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“600,000 killed in …”

“600,000 killed in 4-inch advance on western front.” from The Onion’s Our Dumb Century (1915)

The Montreal Massacre (and Donna Decker’s Dancing in Red Shoes Can Kill You)

People who are/were shocked by the Montreal Massacre don’t know women’s history.  Men have been killing us for centuries.  Simply because we’re women.  They kill each other too, but in that case, it’s mostly because of their target’s sexual orientation, tribal affiliation, or skin color.  They kill us because of our sex. Is it more …

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If men aren’t doing it, it’s probably not ’empowering’ or powerful.

Read that somewhere. Great observation.

“Factory workers guaranteed …”

“Factory workers guaranteed eight-hour work day while teething.” from The Onion’s Our Dumb Century (1907)

great line from David Brin’s Earth

“Honestly … I just couldn’t be interested in a man so egotistical he insists, in a world of ten billion people, that his genes are desperately needed.” (p120) (and so much else … a novel worth reading, for sure.)

Porn for Women

Check out her list of insightful observations:

Jesus loves you … but

“Jesus loves you … but he’s the only one, you sanctimonious shit.”   from Mountain Man Dance Moves: The McSweeney’s Book of Lists

“If you can’t trust me with a choice …”

“If you can’t trust me with a choice, how can you trust me with a child?” brilliant bumper sticker from The Onion


And sorry, can’t remember its source (and forgot to note it).

Another Tim Dorsey novel …

Coconut Cowboy – as always, several good bits … about a meeting of an anarchist group (p205-6): “What would the official minutes look like? … ‘Meeting not called to order …’ ‘Minutes from previous meeting shredded …’ ‘Agenda rejected’ …’ ‘All officers impeached’ ‘Group disbanded’ …” about obsessive compulsive disorder (p206): “I prefer the term …

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