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Lori Alexander 66: An Assortment of Cheap Whines

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Red Hair, Black Dress
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If someone hasn't already, please make a screen grab of Kerin Dippel Stascinsky 's comment on Lori's FB before her itchy delete finger gets a-twitchin'.  He calls her right out for condemning RHE for not living up to Lori's interpretation of verses.

His comment is a well written, thoughtful. well reasoned. Everything Lori hates. 

Edited to add:  Wow in the Ken comment @Lgirlrocks posted above Ken tells us flat out Lori said NO to sex in the middle of the night.  She said no to being woken up for sex.  She didn't give it up whenever he wanted.  Of course I'm sure that Lori would say that was in the bad old days before she was a submissive wife.  A submissive wife who now sleeps in a separate room and by that very act is saying "No" to 5 minutes and some lube middle of the night sex

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Pink Muffin

New video from the godly mentor. Start saving money, there is a new book coming soon. It will teatch the older women all over the world to teatch biblical womanhood because most older women don't know how to do it according to Gods Lori's plan. 

And the best part is that Lori won't make any money on the book

https://youtu.be/zidOjwAuQjo

 

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kpmom
1 hour ago, Pink Muffin said:

New video from the godly mentor. Start saving money, there is a new book coming soon. It will teatch the older women all over the world to teatch biblical womanhood because most older women don't know how to do it according to Gods Lori's plan.

 

So, how much money did Ken spend to get this opus published? 

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Frog99
2 hours ago, Pink Muffin said:

New video from the godly mentor. Start saving money, there is a new book coming soon. It will teatch the older women all over the world to teatch biblical womanhood because most older women don't know how to do it according to Gods Lori's plan. 

And the best part is that Lori won't make any money on the book

https://youtu.be/zidOjwAuQjo

 

Good gravy. Then I fell down the rabbit hole of Mrs. Midwest rambling about dressing feminine. 

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louisa05
14 hours ago, Frog99 said:

I can’t believe CA only requires a nominal fee to maintain teacher credentials. In my state, you have to pay (of course) but you also have to provide documentation that you have completed six semester hours of acceptable credit. There are requirements that outline what acceptable credits are- they are earned or taught at a regionally accredited college or university or through the state professional development credits, related to a school assignment, and earned in required reading coursework (the semester hours have mandatory content areas). You have to submit unopened transcripts. 

I wouldn’t say that teachers in my state are overpaid but they certainly are paid better than teachers in a lot of other states. With just a bachelors degree in education, a new teacher starts out in the mid 40K range. As soon as they meet the professional certification standard, they jump to the mid 50 to low 70K range (depends on the county). A master’s degree gets you in the mid 70 to 100K range. 

I agree completely. It is ridiculous that someone can maintain certification in California without working and with no continuing education. In Nebraska, you have to be actively employed as at least a half time teacher for at least two years in the period of your last certificate or submit transcripts for at least six hours of graduate credit in education or your endorsement field. My current certificate doesn't expire until 2023. Subbing doesn't count for the two years employment because schools are required to have documented professional development for staff and subs are not required to attend it. So I have to do six hours. I was just looking at online classes yesterday because I'm thinking I should knock off three hours this summer. 

Someone like Lori who is so far removed from the classroom has no business remaining certified without at least taking some continuing education whether it is graduate coursework or professional development. 

@Liza For most of the discounts available to teachers, you need either a verifiable school email if it is online or a school ID if it is in a physical store. I actively teach, usually 4 days a week, and am employed by two school districts. But I can't get the online discounts because I do not have a school email account. I can sometimes get in person ones because I do have an ID at one district. But it some places do not give it because it is labeled "Substitute" and they don't consider me to be a teacher. 

You can't just use your certificate to get discounts anywhere. So that would not be a reason for Lori maintaining it. 

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Hane

@Lgirlrocks, ah! There it is again! Frigidity—that dreadful curse of the 1950s! “Serious” movies and books of the time regularly took “frigid” women to task, as if their dreaded condition came about in a vacuum. Oh, the poor men and their all-important male gaze! I even remember seeing an article in which Barbie, when she first came out, was excoriated for being the archetype of the “frigid” and “materialistic” woman.

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Free Jana Duggar

So did Lori  actually post the recipe for her nasty salmonella dressing?  Eewww.

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19 minutes ago, Free Jana Duggar said:

So did Lori  actually post the recipe for her nasty salmonella dressing?  Eewww.

She does indeed. Raw egg yolk and all. :puke-front:

It's probably not a bad dressing, really. If it's used within a day or two, and without the egg yolk. As it is, she says it keeps up to THREE WEEKS in the fridge, egg yolk and all. No, thanks.

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Free Jana Duggar

In honor of Mother's Day...

See Lori, this is how you encourage mothers.

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molecule

Do we have a list of all of Lori's hypocrisies somewhere? I have a friend who recently discovered Lori and is angry at what she sees. I thought there was such a list here, but now that I'm looking for it I can't find it to pass along to her.

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49 minutes ago, molecule said:

Do we have a list of all of Lori's hypocrisies somewhere? I have a friend who recently discovered Lori and is angry at what she sees. I thought there was such a list here, but now that I'm looking for it I can't find it to pass along to her.

I can't even think about all of Lori's idiocy.  Helping with the JRod list was enough for a lifetime.  Lori is just one big ball of willful ignorance, bigotry, hatred, misogyny, lies, anger, jealousy...Well, name the 7 deadly sins and you have...LORI!

Today's doodle gets an "F" for a 69 (ha ha) word run-on sentence.  Qualified to teach my white, cellulite covered ass.  Just because you have a piece of paper does not make you qualified or competent.

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Red Hair, Black Dress
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If I ever needed convincing that Trey was a giant blob of putrid scum asshat, I'm now completely convinced by his comment on Lori's blog post  "Do I condemn mothers ...". 

Not going to put his words out here, just read it and grow angry for yourself.

To answer Lori's question -- Why yes, yes you do condemn working mothers.  You tell them it's a SIN, their children will become sociopaths, their children will hate them, and the women themselves will burn in Hell.  But you try to sugar coat it by saying it's not you (Lori) but God who is saying this. 

Except we all know you Lori know you speak for God -- that your interpretation of the Bible is correct. So who cares what Jesus really said. It's Lori's word that's law.

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delphinium65

Lori needs to STFU about things when she knows nothing about them.  I know, that might leave her with nothing at all to say, but...well, according to her women should be seen and not heard, right?  

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Sarah92

A woman in the comments pointed out that a husband can rape you while you're sleeping and that should be accepted by the wife but the wife gets to say no to anal and pornography. So all of a sudden women get a choice?  How does that make sense to Lori's teaching? Or to simplify that mess, women should always have a choice on what goes on in the bedroom. No matter what. No one should force things on another person. For example, I've heard stories of women who have woken up to their husband trying to force anal sex on them. According to Lori it should be fine, or is it not fine? That's what happens when you mess with consent. It leaves room for interpretation of what's okay and not okay. Men like Lori's followers take advantage of that grey area. 

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Lgirlrocks
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These are priceless. Lori, if anal sex is okay and consented by both parties how is it evil? How is rape, a husband sleeping with his wife while she is asleep or forcing her to sleep with him, not evil? You can’t decide what is holy or not in a marriage bed. 9361FEA4-DAC7-409A-BB0E-14D349AED4C0.thumb.jpeg.ef2c8e5ba17ab5e24d4ac3a5b6693d20.jpeg

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wallysmommy
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Why do I think that Ken likes to back door boogie?:brainbleach:

I just posted this on her Instagram.  Waiting to be banned in 3...2...1

wallysmommy

Please stop pleading ignorance regarding the racists who continually post on your FB page. You have been told numerous times about them, and yet you continue to engage and encourage their posting.

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Lgirlrocks

Lori uses whatever is convenient for her to prove a point. Racist but say something lori agrees with, it gets posted. Working wife and mother who says something Lori agrees with, it gets posted. Scientific facts get posted only when Lori can use them. 99B4CBBF-8ECF-478E-8429-601ABBF6E39A.thumb.png.f84d70c1ade200e45ed23fe31179189d.png

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Honey, women are expected, according to Lori, to pretend to enjoy sex when they really aren’t without getting paid. I don’t understand how porn creates unrealistic expectations for sex. I guess it’s the same with telling a women how she is to be treated by her man. Don’t want her to know she should enjoy sex because it’s fun. Don’t want her to think she should get pleasure from the sex. Or that he should be taking care of her needs.

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hollyfeller

This comment on Lori's "Do I Condemn Mother's Who Are Not Keepers at Home?" blog post makes my blood boil:

"A married woman should not work even if she has no children. The reason is simple: she’s not a man. Male masculinity empowers her feminine contribution to the family, neighbors and the community at large. A wife who bakes her neighbors a cake does more for the community than buying big screen tv’s or other stuff that will be in the landfill in a few years."

It's nuts how these people can't imagine a woman working not to buy "stuff," but to pay the bills!  I know this has been said here before, but it frustrates me to no end.  Lori wants us to marry men who make modest salaries (which is fine; a low salary doesn't make the job any less essential), but that might not provide enough for food, shelter, clothing, etc.  Wives and mothers are smart enough to get a job rather than let anyone starve!

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Briefly
30 minutes ago, hollyfeller said:

This comment on Lori's "Do I Condemn Mother's Who Are Not Keepers at Home?" blog post makes my blood boil:

"A married woman should not work even if she has no children. The reason is simple: she’s not a man. Male masculinity empowers her feminine contribution to the family, neighbors and the community at large. A wife who bakes her neighbors a cake does more for the community than buying big screen tv’s or other stuff that will be in the landfill in a few years."

It's nuts how these people can't imagine a woman working not to buy "stuff," but to pay the bills!  I know this has been said here before, but it frustrates me to no end.  Lori wants us to marry men who make modest salaries (which is fine; a low salary doesn't make the job any less essential), but that might not provide enough for food, shelter, clothing, etc.  Wives and mothers are smart enough to get a job rather than let anyone starve!

I worked before we had our daughter, sure I bought stuff.  The same stuff I buy now - you know, the frivolous stuff.  Like gasoline, groceries, our house...

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Lgirlrocks
46 minutes ago, hollyfeller said:

This comment on Lori's "Do I Condemn Mother's Who Are Not Keepers at Home?" blog post makes my blood boil:

"A married woman should not work even if she has no children. The reason is simple: she’s not a man. Male masculinity empowers her feminine contribution to the family, neighbors and the community at large. A wife who bakes her neighbors a cake does more for the community than buying big screen tv’s or other stuff that will be in the landfill in a few years."

It's nuts how these people can't imagine a woman working not to buy "stuff," but to pay the bills!  I know this has been said here before, but it frustrates me to no end.  Lori wants us to marry men who make modest salaries (which is fine; a low salary doesn't make the job any less essential), but that might not provide enough for food, shelter, clothing, etc.  Wives and mothers are smart enough to get a job rather than let anyone starve!

I guess they don’t realize that making a purchase does more for the community and economy, the thing that determines supply and demand (jobs), then making a cake for a neighbor. 

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Red Hair, Black Dress

Shaun Steele tells us that marital sex is always the hottest. Correct me here, but isn't he single?

If marital sex is the hottest, tell that to the 1000s of women married to men who do not care if their wives are pleasured, just whether they get on, get off, and roll over to snore,

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Frog99
1 hour ago, Red Hair, Black Dress said:

Shaun Steele tells us that marital sex is always the hottest. Correct me here, but isn't he single?

If marital sex is the hottest, tell that to the 1000s of women married to men who do not care if their wives are pleasured, just whether they get on, get off, and roll over to snore,

He’s married- I believe he stays at home and his wife works. 

Shaun Cantu is divorced. He appears to be into anal sex because he’s pushing back. 

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delphinium65

Now Kennie-boy is quoting that damned Biblical Gender Roles guy. 

 

 

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usmcmom

Can anybody tell me how a discussion on anal sex has anything to do with Biblical womanhood? 

Can anybody tell me how said discussion is modest or discreet?

@Ken do you have some answers for us? 

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