@RedPirate751 But I'm not going share a site with holocaust deniers like @carnold03 That's not a sexual strategy, that's social suicide and makes visiting this site a criminal offense where I live. Was nice having you, but I have to leave now, this darknet-tier now.
BTW: If Reddit finds out about this, this will get all TRP.red's subreddits perma-banned.
@Vermillion-Rx It's winning vs. losing and no-one likes losing. If a girl is about to monkey-branch to you, you won, you outperformed the competition or are about to. If the plate looks elsewhere, it means the turn is over, you got outperformed by the competition.
It's pure business: When you entice customers away from the competition, it feels good, because your business earns more. When customers cancel with you to move to the competition, it feels bad, because you earn less. Funny how that works the same with women, isn't it?
@RedPirate751 No-one from Reddit is going to move over to here, if these off-topic ads for a 501 corporation are going to stay up unchecked.
This is someone testing the frame of this whole platform with it failing every single shit test.
@firmware_pimp At some point in your life you make peace with how the real world is. How men and women are, how governments are, how corporations are, how churches are, how the Internet is etc.
And then you develop a strategy based on that knowledge how live a life that makes you happy, instead of chasing problems of someone else, like some stranger somewhere in Canada with an intruder, who is now on prison.
You set your own goals and pursue them. You know the pitfalls to avoid, so you have freedom of movement, freedom of business and the freedom of being debt-free.
That means not shooting people, not evading taxes, not marrying, simply not doing stupid stuff, which gets you enslaved. It's not just, it's not perfect, it's just real life.
@firmware_pimp People like to use TRP platforms for political campaigns: "This is unjust, let's change this law!" The thing is: TRP is the wrong place to do this. I don't live in Canada, I don't have a citizenship there, I can't vote there, I can't do petitions there.
And I filter out the bot flooding the feed with "militant church" news.
The only thing we can discuss here in any useful manner, is how to adapt to this situation, how to make smarter decisions than this gun-tooting house-owner to not get a prison sentence in case of trespassing, how to not lose frame with an intruder, because that is what happened here.
@firmware_pimp I'm just commenting on how a house-owner needlessly fucked up his life and his privilege to own firearms by shooting an intruder. We are on TRP.red here so, let's drop some red pills:
My aim with posting this is to clarify how the laws in Canada aren't leading to outcomes that anyone would regard as justice.
The law is not meant to be just, it's meant to keep the state (here: Canada) in power.
The police is not meant to protect you or any house-owner, the police is meant to protect the people in power (here: Candian government).
The main problem is that most Canadians seem to misunderstand the effect of the laws on the population.
The misunderstanding is on your side, the Canadian laws and the Calgary police service work as designed. Just see the trucker protests and how these turned out. Working as designed.
The thing is: Once you swallow the red pill and understand these facts, you can work with that knowledge and make smarter decisions based on it, instead of just assuming blue-pilled fairy tales about law enforcement displayed on TV (this is where people get those naive ideas from, just like with romance).
Here are some general rules to live by:
AGALT (all governments are like that) ALALT (all laws are like that) APALT (all police are like that)Read More
I like to comment on something from @bannanawolf he posted five months ago on the forums, when I wasn't around here:
In my early 30s, it is very easy to get laid. Problem is all girls assume I am type of the guy for LTR or marriage, so after a couple of months I have a talk where I have to explain that constant talk about future and kids is too much for me and that I feel pressured and have to bail. Sometimes I meet up with these girls after the breakup for sex, but they always hope for LTR anyways.
My solution to that is dating younger, I don't date women above 25. They usually don't talk about marriage that young.
If they talk about LTR (employing female sexual strategy while restricting male sexual strategy), I explain polygynic patriarchy to them (employing male sexual strategy while restricting female sexual strategy). I explain what it means to enter my harem and becoming the main wife or the side wife. It means other guys are out of the picture, that they have to work for me and add value to my business. Obviously just one employee doing everything isn't going to cut it, so she will have to get used to other women being around.
None of those young chicks are in any way ready for that, they like to work for corporate bosses, or qualified for that, most have useless degrees. Many think that they are entitled to more compensation than just being with me (like getting paid salary, or provided for). So the key is showing women, that they don't meet your standards, not that you're not available for "a future". Yes, we have open positions, but currently you're not more than an intern or apprentice, and it's not looking like a promotion is happening anytime soon.Read More
@deeplydisturbed Dressing his highly cultural and influenced by trends. There are no dressing differences between married and single women, but there are huge differences between social classes in how they dress.
A woman who doesn't always dress like being in a committed relationship is a woman not worth bothering with. Dressing in skin-tight pants is the thing right now, then skirts come back or whatever is the next trend. Why GAF?