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Re: Why teaching English is probably the only option for mos

Posted: October 24th, 2015, 12:14 am
by Cornfed
travelsouth wrote:
Cornfed wrote:
travelsouth wrote:I'm not justifying the decisions and selection of American women, I'm just saying they have the right to make those selections.
Really, why?
When you have a daughter and some guy ignores her right to decide... I wonder who you will side with.
She would have no such right. In would be my right to decide that would be important.

Re: Why teaching English is probably the only option for mos

Posted: October 24th, 2015, 12:32 am
by yick
Cornfed wrote:
travelsouth wrote:
Cornfed wrote:
travelsouth wrote:I'm not justifying the decisions and selection of American women, I'm just saying they have the right to make those selections.
Really, why?
When you have a daughter and some guy ignores her right to decide... I wonder who you will side with.
She would have no such right. In would be my right to decide that would be important.
What are the chances of you procreating? Fat midgets aren't exactly beating away women with a stick.

Your own women don't want you, genetic waste whose DNA will soon be dust in the wind. 8)

Re: Why teaching English is probably the only option for mos

Posted: October 24th, 2015, 12:58 am
by Eightfold Path
yick wrote:
Cornfed wrote:
travelsouth wrote:
Cornfed wrote:
travelsouth wrote:I'm not justifying the decisions and selection of American women, I'm just saying they have the right to make those selections.
Really, why?
When you have a daughter and some guy ignores her right to decide... I wonder who you will side with.
She would have no such right. In would be my right to decide that would be important.
What are the chances of you procreating? Fat midgets aren't exactly beating away women with a stick.

Your own women don't want you, genetic waste whose DNA will soon be dust in the wind. 8)
He seeks to control his child like some kind of robot, yet I'M the troll. Go figure, huh?

Re: Why teaching English is probably the only option for mos

Posted: October 24th, 2015, 5:39 am
by mahadeveshwara
Eightfold Path wrote:
yick wrote:When I came to this forum, I thought this is what the 'Happier Abroad' movement was all about, but from the majority of the posts here, most of the kids on here seem preoccupied with not getting laid. I have been abroad for long periods of time and not gotten laid and been quite happy.

Though I'll never date another woman from my country again, that is because I am happy where I am and intend to be there long term. I also find learning the language helps with talking to and ultimately dating women. From what I read, the chaps on here go to places like Colombia, Mexico and Taiwan and wonder why their 'PUA skills' are not up to scratch when they are trying to pick up local women with a foreign language. :roll:
That's why I rarely post in public and privately message people instead. I'm honestly surprised but then not at the same time when I think about how this site lasted as long as it did. First, Peter came around with his lunacy, then obdo with his hatred and bile. Now we have fundamentalists and MGTOW who need a book of fairy tales to get women or blame the government for their hand in life. How many of the members here have actually left their homelands? I bet I can count them on one hand and still have fingers left.

The language bit is also common sense. It's funny though. These gents here say western culture is so toxic, and they fail to realise that women who speak English in these other countries are on their way to westernisation. I don't blame you for taking a hiatus from this community. May I ask where you are now?
Right Speech is the third of the eight path factors in the Noble Eightfold Path, and belongs to the virtue division of the path.

The definition

"And what is right speech? Abstaining from lying, from divisive speech, from abusive speech, & from idle chatter: This is called right speech."

— SN 45.8

http://www.accesstoinsight.org/ptf/dham ... amma-vaca/

Re: Why teaching English is probably the only option for mos

Posted: October 24th, 2015, 5:45 am
by Yohan
Eightfold Path wrote:Wow. You really aren't very bright for an atheist. That was clearly a joke. Me making fun of the board's fundamentalists.
Sorry, but a troll like you who is talking about Jews, and claiming to be a Buddhist is a joke for itself.

Re: Why teaching English is probably the only option for mos

Posted: October 24th, 2015, 5:52 am
by droid
mahadeveshwara wrote: Right Speech is the third of the eight path factors in the Noble Eightfold Path, and belongs to the virtue division of the path.
The definition
"And what is right speech? Abstaining from lying, from divisive speech, from abusive speech, & from idle chatter: This is called right speech."

— SN 45.8
http://wrww.accesstoinsight.org/ptf/dha ... amma-vaca/
+1
Elegant and appropriate

Re: Why teaching English is probably the only option for mos

Posted: October 24th, 2015, 6:04 am
by Eightfold Path
Yohan wrote:
Eightfold Path wrote:Wow. You really aren't very bright for an atheist. That was clearly a joke. Me making fun of the board's fundamentalists.
Sorry, but a troll like you who is talking about Jews, and claiming to be a Buddhist is a joke for itself.
And an idiot like you who doesn't understand the concept of humour is also a joke for itself. Moron.

Re: Why teaching English is probably the only option for mos

Posted: October 24th, 2015, 7:30 pm
by Yohan
Eightfold Path wrote: Moron
Troll

Re: Why teaching English is probably the only option for mos

Posted: October 25th, 2015, 9:25 pm
by Farmer308
Having recently returned to the USA for an assignment, it seems to me that the USA is wall to wall easy and available attractive women. When I say attractive I mean to use for sex, not as a life or marriage partner. I am currently working on a small town hospital (5000 population) and have already noticed dozens of available women age 20-40. Many of these women are making it obvious they are avaliable. The number if divorced-with-two -kids ages 25 to 45 who are desperately single is shocking to me.

Re: Why teaching English is probably the only option for mos

Posted: October 27th, 2015, 7:53 pm
by sentinel89
So when you say attractive you mean post wall women with stretchmarks that have a low SMV

Re: Why teaching English is probably the only option for mos

Posted: October 31st, 2015, 2:54 pm
by Hero
Anyone here familiar with the Wesli TEFL teacher training program? It's a 5-week program that integrates classroom experience with book learning.

Re: Why teaching English is probably the only option for mos

Posted: November 2nd, 2015, 10:09 pm
by sentinel89
Hero, I'd strongly recommend getting a CELTA instead of a generic TEFL course. While in 90% of jobs it won't matter, there are some jobs that will strongly prefer CELTA over TEFL, but there are no jobs that prefer TEFL over CELTA.

Re: Why teaching English is probably the only option for mos

Posted: November 3rd, 2015, 1:25 am
by Hero
sentinel89 wrote:Hero, I'd strongly recommend getting a CELTA instead of a generic TEFL course. While in 90% of jobs it won't matter, there are some jobs that will strongly prefer CELTA over TEFL, but there are no jobs that prefer TEFL over CELTA.
I think that you need a letter of recommendation to get into CELTA, and I don't know who could write me one.

Re: Why teaching English is probably the only option for mos

Posted: November 3rd, 2015, 1:35 am
by sentinel89
Hero wrote:
sentinel89 wrote:Hero, I'd strongly recommend getting a CELTA instead of a generic TEFL course. While in 90% of jobs it won't matter, there are some jobs that will strongly prefer CELTA over TEFL, but there are no jobs that prefer TEFL over CELTA.
I think that you need a letter of recommendation to get into CELTA, and I don't know who could write me one.
I wasn't aware of that. But if that is the case, dude, just get anyone to write it. Who cares? They probably don't even look at it.

Re: Why teaching English is probably the only option for mos

Posted: November 3rd, 2015, 2:12 am
by Hero
sentinel89 wrote:
Hero wrote:
sentinel89 wrote:Hero, I'd strongly recommend getting a CELTA instead of a generic TEFL course. While in 90% of jobs it won't matter, there are some jobs that will strongly prefer CELTA over TEFL, but there are no jobs that prefer TEFL over CELTA.
I think that you need a letter of recommendation to get into CELTA, and I don't know who could write me one.
I wasn't aware of that. But if that is the case, dude, just get anyone to write it. Who cares? They probably don't even look at it.
OK, Sentinel. You can write me a letter :P

But seriously, when I was applying to graduate schools, letters of recommendation were the MOST important factor in deciding admission.