GayLubeOil

about a week ago

@itiswr1tten masculintity is competition. I'm fully onboard with blocking dullards and spergs because speaking to them is boring. However if real critique is being blocked or avoided it reeks of uncompetitivness and therefore unmasculinity.

Furthermore anyone promoting nonphalic aka fetishist sexuality is also suspect.

Hai guys I'm definitely a masculine guy but I don't lift and I use things other than my penis to interact with women sexually. Suspicious.

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itiswr1tten

about a week ago

@GayLubeOil we're not going to agree on this one. I agree about Rollo but not others.

Blocking is a great function for those who don't want to be bothered. I don't feel the need to use it, as I'm happy to engage regardless - not everyone has to operate the same way in the general TRP space.

"real alpha" feels as disingenuous as the idea of a "real man" - it's a persuasion technique disguised as objective truth.

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GayLubeOil

about a week ago

@itiswr1tten the others "who do not" are nonlifting cucks who enjoy writing about an alpha mindset while not living it. The block function is an admission of beta exactly like going protective custody in prison.

Real Alphas are general population and are competitive enough to fight and argue.

That's why all of Rollos advice is garbage he's a nonlifting uncompetitive beta who blocks anyone who disagrees with him.

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itiswr1tten

about a week ago

@MentORPHEUS

Media conglomerates want to rebundle passively. Fuck that. I've never had cable in my life and have increased my piracy 100x over the last 5 years.

Previously I didn't have to steal anything, the streaming packages and free content with ads was enough. Piracy is always an access issue

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itiswr1tten

about a week ago

@Captain_Save_AHoe

My style is not designed by your feedback.

Your emotional reaction to my articulacy forms as a demand for language the plebian does not need further education or thought to consume.

Nah.

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itiswr1tten

about a week ago

@Rian_stone yep. That and the current generation (disclaimer - I am millennial) just cannot understand that economic forces cannot be protested away, certainly not via media.

Collectivise and legislate or learn to pool resources. I started in NYC with a group of bros that wanted to live in a nice place in Manhattan. We were all lawyers, bankers, and consultants. Even then, a 3bd flex rent was something we could only COLLECTIVELY afford, despite annually clearing 90-160k a piece.

4 of us together made it simple - dude making 90 took the shitty flex room, dude making 160k took the master, the other 2 negotiated who got what of the last 2 options. We all decided collectively who contributed what to the rent, shook hands, and ended up in a sweet frat castle situation.

If you wanna live in nyc, Southern CA, or the like, Collectivise.

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itiswr1tten

about a week ago

@GayLubeOil the young radicals are fixated on requiring a communication style that suits their own desires without reciprocity. That's inherently puerile.

I enjoy the radically different style but others do not. I'll continue to be present in all spaces.

Proactive attacks outside the sphere aimed at people with no care for the radical position serve no purpose. That said, the block feature exists for the guys who want to opt out.

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itiswr1tten

about a week ago

@VasiliyZaitzev I actually think between name recognition and avatars the tag is irrelevant. Old school internet style where your username speaks for itself.

itiswr1tten

about a week ago

@redpillschool I've noticed most places I've lived get nicer all across the board. Did you guys forget what the 90s were actually like?

Caveat I've never lived in small town America, but they tend to be monoeconomies where the departure of the sole industry that created and ran the town leaves, sparking decay.

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itiswr1tten

2 weeks ago

@MentORPHEUS the average American woman naked would be pretty horrific material.

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