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zacb
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Do you ever have guilt?

Post by zacb » September 20th, 2012, 4:24 pm

Like you are sterotyping a whole group. Or asking what is normal behaviour? And is it just me? I kind of feel like this some times. I ask an older family member (grand mother, mother, etc.) and they say the old "grass is greener", "you will make a good catch", etc. . And while I will agree with the latter ( ;) ) , often times it seems like I am not "normal" because I think in a fashion that is more likely to be in vogue in a court room or in a philosophy class. (How they think). But I sometimes think, "Is this really normal"? I know I may have some non-mainstream thinking (due to reasons I have explained before), but still, is it really normal for a women to be creeped out if someone adds you as a friend on facebook, and maybe is interested to show interest? And then to label that person as a creeper, because they have no other venue to meet women? (Note: this was not me, I was listening in on a conversation at my table in class) Is it normal to date only people in "your group"? Is it normal (or should I say right) to lie, even if it is a white lie, about having a date, or hide behind the bush about their intentions?

Anyways, sometimes when I am overthinking, I think of the bit by Doug Stanhope about sleeping sober, and specifically the part about building a utopia in your head, and then about nagging thoughts. Funny stuff. Anyways, I would like to hear your thoughts.
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Re: Do you ever have guilt?

Post by Teal Lantern » September 20th, 2012, 4:39 pm

zacb wrote:Like you are sterotyping a whole group. Or asking what is normal behaviour? And is it just me? I kind of feel like this some times. I ask an older family member (grand mother, mother, etc.) and they say the old "grass is greener", "you will make a good catch", etc. . And while I will agree with the latter ( ;) ) , often times it seems like I am not "normal" because I think in a fashion that is more likely to be in vogue in a court room or in a philosophy class. (How they think). But I sometimes think, "Is this really normal"? I know I may have some non-mainstream thinking (due to reasons I have explained before), but still, is it really normal for a women to be creeped out if someone adds you as a friend on facebook, and maybe is interested to show interest? And then to label that person as a creeper, because they have no other venue to meet women? (Note: this was not me, I was listening in on a conversation at my table in class) Is it normal to date only people in "your group"? Is it normal (or should I say right) to lie, even if it is a white lie, about having a date, or hide behind the bush about their intentions?

Anyways, sometimes when I am overthinking, I think of the bit by Doug Stanhope about sleeping sober, and specifically the part about building a utopia in your head, and then about nagging thoughts. Funny stuff. Anyways, I would like to hear your thoughts.
If you woke up in an asylum, would you concern yourself with escaping or would you focus on becoming as insane as the other inmates? :wink:
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Post by zacb » September 20th, 2012, 4:50 pm

Very True. Sometimes it is like that. If a cat is normal and stays around crazy cats, it will become crazy. So sometimes after awhile staying with them you can start questioning yourself.
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Re: Do you ever have guilt?

Post by Introvert » September 20th, 2012, 5:29 pm

Teal Lantern wrote:
zacb wrote:Like you are sterotyping a whole group. Or asking what is normal behaviour? And is it just me? I kind of feel like this some times. I ask an older family member (grand mother, mother, etc.) and they say the old "grass is greener", "you will make a good catch", etc. . And while I will agree with the latter ( ;) ) , often times it seems like I am not "normal" because I think in a fashion that is more likely to be in vogue in a court room or in a philosophy class. (How they think). But I sometimes think, "Is this really normal"? I know I may have some non-mainstream thinking (due to reasons I have explained before), but still, is it really normal for a women to be creeped out if someone adds you as a friend on facebook, and maybe is interested to show interest? And then to label that person as a creeper, because they have no other venue to meet women? (Note: this was not me, I was listening in on a conversation at my table in class) Is it normal to date only people in "your group"? Is it normal (or should I say right) to lie, even if it is a white lie, about having a date, or hide behind the bush about their intentions?

Anyways, sometimes when I am overthinking, I think of the bit by Doug Stanhope about sleeping sober, and specifically the part about building a utopia in your head, and then about nagging thoughts. Funny stuff. Anyways, I would like to hear your thoughts.
If you woke up in an asylum, would you concern yourself with escaping or would you focus on becoming as insane as the other inmates? :wink:
Which category did Sarah Connor from Terminator 2 fall under?

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Re: Do you ever have guilt?

Post by PeterAndrewNolan » September 20th, 2012, 6:20 pm

Just remember...if you DO as all these people are suggesting you could end up in the same boat as men.....working for 26 years, raising 4 kids, and get a bill for USD60,000 for your efforts.

And when you object to being robbed like this you will be HATED ON.

Still want to feel guilty not walking in my footsteps down that path?

People try and manipulate men into feeling "guilty" about not being willing slaves....as a slave who escaped the plantation after 26 years? My advice is leave the plantation as soon as you can.

I wish other men would help me build escape paths from the plantation countries...but they will not even help doing that.

And hand out this link to all the lads you know. This will tell them the TRUTH about what is going on.

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Post by djfourmoney » September 20th, 2012, 7:29 pm

Peter as this video shows -



As with most MRA's you pretend that Feminism and Government is a bigger problem than White Supremacy that pops up everywhere, even outside of the Anglo Loop.

As I have stated before, I find the MRA movement troubling because there is no discussion about equality, only that Feminism with the help of the Government (which women out number men voting by quite a bit) is pulling the rug from under men at every turn. From closing manufacturing plants to curtailing parental rights.

Speaking of closing manufacturing -


http://www.wsws.org/articles/2012/jul20 ... -j13.shtml

What solutions do you have for these people who are mostly men by the way?

You have no lobbyist, you don't have any political connections or any real investment models.

Problems like these become less about Men's rights and more about Corporatism and Fascism.

I don't feel guilty about anything, I am more upset about missing opportunities that no MRA group will provide. We actually don't need escape paths when you think about it. But given the current political climate, the pain will have to reach the majority of G20 countries before Governments are forced to radically change course.

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Post by WPO » September 22nd, 2012, 10:39 pm

If I could rewind the hands of time, I'd hustle my ass off, save as much $ as possible, bust my ass in the gym (as I did), get my passport (did that as well), then get the F#@k out of the US and never come back (what I plan on doing asap). I wish I knew this when I was 16-18. My 21st birthday present? A oneway trip to europe.
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