@TiberiusBravo87 I wasn't talking about his news links at all, but rather his continued spamming of "the ready reference guide" by Doc Love every time someone asked a question about women, relationships, etc.
As for the rest, yeah, I agree. He and I have had great conversations many times, which is part of why I was so surprised when he blocked me over the vcards thing. As I said elsewhere in this thread, I had (and continue to do so) issued more vcards for less to both @DeeplyDisturbed and @Antelope, but those two actually have senses of humor and can take a joke.
Fuck, RPS dumped 100 Virgin Coin on me when I bragged about being sure I had the most Chad coins. I laughed it off, because it was funny.
Carnold takes himself too seriously, and so I will continue making fun of him for this wherever something reminds me.
Also understand if he's doing short joke posts or meme posts it's likely the same reason I do it: at the time I'm not in the mood for long discussions.
I do the same thing, for the same reason. That, and I usually only get a few minutes here and there to read this site and throw it my two cents. RL always takes priority.Read More
Excellent post. Like many essays found in these parts, I do not agree with it 100%, but neither can I find serious fault with it.
I have written about this before in response to someone a few years ago on r/theredpill. My main point was that it is impossible to maintain frame forever. And of course some kid went apeshit trying to convince me that I was wrong and beta or some shit.
An example I gave was my ex wife. If I got sick, which was rare, she would lose her shit - she would slam doors, start arguments, and get nasty with the kids. I never did understand it, but over time I noticed the women in my life (my mother included) were pretty much the same. They despised seeing me sick. Even me just being more quiet than usual made them uneasy.
But the point here is that women despise weakness - even if you get the flu or a stomach thing or whatever. Aloofness is the antidote for this, but like the article says, it is not sustainable. There is no such thing as a "permanent frame" other than internal emotional regulation.
This piece fits within the overall category of Frame.
This content could easily be made into a textbook with chapters, charts and data. This piece would fit well in one of those chapters.Read More