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The Craziness of English Plurals

We’ll begin with a box, and the plural is boxes; but the plural of ox became oxen not oxes. One fowl is a goose, but two are called geese, yet the plural of moose should never be meese. You may find a lone mouse or a nest full of mice; yet the plural of house is houses, not hice. If the plural of man is always called men, why shouldn’t the plural of pan be called pen? If I spoke of my foot and show you my feet, and I give you a boot, would a pair be called beet? If one is a tooth and a whole set are teeth, why shouldn’t the plural of booth be called beeth?

Then one may be that, and three would be those, yet hat in the plural would never be hose, and the plural of cat is cats, not cose. We speak of a brother and also of brethren, but though we say mother, we never say methren. Then the masculine pronouns are he, his and him, but imagine the feminine, she, shis and shim.’

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Mark Twain on English Spelling Reform

Funny, never read this tidbit.

A Plan for the Improvement of English Spelling

by Mark Twain

For example, in Year 1 that useless letter “c” would be dropped to be replased either by “k” or “s,” and likewise “x” would no longer be part of the alphabet. The only kase in which “c” would be retained would be the “ch” formation, which will be dealt with later. Year 2 might reform “w” spelling, so that “which” and “one” would take the same konsonant, wile Year 3 might well abolish “y” replasing it with “i” and Iear 4 might fiks the “g/j” anomali wonse and for all.

Jenerally, then, the improvement would kontinue iear bai iear with Iear 5 doing awai with useless double konsonants, and Iears 6-12 or so modifaiing vowlz and the rimeining voist and unvoist konsonants. Bai Iear 15 or sou, it wud fainali bi posibl tu meik ius ov thi ridandant letez “c,” “y” and “x”–bai now jast a memori in the maindz ov ould doderez–tu riplais “ch,” “sh,” and “th” rispektivli.

Fainali, xen, aafte sam 20 iers ov orxogrefkl riform, wi wud hev a lojikl, kohirnt speling in ius xrewawt xe Ingliy-spiking werld.

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Gaydar

Lisa FOS writes:

You are discounting ‘false negatives’ ad ‘false positives’.

The first is where you don’t pick they are GLBTI at all. You have no way of knowing how many there are.

The second is where you pick them as GLBTI but they are not. Again you have no idea how many there are.

Here is a very simple right off the top of my head probability calculation (1st order approximation). Say 95% of males are straight. Your false positive rate is 10%, that is 10% of the time you pick a male as gay and they are not. That means you incorrectly pick 10% of straight males as gay, that is 9.5% of all males.. Which is nearly double the actual number of real gay males.

Combine that with a reasonable false negative error rate and you might as well toss a coin.

Many, many GLBTI are very adept at disguise and ‘fitting in’. They may drop their guard when they are in ‘safe areas’, but the rest of the time?

I could take you to just one GLBTI pub in Melbourne. Look at all the people there, then meet them in their ‘normal’ life. The vast majority look totally ordinary and act ‘normal’. You’d be lucky to pick 10% and that is only because they have all or mostly ‘come out’. You’d pick virtually zero ‘part time’ transgendered people.

Gay males come in all shapes and sizes and ages. Some dress well, others as daggy as straight males (particularly in normal life).

So called ‘tells’, such as appearing uninterested in females are very unreliable. Some males are shy around women, some don’t want to be rude, some are in committed relationships Some, though they are sexually straight simply don’t like women, they don’t like to talk to them or spend time with them, in their mind females only exist for sex.

I haven’t been wrong yet since I got good at this around age 24. I have never yet picked out a man who was straight as gay. I have never yet picked out a gay man as straight.

I can’t necessarily figure them out right away, but I can tell after 3 weeks-2 months of close contact, say at work.

The only time I have been wrong is pegging guys as gay who also had a gf, but this guy was very gay, quite effeminate, and was very into me.

My mother said,

“Look, if you have a room full of men and a beautiful woman walks in, every single male in there from nine to ninety is going to look at her and they will look at her in a certain way. The gay man won’t even look.”

I believe she is correct. If you want to know the truth about anything, just ask an old lady.

There is a real problem with effeminate heterosexual men.
There are millions of these men in the US alone. But I only give effeminate men a ? Question Mark until I can figure them out better. I have met many effeminate heterosexual men in my life. They all got the ? Question Mark right off the bat, but after a while, I was able to figure out that they were not even 1% gay. One married one of my female relatives. He had this mode he would go into where he was faggoty as all get out. I have no idea why he did that. Maybe he was relaxing.

But after a while, I can usually sort it all out, and I label him as effeminate straight guy.

Mostly straight occasional bisexual men (incredibly common especially in men in their 20’s) are very hard to figure out as they only do gay things once in a while. It is really impossible to get them until the time they openly hit on or proposition you, which I guarantee they will do at some point if you know them long enough, though sometimes it might take 2-3 years until they proposition you.

I have worked in workplaces with closeted gay men. At any rate, they were not openly out. None of them were fooling anyone, certainly not me. One had a beautiful gf, but I think he was completely gay, as other than her, he had no interest in women.

The problem with closeted gay men is they are not celibate. Their sex drive is quite active, and many are actively having sex with guys. So they often give off a very strong sexual vibe when they are around you to say the least.

There was one guy at one workplace who was hiding pretty well, but he got phone calls at work all the time. 100% of the time, it was a man calling him up. No woman ever called him. We pegged him as gay.

Another one was my boss at a school paper. He was very good-looking, and he was hiding very well. I got to be pretty good friends with him, and he left me alone the whole time I worked there. However, a lot of us were wondering if he was a closeted gay.

One time at work, I think the drawer on his desk popped open and he leaped backwards in his chair and screamed EEEEEK like a woman seeing a mouse. He yelled like a girl! Basically that was his inner gay breaking through, and after that, we thought he was gay. A while later, I was graduating from college, and I was walking away from the ceremony with my parents, and he was following us in the background, looking at me with the expression of a starving timber wolf on his face. He would not quit following us, and it was scaring the crap out of me. I was almost having a panic attack until we got to the car. Also after that, I knew he was gay for sure.

One group that is very hard to figure are young gay males who have not even come out to themselves yet . I have known two of them. These guys are usually around ages 16-21. One thing you will notice is that they have no interest in females at all. They never talk about females ever. But you can also make friends with them pretty well, and even hang around with them and it will all be ok because generally they don’t give off gay vibes of attraction or seduction towards you. So they are not sending out sexual energy towards either males or females.

Apparently these guys are not sending out any sexual energy towards anyone. The older guy at one point came out, and I met him where he was living in an apartment with an older man. He looked happy for once, but now he was giving off strong gay vibes towards me, apparently because he was out.

One thing about gays who have not even come out to themselves yet is that they might seem unhappy. The older guy always looked worried and frequently stared out into space. They were threatening to fire him at work for scaring off customers. He was also drinking quite a bit and using drugs, mostly pot, but he especially like cocaine. I did quite a few lines with the guy myself.

Another group that is hard to figure out are people who may well be asexual. My mother worked at a community college and one of the teachers was like that. He taught math. Everyone in the office was certain he was gay, but I was not so sure. He was extremely awkward, geeky, dory, and very nervous, anxious, and shy. He never looked you in the eye. He was in his 50’s and still lived with his mother. He never looked at women, but on the other hand, he never looked at men either. He was somewhat effeminate, but my mother said he was not so much faggy as just plain weird. I suggested that he might be an asexual with no sexual interest in males or females.

One time my mother had some extra concert tickets so we went to a fancy concert (tickets were $50/each). This guy was on stage there as part of the classical music orchestra. Of course it is well known that many male classical musicians are homosexual. At intermission, I suggested that we go up and talk to him to see if he was gay or not. We went up to the stage and called him over and had a very friendly conversation with him. He was really nice but also a rather nervous. Over ten minutes he did not give off the slightest gay sexual energy in my direction. We went back to our seats and I told my Mom, “Forget it. He’s not gay.”

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Thoughts on the Gender Destroyers

Sam writes:

My God what’s the world coming to? What’s a GLBTI? What’s a “I”. You know the world is coming to an end when you can’t even tell what the sex of someone is.

It is basically lunacy if you cannot figure out what someone’s biological gender is. Males and females look different for good reason. In society, humans need to determine who is male and who is female rapidly otherwise the world becomes an unspeakably confusing place. This goes back to caveman days, when obviously it was of prime importance to figure out who the cavemen where and who the cavewomen were. There is no place for confusion in gender.

I means Intersex.

I think this category is preposterous idiocy personally. Some people are born with ambiguous genitalia, and they do not want surgery so they keep their weird genitals and claim they are neither males nor females, which is bullshit. They used to give these people surgery and try to force them into roles as male or female, but that had a lot of problems. Nevertheless, past puberty, the biological gender should be quite clear.

Nowadays many intersex types are refusing surgery at any time in life and instead want to keep their freaky genitals for unknown and bizarre reasons. They also want to insist that they are neither males nor females, which of course is complete bullshit.

You are either:

1. male
2. female
3. Freak

If you are a transsexual type, I am not saying you are a Freak, I am saying move from 1 to 2 or from 2 to 1, one or the other.

If you wish to somehow try to be neither 1 nor 2, I am going to call you a Freak. Sorry but you deserve it. Shemales are Freaks. Intersex people who can’t make up their damn minds are Freaks.

If you are male and want to turn into a female, ok whatever, that is pretty weird, but go for it. Anyway, choose one or the other. You’re a guy and want to turn into a chick, turn into one. You’re a chick and want to turn into a guy, turn into one. But there’s two genders and only two genders. That is all there have ever been, and that is all there will ever be.

There are three pronouns:

1. he
2. she
3. it

If you cannot make up your mind, we will call you “it”. Shemales are it’s. Genderqueer lunatics are it’s.

M-F transsexuals are males before they transition and females afterwards.

F-M transsexuals are females before they transition and males afterwards.

The hard truth that no one ever discusses because it is “homophobic” is that all of this gender-bending stuff, some of which is quite odd, is being driven by the homosexuals of the Cultural Left freakshow.

It is little-known, but it has long been a goal of political homosexuality to abolish our entire notion of gender. It makes sense as many gay men act like women and many lesbians act like men, so of course they want to declare war on binary values.

This project has been ongoing with the taking over by political homosexuality of transsexualism, which does not necessarily have a relationship to homosexuality. The only reason that political homosexuality adopted transsexualism is because it fits into their War on Gender Project.

Quite a few transsexuals are normal heterosexual males who somehow feel they are women. Perhaps there are also ordinary heterosexual females who nevertheless feel that they are males. In these cases, the relationship to homosexuality is zero.

The transsexual argument is that transsexualism has no relationship whatsoever to homosexuality. However, this does not seem to be the case. A very large number of F-M transsexuals are simply extreme lesbians who are so deep into lesbian identity that they think they are men. The problem is after these lesbians turn into guys, the lesbian community wants nothing to do with them anymore. Similarly, a very high proportion (but surely not all) of M-F transsexuals are simply extreme male homosexuals who have gone so far in homosexuality that they think they are women.

I think that it is important that we resist the Cultural Left political homosexuality ‘s War on Gender Project of to destroy our binary definition of gender and shred it into pieces.

Enough is enough.

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