Hi all, I was interviewed last week by John Hawkins of Right Wing News about dating. What the hell do I know about dating considering I've been with the same man for 20 years? Not much, currently, but back in the day...... Well, I've always loved men and getting to know different guys and being friends with them even if no relationship ensued. And so I waxed elephant about my opinions and shared some stories.
John also interviewed some fantastic people, some of whom I now count as friends. Cassy Fiano, Karol Sheinin of Alarming News, Sharon Soon of Conservatives with Attitude, Michelle Odis at Human Events, and author and blogger Dawn Eden.
Well, Ace has some musings on dating women and blogging women, too:
Now wait just a minute, Ace. I just want to point out that I didn't say I disliked bragging, although, it is annoying. More than that, I think you might have a point that women bloggers are nothing like normal women. We aren't like normal women. In fact, I think it's safe to say that we're abnormal. Blogging is blood sport and the ladies who hang out and blog are made of tougher stuff than the average girl. I don't think that's the only difference, though. Blogging requires at least a cursory knowledge of things technical and I don't want to make any gender generalizations here, but come on.... Not just that, women political bloggers like politics. Duh! Most women I know glaze over when politics are discussed--even the educated women. So yeah, female bloggers are weird. There's hope for you, is all I'm saying. Keep the faith.
Six female bloggers sound off about mistakes men make in dating, and three of them are put off by... overconfidence and braggin' on what hot shit they are. (Not Karol, of course!)
So, basically, if more women were like female bloggers, Allah and I (and most of you) shouldn't be able to leave the house without raincoat & rubbers for all the downpour of female attention and the splashing in puddles of adoring women.
Which leads me to believe 1) women bloggers are nothing like normal women or most likely 2) women bloggers are exactly like normal women in that they lie their pretty asses off.
Michelle Malkin asks if you'd date a liberal. The consensus seems to be, "HELL NO!" You know, there are many philosophical differences or can be, but I'm open to all ideologies. I watch the numbers. (In basketball, you defend by watching the numbers not watching the head or listening to the trash talking. The body tells the truth.) What I mean is this: lots of people claim to be liberals because it makes them sound smarter, but in practice, they live conservative lives. So, if a person lives a conservative, traditional life and makes the mistake of voting Democrat, I can live with it. Thankfully, I don't have to.
And then there's the usual liberal b.s. proving the point. It's funny though.
And then there's Rusty Shackleford, who has John Hawkin's number:
I feel so.....used.