Mar 032011
 

I really enjoyed the first episode of A Voice For Men Radio.  It was interesting to hear other men’s stories about how they became MRAs, or MGTOWs, or etc.

Despite being radio it did have a lot of similarities to a blog.  One such similarity is how some women find it and produce a lot of written diarrhea that can be summed up as, “ME, ME, ME, ME, ME, ME, ME”.  It was requested that the only callers to this week’s show be MRAs.  The first caller, Sandy, was not a MRA but she called in anyway.  And it was a lot of, “ME, ME, ME, ME, ME, ME, ME”.  The only difference was that Paul could cut her off from speaking.  On a blog they get to post their whole comment.

It’s too bad blogs can’t cut off a woman in the middle of her writing her comments.  Instead she gets to post her whole comments and we have to delete them or down vote them.  We could save a lot of time if we could cut off a woman when she’s in the middle of writing her comment.

  8 Responses to “The Difference Between Radio And A Blog”

  1. “It’s too bad blogs can’t cut off a woman in the middle of her writing her comments. Instead she gets to post her whole comments and we have to delete them or down vote them. We could save a lot of time if we could cut off a woman when she’s in the middle of writing her comment.”

    LOL.

    It was the right move to cut her off,I think,she hijacked a men’s rights program to pimp her ERA shit. EXTREMELY poor taste. And she was rude, trying to dictate the way that Paul could respond to her, like he’s some kind of fucking robot or something that she can adjust a dial here and get a different “tone” out of him.

    “Don’t be hostile to me!”.

    HAHAHA.

    That should be the MRM’s “don’t taze me,bro.”

    Although, “don’t taze me,bro” could also be the MRM’s “don’t taze me,bro”, now that I think about it.

    • Of course she tried to hijack a men’s rights program. It’s no different than what we see on blogs. Some woman shows up and either tries to hijack the blog for her own concerns and/or make it all about her. When she finds out we won’t cater to her because she has a vagina, she goes into concern troll mode.

      At least with the radio show we can bypass all that.

  2. What exactly did ‘Sandy’ do when she called?

    • “What exactly did ‘Sandy’ do when she called?”

      Hear for yourself.

      http://www.blogtalkradio.com/avoiceformen

    • Instead of respecting the request that callers for this show be only MRAs, Sandy called in started talking about her ERA garbage, went on forever about her and her husband, and when Paul had to interrupt her to get a word in, she got pissed and said, “Don’t you interrupt me” and “Don’t be hostile to me”. That’s when Paul cut her off completely because she was trying to takeover the show. This is similar to what we have seen on blogs where women come in and get pissed that they can’t dictate the agenda.

      • “Don ‘t interrupt me!”

        “Well actually it’s my show so I’ll interrupt you if I want.”

        Paul Elam is my hero.

  3. Typical of women trying to hijack everything men made. It really is true that women almost never innovate. Even feminism was fed to women by the elites for their own purposes. Women are simply useful idiots for the elites.

  4. There is a way of doing that. Comment moderation. I use it on my blog.

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