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63 Responses to “CONTACT”

  1. J.T. October 14, 2014 at 15:56 #

    I stumbled upon your blog while looking for something that had nothing to do with feminism, let alone anti-feminism, for that matter…. But I wanted to let you know that as a father of three and a husband to an awesome chick, you need to continue doing what you are doing, because there is a lot of truth in the words you speak(type). Keep up the good work, I will now be following you and your posts from this day forward. Thanks/// Sum-Randumb-Guy

  2. Lawrence October 18, 2014 at 08:53 #

    I have been following the Bloomfield Express for some time now. The Twitter thing is a minor glitch. I would like to leave you with a quote from Margaret Thatcher.

    ‘I always cheer up immensely if an attack is particularly wounding
    because I think, well, if they attack one personally,
    it means they have not a single political argument left.’

    Keep going.


  3. Wallace Black November 8, 2014 at 13:37 #

    I bring this to your attention ma’am:

    Women criminals shouldn’t be in prison because they are special snowflakes by virtue of being women.

  4. Richard Sanford November 22, 2014 at 21:40 #

    JB, is there a way to search your comments? I commented on something a while back and can’t remember which article I commented on. You wrote a thoughtful reply to my comment, and I’d like to write a reply to your reply.

    • judgybitch November 22, 2014 at 21:52 #

      There is. When I get home I’ll message you.

      • Richard Sanford November 24, 2014 at 12:16 #

        Thank you

  5. Richard December 3, 2014 at 02:45 #

    I stumbled on your site from a link on another site, and wow…someone else who gets it. I’ve been deeply suspicious of feminism, how it took a radical turn and veered off course sometime after the 1970s. These so called “feminists” make the claim of being equal and progressive in the 21st century, but want the chivalry of the 19th century, when women were chattel. These are mutually exclusive, and too many women don’t get this. This is no different that modern political issues, which the majority of the population don’t get either. I really understand your angst; trying to teach people logic is more daunting than trying to teach string theory to a cat (the latter might be easier). Keep up the excellent work. Love your site. Oh, as for the “pay for the first date” article, you are bang on. You should bake her a dozen cunt cakes…just because she is so special and deserving.

  6. Stef January 5, 2015 at 23:18 #

    Ms. Judgy Bitch- I think I love you. :) I came across your blog by way of a post on Reddit about your Twitter account being banned. I have been an “avid lurker” on the whole Gamergate thing (My BF is a gamer and a huge men’s rights activist) and have been screaming basically what you are writing.
    Because of Gamergate and Men’s Rights sites, I have had my dander been pulled up, my eyes opened and my temper enraged. As a woman, I find all of this vitriol sickening and an embarrassment to my gender. You speak as I think and I am SO glad your Twitter got banned because otherwise I might never have heard of you. :)
    Keep up the good work!

  7. kinder January 20, 2015 at 04:55 #

    I just read you post about cooking for single on a budget. It sounds like a good idea but I think you put the cart before the horse. I was at Canadian Tire today picking up some stuff for my 19yr old son who just moved out. Canadian Tire is a cross between Home Depot and Wal-Mart.

    Here is a list that is needed before “Cooking for single guys on a budget”

    Kitchen Supplies
    Flatware set of 4
    -Table spoons (large spoons)
    You don’t need anything fancy you can usually pick these up new for under $20 or mismatched from a garage sale <$2 or thrift store <$5 total. In fact, if you eat out you can (wink wink) “borrow” them. Each set comes nicely wrapped in its own napkin.

    Dishes set of 4
    -Dinner plates
    -Soup bowls that can also be used for salad
    -Coffee mugs can also be used for tea and homemade desserts
    -Drinking glasses
    If you have to choose between glasses and mugs, go with the mugs. Glasses can’t handle hot drinks. A mismatched set from garage sale will cost less than $5. You can get matched set from a thrift store for about $15. A set of new Corel, including mugs, will cost you about $40.

    Knives and cutting board
    -10” knife
    -Paring knife to peel potatoes and some kinds of fruit
    -Cutting board should be as big, corner to corner, as your knife
    You can get cutting boards at garage sales or thrift store cheap for about $2 or new for about $8. You’ll lose your damage deposit if you cut up the kitchen counter. Knives are another story. You can get a high quality knife used at a garage sale, get it, and invest the $5 in a professional knife sharping. If not, go to the key and knife store and pick up a decent knife for around $40 and sharpener for under $10.

    Pots and pans
    -10” fry pan with lid
    -4 quart pot or sauce pot with lid
    Pans. Modern technology is Teflon. Go ahead and get one but never buy used teflon. You can get them new as cheap as low $20. You can also get a cast iron cheap for less than $5 at garage sale. Most people are happy to get rid of cast iron at garage sales so $5 is high. Cast iron lasts forever and works well if you have to put it in the oven. Get both if you can. It can become a heirloom to your great-great-great Grandchildren.
    Pots. I call a 4 quart pot a medium size pot. It’s a big pot for a can of soup. If you’re making homemade soup or sauce the pot is a bit small. It is a compromise. Besides tea water, for that special date, will boil faster. The next size down is barely big enough for a can of soup. The heavier the better. Garage sale or thrift store, less than $5. New, a decent pot will cost about $20. A complete set of pots can be over $80.

    For spatulas go with plastic. It won’t hurt your Teflon pan. A knife just doesn’t cut it as a spatula, trust me, I’ve tried. Cost, if you talk fast you can get it thrown in for free at the garage sale with the sale of the cast iron frying pan. The peeler, go with new because they are cheap and you can’t sharpen a used one. You can get one for under $5 at the knife store.

    Cooking and Baking
    -Pizza pan
    -8X8 baking pan
    Enough said. To start with these 2 can handle anything from Costco you have to cook in the oven, including, stuffed chicken breasts, poppers, brownies, or cookies. Used they are under $5 and new they are worth $10 each, just stay away from Teflon for now. Use parchment paper. Besides , who cares if your brownies stick, and a 2 tier, homemade, square birthday cake will impress anybody who knows you. You just have to cook each tier separately. I always thought round birthday cakes as stuck up.

  8. Hal January 24, 2015 at 06:30 #

    Wow! You unfriended me on facebook? How come? Because I was honest? Very disappointed & thought you of all people appreciated honesty in a man. (shrug) I respect your work & sorry if I offended you somehow.

    • judgybitch January 25, 2015 at 15:38 #

      Hal as i replied elsewhere this has happened to others and it’s not me doing it! I am trying to figure out what is going on.

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