Chris V Corliss: Publish Anything and I Will Sue You!

I had worked on Hillary Clinton’s campaign in 2008. I thought her greater experience would serve the nation better than newcomer, Barack Obama. The country swung toward Obama and the rest is history. Yet I noticed a sad trend was developing across the land while working within the Clinton campaign. Women were demanding a voice — and in most cases, blaming men for their troubles. The hatred of men is consuming our national dialogue:

Misandry: the hatred of, contempt for, or prejudice against men or boys. It is parallel in form to misogyny, and either “misandrous” or “misandristic” can be used as adjective forms of the word. Misandry can manifest itself in numerous ways, including sexual discrimination, female privilege, denigration of men, violence against men, sexual objectification of men, “or more broadly, the hatred, fear, anger and contempt of men”.

Debbie Smith Webster: It’s time for me to address all of your trolling. All of the posts, not just this one. Women are allowed to call out spades, and I doubt that you’ve ever championed anything other than your toxic self-centered ego or misogynistic views.

Ms. Webster “doubts” I have championed anything. She doubts? Is she calling me a liar? How ironic! Women are upset that men DOUBT their claims of harassment or abuse, but does that make Debbie sensitive to trusting what I say? She claims I am toxic for stating I am a “fragile” male yet served my community to protect women and People of Color. She sees a man and simply spews hatred about him. This is misandry.

Ms. Webster added, “We all get to like what we like and are under no obligation to desire you. Now do you understand?”

Yes, WE ALL (men and women) get to like what we like. As I pointed out, I’m a nice and respectful male to women. Yet when I look like a nerd, as many boys look growing up, YOU do not respect us. You kick us to the curb. Yet when I’m the star athlete, or big businessman, or powerful politician, then YOU love us.

What message are you sending to men? We must be powerful, rich, successful, cool — for YOU to like us. But THOSE TYPE of men are predators.

Quiet, smart, respectful men are invisible to YOU. Thus, men learn. If we want YOUR affection, we become LIKE them! You want the BAD boy; you want the egotistical Rooster. This is who YOU like; and, to win YOUR affection, we BECOME like them.

So, yes, you are creating the predators. YOU do it all the time!


Debbie Smith Webster (left), Misandristic Female

Amy Smith: NOTE — how Ms. Smith “womansplains” to me; how she condescends. I had written initially (my words in italics)

I’m male. I’m fragile. I admit it. Society says, “You’re a guy; be tough. Go to war; be rough. Stand up to bullies; be a fighter. Do the right thing; have morals.”

Why should I? Why not you? My dad threw me out of the house in 3rd grade when he caught me hiding from the schoolyard bully. He said, “Learn to be a man. If you don’t stand up now, you’ll never stand.” I did stand. I kicked his a**. All the girls and wimpy boys wanted to be my friend. I just wanted to be left alone.

When I was about 18, my government said, “Pick up this weapon, register for the draft, your country needs you to fight some little man elsewhere around the world.” I didn’t want to go. Why not the women who demand equal treatment? They don’t register for the draft. They aren’t raised in fear!

My society forced me to fight; to stand up; to develop what many women claim is “toxic masculinity.” I would have loved to be safe. I would have preferred to have others save me, protect me, do things for me. Yet my father, and mother, reminded me frequently that the world does not owe anyone a living. It seems the Millennial generation believes they are owed something. They do not have the COURAGE to stand up and fight. They are excellent at criticizing others.


Here is the thing Martin you say you want to be heard. Give me an example of a time when men have not been heard. When they were treated as property or less than. You are approaching this from your perspective alone. From your hurts and triggers. Right now women are finding their voice. Their ability to express themselves and you are trying to instead of listening, you are making it about you and your issues.

Women claim MEN are holding them back; they claim White Males have privilege; they want us to listen. We are listening. I hear you. What do you want us to do? Women want equality. Okay, do what men have done. We FOUGHT. We couldn’t ask others to listen. We couldn’t ask others to fight for us. We had to STAND UP and fight. Why won’t women fight?

If you want to be an advocate if you are the man you say you are, then why are you not taking the time to listen? Why are you not saying, because I care about women I want to hear and understand? Why are you not saying I hear you but I don’t get it? Please help me to understand. You are not doing those things. You are not expressing empathy, compassion or the desire to learn or grow. You have spent all this time making it about you and your experiences as a man.

I hear you; men hear you. But I am not here to be YOUR advocate. You are a powerful woman. You do not need me or a man. Why do you even need me to listen? Just Do It!

What are you doing? What is your end game and how do you think you are doing in achieving it? Please take some time for self-reflection take someone to think about the hurt and pain you have seen not just today but that women have experienced and for god’s sake please take some time to just listen with an open mind.

What am I doing? I am union. I am a steward. I am a vice president of a union. I fight. I save jobs. I earned my women coworkers raises and better conditions. Did you?

If you truly want to be heard you do not start the conversation with caps. It hurts your message from the start. It makes people not interested in hearing what you actually have to say. You have to know your audience and how best to approach the subject so that they will actually learn something not write you off. The way you began rubs me the wrong way from the beginning and it discredits you and your argument.

Where did I start my conversation with caps? (I didn’t) Why is this woman lecturing me about how to write? This is what we call an ad hominem attack. She refuses to answer my questions. She simply attacks my person and character. This is an example of misandry.

Dude i explained what you learn in any communications class in college look up know your audience. I was not attacking it was basic communication skills.

An ad hominem, short for argumentum ad hominem, means responding to arguments by attacking a person’s character, rather than to the content of their arguments. I did not attack your character. I pointed out you are alienating your audience because of how you choose to present your argument. I never attacked you or your character. I didn’t say that you were mansplaining to me like you did to me. I never used all caps which is known to be yelling.

Repeatedly, I wrote to Ms. Smith — you are ATTACKING me. I am asking YOU to STOP attacking me. No!!! No!!! No!!! And, NO means no, doesn’t it? Please stop attacking me. Simply answer MY question. Did you serve as a steward in a union?

Ms. Smith asked me, “I want you to look back at my words and tell me where I have attacked you.”

Attack: If you truly want to be heard you do not start the conversation with caps.

Attack: You have to know your audience and how best to approach the subject

Attack: you seem to want a pat on the back for doing the right thing.

Attack: If you really want to be an advocate for women I implore you to please take time and listen to our experiences.

Ms. Smith then did what many people do when they are wrong in a discussion … she became Passive Aggressive. “I am done talking to you it will get nowhere. You won’t stop to listen or to learn. Since it can’t be you learning about my experience as a woman and me learning about your experience, I won’t continue to engage in this conversation.”

To Ms. Smith, I quoted her comments when she wrote, “you are alienating your audience because of how you choose to present your argument.”

You are criticizing how I present my argument. This is an attack on me. You are NOT discussing the topic. As you wrote correctly, “An ad hominem, short for argumentum ad hominem, means responding to arguments by attacking a person’s character, rather than to the content of their arguments.”

Now, can you please answer the question I posed to you a number of times? Have you served in a union? Have you saved another woman?

Then, Ms. Smith added, “I am done talking to you it will get nowhere.” This is how a misandristic female acts. She attacks. When she feels she is losing the argument, she quits. She refused to answer my questions. Now, she gives up! I guess that’s why women have SUFFERED throughout history. When things are tough, they quit. They DEMAND men keep up the fight while they go hang out with their friends and have fun! They then criticize men for their “toxic masculinity” that they must learn to survive in this world. Women? No need to fight. They want men to do it for them. Equality? Sure. We are simply a “penis and elbow grease.” Misandristic females see us as Boy Toys for their pleasure and Work Horses for their worldly needs.

Thanks ladies! Really DO NOT appreciate all the anger and hatred. Ms. Smith pointed out the picture is of her daughter (below) working as a political activist, which the mother posted publicly. I’m including this image per the Fair Use Doctrine for educational purposes. Hopefully, her mother will teach this young lady to be respectful to all men and women.

Amy Smith’s final comments, “Nope. Not at all interested. tell Putin hi. I am sure Trump appreciates all your hard work!” She used her daughter’s image for political purposes — likely without her consent. She claims to FIGHT for woman, but couldn’t hold a civil discussion with me. This is the FUTURE of the Democratic party. Black woman, Leticia James, commented at the Women’s Convention in Detroit recently. James is a public advocate for the City of New York and first Woman of Color to hold citywide office in the city, “The Democratic party is too male. It’s too pale and too stale.” Misandry is alive and well on the Left.

Good luck, Amy!


Daughter of Amy Smith, Misandristic Mother

I asked Chris V Corliss, “Why would you speak to me that way? That is how Donald Trump talks to people. I would think you abhor such uncivil behavior. Why do you do this?”

Chris V Corliss, Misandristic Female

This is our conversation. Ms. Corliss told me to “kiss her ass.” This is an example of MISANDRY, the hatred of men and boys, that feminists are furthering today.


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Herrington Misohawni and the Curse of Octavio

This is a fictional literary narrative for entertainment purposes only. Any similarity to real life events or persons is entirely coincidental. 

Few people today remember the story of Princesa Maria Rosario Gonzalez de Velasquez. It is over a millennium now since the daughter of Iotypica’s leading family and her seven siblings made the star voyage to the technology capital on Solaeria. This was no easy feat for young humanoids. Conditions during inner galactic travel are harsh and Solaeria was over 500 parsecs from Iotypica at the time. Although their sleek vessel could achieve kiloparsec speeds with the revolutionary dual BendWarp engines, even this advanced technology required the children to spend over 3.5 years transversing the dark void of space. Young princesa Maria Rosario was 18 by the time they reached SolAeria.

Through difficult challenges, princess Maria Rosario grew into a bold, beautiful woman. The people of Solaeria grew to adore her. Although she was an alien, she had studied to learn the language of the Solaerians; she adopted their culture; and she eventually married of male of the tribe. The locals referred to him a Hectorian. Together they had three sons. This pleased Hectorian and the Solaerians. Due to war, famine and toxic chemicals, Solaerians had difficulty bearing male children. Princesa Maria Rosario was their last hope.

Out of respect, the couple named their first born, Hectorian Jr. There were many Hectorians in the Gonzalez clan. Yet Hectorian Jr. was the pride of all. He was the first “intergalactic” child on Solaerians. The practice had been outlawed generations previously, as the Solaerians were proud, although somewhat arrogant, people. They didn’t want to diminish their seed. Due to the short-sighted behavior of the Solaerians though, Nature did what they had hoped not to do. Nature ravaged the reproductive capabilities of the Solaerian women. Toxic chemicals, polluted streams, and intolerable air left the women with poison in their wombs. Princesa Maria Rosario was indeed the hope of planet Solaeria.

Shortly after the birth of Hectorian Jr, the newlyweds had a second boy. They named this miraculous child, Carlos Santana. He was born strong, thick, and with a full head of jet black hair. Solaerians were light haired, almost blonde. The planet existed in a binary solar system and the 36-hour day cycle was balanced only with a six-hour night. One or two suns always seemed to shine on Solaeria. The vibrant family of four lived in harmony with the local people. All was good. Excitement rippled across the sparsely inhabited planet. Many women wanted a boy; many families wanted to balance their lives with a male child. Hectorian Jr, and now, Carlos Santana were their New Hope.

When Hectorian Jr was about 15, his parents had their third child. Princesa Maria Rosario gave her husband a third boy. They named him Octavio. Where Hectorian Jr had been bold; Carlos Santana had been strong; Octavio was handsome. As a child he was beautiful; as a young boy, he was dynamic, charismatic and charming. Women came from near and far to look at Octavio. They hoped he was the one for their daughter. Competition amongst the women was growing fierce. Octavio was only six years of age, but he was a planetary favorite. Octavio would be the planet’s next king.

Princesa Maria Rosario Meets Herrington Misohawni

Part 2 Coming Soon … check back!

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Active Shooter in Workplace

What is wrong with America? Other advanced nations do not suffer internal violence as we do in this nation. Writing for CNN after the tragic church shooting in Sutherland Springs, TX, Mel Robbins pointed out, “A mass shooting is defined as an event where at least four people are shot. We now have one every day in America, if you adopt the broad definition used by the Gun Violence Archive.”

After each horrific incident, we hear representatives from both the Left and Right call for action: Fewer Guns; More Mental Health, respectively. Yet nothing seems to change. The public is outraged for about a week and their energy soon dissipates. These are horrible events. Why the apathy? Robbins believes that “until gun violence impacts your family directly, you won’t care enough to do something about it. There’s a ton of research to explain this apathy.”

After World War II, Cambridge psychologist J.T. MacCurdy studied bombings in London. He found people affected by the attacks fell into three categories: those who died, those who were a “near miss” (closely witnessed the horror of the bombings but lived), and those who had a “remote miss” (may have heard the sirens, but were removed from the direct scene of the bombing). MacCurdy concluded people who witnessed a “near miss” were deeply affected by the bombing — while the “remote miss” group felt invincible and even excited.

Although shootings appear to be highly prevalent, in reality we are not likely to experience this directly.  I worked for SolAero Technologies, a company that manufactures solar panels for space missions, and suffered an active shooter in the workplace a few years ago. In their hiring process, new employees receive specialized instruction how to handle a potential shooter. Their instructions were logistical — how to hide or barricade a door; where to assemble; or how to call for help. Nothing the company provided discussed how to prevent shootings in the first place. As a nation, we don’t seem to have answers to this critical question.

Although I’m a progressive, I don’t believe we can remove guns from American society. “Less Guns” is a dead-end proposition (no pun intended). Calls for more mental health screening are equally Quixotic. An employee might appear “mentally healthy” on Monday when periodically reviewed, but lose a job on Wednesday, and return to harm managers on Friday. Unless we accept implanted microchips in our brains and tolerate BigBrother watching over us 24/7, this approach is ineffective. What then can we do?


Americans must learn to be KIND, COMPASSIONATE and EMPATHETIC to each other. We must accept non-violent means for resolving our differences. As we boast the largest and most powerful military in the world, stepping back from our violent character will be difficult. As our blockbuster movies and popular TV dramas feature massive bloodletting, shooting, and blowing up of things, recalibrating our behavior will be difficult. As we honor those who kill for a living and indoctrinate our children through activities that dehumanize the loss of life, such as video games, music videos, and violent sport, rebalancing our internal psyche will be difficult.


There are colleges across America today that feature classes to highlight “toxic masculinity.” These courses do not intend to demonize men or male attributes, but rather emphasize harmful effects of certain traditional masculine ideal behaviors such as dominance, self-reliance, and competition. Writing on this subject, Amanda Marcotte adds toxic masculinity is “a specific model of manhood, geared toward dominance and control. It’s a manhood that views women and LGBT people as inferior, sees sex as an act not of affection but domination, and which valorizes violence as the way to prove one’s self to the world.” Marcotte writes:

“Shooters involved in mass killings are motivated in part by a lethal toxic mix from the gun industry and the NRA that has cultivated a culture of gun-powered macho power fantasies.”

As a researcher, I had hoped the ascendancy of women in positions of power would gracefully push American society to a “kinder, gentler” disposition. Sadly, just as Worst Angels of Men have dominated American male behavior, it appears Worst Angels of Women now dominate American female activity. Just as toxic masculinity aspires to toughness but is, in fact, an ideology of living in fear: The fear of ever seeming soft, tender, weak, or somehow less than manly, we increasingly see examples of “toxic femininity,” where women stand up to “prove” how tough they can be.

Hollywood women shocked the nation recently by revealing sick, predatory behavior of powerful men, such as Harvey Weinstein and others. None can defend this demented abuse of women. Alex Baldwin spoke about the unacceptable actions on PBS NewsHour. He stated he believed women who accepted financial settlements from Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein to keep quiet about alleged sex harassment or assault may have delayed justice. Twitter wars erupted scorching Baldwin for “mansplaining” and accusing him of “blaming the victim.”

Although not a fan of Baldwin, I thought he made a reasoned point. I’m sorry for the suffering these women were forced to endure. Their pain is unfathomable. Yet refusing to speak up allowed sexual predators to hurt other women — your sister, mother or daughter. Receiving a payout might have satisfied a particular victim; silence ensured the predator lived to abuse another day.

For five decades, long-distance swimmer Diana Nyad has publicly discussed how her swim coach repeatedly assaulted her when she was 14. “I will continue to tell my story until all girls and women find their own voice. We need to construct an accurate archive of these abuses. And we need to prepare coming generations to speak up in the moment, rather than be coerced into years of mute helplessness.”

Emotions are high at this time, but reasoned people must be able to have civil conversations. This is Rose McGowan’s response:


“Wee little baby man had a wide baby tantrum cos he wants to protect rapists. You’re sooo liberal, you scum bucket.”

Is this an example of women being Better Angels in American society? Clearly Baldwin wasn’t trying to “protect rapists.” In his opinion, women who spoke up and didn’t remain silent helped society stop predatory behavior. McGowan called on her #ROSEARMY to join forces with her and shame Baldwin. Asia Argento was one who answered the call. She referred to Baldwin as “bully boy.”



I want to share an instance of abusive behavior and toxic femininity by women in the workplace. Society isn’t accustomed to recognizing this negative action. Our focus has traditionally been on men. Hollywood is a unique industry. They are known for “sex, drugs, and rock & roll.” Are conditions on Main Street more balanced?

Case Example 1: I provided IT services for a law firm for about twelve years. I was told, “We are very happy with your service … You have been wonderful to work with … Thank you again for all of your services and help over the years.” A couple years ago they notified me they started a search for new website and/or web provider. Due my positive history, they promised me an opportunity to “meet or beat” the competition.


Their “rock star” attorney and company shareholder, Erica R. Neff, was in charge (screenshot above). She never offered me chance to compete and simply dismissed me after more than a decade of competent service! She then degraded my professional character by reporting [falsely] to office staff and shareholder attorneys that I was “holding information hostage” — essentially, calling me a criminal — over background research I conducted about the firm. She emailed comments I consider libelous to Daniel J. O’Brien (shareholder); Richard M. Padilla (shareholder); Alicia M. Santos (shareholder); and Marie Marino (staff member). The firm didn’t request the work nor did they pay me for the research. I was just taking professional initiative.


This is America. We are not a KIND, COMPASSIONATE or EMPATHETIC people. It seems we are simply too afraid to be humane to each other. We hide behind deception, lies, and half-truths. I believe this is why people carry out such heinous acts across our nation. We are just mean, cruel people and it’s a mean, cruel time in America. I had hoped women would champion us into a new era, but it seems American women plan to continue old ways, although with them in charge.

I’m fortunate to spend time training and socializing with Japanese athletes and coaches. I respect these people and their culture. They focus on two key attributes in their relations with others: kindness and humility. I am grateful they accept me to train with their teams and share their ways with me. They have taught me much. I wish America could be more like Japan. I wish we could do a better job empathizing with others and finding commonality with one another. I wish the anger and hatred in this country would end. I wish America could hear me!


Love and Aloha

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Facebook Feeds Your Kids Porn



Facebook is full of porn – sick, degrading stuff. It’s designed for young boys ranging from 10 to 85. Facebook reports they have over 1.4 billion users. Facebook’s goal is to make money, not police content and protect your kids. If you have teens and children, this is what they are seeing.

I found this collection of three images posted to my page – without my knowledge or consent. Someone was simply able to post them. I don’t check my page often, so they were there for a number of days for friends and family to see.


Here’s a full page screen capture of two posts that were added to my page without my knowledge or consent. Your kids likely get this all the time as well.


Another example. I was “invited” to friend Cameron Frankie. Just by clicking on the invitation, Facebook routed me to this page. The links in the images were active, which would have allowed me to follow on to more porn – and possible computer viruses and malware. Facebook fails to police their billions of pages and enforce their Community Standards. Your children are highly vulnerable.


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Facebook is RACIST and I’m Leaving

On September 20, 2016, police shot and killed Keith Lamont Scott, a Black man, in Charlotte-Mecklenburg, North Carolina. I was supporting a friend who posted a favorable opinion about Mr. Scott. We believed he had been wrongfully killed by the police officer.

A White male I did not know, Josh Bennett, responded to my comments. He was on the other side of this issue. Initially, his opinion was civil and we respected his right to voice an opposing viewpoint.

After a couple of exchanges, Josh Bennett wrote in a follow up: “And unlike you so eager to believe everyone is a victim or a racist I will take the cops word over that of a scumbag criminal any day of the week.” [emphasis mine]

Calling a dead man a “scumbag criminal” crossed the line to me. Mr. Scott does not deserve to be characterized in this manner. Therefore, I responded:

“As neither you nor I were there, you [sic: your] RACIST attitude is glaring. Scumbag??? I’ve had enough of your uncivil attitude! Done!”

I ended my conversation with him. Although I saw a Facebook notification Josh had responded, I didn’t return to the page to check. My patience with this White male was exhausted.

While reading HuffingtonPost the next morning, I wanted to comment on the article. I discovered Facebook had blocked my account. Not only was I blocked on Facebook, I was unable to post on HuffingtonPost. I cannot use my Facebook Messenger service. I am blocked from all other functions as well. Facebook blocked me for 30 days. There is NO appeal process. Here is the notice from Facebook:

Facebook BLOCKED me, not the racist White Guy

Facebook BLOCKED me, not the racist White Guy

As we know, Facebook is staffed primarily by White males. Generally, young people are tolerant and disapproving of racist attitudes. Apparently, the person who reviewed this conversation isn’t that way. Facebook protected a Racist; and penalized the writer who was demanding more civil behavior.

Facebook is RACIST and I’m Leaving … I urge you to do the same.

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J David Carey, MD Left Me With Cancer

I have skin cancer. I put my trust in J David Carey, MD, and his High Desert Dermatology clinic located in Albuquerque, New Mexico. My request was simple: please remove the small (8.0mm) Squamous Cell Carcinoma from the back of my right hand. Dr. Carey’s team failed to do this. Although they charged me over $680.00 for CPT 17271: Destruction of the malignant lesion and related services, they intentionally did not “go deep enough” to remove all the suspected carcinogenic tissue. They promised to notify me of results within two weeks. They lost my records and failed to contact us until more than six weeks had passed. In a panic, they urged my return.


A couple days later, I received an invoice for services – the clinic had failed to notify me that my insurer had declined payment over a month earlier. Upon review with my insurance reps, I learned they required a referral from my primary care doctor. To do this, I needed to speak with Dr. Carey. The clinic refused my wife and my multiple requests to meet with the doctor. When I tried to reach their billing agent, I found she did not take phone calls. When I tried to email her, I discovered their email system did not work properly.

I no longer trust J David Carey and his clinic. While searching for another provider, I learned Dr. Carey had worked for Albuquerque Dermatology Associates. The rumor is they asked Dr. Carey to leave the practice for “sloppy, unprofessional behavior.” I definitely found Dr. Carey’s clinic to be sloppy and unprofessional. I still have skin cancer.

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Chronic Pain Patients Prefer Marijuana To Opiate Painkillers

A study of patients with chronic pain has demonstrated, yet again, that for many people, cannabis is a more than feasible alternative to opioid pain medication like OxyContin and Vicodin.

The new study, published this month in The Journal of Pain, conducted a retrospective survey of 244 chronic pain patients—all of whom were qualified medical cannabis patients under Michigan law.


BigPhRMA v. Nature: Which is Better For You?

The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor researchers found that among patients with chronic pain who have access to legal cannabis, cannabis use was associated with a significant decrease in opioid use, an increased quality of life, and fewer side effects and medications used.

“This study suggests that many chronic pain patients are essentially substituting medical cannabis for opioids and other medications for chronic pain treatment, and finding the benefit and side effect profile of cannabis to be greater than these other classes of medications,” the study authors concluded.


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