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Re: Roosh on the Dr Oz show

Post by Ghost » May 3rd, 2015, 1:57 am

Banano wrote:Is Roosh going back to New York?

Just seen the video, this guy shouldnt have any problem getting women in US, definitaly above average in looks department and social skills. Compare him to your average expat and you will see that he is in top 10% so im not surprised about his bangs.

He would even have success online, sites like pof and cupid
He's thin. He might be tall, I can't tell from the video. But above average? His face is maybe slightly above average, if that. The beard doesn't help, and overall his looks in America would classify him as a "dweeb" or something else. I also don't consider "game" a social skill - more like a social maladaption to a sick society.

And he clearly exaggerates and/or fabricates his "bangs." (Hint: it's good for the wallet because that helps him sell books and products to sexually frustrated guys.)

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Re: Roosh on the Dr Oz show

Post by tom » May 5th, 2015, 3:05 am

Roosh did great considering how heavily the deck was staked against him. Dr Oz and his set up associates spent all there interview time shaming Roosh, calming shaming does not work. A great display of applied hypocrisy. The fat epidemic is so bad guys are going over seas to find women who are not morbidly obese.
Dr Oz http://www.doctoroz.com/ promotes a never ending stream of loose weight fast diets that essentially don't work.
Dr Oz is far more involved in fat shaming that Roosh, in fact a large part of Dr Oz's business rides on the desperation and misery of the obese.
Over half of Dr Oz's advice is false,
http://www.msn.com/en-us/health/medical ... ar-BBgYgpC
I've always had a bad feeling about Dr Oz, really Dr Oz has the credibility of those 19th century patent medicine salesmen in my mind.


Fat shaming is more about women taking responsibility for there personal actions which is a more generalized issue

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Re: Roosh on the Dr Oz show

Post by Banano » May 5th, 2015, 7:07 am

" fat epidemic is so bad guys are going over seas to find women who are not morbidly obese."


Is there any study available which shows that there are more fat women than fat men in US and how big is the difference?

Have you traveled to SEA and saw type of Western guys who go there to find women?

Not fair to shame women when men are just as bad, just take look at our leader Winston Wu.

No place for hypocrisy

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Re: Roosh on the Dr Oz show

Post by tom » May 6th, 2015, 1:13 am

The statistics are public on western female obesity, they outnumber men by around 20%. You can easily confirm that by walking in any American mall.
In Eastern Europe it seems the more men are obese, just my observation, I think it is partially due to the heavy alcohol consumption.
Dr Oz and his shills need to be shamed, they are demanding I accept them for there unattractive fat appearance. They would use state powers to force this view on me which I reject. This is more than just shaming women for being fat gluttons, its a culture war, its rejecting the endless victim-hood and guilt manipulation games. When women make bad choices I will not take the blame. I do not have to be burdened. I will not accept women claiming being fat, unattractive and immobile is something I desire, I will not participate in the lie.

Guys going to Asia and elsewhere for more physically attractive non obese women, self explanatory, a common knowledge thing.

I am not aware of anyone forcing women to accept gluttonous fat ass men against there will.
I have never heard of on any form of main stream media a bunch of fat unemployed guys lining up angrily demanding women accept them as big beautiful men and by force pretend they are not repulsed.

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Re: Roosh on the Dr Oz show

Post by tamdrin12 » May 6th, 2015, 2:27 am

I may not be a huge fan of OZ.. But he said it correctly when he said "we are all messed up" Roosh seems like a guy with deep issues as well.
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Re: Roosh on the Dr Oz show

Post by The » May 6th, 2015, 3:08 am

tamdrin12 wrote:I may not be a huge fan of OZ.. But he said it correctly when he said "we are all messed up" Roosh seems like a guy with deep issues as well.
Why? Because Roosh calls out entitled, lazy, fat bitches what they are? At least he has guts....

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Re: Roosh on the Dr Oz show

Post by Seeker » May 6th, 2015, 5:35 am

Roosh is scum and he deserved what he got. What's ironic is that he was talking like an utter faggot in his response video, using terms usually reserved for talk-therapy and Oprah-type talk shows.

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Re: Roosh on the Dr Oz show

Post by S_Parc » May 6th, 2015, 7:08 am

I'm not sure what to make of this whole situation.

My GF works out, 7 days per week; yes that single rest day (the 7th day) is 1/2 setting on the exercise bike. If she wanted, she could eat till tomorrow, and not end up like the Good Year Blimp. Regular exercise increases one's basal metabolic rate.

So when I see those three lards throwing barbs at Roosh, along with Dr Oz's full backing, I don't know what to say. Sure, there's no point in talking trash about others in public, however, I don't believe that any of those women, have a real diet and exercise program, besides attending some women's aerobics classes, once or twice a week.
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Re: Roosh on the Dr Oz show

Post by MrMan » May 6th, 2015, 7:45 am

I don't follow Roosh V. I've read people mention him before.

He should have known better. How do they get all those people who get massacred on these talk shows all the time.

He was really stiff during the interview. He could also have pointed out that he had been deceived, that he was told he could discuss his views, and if Dr. Oz wasn't going to live up to what his producers promised, he was leaving.

But didn't he have some of this coming? I don't have a problem if he'd said that most men don't want to have sex with a woman over 150 pounds. Some men do. But telling people to post pictures of fat strangers and call them names? How is that going to help anything. It is mean, and it's not going to solve the weight problem in this country. On the other hand, the 'fat acceptance' message... is that going to help?

Dr. Oz said he didn't care what a woman looked like on the outside. Roosh could have called him on that. He could have asked him if his wife was an attractive woman, and why didn't he marry a fat woman if he thought fat women are attractive. His wife isn't super-thin, but she's not fat. I looked up her picture after watching the segment. She was probably well above average when she was young.

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All the talk about self-esteem, etc., and pop psychology in that segment seemed kind of silly to me.

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Re: Roosh on the Dr Oz show

Post by Cornfed » May 6th, 2015, 7:49 am

MrMan wrote:I don't follow Roosh V. I've read people mention him before.

He should have known better. How do they get all those people who get massacred on these talk shows all the time.
WTF? He got priceless free publicity and was made to look relatively good by being pitted against a pack of repulsive fat harridans.

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Re: Roosh on the Dr Oz show

Post by tom » May 6th, 2015, 3:05 pm

All the information the audience on Dr Oz had on Roosh was taught to them by Dr Oz's staff in the previous 45 minutes to Roosh's appearance. They were taught to hate Roosh before they ever saw him. Roosh was given the exact opposite impression by Dr Oz's staff, an intentional tactic to throw Roosh off . Then Roosh was not allowed to speak.

Roosh got a statement in “women keep getting fatter and whats being done is not working” He could have mentioned Dr Oz promotes all kinds of loose weight fast diets that do not work but his staff would have just edited it out. Dr. Oz said "he didn't care what a woman looked like on the outside" but then why are so many of his shows promoting loose weight fast diets? The reality is its impossible to say anything meaningful as it would just get edited out in the end. Even if Roosh did get somthing good in it would never make it on the air.

Dr Oz is a sleazy salesman hoisting his scams off on gullible suckers. In fact Dr Oz makes a million dollars every time he screws up. Dr Oz is part of the Oprah media empire, this is really operationally part of modern religion. This fact became very clear to me when I saw Oprah appear at a modern American mega church a few years back. Remember for any religion to survive it must change and adapt. To correctly understand any religion you must understand its hypocrisies. In the early Christian church gluttony was practiced by the Roman ruling class, the slave class heavily populated by Christians did not have an excess of food at there disposal. Therefore making gluttony a major sin was good for business. Today food is very cheap and abundant. And today women are often overweight gluttons. Making this a sin is not good for business.

You may have heard a horse eating itself to death, this is true when a horse gets unlimited access to modern feed. I saw a horse that got into the feed shed and ate half a barrel of cattle fattening feed and nearly died. Many women simply do not have an off switch when it comes to certain kinds of food. The reality is many women simply cannot control there gluttonous feeding habits and the path of least resistance it to allow women to be in denial about this.

In the past religion has inserted itself as the solution to seemingly unsolvable problems. Illness and disease was often attributed as some kind of sin someone did. The solution religion offered did nothing to help the problem however it did strengthen religions hold on power. Anyone offering a real solution will be both be branded a heretic.

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Re: Roosh on the Dr Oz show

Post by Jester » May 8th, 2015, 1:19 am

tom wrote:
I am not aware of anyone forcing women to accept gluttonous fat a** men against there will.
I have never heard of on any form of main stream media a bunch of fat unemployed guys lining up angrily demanding women accept them as big beautiful men and by force pretend they are not repulsed.
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Re: Roosh on the Dr Oz show

Post by Jester » May 8th, 2015, 1:21 am

Cornfed wrote:
WTF? He got priceless free publicity and was made to look relatively good by being pitted against a pack of repulsive fat harridans.
That was my impression as well.
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Re: Roosh on the Dr Oz show

Post by Stag » May 10th, 2015, 5:55 pm

I looked up Dr. Oz in the dictionary, and there was a picture of a mangina. :D

But that show; how many deluded fatties were crammed into that studio? Also, how did they manage to get the porkers away from their couches - offer a lifetime supply of Oreos?

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Re: Roosh on the Dr Oz show

Post by Ghost » May 10th, 2015, 7:51 pm

Stag wrote:I looked up Dr. Oz in the dictionary, and there was a picture of a mangina. :D

But that show; how many deluded fatties were crammed into that studio? Also, how did they manage to get the porkers away from their couches - offer a lifetime supply of Oreos?
Knowing "Dr." Oz, he probably told the landwhales that the Oreos were miracle diet pills too.

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