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    This guy didn't want to get MEtood...Seinfield refuses hug during interview



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    Re: This guy didn't want to get MEtood...Seinfield refuses hug during interview

    After being told "no thanks", she went for it anyway. He had to raise the hand, create a physical barrier.

    Incidentally, all the #metoo-ers ought to see how Jerry dealt with this. You interpose an arm or a hand between yourself and the person, not aggressively, but in such a way that the other person must escalate if they choose to get past that barrier. It's called establishing boundaries.

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    Re: This guy didn't want to get MEtood...Seinfield refuses hug during interview

    The non hug. Awesome Seinfeld!

    Seinfeld: I don't know who that was.
    Guy: Kesha
    Seinfeld: Okay... I wish her the best.



    There was also an episode with Larry David (who was one of the 'brains' in Seinfeld) in Curb Your Enthusiasm. Where Leon's Mama hugged him and he get an erection. Then he defended himself because the hugging was longer than five seconds.

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    Re: This guy didn't want to get MEtood...Seinfield refuses hug during interview

    #menhaveboundariestoo

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    Re: This guy didn't want to get MEtood...Seinfield refuses hug during interview

    Kie$ha has a history of making sex allegations. Seinfeld is much more successful in his field than she is in hers.

    http://www.businessinsider.com/kesha-dr-luke-complaint-allegations-lukasz-gottwald-2016-2

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    Re: This guy didn't want to get MEtood...Seinfield refuses hug during interview

    Quote Originally Posted by sam luis obispo View Post
    Kie$ha has a history of making sex allegations. Seinfeld is much more successful in his field than she is in hers.

    I like how she spells her name.

    Oh... hang on.....

    #MeToo = Hara$$ment = Law$uit = Ca$h.

    Run away $einfeld.....a$ fa$t a$ po$$ible.

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    Re: This guy didn't want to get MEtood...Seinfield refuses hug during interview

    Sienfeld also refuses to do shows on college campuses. He doesn't want to, doe$n't need to, run afoul of crazed, teenaged campus crusaders.

    This is the power of "fuck it" money.

    He has enough money that, at this stage of the game, he has the ability to say "fuck it, I don't need to do a damn thing I don't want to any more, not when it risks the money that allows me to do that."

    He saw how Michael Richards, who played "Kramer" on his show, lost everything over one politically incorrect joke.

    There is a lesson there for us MGTOW. Too many irresponsible SJW wielding too much internet and government power are happy to destroy lives and livelihoods over any perceived slight or outrage to take risks interacting with people outside an ever shrinking circle of trust.

    In one day, I uncovered a potential human land mine at work. She is a liaison officer from one of our subordinate organizations, sent here for 6 weeks. A woman in her 50s. I know how these kind of assignments can be lonely. You don't know anyone, you don't know where things are, you don't know who to talk to. The last one was a guy in his 40s, and he responded to efforts to make him feel like "a member of the team, one of the guys." This new one revealed herself as a ticking time bomb of spite and HR complaints within a day.

    On a couple of occasions, I tried to explain to her things and she reacted negatively. We have a convoluted organizational structure that took me a month to fully grasp, and we have an almost illogical room numbering system so I had to explain to her where our 2pm meeting on the second floor was located. Both times, she responded with a defensive "I already knew that," that was just shy of a "mansplaining" charge.

    When another coworker took the time to get to know her, her first non-job-at-hand topic she got into was about how there were so few women attended these staff meetings. My co-worker pointed out almost a dozen of women in leadership positions in our organization off the top of our heads. I mentioned how our most recent J-2 was a woman, a one star general. She dismissed that, saying she was only here temporarily. I resisted the urge to say that all the military personnel in our organization rotate in and out on 3 year assignments. I also resisted the urge to tell here I went 15 years in another organization that did not have any people of my ethnic group in top leadership positions.

    Instead, I saw this woman for what she was. She was worse than a land mine. She was sea mine, floating just beneath the surface of the ocean in a crowded shipping lane, maybe disguised as a life boat. Come close, and its powerful magnets will attach to your hull. In one day of interaction, she revealed herself to be bitter and capable of hurting anyone who tried to be a friendly, helpful co-worker. There is nothing to be gained by letting this snake into the circle of trust, and so much risk to salary and pension.

    Seinfeld was a comedic genius. Even if he knew who Kei$ha was, he has too much to lose by hugging second rate pop stars who are covetous, litigious, and have lawyers on speed dial, or by putting his comedy pearls before the swine that wallow in self hate on college campuses, and very little to gain.
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    How do you look out for someone you love? How do you shelter their dreams? How do you cherish their innocence? How do you guide them through life? How do you watch over their travels? How do you show them you care? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xd8PLHa6ec8

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    Re: This guy didn't want to get MEtood...Seinfield refuses hug during interview

    Quote Originally Posted by xcom View Post
    The non hug. Awesome Seinfeld!

    Seinfeld: I don't know who that was.
    Guy: Kesha
    Seinfeld: Okay... I wish her the best.



    There was also an episode with Larry David (who was one of the 'brains' in Seinfeld) in Curb Your Enthusiasm. Where Leon's Mama hugged him and he get an erection. Then he defended himself because the hugging was longer than five seconds.
    I think the erection was just a convenient plot device to end that seasons' running subplot of his inviting the Black family (that was part of the gag, they were African American, and their surname was Black) to his home after they lost theirs in Hurricane Katrina, his marrying one of them, etc. This left him free to attempt to re-connect with his ex-wife. They added cast members that didn't contribute comedically, and Larry David needed a way for them all to leave, except the J.B. Smoove character.
    What makes you happy? What brings you joy? What lifts your spirit? What tickles your fancy? What complements your mood? What catches your eye? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=durbQ7nVfQ8

    How do you look out for someone you love? How do you shelter their dreams? How do you cherish their innocence? How do you guide them through life? How do you watch over their travels? How do you show them you care? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xd8PLHa6ec8


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