We Are Living In A Cartoon

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  1. FootballDad

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    Yes, in the current gynocracy, any suggestion by anyone that someone should actually take care of there body is sexist and body shaming. Further proof that the communist left that controls all social media is led by Old Scratch (not the esteemed poster here on CF).
    19 What? know ye not that your body is the temple of the Holy Ghost which is in you, which ye have of God, and ye are not your own?

    20 For ye are bought with a price: therefore glorify God in your body, and in your spirit, which are God's.

    No, no, no. Become fat ugly pigs and be happy with your misery! That is the message and encouragement.
     
  2. BeyondFedUp

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    Most of the whiners thought it was "insulting" for a husband or male to give a fitness item to his wife. It "insinuates" that she doesn't look good enough for him they say. Maybe she wanted it. She seemed grateful. The snowflakes complaining are likely unmarried (90%) or insecure or both. The feminazis don't like anything to do with a female having any inclination to please her husband or boyfriend, look good for him, and even better her own health in the process. These rats hate anything wholesome, like that commercial. They are truly lost, by choice.
     
  3. Extra Point

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    It's incredible that such an innocuous commercial could cause such a negative reaction. We're living in an insane world.
     
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  5. Truthteller

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    BeyondFedUp, it's a bull$hit and meaningless honor for these black woman (and black women in general worldwide) and anyone with half-a-brain knows this. I bet if you give 1,000 black males "truth serum" and ask them which Miss Iceland (photo below) they'd prefer to have as a mate or wife, I believe between 900 and 945 (or more) would take the absolutely gorgeous blue-eyed blonde Miss Iceland 2018 over the Mulatto Miss Iceland of 2019. Turn the Mulatto girl into a dark-skinned black girl and that number would probably swell to 945 to 995 black males preferring the blond over the Negro female.

    In contrast, give 1,000 white males "truth serum" and ask them which Miss Iceland they'd prefer to have as a mate or wife and I believe between 995 and 999 would take the absolutely gorgeous blue-eyed blonde Miss Iceland 2018 over the Mulatto Miss Iceland of 2019. It's plain as day, white men love and cherish white woman. Black men clearly dont feel the same about their own females.

    The virulently anti-white Jewish media can push the myth of beautiful black women all day and all night, but it means almost nothing when black men that have attained any kind of status mostly desire non-black women. Even outspoken, rabidly anti-white blacks like Jalen Rose, Keyshawn Johnson and Warren Moon have white wives. Moon and Keyshawn left behind their black wives and families for white women. Steve McNair tore apart his black family for a light-skinned Arab woman that murdered him.

    And my guess is, if you take away social pressure to "keep it real" and stay with a black women, the overwhelming majority of all black men (rich and poor) would shun their own women, even favoring a very average looking white, Latin or Asian woman over a beautiful black women. I guess in Kosher Fantasyland, we are supposed to believe that black women are suddenly the symbol of worlwide beauty, when their own men are not impressed (or completely reviled) by the looks of females that resemble their sisters and mothers?


    Caption: In Kosher Fantasyland, these are Equal Beauties? [​IMG]


    P.S: Miss Puerto Rico Madison Anderson, a white woman, was a runner up.
     
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    Clearly, the (((media))) did not get the memo of over 70% of black children are born out of wedlock or are "cared" for by single black mothers, and most likely black grandmothers. Pathetic.
     
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    Notice how non-African her features are? Looks like a lot of white admixture. You never see an ultra black straight outta Africa female win these events. Like 0zero the first black* president
     
  8. Truthteller

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    Excellent point Unitas, The-Powers-that-Be love to push these mixed race girls as standards of beauty here in the U.S. Mostly they love pushing Mulatto (Kalergi Girls) as the epitome of American beauty. You can see that in most TV commercials here in Kosher USA. While our friends tend to pair dark-skinned Uncle Tom black males with Blondes in these commercials, I've noticed an uptick in white male/black female pairings, particularly for upscale items like luxury cars and diamond sellers. Most of the "black women" paired with Beta white cucks are Kalergi girls -- very light skinned.

    The love of Kalergi Girls here in the U.S. is verified in the photo below. Apparently the most beautiful women in the U.S. are young mulatto's? Nonetheless, I've noticed the PTB (our Kosher Friends again?) tend to push darker black woman as the epitome of beauty in places like Europe, Australia, New Zealand and elsewhere. This agenda is pretty much pushed 24/7 in every "white country", except Israel, of course.

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    By the way, the Mulatto Teen Miss USA kind looks like the Mulatto, female version of our favorite NBC Sunday Night Football announcer...You, know the tall, fast goy that used to play for the Bengals?

    P.S.: In my opinion, you can go to any college lecture hall in American and find dozens and dozens of prettier white girls than both Miss USA and Miss Teen USA. These pageants have turned into total Clown Shows. I'm surprised any sane person would ever watch them or take seriously?
     
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    We men overwhelmingly prefer white women and that's they way it's always been. Most black men who achieve success in the world end up with white women. It's undeniable.
     
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    The Machines Have Us Trained for Obedience

    by Paul Craig Roberts

    Many decades ago there was an issue of Mad comics that portrayed a future time when everything was done by robots and humans had no function. One day the system failed. As it had been eons since humans had to do anything, no one knew how to fix the system. It was Mad comics version of Armageddon.

    I think that is where the digital revolution is taking us. I remember when appliances and cars responded to humans, and now humans respond to them. When I grew up cars and home appliances did not go “beep-beep” to remind you of the things you were supposed to do, such as turn off the car lights and take the keys out of the ignition, or turn off the oven and shut the fridge.

    Cars, except for British sports cars, didn’t have seat belts. Today a car doesn’t stop beeping until you fasten your seat belts. I hear that soon the cars won’t start until the seat belts are fastened.

    When the electric company’s outsourced crew failed to connect the neutral line to my house and blew out all appliances, sprinkler system, and garage openers, the electric company replaced everything on a prorated depreciated basis that cost me thousands of dollars. The worst part of it is that the new appliances boss me around.

    The old microwave would gently beep three times and stop. The new one beeps in the most insistent way—open the door you dumb human right this second, immediately—and keeps on insisting until I obey. The fridge refuses to let me leave it open for cleaning. The oven insists that I open it immediately, despite my habit of cutting the on time short and leaving whatever it is to cook awhile longer in the hot oven.

    Here is an explanation of how our electric meters spy on us and pass on the information. to interested parties. https://www.paulcraigroberts.org/20...destroyed-privacy-and-made-everyone-insecure/

    Self-driving cars seem to be our future, and robots are taking our jobs away even faster than global corporations offshored them to Asia.

    What exactly is it that humans are going to be good for? Nothing it seems.

    Why will we need a driving license when cars drive themselves? If there is an accident, who is to blame? The company that made the car? The company responsible for the softwear? What is the point of car insurance when drivers have no responsibility?

    Perhaps it is true that aliens are living among us. Their language is “beep-beep” and they are using our machines and cars to train us, like Pavlov’s dogs, to respond to their command.

    I can remember when telephones were a convenience before they became a nuisance. When my land line rings, 95% of the time it is a scam or a telemarketing call, usually robotic. Now, a man will listen to a sexy female voice, for a time, and a woman will listen to a courtly gentleman’s voice, but until sex doll robots catch on, no one wants to listen to a machine’s voice. So why the calls? Why do the telephone companies permit their customers to be scammed and their privacy to be constantly invaded? How do the phone companies benefit from permitting unethical people to destroy the value of phone service?

    The same thing, I am told, happens to cell phone users. Recently I finally had to acquire a smart phone, because two people I need to reach only respond to text messages. They refuse to answer any phone, and email is so invaded by scammers, malware, and marketeers that they do not use email. They do not even set up the message system on their cell phones. If you try to call them, you get instead of an answer the message that the person you are attempting to call has not set up their message box.

    So there you have it. Except for texting, which can’t (yet) be done with a land line, telephones are a nuisance.

    Growing up in Atlanta during the 1940s and into the early 1950s, you could not yourself place a call from your telephone. When you picked up the receiver, an AT&T operator answered and asked: “number please.” You gave her the number, and she rang it and connected you if there was an answer. If you did not know the number, you asked her for information. If you knew the complete name and perhaps the street address, you were provided with the telephone number.

    In those halcycon days even in a city such as Atlanta, Georgia, there were party lines. That meant that you shared a telephone line with a neighbor. If you picked up the receiver to make a call through the operator and heard voices speaking, you knew the line was in use and decency required that you hang up immediately. As the talking parties heard the click when you picked up the line, if they didn’t hear the click when you hung up they asked you to get off their call.

    In that system, there was no anonymity. Anonymity appeared with dial phones, which allowed you to make your own calls. From a public telephone, the call was not traceable to you. This technology was the beginning of our downfall.

    Dial phones, something youths have seen only in antique shops or old movies are still with us in everyday language. We still say “dial the number” when we are punching buttons.

    Today thanks to technological “progress,” it is much easier to invade privacy.

    Technology is destroying us and the planet. The pollution from technology is phenomenal. 5G itself may do us in. The destruction of privacy, identity, and freedom by the digital revolution is far beyond George Orwell’s imagination. Insouciant humans delight in the gadgets that are turning themselves into unfree people who are under control but who themselves control nothing.

    This outcome is easily seen in China where the government uses universal spying to construct for each person a social credit score. It that person is a dissident, has bad habits, etc., that person gets a score too low to qualify for a loan, university admission, employment, etc., and becomes a non-being. Here is Soren Korsgaard’s explanation of our future. https://www.paulcraigroberts.org/20...created-for-humanity-and-it-is-close-at-hand/

    http://www.americanfreedomunion.com/the-machines-have-us-trained-for-obedience/
     
  11. Don Wassall

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    Minding Your Mood

    by Eric Peters

    Memory seats are nice. But how about mood minders? In-car sensors that assess your state of mind via eye movements, facial expressions, gestures – even your rising (or falling) heartbeat – and adjust the car accordingly?

    Some of this is already here.

    A number of new cars come standard with “drowsy driver” monitoring systems. Cameras embedded in the dash watch you as you drive; if the system thinks you’re getting heavy-lidded or distracted, a chime will sound and a warning light (it’s often a coffee cup symbol) comes on.

    Soon, it’ll be much more than just a light and a chime.

    At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, the next Great Leap Forward was on display. In addition to cameras watching you, infra-red sensors will soon register your metabolic rate as an indicator of agitation and if the car decides you’re too angry to drive, it pulls itself over.

    For saaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaafety!

    Be sure to maintain a vapid smile of contentment at all times – like Winston in Orwell’s 1984 – though even that might not be enough if the car can tell how you’re feeling inside, something even Orwell thought impossible back in 1948, when the novel was written.

    This isn’t a dystopian vision. It’s actuality.

    A number of new cars know it’s you – specifically – behind the wheel. Not just Driver A. Facial recognition tech scans and identifies you – and then adjusts the seats and so on accordingly.

    The car keeps track of your preferences – and probably also your opinions. Think twice about what you say because there may be more than just you and your passenger in the car – and in on the conversation.

    Soon, everything that goes on in a new car will be open source.

    And so much more.

    At CES, evolutions of the tech already deployed were on display. In addition to adjusting the seats, in-car AI can also adjust the drive – mellowing out the suspension settings for more comfort if the car senses your fatigue, increasing or decreasing airflow to perk you up – even auto-shading parts of the windshield to reduce glare on you, specifically.

    It can make recommendations about where to eat – when it senses you are hungry – and which route is best (according to its judgement).

    All of this is being presented – spoon fed – to “consumers” (a contemptuous term that ought to have aroused anger when it oleaginously began to replace buyers some 30 or so so years ago) as just another convenience. BMW’s i Interaction EASE, for instance.

    Yes – but for who?

    It is certainly convenient for the corporate-government nexus (which includes the insurance mafia but so much more) to be able to easily watch and hear and take note of everything you’re doing in your car – and to know how you’re feeling about it.

    Don’t get mad, now!

    It is the same sort of convenience parents desire to have with regard to keeping track of their children at all times – and prison guards of their inmates.

    It doesn’t seem to occur to the vapid-smilers reporting on all the latest wonders that a car that can pull itself over because it’s decided you’re too drowsy – or angry – to drive can also pull you over for other reasons.

    For any reason.

    And whenever it likes.

    It can also adjust your driving – regardless of your mood. This is also coming – is already here. Many new cars have speed limit “reminders” that will soon become speed limit enforcers. Right now, it’s only a flashing light in the dash. In the near future, it will be an accelerator pedal that pushes back – or an engine that doesn’t respond to you pushing down on the accelerator.

    Also for ssssssaaaaaaaafety!

    This has already been mandated for cars sold in Europe. It will not be confined to Europe.

    Why do suppose almost all new cars are Internet connected? 4G now – and 5G soon. Not optional. It is all very . . . convenient. You’ll be able to look up the weather . . . and the car will be looking up you.

    All of that valuable data collected, transmitted – and sold.

    They want to know everything, control everything and make a buck off everything they collect about you. They say the data collected is “secure” – and won’t be “shared” – in the manner of your Social Security number that will never be used “for purposes of identification.”

    Look upon that thing in your garage as a kind of self-imposed passive interrogation suite with comfortable seats, a nice stereo and ambient mood lighting.

    It doesn’t beat you with truncheons, 1984 style. That is too obvious, so old school. People give up more when they’re entertained and infantilized. Give them a “free” app – that comes with a trap. Pretty things to look at, soothing lights – and voices that tell them how very safe they’re being kept.

    Cars – which once incarnated autonomy – are becoming the incarnation of its opposite. Which may be why so many people no longer like new cars – especially car guys.

    Movement is lately confused with autonomy but they are not the same things. A Soviet bread line moved. A parade of goose-stepping North Korean soldiers moves. The bus – whenever it arrives – moves, too.

    They all move without regard to your wishes. You get from A to B, certainly. Eventually. But you have no say over the how you get there – and the when is entirely out of your control.

    Might as well be entertained.

    The autonomous cars which existed until recently were different because their movements were autonomous. They were autonomously controlled by the driver – not the car.

    Nothing was monitored. If you couldn’t sleep and decided to go for a midnight drive, no one knew about it – including the car. It simply took you wherever you pointed it, as fast or as slow as you wanted to go.

    The inconvenience one paid for this was having to adjust the seats oneself.

    http://www.americanfreedomunion.com/minding-your-mood/
     
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    I recently rented a Toyota minivan while out in SoCal and it had an annoying speed limit reminder. When traffic opens up on an L.A. area freeway, if you are going the speed limit you will be promptly blown off of the road. It also refused to obey when I would set the cruise control for a speed higher than the limit. It was maddening.
     
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    "Many decades ago there was an issue of Mad comics that portrayed a future time when everything was done by robots and humans had no function. One day the system failed. As it had been eons since humans had to do anything, no one knew how to fix the system. It was Mad comics version of Armageddon."

    I think PC Roberts is confusing Mad comics (I was a fan of it in its Harvey Kurtzman days) with E.M. Forster's 1909 science fiction story, "The Machine Stops", a common error.... :)

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Machine_Stops

    Mad parody of the Johnson Smith Co. comic book ads, from the Mad Harvey Kurzman days:

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    Left off knowing exactly where u go and where u r via GPS (of which I have been a devotee since its early days, namely Garmin Model 2).

    George Orwell didn't write 1984 as an instruction manual.
     

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