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Emily Dickinson #1299 (c. 1874)
Delight's Despair at setting 0%
Is that Delight is less 0%
Than the sufficing Longing 0%
That so impoverish. 0%
Enchantment's Perihelion 0%
Mistaken oft has been 0%
For the Authientic orbit 0%
Of its Anterior Sun. 0%

Votes: 1

 I don't know enough history to write it, but...

 Author:  Topic:  Posted:
Jul 24, 2001
The recent conscription story's reference to Saving Michael Ryan made me think about the effects of revisionist history on society. For example, homosexual England's attempt to claim credit for capturing the Enigma machine, contrary to what we know from U-182. We saved them from Hitler and they thank us by saying it was their drag queen commandos in their little plaid kilts who did the hard work of winnig the war! And the liberal media eats up every word of it.

But what do you expect?


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For years the've been saying that it was that English homosexual Alan Turing who cracked the Nazi codes, when the truth was it was the Marine Corps Code Talkers, not some sissy limey. The whole Alan Turing hoax is as huge as it is shameless. They claim he invented computers too; another anti-American kick in the nuts by the Gay Conspiracy. He supposedly named it Collosus, after his favorite dildo.

The whole history of WWII has been faked to heap all the credit on known homosexuals like Winston Churchill and his Queer RAF, as if all the American and Canadian pilots that really saved Gay England didn't exist. Which, from a homo point of view, "breeders" might as well not not count.

Movies like "Gladiator" or "Sparticus" are targets of the same academic-homosexual-British smear campaign. Anything that shows history from a real man's point of view is mocked and degraded by smarty pants ivory tower propagandists, who make up little historical quibbles to discredit the straight experience. Look at what they did to Alexander the Great.

Fortunately, America has Hollywood, the last bastion of real masculine, straight pride left in the world, and the most powerful force for heterosexualization we have ever put in the field. The leather shorts of hetero greatness, first worn by Charelton Heston in "Spartacus" and passed down to Thomas Magnum P.I. and his booshy mustachios, and on down to our modern kings of straightness, Dave Matthews, Tom Hanks, and Russel Crowe.

I would also cite Tom Hanks' former gay lifestlye ("Bosom Buddies") as the final evidence that you can go straight, if you really want to.


Please do not confuse culture with homosexuality (none / 0) (#1)
by Peter Johnson on Tue Jul 24th, 2001 at 02:57:45 PM PST
Does burping and scratching yourself in public make you more of a man? Must you be a savage pig in order to appreciate women?

Of course not.

The problem with white USian men is that their insecurity with regard to their sexuality compells them to overcompensate. No wonder record numbers of female college students are expirimenting with lesbianism. No wonder 78% of USian women find British accents "sexy." It's because USian men are trying to be as unattractive as possible in order to deflect charges of homosexuality.

Guess what, you're not fooling anyone. Men who are secure in their heterosexuality actually try to make themselves more attractive to women. British men do this, and I hardly think it makes them homosexual.

Are you adequate?
Are you adequate?

All I have to say is... (none / 0) (#2)
by elenchos on Tue Jul 24th, 2001 at 03:12:21 PM PST
...look at they way they twist a beautiful thing like the "I love you *cough* like a brother" scene between Danny Thomas and Charelton Heston in "Sparticus" with their Jedi mind tricks, trying to take what is clearly perfectly straight male bonding and put their crypto-homo spin on it.

But it's really about Hollywood vs. Lies. You know they say that Senator Graccus is totally made UP! He was in both "Sparticus" AND "Gladiator!" Yet you have every history professor in England running around saying he's never lived. Every one!

I do, I do, I do
--Bikini Kill

You pathetic excuse for a man (none / 0) (#3)
by suick on Tue Jul 24th, 2001 at 03:41:42 PM PST
I find your numbers to be a tad misleading. Yes, it's true that record amounts of USian women are trying out lesbianism, but, being an ignorant phallic worshipper, you mistakenly left out the reason why so many female college students are experimenting.

It's because their boyfriends told them to.

Yes, in US, where men still act like men, you'll find that women do exactly what their boyfriends tell them to. So when when a USian man tells his woman to go out and find another female for group sex, it's a virtually unheard of situation where she won't do exactly that.

The reason 78% of US women are associating British accents with sex is the result of various cultural factors meeting for an ironic turn of events. The reason for this unjustified projection involves the UK's male prissy-fication movement. Compared to the males in America, it's understandable that American women get confused as to the gender of British men. Not only that, but with the increased demand for female partners in sex, American women are getting hard-pressed to find free available women, and are thus looking overseas for candidates.

This has, in turn, generated the backlash against the British by American men (it's becoming increasingly obvious as of late). Because, when an American woman brings home a British man (who she honestly thought was 100% vagina), her husband will rightly form a negative opinion of those fake-flaming-faggots from across the pond.

c'mon, lower.

British Men (1.00 / 1) (#4)
by sventhatcher on Tue Jul 24th, 2001 at 06:39:20 PM PST
Tell me these secrets of becoming more attractive to women so I may cast aside the burdens of my fears of spontaneously transforming into a homosexual!

I will be your apprentice! I will toil away into the night. I will earn my right to stand by you in the hall of desire by the fairest of the genders! Give me a chance, I know I will not fail you!

Seriously though, I'm pretty sure not being insecure, in it's final most productive state, would not trying either way, but perhaps that's just me.

--Sven (now with bonus weblog vanity site! (MLP sold seperately))

I'm afraid I'm an American (none / 0) (#7)
by Peter Johnson on Tue Jul 24th, 2001 at 10:45:47 PM PST
I was concieved in Wyoming, born in Washington State and raised in Utah. I currently reside in Seattle Washington and work, curiously enough, in the same building I was born in.

I'm afraid I can't tell you the secrets of the British man's irresistable appeal as I don't know them. I have, however, seen them in action.

When I worked at, a group of Englishmen came over from the London office for a couple of weeks. The women at the office (quite attractive women for the most part) followed them arould like a pack of lovesick buxom 20somethings. Fortunately, the bisexual, gun toting sysadmin I was pursuing at the time was immune to their charms, and I didn't have to kill them. Unfortunately she was also immune to my charms and I spent several months in the depths of despair, too distraught to do anything but write bad poetry.

Are you adequate?
Are you adequate?

Some of those men... (none / 0) (#5)
by yankeehack on Tue Jul 24th, 2001 at 06:58:37 PM PST
Dave Matthews, he's South African, but has a sexy speaking accent.

And Russell Crowe of Gladiator (the one movie of the year which placed a dumb grin on my face) is Australian and he's got a sexy accent too.

Excuse me. Time to go.

SEE! What did I tell you!! (none / 0) (#6)
by elenchos on Tue Jul 24th, 2001 at 07:04:10 PM PST
It's just like that Arthur Turing hoax or that U-187 baloney! The damn English taking credit for EVERYTHING! The only real English are big fat dykes like Lucy Lawless. Homo == Anglo. Mano == Americano.

Don't believe me? How come they have no movies of their own?

I do, I do, I do
--Bikini Kill


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