Wednesday, March 4, 2015

A Diabolical Female Plot to Take Over the World

When I was a kid I wanted to be James Coburn . As I've written before, there are models, mirrors and mentors. Coburn was a model for me (I strongly advise you to watch his The President's Analyst, a near-perfect film). Then there was Sean Connery.

I would have also liked to have met them and have them to be mentors to me. James Coburn as a mentor - a father figure. Just imagine that.

And what do we have today? I can't think of one in the movies. And TV? The Big Bang Theory? Jesus Christ.

Captain Kink and Spock - where did you guys go?

7 comments:

DeNihilist said...

"I don't compete with them"

Anonymous said...


"I don't compete with them"

Well, that was then, this is now: Women and men are competing with each other today. Women are competing with men for jobs, and seemingly everything else.

Times have changed indeed.

Bob Wallace said...

Women aren't competing for being carpenters (as I was), cab drivers (as I was) miners, loggers, etc. They want easy, indoor make-work jobs.

Anonymous said...


"They want easy, indoor make-work jobs."

Good point. Women aren't competing for many of the really hard, demanding or physical/dangerous jobs, like roadworker, lumberjack, Fisherman, etc., but they are competing and displacing men in the more cushy office jobs.

I think I remember reading somewhere that most female physicians don't practice very long, something like only about 10 years or so, before leaving the profession to start a family or seriously downsizing their work schedules (may have been in the U.K.). This is a waste of medical school, which could have been given to a man who would have been more productive.

Earl Thomas said...

'They want easy, indoor make-work jobs.'

Minus the easy part they can always get married and have children. Plenty of indoor and make-work jobs there.

DeNihilist said...

Actually Bob, women ARE entering into the trades in droves up here in the GWN. There are still a ton of tough jobs that they would not touch even with your dick, but trades? Electrical seems to be the hot choice right now. Maybe got something to do with PULLING wire!

:)

Had a few girls attempt to get into plumbing with me, none of them even showed up for their first day of work.

The best though is MMA. Yup, I wanna spend big bucks to watch to bitches pull hair. YAWN! I still remember when Cassius clay's daughter was going to make womens boxing legit. How'd that go over? PLOP!

AAB said...

Anonymous said...

I think I remember reading somewhere that most female physicians don't practice very long, something like only about 10 years or so,


Angry Harry wrote about that very topic:

Is the Training of Women Doctors A Waste of Money?