Snow in the Hills

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by W.F. Price on December 16, 2012

Had a nice time yesterday cross country skiing in the Cascades with the kids and grandpa. As you can see from the picture, it was really coming down up there. We were lucky to make it back over the pass – lots of people were giving up and turning around on both sides – but it’s great to get out of the city every now and then.

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geographybeefinalisthimself December 16, 2012 at 11:40

I’m glad you had fun, Bill. I have a little stubble myself.

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GT66 December 16, 2012 at 12:35

An image worthy of a Rockwell! Funny how easily happy family moments return when the misery abscess is removed!

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Uncle Elmer December 16, 2012 at 13:41

Dear Woman,

http://menagainstassholesandmisogyny.tumblr.com

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Poiuyt December 16, 2012 at 13:52

Thank god in heaven and on earth for sheer fatherhood.

Thank god for the journey through the high waters, the hell, the rock and the hard places that sheer fatherhood goes through and returns from, on account and behalf of his kids.

Thank god for the sheer effort of fatherhood’s stubborn and instinctive insistence in overcoming the contempt, the artificial difficulties, the malicious hurdles and the cruel impediments put in place, that fatherhood must first overcome … in order for him to see his kids through and well into posterity.

If there were ever any antidote, any cure, any relief or any other decontaminating idea or ideal, sufficient to utterly smash to pieces this pandemized social disease of genderism and its harsh consequences, it is sheer fatherhood.

The sooner this goddamned and godforsaken hellhole of a feminized society accepts and returns back to the once very highly esteemed, noble, and once very highly protected and prized notion of legitimate fatherhood, the better for us all … And the better for kids as well !

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crella December 16, 2012 at 14:06

That’s a great picture, Bill. Those big smiles say it all!

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Glenn December 16, 2012 at 14:51

Unfortunately, feminism is a terminal disease. No society that allows feminism to develop survives. In fact, by the time feminism appears, the society has already passed the cultural event horizon.

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Zorro December 16, 2012 at 14:54

When those kids are your age, this is the photo they’ll show their friends to introduce them to grandpa.

Awesomeness, dude. All the best grandpas are part sled-dog.

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will December 16, 2012 at 15:05

Damn your beard is awesome.

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Thos. December 16, 2012 at 16:13

Off topic: Sperm doner kids are not all right. Dads matter.
http://www.slate.com/articles/double_x/doublex/2010/06/the_spermdonor_kids_are_not_really_all_right.html

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Jimbo December 16, 2012 at 16:35

@glenn

Your points are good ones and would lend themselves to becoming questions in a poll of questions for spearhead readers. When can it be said that feminism appears? What gives birth to a feminist movement? Too much success, comfort and complacency in men? When men come to perceive women as our equals in all ways? When women are given the vote? When we believe in shared authority? When workplace discrimination is outlawed?

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geographybeefinalisthimself December 16, 2012 at 17:01

@ Thos.

I wouldn’t count on the “Double X” part of Slate NOT backpedaling anytime soon. I also would not count this being an opening to ex-wife, I mean, child support reform/abolition or mandatory paternity testing of newborns either.

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Cultural_Expat December 16, 2012 at 17:16

:-)

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numnut December 16, 2012 at 17:48

Very nice,good work with the beard,awesome kids.
I detect a hint of a smile upon your face,not all bad by golly.
:)

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greyghost December 16, 2012 at 18:27

You spend more real father child time with your kids than married men do. Those are real good looking smiles Welmer. God loves you man.

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El Bastardo December 16, 2012 at 21:12

I’m happy for you Price; I noticed you had not written in a few days and knew why! Glad you are getting that healing brother, hope to have the same one day myself.

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El Bastardo December 16, 2012 at 21:25

@U Elmer

Fella, from those pictures; we have nothing to worry about. Those knuckleheads will be taking one of these old harpies off the cock carousel for their own personal “rib”ney sweep in family court, and be right here with us when she takes them to the cleaners.

Look at those photos; just SCREAMMMMMMM BETA! As in Beta come screw me out of half my life, savings, wealth, house, my future kids (who most likely aren’t mine), my family members early deaths ataiding me in our court battle; and these women claim they “love what they are seeing and don’t feel so alone” against us asshole misogynists?

The truth hurts does it not ladies; next stop forced into combat. Have fun with that cause I won’t save you.

Lulz, these idiots have no idea that the reason those harpies feel alone is because we left them there after “helping them worship on their knees (and various other positions of submissive repentance to daddy before we left).

“Oh godddddddddd, oh godddddddddddd, please don’t let this alpha leave me in this beta’s arms, I will be good, and changeeee..I..swear…OH GOD! OH GOD! OH GOD! OH GOD! OH GOD! OHHHHHHHHH!

Same Bat time, same bat channel two weeks later-

“What you mean you won’t return my calls? Why am I not good enough? Boo hoo, where is that “MA’AM list” again?”

“Bill, he left me again, I know I have not called you back in a month; but could you pleeeeeeassssseeee come hold me so we can go to churchhhhh!”

Yeah; they never learn. Maybe these men can, someday. Some of them however…… well, they just won’t learn.

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wobbegong December 17, 2012 at 01:46

Fantastic but why should a guy have to fight to do this? Anyway, have a great Xmas man!

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Jacob Ian Stalk December 17, 2012 at 04:31

This is a heartwarming image. A man teaching his children what only a man can teach his children – how to weather a storm with joy in their hearts. If this is what fatherhood is all about then I’m in.

Superb.

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Tam the Bam December 17, 2012 at 07:32

Those kids are truthfully happy, Price. Good job, you and Grandpa. And they’ll not forget.

Uncle E., re that toe-curling blog of gimpitude. A prize-winning floater.
Peter Wertz Rights like a woman’s right to not feel intimidated or anxious in the presence of strange men, and perhaps more importantly, the right to voice that fear without feeling embarrassed or weak.

And here’s the thing: I HATE when people discuss “white men” as though they’re some private organization scheming for their own betterment and the marginalization of everybody that’s not “white men”. I hate being included in that group. Because I’m not that way, and most of the white dudes I know aren’t that way ..”
W the everlovin’ F??
I suppose comment, especially on this forum, is superfluous, but ..
I mean bloody hell, I feel anxious etc. in the presence of some strange men. Although they do have to be particularly strange. And no, I tend not to say anything. Just make the yards. And immediately forget. That level of chronic irrational fear is the realm of the psychiatrist, and possibly medication, not legislation.
And this supine (NAMALT) nitwit claims to want to “understand” and “help” Women? Donner und Blitzen! And Rudolf, too.

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Tam the Bam December 17, 2012 at 07:34

Oh Chistmas Crackers, HTML outage. That’ll be in quotes & italics down to “W the ..”, as if you couldn’t tell.

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Tam the Bam December 17, 2012 at 07:37

Ok “ChRistmas” already. I’d better get off the web and go and sack up some more coal, and hide it from the plebs.

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The Baron December 17, 2012 at 08:30

Wonderful picture.

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keyster December 17, 2012 at 08:34

When can it be said that feminism appears? What gives birth to a feminist movement? Too much success, comfort and complacency in men? When men come to perceive women as our equals in all ways? When women are given the vote? When we believe in shared authority? When workplace discrimination is outlawed?

“The values of the weak prevail because the strong have taken them over as devices of leadership.” – Nietzsche

Cultural elites and politicians ally themselves with those out to defeat traditionalism, in hopes they will ride the progressive machine to power.

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keyster December 17, 2012 at 08:53

Politically Incorrect Manosphere Fact ‘o the Day:

In Human Accomplishment: The Persuit of Excellence in the Arts and Sciences, 800 B.C. to 1950 Charles Murray looked at four thousand significant figures and the world’s greatest achievements in science, art, music, philosophy, and mathematics. He concluded that of the greatest achievements in astronomy, biology, earth sciences, physics, mathematics, medicine and technology women are credited with:

0% – achievement in philosophy
1.7% – achievement in the sciences
2.3% – achievement of the greatest western art
4.4% – achievement of great western literature
and two-tenths of 1% of great western music

1950 to post-feminism present day, they haven’t faired any better. But in an equality obessesed culture if we would just remove the impediments that allow them to achieve to the same level as men through time, it’s imagined their brilliance and fortitude will eventually reveal itself…eventually.

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joeb December 17, 2012 at 10:01

Wc Its freaky we could be twins . You would be shocked how much we look alike . My buddy it sitting here saying its crazy .
But your a little thinner . Good lookinfg kids . WC .
Hope your vacation was great .

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joeb December 17, 2012 at 11:55

keyster
The fems are going to simply say , We men did something ( metaphysical ) to make that happen . Then argue penicillin was a woman’s invention . ( lunacy)
The fact is if the fem whores would stop spreading the clap we wouldn’t need Penicillin .( humor me )
But this is a can of worms can’t wait to see how they react to it .
Keep hunting , Dog .
My theory is Q and A form . “What dose a women want … To be right ! At all cost .

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Mark December 17, 2012 at 12:58

As Wayne and Garth used to say, “most excellent.”

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DW3 December 17, 2012 at 15:27

Looks like a good time for your family. That is 95% of what interests me in the MRM, for fathers who are estranged/separated/divorced from the mothers of their children to be able to spend meaningful time with them. Lord knows I value my time with my son more than anything, and it’s particularly sweet after having fought so hard for it. You’re a better man than me, doing so much to spread the message. God Bless you and Merry Christmas.

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Opus December 18, 2012 at 01:44

221b Baker Street

Holmes: What do you make of this Watson?
Watson: It’s Inhuman. Those poor children are freezing out there on The Moor
Holmes: Do you see anything else?
Watson: By God Holmes, that is your Arch-enemy, Professor Welmer. I recognise him behind the false beard.
Holmes: Very good old friend, but you are missing the most vital clue.
Watson: You have me stumped there.
Holmes: What are you looking at?
Watson: A photograph. Dammit Holmes if that is a photograph… then…
Holmes: Exactly Watson, then there must be a fourth person out there on the Moor, and given that Professor Welmer is the leader of the hated Patriarchy and expert in Game technique, it can only mean one thing.
Watson: The Swine!
Holmes: Yes Watson, there must be a woman out there somewhere on The Moor. Quick, we haven’t a moment to lose. I’ll contact Inspector Futrelle at Scotland Yard, whilst you old friend, if you hurry, can just make the 4.50pm from Paddington.

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Georice81 December 18, 2012 at 07:45

You are a good man Price. And I can see that you are a great father.

A few years ago I went to a men’s conference sponsored by TD Jakes here in Dallas. I was one of the few white men in the room but neither them nor I cared. The speaker was a gentleman who had been the ambassador to the USA from the Bahamas. He was very interesting and refreshingly non-PC. I tend not to attend any men’s conference because of all the junk that is taught but this was different. The jist of the conference was that we men are THE SOURCE in our families just as God the Father is our source. Father in Hebrew comes from the word “source”. As men we need to be leaders in the home and realize that we are the source and strength of the people under our care. That is how God made us.

The big problem in the black community and increasingly in the white as well is that men are no longer leaders. We were not taught how to be ones (on purpose) and both the men and the children end up in disarray. And the definition of real male leadership is not what the world is telling us nowdays which is in essence at best a wimped out- lukewarm version of what it should be.

With all of this in mind, it would behoove good women to acknowledge this and to encourage their husbands to be the best leaders and best fathers and to SUBMIT to them. Instead of Jezebels they need to be like Deborahs. It would also greatly benefit society that mothers also encourage their boys to be leaders in the same fashion.

For the past couple of days the media keeps reporting on the shooting at Connecticut. What nobody seems to be asking is “where was the shooter’s father?” Call me a cynic, but after looking at the mother who regrefully was also killed, one can surmise the typical life that she led and that she brought into her kid’s life.

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joeb December 18, 2012 at 20:45

The Dad is a court victim . The court gave the mom custody . I know this feeling of helplessness . This is so common now The kid in Ohio and now this one . For the rest of his life the questions will always be Could I have changed things if I would have fought harder . I know thats always in my head , When my Kids where kidnapped and tortured .
My question is why the principle .He took some time to seek her out . Nobody will ever know for sure but, was there a relationship there .
From the view I have , Single Mom , Guns in the house , Dad removed . Smells like feminist .

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Josh the Aspie December 20, 2012 at 09:12

That looks like a picture of a really sweet time between family members. I wish you many happy returns, and lots more fun with your family!

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universe December 22, 2012 at 08:52

Very much enjoyed and loved the photo Bill.

Keep having a blast with your little ones.

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