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Trump Isn’t The Problem

Posted in Announcements on March 24th, 2017

Trump Isn't The ProblemTrump Isn’t The Problem

Yeah, we’ve a serious problem in America. But President Trump is the problem. The problem is how a whole generation of “parents” largely failed to raise their children properly. Now America is paying the price for these Millennials and the children their breeding.

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The Murky Pond In 2016

Posted in Announcements on January 1st, 2017

Since among bloggers it seems to be nigh on de rigueur to early January in do some sort of review, reprise, or recap of the previous year.

Well, far be it from me to go against the normative expectations. Hence, below are the 25 most popular posts other than the homepage in Reflections Of A Murky Pond over the course of 2016:

  1. Retro Pinups
  2. Dangerous Curves
  3. Bikes And Babes
  4. Beautiful Freedom (NSFW)
  5. Bikini Interlude 4
  6. Hot But Racist
  7. Molon Labe
  8. Coordination Is Key
  9. Sweater Meat
  10. Nicki’s Anaconda
  11. Seasonal Eating
  12. Olivia & Lucas’s Father
  13. Spring Fever
  14. Bikini Interlude 7
  15. The Good Underboobs
  16. Straight Outta Europe
  17. Bikini Interlude 12
  18. Female Leadership
  19. Fit For Lust?
  20. Lazy Fat Ugly Cows
  21. Cosplay Is Not Consent
  22. Wedding Night Jitters
  23. Three Women On A Plane
  24. Goodbye Kitty
  25. Such Power!
Not that I’m complaining in any way – traffic is, after all, traffic, but there’s an obvious trend appearing. 23 out of 25 of the top posts are in some way fundamentally prurient in nature and only one was primarily political, “Molon Labe.” 😆

Perhaps I should change the blog’s tagline from “The eclectic ramblings of jonolan” to “Come for the babes, stay for the social commentary and politics.” That might sum up the reality better.

Of course, one could easily argue that the prurient content is, in and of itself, a form of social commentary. This is even more true in Reflections From A Murky Pond since I quite often use sexually subjective images to further a point through example and/or depiction.

Again though, I’m not complaining. I’m just shaking my head a little at the current reality of the internet. After all, it is still likely that the most viewed posts on the internet are prurient in nature. They may not be “pornographic” depending upon any individual’s or groups’ definition of pornography, but they’re still quite prurient.

So there you have it – a break down of sorts of the popularity of Reflections From A Murky Pond over the course of 2016.

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Hillary’s War On Women

Posted in Announcements on November 7th, 2016

Hillary’s made a big deal about the GOP’s supposed “war on women.” Certainly, the toxic womyn who support her eat up it like chocolate. That’s why Hillary – evil, corrupt, and staunchly anti-American, but not stupid – based her entire campaign on it.

Hillary's War On WomenHillary’s War On Women

That she’s been successful at this is proof that these females and the self-hating pseudo-males who enable them just don’t care past tokenism and appearances. After all, even as Hillary shrilling rants the dogma of radical feminism, look at what she surrounds herself with.

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