Man claims he don't take no orders from no women


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#2

Welcome to June 2012


#3

A compelling demonstration of the value of a man’s morally upright and reason-anchored headship as a mode of benevolent protection for the irrational weaker sex. Clearly. We’d probably all be lost in a haze of our muddled emotions without everyday heroes like that.


#4

I don’t take no orders from no women…
…so, he takes orders from women?

I don’t take no orders == I do take orders.
From no women == he takes orders, but it doesn’t exclude women.

I think this is a fairly progressive attitude :imp:


#5

I know it was 2012. But I still really hope he ended up in front of a judge who is a woman, who then proceeds to order him to do lots of things.

I wonder how much his misogyny is worth to him. Compared with all the fun things our legal system can do to people.


#6

Tonight, a Very Special episode of Judge Judy…


#7

It’s dickweeds like this guy who kind of make me wish tar and feathering and running people out of town on a rail were still doable.


#8

Ok, that guy’s a turd, but if someone dumped a bunch of wood on the street like that near someone’s house in Alaska, it would be like ‘Free firewood!’ It’s funny how geographic context matters.


#9

No shit! I mean, this guy’s a complete tool, but that looks to be a few years worth of free firewood. Haul Toolio away, but leave the timber for me please :fire:


#10

If a woman placed an order to have some lumber moved, would he take that order?


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#12

“It’s not clear whether he will be fined or arrested.” Or given his own reality show.


#13

At this rate he could go for the Presidency.


#14

A quadruple inverse negative! That old boy sure talks fancy!


#15

Does he take fast food orders from them?

Apparently he is from Mars. We really need more mental health services on Mars.


#16

I honestly had to think about how to parse it. And I still may have gotten it wrong :slight_smile:


#17

Maybe he’s a Ghostbusters fan and was trying to come up with his own catchphrase to pay homage to “I ain’t afraid of no ghost.”


#18

To bolster your theory, I posit that there is something strange, in his neighborhood. Something weird, and it don’t look good.


#19

Too soon! :stuck_out_tongue:


#20

I stopped at Detroit.