John Boot in Pajamas Media asks why women love a TV drama called Mad Men, set in the 60s before radical feminism and political correctness changed what the culture thought of “he-men”. The answer might be that women love the bad-boy lead character because they have always loved the bad-boy, always loved the guy with the hairy chest, always loved the guy who slapped them around. Political correctness may play in the lefty media and culture, but real women have always loved real men, and always will.
Pocketa pocketa pocketa
The mighty airship sang
Sailing free and fearsome in the sky
Below him Walter Mitty saw
The fleeing pirate gang
Led across the bay by Captain Bligh
The bomb bay doors flung open then
The airship lurched and breached
The bomb fell clean upon the men
As seagulls flapped and screeched
Where have they gone these mighty men
Have airships disappeared?
Do pirates now use GPS
Are Zulu foes still speared?
We haven’t gone, we’re here to stay
Though they may curse our likes
We still work hard, and women play
Behind us on our bikes