons with the Yankees, Berra won 10 World Series rings: More than any other baseball player in history. He won three more championships as a coach, and made an astonishing 21 total World Series appearances as a player, coach or manager.”

  20. Cisco says:

    Terrible news.
    Steven Hawkins passed away at the age 76.
    Rest in Peace Professor Hawkins.🛐🙏🛐

    • swanspirit says:

      Really sad news. 💔

    • Constance says:

      Very sad. I was reading about him and it said he was diagnosed with ALS at age 21 and given 2 years to live. So he lived 50+ years with the disease and has 3 children. He had been in a wheel chair since 1969. I have never heard of anyone living that long with that disease.

      • Somebody says:

        Me either, he’s always held up as an example with ALS patients. Most die within 18 months to 2 years from diagnosis. My father lived 5 years and 4 months after his ALS diagnosis, which was unusual. How quickly it takes you generally depends on which area of the body is impacted first. Once the patient moves into the bulbar phase they usually go quickly, professor Hawkins being the only example to the contrary I know of.

        Horrible disease.☹️

  21. Myiq2xu™ says:

    • lyn says:

      Claire Foy did a much better job acting than Matt Smith did in the series.

      • elliesmom says:

        But Matt Smith has chosen a better agent, which in the business half of an actor’s or actresses’s job is equally as important as talent when it comes to a paycheck.

      • lateblum says:

        I don’t know who was the better actor. I know I went from not caring about Philip, to actually not liking him. And I went from liking Elizabeth, to admiring her – very much. So maybe it’s a tie.
        I hope Claire Foy gets a better agent for the remaining episodes/seasons. She deserves all the accolades (and salary) she can get. I have only a half episode left to watch of this wonderful series. I don’t want it to end.

  22. Venus E. Lee says:

    Lamb leads with Westmoreland precicts in 579.
    Absentees out from Westmoreland, Green & Washington

  23. Cisco says:

    Apparently HRC is being treated for a sprained hand.
    Maybe her drinking hand?🍸🍸🍸🍸

  24. Cisco says:

    So Lamb is giving a victory speech.
    He’s so full of 💩 I can smell the stench over the Internet.
    Oh, yea, Dem’s are now for Americans. Well maybe a few million or so Illegal’s me thinks, but he won’t say that tonight.
    A leopard can never change its spots. Read DemoRats.

  25. Myiq2xu™ says:

  26. Constance says:

    The thing is we all used to vote reliably Democrat and we haven’t changed. The Democrat party changed into intolerant Leftists who now find us all deplorable and women too spineless to determine their own vote. How long before they try to take women’s votes away? Lamb sounds like an old fashioned American Democrat and that is why he is getting votes. I agree that about 24 hours after he wins his inner intolerant Leftist will emerge and line up behind Nancy but apparently people in Pennsylvania are too stupid to see this coming. Still it will be evident by next November and so perhaps it’s good that people nationwide can watch this happen now and then vote accordingly next November.

  27. Island Girl says:

    Regardless of that election, excellent videos and commentary as always! Cheers all TCH’rs

  28. Myiq2xu™ says:

    • Anthony says:

      Posted the YouTube video on FB with an appeal for people to put aside their politics and listen to the brave women in Europe about what could easily happen here, got exactly TWO responses. #ShadowBanned

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    Here’s the news about Stephen Hawking.


    Stephen Hawking, author of ‘A Brief History of Time,’ dies at 76

    The family did not disclose the cause of death, but said he “died peacefully” at his home in Cambridge, England.

  31. DeniseVB says:

    If it weren’t for these guys, most kids under 21 wouldn’t have heard of Stephen Hawking. R.I.P. ❤

  32. Dora says:

    She hurt herself in that slide down the stairs. Poor dear.

  33. Dora says:

    This could get interesting.

  34. DeniseVB says:

    This will probably be the dumbest thing I’ll read on the internet all day, maybe the year. “Sorry honey, you can’t take the multi-million dollar job, I need you home to help with the housework” ?

  35. Dora says:

    Oh wow! I love this story.


    Back-to-back nor’easters expose buried ‘ghost railroad tracks’ on New Jersey beach

    Century-old railroad tracks have become exposed on a New Jersey beach, thanks to winter storms

    They are all that remains of a line that supported sand mining and munitions testing facilities during WWI

    When they fell into disuse, they became covered by sand, but reappear every so often after major storms

  36. Dora says:

    Includes some nice pictures.


    15 Hidden Details On Grace Kelly’s Wedding Dress You Didn’t Know About

    Soon-to-be royal Meghan Markle has enthralled the world with her fairytale-like evolution from Hollywood celebrity to prominent royal figure. Markle, however, isn’t the first A-lister to abandon the limelight to follow the path to royalty. The ethereal Grace Kelly retired her Hollywood acting career to become the Princess of Monaco back in 1956 and her wedding to Prince Rainier III was undeniably one of the most iconic of all time.

  37. helenk3 says:

    the part the msm did not tell you about this video

  38. helenk3 says:

    I never heard of this guy. Maybe we should keep him in our sights, to prevent a lot of mischief in our elections

  39. helenk3 says:

    do not know a lot about this lady. If the dems and McCain are against her, she must be good for the country

  40. Anthony says:

    Wednesday morning quarterbacking: the votes aren’t counted but Lamb the Sham is already bleating victory. I suspect that will most likely be the case but I hope like hell Saccone pulls it off.

    The Democrats are also obediently bleating about the “ blue wave!” that’s going to give them control of Congress, and after the beating they took, it’s good politics to do that. However, what they will NOT say out loud is The Democrat candidate won ONLY because he denounced the ideology of the entire party. Must suck to be them.

    • mothy2017 says:

      Hoping lamb would like more than a brief stint and he represents the people that elected him and not the DNC. He won’t even live in the newly drawn district. Also hope the RNC gets the wake up call. They ran a terrible campaign. Ads were awful.

  41. DeniseVB says:

    It’s a good day to leave the TCM on for background noise since the school walkouts are getting wall-to-wall coverage. I thought it was to commemorate the school victims for 17 minutes, but one Maryland high school is walking to the White House? This is crazy Dem politics covered by a gleeful liberal media. Kids will always be happy to get out of school for whatever reason.

    • elliesmom says:

      The kids here have a snow day. Maybe Mother Nature was sending them a message.

      • elliesmom says:

        When I was a high school student myself, the kids wanted to stage a protest to end the dress code. Knowing getting rid of the dress code wasn’t going to happen in 1968, I went to the oldest teacher, who was the most revered or hated depending on what kind of student you were, and asked for an audience with her. I explained to her the real issue was how hot it was for the boys to wear jackets or sweaters and ties in the warmer months, and the new mini-skirt fashions were making it hard for girls to meet the modesty standards unless they could sew. A relaxation of the tie standard and pants for the girls would make us better able to concentrate on our studies. She petitioned the school committee to change the rules, and they agreed unanimously. Rather than being celebrated as a good negotiator, I was skewered for spoiling the protest, although the kids got everything they wanted. Most of the kids just wanted to cause some trouble then, and today isn’t any different.

    • Constance says:

      As I left for work at 10:30- there were a batch of adolescent punks lurking with back packs, no coats of course, at the end of my street. They seemed to be smoking. Then there were huddled groups of kids hanging around on the streets as I drove down 23Ave. I don’t sense any political energy they just want to hang and act self righteous.

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  43. helenk3 says:

    damn all these years they told me this was wrong, now they say it is ok and good for you

  44. lyn says:

    The shoes persisted.

  45. DeniseVB says:

    My bad, I laughed.

  46. helenk3 says:

    Random thought
    Parkland is part of backtrack’s legacy. His part in making schools punishing policies part of the funding has let many kids who need counseling and help not get it.
    If I were the mother of a minority child I would be furious. How dare he make it so that my kid does not have to face the consequences and take the responsibility for their actions. What a lousy lesson to teach a kid. What kind of an adult will they be due to this?
    just my opinion

  47. Dora says:

    Maybe they can place some orders from Chicago.

    • SHV says:

      In Sweden, the glass is advertised as grenade proof
      “…:order for glass which is advertised as being able to withstand the pressure from an explosion of the equivalent of 100 kilogrammes of explosive TNT”
      “Grenade attacks have also been a major concern for Swedish authorities in the last several years as hand grenades have become cheaper and more common. According to a former member of an organised crime group, a single hand grenade can cost as little as 1,000 Swedish Krona (£91/$123).”

  48. taw46 says:

    FBI again.

  49. Dora says:

  50. Dora says:

    Meet Mike Pompeo.


    Mike Pompeo: ‘Jesus Christ our savior is truly the only solution for our world’

    It turns out, the man tapped to replace Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has some strong opinions about Christianity, as Michael Stone wrote in Patheos a couple years ago:

    Pompeo goes so far as to endorse the notion of a “Holy War” between Christians and Muslims.

    • 49erDweet says:

      Sometimes one needs to address an issue in a context an opponent understands. If you value religion over freedom, then to be defeated by religion might carry more weight?

  51. swanspirit says:
    We should be doing this!!!! We need good farmers. Bring them here, get them started on some land!

    White South African farmers “deserve special attention” from Australia due to the “horrific circumstances” of land seizures and violence, Peter Dutton has said.

    The home affairs minister told the Daily Telegraph on Wednesday his department was examining a range of methods to fast-track their path to Australia on humanitarian or other visa programs.

    South Africa’s new president, Cyril Ramaphosa, is pursuing legal changes to allow appropriation of farm lands without compensation for redistribution to black South Africans.

    The policy has led to reports, including in the Australian media, that white farmers are being murdered at a rate of more than one per week.

    “If you look at the footage and read the stories, you hear the accounts, it’s a horrific circumstance they face,” Dutton said.

    The home affairs minister noted Australia has refugee, humanitarian and other visa programs which have the “potential to help some of these people”. He said he had asked his department to look at the options “because from what I have seen they do do need help from a civilised country like ours”.

    “The people we’re talking about want to work hard, they want to contribute to a country like Australia,” Dutton said.

    “We want people who want to come here, abide by our laws, integrate into our society, work hard, not lead a life on welfare. And I think these people deserve special attention and we’re certainly applying that special attention now.”

    Dutton suggested options included the in-country persecution visa category, and to bring them to Australia on humanitarian visas via referrals from others in Australia.

    He said the home affairs department was looking at ways to help “some of these horrific cases” and suggested an announcement could be made shortly.

    Asked if this could be achieved with the South African government’s cooperation, Dutton replied Australia “can work with governments all around the world”.

  52. DeniseVB says:


  53. helenk3 says:

    this guy is a friggin idiot

    • Cisco says:

      Seems like a good place to put this.
      “About 30% of patients at Stroger Hospital, on Chicago’s near West Side, are admitted to the trauma ward with wounds from firearms, compared with a national average of 4.2% for level 1 trauma centers—hospitals certified to have the resources to handle multiple victims with penetrating and other serious wounds—according to the National Trauma Data Bank.

      “The experience here can’t be replicated elsewhere, unless you have a major land invasion,” said Dr. Faran Bokhari, who chairs the trauma & burn surgery unit at the hospital.
      Full article here.
      Chicago, Chicago, that toddling town🎼

  54. helenk3 says:

    whether we like it or not, he does ask some disturbing questions

  55. Dora says:

    Not exactly the news I want to hear.


    Another Nor’easter Could Strike On First Day Of Spring

    It pains us to even type this, but yet another nor’easter could make its way toward Long Island next week and strike on the first day of spring.

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  57. DeniseVB says:

    LOL !

  58. Anthony says:

    Mark Dice is ON it lmao

  59. Dora says:

  60. Dora says:

    I hope she does.


    Trump’s First Female Chief Will Splinter CIA into a Thousand Pieces and Scatter it Into the Wind

    With Rex Tillerson now out at as the Secretary of State for the Trump Administration – Central Intelligence Agency Chief Mike Pompeo is heading over to replace him – but President Trump’s first ever female CIA choice of Gina Haspel – is surely a fourth dimensional chess play that will bring the corruption and infiltration of Marxism within the intelligence agency to its knees.

  61. Dora says:

    Hillary wasn’t the only one to visit India.

    • Cisco says:

      Jacqueline dressed in clothes befitting a First Lady.
      Hillary dressed like she was going to a yard sale, not like a former first lady.
      Lower case on purpose.

  62. Dora says:

    I am so sad to hear this.


    Donald Trump Jr and wife Vanessa expected to file for divorce after 13 years of marriage and five children, say friends

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  64. votermom says:

    ooh guess what

    kty’s 23&me says she is 8% ashkenazi jewish
    pretty sure that’s on my side via Germany

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