White Untouchables from Hell


Ton:
“We don’t have the numbers to win the revolution but [we] can win the counter revolution once the other sides punch themselves out.”

A truth simply stated needs no embellishment, but I am tempted to try:

Our women are hell bent on creating a cast system in the West, and turning their brothers and fathers and sons into a new permanent “untouchables” class. What sort of an underclass will we be? Some of us are already welcoming the role. White male sycophants long to be leaders of virtue signalling. What about you? Will you fall into this milksop cringe-making, or will you reject it? Will you behave?

Me? No. You???

Speaking for myself here, as one who is already misbehaving:

Damn near all of modern ease is the white man’s doing. We built almost 100% of it – good, bad, and indifferent. But the good outweighs the bad by a huge margin. The sheer size of the human population is evidence of this. A world dominated by white male privilege is a world conducive to human life.

Feminists hate this fact and would do anything to negate it. The white man’s boundless creativity will continue for as long as he draws breath, so the only solution is the ultimate one. Kill him off. That’s what’s going on right now. Kill the creative ones and leave nought but the milksops… maybe (if they are lucky).

That is what the craven white male virtue signalling is all about. Look at me! I hate myself! Aren’t I wonderful? May I fuck you now? Please help me get my dick up… where is my fucking dick… Help me mummy…

Pathetic. #KillAllWhiteMen. In particular, kill the straight white male aspect of humanity. Kill white masculinity. That is what feminists want and have always wanted.

In a democracy the white man’s greatest weakness is his diversity. His diversity of thought, ideas, intellect, activity, is truly astonishing. The white man’s vote is never mentioned at election time. Unlike women and “minorities” he is not a voting block. He has no collective mind. No political stance will attract him as a demographic. More than any other demographic, he both sees the problem and is the creator of the problem in the first place. He is the worst of times and the best of times. Marx, Stalin, Candy Man… Aristotle, Shakespeare, Einstein.

So, white men, now that your democracy is dying, what sort of “underclass” will you make of yourselves? I think we will be the most unruly ever, because our greatest weakness, diversity, is also our greatest strength. As well as being utter dopes, we are simultaneously pragmatic, objective, analytical, inventive beyond peer. We are as original as all hell, for good and for bad. In their pathological hatred of the Patriarchy, feminism will discover it is holding a monumental tiger by the tail.

As for my own forays into anti-establishment behavior, hell I’ve enjoyed it. I’ve got an inbuilt gift for it. If that’s what you want, ladies, bring it on.

I remember an elderly female relative once looked at me as intensely as it is possible for one human to look at another. She actually knelt down to have me at eye level. “Cill”, she said, “you are a rascal. You are a right little ragamuffiny angel.” Well, I know for certain I’m not the only white male ragamuffiny angel in this world.

We will not be an easy underclass. We build, we destroy. We created democracy and due process and the separation of powers. At once, we are masters of mayhem and our capacity for mischief is immense.

They hate us for being more beneficial for humanity than they have been. The contrast between our achievement and their lack of it is almost laughable. We are the envy of the world. We have many immitators but none can do it as well as we. Migration stats are the proof.

Yes it is funny. Poor feminism! Men better for humanity than women? Never! Not fair! Women are the great creators! No they are not. It’s a form of the old “women bear the pain of childbirth” bleat. It just don’t cut it any more. I call that solopsistic claim to the ultimate pain, FAKE.

Nature ordains men to succumb like automatons to the allure of the female. Once men open their eyes to the reality, it can astonish them to realize what a charade they have been living and how ridiculous they have allowed themselves to become.

Are we really that much worse than anyone else? We can’t make that claim honestly, as a matter of fact, unless we acknowledge that we are also the best.

Which aspect of white men do POC and feminists want? It’s pretty obvious, ain’t it, that they want to bring out the worst in us. In uniting the world against us, they will get a very nasty real bad grief. As we have always done, we will seize the situation and prove we have a talent for it.

They are the instigators of the gulf between us. We will finish it. No-one can destroy a bridge as thoroughly as the man who designed it and constructed it himself.

Posted in Cill, Feminism, SJW, Trainwreck
174 comments on “White Untouchables from Hell
  1. SFC Ton says:

    LOL let’s do what we can to ensure it goes our way 😉

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  2. Larry G says:

    Cill on a roll with this article. A couple of minor notes from my own perspective, this “war on men” seems to be, for the most part, a Western culture self inflicted disease. A few of us that have traveled and/or lived outside of the western culture in some backwater countries, at least from my experience, didn’t see nearly as much of this feminist bullshit. One reason I would guess is the men of those countries don’t tolerate the females getting too far out of line before the ladies are forcibly reminded just who the fuck is really in charge.
    This whole western cluster fuck started when MEN started thinking the females were “equals”, they are not and never will be. Men gave them the vote, the birth control pill, and now keep backing up when the bitches really deserve a backhand bitch-slap to knock the stupidity out of them.
    There are definite times and circumstances a woman needs strong correction, pain is useful in driving home the lesson, just like a kid. Oh well, I can sit back in my old age and say “not my monkey, not my circus”, y’all can deal with it.

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  3. Larry G says:

    damn Cill, now you really got me thinking….over the centuries men have perfected the concept and execution of scorched earth warfare and the complete annihilation of an enemy. Any stupid cunt who thinks she can “be just like a man” in war or peacetime and runs off at the mouth like diarrhea how “progressive and modern” she is had best remember who it was that created this society of plenty and ease. Men can, and if provoked enough, are quite capable of burning this society to the ground.

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  4. Cill says:

    Ton and Larry and anyone else who has read this post: I notified FB of the draft before it was ready. I’ve fixed it now, if you can be bothered reading it again. If not, fair enough. My fault.

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  5. Larry G says:

    “We will not be an easy underclass. We build, we destroy. We created democracy and due process and the separation of powers. At once, we are masters of mayhem and our capacity for mischief is immense.”

    so far the cunts have been screeching to each other about how brave and liberated they are as they poke the lion..the lion, for now, is still annoyed but it’s patience has a limit. “ladies” once the patience is exhausted and the lion’s rage is stoked, no one will be there to save your cute little asses from the mauling and grief you so richly deserve

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  6. Larry G says:

    “Ton and Larry and anyone else who has read this post: I notified FB of the draft before it was ready. I’ve fixed it now, if you can be bothered reading it again. If not, fair enough. My fault.”

    well fuck. Guess I’ll have to print off a second copy, Cill

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  7. Larry G says:

    “So, white men, now that your democracy is dying, what sort of “underclass” will you make of yourselves? I think we will be the most unruly ever, because our greatest weakness, diversity, is also our greatest strength. As well as being utter dopes, we are simultaneously pragmatic, objective, analytical, inventive beyond peer. We are as original as all hell, for good and for bad. In their pathological hatred of the Patriarchy, feminism will discover it is holding a monumental tiger by the tail.”

    Had to add a few attributes that you left off “pragmatic, objective, analytical, inventive”…capable of extreme cruelty, completely vengeful, utterly vicious, cold-hearted and merciless…
    If the females really want war with their menfolk, men can deliver that to the doorstep

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  8. theshadowedknight says:

    Of course we have the numbers. Even if they outnumbered us–and that isn’t a sure thing–white men are capable of holding off hundreds of times their numbers of non-whites. Look up Rourke’s Drift, Keh Sanh, or any other fight with white men against non-whites.

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  9. … Once men open their eyes to the reality, it can astonish them to realize what a charade they have been living and how ridiculous they have allowed themselves to become.

    This has been on my mind much lately, as in, “How the fuck did we get here? How the fuck do we get out?” But mostly, “Why the fuck do you think I’m going to put up with that bullshit? Fuck that noise.”

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  10. We were surrounded, but not infiltrated with back-stabbers, in those cases. Don’t think we can say the same thing today.

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  11. Farm Boy says:

    How did we get here?

    Perhaps some men lost self-respect.

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  12. Gunner Q says:

    “capable of extreme cruelty, completely vengeful, utterly vicious, cold-hearted and merciless…If the females really want war with their menfolk, men can deliver that to the doorstep”

    The tricky part will be preventing them from liking it.

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  13. Gunner Q says:

    I’ve sat down and done the math. What should I do if I’m declared a criminal because I’m innocent… if everything I lawfully own will be taken away by looters under color of law… if our Elites starve me while reserving choice meats for themselves… if I’m already damned to life imprisonment… if there’s nowhere to run and nowhere to hide.

    The solutions

    …are obvious and I even have some of the skills already, but I keep wondering if God would approve of me doing what survival in New World Order will require. The anklebiters will never appreciate how fortunate they are that the little black voice in my head is smothered in Christian dogma.

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  14. Sumo says:

    “White men” fucked over my grandparents and around 20000 other Japanese immigrants to Canuckistan due to a war with a bunch of facist assholes who took control of the motherland. About 50 years later, some other “white men” publicly stated that fucking over my grandparents and the other Japanese immigrants was not the best plan.

    I’m kinda sorta okay with that. What happened to my family was not cool, but after WWII ended, my grandparents made a pretty damned good life for themselves, their children, and subsequently, their grandchildren (namely, ME). That was mostly due to their hard work, but also because the “white men” left them alone to make their own way.

    Can’t ask for anything more than that.

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  15. horsemanbombadil says:

    Our other great strength is our ability to endure.

    We can do without because we know we can rebuild.
    We do not fear nor mourn the passing of a great thing as it will be replaced by a new monument to our ability.

    We can tolerate the pain of excising the wound to make the whole stronger.

    For what is achievement but the result of effort, sweat, ingenuity, risk.

    Our second greatest threat to those who would seek to destroy, a quiet, sincere
    “Sure burn it all down, see if I care.”

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  16. horsemanbombadil says:

    “The tricky part will be preventing them from liking it.”

    At that point we will not even notice.

    They will be as insignificant as the mosquito he casually slaps into paste for being an irritant.

    We will abandon them in the wreckage like a once useful tool, now bent and of no value, thrown on the junk pile after a storm.

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  17. horsemanbombadil says:

    He does not get mad. He goes cold.

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  18. Ta-dah!

    [A very helpful horse that would be]

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  19. Jeez, it’s nice out today. Sunny, breezy and 65F.

    Hurrah for Fall!

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  20. Cheque d'Out says:

    Well…this is awkward. More tea, anyone?

    The Vulcan was designed to fly across the air defences of Eastern Europe to get to Russia, hence the electronic defences, and was flying in 1952. Initially designed to fly high but later it was required to fly nap of the earth. That huge wing area made it unexpectedly agile even at very high altitude.

    The final flying Vulcan did a farewell tour of the UK, I heard the noisy bugger when it flew over my house. Looked up and saw the huge delta wing.

    One that couldn’t make it home from the Falklands

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  21. Cheque d'Out says:

    Speaking of high flying deltas

    The Star-Raker began life as an alternative proposal by Rockwell for the Space Shuttle, but in 1978 they fleshed out the concept as a cargo ferry to deliver tens of thousands of tons to orbit every year as part of a visionary plan for the US to build a network of space power stations to supply the nation’s energy needs.
    Star-Raker would have been 2000 tons at launch, over 100 meters long and powered by 10 multi-mode airbreathing jet engines, 3 hydrogen fueled rocket engines and a pair of orbital maneuvering engines. Ultimately it never flew but it was an interesting study in what it might take to build a single stage to orbit spaceplane with the technology of the era.

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  22. Cheque d'Out says:

    Hold on to your hats! Ze Chermanz are hypocrits! I’m schocked! Schocked, I tell you.

    The EU thugs too but that shocks no one.

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  23. The surface area on the big deltas would result ins a lot of drag, right?

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  24. Cheque d'Out says:

    My understanding of the big delta was that you had high maneuverability at altitude. Thin air but large wing area.

    I suspect that Deti might be of aid here.

    Oh and thanks for the Shrikes (second video) as well as the latest Sidewinders that meant our Harriers had a far better time against fast jets than might have been expected.

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  25. I wonder if big companies like the FAANG entities have to be evil at some point to continue existing at the top. Maybe they didn’t start out that way, “first-to-market or better mousetrap advantage”, but to stay at the top, they have to resort to being as evil as they can get away with?

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  26. Something I have been doing lately is helping out with a candidate campaign for a deplorable. I have become the coffee and donuts girl showing up to support the deplorable‘s who put together stages and other things so these events can happen. I have an officially been declared the coolest member of the candidate team! When I deliver the coffee they stop and they stand around and they talk about things like Ton would talk about and how all that will go down. And I smile and say, “I can’t help with that stuff, but I can bring coffee and doughnuts!” And they laugh and say “yes, if you do that we will take care of the rest.” Mostly former special forces types. Good friends to have! Lol.

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  27. *not will go down but could go down I should say. I hope they are wrong about all that and the masses just move along to the next shiny object but they did say be ready to bunk down for several months if needed.

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  28. I also clap and say how great the stage looks and how wonderful they all are and that seems to help, too. Lol. Cheerleading of sorts!

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  29. Farm Boy says:

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  30. Liz says:

    I wonder if big companies like the FAANG entities have to be evil at some point to continue existing at the top. Maybe they didn’t start out that way, “first-to-market or better mousetrap advantage”, but to stay at the top, they have to resort to being as evil as they can get away with?

    Think it comes with compromising one’s principles. Becomes easier over time and then the justifications start. Then the entitlement.

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  31. Liz says:

    The above is what happens with upper level military leadership so I assume the pattern is similar.

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  32. h0neyc0mb says:

    Depends .. what’s your AoA?

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  33. horsemanbombadil says:

    The FAANG stocks are companies that produce nothing.

    Amazon is an overgrown warehouse, freight forwarder. The other four are marketing companies on steroids. When the govt money stops and the effects of 20% unemployed not spending we will see what has value.

    Why “Go ahead, sure burn it all down” is such a quiet threat.

    Minneapolis burned out housing n February.
    When the last mini mart in Harlem boards up.
    California without tourists.

    We will just, simply, not rebuild. “Not my campfire, not my rubble, not my project.”

    Destroy the city, I move into the farm, raze the farm, I move into the forest.

    I can build a cozy house with an axe, start a warm fire with a flint, hunt a filling meal with bow or fishing spear. Yes you destroy what I have built but they are just things, to be replaced by my skill and sweat at a time of my choosing. Attack my civilization and I will let you sit in the ashes.

    Stick with attacking things.

    Attack me and mine and I will take you from the shadows.
    Quietly
    Efficiently
    Unemotionally
    Immorallly

    A mosquito to be squashed.

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  34. Gunner Q says:

    “I wonder if big companies like the FAANG entities have to be evil at some point to continue existing at the top. Maybe they didn’t start out that way, “first-to-market or better mousetrap advantage”, but to stay at the top, they have to resort to being as evil as they can get away with?”

    They found themselves with the power to control what people say and those in authority desperately lust for exactly that power. The choices were comply or die, I’m sure.

    Imagine Zuckerberg publicly warning the world of a Zionist/homopedo/neocon cabal trying to use his company as part of a mind-control project to create a world government throne for the prince of darkness. He’d be in a straitjacket or a shallow grave.

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  35. horsemanbombadil says:

    In caste societies the output of the underclass are not wanted, seen as dirty.

    So we will just pack up our unwanted tools.

    Like we did in Detroit. Baltimore. India. Rhodesia.

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  36. horsemanbombadil says:

    See NYC or California, Toronto or Vancouver in another year as the deplorables leave with their money and skills.

    It is actually something I am waiting to see from my quiet farm community.

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  37. I like to swoop down from outta the sun!!!

    [Perhaps useful for a headhunter this would be]

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  38. Farm Boy says:

    An embargoed and bankrupt Iran is teetering on the brink. Its international terrorist appendages, including Hezbollah, are broke.

    China is increasingly being ostracized by much of the world.

    The U.S. has cut its carbon emissions, often at a rate superior to those nations still adhering to the Paris climate accord targets.

    Cross-border illegal immigration has been reduced, according to many metrics.

    ISIS was bombed into near dissolution. Moderate regimes in the Middle East are ascendant; radical cliques like Hamas and al-Qaeda are not.

    More NATO members are meeting their commitments. The alliance’s aggregate defense investments are way up.

    Is any of that considered news? Not really.

    Instead, every three or four days the public is fed a series of fantasy “bombshells” much like the daily hysterias of the Robert Mueller investigation into alleged collusion between the Trump team and Russia — a two-year, media-hyped dud.

    In recent weeks the media warned us that Trump was dismantling the Post Office to disrupt mail-in balloting.

    Trump, we are told, has decided never to concede his sure loss in November and might have to be forcibly removed, perhaps by the military.

    We read that Trump defiled the memory of fallen American soldiers in cemeteries abroad. We are lectured that Trump supposedly never took COVID-19 seriously.

    https://pjmedia.com/victordavishanson/2020/09/17/the-news-as-we-once-knew-it-is-dead-n936292

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  39. Farm Boy says:

    A California man has been arrested after he allegedly attacked several people, including an elderly woman, during a rally held in support of President Donald Trump on Wednesday night.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8747601/California-man-33-punches-elderly-Trump-supporter-two-MAGA-rally.html

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  40. Farm Boy says:

    There’s evidence of criminal human activity causing forest fires. Over a dozen people have been charged recently with setting western wildfires

    https://dailycaller.com/2020/09/18/farrell-evidence-of-criminal-human-activity-causing-wildfires/

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  41. Farm Boy says:

    The viewership was down from last year’s average of 13 million viewers for the first game in the Monday Night Football doubleheader that featured the Houston Texans and New Orleans Saints.

    That’s a drop of 43%.

    Now, about those contract renegotiations with the networks: the Observer notes that literally billions are at stake. That is, the NFL may have to settle for a contract that is billions shy of what they were hoping for.

    Get woke…

    http://ace.mu.nu/archives/390313.php

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  42. Farm Boy says:

    A Colorado man was allegedly stabbed this week by an unhinged stranger who yelled “Black Lives Matter!” during a terrifying attack authorities known as a hate crime, reviews stated.

    https://gruntstuff.com/alleged-stabber-shouted-black-lives-matter-during-random-attack-in-colorado/89942/

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  43. RichardP says:

    RIP RBG.

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  44. okrahead says:

    RBG is taking a dirt nap…. Everybody put your heads on a swivel, because if you thought BLM/Antifa was crazy and violent before, they’re going to unleash everything they have now. Additionally, if the election ends up being contested in court, Sneaky Stinky Finger Joe just lost a vote. Everything is on the table now, and the left will be fighting like a cornered animal. It’s going to get worse before it gets better, but victory is in sight.

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  45. RichardP says:

    She is widely considered to be the frontrunner for the next Supreme Court vacancy during President Trump’s presidency.

    The long hair will probably do it for her.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amy_Coney_Barrett

    Trump just released his short-list for those he would consider for the Supreme Court. This will be considered proof that he had something to do with RBG’s death.

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  46. SFC Ton says:

    The thing about war is you don’t know if you’re going to win it or what the other guy is going to do

    Internment made sense, 100%, cold rational logic.

    Victory and surrival are their own kind of morals

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  47. SFC Ton says:

    I dare any one here to out-racist me.
    ……..

    Really want to go there?

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  48. SFC Ton says:

    have an officially been declared the coolest member
    …….

    Of course you have. You got one hell of a rack

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  49. SFC Ton says:

    RBG dying is a blessing to our side

    Let’s see how Trump handles it

    All judges go left, it’s what college educated fuckwads do but a decent judge can buy us more time

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  50. Liz says:

    So….a friend of ours from way back went into intel and was in charge of a bunch of surveillance, reconnaissance, stuff like that.
    He got hired by Google.
    His wife just posted on FB “the largest cloud ever to form over the United States called a Pyro cumulonimbus cloud….Formed in California due to all of the hot air over one particular fire.”

    and I be like, that ain’t the largest cloud, bish.
    The largest cloud is the one your man is making for Google.
    (I did not say that, but I was thinkin it)

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  51. theshadowedknight says:

    Oh, fuck, please not another woman. Put a man in there that won’t listen to his feeeeelings. Besides, a woman isn’t going to withstand the absolute madness of the nomination that will come.

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  52. “Really want to go there?”

    Helped my son with his Latin homework. Another 5000 points for me! Excelsior!

    [Verdi with envy I am]

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  53. Cill says:

    I finished me toil and and am reclining on the deck of me boat with a mug of CDDU in me hand. I feel good as gold.

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  54. Cill says:

    This CDDU is one of my better brews. All is well.

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  55. RichardP says:

    tdk said: Besides, a woman isn’t going to withstand the absolute madness of the nomination that will come.

    I learned something tonight. Will try to find a more formal source that states the same. Assuming this is true – the U.S. Constitution charges the POTUS with nominating a body to the U.S. Supreme Court. It charges the U.S. Senate with vetting said nominee, and then voting whether to accept or reject the choice of the POTUS. Hearings are offered as a political courtesy. They are not required by the U.S. Constitution.

    Apparently, McConnell is planning to stick to what was stated in the previous paragraph. No hearings. Just a vetting, and then a vote. Senate only. The U.S. House of Representatives will not be involved – in any way other than screaming at the Senate.

    If McConnell actually does this, he just might succeed in getting someone into RBGs seat sooner rather than later. The one hitch that might derail this plan is the fact that some Republican Seats in the Senate are up for grabs in the November election. Those Senators may not wish to vote on a Supreme Court nomination before the election.

    So stay tuned and keep your popcorn bin filled.

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  56. RichardP says:

    Sorry. Comment was from tsk, not tdk, TDK is a cheap brand of recording tape I have around the house.

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  57. JPF says:

    KH wrote Sunny, breezy and 65F.

    65F? Damn, I’d like to see that. Oh, you meant 65 degrees Fahrenheit.
    I’ve been apart from my wife for too long….

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  58. JPF says:

    @Liz “and I be like, that ain’t the largest cloud, bish”

    Is that a Sneakers movie reference? 🙂

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  59. Cill says:

    Sunny, breezy and 65F.

    Did he really say that? Should out sailing.

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  60. SFC Ton says:

    McConnell acting like he has a set of balls is intresting but will see if he bitches out.

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  61. SFC Ton says:

    Helped my son with his Latin homework. Another 5000 points for me! Excelsior!
    …….

    I was in the population decline bidness for 28’ish years and wokred on 5 continents…… many of them moslems, which should count for double points.

    I also have certain associations and blood kinship with groups that keep SJW’s up at night

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  62. SFC Ton says:

    I finished me toil and and am reclining on the deck of me boat with a mug of CDDU in me hand. I feel good as gold.
    ………….

    Last night I was back at the old place. One of the neighbourhood kids asked me to fix their bike.

    The chain needed to be lubed. Who in the fuck doesn’t know how to lube the chain on their kids bike? Ended up doing 4 bikes……. really harshed my mellow. Who the fuck doesn’t know how to lube the chain on their kids bike?

    Did see The Girls naked and that alwasy improves my outlook on life

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  63. Cheque d'Out says:

    Oh Noes

    Obviously

    I assume that The Donald won’t be allowed to select her replacement until after he wins the next election?

    Was the pretence that she was still alive long after her death become too difficult to maintain?

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  64. Cheque d'Out says:

    Bit ominous.
    El Wood MP is said by some to be military intellijunce type and/or glow ballist

    What the fuck do we need troops on the streets for? On the coast? Yeah. Not needed where I live, ta very much

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  65. SFC Ton says:

    The Donald ain’t really driving the train. He gets to drop some names

    It’s mostly up to the Senate and McConnell

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  66. Cheque d'Out says:

    She’s taking the news with all the solemnity and sanity that you might expect of a two year-old already hopped up on sugar who is refused another biscuit

    [Call them “cookies” here on Degoba we do]

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  67. Cheque d'Out says:

    Congrats on the full-fat mental illness face though. No half measures here

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  68. Cheque d'Out says:

    It’s just the right thing to do

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  69. Cheque d'Out says:

    My favourite of WWII

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  70. Cheque d'Out says:

    Beauty isn’t everything, after all

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  71. Liz says:

    She’s taking the news with all the solemnity and sanity that you might expect of a two year-old already hopped up on sugar who is refused another biscuit

    And this person can vote.

    Is that a Sneakers movie reference?

    Not an intentional one, but possibly. 😆

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  72. Liz says:

    Let’s see if I lose some followers (I’m all the way up to 13! Took me about a year)

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  73. This why women shouldn’t vote, or drive, or have smart phones.

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  74. Older son had his youtube deleted (~60 followers) for re-posting an obviously comic video meme about a Subway being RPG’ed after stopping $5 foot longs. Because reasons.

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  75. Cheque d'Out says:

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  76. Farm Boy says:

    Liz, meeting up with TRB on the trail

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  77. Liz says:

    Oh Crap! The Supreme Army General of Antifa just showed up in Portland!!! And he’s PISSED!

    Dear God that is funny. 😆
    The liberals truly have nothing to compare. All they have is their anger.
    I’d feel sorry for them, if they were locked up somewhere instead of influencing public policy decisions. I’d keep them locked up of course, but I’d feel a little sorry for them.
    Or maybe not.

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  78. Cheque d'Out says:

    The peasants are revolting

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  79. Cheque d'Out says:

    Just the rather inflammatory title forces me to watch the video

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  80. Cheque d'Out says:

    ^^^
    Is there anything more ridiculous than a dumb cunt with a smug expression and a gaping, flapping gob?

    [Talk like pirates they should,
    As “Talk like a pirate” day this is]

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  81. Farm Boy says:

    They will tell you there is endemic racism in the system. If pressed on the matter, though, they would not be able to describe for you any racist things that they themselves have actually done, nor any racist things done by colleagues. Nor can the earnest lawyers who represent the purported victims of racism point you to stacks on stacks of motions they’ve filed claiming the police arrested their felonious clients because of skin color. The crimes, it turns out, are not only supported by abundant proof; they have victims, who are disproportionately black and Latino. The lawyers are at a loss to point to cases in which they’ve shown that prosecutors charged their clients due to racial animus rather than evidence. They can’t cite cases where clients were sabotaged by the racism of the presiding judge. In a system that was pervasively racist, such cases would abound. Not in this one, though.

    https://www.nationalreview.com/2020/09/systemic-racism-criminal-justice-system-make-critics-prove-charge/

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  82. horsemanbombadil says:

    Good comment from a covid article

    “Historians and sociologists will have a field day looking back at the world’s reaction to COVID-19 and how advanced, democratic civilizations willingly self-destructed in the mistaken belief they were saving lives while waiting for a miracle vaccine.

    Economists will be able to study how Ponzi schemes perpetrated by indebted governments and central banks led to a debasing of currency and the destruction of wealth.

    The social contract, in place for centuries, will be shown to have been broken by government’s and science’s reaction to COVID-19.
    All other species use their intelligence to help them survive. Humans use theirs to destroy themselves. ― Marty Rubin”

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  83. Liz says:

    Whoa!
    ANOTHER crazy angry woman driver.
    What are the odds of that?!?!

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  84. Liz says:

    Translating Spawny’s quote to pirate:

    Arr, a gob wider than th’ briny deep it be.

    Must go now. Ahoy! Hope ye all have a great day.

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  85. Farm Boy says:

    Left Threatens (More) Rioting if Trump Tries to Replace RBG Before Election

    “If they even TRY to replace RBG we burn the entire fu**ing thing down.”

    https://legalinsurrection.com/2020/09/left-threatens-more-rioting-if-trump-tries-to-replace-rbg-before-election/

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  86. Liz says:

    Just heard one folks might appreciate:

    The Supreme Court just got a lot more…

    …wait for it…

    …ruthless.

    [Arrrgh!]

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  87. Farm Boy says:

    Long Island University punished a black student for sexual assault despite his white accuser’s constantly changing story and several witnesses who either contradicted or couldn’t corroborate her claims, according to a lawsuit filed last week against the private university in Brookville, New York.

    https://www.thecollegefix.com/university-suspended-black-student-for-a-year-because-drunk-white-girl-kissed-him-lawsuit/

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  88. Cill says:

    With the coffin-maker Mozzy (my favorite WW2 machine as well along with the P51) and then the retrospective raping of women by any non-communist man who replaces Ginsburg, the Patriarch is on a roll.

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  89. Farm Boy says:

    “That’s their job,” she said in July 2016. “There’s nothing in the Constitution that says the President stops being President in his last year.”

    “Eight is not a good number for a collegial body that sometimes disagrees,” Ginsburg said

    https://pjmedia.com/news-and-politics/matt-margolis/2020/09/19/ruth-bader-ginsburg-made-the-case-for-filling-her-vacancy-before-the-election-back-in-2016-n944778

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  90. Arrr, them fat broads kept snapping the planks, so now we just use ’em as sea anchors.

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  91. Farm Boy says:

    A woman who had Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg officiate her wedding just weeks ago has been forced to make her Twitter account private after leftist trolls accused her of “killing” the late judicial powerhouse.

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/you-killed-rbg-leftists-attack-couple-who-had-supreme-court-justice-officiate-their-august-wedding

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  92. Farm Boy says:

    Minneapolis City Council Dumbfounded Over Rise in Crime Months After Voting to Dismantle Police Department

    Do you want the police or not? Make up your minds.

    https://legalinsurrection.com/2020/09/minneapolis-city-council-dumbfounded-over-rise-in-crime-months-after-voting-to-dismantle-police-department/

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  93. RichardP says:

    From the PJMedia link: As the debate over what to do about the vacancy on the Supreme Court is only getting started, perhaps we should heed the advice of the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg herself as to what to do.

    That quote triggered the following thought when I read it. It is a perfect example of the problem that has been around for a while: The self-appointed “ruling class” does the proper (and female) thing to do – “debate” in the face of the need for action.

    Meanwhile, back at the ranch, “orange man bad” and his side-kick in the Senate have already decided what action they are going to take. What is more, I’m guessing that they both saw the upcoming need to decide and went through the decision-making process before the need to decide arrived.

    Define the problem correctly. Identify possible solutions. Choose one. Next.

    That is what they used to teach in business school. To men who were raised by fathers who understood that choices have consequences and taught that to their sons. And so the sons were prepared to be held accountable for the outcomes of the choices they made. That is how countries and businesses used to be run.

    How can we possibly get that from the new class of leaders of countries and businesses whose battle cry seems to be Don’t Judge Me? And in that class of leaders are sons raised by single mothers, who taught their sons that the most important character trait of all is Don’t Judge Me rather than choose, and accept the consequences of your choice.

    Something about Define the problem correctly. Identify possible solutions. Choose one. Next. I think that getting back to that form of government involves something more than just repealing women’s right to vote. Doing only that does nothing to address the Don’t Judge Me attitude of government and business leaders who are currently in office and operate under that requirement, both women and sons of single mothers..

    I think part of the outrage over “orange man bad” is that he is demonstrating to the entire world what men used to do in leadership postions: Define the problem correctly. Identify possible solutions. Choose one. Next. Leader’s who insist they not be judged can make it so by endless debate. Avoid choosing one out of several alternatives to solve the problem. Avoid being held accountable for your decision. Avoid being judged. Get triggered by someone who doesn’t operate that way.

    Can’t successfully run a business or a country with that approach. Showing the right way to do it (anticipate the need for choice and then choose, rather than endless debate) will probably be among the significant contributions that Trump makes as President. Hindsight will probably bear that out. Question is, are there enough folks today who will vote for that form of governing going forward?

    Exit question: What can be done about those who want to perpetuate the Don’t Judge Me style of leadership by voting for endless debate rather than voting for define, evaluate, choose, next?

    [Arrrgh! Pirates know what to do they do]

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  94. Cill says:

    Ay, a ruthless poirit oi would be, me lubberrs. Shivver ye timberrs a woit man oi am.

    [Slept aboard ship I did last night by George Slept abairrd shup last noit oi did bay Georrge]

    [Glad that “last noit oi did Boy George” it was not I am]

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  95. Cill says:

    A loik I must give ‘ee Yoda me old lubberr

    [Glad that we are all good maties here I am]

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  96. Cill says:

    A new day be aroising in the land of the long whoit clode. A weakly sun be a-glimmering hull-dohn, dohn underr.

    Some of moi countrymen stull speak loik the poirates and sea borrn smuglerrs they once werre, begorrah.

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  97. whiteguy1 says:

    I did my civic duty today.

    I went to my sister’s house with an extra-extra small helmet, and proceeded to be an amazing uncle and take my my 11 & 8 yr old nieces and 5 & 3 yr old nephews on the Harley. One at a time of course. The 3 yr old rode up front with me sitting on the tank, pretty funny to see him sitting on the 4.5gal. tank!

    We are inching closer to trial and reality is sneak up on Crazy. She sent me this text this morning:

    — I never wanted to file it broke me, I couldn’t stand the red pill garbage, I hated the lies and deception. Your parents were in our business way too much. I pray for you daily. I pray for our family the one you have with me. I was and still am a faithful wife.

    I actually burst out laughing when I read this! Crazy is so appropriate for her! I of course don’t respond to this nonsense. Never good to argue with a crazy person.

    Do y’all hear that sound? It’s the sound of the wage mule about to break his harness! LOL

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  98. Sharkly says:

    More Vulcan: This dude needs to work on his English speaking, he was a little hard to understand, perhaps he can get a tutor from America or watch some Hollywood movies to clear up that accent. I’m no expert on sorting out the localized island dialects over there, but I’ve determined that he is most probably not from Kansas.

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  99. Ame says:

    ahhh!!! i LOVE that video, Horseman!!!

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  100. Ame says:

    so, i had a little epiphany today.

    my sister often says stuff like, “Mom taught us ____,” and idk what the heck she’s talkin about b/c she didn’t teach me any of that. she taught me i wasn’t wanted and couldn’t leave fast enough.

    sister brought it up again this week re some things that have had tragic consequences in her life, cause she did what mom taught.

    and i realized today … i probably had the better end of that stick. better to have been unwanted and pushed out than to have been taught stupid stuff and believed it.

    – – –

    moral of the story for men – choose well the mother of your children.

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  101. Ame says:

    i thoroughly enjoyed this … Candace Owens and her now-husband talking about a week before their wedding. one of the really interesting things, which was discussed, was the differences btw Brits and Americans. they also covered hunting and politics and even a bit about college.

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  102. b g says:

    Ame

    “…choose well the mother of your children.”

    LOL, okay kid, how exactly are they supposed to do that in this day and age? It was just dumb luck that I ran into my wife and that was half a century ago ;-D

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  103. Sharkly says:

    I enjoyed watching how you Brits nuked America twice!

    Being an American of half Germanic Mennonite descent I might have been tempted to post a video showing how the main wing spar folded on that same Vulcan bomber during a simple flyover thus signaling the imminent demise of half-ass British engineering from the field of military aerospace. But of course that would be jingoistic and petty, and if we Americans were really that sort of squabbling rabble, our streets would be filled with rioting and looters and such. As you should well remember, I’m also descended from the true and rightful royalty of the British Isles. I am your King! So, far be it from me to impugn the ingenuity of my subjects. I shall now lead you all in a moment of silence for the three Argentines and scores of British airmen killed by the Avro Vulcans. 😉

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  104. Farm Boy says:

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  105. Ame says:

    Good question, BG … wish I had a magic pill for that answer 😉

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  106. theshadowedknight says:

    Yeah, b g, I’m in my thirties and I can think of only two women who did not raise multiple red flags once I got to know them. Divorce alone accounts for about half of women, because divorce is a generational thing. A woman with a bad relationship with her father is one of the biggest, brightest red flags of them all. I would say it is second only to a body count, the charming Gen Zed euphemism for fucking around.

    Ame, sometimes the best move is not to play. Men don’t have the luxury of choosing the mother of their children because the vast majority are completely unsuited. The only other option, which increasingly is the option men are taking, is not to play the game and drop out.

    I would guess that maybe 1 in 20 women is a viable mother. That means that 19 out of 20 men are shut out. Thats not realistic. You don’t get civilization when only 1 in 20 men has a stable family. You get a war or multiple wars until women are brought under control.

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  107. Cheque d'Out says:

    Sharkly, I hadn’t heard of that crash, thanks for posting it. I guess we were still learning about metal fatigue(?) or how to check for stress fractures(?). But 6 seconds and in? At least it was quick. Better than the Russian Cosmonauts rumoured to have been left drifting off into space. The Apollo Astronauts in the capsule fire. Or the WWII German pilots dissolved by the residual fuel from their ME163’s fuel tanks rupturing on landing.

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  108. b g says:

    Ame

    Up early because the Labrador Deceiver woke me up with a cold nose in the face at false dawn…first light, the twilight before the sun actually rises. Last night I was just giving you the gears because there is little anyone can do except trying to prove that feminism is based upon lies…and I trust you to teach your girls that truth ;-D

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  109. b g says:

    theshadowedknight

    Don’t give up completely, you are still young enough to find a good one. There has been several generations since we married, and every time more feminist failures are exposed, the fools just double down poisoning the minds of young women even more. So I do agree the odds seem almost hopeless, but little chance is better than no chance whatsoever.

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  110. JPF says:

    little chance is better than no chance whatsoever

    With the consequences of marrying a bad woman so high, I would say that with only a small chance of success, it is better not to play.
    I did try to find a worthy woman, who was available and open to me, from my own country but did not find her. If any other man has similar issues, I’d recommend going to an eastern European country. Feminine women, in appearance and attitudes, are far more plentiful there. Probably half of women there appear worthy, compared to the less than 1% here.

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  111. b g says:

    JPH

    Well, the Anglosphere seems largely infected, so if you have scouted it out that well, go for it and good luck ;-D

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  112. ikr says:

    1/20 marriageable women might be true as they are growing up but that number is much more like 1/50 or 1/100 after the socially-required 4 year stint at slutfest. The decent ones get snatched up, and the weak-willed ones get their holes drilled. By 30, maybe 1/1000 or even lower are left on the market. After 35, the number is 0/inf: her fertility is on E.

    Men with a modicum of self-respect also have self-restraint and will not get in the water with a pig. As soon as something decent comes along, every male 20-40yo will be interested, and she will select a suitor more similar in age who can still provide/protect. Relatability is higher with more similarly aged, where provision/protection from a man and fertility of a woman are dissimilarly aged occurrences. The 25yo woman will pair off with the 26-28yo man.

    Source: empirical findings from attending university after military service. ‘Old man on campus’. YMMV.

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  113. ikr says:

    @JPF specifically:

    How actionable is your intel?

    1. How long ago where you in the market? I’ve met many traditional Slavic Baptist women in the past 5 years who immigrated to the USA and are just as university-driven as their contemporaries. Conversations with (secular) friends in Bulgaria, Poland and (western) Russia report high numbers of female youth addicted to nightlife.

    2. How widespread are the pickings? The hope of a single possible 7/10 30yo who only had 4 partners is not worth the opportunity cost and risk of this proposal. But if your adventure left behind scores of 8+/10 25yo virgin totties begging for you to take them, but only room for 1 in your suitcase, that’s different.

    3. What gameplan can be followed? Company names? Any contacts in those companies? My job search at ~30yo for an expat placement job in my field and yielded no such positions. Getting an EU ‘green card’ at the time was also off the table. What tangible route can be taken today, for a job that pays above-average on arrival? For the promise of progeny, I will happily leave behind my 95th percentile income for a 75th percentile income. (Albeit, in this culture of hating the white man with the ongoing plannedemic, I may be laid off at any time, so even a 50th percentile job would be attractive.)

    4. How realistic is your suggestion? A 20yo man has both nothing to live for in the USA, and also has time on his side to be adventurous (and qualifies for a student VISA). If this is a strategy not applicable for those who are knocking on 40, no problem. I reckon I have 1- maybe 2- years left of keeping this door open. At a certain point, you gather your chips, and walk out the casino door for the final time.

    5. Live contacts with locals in question? Is this suggestion notional or is there a starting point or ‘fresh scent’ to work with?

    Opportunity costs cut both ways. If you have actionable intel that has definitive direction and real prospects, I’m game. I have left no rock unturned since completion of looking to my field (Pr 24:27), consisting of military service and an engineering career. My own efforts have yielded a couple prospects but nothing definitive. If you offer more than just platitudes, I’d appreciate you reaching out to Cill for my contact info. It is understood you have Z.E.R.O. obligation to so much as respond.

    As for applicability: devout Christian, engineering degrees, military background, fluent in several languages as a child- learning the mother Slavic tongue since the bat flu house arrest began. Lived on 2 continents with dissimilar native tongues as a citizen, multiple moves stateside as an adult: transplanting is a non-issue. Natural athlete, presently 35lb over fighting weight. Clean jawline, full head of hair, all my teeth. My type requires being a solid 8+/10 with legssss who has child bearing years left, eager for min of 4 kids. I will not do less. If she births me 6+, I’ll throw in a bonus to the father. No criminal record other than breaking hearts. Passport valid for another 6 years. 3k liquid, the rest is tied up. No land holdings: I could be in-country by Christmas. Happy to go where the fish are- provided they are biting. And if your suggestion does not apply to me, that’s fine too. I’ve made my peace with life.

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  114. A word on Eastern European rides. I know three people who have done this and all three of them very much regret it and one was frivorced, one had his wife go from jeckle to Hyde but doesn’t want to lose their kids so is trying to live w it but is miserable, one makes three figures and despite being rescued from abject poverty it is never enough and she mocks his earnings. I am sure it does also work out, but there are three irl stories I can share. Women are women, they are all like that, potentially. Regardless of where they are from. And I am a woman and trust me I could be like that too except I know God is watching and it leads to no good anyway. AWALT, including me. I am just more aware of it thanks to the red pill and these fine folks here who we have spent YEARS now discussing all this stuff. But even I know better than to claim I am immune to the things all women are… I don’t want to double dog dare the universe!

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  115. Rides… Freudian slip? I meant brides! 🤣

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  116. Last night a girl I’ve known for a while and I have written a couple blog posts about who was married to an engineer and she did nothing but bitch and complain and moan and it was never enough and she’s just freaking miserable. Well he finally left and it happened just like has been described here one day he was just done and that was it. Back when she was so married I tried to warn her that she didn’t know how hard life could be and that she had a pretty darn good so maybe she should try being grateful. But of course she didn’t listen so last night she came over here looking for sympathy and advice because their teenage son has decided he wants to live with his dad and he barely wants anything to do with her and you can tell she still just doesn’t get it and it took everything I had not to say to her “have you tried not being such a selfish self absorbed a bitch?” But it’s too late anyway her ex has a new girlfriend and she’s really nice and they are happy and his son is happier in their home and so I said boys especially teenage boys need their dads so if that’s where he wants to be best to accept it. She has no income and was fretting about how she will maintain her lifestyle now after the support and alimony (iffy) ends (he’s still paying the bills for now, she’s in their house, which he is willing to let her stay in and buy him out and she doesn’t even appreciate THAT.) I just said I don’t know but you’re gonna have to work really hard. They didn’t get married until later in life and she got pregnant by surprise soon after I have 50 so she has got to be in her 60s even though she doesn’t look up that she’s not exactly a looker either and with a shrew personality that she has I don’t see a good future ahead. I will write a post on it but — play stupid games, win stupid prizes…

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  117. theshadowedknight says:

    Ikr, after 4 years of college, 1 in 100 is too optimistic. I keep trying to get to know women and keep getting disappointed or get sabotaged. College is a cesspool, and if it was not legally required for my career path, I would have started work years ago. Finding a decent single woman on campus is a search that a wiser man would attempt in El Dorado or Atlantis.

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  118. Ame says:

    Bloom –
    Women are women, they are all like that, potentially. Regardless of where they are from. And I am a woman and trust me I could be like that too except I know God is watching and it leads to no good anyway. AWALT, including me.

    yes.

    a man at another blog sometime back asked married women, who were faithful to their husbands, what it was that made them stay faithful (and all red pill). and several of us answered the same – because we feared God.

    Artisanal Toad said once that it boils down to, whom, or Whom, do you fear? a woman who fears the Lord will choose to remain faithful to her husband, even when she doesn’t want to, because God has commanded her to do so.

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  119. theshadowedknight says:

    To be fair to the girls, the good ones I have met have all be snatched up by the time I cross their paths. They are still vanishingly few and far between. They are also helplessly incompetent at the mating dance. Feminism did a number even on the “good” girls, because they never really learned to play their part.

    All in all, I just gave up looking about a year or so ago after I got way to close to a girl I incorrectly believed was one of those “good” girls. It was like tripping over a landmine without setting it off. At that point I figured I was tired of pushing my luck and I had more to lose than to gain.

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  120. SFC Ton says:

    TSK

    Learn Spanish

    Leave the country with your skill set.

    You’ll do just fine out there

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  121. SFC Ton says:

    woman who fears the Lord will choose to remain faithful to her husband, even when she doesn’t want to, because God has commanded her to do so.
    ……..

    LOL to much evidence to the contrary for men to believe that fairy tale

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  122. SFC Ton says:

    You should have told her the truth bloom

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  123. Larry G says:

    “A word on Eastern European rides. I know three people who have done this and all three of them very much regret it and one was frivorced, one had his wife go from jeckle to Hyde but doesn’t want to lose their kids so is trying to live w it but is miserable, one makes three figures and despite being rescued from abject poverty it is never enough and she mocks his earnings. I am sure it does also work out, but there are three irl stories I can share. ”

    LOL! So 3 EE “rides” turned out to be less-than-great wives? ok, I personally know of 5 men who married EE wives, including myself, who still managed to stay married. A good friend of mine married a school teacher, she got busy and started popping out kids for 12 years or so..they have been together for 38 years. Me and my Mrs just nailed 27 years together.

    Pretty sure you are right, AWALT no matter which country. One big difference is that in a foreign country there is slightly better odds a man can choose a better “wife-starter kit” than here in the Land of the Free, Home Alone

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  124. Larry G says:

    damn, forgot to add something……seems to me that a common theme among all 5 of us was the ladies were a bit grateful to their husbands for giving them a better life. I seriously doubt many US cunts can even spell gratitude let alone have any towards a man

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  125. Larry G says:

    “Learn Spanish
    Leave the country with your skill set.
    You’ll do just fine out there”

    might I suggest learning some Russian? In most former Soviet bloc and Warsaw Pact countries, a bit of Russian gets a bit of mileage

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  126. Ame says:

    Proof there are very few who do.

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  127. Ame says:

    Proof there are very few who do. Us

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  128. Ame says:

    Stupid phone! Don’t know how that ‘Us’ got on there 🙄

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  129. “You should have told her the truth bloom”

    I will in time, and did as far as some things, but she’s not ready to hear it yet. The world will tell her the truth soon enough.

    Her ex and I are colleagues. She showed up under the pretense of wanting to “give me some of his stuff he left behind.” Then she proceeded to try to give me ALL of his stuff, thinking we’d band together to “get him.” I know better than to get sucked into the middle of that stupid, so I just politely refused the stuff, saying I have too much already and thanks but no thanks. To be honest I was mostly worried for her son, and trying to tell her, “all that’s left now is don’t f up your kid, grow the f up and think about what’s best for him, not you.” As usual I found like most she didn’t really hear it, so I told her some”seemingly unrelated” stories to illustrate the points, which I find often does get thru. I did tell her, as she said over and over she can’t wait for all this to be over, that guess what it’s never over when you have a kid so get used to it and be the bigger one for your child’s sake. Their custody hearing is tomorrow. I hope her son is not forced back w her most of the time bc I am afraid he might off himself if so. No kidding. He has threatened it already, sadly.

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  130. Probably the biggest problem w her is she wants to be the boss. But guess what sister, it’s not all about you! Yep.

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  131. Ame says:

    redpillgirlnotes
    52m ago
    “You should have told her the truth bloom”

    I will in time, and did as far as some things, but she’s not ready to hear it yet. The world will tell her the truth soon enough.

    ears to hear . . . we want to dump all this truth into their heads, but they can’t ‘hear’ it all. wisdom to know when and what they’ll hear.

    – – –

    I did tell her, as she said over and over she can’t wait for all this to be over, that guess what it’s never over when you have a kid so get used to it and be the bigger one for your child’s sake.

    T.R.U.T.H.

    even after he dies, it’s never over.

    the harshest truth anyone ever told me … it was after he left, and this woman knew what i’d been thru. her husband had left her for her bff a couple years earlier, and she said to me, “Now the really hard part begins.”

    that’s the one part we women can’t comprehend and don’t want to believe. but it’s true. painfully true. even if you didn’t want him to leave, it’s still true.

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  132. theshadowedknight says:

    Yeah, I would go for Russian over Spanish. Every Spanish speaking country is under the influence of the USA. Nearly every Russian speaking country is under Russian influence. If I have to bail on the USA, I have to get out of its sphere of influence, as well. That leaves Russia and China, and I’m not going to fit in Chinese culture as well as Russian.

    Plus, Russian women are better looking.

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  133. Ame says:

    ugh … just saw it double posted … if mod’s want to, you can delete these last 3 comments! 🙂

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  134. Liz says:

    and I’m not going to fit in Chinese culture as well as Russian.

    Is that REALLY the only reason not to live in China?
    To me that’s like saying, heh, I could live in Haiti but…well, I’m not used to Islands.

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  135. ikr says:

    Prefer to lurk, you have your established regulars here already. Only have written here once before. Will return to my quiet corner shortly.

    @JPF:
    https://spawnyspace.wordpress.com/2020/09/17/white-untouchables-from-hell/#comment-164664
    I had looked at Siemens, JACOBS, Randstand and polled unlisted positions with several technology conglomerates, ~10 years ago. I speak from a position of having done the thankless work in life, alone, and a proven willingness to transplant if the prospects are there and a path can be outlined.
    Bumped in case it was buried. I will not respond further here in case it is being ignored.

    @bg
    False hope is worse than no hope. Setting proper expectations is what is most important in life. ‘Nothing ventured, nothing gained’ is not viable feedback to any self-made man. ‘Just do X’ is not actionable to such men, as they have likely already gone this path, and with life lived, are short on time.
    I do not read your intentions as being anything other than an attempt to provide positive input.

    @RPG:
    I pointed out emigrated Slavic Baptists as these women are not chasing a green card, and evaluation of her worth can be done on character and presentation without having to worry about them having been coached on that specific ‘escape hatch’. The alternative- which I find acceptable and am prepared to execute- would be intended-to-be-permanent relocation.
    The schism between the modest hearts and gold diggers is more pronounced in Slavic circles. You actually need less understanding of women to properly discern the bitches from the hoes. Still need a strong tennis backhand.

    @TSK
    I re-wrote my response to this thread 3 times to cut out as much excess as possible while retaining core intentionality. Perhaps to a fault.
    I reckon we are ~5 years displaced with path, with background and findings that echo. But types like you and I do not benefit in bonding: what we need are women who meet muster, and will produce offspring to us. In this regard, we would be fighting for the same scant resource, before individually reaching the point where the juice is not worth the squeeze and exiting the arena.
    The bill of goods: serve this country, go school on the GI Bill to build a life for you and your family. 10-15 years of 9:1 male dominated environments between military and engineering school = the prime years the K-selecting women K-selected. Out of the market precisely when one needed to be in the thick of it, compounded as the number of K-selecting women is lower than any previous generation.
    The paternal guidance should have been to clear HS by 17, infrantry for 3 years for the free range time, burn the GI Bill to get certed in welding, plumbing and/or AMP. A 20yo male with annual 100k earning in a trade, able to scout the 16-17yo totties at local churches who are still filling out their mosquito bites, and start work on adjusting her plumbing immediately, keeping her horizontal through her 20s.
    The numbers I presented of at those milestones are fair. These represent the general marriageable number, not the ratio of prospects to a specific man. For me, I need an 80% overall solution to be worth further time investment, but a 6/10 who is marriageable remains marriageable, and is certain to secure a husband if she continues to work on her feminine traits. Traits like modest dress, learning to cook are baseline, and self-taught with ease. She can build social poise, follow conversational scripts, learning sewing from there. Truly, about 1/50 post-grad women who are unwed even have these most basic skills, and this does not speak to natural beauty.
    For men who have toiled in life, a potential helpmeet must understand her place and meet a shortlist of criteria. Men work within limits after his minimums have been met. Modest dress, lack of visible ink, social poise (eg. not speaking when 2 men are holding a discussion) are all things being assessed at some level, and do not require inheriting mom’s best possible DNA. Also, on that note, almost all women can be objective 7/10s physically, regardless of lineage: https://archive.is/ACtmz There is a drought of such women, and it will take 2 successive generations of active, controlled, intentional female training to correct = which we have no part in overseeing. The timing of our births in the West could not be at a worse time. Where the timing of things cannot be altered, the location can, and if the situation is better elsewhere, I am still able and willing to explore. I do not have time to search blindly, if I even have time left on the clock to be worth my while.

    @Ton
    You are correct- in another thread- in pointing out there is nothing but ashes that will remain of the West, already well underway. Not just the Anglosphere West: the Han and Japanese societies are imploding, albeit with secure borders and a strict homogenous bias for their societies, they will recover. The Don is the final gasp of air before it all goes under. Only another house-cleaning Crusade can save society now. Men like TSK or GQ or myself who should be having 10 children and disciplining the next generation of men for the torch to be carried, are instead being pushed out of the DNA game by the white DINK lifestyle, quota practices and replacement migration. The dark times are not tomorrow, they are 20 years from now when the Priuses have inherited the West by majority.
    For those white men who would be in the market looking to perform their duties to their forefathers, the time to take the exit ramp to their forefathers’ mother country is today, so as to build a life in a non-hostile environment for their sons to inherit. However, if there is no destination a man who is short on time can take, the other alternative is to bunker down in place and brace for impact by building his lead reserves and keeping his head and body against the march of Father Time.
    Alternatively to bunkering in place, is there anywhere in the world other than the USA where acquiring hardware can be done with cultural/legal backing and without prying eyes’ concern? Switzerland now has a central registry, no-thank-you-very-much. Any of those spots Slavic?

    @Larry
    I understand your adventures at the proposed solution was fruitful, but also recognize it is a dated example. If you have any actionable intel in the vein that I am outlining to JFP’s proposal, it would equally be welcomed, and my contact info can be had from Cill.
    ALL women of every culture desire a better life (why I pointed out background to include earning percentile, and unwillingness to dip below a certain threshold). It is important to them, unapologetically and rightfully so. You cannot show up to the table empty handed and expect to leave in a different state.
    It would be valuable to set quantifiable expectations. “Learn some Russian” = 1 full year of classes 10 hours (with additional 20 hours self-study) weekly to speak at a passable working level (~A2). Merely conversational (~A1) might be 6 months at this tempo. I reckon I will have drained ~5k when I reach this goal, and I am starting with an advanced baseline and have access to a modest Slavic community here in the USA. Realistic opportunity cost for anyone else will be double this. Slavic languages are not for the faint of heart: Russian is difficult, Polish I would not even bother, others not exclusively spoken by large enough demographic to be worth time investment. For more secure and faster ROI, Romance languages (eg. Spanish) would be adviseable. Source: Germanic and Romance language fluency. (The question then pivots to the value of the Latin women- any recent feedback from an expat on the submissive quality of European-stock Argentinians, Chileans, Uruguayans that don’t come with that bitchy, sass attitude that would make a man’s investment in Spanish worth his while?)
    To your point, it is true that Slavs are greatly impressed with genuine effort. You are treated with suspicion until you are not. “I know you too well to not have you as a friend, or I must kill you” is a cultural concept.

    In advance, thank you all for your time and responses.

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  136. Liz says:

    Probably the biggest problem w her is she wants to be the boss.

    Bossy cow overvalued herself, undervalued her man.

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  137. Larry G says:

    ikr, wow. I’m not sure where to begin….was your comment above a question, advice or what? The only semi clear thing I understood was “I understand your adventures at the proposed solution was fruitful, but also recognize it is a dated example.”…Um, yeah I am a bit dated I think…what proposed solutions, man? I suppose us older farts tend to think in straight lines so I honestly do not know what you are asking me…clarify a tad?

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  138. IKR gotcha… agreed, green card chasers I would not recommend.

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  139. Also interesting re established vs lurkers, as on my own blog I can see hundreds visit who never comment and as one who cannot not comment, I always wonder why others don’t. We were all lurkers once, seems you have good insight and lots to add, we get bored saying the same old stuff to each other so we welcome new voices! But if you just want to lurk, that’s great too. You can Uncloak as needed. Lol.

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  140. Cill says:

    I’d appreciate you reaching out to Cill for my contact info. (ikr)

    I’d be happy to oblige, but unfortunately I can no longer open my email without giving google personal info I’m not prepared to divulge. It would be better to put the request to Cheque d’Out or Farm Boy.

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  141. ikr says:

    @Larry
    Most of my response to you was commentary to augment what was said. It was agreement.
    The query came in the form of if you had actionable intel on the topic of venturing to EE, still applicable today, from your experience. Line of work, companies sponsoring work visas- anything that might help chart a path.

    @RPG
    I will politely remain largely silent. I must work against my tendencies of dominating discussions and being long-winded.

    @Cill
    My apologies. I understood you to be the master of this manor. Understood about goolag– I myself cut all ties several years back. The next step is unplugging from the interwebs altogether.

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  142. RichardP says:

    Some time back there was a vigorous conversation elsewhere about “Men love idealistically; Women love opportunistically”

    For the sake of ikr’s comments, let us accept here that women love opportunistically.

    Let us also accept that a prime driver of women’s behavior is to have babies (even if they don’t recognize that as a motivator until it is too late). The corollary to that is that women with children and are pregnant again need shelter, sustenance, and protection. Therefore, the baby-desiring woman will seek a husband who can provide these things. What’s Love Got to Do With It?

    Given that the state has, since the Great Society of the Johnson years, willingingly stepped into the role previously filled by the husband, there really is no need for husbands anymore for the baby-desiring woman. The only women who even think about husbands would be those God-fearing women, of which there are increaingly fewer.

    So long as the state continues to provide the shelter, sustenance, and protection for the women needing same, the future for potential husbands will continue to be worse than in the past, before the state stepped in.

    If the Bible was not inspired by God, then it is a collection of aphorisms / wisdom that has stood the test of time. It has stood the test of time because it contains solid truths about the human condition. For the point I am about to make, it doesn’t matter if these truths were inspired by God, or inspired by thousands of years of observations about the human condition by common folk.

    In Genesis, we are told that Eve was informed that her husband would rule over her. (“Rule over her”, she being part of his domain; not “rule her”. There is a difference.) If God did not inspire that comment, then it was thousands of years of human observation that provided evidence for why that statement is necessary (said observation also being apparent in this thread).

    For the sake of this comment, let us assume that the Bible was not inspired by God. That leaves us having to accept that it is then a collection of wisdoms about the human condition, culled from thousands of years worth of observing humans in interactions with each other.

    One of those observations about the human condition, an oberservation that has stood the test of time, is that women (at least as wives and mothers) need to be ruled over, lest their natural inclinations take over and destabilize society.

    If that last paragraph is true (and the longevity of the Bible suggests it is), what are the implications for society when the state makes it impossible for the husband to do the “ruling over”? The state makes husbands unnecessary, yet the state will not do the “ruling over” that the Bible says is necessary for a stable society. Furthermore, the state makes it impossible for those who are husbands to do the “ruling over” that the Bible says is necessary for a stable society.

    Until the state stops being the provider that baby-desiring women are attracted to, and stops preventing husbands from providing the “ruling over” that wives and mothers need, there is no hope of things geting better for men who wish to have a wife and children who will support him and join him in his efforts to build a stable and successful family.

    Which leaves us with this age-old advice: if you can’t change your circumstances, you must change your expectations. What a horrid message to have to give young men.

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  143. SFC Ton says:

    If you marry a chick from overseas I would recommend not bringing her back to the West

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  144. SFC Ton says:

    they have been together for 38 years. Me and my Mrs just nailed 27 years together.
    ……

    That was a long time ago hoss

    The tactical reality on the ground has changed

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  145. SFC Ton says:

    There is a whole world filled with Sapnsih speaking nations that haven’t been to war in 100 years, don’t buy into the hateful feminism thing, with better weather and better food then Russia etc etc

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  146. SFC Ton says:

    That women love opportunisticly is bullshit

    They don’t love you ever if you’re beta or go beta mid course

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  147. Larry G says:

    Ton,
    “That was a long time ago hoss
    The tactical reality on the ground has changed”

    That’s for damn sure, Ton, seems like a long time. Back when I finalized the purchase of my Mrs, the internet was still just somebody’s wet dream, we actually wrote real paper letters and mailed them back and forth.

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  148. SFC Ton says:

    I think the eastern Europe market started tanking in the early 2000. I reckon It’s still possible but would require a lot of luck and some measure of luck

    And the topic is to critical to trust to luck.

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  149. theshadowedknight says:

    The big problems with the Spanish world are that it is Brown and Catholic. I have no desire to move to a Spanish area. Slavic, sure. Anything east of Germany looks better and better. Not Spanish. Even Spain is backwards and corrupt compared to the rest of Europe.

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  150. Larry G says:

    I think the eastern Europe market started tanking in the early 2000.

    I haven’t been to EE for quite some time but that it tanked doesn’t surprise me. Once western men “discovered” prime hunting ground in EE, it was only a matter of time before it started turning to shit. Guess that leaves the -stans untouched for now till some dickheads discover them too

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  151. RichardP says:

    That women love opportunisticly is bullshit

    Yeah. I should have put the word “love” in that sentence in quotes.

    If ikr is not familiar with the debate I referenced, there are two links at the bottom of my post at this link. There are more threads that discuss this issue, but these two were the easiest to find:

    https://dalrock.wordpress.com/2019/12/03/pity-the-wife-who-doesnt-yearn-to-please-her-husband/#comment-339150

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