Quote of the day—Mostly me these days @OCPDme

@shannonrwatts @rpatrickriley @MomsDemand Ooh, what big strong men, with their penis substitutes, intimidating unarmed people. How brave.

Mostly me these days @OCPDme
Tweeted on January 16, 2016
[It’s another Markley’s Law Monday!

If they were intimidated by what they saw perhaps they should get some counseling.—Joe]

8 thoughts on “Quote of the day—Mostly me these days @OCPDme

    • I am weirdly reminded of a minor DC villain from the old Doom Patrol comic named ‘Codpiece’.

      His schtick was… yep… he had a modular codpiece with fittings for a cannon, drill attachment, etc.

  1. this fear of penises must be pretty strong, that they project it onto inanimate objects. odd, this projection. it might explain a lot of things.

    • It DOES explain a lot; seeing a weapon and associating it with a penis.

      There was a time when seeing a strong, confident man, armed or not, would have had a calming effect.

      Do any of these people understand that women. as a demographic, are driving some of the biggest increases in firearms sales?

  2. There is a famous quote that no one can make you feel bad about yourself unless you allow them to do so. In a similar vein, there is no reason that they have to feel intimidated when they see an armed man. The fault lies with them for a cowardly attitude and for being disarmed.

    I bet if I just raised my voice to them, they would soil their panties (including their beta males).

    Being stupid, selfish, and a Democrat is no way to go through life, son.

    • “An insult is like a drink; it only affects you if you accept it.” — from Robert Heinlein’s book Glory Road.

  3. So if a gun is a penis substitute and meant to intimidate, wtf are the pussy hats and vagina costumes all about? A desire to attract ridicule and mockery? An expression of inner mental dishevelment? Am I supposed to feel intimidated? Can’t figure this one out, but to be honest, don’t care enough to try very hard.

    • You’re assuming that there are functional brains behind that display. If you lose that mistaken assumption, it’s all straightforward.

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