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The Good in Human Nature

Postby Kradmelder » April 28th, 2017, 10:04 am

Monday morning at dawn on the way home from the GF my bike just cutout. It would start again then die immediately. Fuel pump seized. So I started to push it home, and uphill. I passed a darkie on bicycle talking to a mate. he asked me did you run out of petrol? I said no, petrol pump seized. So he says let me help you sir. He Helped me for the last bit and by the time I got home I was knackered, especially after being 'winded' from the previous night time activity :lol:.

I only managed to trailer it to the dealer today and fuel pumps are on back order from the factory in austria until 2nd week of may, and dealer fully booked so he cant get to it until then as well. Bummer. My bike gone for 2 weeks. I mentioned it on a biker whatsapp group. Immediately I get a message from a guy in another town about 100 km away.He has a new fuel pump spare. I am welcome to take his and replace it when mine arrives.

Thankfully I have other bikes to ride. Life without a bike is no life at all. Even still, the thought of a bike being gone for 2 weeks puts me in mourning. It is my fastest one. 150 HP.

Every time when I have had bike problems some one has stopped to help. The last time a few years back the instrument panel kept shutting off and rebooting so I was afraid to shut off the bike until I got to a tar road in some town. It was sunday during christmas holidays. I detoured 50 km to a small town and asked at a garage if I can work on my bike there. They said fine.Sure enough the bike wouldn't start and all the electrics are dead. A young man on a bike stops, a local and said he will help. we took out the battery and regulator, blew all the dirt out and I was good to go but it was getting late. he said the next stretch of 60 km of dirt until the ferry crossing is empty and has no cell reception so if it dies again I will be stuck. He organised me a place to stay and said the local auto electrician is a friend of his and will check out the electrical for me the next morning. The electrician said the bike 100% so it must have only been mud and dirt on the contacts. He didn't even charge me.

In western countries I assume people would only stop you take advantage and charge you double.
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Re: The Good in Human Nature

Postby Eric » April 28th, 2017, 11:37 am

Not necessarily, it's just that people are too fast here, they wouldn't stop to notice. People are poisoned here, too, that's just the truth...in food and in souls. Sometimes I want nothing more than just to get out of here.


That's my dream. I just want to live in a pure, simple and clean place. ...I want other dreams but, that's the only one I can think about.
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Re: The Good in Human Nature

Postby starchild5 » April 29th, 2017, 2:45 am

Humans being by essence are good...Its the food poison and the back goo virus that has infected humanity and made us "too smart" for our own good.

Innocence and heart is valued more than how technologically advance a human species is.

Humans beings are put in some impossible position for them to act in a bad way with no other choice. If given a choice of reaching a goal with good or bad intention, humans will choose to do things the good way, but now the society is impossible for many humans to do anything by being good and fair.
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Re: The Good in Human Nature

Postby drealm » April 29th, 2017, 3:29 am

My experience in America has been mostly that no one cares about things working. This is different from not helping. For example you can call up a company, get a nice sales rep and have them allegedly fix whatever problem you have. They'll read a script and address you as sir. After the phone call they'll even ask you to do a survey for rating their customer service. However the same problem they allegedly fixed will come back a week later and bite you in the ass. This is the same whether you're going to a mechanic or trying to fix a phone bill. So there is sort of a culture of polite incompetence here. It's more important to be polite than competent. No one takes ownership or sees anything as a personal commitment. It would actually be very rewarding for someone to openly screw me over by saying "look I have the upper hand, if you want to work to be done I'm going to take advantage of you and charge you double, but it will be done". This would be an improvement over the west because it's honest albeit brutal.

From your posts here my sense is that white South Africans aren't in a position to be incompetent. You whites are a small group and only getting smaller. The barbarians are at your gates and tomorrow they'll own the country. It makes sense to help other whites because you know that you will get help back. This isn't even because you like each other, it's just common sense.
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Re: The Good in Human Nature

Postby Eric » April 29th, 2017, 3:41 am

Yeah- that didn't used to be like that in my Dad's generation, at least where he was from and the...culture he was taught. Irish Protestant or whatever, it had to be. I was taught to be exactly just as you said, down to a t. I was even raised an Eagle Scout. That's how our communities used to be, it was when people cared enough to take ownership and responsibility and had more personal connections. It comes with a more centralized planning of a community - which doesn't exist anymore...thanks to a larger centralization, which doesn't care about communities.
Only globalization. Quite sad really, but that's that.
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Re: The Good in Human Nature

Postby Jonny Law » April 29th, 2017, 3:50 am

Kradmelder wrote:Monday morning at dawn on the way home from the GF my bike just cutout. It would start again then die immediately. Fuel pump seized. So I started to push it home, and uphill. I passed a darkie on bicycle talking to a mate. he asked me did you run out of petrol? I said no, petrol pump seized. So he says let me help you sir. He Helped me for the last bit and by the time I got home I was knackered, especially after being 'winded' from the previous night time activity :lol:.

I only managed to trailer it to the dealer today and fuel pumps are on back order from the factory in austria until 2nd week of may, and dealer fully booked so he cant get to it until then as well. Bummer. My bike gone for 2 weeks. I mentioned it on a biker whatsapp group. Immediately I get a message from a guy in another town about 100 km away.He has a new fuel pump spare. I am welcome to take his and replace it when mine arrives.

Thankfully I have other bikes to ride. Life without a bike is no life at all. Even still, the thought of a bike being gone for 2 weeks puts me in mourning. It is my fastest one. 150 HP.

Every time when I have had bike problems some one has stopped to help. The last time a few years back the instrument panel kept shutting off and rebooting so I was afraid to shut off the bike until I got to a tar road in some town. It was sunday during christmas holidays. I detoured 50 km to a small town and asked at a garage if I can work on my bike there. They said fine.Sure enough the bike wouldn't start and all the electrics are dead. A young man on a bike stops, a local and said he will help. we took out the battery and regulator, blew all the dirt out and I was good to go but it was getting late. he said the next stretch of 60 km of dirt until the ferry crossing is empty and has no cell reception so if it dies again I will be stuck. He organised me a place to stay and said the local auto electrician is a friend of his and will check out the electrical for me the next morning. The electrician said the bike 100% so it must have only been mud and dirt on the contacts. He didn't even charge me.

In western countries I assume people would only stop you take advantage and charge you double.


BULLSHIT!

"Monday morning at dawn on the way home from the GF my bike just cutout."
Really??? Just one GF (Girlfriend).
Reading your posts you are a PUSSY-SLAYING MACHINE!

English Lesson!
Pussy-Slayer- (Noun) A person who masters in the art of picking up girls, and eventually sleeping with them.
_____ is an amazing p***y slayer, he's f***ing a different girl every night.

NEWSFLASH ASSHOLE
"Every time when I have had bike problems some one has stopped to help."
I WONDER WHY, HMMMM???
Ohhh yeah, it is because THEY WANT TO f**k YOU!
Sorry :oops: to burst your bubble
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Re: The Good in Human Nature

Postby droid » April 29th, 2017, 7:11 am

^Hey don't question the absolute and extraordinary bundles of awesomeness some of these guys in the forum are.
The fact you can't just effortlessly think yourself into mobs of women knocking on your door while sipping some scotch doesn't mean it doesn't happen. You are just not one of the anointed ones, you don't have the splendor to shine upon and bless us with.
1)Too much of one thing defeats the purpose.
2)Everybody is full of it. What's your hypocrisy?
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Re: The Good in Human Nature

Postby Jonny Law » April 29th, 2017, 12:02 pm

droid wrote:^Hey don't question the absolute and extraordinary bundles of awesomeness some of these guys in the forum are.
The fact you can't just effortlessly think yourself into mobs of women knocking on your door while sipping some scotch doesn't mean it doesn't happen. You are just not one of the anointed ones, you don't have the splendor to shine upon and bless us with.


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You say: "You are just not one of the anointed ones, you don't have the splendor to shine upon and bless us with."

GET A MOTORCYCLE!
Join a 1%er Biker Gang (Hells Angels)
* You can be as fat and ugly as you want. Chicks love dirty semi-retarded bikers.
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Re: The Good in Human Nature

Postby Adama » April 29th, 2017, 1:47 pm

My country is better than yours. My awesome life is better than yours. You're loser(s) by default. I am rich. I get laid all the time.
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Re: The Good in Human Nature

Postby Zambales » April 29th, 2017, 3:39 pm

I've lived everywhere - cities, big towns, small towns, villages. Worst places for quality of people without a shadow of a doubt are cities and coastal towns that have a high influx of tourists.

Cities are zombified, cold and cutthroat, full of opportunists ready and willing to feed off others. Money and wealth is the priority here. Friendships come a distant second.

Tourists towns on the coast are more laid back but suffer with a high proportion of deadbeat scum.
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Re: The Good in Human Nature

Postby Jonny Law » April 30th, 2017, 9:06 am

Zambales wrote:I've lived everywhere - cities, big towns, small towns, villages. Worst places for quality of people without a shadow of a doubt are cities and coastal towns that have a high influx of tourists.

Cities are zombified, cold and cutthroat, full of opportunists ready and willing to feed off others. Money and wealth is the priority here. Friendships come a distant second.

Tourists towns on the coast are more laid back but suffer with a high proportion of deadbeat scum.


Jonny Law Update:
* I have lived in a small vilage and a small town in Thailand.
Complete BULLSHIT! The women in Thai Small-Towns and VIllages are whores and they lecture you about how f***ing pure and innocent they are.
they say: "This is not America, in Thailand we do not hug or kiss until marriage:"
Meanwhile she is a whore and f***s anything that moves.
And when you call them out on what a joke they are, they have the nerve to get upset.

Newsflash
This just in. Small towns and villages do not have many single women. Most are married or underage (jailbait and Thai jails suck!).
* Most decent single women in Thailand migrate to: guess where?
Cities and coastal towns that have a high influx of tourists.
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Re: The Good in Human Nature

Postby Zambales » April 30th, 2017, 10:52 am

Jonny Law wrote:
Zambales wrote:I've lived everywhere - cities, big towns, small towns, villages. Worst places for quality of people without a shadow of a doubt are cities and coastal towns that have a high influx of tourists.

Cities are zombified, cold and cutthroat, full of opportunists ready and willing to feed off others. Money and wealth is the priority here. Friendships come a distant second.

Tourists towns on the coast are more laid back but suffer with a high proportion of deadbeat scum.


Jonny Law Update:
* I have lived in a small vilage and a small town in Thailand.
Complete BULLSHIT! The women in Thai Small-Towns and VIllages are whores and they lecture you about how f***ing pure and innocent they are.
they say: "This is not America, in Thailand we do not hug or kiss until marriage:"
Meanwhile she is a whore and f***s anything that moves.
And when you call them out on what a joke they are, they have the nerve to get upset.

Newsflash
This just in. Small towns and villages do not have many single women. Most are married or underage (jailbait and Thai jails suck!).
* Most decent single women in Thailand migrate to: guess where?
Cities and coastal towns that have a high influx of tourists.


I'm referring to the West, predominantly the UK. Anyway, I thought all Thai women were whores in your eyes.
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Re: The Good in Human Nature

Postby Jonny Law » April 30th, 2017, 2:41 pm

Dear Zambales,
You Say: Your referring to the West, predominantly the UK. Anyway, I thought all Thai women were whores in your eyes.

"I thought all Thai women were whores in your eyes."
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Reporting Live from Thailand!
If it walks like a duck and quacks like a duck it might be a duck. And she might be a whore.
I live in a small town in Thailand. I am immersed within Thai Culture and Society.
I AM SO FU*KING SICK OF THAI BITCHES ACTING PURE AND INNOCENT AND BEING COMPLETE WHORES!

Three Types of Thai Women
1. Asexual
2. Man Hating Lesbians
3. Whores
And none of them are Relatioship Material. At best Thais are good for Loving-And-Leaving.

NEWSFLASH!
This just in. Thai women are racist. Thai women Hate you White Boy (Asian Men are treated much better by Thai women).
* They just want your baby White Boy and the divorce rape you. Just from the White friends I know here.

Women in the West and Thailand
1. Are divorce loving c**ts that hate men.
2. Love to move to cities and coastal towns that have a high influx of tourists as soon as they gradute from high school.
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Re: The Good in Human Nature

Postby Jonny Law » April 30th, 2017, 3:01 pm

Jonny Law Explains
The Good in Human Nature
There are two main reasons someone is nice to you:
1. They are afraid of you
2. They want to fuck-you.
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Re: The Good in Human Nature

Postby Wolfeye » May 6th, 2017, 2:09 am

Kradmelder: Good stuff! Might have something to do with you having a motorcycle- a car seems like shielding & like you're being greedy for conveniences. By the way: What bike(s) do you have? I'm looking into getting one & I want off-road ability combined with an ability to go cross-country while sitting upright. I'm thinking of maybe having a Harley converted to a semi-dirt bike (meaning it would mostly be a Harley, but I could handle things like curbs & driving it straight off the bed of a truck/van- you never know when that would come in handy or when you'd need to cut through some unpaved ground). I'm very new when it comes to bikes & I have a hard time finding things that explain it. Living in New York doesn't help, since everything's a pain in the ass & I don't live way upstate.

Speaking on the topic of people helping out & being sociable, I had a similar experience when I was in Hungary: I couldn't find the place I booked a room at & was having problems getting the internet to work on my phone (which was still pretty new to me). I couldn't call the place, since I didn't have internet to get the number & I booked it on Booking.com- not from the people at the actual place (so no "recently called" list). It was called Apartments4You. I wind up going to a place that HAS apartments, and people DO rent them out, but it's not a place that's like a hotel with a front desk to book rooms at.
So I'm wandering around, trying to find the right place, and I go into a gym because it was open (it was at night & there weren't a lot of people around or places that were open) & I asked the woman at the desk about it. She looks all kinds of stuff up, writes me things down, explains things to me, and tells me if I can't find the place I could just go straight down the Danube & I'll eventually run into one that probably wouldn't be that cheap, but it would be there.
So I'm walking around, I couldn't find the place, and I'm taking her advice to go down the Danube. I'm walking for a while & I run into these three guys that were speaking English with what sounded like a British accent (apparently, the British teach English in other countries like Americans do & people sometimes pick up that accent when they're speaking English). I ask them if there's a hotel up ahead & tell them my situation, then they offer to help me out. They walked with me for a good long while, in the cold, to help me find the place (we wind up at the same place) & then they book me a room at a hotel I didn't know about that was a bit further up. They walk me to the place & wait until I'm checked-in, I offer to give them some money for all the help they gave me & they turned it down (twice, actually), we exchange numbers & didn't wind up doing anything- but I was utterly floored by that. I told them I thought that this would NEVER happen in America.

We also had good conversation along the way, about a variety of things. I noticed the Hungarians are a pretty worldly people & it was a lucky thing I have some historical details & a philosophical ability or things would probably have been pretty dull. A conversation about mostly anything in detail is a rare thing in the US (in my experience) & it's rare that the subjects are on things that are more intangible (like cultural traits & historical situations having influence down the road). Oh- and no one freaked-out & accused someone of racism! I think it came up jokingly, but it was just that.
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