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A question of loyalty

You tell me what is wrong with alot of women today.  A man was friends with a woman on this site for a long time and had her as his number one friend. Another friend got jealous and then emailed the man's friend making threats and just being a real ass.  The man then confronts this jealous friend and tells her to stop.  She does not.  He then tells her off, deletes her, blocks her and writes a memo blast describing what a psycho bitch she was.  This was after she did this on numerous occasions and was pleaded with by the man.  The man had enough and took action. 

A short time after, a man who was the number two friend of the man's number one woman friend then sent a very threatening email to the man who defended her from the psycho bitch. The man told off this jealous guy and blocked him from sending any more threatening emails.  He told his friend of this and what did she do?  She then made him her number two friend and left flirtatious messages on this jackass man's hover page!  What a totally disloyal rotten no good bitch!

This TOTAL LACK OF LOYALTY AND HONOR is becoming a trend with people in general and women in particular.  One of my greatest values in life is loyalty.  Anyone who is disloyal is NOT a friend of mine and will be deleted immediately.  No wonder this world is going to hell!
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Women....why men will NEVER understand them!

When you hear about women saying "all men are the same" it makes me laugh.  The truth of the matter is that no, not all men are the same......women CHOOSE the same kind of men.  The good ones that they overlooked because apparently they weren't good enough is the real reason women think "all men are alike".  This same warped mentality is also tapped into by women deliberately to control men.  Many women will have plenty of men to flirt with behind the scenes; talking dirty to them on cellphones and maybe even having secret rendezvous with them.  These same women are the ones that believe its perfectly ok for them to has as many man friends as they want, but then expect their men to be exclusive to them.  A man who makes comments on pics on this site or even flirts with other women are then "moralized" to by these women and constantly hit over the head with their so-called "transgressions".    But it is apparent who is the real guilty party here.  One action is out in the open and subject to scrutiny (men's comments on women's pics), and the other is secret and clandestine (women dirty cellphone talk and secret romps in the hay).   Is it any wonder why men will never understand women? 
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no. 8 of Top 10 Cruel Things Women Do To Men

No.8 - Use men as placeholders

Maybe you’ve been in a relationship for a while and you notice that her eye is starting to wander. She’s starting more fights with you or not bothering to fight at all anymore. Her friends get quiet when you walk into a room. She’s avoiding your phone calls. Her things are disappearing from your place. The AM article Breakup Warning Signs talked about all these hints that she’s thinking about putting an end to your relationship and, well, they’re cruel things.

If she is a decent person, she’ll just get it over with and dump you already, but if she’s cruel, she’ll hold on to you for a while until somebody new comes along. These girls don’t like to be alone and without a relationship, so instead of putting you out of your misery and ending it, she’ll string you along until she meets someone to replace you. If she’s really cruel, she’ll start things up with him before she’s finalized the breakup with you.


Taken from AskMen.com



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Women relationship hypocrites
You tell me what is wrong with this picture. A man dates a woman and they
became intimate. He flirted with other women online who were far away from
him, and she became angry because of it. She, however, also clandestinely
flirted with men online who were geographically close to her. As their
relationship became increasingly strained, the man felt as if she were
seeing other men. She denied it continuously and lied on several occasions
when the man asked her to just tell him if she were seeing another man. She
kept telling the man she loved him and that she was not doing anything
wrong. Not being able to take any more, the man broke up with the woman
after he just knew she was lying to him. After the break up, the man made a
fake profile and lured the woman into believing the fake online fella
wanted her. She confessed to this fake guy that she was indeed seeing
another man when she and her boyfriend were still on good terms. Despite
this, the man tried to make friends with the woman. She agreed to be his
friend, but she knew he wanted more. After a while, the man then saw the
profile of one of the men she was a real good friend with. He seemed like a
decent guy...single and with a cute little 5 month old boy. But then it
became apparent that friendship was more than just that. He bought her pics
and she bought his, leaving comments on his pics like "this is my man" and
" I cant wait to touch you and be with you" . Then she started to use the
"L" word again. Ironically, this guy would log in to his account at 4 in
the morning and flirt with other women....women who were minutes or just a
little drive away, while she was several hours away. Did she care? NO! It
was perfectly O.K.. Also ironically, he did not have her on his top
friends, but she has him on her top friends.. The ex boyfriend has her on
his top friends, but she does not have him on her top friends. After trying
to tell the woman about this guy and the fact that she looks desperate,
what does she do? She tells her new beau to make his profile private. Can
you see why some people become bitter? Is this woman a self-centered
hypocrite? Guess its just the way of the world. And it must be related to
an earlier blog I wrote about with a reference to the "Guppy Syndrome".

http://www.damninteresting.com/guppy-love





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What I learned of relationships
I have learned in my experiences, and it may just be me and not a fact for
anyone else to replicate, that average males have a tough road ahead of
them to acquire a new mate, while even average females have a line of males
at their door ready to service them. It seems if a male is just your
average Joe, he may be just a rebound, a temporary distraction from a
boring life, or someone that fills a fleeting need of a woman who either
has low self-esteem or is not wanted by anyone else at that particular
time. Once she finds someone else, however, the "temporary distraction" is
kicked to the curb and the more desirable male is acquired. Ironically,
even possessive and jealous women will wait in line for a desirable male to
service her and not have a problem sharing him with other women so as long
as she "gets some". The poor ole average Joe, however, will have much
explaining to do if he so much as even looks at another woman little lone
flirt with one or make comments on a woman's pictures.

In summary, it would seem that if a male has very desirable qualities with
the majority of women, he can have many girlfriends that will fight over
him and have no problem sharing him. The average male though must be
exclusive to a woman in order for her to keep him. If poor ole Joe don't
have those qualities every woman desires, he must himself get in line to
service even the most average woman, and can be kicked at any time. This
female hypocrisy is seen nearly everywhere, in almost every culture, and at
its most basic, the animal kingdom itself. This is most evident in this
very interesting article and it expresses everything I have observed with
women and with other people's relationships for over 20 years:

http://www.damninteresting.com/guppy-love

Enjoy!






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Women relationship hypocrites
You tell me what is wrong with this picture. A man dates a woman and they
became intimate. He flirted with other women online who were far away from
him, and she became angry because of it. She, however, also clandestinely
flirted with men online who were geographically close to her. As their
relationship became increasingly strained, the man felt as if she were
seeing other men. She denied it continuously and lied on several occasions
when the man asked her to just tell him if she were seeing another man. She
kept telling the man she loved him and that she was not doing anything
wrong. Not being able to take any more, the man broke up with the woman
after he just knew she was lying to him. After the break up, the man made a
fake profile and lured the woman into believing the fake online fella
wanted her. She confessed to this fake guy that she was indeed seeing
another man when she and her boyfriend were still on good terms. Despite
this, the man tried to make friends with the woman. She agreed to be his
friend, but she knew he wanted more. After a while, the man then saw the
profile of one of the men she was a real good friend with. He seemed like a
decent guy...single and with a cute little 5 month old boy. But then it
became apparent that friendship was more than just that. He bought her pics
and she bought his, leaving comments on his pics like "this is my man" and
" I cant wait to touch you and be with you" . Then she started to use the
"L" word again. Ironically, this guy would log in to his account at 4 in
the morning and flirt with other women....women who were minutes or just a
little drive away, while she was several hours away. Did she care? NO! It
was perfectly O.K.. Also ironically, he did not have her on his top
friends, but she has him on her top friends.. The ex boyfriend has her on
his top friends, but she does not have him on her top friends. After trying
to tell the woman about this guy and the fact that she looks desperate,
what does she do? She tells her new beau to make his profile private. Can
you see why some people become bitter? Is this woman a self-centered
hypocrite? Guess its just the way of the world. And it must be related to
an earlier blog I wrote about with a reference to the "Guppy Syndrome".

http://www.damninteresting.com/guppy-love





Add a Comment
What I learned of relationships
I have learned in my experiences, and it may just be me and not a fact for
anyone else to replicate, that average males have a tough road ahead of
them to acquire a new mate, while even average females have a line of males
at their door ready to service them. It seems if a male is just your
average Joe, he may be just a rebound, a temporary distraction from a
boring life, or someone that fills a fleeting need of a woman who either
has low self-esteem or is not wanted by anyone else at that particular
time. Once she finds someone else, however, the "temporary distraction" is
kicked to the curb and the more desirable male is acquired. Ironically,
even possessive and jealous women will wait in line for a desirable male to
service her and not have a problem sharing him with other women so as long
as she "gets some". The poor ole average Joe, however, will have much
explaining to do if he so much as even looks at another woman little lone
flirt with one or make comments on a woman's pictures.

In summary, it would seem that if a male has very desirable qualities with
the majority of women, he can have many girlfriends that will fight over
him and have no problem sharing him. The average male though must be
exclusive to a woman in order for her to keep him. If poor ole Joe don't
have those qualities every woman desires, he must himself get in line to
service even the most average woman, and can be kicked at any time. This
female hypocrisy is seen nearly everywhere, in almost every culture, and at
its most basic, the animal kingdom itself. This is most evident in this
very interesting article and it expresses everything I have observed with
women and with other people's relationships for over 20 years:

http://www.damninteresting.com/guppy-love

Enjoy!






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