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TGIF – February 23, 2018

February 23, 2018

Promoting the language of emasculation.

Another “prestigious university” (read that as, ‘it costs an arm and leg to go there) has fired another shot in the war to control men via language.

Purdue University, joining Princeton and a number of other institutions of “high”-er learning in demanding that its students and faculty avoid “…”the generic use of MAN and other words with masculine markers.” reports Campus Reform.org.

Wonder how that works on restrooms?  Maybe they differentiate by changing “men” and “women”  to “sit” and “stand.”

Maybe next these learned institutions can just ban the men completely and create the Confederation of the Amazonian schools of learning.

Beware kids with working brains…

At least if you are CNN.  Several people have commented that some of the students protesting at Tallahassee seemed to be parroting lines we often hear from paid activist organizations.  One was even accused of being a plant for an anti-gun group, although he was interviewed on the Stoneman-Douglas campus within a few minutes of the Parkland shooting.

We don’t know about that, but at least one young man says CNN attempted to have him ask a scripted question during a town hall and he refused to go along with it. CNN immediately denied the accusation and followed up by alleging that the student’s father pulled him from the town hall.  Not sure what they’ve had to say about the father of another student who alleges the same thing happened to him.

Who would you trust, the ethics of CNN, or Colton Haab?

Inasmuch as ye have done unto the least of these…

Two Lehi (Utah)  city workers  came across a cow stuck in thick mud in an irrigation ditch, and without hesitation they worked for some time to get her out of the freezing mud, according to Fox13 in Salt Lake City,  Utah.

It wasn’t their cow, and neither man professed to be a cowboy, but hey, sometimes you do things just because it’s the right thing to do.

 

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