Thursday, July 27, 2017

Thursday Reads

We are now going through the looking glass.

Women over 50 aren't worth a shit sexually according to some idiot Lisbon judges.

You can't make this shit up.

Note how this website defines a female:

Female: The traditional definition of female was "an individual of the sex that bears young" or "that produces ova or eggs". However, things are not so simple today. Female can be defined by physical appearance, by chromosome constitution (see Female chromosome complement), or by gender identification. Female chromosome complement: The large majority of females have a 46, XX chromosome complement (46 chromosomes including two X chromosomes). A minority of females have other chromosome constitutions such as 45,X (45 chromosomes including only one X chromosome) and 47,XXX (47 chromosomes including three X chromosomes).


Contrast this with how the same website defines a male:

Male: The sex that produces spermatozoa.


Twisting of historical fact is par for the course for the trans/queer theory mob.

Obituary: Noted voiceover actress June Foray, only 99, has died. She was best known for her voice characterizations on the Bullwinkle cartoon.

She was also known for being the voice of Talky Tina, the murderous doll, in the famous Twilight Zone episode "Living Doll."

She said as the voice of the doll in one of the most famous lines of the series: "My name is Talky Tina, and I'm going to KILL you."


Foray was born June Lucille Forer in Springfield, Mass., and she was doing vocal work in local radio dramas by the time she was 12. She continued working in radio after her family moved to Los Angeles after she graduated from high school, following her dream of becoming an actress. She even had her own “Lady Make Believe” radio show that showcased her vocal talents, and she appeared regularly on network shows such as “Lux Radio Theater” and “The Jimmy Durante Show.”

She met her future husband, writer and director Hobart Donavan, while working on “Smilin’ Ed’s Buster Brown Show,” then moved on to work with Steve Allen on morning radio show “Smile Time,” in which she’d play “everyone and everything. It was there that I perfected my Spanish accent and where my booming Marjorie Main-type voice got a good workout,” she recalled in her autobiography.

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