#BernOuts Explained

#BernOuts Explained - They covet what they don't have and hate those who have it
#BernOuts Explained – They Covet What They Don’t Have

A funny image, indeed! It is also, however, very pointed in its humor and very fundamentally true in its message. The primary reason for Bernie Sanders’ aborted rise to provenance and his continued employment and occasional news coverage was based upon the #BernOuts and #Sandernistas coveting what they didn’t earn and don’t have. In point of fact, Bernie’s entire platform could have been summed in the word, “Envy.”

Yes, they envy what they don’t have and hate those that have it. In their entitled mindset, it’s just not fair that they don’t get anything and everything they want, when they want it, and without the need to work for- or make sacrifices in order to get it. That’s the #BernOuts explained in a nutshell.

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Bruce’s Boobs

Bruce's BoobsBruce’s Boobs

When questioned, Bruce Jenner aka Caitlyn Jenner, says that his/her new boobs actually improve his/her golf game, especially putting. This, of course, was such a “guy response” that it calls into question his/her actual, internalized status as a trans-woman. This “triggered” outrage among the LGBT activists.

But, all that being as it is, there is one very important thing for us all to remember. Bruce as Caitlyn is still more passable than the majority of the “cis-gendered” Feminist womyn out there. 😆

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Be Aware Of Breasts

It’s October and one of the things that means is it’s Susan G. Komen Awareness Month aka Pink Ribbon Awareness Month… also and more politically correctly known as Breast Cancer Awareness Month. So please be aware…of breasts this month.

Now, before I go on let me state for the record that Komen does a variety of good work and does well. It’s just that Pink Ribbon Fatigue is real and well-deserved.

But, in any case or event, October is a great month to be even more aware of breasts than we normally are. It doesn’t matter how you look at them, they’re wonderful.

From The Top

Cleavage – the easy to achieve standard view of the world’s best hope for a new power source, is always a good starting point for awareness, a top-down overlook if you will.

From The Side

Sideboobs – Currently the most legally and commercially important viewpoint on breasts, this is one of my favorite ways of appreciating breasts. One could think of the sideboob as rarer and deeper study of the wonder of women’s breasts.

From Beneath

Underboobs – Think of this as a bottom-to-top appreciation of breasts. It’s certainly the rarest presentation and, hence, the most provocative. I’d call it an in-depth study of subject.

They key is boobs. They cure anythingBoobs Are Magic

It’s important to remember that, no matter how you look at them – and look at them or, at least, want to you will – breasts are magic, strong magic, magic that some cowardly and/or breast-deprived fools think cause earthquakes. So let us all remember that we must respect the magic even as we “labor” to ensure that the magic of boobs doesn’t leave the world.

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