Ashton Kutcher says Mila Kunis gave him the best advice for responding to the #MeToo movement: 'Shut up and listen'

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'Ashton Kutcher is learning about the #MeToo movement from his wife Mila Kunis.

During a conversation at TechCrunch's Disrupt conference in San Francisco on Wednesday, the 40-year-old actor explained how Kunis, 35, gave him some advice about his tech pursuits and investments in relation to providing women with equal opportunities.

"You know, the best advice that I got relative to this entire thing came from my wife, and she said, 'Men have had hundreds of years to solve this problem and to talk about this and figure it out, and it's probably the best thing, at this point, for men to just shut up and listen for a little bit,'" he said.'

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Actually not bad advice when confronted with a fired-up ideologue whether he or she be a religious kook, a #MeToo nutcase or whatever. Police are like that too but we pay them to be. After some time on the job they eventually conclude everyone is lying to them and everyone is guilty. This is inevitable really and I am sure I'd be the same way in their shoes. Anyway, when confronted with someone who JUST KNOWS you are guilty of whatever the best thing to do is clam up. SCOTUS hit the nail on the head: when presumed guilty, say nothing, because anything you say will in the mind of the presumer point to your guilt no matter how exculpatory it may be. Try talking to an SJW to find this out.

Ashton Kutcher is rich af. That is because he is REALLY intelligent. He has one of the highest IQs recorded in Hollywood (so BTW does Madonna, at 170, same as Donald Trump and Rowan Atkinson). He wisely knows this and of course he is married to one of these freaks so like intelligent men married to women throughout the ages when presumed guilty and with no way to prove otherwise, he knows the best thing to do is say nothing.

The SCOTUS judges who came up with this principle were all married men. So were the founding fathers. Coincidence? I think not.

One of the nice things about being a single man is you don't have to live like this in your own home. You can say/think/do whatever tf you want to and the Female Gestapo isn't around to shit on you for it. Why guys are still getting married or cohabiting with women I dunno. But to each his own I guess.

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The line "shut up and listen," just says it all. It really shows the iota of respect, if any, women have for men at this point.

I wish women would take their own damn advice from time to time.

I really look forward to the day that men finally say they've had enough and go on strike for a day. . . and then laugh in the arrogant faces of the fembots when society falls apart. It would be quite a mess for men to clean, but I think it would be worth it to shut the spoiled brats up once and for all.

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