Friday, July 10, 2015

'Letter to the Editor' on 'Brucie' Jenner' is One of the Most Intelligent Statements I've Ever Read

Since I'm an avid reader, saying what the writer said about Caitlyn 'Brucie' Jenner, that it might be one of the most intelligent statements I've ever read, could be a stretch, but the letter writer is firmly grounded in reality, seeing thru this 'dog and pony show' for the absurdity of what it is; delusional thinking on Jenner's part.

But 'Brucie' wouldn't get to where he/she is at without the help of the Zionist MSM, who serve up steaming platters of mind-destroying bullshit around the clock, with hungry Americans clamoring for more.
Bruce Jenner, a 65-year-old who won the gold medal in the decathlon in the 1976 Montreal Olympics, is now Caitlyn, and Rachel Dolezal, the former president of the Spokane, Wash., NAACP, is a white woman who says she’s really black.

That’s all just in the past few weeks. Both stories have left me thinking we’re all bit players in a “Twilight Zone” episode where whatever one feels is reality.

I’m 58 years old. I wake up many mornings feeling like a 66-year-old man. Does that make me 66? If so, I can’t wait to tell the Social Security Administration the good news.

People, stoners are more grounded than this.

Both Caitlyn Jenner and Rachel Dolezal — while deserving of compassion — shouldn’t be celebrated or defended for what in 99.9 percent of human existence would be seen for what it is — delusional thinking and behavior.

Jim Eschrich has lived in Lenexa since 1990. He is originally from Buffalo, N.Y. He has two adult children and is a focus-group moderator for businesses and political campaigns. He also was a member of the national bobsled team in the 1980s.
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  1. I agree. I refuse to play a role in someone's disillusion by pretending along with them. That is going into THEIR twilight zone and I prefer not. Some cross dresser once, standing in line behind me in a store check out, the cashier said to him, "I can help you sir." The cross dresser kept standing there and says with indignity, " you called me sir." There was no mistaking it was a man. A man in a dress. The cashier remained silent and everyone was looking at him with contempt, not because he was a cross dresser but because he expected everybody to play along. Nobody would.

  2. Now days, the cross-dresser would demand to see the manager, raise hell, maybe threaten to sue and get called "Ma'am' or whatever he wanted to be called, probably get the clerk fired in the process and no one standing in line would speak up, they're too cowed.

  3. Maybe "they' will decide a new approbative title to replace "sir" or"ma'am" but with equivalent respect.
    This will be used towards all, thereby denying most people of their rightful identities in favor of the few confused souls, giving satisfaction and recognition to none.

  4. How about..."it"...for a title?

  5. I work with a trans (M 2 F) who got called "sir" over the 2 way radio we use by one of the employees who didn't know him/her and to tell the truth, s/he sounds like a guy.

    S/he took offense and took leave for mental health issues.

    BTW, here's a chosen one calling 911 over a confederate flag

  6. Greg, regarding the Catholic church:
    What is all this 'The Church Can'...they know everything so why is it they don't? What is the meaning of this Encyclical? I am not familiar whatsoever with this whole topic or the Catholic church, popes etc. After you've read through that pdf will you just tell me your conclusion?


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