BTrack

3 years ago  The Public Square

@redpillschool Their ideology is just too easy to troll.

You can already tell how this will go

  1. Kid declares his pronouns has "His Majesty"
  2. Woke people go into a meltdown. "You can't call yourself that!"
  3. Kid points out that yes he can, because all pronouns are valid as per social justice ideology
  4. Woke people seethe with rage after being checkmated at their own game.

Hazelstein

3 years ago  Ask TRP

@BTrack loving ths answer ty

BTrack

3 years ago  Ask TRP

@Hazelstein Provide value

destraht Garage Chief

3 years ago  The Public Square

@BTrack Python seems cool but it doesn't seem valuable for me to learn from PHP. I've heavily considered fastify for Node.js on server. What turns me off to Node.js server is needing to learn whole other stacks for monitoring and managing many Node.js instances since it is just terrible when hit with an expensive operation. Python and PHP have this figured out through FastCGI for a bazillion years now. Golang however can easily do concurrency for expensive operations. I guess that Rust would do it even better with shit tons of work but its too immature for that use case. I love my Webpack + Vue for front end though and I'm not looking to change that at all.

BTrack

3 years ago  The Public Square

@destraht I tend to just use Python for most of my projects. It's not the most efficient language, but it gets the job done.

I'm not a big fan of the "javascript everything" mentality web development has taken in recent years

Crownofstars

3 years ago  The Public Square

@BTrack It does. The problem with this is that morality is largely a societal concept. He doesn't understand that, and tries to re-define masculinity by a moral paradigm. There is a point in the book where he talks about PUAs seducing wives of firefighters, policemen, armed service members, and EMT (Notice the emotional appeal here, these are careers many men consider "pro-social masculine professions". He could have listed bankers, lawyers, or politicians, but those people are not liked by his reader base.). and blames the men for tempting the women and giving them the opportunity to cheat. He uses this point to explain how the red pill is circularly confirmed bias. IE: Because men tempt women to cheat, they will cheat; not because it is inherent to their nature to cheat, but because men gave them the opportunity. They weren't "seeking it out", you see.

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BTrack

3 years ago  The Public Square

@Captain_Save_AHoe Troll harder nigger

BTrack

3 years ago  The Public Square

@Crownofstars I've only read the blurb and the couple of free pages you get on Amazon, so I can't do a full review as of yet.

But from what I have read, it seems that moralizing plays a large role in the arguments set out within the book.

BTrack

3 years ago  Development Updates

Is it just me or does the search function not work?

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