@GayLubeOil 120IQ, intellectual aristoracy and reading comprehension confirmed.
Coronavirus is a litmus test to how the Red Pill responds to real Red Pills. Everything in my post has been proven to be true. Yet as predicted the normtards were mad and in denial. CDC man told everyone not to wear masks. National Guard told everyone they are NOT deploying and medical professionals were saying it's just the flu bro well into February.
Now that the facts are out we can see in plain terms how far off the Red Pill userbase is from actually seeing through the media Matrix. They are clueless faggots who basically learned to virtue signal against Feminism and upvote a few catch phrases "she's not your it's just your turn." We might have changed their programing somewhat but they are still unthinking NPCs.Read More
No, I don't notice.
Did you see the question mark at the end of that statement? yeah neither did I. The lesson there was about the foundations of confidence, in this case its confidence to survive the degraded state of affairs.
I think religious people are more likely to flip like a switch to fright and insecurity instead of rolling with punches as they come.
Religion has fueled so many life and death situations that such an opinion isn't even close to accurate. Its not a flippant switch that enables someone to march into a war on the basis of their God. Believers also have less fear of the afterlife (or whatever happens after death) due to their near constant contemplation of the matter and their religiously informed choices on how they lived their lives.
Meanwhile, as a self-sufficient atheist, I feel like I've been preparing all my life for this quarantine business.
Missed it again reddit town. The thing we are faced with is not the quarantine, its death. Most people are going to get this thing sooner or later and the question is whether we will falter in the face of our potential demise (panic, like many atheists are doing now) or reflect that we did the best possible by our God, our families, and maybe our country.
It assumes a deus ex machina-like sea change in lifetime-ingrained human behavior over some triggering event, after which women will organically get it and behave according to our finest scripted expectations evermore.
It what? that is nowhere near the level of chance I suggested, its not even a "logical conclusion" as most chimps spout when discarding second order effects wholesale. In any case, theres a bit more to "behaving according to our finest scripted expectations" than closing legs for a while. Check out my response to @Faramith to get an idea about the counterbalance.Read More
Notice how people with even faltering religious belief are better able to emotionally handle this outbreak than atheists.
No, I don't notice. They put up a good facade while they're confident God is taking care of their snowflake specialness. I think religious people are more likely to flip like a switch to fright and insecurity instead of rolling with punches as they come. Meanwhile, as a self-sufficient atheist, I feel like I've been preparing all my life for this quarantine business.
this outbreak will mark the end of one where women take a more liberal attitude with sharing bodily fluids and personal space
Agree with this sounding optimistic. It assumes a deus ex machina-like sea change in lifetime-ingrained human behavior over some triggering event, after which women will organically get it and behave according to our finest scripted expectations evermore. People don't change like this on an individual level, so I have a hard time believing society will somehow "snap out of it" just like that after some precipitating event.
Better to take the opportunity of uncertainty and guide women you personally have influence over to a better equilibrium in their future. Expecting this to "just happen" culture-wide requires a naive kind of optimism and in practical terms may allow missed opportunities.Read More