Daily Archives: January 8, 2018

Men Can Get Pregnant and Have Babies Now (No Really I Am Serious)!


The old, boring, lame straight way versus the new, cool, groovy gay way. Be cool! Be groovy! Turn gay or bi or pan or sapio or whatever! Turn into the opposite sex or both sexes or neither sex or whatever! Who cares! Do whatever you want! We don’t care as long as you are having fun!

The old way versus the new way. The old way was lame and boring. They had these fake things called men and women and boys and girls and pretended that everyone got born that way! Stupid! Everyone knows a boy can turn into a girl or vice versa. A man can turn into a woman or vice versa. We can decide to be anything we want! Soon we will even decide whether we are humans or nonhuman animals! Isn’t that cool! I want to be a snake! Hell I’ve been one most of my life anyway, so why not?

In the photo above, that transman is actually pregnant. Transmen are men! They’re not woman pretending to be men or anything like that! They’re real men, as real as the dick in my pants, boys and girls! That person next to the transman is it’s husband I guess. I don’t know if that’s a man or a woman or another transman or what. Probably another transman! Now the kid can have two Daddies! One Daddy is no fun. Two are better! Better yet if both Daddies used to be Mommies. That’s even more fun, kids! Don’t all you kids with you had two Daddies who used to be Mommies too? Some kids have all the fun!

If transmen are really men and that transmen is really pregnant (and he is for sure pregnant, trust me), that means we men can get preggers now! Yeah! Morning sickness, weight gain, days of painful labor, the whole nine yards. Maybe even C-sections! Wouldn’t it be cool if guys could get one of those cool x-mark scars in their guts? What I’d love more than anything else though is stretch marks. It’s so sad that we men can’t get stretch marks and C-sections.

Men want babies! We want babies now! Give us babies, dammit!

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Teach Your Children Well


It is important for even very young children to be exposed to a wide range of sexual diversity. This young child is learning about the fascinating, normal, healthy, non-perverted lives of gay men. It is good to expose children to this as early as possible so they can decide to be gay like this gay Dogman, or bisexual, or pansexual, or God forbid, straight. Well, we hope they don’t choose the last one because that’s no fun! After they choose a sexual orientation (hopefully a really cool, non-straight one!), the child can decide to whether it is a boy, a girl, both, or neither! Maybe the child will decide to be a dog like this normal, healthy, sane, well-adjusted gay man in the photo! It’s a new world! You can be anything you want! Maybe you could decide to be an attack helicopter! Wouldn’t that be cool, kids?


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Support Fat Acceptance Now!


Fat rights now! Fat rights are human rights! Fat is beautiful!



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Welcome to Sweden


Welcome to “Sweden.” 

Diversity is our strength.

Something tells me that this radical experiment is not going to end well. Actually, it’s not even starting well, forget the end. Let’s deal with the beginning for starters.


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Welcome to Paris, Crown Jewel of the West


Well, not anymore I guess. Jesus Christ, what a mess. Spengler Reloaded, nearly a century too late.


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Sticky: Christmas Fund Drive for Beyond Highbrow

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Sorry I have not been writing recently, but I had a setback and I have been very down over it. I sincerely hope you all had a great Christmas because I sure did not, sorry to say.

You see, right before Christmas, my car broke down again. Yes, I know. We bought that car for $800 and put a used transmission with 70,000 miles on it because it needed a new transmission. Ended up sinking a total of $4,000 into the thing  just to get it running and actually a total of $9,000 all told since I bought it. So I paid $9,000 to purchase the car and drive it for a year is what it boils down to. Well the transmission was probably bad from the very start based on some noises and it only lasted 10,000 miles before it blew right before Christmas. I have $1,000 to fix it but I may well need more than that. With the $1,000, I could buy and install another used one, but I already did that, and I would not do it again if I could avoid it.

Last Christmas, I did a fund drive, and I got $450. I’m hoping I can get around that this time.

I haven’t been writing because I have been so down, and the past couple of days, the stuff I wanted to write was pretty negative and did not seem to be in the Christmas spirit, so I decided to spare you. But all of this time, I have been working, mostly on my piece on the Chinese languages, which is now up to 142 pages. I’ve added another 57 pages just recently.

The writing is very slow-going because for each new page you add, it seems like you subtract one because I am constantly going through it and rewriting it and cutting stuff out. Furthermore, it’s hard to add much data to it because I really know very little about the subject off the top of my head, and just about everything I write in there is a result of research done concurrently with the writing. It’s more or less of a continuous rewrite.

One of the world’s top Sinologists is encouraging me on this project and he has also been helping me on it a bit. He’s sort of the impetus that keeps me going. Sorry but I can’t give you his name as I don’t want all my haters to associate him with me.

Even when I am dead down and out, I usually still do some sort of productive work. Even when I am dead depressed, I still feel like I need to do something productive. If I am not being productive in some way, I feel like a real piece of crap. Must be that work ethic I got brought up with. In the past few days, I have been writing most of my waking hours. Also most of the current news out there seems so horribly depressing that  rather than write about it or even read about it, I can go off and write about Chinese languages, and it doesn’t depress me one bit.

By donating to the site, you not only keep the blog going but you are also contributing to by far the finest sleuthing forum for the Delphi Murders anywhere on the web. There are ~10,000 comments on the forum now and a vast trove of photographs about the crime.

Yes! Send Bob a Christmas present to cheer him up and support the great work of his sleuths on the Delphi Murders case..



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