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    Red-tinted glasses...

    I'm seeing it everywhere now. When I walk through Walmart, everywhere I look, I see "Wall, Wall, Post-Wall, Simp, Chad, Carol, Carol, Carol, Carol, Giga-simp" and it's amazing. I watch women's faces now as a tall guy walks by, landwhales waddling through the store in a highly-stressed t-shirt that says "Hottie", the looks of disdain on washed-up THOTS when a cute girl strolls past. IT'S FUCKING EVERYWHERE!!!

    I went to a pub-crawl last weekend, but none of my friends had showed up yet, and my anxiety was spiking so I walked around Broadway for a bit. Every single place I looked, an ocean of thots being pursued by White-Knight after White-Knight. The odd Chad here and there holding court with 4 chicks. And so, so very many fit guys trundling around behind porkers that had given them the time of day.

    Like I said.. It's fucking everywhere! This is incredibly exciting to me... I always liked behavioural science, and now with Red-tinted glasses, I'm just amazed, delighted, disgusted, amused, angered... It's so wondrous!

    I wrote Red-tinted glasses, because my whole blue-pill life I was wandering around with rose-tinted glasses.. and getting mangled at every turn. I now understand precisely why girls didn't want me back in my spineless, dating-via-redbook, niceguy days. I actually came-out to a longtime female friend over the phone this morning, explained how I got redpilled while futilely searching google for resources for sexually-abused men. She seemed utterly shocked, and immediately launched into hamstering. She started talking about how much she hated "Niceguy-defense", and I disarmed her entirely from it. I was scared, I admit... but when I pinned her with the fact that; at the very least, MGTOW = Less damaged men seeking out a woman to magically "fix" them, she had to admit that was a very positive thing.

    She also said that she trusts me because I'm open-minded, and that she doesn't want to have to deprogram me from all the "Toxic-Masculinity", I laughed out loud, but not for the reason she was thinking.

    I think I'm starting to come out of the Redpill-Rage. It stills hurts, frequently, to know that I was betrayed by society, and how so many women who were in a place to help me just exploited me instead. That hurts like absolute fuck.

    But it amazing how wondrous the world is now. Like being borne again, but this time... by my own wings.

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    Re: Red-tinted glasses...

    Don't tell women you are red-pilled. It has no purpose. A woman will never understand MGTOW. It's the same as we males trying too understand how it must be being pregnant. That ain't going to happen.
    You should be more carefully confiding yourself, even with women you know a lifetime.

    1st rule never talk about fightclub.

    Feminists, women in general MRA's PUA's bluepliller's they all hate our guts. LOLOLOL
    I'm feeding myself from their hatred and I'm bathing in their hateful tears.

    You will avoid yourself a lot of hassle by not mentioning that you got red pilled or even being a MGTOW. Just observe them when you are in company with them. You have a treasure of information on this site just use it and observe.
    Never tell any women about MGTOW and even with men you need to pay attention whom you are talking too.

    It is for your own safety. I hope you heed my words.
    All the best
    "MGTOW is an extreme measure to an extreme situation"
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    Re: Red-tinted glasses...

    I agree with what devil is trying to get across -- about observing the world -- but I like to use a different analogy: It's like getting a "Fake VR" headset removed, and finally seeing your surroundings for what they truly are.

    Like all pills, red ones take a while to become fully-effective. By that I mean you begin the red-pill regimen, and for a while you have to monitor yourself, watch every move, watch every thought, while the curative goes to work and purges you of your former self-destructive fantasies. But after a few months, what you used to have to make an effort to do becomes something that takes less and less of it. Soon, seeing people and situations and relationships for what they really are takes zero effort, and you're left with pure clarity.

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    Re: Red-tinted glasses...

    Yeah man don’t tell these cunts you have super powers, use that secret to your advantage.




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    Re: Red-tinted glasses...

    RPB what is the name of the movie? I've seen that movie in the beginning of the 80's I would love to watch it again. I guess I'll gonna have a different perception than I had the first time I was seeing it.
    Cheers.

    edit: p.s.
    I think I'm starting to come out of the Redpill-Rage.
    Once the indifference sets in and you focus on living a happy life than you will be definitely out of the Redpill-Rage. You will know it I can confirm because the same thing happened to me. Indifference is the keyword here.
    Last edited by Natural Born MGTOW; April 1, 2019 at 9:29 PM. Reason: added p.s.
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    Quote Life is what you make of it "Marriage is the only war where you sleep with the enemy."

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    Re: Red-tinted glasses...

    Quote Originally Posted by Natural Born MGTOW View Post
    It is for your own safety. I hope you heed my words.
    All the best
    Thanks man. This was an experiment, with what I considered a "safe" woman. It yielded results. Like I said, immediate hamstering and deflection. I don't plan to make a habit of this.

    My girlfriend was cool about it, but she and her husband are both atheist misanthropes raised by narcissist moms. They know full well the hatred and spite of women. He was TFL, and she is effectively NAWALT (though, she gave the carousel about 3-4 half-hearted tries before finding him. She's a mechanical engineer, so she learned fast...) She in no way "settled"... I am effectively the "comet" alpha-fucks in a polyamorous relationship... It's a very happy thing for all of us.

    I've auditioned for another "comet" situation, and I have NO intention of confessing to being Super-Villain.

    Lesson learned.

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    Re: Red-tinted glasses...

    Quote Originally Posted by Natural Born MGTOW View Post
    RPB what is the name of the movie? I've seen that movie in the beginning of the 80's I would love to watch it again. I guess I'll gonna have a different perception than I had the first time I was seeing it.
    Cheers.

    edit: p.s.

    Once the indifference sets in and you focus on living a happy life than you will be definitely out of the Redpill-Rage. You will know it I can confirm because the same thing happened to me. Indifference is the keyword here.
    It’s called They Live.

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    #I AM THE WAY AND THE TRUTH AND THE LIFE, NO ONE COMES TO THE FATHER EXCEPT THROUGH ME. (John14:6)

    #IN MY VISION AT NIGHT I LOOKED, AND THERE BEFORE ME WAS ONE LIKE A SON OF MAN, COMING WITH THE CLOUDS OF HEAVEN. HE APPROACHED THE ANCIENT OF DAYS AND WAS LED INTO HIS PRESENCE.(Daniel 7:3)

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    Re: Red-tinted glasses...

    I understand that it is an amazing experience to see things from a different perspective and especially seeing concepts you learned about in your everyday life. it's all around us it has always been around us, notwithstanding it's presence most men can not see. We all have been blupillers in our life because we were raised this way. Only very few men will master the task to throw off the shackles of a life long indoctrination in their lifes. The rabbit hole has turned out to be an underground labyrinth with no light at the end of the tunnel so to speak.

    If you are really interested in finding out about female manipulation techniques than read "The manipulated man" by Esther Vilar. it's an old book but it is more relevant than ever. That should be an obligatory reading for all young men in High school.

    There's a saying that goes.

    Either you can understand women or love women. You can't do both.
    cheers

    p.s. Thanks RPB I just couldn't recall the movie title anymore
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    Quote Life is what you make of it "Marriage is the only war where you sleep with the enemy."

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    Re: Red-tinted glasses...

    They Live still holds the claim to "most epic street brawl" in history. Keith David and Roddy Piper nailed it. Musta watched it 40 times as kid.

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    I've seen it only once but I remember something that goes like this. "I've come here to kick ass and chew chewing gum and I'm all out of chewing gum". Something along the lines. I gonna rewatch it for sure. It will have a whole new impact I believe.
    "MGTOW is an extreme measure to an extreme situation"
    Quote Insidious Sid: "Some men are so MGTOW they're not even MGTOW".
    Quote Life is what you make of it "Marriage is the only war where you sleep with the enemy."

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    Re: Red-tinted glasses...

    Quote Originally Posted by Natural Born MGTOW View Post
    I've seen it only once but I remember something that goes like this. "I've come here to kick ass and chew chewing gum and I'm all out of chewing gum". Something along the lines. I gonna rewatch it for sure. It will have a whole new impact I believe.
    It's a brilliant flick, multi-layered... John Carpenter at his best.

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    Re: Red-tinted glasses...

    That is just the tip of the iceberg with what you have experienced. Once you learn to leverage what you have discovered you can earn more money at your job, better pay, lower payments on car insurance, etc. You have unlocked a world of possibilities simply because lame stream society says don't look behind door number 3. Everyone is stuck walking through door number 1 or 2 but they refuse to tell the majority that there is another way through.

    With enough experience you can even map out most people's life trajectory based on three choices they make within a 2 year time span. For example, did they divorce, remarry a single mom with kids and are stuck paying child support/alimony to ex wife working a min wage job?

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    I see tatted up whores with blue hair and piercings in their early 20's when I am out...then when I am at work, I see tatted up whores with blue hair who look 40, but are really 25, and they are on a huge regimen of psychiatric meds and antibiotics/anti-virals. When they go to pay for their drugs, I see their cliche wrist tattoos. Every single one of them on welfare by then. I see what a huge difference just a few years can make.

    I see 24 year old girls who weigh 260 pounds, already on welfare. They are riding passenger, and most likely don't have a car or driver's license. In the driver's seat is their shrew of an old mother, who looks 60 but is really 40, and picks up her meds there too. I never see their fathers. Or, I see some skinny, beaten down looking simp is driving her around in a beat up, 20+ year old minivan or beater car. Somehow he works a backbreaking job, buys all the parts to keep it running, does all the work himself and still finds time to chauffer her around. Or, he picks up her drugs on his way home from working a 12 hour shift doing back-breaking labor, because she didn't want to wait 5-10 minutes or pay the $1.25 copay herself. These simps don't have a shred of dignity or fight left in them.

    I look at all this human wreckage, all this misery and waste, and somehow, I feel alive. I am free. What got them, couldn't get me. I am healthy. I am excited about all the progress I'm making, and my hobbies and passions which I'm very much enjoying. My stock in life is shooting upwards as theirs is crashing towards the ground. I may have to work a hard and stressful job, but my life outside that place is pure joy. And it more than pays the bills...

    I'm eternally grateful. All the bullshit I see, everything I have to deal with every day, just makes me grateful. Somehow, I get to live this awesome life. It isn't always easy, and at times I have struggled, but I wouldn't trade it for anything. Everything I've been through has been worth it.

    All I really did was chase my dreams relentlessly, and avoid marriage/children/cohabitation. I would've sooner died than give up on my dreams, or allow some whore to take them away from me. Now here I am. I don't know what I did to get so lucky, to deserve all this. But I know I found the right path, and I'm sticking to it for life. I know I'll be in good company as well. I'll see you all there.

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    Re: Red-tinted glasses...

    Quote Originally Posted by Xanthine View Post
    I see tatted up whores with blue hair and piercings in their early 20's when I am out...then when I am at work, I see tatted up whores with blue hair who look 40, but are really 25, and they are on a huge regimen of psychiatric meds and antibiotics/anti-virals. When they go to pay for their drugs, I see their cliche wrist tattoos. Every single one of them on welfare by then. I see what a huge difference just a few years can make.

    I see 24 year old girls who weigh 260 pounds, already on welfare. They are riding passenger, and most likely don't have a car or driver's license. In the driver's seat is their shrew of an old mother, who looks 60 but is really 40, and picks up her meds there too. I never see their fathers. Or, I see some skinny, beaten down looking simp is driving her around in a beat up, 20+ year old minivan or beater car. Somehow he works a backbreaking job, buys all the parts to keep it running, does all the work himself and still finds time to chauffer her around. Or, he picks up her drugs on his way home from working a 12 hour shift doing back-breaking labor, because she didn't want to wait 5-10 minutes or pay the $1.25 copay herself. These simps don't have a shred of dignity or fight left in them.

    I look at all this human wreckage, all this misery and waste, and somehow, I feel alive. I am free. What got them, couldn't get me. I am healthy. I am excited about all the progress I'm making, and my hobbies and passions which I'm very much enjoying. My stock in life is shooting upwards as theirs is crashing towards the ground. I may have to work a hard and stressful job, but my life outside that place is pure joy. And it more than pays the bills...

    I'm eternally grateful. All the bullshit I see, everything I have to deal with every day, just makes me grateful. Somehow, I get to live this awesome life. It isn't always easy, and at times I have struggled, but I wouldn't trade it for anything. Everything I've been through has been worth it.

    All I really did was chase my dreams relentlessly, and avoid marriage/children/cohabitation. I would've sooner died than give up on my dreams, or allow some whore to take them away from me. Now here I am. I don't know what I did to get so lucky, to deserve all this. But I know I found the right path, and I'm sticking to it for life. I know I'll be in good company as well. I'll see you all there.
    This is well thought out and mirrors my experience as well. My experience with working with the public has shown me that I am in a lot better shape than the majority of clients and people I have interacted with for over 20+ years. It is both intriguing and horrifying to watch a lot of men in their mid 20s give up on life before reaching the age of 30 when their prime starts in their mid 30s and could extend beyond their 40s and well into their 50s. Meanwhile a lot of women give up on life well before the physical wall comes aka 30s.

    Current education system does little to prepare young adults to map out their lives from a 30-40 year trajectory. In fact most people have a hard time mapping out a life plan for five years.

    Maybe from my point of view there are not many role models to look up to that are older than me so I have to map out a path on my own. But it seems many millennials and generation z are falling into similar traps that snared previous generations (eg boomers) and are struggling to map out there own way. I believe this is because mass media has really snared a lot of people's ability to think independently and also entertainment has hijacked people's ability to accomplish things of value outside of social media IMVHO.

    For example, I do not watch television and the bulk of my entertainment is reading up news and information over the internet with gaming on the side. But that still leaves me plenty of time for my other hobbies like gardening, walking to the store to pick up fresh fruit for my fruit infused water or even doing my stretching routine for 20 minutes.

    Most other people are snared by television and social media which dominates their day even coming home from a long day of work. Little growth opportunity of the mind, body or spirit. And it leads to unhealthy consumption of foods and also less money overall.

    Go to a grocery store after 6 PM and if you see a man with a woman he looks beaten. Go to a grocery store before 11 AM and you see either retired men and women or single moms with baby strollers chatting it up with other people. Most people can not observe this because they are stuck in their 9-5 jobs and accept this is the norm.

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    Re: Red-tinted glasses...

    I second what Azure says, and would add that one needs to carefully weight the costs of a given job vs. the rewards. I see men age quickly, apparently aging at 5 times the normal rate, when slaving away in a office job. How can that be worth making twice the income? They will be dead before they reach standard retirement age. I am also dismayed at how poor a health the general population is in here in the US. Even men in their 30's are no longer vigorous and healthy and the men in their 50's look nearly dead. The retirees look like walking (barely) corpses.
    If you stay off the plantation, and avoid jobs that shorten your life span from overwork and stress, your prime of life can easily extend well into your 50's with another 20 or 30 years of enjoying your activities after it, if you take care of your health.

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    Re: Red-tinted glasses...

    Quote Originally Posted by ABigSiameseCat View Post
    I second what Azure says, and would add that one needs to carefully weight the costs of a given job vs. the rewards. I see men age quickly, apparently aging at 5 times the normal rate, when slaving away in a office job. How can that be worth making twice the income? They will be dead before they reach standard retirement age. I am also dismayed at how poor a health the general population is in here in the US. Even men in their 30's are no longer vigorous and healthy and the men in their 50's look nearly dead. The retirees look like walking (barely) corpses.
    If you stay off the plantation, and avoid jobs that shorten your life span from overwork and stress, your prime of life can easily extend well into your 50's with another 20 or 30 years of enjoying your activities after it, if you take care of your health.
    One of the great benefits I have found while going my own way, is a group of 50-80 year old tennis players. It is a small group that plays a few times a week and I have been welcomed into the group.

    During my marriage, my ex convinced me I would be dead by 50 with my habits. She was probably so disappointed I made it into my 50s, it was time to stab me in the back and file

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    Re: Red-tinted glasses...

    Quote Originally Posted by ABigSiameseCat View Post
    I second what Azure says, and would add that one needs to carefully weight the costs of a given job vs. the rewards. I see men age quickly, apparently aging at 5 times the normal rate, when slaving away in a office job. How can that be worth making twice the income? They will be dead before they reach standard retirement age. I am also dismayed at how poor a health the general population is in here in the US. Even men in their 30's are no longer vigorous and healthy and the men in their 50's look nearly dead. The retirees look like walking (barely) corpses.
    If you stay off the plantation, and avoid jobs that shorten your life span from overwork and stress, your prime of life can easily extend well into your 50's with another 20 or 30 years of enjoying your activities after it, if you take care of your health.
    I worked an office job for the state for 11 years. It was horrible. I weighed 300lbs, and was cheated out of $2 an hour for 9 years. And there's nothing I can do about that lost money. When I ended up losing that job due to the histrionic gold-digger, after I escaped her I got a job in housekeeping at a hotel.

    I have never been happier at a job. Seriously, I would get in 10 miles a day, lost a 120lbs of fat, ate TONS of free leftover breakfast, and basically if you are careful with your money, it's an exercise program that you get PAID for... It's hard work, and the time constraint was an extreme issue because I'm learning disabled and have a hard time adapting to new routines. Just prior to my back injury, I was cleaning faster than folks who'd been doing it for years.

    What I'm saying is: Active jobs make the human animal happy. Not back-breakers, but just active jobs that keep you moving all day. I plan to go back to housekeeping when my worker's comp ends. Scrubbing toilets beats office work any goddamn day.

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    Re: Red-tinted glasses...

    Devil Knockin, it's nice to hear other men's experiences on the trade off between office positions and other types of work. The office workers I saw became very sedentary and either became fat or frail, sometimes so quickly that I didn't recognize them after not seeing them for a few months. It happened to me today, I had to make one of my very infrequent visits to the office and I didn't recognize the manager, even though I have known him for years. I waited until he walked up to me and spoke, just to make sure it was him. Sure he makes 90K a year, but the job is aging him quickly. No thanks. I can be happy on a third of that.

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    Re: Red-tinted glasses...

    Quote Originally Posted by devilcomeknockin View Post
    I worked an office job for the state for 11 years. It was horrible. I weighed 300lbs, and was cheated out of $2 an hour for 9 years. And there's nothing I can do about that lost money. When I ended up losing that job due to the histrionic gold-digger, after I escaped her I got a job in housekeeping at a hotel.

    I have never been happier at a job. Seriously, I would get in 10 miles a day, lost a 120lbs of fat, ate TONS of free leftover breakfast, and basically if you are careful with your money, it's an exercise program that you get PAID for... It's hard work, and the time constraint was an extreme issue because I'm learning disabled and have a hard time adapting to new routines. Just prior to my back injury, I was cleaning faster than folks who'd been doing it for years.

    What I'm saying is: Active jobs make the human animal happy. Not back-breakers, but just active jobs that keep you moving all day. I plan to go back to housekeeping when my worker's comp ends. Scrubbing toilets beats office work any goddamn day.
    I have talked to a lot of people in my stem field and a lot them prefer doing the field work than the lab work and reports. Ironic because the kids fresh out of college want to jump right in writing the reports and avoiding the field work travel and outdoor work involved. But to me that is the most enjoyable part of that line of work.

    And yeah working as a custodian is great in that it keeps your body and mind sharp with coordination and also you are your own boss. As long as you finish the work on time there are no complaints. Best part is that you can walk out when your shift is over and not have to drag work home.

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