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    Re: Do Men Suffer from Peter Pan Syndrome?

    Peter Pan? You bet your sweet ass. First star to the right and straight on till morning.


    Really, what is the down side to being Peter Pan?

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    Re: Do Men Suffer from Peter Pan Syndrome?

    "Suffering" from Peter Pan Syndrome?

    Honestly, does this look as though I'm "suffering?"




    PS - Thanks for refreshing this thread, Eiji. I've made a "sticky" of it.
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    Re: Do Men Suffer from Peter Pan Syndrome?

    Quote Originally Posted by BeijaFlor View Post
    "Suffering" from Peter Pan Syndrome?

    Honestly, does this look as though I'm "suffering?"




    PS - Thanks for refreshing this thread, Eiji. I've made a "sticky" of it.
    That looks like a GPS mounted on the binnacle. That is cheating. Of course Loran-C was just coming out as a civilian worldwide available navigation aid when I started out. Spent a year on learning piloting and a year on learning celestial navigation. I hate to have it have been a waste. It has come in handy in the pre-GPS era, when I was able to at least know I was headed in the wrong direction by a quick look at the stars.

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    Re: Do Men Suffer from Peter Pan Syndrome?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mikediver View Post
    That looks like a GPS mounted on the binnacle. That is cheating. Of course Loran-C was just coming out as a civilian worldwide available navigation aid when I started out. Spent a year on learning piloting and a year on learning celestial navigation. I hate to have it have been a waste. It has come in handy in the pre-GPS era, when I was able to at least know I was headed in the wrong direction by a quick look at the stars.
    "GPS is cheating," eh?

    At the time you learned it, celestial navigation was most certainly not a waste; it was all you had for open-ocean navigation, unless you want to count the old CONSOL and OMEGA systems. Well, there was also the TRANSIT low-orbit-satellite system, but I'd have to dig out my old Bowditch to refresh myself on more than just the names.

    Oh, and I learned flying in the pre-GPS years; so I know a fair amount about "pilotage" (comparing ground features to chart features) and dead reckoning ... "You reckon right, or you're dead."

    I really should learn celestial navigation, even with three GPS-receiving devices (that Garmin, a Motorola smartphone, and an Asus tablet) on board. I do at least carry paper charts for the Chesapeake Bay, where I do my cruising, and I still use them, too....
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    Re: Do Men Suffer from Peter Pan Syndrome?

    @Nuggets
    well played, Program.... just seems to affirm that nothing is good enough for women.... even if you do it perfectly, its still not good enough..
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    Quote Originally Posted by BeijaFlor View Post
    "GPS is cheating," eh?

    At the time you learned it, celestial navigation was most certainly not a waste; it was all you had for open-ocean navigation, unless you want to count the old CONSOL and OMEGA systems. Well, there was also the TRANSIT low-orbit-satellite system, but I'd have to dig out my old Bowditch to refresh myself on more than just the names.

    Oh, and I learned flying in the pre-GPS years; so I know a fair amount about "pilotage" (comparing ground features to chart features) and dead reckoning ... "You reckon right, or you're dead."

    I really should learn celestial navigation, even with three GPS-receiving devices (that Garmin, a Motorola smartphone, and an Asus tablet) on board. I do at least carry paper charts for the Chesapeake Bay, where I do my cruising, and I still use them, too....
    I like the Garmin. The one I looked at had the tide tables and depth charts included; an essential feature. I am old fashioned enough that no matter how many GPS devices I had I could never go without up to date charts of what ever waters I planned to sail in. Just the thought gives me the willies.

    We hosted a British submarine that had just transited from Europe to the US and we found out that their SINS (Ships Inertial Navigation System) and all their satellite navigation (minimal at that time) had gone out during the transit. They came in on ded. reckoning and mostly taking morning and evening sun lines and local apparent noon. Taking a celestial observation, even a sun line or local apparent noon, from the deck of a submarine, or worse yet through the periscope, is a real feat of seamanship.

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    Re: Do Men Suffer from Peter Pan Syndrome?

    answer: not really

    next question, bints

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    Re: Do Men Suffer from Peter Pan Syndrome?

    Just watched the new PeeWee movie on Netflix. I totally forgot what a MGHOW Pee wee is. Hilarious flick. Worth every minute. I definitely suffer from Pee wee Herman syndrome.

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    Re: Do Men Suffer from Peter Pan Syndrome?

    Quote Originally Posted by TheMessenger View Post
    Just watched the new PeeWee movie on Netflix. I totally forgot what a MGHOW Pee wee is. Hilarious flick. Worth every minute. I definitely suffer from Pee wee Herman syndrome.
    pheh.... never really liked the guy.... that Saturday morning show of his.... boring... (got more excitement from roadrunner cartoons...)
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    Re: Do Men Suffer from Peter Pan Syndrome?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unboxxed View Post
    When a feminist says "man up", what she means is "put on this leash". When a feminist talks about men having peter pan syndrome, she means men "don't want to put on the leash".
    Thought of this when you mentioned that:

    http://i.myniceprofile.com/83/8378.jpg

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    Re: Do Men Suffer from Peter Pan Syndrome?

    As was said already, what's wrong with protecting yourself ? If that means avoiding women completely, so be it. The irony is, they have the most to lose. Talk about killing the goose with the golden egg. Damn women are stupid.

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    Re: Do Men Suffer from Peter Pan Syndrome?

    I read all of your work. That's a lot of research. Thanks for the post.

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    Re: Do Men Suffer from Peter Pan Syndrome?

    methinketh that this "syndrome" is just something feminists invented to make sense of men checking out of a game that cant be lost honestly... (and to mask their refusal to take some responsibility for the matter)
    in fact.. I also have read up on the so-called "man act"... in order for that to work there had to be some kind of fearmongering... men had to have something to fear becoming....
    one diatribe I read had this to say about gay men..... if they didn't really exist.. then they would have probably been made up as mythical beings....
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    Re: Do Men Suffer from Peter Pan Syndrome?

    Really, what is the down side to being Peter Pan?
    there is no down side and that's the beauty of it.
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    Re: Do Men Suffer from Peter Pan Syndrome?

    Peter Pan syndrome is freedom. As long as you take care of responsibilities you will also have time for fun during free time. It is a simple as that!

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    Re: Do Men Suffer from Peter Pan Syndrome?

    The entire Peter Pan nonsense is just another shaming attempt thrown at the wise and sensible by foolish, spineless manginas and their mistresses.

    The manginas will say you are immature or are scared of commitment because they are jealous of your strength.


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