Nicholas Cage: Hollywood Chucklehead

Screen Shot 2019-03-26 at 23.26.19

Nicholas cage is getting married. Again.

Nicholas Cage has been divorced three times. The last marriage was to a wimminz named Alice Kim, who surprised him by dumping his ass and chasing some new dick… but not before petitioning the divorce courts for a huge payday.

Nicolas Cage has said he was ”shocked” by the end of his marriage to Alice Kim but admits he has no hard feelings towards his estranged wife.

The 54-year-old actor parted ways from his third spouse, who is the mother of his 13-year-old son Kal-El , in 2016, and the Ghost Rider star says he wasn’t expecting their relationship to end.

0010b7d1-800

Like many manosphere dullards, Cage has a serious case of “yellow fever.” Many’s the day I’ve wandered through the Heartiste and Dalrock comment sections to hear some dolt praise the orient, for producing humanity’s finest specimens of submissive, feminine wives.

Not wishing any of those brothers ill, mind you. I’m glad people enjoy their fetishes. Just pointing out the obvious, which is sufficiently illustrated here. Your Thai or Chinese bride is first a wimminz, and she’s really no different than the white and black chicks that the rest of us run with.

Speaking to The Guardian, Cage said: ”It was a shocker for me – I definitely didn’t see it coming, and those feelings had to go somewhere, so they went into the performance.”

Asked if he and Alice are still in contact, he added: ”Oh yes, I want to. She was quite young when I married her and I don’t really have any ill will towards what happened. That’s all I’ll say.

I can see this simp standing tall in the divorce courts now, groveling and scraping before the judge, promising to give his unfaithful slut of an ex-wife an endless river of money for the rest of his life.

Cage divorced Mizz Kim at the end of 2016. Eighteen months later, guess what he was accused of?

Screen Shot 2019-03-26 at 23.40.20

Vickie Park, Cage’s rebound fling, accused him of beating her ass. True or not, a normal man would have taken this as a wake-up call. Some men just never learn.

Screen Shot 2019-03-26 at 23.38.25

I suppose after three divorces and one restraining order, Cage has finally figured out the recipe for transforming a wimminz into a loving and faithful wife. It’s a shame he doesn’t get on this blog and share his wisdom.

These stories are funny, but you boys should remember that you’re not in Nicholas Cage’s position. He has a long string of million-dollar acting deals, and he’s the nephew of Francis Ford Coppola. He has the money and resources to support multiple lying whores for the rest of his life. Most men don’t have his connections and resources.

ooi86vmjwko21

Author: Boxer

Sinister All-Male Dancer. Secret King of all Gamma Males. Member of Frankfurt School. Your Fave Contrarian!

37 thoughts on “Nicholas Cage: Hollywood Chucklehead”

  1. You could tell by the Tinder-skank’s body language as well as her husband’s who wears the pants in that sham.

    Doesn’t matter if you are a Hollyweird star or a marine…all the incentives and temptations to blow up a marriage are squarely in the wimminz court.

  2. I guess Cage wasn’t keeping up “frame” 100% everyday, everytime……because we “all” know that if a man doesn’t have solid “Frame” 24 hrs a day….his wife will rebel, divorce, make him into a cuck or chump………..

    sounds exhausting

    ROllo, Entrepaneurs in Cars, Roosh and their ilk spend all day “holding frame” and then accuse others of putting women on a pedestal………..look in the mirror. Have a woman on the arm or getting thme naked is their only goal in life…….and they call men like me “chumps”

    They can have it

  3. Asian women are certainly not angels, but the average asian woman is better than the average ‘murican wimminz. It’s because of their cultural upbringing. Asian girls raised in the west are even worse than white chix.

  4. “I thought Cage was broke and that’s why he’s taking any job offered…”

    It’s a matter of passing infinity. When you have so many gold diggers (including IRS) permanently embedded in your life, adding another one actually makes the others less effective due to increased competition. The family courts aren’t set up to handle wives suing wives.

    Wife 5: “It’s MY money, bitch! Hands off my money!”

    Wife 3: “Shut up, you cow or my lawyer will file another restraining order!”

    Judge: “Ladies, please! Here’s a phone book, just give me a man to blame!”

    Nick: *sneaks out the side door*

  5. Men are told to keep frame…women are told to undermine the frame. That’s why we have what we have.

  6. This is part of the reason why a lot of the manosphere, like Dalrock, Rollo, and Roosh, think that you can manage women and make good wives or lays out of them are in the end just blue-pill beta simps. I pointed it out six years ago with a couple of similar examples of men that had connections. If men that have this kind of money and all the connections that come with that, including the ability to check women they deal with out thoroughly, still wind up in this buzzsaw, what chance do mere mortal men like us have?

    Gentlemen, there is no “picking the right woman”. There is no “keeping up frame”. There is no male headship in marriage. There is no patriarchy. You think any of this, you’re blue-pill. Period. Society, the system, and everything else is set up for this exact result. If Nic Cage, Rupert Murdoch, or anyone else of their stature and means couldn’t escape it, don’t be deluded into thinking you can.

  7. What I don’t understand….if women are this corrupt, and this terrible, and this rotten, and this evil, and gold diggers……

    Why do you need to “hold frame” or have a “rock solid frame” (to me, this “frame thing” is Game repackaged) when she is going to rebel anyway???? Or if she does “ruin your life” how come the blame is never thrown on the men of “Bro, you didn’t hold frame to prevent this”

    Out comes “she’s a skank, a gold digger, she wasn’t happy, she just found a new guy”

    Being married must be exhausting, because if you let your frame down for ONE SECOND your woman will rebel, and destroy you. It’s “sh*t test” amplified a billion percent.

    I don’t buy it. Plenty of marriages are doing okay….and I am sure Mrs. Dalrock, Mrs. Deep Strenght, and Mrs. Scott The Serbian are not ready to “rebel” the moment these above men have a split second of not monitoring their “Frame” at all times. This is all bunk. A good marriage takes trust, takes compromise, takes work, takes love, and dare I say it….the couple actually has to “like” each other.

    Revolutionary indeed. What a concept

  8. “This is all bunk. A good marriage takes trust, takes compromise, takes work, takes love, and dare I say it….the couple actually has to “like” each other.”

    Here! Here!

  9. How do I know Derek????? My parents had a great marriage. Yes, they argued. They never used foul language with each other. They never “kept score” on who “won” what argument or disagreement. They actually liked each others company. They had no friends aside from themselves. They had each others back and stood by each other in good times and bad.

    How I so wanted this for myself! I saw firsthand what a good marriage was! There was no “sh*t testing” by my mother. My dad never EVER had to lord it over my mother that he was the “headship” or “leader” of the house. Strange too that that they only knew each other for five months and decided to get married.

    I miss them both now more than ever, and still now….even as I am at the cusp of 50……I have to read, listen to and hear people actually talk about “vetting” and “sh*t tests” and “Frame” and “when she does this, you do this / it means this or that”

    My parents were not geniuses. Nor were they exceptional at anything and everything. They were not even Christian, and had a better marriage than “professing” and “church going” Christians.

    If marriage honestly takes this much work, effort, stress, mental time, emotional time of a man to “hold frame” in his marriage…….you all can have it, and I actually pity most of you for not having what I had growing up

  10. A good marriage takes trust, takes compromise, takes work, takes love, and dare I say it….the couple actually has to “like” each other.

    Sure that’s what it takes.

    But how many people have those skills or even know those are the skills they need for marriage?

    Things like trust, work, compromise, and love go out the window when you are fed a bunch of garbage that ‘you are awesome, empowered, strong, independent’ and other delusional brainwashing from youth that many actually believe it. There’s a lot of reasons why marriage is in a sad state but a lot of it stems from convincing girls very young to disrespect boys or their father left and right and continue that into adulthood.

  11. >this “frame thing” is Game repackaged

    No repackaging. It’s Game, period.

    > A good marriage takes trust, takes compromise, takes work, takes love, and dare I say it….the couple actually has to “like” each other.

    Exactly. But how many in this day and age have had those things instilled into them (men or women)? I can’t say very many are genuinely prepared at all to commit to another person in marriage and bring all those qualities. All of that goes out the window like was said up above – when women are fed this garbage and their heads are swelled up in arrogance.

    But it’s a natural consequence of feminism (both kinds). Generations of this have brought women into control of marriage, and hence every man that is married. These days, every woman believes men to be less than her. The traditional women see men as draft animals, while the modern feminists see men as roaches that need to be exterminated. The woman is entitled to everything she wants because she’s a woman and the man is simply a chattel utility meant to give every bit of it to her. Heaven forbid she have to lift a finger to do anything! And if he doesn’t then it’s time to lower the boom and clean his carcass of everything he has.

    Ultimately the big problem is that men have ceased to be seen as “made in the image of God”, while women have been uplifted to be as gods. While this inequality in vision exists, marriage can not exist in a way that is healthy to men. Ever.

  12. Mr. Williams death was almost certainly caused by the fact that he would have to take a mediocre role in order to pay the child support he own to wife two and three. It was to the point they were trying to do a ms. Doubtfire goes to college movie and people said that’s the reason why he killed him self.

  13. “I saw firsthand what a good marriage was! There was no “sh*t testing” by my mother. My dad never EVER had to lord it over my mother that he was the “headship” or “leader” of the house. Strange too that that they only knew each other for five months and decided to get married.”

    Jason, you have been blessed to see a good marriage. Both sets of my grandparents met and married young in less than 12 months and stayed married until they all died of old age. Most of my family (parents, sibling, aunts and uncles, cousins) and friends have similar marriages. I’ve witnessed dozens, perhaps hundreds, such marriages, including my own.

    The marriages like you describe are not rare, perhaps even the norm. On average, 6 in 10 first marriages do not end in divorce. Yet many in the ‘sphere seem to have never witnessed a successful marriage. I can’t explain this other than to say that some places and some cultures must be significantly worse than others and that people should physically abandon those places.

    “Sure that’s what it takes. But how many people have those skills or even know those are the skills they need for marriage?”

    Earl, it is as Jason said: “My parents were not geniuses.” It’s not about skills. It really isn’t. Two people just have to make a lifelong decision to marry each other no matter what. It’s a choice. If they both don’t make that choice, nothing can save the marriage. The only purpose of those lists of things to improve your odds or relationship techniques (Frame, Game, headship, etc.) is ultimately to make sure that both of you make marriage a lifelong decision. As long as you have that mindset, you’ll do what needs done and make it work, just like almost every married person has done throughout history.

  14. I know I have that mindset…it’s mainly the women out there I have major doubts about.

  15. My dad was the eldest of 14 children. My dad, and three of my aunts now gone……..all of them were married lifelong, and still are married…..except one……my godmother……my aunt! She was the total middle child and never married. Never shcked up with a guy……she did date when she was younger………never had a child out of wedlock. She’s 75 now. Both my grandparents were married their whole lives. My grandmothers were not abused women. All the above men were not “cucked” nor “simps” nor “beta-white-knight-gammas”

    My moms side, she has a brother. He’s been married since 1978.

    All cultural Christians. Not perfect. No “bible” being taught. Church was never or rare. This is where I get annoyed at some fellow brothers that say “you can’t have a successful marriage if you are not a pew-warmer, er….I mean church goer.” I know it helps, but even in pagan Rome……there were many sucessful and happy marriages.

    All my friends in my hometown as a boy. Married. At my boys school during high school, every boy came from a home where the parents were married. This was in the 1970’s and 1980’s. College and grad is where I first met people whose parents were divorced.

    The spehere makes it sound as if a woman asks for a drink of water, or wants to use the bathroom, she’s asking for too much, and the man obviously has no frame or game or headship. How dare he marry a woman who needs a drink of water!!! He should have looked harder!

    Sarcasm aside………….femimism should rightfully be blamed…..but plenty of “real men” seem to play the pump n’ dump game, and then accuse those same women as skanks. Idk…..this whole game n’ frame thing is a reaction to femimism………..and it still panders exactly to what “women find attractive” and “want in a man”

    Anyway, I ramble……….I just wish things turned out differently for me

  16. “College and grad is where I first met people whose parents were divorced.”

    Same. I once believed only non-Christians divorced. I had never met a divorced Christian. Even among my educated, relatively wealthy, secular peers, the number who were divorced was not high. It was not until I put my kids in the public school system with suburban middle-class parents that I got to fully see divorce as my kids’ friends’ parents divorced (or already were).

    “but plenty of “real men” seem to play the pump n’ dump game, and then accuse those same women as skanks. Idk…..this whole game n’ frame thing is a reaction to femimism”

    Yes, I would like to write a whole post going into this, but I don’t have time right now. Jason, you can prove your point to others by the following hypothetical: What if a man in the ‘sphere has a feminist wife who will never submit to him. What should he do? If I suggest that such a man do whatever it takes to make that marriage work, I’m a white knight and he’s a beta-cuck. This, ultimately, reveals that the process/philosophy/headship/etc is more important than the marriage. It’s more important for the man to stand his ground and do this-or-that than to save his marriage by whatever means necessary. God forbid he change himself in a way that doesn’t mean manosphere standards. Marriage is just as unimportant to them as to the feminists. It’s about men, not marriage. Christians won’t take the honest explicitly anti-marriage stance that Boxer takes.

  17. Such good comments here!

    These days, every woman believes men to be less than her. … Ultimately the big problem is that men have ceased to be seen as “made in the image of God”, while women have been uplifted to be as gods. While this inequality in vision exists, marriage can not exist in a way that is healthy to men. Ever.

    Be Careful there, Ballista74, I thought that same truth was foundational, and applied to more than one problem being discussed over on Dalrock’s blog, and I got banned for arguing that point, citing scripture, and “derailing” threads by pointing out that foundational necessity to fixing the issue being discussed.

    Few there would argue it with me. Until Dalrock threw me into moderation and stopped letting my comments through. Then suddenly it was an OK topic again, so long as the image of God included breasts and a cunt. The moment I was stifled, The Deti says this cunt-worship:
    https://dalrock.wordpress.com/2019/03/09/transcript-of-the-second-podcast/#comment-312238
    God created Adam and Eve as equals. Both created in God’s image. Neither one was to have authority over the other. They, together, were to take authority over the earth, fill it, subdue it, and take dominion (lordship, authority) over the earth and all animals.

    So, before the Fall, in addition to being joined together as one flesh and being naked and unashamed, Adam and Eve were intended, together, as equals, to multiply and take dominion over the physical earth and everything in it. Nothing in there about Adam being told to lead Eve, Eve being required to submit to Adam, Eve having a tough time with having babies, or Adam having to work.

    In my opinion, they just wanted to censor my Bible based view of men only being the image and Glory of God, while women are the glory of man. Unwittingly they want to keep the foundation of Feminism intact, by keeping women equal to men. Dalrock is still in the dark about that. Men were created first and best. Made superior and ranked above the woman according to God’s plan, starting even prior to the fall.

    This is where I get annoyed at some fellow brothers that say “you can’t have a successful marriage if you are not a pew-warmer, er….I mean church goer.”

    I totally agree with you, Jason. My marriage would likely be in much better shape, if I had never taken my wife to church! My wife came from a family that was Christian in name only. If I hadn’t taken my wife to church and let the churchians preach Feminism to my wife, she would likely still be under the illusion that the churchians were against divorce, and believed that wives should submit to their husbands. She’d be trying to live by the historical beliefs of the church, instead of what is popularly preached today. The churchians loaned us the movie “Fireproof”, and my wife apparently thought it was a great roadmap for our lives. My wife was one of three whoring daughters, the other two got married before us. The “New Age” sister and the atheist sister are both still married. While my “saved” wife is causing the gospel to be blasphemed.(her own “Christian” father told me to stick my Bible up my ass)(from 1,100 miles away of course, I doubt he’d say that to me in person) My wife is the least committed to marriage of the three, and the New Age sister actually seems to have more fruits of the spirit than my churchian wife.

    If I suggest that such a man do whatever it takes to make that marriage work, I’m a … beta-cuck. … It’s more important for the man to stand his ground and do this-or-that than to save his marriage by whatever means necessary. God forbid he change himself in a way that doesn’t mean manosphere standards. Marriage is just as unimportant to them as to the feminists.

    Yeah, I agree, Derek. Everybody thinks I’m a cuck for trying to get my crazy wicked wife to come back to me for the sake of the kids and the testimony of Christ. All three of my “Christian” siblings are telling me to just finish the divorce, and get on with my life. Apparently it isn’t popular for a man to give up his life for his wife,(and kids too) which is what is happening to me right now, even though my wife will likely never understand it, that is what God’s love looks like. The churchians don’t see the love either, because I’m angry. And apparently churchian men are not allowed to be angry, only their goddess wives’ anger is ever justifiable. Say a prayer for me. And if you’re a woman, try praying it with your head covered.

  18. What if a man in the ‘sphere has a feminist wife who will never submit to him. What should he do? If I suggest that such a man do whatever it takes to make that marriage work, I’m a white knight and he’s a beta-cuck.

    The man should do what he can to make the marriage work…but understand she’s doing more to undermine it than he is to save it. She’s just as much a failure if she’s not fulfilling her role as much as a man is for not fulfilling his. This whole ‘blame it on the man no matter what’ ethos is not a good one.

    Being a cuck or white knight is saying feminism is a good thing and that a man should conform to a woman’s destructive track rather than him being the head of the marriage.

  19. Years ago when I was on a “Christian” dating site…..every woman on there (I only viewed women who were five to seven years older, or five to seven years younger) seemed to say the same thing about accepting Jesus when they were three, two, five and it was the most important thing they ever did…….now, I agree accepting Christ IS an important thing…..but every single woman claimed they remembered it. I can remember a few snippits of images from those times…..when I was two, three, or four……..songs on the radio (lots of Chicago on the radio in the early 1970’s), Sesame Street on TV………a few memories of nursury school…….riding in a station wagon……remember learning in Kindergarten that “Jerry Ford was the President” and “Hugh Carey” was the Governor (New York State) that must have been fall 1975…..

    But really….you remember accepting, comprehending and understanding Jesus at age two? Clearly? Okay…..maybe a few do…..but every. Single. One?

    All these women were divorced “even when my husband rebelled, I knew Jesus loved me” or “After all the mental and emotional abuse my husband put me and the kids through…….I knew God still had a plan for me…”

    Again. True statements. Even in the depths of sin, or tragedy…God still has a plan for humanity.

    Bu really. You had nothing to do with this. You accepted Jesus at three years old, lived a perfect sanctified life, and your bad, rebellin’ and abusin’ x-husband ruined everything?????

    Really.

    Of course…..their “kids come first for everything” and “they have real expectations of a Christian man now” and of course those expectations are a long “honey do” list of things few men will all have…….and the men that do have this, well……they are not Christian, or they are Christian and happily married…………

    Then the articles, blogs, news stories, sermons about “where are the men??????”

    Age too. Now, I have never been a GQ looker. Never was endeared. I am not hung like a horse with the girth of a coke can. I don’t know everything. Far from smart…..sure a few skills…..but I am just hopelessly average in most things…….all these women were mostly around my age, or a little older / younger. One woman siad she was 46. No baby-girl….try 56. On dating sites men lie about their height (every guy is taller than me…..and I am 6’4″ when I go out, I am always the tallest dude in church. at work, at a restaurant…it’s super rare when I have to look up at another man….but on dating sites……every guy is my height). Women lie about their age. Frequently. Even on Christian dating sites.

    I mentioned once during Sunday School at my Corps several years ago when “dating” came up. I mentioned that the Christian ladies “You say you just want a good Christian man…….well, there are ten single men in this room right now. All of us are involved, attend, we show up……and we are striving. You may want a Christian man, but you want one you are strongly attracted to physically, want one who has a better than average job, can do anything and everything and embodies cultural manhood on a level that few even the secular world could live up to”

    I of course was “bitter” and the conversation was changed to “men just want a sex pot and a doormat” and I tried to explain that was not the case……and of course I was not listened to. I was a fool for thinking otherwise….

  20. @Sharkly
    >Be Careful there, Ballista74, I thought that same truth was foundational, and applied to more than one problem being discussed over on Dalrock’s blog, and I got banned for arguing that point, citing scripture, and “derailing” threads by pointing out that foundational necessity to fixing the issue being discussed.

    I think this is one reason my blog became “unpopular” (it never was, but more popular before than it is now). That I was actually seeing feminism for what it is and calling it out. As I mention, there’s two systems of feminism. Most that call themselves “anti-feminist” really aren’t. The vast majority of the players involved are simply in the battle between the two kinds of feminism than they are against feminism entirely.

    >In my opinion, they just wanted to censor my Bible based view of men only being the image and Glory of God, while women are the glory of man. Unwittingly they want to keep the foundation of Feminism intact, by keeping women equal to men. Dalrock is still in the dark about that.

    This is one reason why I’ve mentioned on this very blog that Dalrock et. al. do not place themselves under authority. They do not submit to God and his ways and thoughts as do most that claim to be Christian. Instead, they follow after their own paths. If they do not place themselves under God’s authority, they should not be surprised that the wife that God placed with them does not place herself under authority either. You ultimately proved that they are also fools that do not accept correction.

    If you don’t define the problem and accept it as factual (feminism is a big problem that almost no one sees correctly), solutions can never be instated.

    @seventiesjason
    >But really….you remember accepting, comprehending and understanding Jesus at age two? Clearly? Okay…..maybe a few do…..but every. Single. One?

    It’s garbage. I got baptised at 17 and finally came to a serious walk with Christ at 28, and I can’t say I even remember those days very well. Of course, my example proves a point, too. Not many of these women ever found a true saving grace in Christ simply because they never gave up themselves when they did “find Christ”.

    >You accepted Jesus at three years old, lived a perfect sanctified life, and your bad, rebellin’ and abusin’ x-husband ruined everything?????

    More proof they never found Christ in the first place. Proof though of traditional feminism and the indoctrination upon women that they are without sin.

    >I mentioned that the Christian ladies
    >I of course was “bitter”

    Feminism in action. Your opinions and what you had to say never mattered at all to these people. Women have every right to everything their little hearts desire, while men don’t have any right to anything. They should be grateful that any woman would deign give them attention and be thankful that he ends up with any woman on this earth, nevermind any of his desires, nevermind if she’s any good for him. I’ve said it several times and I’ll say it again. The funny part is that while most all women are unfit for marriage, the secular ones are on average far more fit for marriage than the Christian ones. Sad but true and proven over and over again as I’ve blogged and as I’ve met women in real life.

  21. @earl
    I have concluded that it only takes one person to make a marriage fail. While it takes two to make it work.

    @Jason
    I was saved at 5, and remember it. However I think I’m rare. I also never hesitate to recommit. So as my knowledge and faith grows, so does my commitment. I’ve had people question my early conversion. However, I assure them that I was aware I was a sinner, I was afraid of God’s judgement, and I asked my parents to share with me how to be saved from the wrath of God. My parents were missionaries,(dad was a radio engineer, mom was a nurse) so they had no problem explaining to me the way of salvation. I still fear the lord more than most anybody I know. I think that fear brought me to Christ early, and has helped me to remain loyal to Him. I think a big problem today is that nobody preaches about hellfire and the wrath of God. It created the fear of God within me that brought me to repentance and has kept me from much wickedness.
    I’m only 6′ 1″ and even I generally don’t find myself looking up at too many people. And I’ve shrunk about 1/2″ since I was at my peak. however, I think the most common misconception is people overestimating their relative intelligence, or their wisdom. Usually the less mentally gifted people lack the metacognition to know it. No matter how smart or stupid, how wise or foolish, most everybody feels like they are surrounded by idiots. It is a rare person who will acknowledge that others are more gifted mentally than they are. And typically the smarter a person is, the more they realize there is that they don’t know. Fools know everything, just ask ’em.

  22. I think this is one reason my blog became “unpopular” (it never was, but more popular before than it is now).

    I’ll make you famous. Check the sidebar in 3… 2…

  23. I like your blog Ballista 74. And I just now see your latest comment here. I completely agree. previously when you talked about Dalrock not putting himself under authority, I thought you were talking about him needing to be overruled by some pastorbater, or church board full of cucked Feminists. I didn’t realize you were talking exclusively about being under Christ’s authority. If that is what you mean, then I agree. The head of every man is Christ.
    I’ve been exploring a lot of blogs since I got booted at Dalrock’s blog.
    I like Jack’s blog also, but I wasn’t able to comment, like I can here. I don’t do Twitter or Facebook, and if I log in through Google it looks like it will post my true full name. I wanted to post there Jack. Maybe I’m just computer illiterate. I also like that Jack links to a lot of other blogs. I’ll try to check many of them out.
    If I ever get the time to start my own blog, and force myself to do it, I think I also will have a liberal policy and link to a lot of blogs, even when I don’t endorse all of their viewpoints.
    There are plenty of things I disagree with Boxer about, but he seems to be a reasonable man, and I can learn a lot from him, and I appreciate his viewpoint on free speech and censorship. While people’s personal blogs, are theirs to control, I feel like people in search of the truth, and people who want ideas that stand up to criticism, will tend to have more tolerance of opposing viewpoints. Whereas, if you just want to preach your own viewpoint, and only allow affirming comments, that seems a bit weaker to me. I understand the importance of removing trolls and those who only insult others, I also appreciate if Dalrock wants to have a male oriented space. For me, I’d like to have a way to get ideas I think are from God’s word, that aren’t widely held, to be openly discussed more. Whether that is by commenting on existing blogs, making my own blog, or guest posting, I’d just like to spread the truth from God’s word as I see it, and have it considered. Just commenting on popular man-O-sphere blogs was an easy way for me to get started, even as I’m learning and my views are evolving. And hopefully by my comments, I add to the popularity of the blogs, and I encourage lurkers to join into the discussions.

  24. Thanks Boxer, for linking to Ballista74. I think the bigger the man-O-sphere’s web, the more folks will fly into it. And it will increase the size of the pot. The rising tide will lift all boats. I’ll let y’all know if I ever get off my ass and get my “hatesite” up and running. Hopefully feeriker gets his blog going. I really did like Jason’s personal story when it was posted here. Even though it isn’t a happy tale, it was quite inspiring.

  25. @Sharkly
    Yep, that’s what I meant. As I’m sure you’ve found out by reading my blog, I take a pretty dim view of the Churchian cucks that are out there. By virtue of placing themselves “first”, but also by the wicked things they say and advocate. My thought has always been to show Christ, and expose the darkness that’s within the churches (Ephesians 5:11) when it comes to my blogging. Dalrock’s useful to a certain extent, but it’s hard to not admit the Warhorn guys were mostly right about him – and like they say, he really needs to be in a place where he’s answerable to someone in his life that he doesn’t control that can actually rebuke him if need be.

    I’ll explain more eventually, but that’s always been my pattern. I don’t write anything online that I’m ashamed of in person (if the topic comes up, but I do talk about certain observations from my blogging), and will often try out certain lines in Bible studies and the like. While I’m sure people around me haven’t found it, they all know I do it. And I know Christ knows I do it. So even if I don’t get their rote approval, that’s a test running in my mind with everything I write. Would I actually say this if the topic came up? It’s something I’m thinking about still, but I’m wondering how accountability comes down in the online world that doesn’t breach anything legitimate in Christ.

    @Boxer
    Thanks for the link. I’ll reciprocate as soon as I can get to it.

    @Sharkly
    A diverse group of opinions is always a good thing when you’re seeking truth. The wise man listens. I’m pretty free on my blog commenting policy, but I still want a Christian environment, which means I’m probably more stiff than most would like in these parts. Especially if things don’t go down productive roads.

  26. @Sharkly: Rhetorical question: what part of Adam was made in the image of God? His spirit? His flesh? His blood? His mitochondria?

    1. We know so little about what “in the image of God” actually means, what that image is, that arguing that some have it and some don’t can get to be a bit silly.

    2. If Adam’s flesh was made in the image of God, and if Eve was created out of Adam’s flesh – the flesh that reflects the image of God – then Eve’s flesh would also reflect the image of God – since her flesh came from one who was made in the image of God.

    3. And then there is that whole “let US make man in OUR image” thing going on. How many Us’s? Do they all have the same image (celestial identical triplets?)? Or does Adam reflect the multiple images present in the Us’s and Our’s? (again, rhetorical) One could even ask – if all of the Us’s are identical, if they all posses the same image, how can we prove that there is more than one of them? None has a distinguishing feature in their image that would allow us to distinguish among them.

    These (and more) are all issues that have to be dealt with squarely before we can turn our attention to just who gets to reflect the image of the creator, and what that image is. And the Bible just does not contain enough specific information that would allow us to answer correctly all of the questions that come up around the question of who was made in the image of multiple gods (re. the “Us” and “Our” folks).

  27. Boxer, perhaps Nicholas Cage is reading your blog as he’s filed for an annulment.

  28. “I don’t do Twitter or Facebook, and if I log in through Google it looks like it will post my true full name. I wanted to post there Jack. Maybe I’m just computer illiterate. I also like that Jack links to a lot of other blogs.”

    You can get a free WordPress account and not actually blog… just use it as your login for other blogs. A layer of separation from your meatspace identity.

  29. RichardP,
    Your questions are good, but your logic is faulty.
    We know so little about gravity. What causes it? what kind of force it is? How to manipulate it? Yet we know it is related to relative masses and decreases inversely with the square of the distance. So, since we don’t know so much about it, obviously it is of no concern right? How does gravity bend light? What is light anyhow, and how does gravity accelerate and decelerate it?
    Just because you don’t know everything about something, doesn’t mean you can’t know some things about it for certain. We even speak of the “law of gravity” because what we do know about it is absolutely 100% dependable and consistent. Not understanding what we do know about gravity can even get you killed.

    So we can know,if God tells us, who is in God’s image. We can also know that it is greatly important to God and by delegation important to us. We can also see that it is a reason for a man, not to cover his head during prayer, not to curse another man, and other things.

    To me, the image of God clearly sets men above women. Men are also in God’s glory which makes them due more honor and reverence from women. It along with being the first class of human created, makes all men superior to all women here on this earth. It is the answer to hypergamy. It destroys the foundation of Feminism by making clear that all men are superior, by design. My personal opinion is that the image of God, is something that can be seen or imagined in the mind’s eye, a true image. I currently feel that men resemble God, our Father, in a way that women do not. we men are a likeness or similitude of God, the Bible says elsewhere.

  30. Your questions are good, but your logic is faulty.

    No.

    We know so little about gravity.

    We actually know quite a bit about gravity.

    What causes it?

    See below.

    what kind of force it is?

    You can imagine it, like Newton did, as a force that obtains between two distinct massive objects. It’s more accurate to use Einstein’s idea to see it as a consequence of the geometry of spacetime.

    How to manipulate it?

    Gravity is manipulated easily. In simple terms: massive objects tell spacetime what to look like, and this is what causes gravitational fluctuations. In order to manipulate gravity, you move massive objects around in R3. Voilà!

    Yet we know it is related to relative masses and decreases inversely with the square of the distance. So, since we don’t know so much about it, obviously it is of no concern right? How does gravity bend light? What is light anyhow, and how does gravity accelerate and decelerate it?

    Light is electromagnetic radiation. It always travels in a linear fashion, but the “straightness” of the line is a consequence of the geometry of spacetime. The “bend” you refer to is just an illusion, furthered by your own relative position and your inability to perceive spacetime directly.

    Just because you don’t know everything about something, doesn’t mean you can’t know some things about it for certain. We even speak of the “law of gravity” because what we do know about it is absolutely 100% dependable and consistent. Not understanding what we do know about gravity can even get you killed.

    None of this nonsense has anything to do with Richard’s salient points. It’s a weak straw-man.

    So we can know,if God tells us, who is in God’s image. We can also know that it is greatly important to God and by delegation important to us. We can also see that it is a reason for a man, not to cover his head during prayer, not to curse another man, and other things.

    Your god hasn’t told us anything, and you don’t know anything about him. The text you cite is entirely the product of human speculation, which occurred in the fifth and sixth centuries B.C.E..

  31. Okay he looks stupid…not because he’s drunk but he’s a guy dressing like a twenty-two year old. It’s okay to be his age in jeans, and a tee….but a “sid vicious” back-patch the overtly hip and large belt……….not saying he has to be in a tie…..but trying so hard to be authentic it comes off as cloying.

  32. This trend is probably caused by the “gravity” of the above make-up artist .. [1]

    PSA (time once again) ..

    Fella’s don’t ride fatties ..

    I know .. I know .. they may be fun to ride .. like a mo-ped / scooter .. but what if your friends catch ridin’ one .. it won’t be so fun(ny) when everyone-else finds out ..

    Jus say no to th fatty ho(es)!

    [1] .. https://www.sltrib.com/news/nation-world/2019/03/29/share-americans-not/

Comments are closed.