Mother, May I Sleep With Danger? Well, just as long as you don’t marry him, honey, he might turn out to be an MRA

It’s late, I’m tired, and I have a million other things to do right now, but I could not pass this up. Seems that MRA David Usher has identified the source of the problem with American women, who are gettin’ all above themselves, thinking they have a right not to be beaten by their husbands:

Lifetime Television.

While Don Imus is being thrashed within an inch of his career for making neanderthal comments about the Rutgers Women’s Basketball team, and the real victims of the Duke Rape Case have finally been identified, radical feminists at Lifetime Movie Channel are committing acts of social violence against men that are far worse.

That’s right, kids: Melissa Gilbert and those hairy-legged radfems at Lifetime, with their soft focus and their Tinkly Pianos of Peril, are behind an even greater social menace than malicious prosecution: the Lifetime Movie!

Lifetime TV (also known as Lifetime Movie Network) has become a major socio-political mouthpiece for promulgation of the sexist agenda of radical feminism. LMN’s show schedule is loaded with sexist and myopic “documentaries” about abused women.

David, David: Help us see! Bring on the Lasik and free us from the poor vision of basic cable!

Some of LMN’s recent hate programming includes “Every Nine Seconds”, “If Someone Had Known”, “Broken Silence”, “The Promise”, “Dangerous Intentions”, “Dangerous Child”, “Fighting the Odds”, “Final Justice”, “A Life Interrupted”, “Lies Of The Heart”, “The Stranger Beside Me”, “Bastard Out Of Carolina”, and “Her Desperate Choice”. Not one of LMN’s shows honestly presents the true facts of domestic violence or holds women responsible for the half of domestic violence they DO initiate.

Wednesday on Lifetime, an honest, tragic story from the husband’s point of view: “Burnt Offerings: I Told the Bitch I Wanted My Steak Rare.”

LMN goes beyond broadcasting unsupportable broad beliefs about men and husbands; it is also a major lobbying mouthpiece of the radical feminist machine.

David Usher, however, is here to topple the radical feminist machine! He shall be Thomas Nast to Boss Twisty!

‘Cause David knows what time it is: it’s time for the radical feminist machine to lobby Congress for legislation that will punish men who just want to show their wives and girlfriends who’s really in charge:

The week of March 16th, LMN is fronting a series of events at the National Press Club in Washington D.C., apparently to scare or fool Congress into passing the International Violence Against Women Act (I-VAWA). I-VAWA is an illicit scheme intended to directly entitle feminists at the United Nations. Global feminists intend to use taxpayer dollars to force CEDAW and its array of Marcusian socialist agenda on the United States as well as the rest of the world.

No, David! Not the United Nations! Are they just going to hand over the keys to the Republic to France now? Why, next you’ll tell me that Lifetime is trying to get between American men and their God-given right to buy wives from countries where the women aren’t so uppity as those Ameriskanks who run around thinking they have rights and all that.

LMN recently scared Congress into reauthorizing the Violence Against Women Act. As part of this, the International Marriage Broker Regulation Act (IMBRA) was passed, which forms a “Berlin Wall” around the United States to prevent American men from marrying foreign women, on the notion that these women are being imported as sex slaves and are therefore victims of sex trafficking.

Oh, dear. I feel faint.

But surely, David — surely, nobody watches this stuff? I mean, it’s just a buncha chick movies.

LMN’s involvement as a feminist political machine runs deep. The National Organization for Women (NOW) works frequently with LMN, highlighting LMN’s “important public education messages” about “violence against women”. NOW is where it starts, and LMN is where a river of muck emerges in millions of homes.

Millions? My God! WHAT ABOUT THE MEN???

Lies about men and domestic violence may have millions of victims. The Duke Rape case is the most visible: Three young men nearly went to prison for thirty years based on no evidence whatsoever. VAWA provides the funding and legal process that shaped the Duke Lacrosse Rape case. David Evans testified to this personally: “Many people across this country, across this state would not have the opportunity that we did, and this could simply have been brushed underneath the rug just as another case and some innocent person would end up in jail for their entire life”

The disgusting part of this is that thousands of men rot in American jails simply because they did not have the financial resources to defend themselves against the crushing weight of the distorted prosecutorial system created by VAWA. We do not try these cases: untested allegations are “validated” under limited procedures, and men go to jail.

Now, David, you’re just being silly. Evans wasn’t talking about VAWA, he was talking about having enough money to hire good lawyers. And jail isn’t prison, silly boy.

Lifetime TV’s website features a large collection of feminist misinformation now considered so false that the U.N. Third Committee rejected the U.N. Secretary-Generals report, which was based on similar information. Feminist claims LMN disseminates are so unbelievable that even Russia rejected the same U.N. Report.

One false LMN claim comes from a debunked U.N. Population Fund report claiming that “one in three women worldwide will be beaten, raped, coerced into sex or otherwise abused in her lifetime”.

You mean this study? As for the Third Committee, is this where you’re getting your information? Doesn’t look like a rejection to me. Not a wholehearted endorsement, but not a rejection.

And, well, gosh! EVEN RUSSIA rejected it!

Which is funny, because the Russian Federation ratified the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women in 1981 (when it was still the USSR, in fact). But doesnt’ that cause problems with controlling your Russian mail-order bride?

No worries! The US still hasn’t ratified it. Something about abortion rights and Mother’s Day.

In its fictional mini-series “Human Trafficking”, LMN claims that between 14,500 and 17,500 people are trafficked into the U.S. for sale into sexual slavery each year. This wild assertion is cancelled by the truth LMN admits: despite four-year expenditures of $320-million, only 60 cases were filed and 118 convictions rendered — an insignificant 29 convictions annually — at a cost exceeding $2.7-million per conviction.

And as we all know, if someone wasn’t arrested and convicted, there wasn’t a crime at all!

LMN proudly “partners” with a large network of federally-entitled radical-feminist organizations, who misuse federal monies to generate massive quantities of false surveys and to buy propaganda time in the media, to loosen up more federal entitlements. LMN is, of course, a corrupt profiteer in this venture: these shows are ultimately partially or fully funded by taxpayer dollars as grants to feminist production houses.

You mean all those ads for Febreze don’t defray the costs at all?

When is Congress going to do the right thing and revise or rescind the Violence Against Women Act?
Congress would never permit PBS to violate fairness-in-broadcasting standards, or to lobby Congress with our federal dollars in the broadside manner demonstrated by LMN. The misinformation LMN expounds is essentially identical to serious misrepresentations of fact that caused PBS to quietly but unapologetically withdraw its documentary “Breaking The Silence” in 2006.

Anyone upset about Don Imus should be much more concerned about the Lifetime Movie Network. Imus’s comments did not actually harm anyone. LMN’s agenda wreaks havoc in marriages and emotivates passage of laws based on the deeply sexist, anti-marriage political agenda of radical feminism. This creeping agenda has led to a national divorce rate of over 50%, drives today’s record rates of non-marriage and illegitimacy, and is the primary predictor of poverty for women and children.

Dammit, if it weren’t for Lifetime movies, there wouldn’t be any divorce at all! And being married, NO MATTER WHAT, is better for women.

And Imus’s comments didn’t hurt anyone. Hey, those Rutgers players are nobody. And so is Gwen Ifill. And…

As an issue of corporate responsibility, cable companies such as Charter and Comcast should drop the Lifetime Movie Network from their line-up immediately. LMN’s agenda is exceptionally damaging to women, children, and men.

LMN must start planting seeds for personal growth and happiness in women, and stop planting dynamite in their heads. LMN’s programming should positively impact mental health of its viewers, not practice unsound psychological principles inculcating unhealthy beliefs that drive women to harm themselves and their marriages.

Unhealthy beliefs like, “I don’t have to stay married to someone who beats me and tries to control me.”

And what’s your solution, David?

For example, viewers need policies and programming that helps and encourages alcoholic or drug-addicted women into recovery programs. LMN’s programming automatically blames men for any and all marital conflict, teaches women to resolve all problems by evicting the husband from the family. This leaves troubled women do “do it all” on less money, while children are raised by a struggling alcoholic mother.

Corporate responsibility calls for marriage-building policies and programming that helps women work positively through the common problems of marriage and aging – such as the two-year baby blues, the four-year boredom, the seven-year itch, the fifteen-year mid-life crisis, retirement, and menopause.

Lifetime Movie Network’s programming hurts far more women than it helps. Its cultish programming crudely projects all imperfections and dissatisfactions of life and marriage uniquely on husbands. In psychology, “projection” of one’s problems on another person is a classic marker of the dysfunctional personality. The teaching of mass dysfunctionality by LMN is disgusting to any reasonable person, and is absolutely indefensible on any grounds.

Clearly, Lifetime should promote the idea that women are weak-willed and need men to protect them, that they’re responsible for all the problems in any given relationship, and that if they divorce, they’ll be broken, drunken, selfish sluts. And they really need to get David a sandwich.

In other words, Lifetime should become like all the other networks.

Via Amanda, who got it from Vanessa.


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59 Responses to Mother, May I Sleep With Danger? Well, just as long as you don’t marry him, honey, he might turn out to be an MRA

  1. Blue Jean says:

    Wow. And here I thought I was just vegging out when I was watching “Women in Peril Week” on Lifetime. I had no idea I was subverting the entire patriarchal establishment.

    Thanks for making me feel more radical, Dave. But I’m still not getting you a sandwich.

  2. Thorn says:

    Now now, I really don’t think you’re giving David fair credit, here. He did get one thing right:

    Lifetime Movie Network’s programming hurts far more women than it helps.

    Though maybe it does not mean what he thinks it means.

  3. Wednesday on Lifetime, an honest, tragic story from the husband’s point of view: “Burnt Offerings: I Told the Bitch I Wanted My Steak Rare.”

    Mmmkay: next time you’re gonna drop a line that funny on us, you should maybe warn us not to read the post while drinking Diet Coke?

    *wipes down computer screen*

    *doffs imaginary hat*

  4. Lara says:

    I never thought I would see the day where I am defending Lifetime….but here it is….
    Wow, David needs to get a clue. Apparently, there’s a huge “men’s rights” movement in New Zealand and Australia that tries to tout the same stupid lies. Amazing how these white “Westerners” lash out at Muslim countries for their sexism when they treat women like crap themselves. Sheesh.
    I mean do I need to comment anymore on this guy?

  5. Mnemosyne says:

    “Lies about men and domestic violence may have millions of victims. The Duke Rape case is the most visible: Three young men nearly went to prison for thirty years based on no evidence whatsoever.”

    I know I shouldn’t be astonished by anything MRAs do, but I’m surprised that they took the Duke case boys to their heart and not, say, Anthony Capozzi, who really was genuinely harmed by a faulty rape case.

    Almost makes you think the Duke case really was about race and class to these guys, doesn’t it? Hmmm. Either that, or these guys think that getting your name and face on TV is worse than spending 22 years in prison for a crime you didn’t commit.

  6. kidlacan says:

    exactly what sort of programming is supposed to help women “work positively through” menopause? and shouldn’t Spike TV correspondingly have programming to help men build their marriages, if we’re going on a social-responsibility jag? the 8.5 year i-want-to-bang-that-hawt-temp personal crisis, the 6 year beer-belly-development…. oh, wait, i guess that would cut too heavily into Wacky Japanese Gameshow Rerun Time.

    i’d actually consider watching lifetime if it involved more dynamite-planting. or if they still showed reruns of homicide.

  7. Karl Wallinger says:

    You left out my favorite part: “…in fact young university women in most nations are statistically more violent than young men.”

  8. slythwolf says:

    Wait, Lifetime is feminist now? How is the notion that women need their own channel–and that that channel should be filled with B movies and reruns of The Golden Girls–remotely feminist?

  9. Tanooki Joe says:

    David Usher, however, is here to topple the radical feminist machine! He shall be Thomas Nast to Boss Twisty!

    Beautiful.

    Boss Twisty would actually be a cool nickname…

  10. Jennifer says:

    Wow. In a completely suprising turn, this makes me want to watch Lifetime more.

    I mean, I rag on it, but my Grandma watches those movies of the week, and she is old, still refers to Black people as “colored,” and because of Lifetime, she has seen the movie about what’s her name- Gwen A-something, the transexual who was beaten to death at 17. I mean, really, there is no other way she would learn about people like that, and that movie made it real for her.

    What I like about most of the movies- yes, the woman faces adversity, usually from men, but- especially in movies based on real people- they fight back through legal means to stick it to their abuser and then often get laws passed to stop the sick behavior.

    Please note, this might not make sense when the sun comes up. So lets just say- yay Lifetime!

  11. belledame222 says:

    god, i don’t know. watch more Lifetime or (shudder) read David Usher to find out why? i’ll take door number 3, Alex.

    i do like the idea of him waking up in the middle of the night, screaming with terror after having watched one too many “man-hating” MOW’s on Lifetime.

    “It’s only a movie…it’s only a movie…”

    soothes himself back to sleep with the toy monster truck collection no doubt

    (Gwen Araujo)

  12. Mostly Normal says:

    Wow. In a completely suprising turn, this makes me want to watch Lifetime more.

    I totally agree. I mean, you know I love the Nanny and Golden Girls, but I had no idea that watching them made me a better feminist.

    Not one of LMN’s shows honestly presents the true facts of domestic violence or holds women responsible for the half of domestic violence they DO initiate.

    Clearly this dude has not watched a lot of Lifetime. Remember the Judith Light movie about female domestic abusers? Riveting!

    and shouldn’t Spike TV correspondingly have programming to help men build their marriages, if we’re going on a social-responsibility jag? the 8.5 year i-want-to-bang-that-hawt-temp personal crisis, the 6 year beer-belly-development…. oh, wait, i guess that would cut too heavily into Wacky Japanese Gameshow Rerun Time.

    I say, they let us have our early-90’s politely empowering movies, and Spike gets to keep “big breasted chicks on a trampoline.”

  13. iain says:

    This guy is unhinged.

    This creeping agenda … is the primary predictor of poverty for women and children.

    What does that even mean?

  14. A Pang says:

    Well, apparently the more you identify as a radical feminist, the more likely it is that you’re poor. No, I don’t get it either.

  15. Mostly Normal says:

    The “MRA” (seriously, what?) people have made a mess of Wikipedia’s entry for the VAMA. Anybody who knows how to edit/enjoys editing Wikipedia better than idea should take a crack at it:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Violence_Against_Women_Act

  16. evil fizz says:

    Mostly Normal, I’ve removed the links to Phyllis Schlafly and the Eagle Forum as authoritative sources. I’ll edit it more fully later on today.

    *headdesk*

  17. Frumious B says:

    Wednesday on Lifetime, an honest, tragic story from the husband’s point of view: “Burnt Offerings: I Told the Bitch I Wanted My Steak Rare.”

    I love you zuzu. Will you marry me?

  18. Blitzgal says:

    Let me get this straight:

    -it’s important to be tough on crime and criminals have way too many rights due to the ACLU liberals–except for accused rapists, who are the victims of a feminist conspiracy.

    –out of the hundreds of people being held for years without charges on suspicion of terrorism, there has been one conviction. But it’s actually the investigation of human trafficking that is meritless.

    –cheap exploitation films that sensationalize violence against women are actually part of a vast feminist conspiracy to create the delusion that women are vulnerable to rape and battery. Because clearly no one ever actually harms a woman. Not ever. But we’re in Iraq because we need to liberate the people and isn’t it wonderful that women are actually allowed to go to school in Afghanistan again? We did that! USA is awesome.

  19. Robert M. says:

    The Duke Rape case is the most visible: Three young men nearly went to prison for thirty years trial based on no evidence whatsoever.

    There, fixed.

    LMN must start planting seeds for personal growth and happiness in women…

    Because them wimmins is just fallow fields, waiting for someone with agency to bestow his seed upon them. I was worried when it started to look like this moron was going to make it all the way through the piece without dipping into medieval agricultural metaphors–glad to see he didn’t disappoint.

  20. alphabitch says:

    “…Tinkly Pianos of Peril …”

    Tinkly Pianos of Peril!!!??? The whole post is brilliant, but the Tinkly Pianos of Peril just made my day. Although “He shall be Thomas Nast to Boss Twisty!” is pretty funny too. And I can’t wait for “Burnt Offering” to come out on DVD.

    Thank you.

  21. little light says:

    I totally agree. I mean, you know I love the Nanny and Golden Girls, but I had no idea that watching them made me a better feminist.

    Honey, watching The Golden Girls will make you a better everything. Oh, that Blanche, always getting in trouble with the wrong rest-home Lothario!

    (And Jennifer, hey, there’s that. My mother wouldn’t read anything I suggested to her, but she watched a relevant “Oprah” and Transamerica, and seems to have calmed down, some, you know? She wouldn’t trust my sources, but the magic box made with the safer pictures, and it’s a start.)

  22. Mnemosyne says:

    And one bit of info on “Lifetime” movies:

    When I was in film school, one of my screenwriting teachers was being courted by Lifetime to write a movie for them (he had a pretty solid track record of TV movie writing). They have a very specific outline that you have to follow of what needs to happen when. It was cracking him up that he was getting ready to write what he considered to be the ultimate Lifetime movie: woman with deadly disease is in peril and trying to save her child. The whole outline was very carefully market-tested with the target audience, so you’re not allowed to stray from it at all.

  23. I wonder what he thinks about that channel Oxygen?

    :)

  24. bellatrys says:

    More reports on the verdict here

  25. wildstarryskies says:

    No, Robert, it should go like this..

    The Duke Rape case is the most visible: Three young men nearly to trial trial based on insufficient evidence.

  26. wildstarryskies says:

    ugh ugh, i messed that up.

    The Duke Rape case is the most visible: Three young men nearly went to trial based on insufficient evidence.

    I don’t know how to do the cross-out thing?

  27. preying mantis says:

    Strike-through: [s][/s] Only the brackets are greater than and less than signs instead, so the text looks like this.

  28. preying mantis says:

    That’s weird. It showed up properly in the preview window.

  29. StarWatcher says:

    Sometimes it helps to use the whole word.

    <strike>crosses out</strike>

    This works in preview but, as I found out last week, preview does not always equal what’s actually posted. The acid test is to hit “submit comment”, so…

  30. Casey says:

    Actually, Lifetime Movie Network is an offshoot of Lifetime TV, not one and the same channel. [/TV gofer]

  31. Legs Sadovsky says:

    holy cow. Because this guy obviously has nothing better to do but obsess over Lifetime inbetween beating his Russian Mail Order bride because she’s starting to ask questions. And I never thought I’d be on Lifetime’s side.

  32. A Pang says:

    I wonder what he thinks about that channel Oxygen?

    Don’t let him discover there are two women’s TV networks. His head might explode from the sheer gynocentricity of it all. Because marketing things to women is, of course, calculated to make them spend money, which they can only acquire by reeling in some helpless sucker, divorcing him, and shaking him down for child support and alimony. And the misfortunes of men are what the radical feminism industry feeds on.

    *snort*

  33. Robert M. says:

    wildstarry–

    You’re right, of course. I was merely trying to underscore the ridiculousness of the rampant “they nearly went to prison!” hyperbole.

    My theory is that the reason that MRAs looooove the Duke case (instead of, as Mnemosyne pointed out, a case where someone was falsely convicted for rape) is because accusations leveled by a poor, minority sex worker against righteous, innocent good ol’ boys fit their faux-martyred viewpoint so much better.

    It’s a sort of antidote to the picture Lifetime (for all its faults) presents: if they can more easily other victims of abuse, then they don’t have to face up to the fact that those victims could be their sisters, mothers, or daughters.

  34. Moira says:

    bellatrys, that’s one of the most revolting things I’ve ever heard of.

  35. Kristen from MA says:

    In psychology, “projection” of one’s problems on another person is a classic marker of the dysfunctional personality.

    seriously.

  36. Mostly Normal says:

    gynocentricity

    That word makes me think of objects spinning around a vagina.

  37. Vera Venom says:

    “I know I shouldn’t be astonished by anything MRAs do, but I’m surprised that they took the Duke case boys to their heart and not, say, Anthony Capozzi, who really was genuinely harmed by a faulty rape case.”

    The Duke case was national. The Bike Path Rapist case is generally just known to those in the WNY/Southern Ontario region.

    It only suits them to spin that which everyone knows about. And actually wrongly convicted man who didn’t get national attention doesn’t qualify.

  38. Lorelei says:

    gynocentricity

    That word makes me think of objects spinning around a vagina.

    ME TOO. god, this is giving me weird ideas now… :O

    :P

  39. Smartparol says:

    Call me “Country Bumkin”, but what is “MRA”?

  40. Smartparol says:

    Whoops. I meant “Bumpkin”. Duh.

  41. Lorelei says:

    Men’s Rights Activist.

    …whatever rights they need.

  42. BStu says:

    Wow. Just wow.

    One imagines that when crafting a message to sway corporations to your cause, “They work to protect women from domestic abuse” is probably not a talking point often used against someone. One imagines because it would fail quite miserably.

    “They raise awareness about domestic violence!”

    “Why that does sound like a worthy cause. Do you want us to make a grant?”

    “No! You don’t understand. That’s why you should cut ties with them or we’ll publicize your support for them.”

    “Say, that’s quite the offer. We do nothing at all and you’ll generate publicity making our corporation look great. And you’ll do it for free. That’s a better deal than our PR firm. Sign us up.”

  43. Elizabeth says:

    And now I admit that I do, in fact, enjoy Lifetime when I actually watch tv. I gotta say, it does present these topics, but there are plenty of times women are seen more sexualized and whatnot (but I suppose it is reflecting on society today.)

  44. wildstarryskies says:

    since i’m on a roll here, could you guys tell me how to:

    1.blockquote
    2. bold
    3.italics

    pretty please?

  45. Allison says:

    The Duke case was national. The Bike Path Rapist case is generally just known to those in the WNY/Southern Ontario region.

    Also, Anthony Capozzi is schizophrenic. Considering the opinions many of the people on the right have expressed over the last week about people with mental illnesses, I hardly expect them to make “one of them Crazies” their poster boy.

    Of course, that just makes them bigger assholes.

  46. Allison says:

    wildstarryskies,

    Bold is either &#60b&#62text&#60/b&#62 or &#60strong&#62text&#60/strong&#62 (the second choice will have an effect on reading software for the visually-impaired, I think).

    Italics is &#60i&#62text&#60/i&#62 or &#60em&#62text&#60/em&#62 (second choice has an effect on reading software, too).

    Blockquote is &#60blockquote&#62

    text

    &#60/blockquote&#62.

    The &#60&#62 represent the inclusion of markup; the / represents closing that particular piece of markup. Don’t forget the / in your second tag in the set, though!

  47. Allison says:

    AAAAARRRGH! They worked in the preview!

    *shamefaced*

  48. MikeEss says:

    Here is a page on Pandagon on HTML formatting. I think most of these things works correctly here…

  49. Allie says:

    bellatrys, that’s … I have no words for how awful and ridiculous that story is. I don’t know whether to say “thanks for the link”…

  50. Melissa M. says:

    Off topic: I don’t know if any of you already saw, but the New York Times is reporting that Mexico City lawmakers voted to legalize abortion today.

  51. zuzu says:

    since i’m on a roll here, could you guys tell me how to:

    1.blockquote
    2. bold
    3.italics

    pretty please?

    For all of the above:

    Highlight the text you want quoted, bolded or italicized in the text box.

    Click one of the handy buttons at the top of the textbox: “quote,” “bold,” or “italic.”

    Et voila!

  52. MikeEss says:

    zuzu, you guys make too damn easy. The Pandagon way makes you tougher!… :)

  53. wildstarryskies says:

    Wow, thread still going.

    anyway, I wanted to add a completely useless remark.

    So, all of you, your favorite way to waste an afternoon is to watch LMN, please raise your hands.

    *raising hand*

  54. Alexandra Lynch says:

    You know, now I feel bad admitting that I don’t watch Lifetime and would rather have it off my lineup. (As I don’t currently have cable, it is.) But I can appreciate its value in trickling into women’s minds that “if he hits you it’s abuse” and “people worse off than you have divorced and survived and been happy”.

    We have to talk to people in language they understand.

  55. Taube says:

    Shorter MRA: “Civil rights are a two-way street, you know. The rights of her face end where my fist begins.”

    Also: I always found Lifetime movies rather boring, but now I kind of want to watch some . . . if David Usher isn’t the intellectually dishonest, misogynistic asshole that he appears to be, he is one of the greatest practitioners of reverse psychology ever!

  56. blucas! says:

    Funny, Lifetime just came out with their fall offerings today:

    quote TV guide:

    “Future offerings include the one-hour dramas Chambermaid about an attorney fresh out of law school clerking for a powerful judge; Bailey Weggins, the adventures of a divorcee-cum-investigative reporter; Burnt Toast, based on the memoir by Desperate Housewives’ star Teri Hatcher”

    haha a woman clerking for a powerful judge. Now I know Lifetime is a fantasy land.

  57. Rose says:

    I always knew the Golden Girls were agents of the secret radical feminist agenda!

    That must be why I love them so damn much!

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