Now this is funny

Bob Belvedere asks the seemingly harmless question, Do you have Low T?

This is a problem that afflicts many men over the age of fifty.

Signs and symptoms of Low Testosterone may include:

  • Fatigue or decreased energy
  • Reduced sex drive (libido)
  • Sexual dysfunction (weak erections, fewer erections)
  • Depressed mood
  • Increased body fat
  • Reduced muscle mass and strength
  • Decreased bone strength
  • Loss of body hair (less frequent shaving)
  • Hot flashes, sweats

But the two most important questions to ask yourself are…

1) Do you feel like half-a-man?

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2) Are you a pampered, jug-eared, Nancy Boy,
with delusions of grandeur?

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If You Answer ‘Yes’ To Either Question,
Then You Are Either Suffering From Low-T
or You’re A Dirty Little Commie Rat Bastard.

 

Of Porn and Politics, it is all about who gets screwed

Smitty of The Other McCain writes about the merging of politics and porn.

I can tell you that I would find the notion of being in pornography rather hellish. But then, I’m a romantic, in addition to a social conservative. And treating sexuality like, say, dry cleaning, as I expect these ‘professionals’ do, fails to inspire.

I would agree, with this. No matter what your job is you eventually become desensitized to it. If this were not true them medical examiners could never last could they? Nor could many other folks. And yes sex should be fun, think chicken suits and fly swatters, it should be special, and it should certainly be private.

No, these garden variety whores are likely to venture into politics, I reckon. Progress means destroying first the notion of private property, then privacy itself. If vibrant life in the womb doesn’t have rights, why do people retain any upon exit from the womb? Is it really ‘fair’ that people get to decide what they eat, and with whom they swap fluids? Think of the vast capacity for employment when pornographers regulate sexuality and reproduction. Ginsburg will be so happy.

The larger point Smitty makes, the point that is so vital to grasp, is that once we allow one segment of the population, in this case the unborn, to have their natural rights to be restricted, or denied, then every person’s rights are in peril