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Postby momopi » Thu Nov 06, 2008 5:57 pm

There is no Census data on dating, only marriage. We can only assume that those who date end up married (LoL). So, let's look at 2006 US Census data:
http://www.census.gov/population/www/so ... s2006.html

Non-Hispanic White Males, never married:
25-29: 54.4%
30-34: 30.5%
35-39: 20.1%
40-44: 16.4%

Hispanic Males, never married:
25-29: 51.5%
30-34: 30.5%
35-39: 25.5%
40-44: 18.5%

Asian Males, never married:
25-29: 72.5%
30-34: 37.3%
35-39: 18%
40-44: 16.2%

From the data we can make an educated guess that non-Hispanic white males under 30 has a slight advantage over Hispanics, while the vast majority of Asian males under 30 remain single.

By the age 35 bracket however, the Asian males catch up in the marriage statistic. So we can conclude that many Asian guys are late bloomers.

As for Asian-Indians (Bombay), according to these statistics:
http://www.asian-nation.org/interracial.shtml

1.5+ generation American Asian Indian males are 31.4% likely to marry white women. HOWEVER, Indian immigrants in large numbers is relatively new and, taking the broader perspective, only 5.5% of all male Indian US citizens are married to whites. Thus you don't see a lot of Indian Male & White Female couples.
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Postby wuming » Fri Nov 07, 2008 3:42 pm

momopi, I am becoming regularly impressed with your clear use and interpretation of statistical data, thank you for sharing.

Here's to being in the top 20% of any group!
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Postby Winston » Fri Nov 07, 2008 3:49 pm

wuming wrote:momopi, I am becoming regularly impressed with your clear use and interpretation of statistical data, thank you for sharing.

Here's to being in the top 20% of any group!


W: I agree. I think momopi's talents are being wasted working as a corporate drone in the IT field. He should be a top advisor to CEO's or politicians, or maybe even to economists and sociologists.

If this were Star Trek, he's make a perfect Science Officer too :)

He is well rounded, practical, intelligent, yet wise and balanced and able to see the big picture.
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Postby Winston » Fri Nov 07, 2008 3:58 pm

By the way momopi, I was just wondering out of curiosity, it seems that you are not on a quest to find happiness, love or a better life abroad, so how did you come to be involved with this site and with International Living Forum?

I believe I met you through Ladislav. He must have met you on International Living Forum or something.

So how did you get involved with all that, since your interests do not seem to be in "trying to hook up with foreign women". It seems like you just let things develop naturally in your cliques, groups, anime clubs, etc. So how did our movement ever appeal to you?
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Postby Grunt » Fri Nov 07, 2008 6:57 pm

In a freemason controlled society, all "free thinkers" are identified at a young age and "encouraged" to drift off into drugs, thus distracting them or better yet landing them in jail.

Since we do indeed live in a masonic dominated society, masons make sure any and all decent jobs are for them and their ilk...alone.

Thus, if someone somehow manages to avoid jail time and makes it through college without every last shred of individuality stripped will remain stuck in a dead end job with little to no chance for upward mobility.

A person in that position has two choices, join the local masonic order then marvel at how many opportunities open to them. Or, to invest some capital in their own venture, at which point all local masonic run companies (read all) will do all they can, collectively, to shut you down and ruin your life.

Entire networks exist in every town in America that devote their time to just such efforts. Corruption in America has been entrenching for 100+ years, and such people dont give up their power willingly.

I am lucky because I have self-taught myself end user computer tech support, and I supplement my feeble VA pension with that. In time I could probably make a decent chunk of change, but that would involve staying in America for the next few years. And thats something I aint gonna do.
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Postby momopi » Fri Nov 07, 2008 7:13 pm

Domo arigato for all the compliments!

I'm a senior analyst for one of the world's largest mutual fund companies. Specifically, I do trend analysis on growth and spending in IT, plus various geeky IT stuff that my boss keeps dumping on me at work.

If anyone is interested in my field, the best advice I can give is to get a job in global research analyst field instead. Last year, our global research analysts visited over 70 countries. They get sent to a factory or refinery in the middle of Russia somewhere to do inspection, and write reports for our investment analysts to decide if we should invest there.

Due to current market conditions, the company is hurting pretty bad. We may be laying off 25%-30% of the staff in certain areas. I'm in the parent organization so that's last on the chopping block, but in worst case, you'd find me on a beach overseas sipping mango drink until this mess blows over.

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Years prior to joining international living, I've had girlfriends in or from Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan, Vietnam, etc. Was looking into relocating to Asia at one point, but didn't work out. Then my buddy hooked up with a Pinay GF and convinced me to look into real estate in the Philippines.

We made plans to do some investments in Makati in 2006, but it got scrapped when they opted to get married and buy a house in LA. I was his best man at the wedding and godfather to their child. hmf, baby... gee I was wondering why they wanted to get married in a hurry. ;p

It'd be incorrect to say that I don't hook up with foreign women, been there & done that. My ex-GF last year was in Taiwan. I date girls locally in California, but also maintain contacts overseas. It's a lot easier these days with MSN and Skype, compared to ytalk, irc, & ICQ era.

For Asian Americans in LA area who'd like to network and meet people, I could suggest Asian Professional Exchange (APEX), Young Generation Asian Professionals (YGAP), or even local Yelp events.

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Postby Winston » Fri Nov 07, 2008 11:09 pm

Grunt, where's the evidence that the freemasons control everything? Most Americans don't even know what the freemasons are, other than that they are some cult for the elite. How can they control things if most people don't know about them?
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Postby Grunt » Sat Nov 08, 2008 4:49 am

Sorry Winston, but that line of thinking is not based in reality.

How is it that none know of the masons?

Let me ask you this, how is it that none know that the vast majority of the Bolsheviks were Jewish? Or that the vast majority of "neo-cons" are also Jewish?

Or, more relevant to the current members, how is it most American men do not know foreign ladies are in every way superior to American females?

It is not known because the "powers that be" do not wish it to be widely known.

By the way, the vast overwhelming majority of "family court" lawyers and judges raking in millions from the pain and suffering of good men...are masons.
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Postby Winston » Sat Nov 08, 2008 1:53 pm

But how do you know this Grunt? Where's the solid irrefutable evidence? What makes what you said different from any other wild conspiracy theory?
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Postby Grunt » Sat Nov 08, 2008 4:18 pm

Dont listen to me, listen to the masons themselves!

The initiate must take “blood oathsâ€￾ in order to progress to higher levels of initiation. A friend of mine who was a 32 degree “Shrinerâ€￾ Freemason left the secret society because the blood oaths became unconscionable and repulsive to him. The blood oaths themselves imply or state that the initiate will suffer a most horrible death if he reveals the secrets of the lodge. Some men have reported being required to drink blood from a skull as part of a Masonic initiation. Many judges and lawyers are Freemasons. In fact, a very large number of civil servants, from judges to presidents, are members of secret societies such as Skull & Bones, Knights of Malta and Freemasonry.

Can we trust judges and lawyers who are Freemasons? According to the HANDBOOK OF MASONRY by Ronanyne, page 183: “You must conceal all the crimes of your brother Mason….and should you be summoned as a witness against a brother Mason be always sure to shield him. It may be perjury to do this, it is true, but you’re keeping your obligations.â€￾

The following is the blood oath that Freemasonic “Shrinersâ€￾ take: “In willful violation whereof may I incur the fearful penalty of having my eyeballs pierced to thru center with a three edged blade, my feet flayed and forced to walk the hot sands upon the sterile shores of the red sea until the flaming Sun shall strike with a livid plague, and my Allah the god of Arab, Moslem and Mohammedan, the god of our fathers, support me to the entire fulfillment of the same.â€￾

Sounds a like happy bunch to me.
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Postby Winston » Sat Nov 08, 2008 4:28 pm

Nice. But where is the objective proof or evidence that they control most of America and the elite, big businesses, banks, etc.?

There is a new movie coming out called "The International". You might like it. It's about how the banks secretly control everything. I saw the previews for it. It looks like a conspiracy type movie.
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Postby Grunt » Sun Nov 09, 2008 1:27 am

Well, if you dont have the desire to research, what else can anyone offer? The proof is there, if you choose to look.
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Postby Winston » Sun Nov 09, 2008 8:02 am

Grunt wrote:Dont listen to me, listen to the masons themselves!

The initiate must take “blood oathsâ€￾ in order to progress to higher levels of initiation. A friend of mine who was a 32 degree “Shrinerâ€￾ Freemason left the secret society because the blood oaths became unconscionable and repulsive to him. The blood oaths themselves imply or state that the initiate will suffer a most horrible death if he reveals the secrets of the lodge. Some men have reported being required to drink blood from a skull as part of a Masonic initiation. Many judges and lawyers are Freemasons. In fact, a very large number of civil servants, from judges to presidents, are members of secret societies such as Skull & Bones, Knights of Malta and Freemasonry.

Can we trust judges and lawyers who are Freemasons? According to the HANDBOOK OF MASONRY by Ronanyne, page 183: “You must conceal all the crimes of your brother Mason….and should you be summoned as a witness against a brother Mason be always sure to shield him. It may be perjury to do this, it is true, but you’re keeping your obligations.â€￾

The following is the blood oath that Freemasonic “Shrinersâ€￾ take: “In willful violation whereof may I incur the fearful penalty of having my eyeballs pierced to thru center with a three edged blade, my feet flayed and forced to walk the hot sands upon the sterile shores of the red sea until the flaming Sun shall strike with a livid plague, and my Allah the god of Arab, Moslem and Mohammedan, the god of our fathers, support me to the entire fulfillment of the same.â€￾

Sounds a like happy bunch to me.


W: Those are big and extreme words indeed. Where did you get them? Surely not from the Masons website? They claim to be a civil fraternity that helps people do good and establish networks. You got it from someone who claims to have seen the inner order right? How do you know it's credible then?

The problem with conspiracies is that you can't find solid evidence because a conspiracy by nature is secretive and covers up the evidence.

Yet at the same time, a reasonable person can't believe wild claims based on hearsay alone.
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Postby Grunt » Sun Nov 09, 2008 7:26 pm

George Bush claims to be a "compassionate conservative". The Nazi's claimed to seek a restoration of German strength. And scientologists claim to be a self help group...not a deranged cult whos leader was a convicted pederast and a goodly number of its members were caught and jailed in an attempt to infiltrate numerous federal agencies in a bid to gain information on their "enemies".

Or, many females in America claim they are "not like the other girls"..but statistically, it is very VERY likely they are exactly like the other girls.

Dont judge a book by its cover would be an apt phrase.
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Postby wraith » Sun Nov 09, 2008 7:50 pm

Stop going off topic, guys. this thread isn't about freemasonry.
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