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    Sugar Mice In The Rain

    I knew a boy ever so coy, all alone with his plastic toy

    On the crème floor, a soiled implore, ever so pure

    Innocuous, I knew a boy who grew to be an incubus

    A slant beyond the window, tinted

    A vision in neon, encased in Freon

    I knew a boy who became Cain in heart, propulsed his pain through abstract art

    Memorised the Book of Acts,. Rehearsed chapter to verse

    A spiritual thirst to understand the universe

    I knew an old man who lasted a long span

    A shuffle in his step, a wuffle of inept

    Beneath the beseeched befit, gnashing of teeth wails from the breached pit

    Decreed disgraced, no more part of the human race

    A skeleton ever so pretty......

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    Re: Sugar Mice In The Rain

    Colin Combover's out of the coma, this is your 28th post since Sept 2018. Your Intro is incomplete:

    http://www.goingyourownway.com/mgtow...witched-11177/

    Read the sticky How To Intro in that subforum and append your Intro as required. We all had to do one.

    Now quit being weird and get to this.

    Moderators, have you given this newbie fair warning yet?

    Existing members, his Intro thread is a classic example of novitiate members feeding the problem.
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    The mass of men lead lives of quiet desperation.
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    Re: Sugar Mice In The Rain

    I copied all that so I can read it the next time I get stoned off my ass

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    Re: Sugar Mice In The Rain

    Quote Originally Posted by Unboxxed View Post
    Moderators, have you given this newbie fair warning yet?
    CCOOTC has schizotypal personality disorder. Or he's doing a brilliant impression of someone who does. He's harmless and doesn't appear to have an agenda, and he's done four threads total. Others may differ, I'm inclined to leave him be. If he decides to start clogging the board with illegible nonsense, that's a different issue. But he doesn't seem to be doing that.

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    Re: Sugar Mice In The Rain

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Wombat View Post
    CCOOTC has schizotypal personality disorder. Or he's doing a brilliant impression of someone who does. He's harmless and doesn't appear to have an agenda, and he's done four threads total. Others may differ, I'm inclined to leave him be. If he decides to start clogging the board with illegible nonsense, that's a different issue. But he doesn't seem to be doing that.
    Harmless or not, 28 posts and no valid Intro. Have you just waived the Intro requirement? I don't get that.
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    Re: Sugar Mice In The Rain

    CCOOTC did do an intro back in Sept. Didn't have a lot to say, but did answer a question or two.
    Every day I make the world a little bit worse.

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    Re: Sugar Mice In The Rain

    Quote Originally Posted by frog View Post
    CCOOTC did do an intro back in Sept. Didn't have a lot to say, but did answer a question or two.
    That's why I always qualify it by saying no valid Intro. In that thread, Wombat as Moderator back in Sept did instruct him to redo his Intro, which he has not yet done.
    The two most important days in your life are the day you were born and the day you find out why. - Mark Twain

    The mass of men lead lives of quiet desperation.
    - Henry David Thoreau

    There are 10 types of people in the world - those who understand binary, and those who don't.

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    Re: Sugar Mice In The Rain

    I think waiving the requirement for a valid intro is a really bad idea. Impersonating or imitating a mental disorder is withing the repertoire of professional trolls as we have seen over on the abandoned site (CatLitterIsland). I am afraid that Mr. Wombat does not truly appreciate the quality of trolls hired to destroy Red Pill sites or their capacity to play a long game, which we have seen in the past as well at the aforementioned site.

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    Re: Sugar Mice In The Rain

    Quote Originally Posted by Colin Combover's out of the coma View Post
    I knew a boy ever so coy, all alone with his plastic toy

    On the crème floor, a soiled implore, ever so pure

    Innocuous, I knew a boy who grew to be an incubus

    A slant beyond the window, tinted

    A vision in neon, encased in Freon

    I knew a boy who became Cain in heart, propulsed his pain through abstract art

    Memorised the Book of Acts,. Rehearsed chapter to verse

    A spiritual thirst to understand the universe

    I knew an old man who lasted a long span

    A shuffle in his step, a wuffle of inept

    Beneath the beseeched befit, gnashing of teeth wails from the breached pit

    Decreed disgraced, no more part of the human race

    A skeleton ever so pretty......
    My poem to counter your weaksauce poem:

    No wife, happy life.

    Riding down Santa Monica

    Playing my harmonica.

    Freedom rings far and wide

    For I am a happy man that can stand with pride

    The bachelor life is for me

    Because of all the benjamins I see.

    Happy life, no wife.

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    Re: Sugar Mice In The Rain

    Quote Originally Posted by ABigSiameseCat View Post
    I am afraid that Mr. Wombat does not truly appreciate the quality of trolls hired to destroy Red Pill sites or their capacity to play a long game, which we have seen in the past as well at the aforementioned site.
    The 2016 election in USA was the biggest indicator of how far they're willing to go and how good they actually are, particularly when money is involved. I believe it is up to the men here to defend against this because we know better.

    I'm drawing reference to r/theredpill here, citing that the reason I think they got quarantined by reddit is because their ideals were robustly defended by the guys on top. Despite our conflict with them, they still held true to what they believed in and refused to let trolls (or even ANYONE) take the discussion and their message in another direction, so after realizing that it wasn't going to work unless you somehow manage to remove all the guys on the top, the ones that the newbies look up to, they have to let it be and shut it down from outside.
    That's not to say that there aren't any trolls AT ALL, it's just that the intent to takedown couldn't be accomplished from within.

    Side note: I believe a similar situation is in progress on r/mgtow, but because the hierarchy is different there and the best are usually the guys that comment and not the mods, it will fall. One mod is all that is required with a bunch of posters who just spam stuff at a pace that you simply can't keep up, and the message becomes lost to dilution.

    This forum is its own space, so it can't be quarantined in the same way but the idea still holds. Guys who are here longer and obviously know better and can defend what is right are the ones who can keep it the closest to what it's supposed to be.
    We'll still be MGTOW in the end but to lose your OWN space because trolls take over is... I can't even finish that sentence.

    The intro requirement helps these aformentioned seniors/veterans of the forum.

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    Re: Sugar Mice In The Rain

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Wombat View Post
    CCOOTC has schizotypal personality disorder. Or he's doing a brilliant impression of someone who does. He's harmless and doesn't appear to have an agenda, and he's done four threads total. Others may differ, I'm inclined to leave him be. If he decides to start clogging the board with illegible nonsense, that's a different issue. But he doesn't seem to be doing that.
    I know Colin from another site (and with the same name), and I agree with you: he is relatively harmless, but does create these incoherent threads. Not in excess, thankfully.

    Some people might like the poetic side, but my vision of art is not in line with the incoherent stuff that nobody understands... Therefore I simply do not open his post, this being an exception because I am stuck at an airport.

    Relating to art, I knew a guy that made an exhibit with paintings like these:
    - an empty canvas, with a knife suck in the middle, title "frustration".
    - an empty canvas with a small blue dot in the middle, title "iceberg".
    - just an empty canvas, title "fog".

    While the creativity of the titles might be entertaining for a few seconds, I hardly call this man an artist. What is the skill in creating an image that he showed?

    The same way, conjuring an vivid idea with words, or making them pleasing to the ears, that is what I would call a poem.

    But thats me... Each one has His Own Way.

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    Re: Sugar Mice In The Rain

    Thanks Manfred, that's nice to know.
    Every day I make the world a little bit worse.

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    Re: Sugar Mice In The Rain

    Make a subforum called "batshit crazy" and stuff it all in there?

    I mean, some of my rantings are crazy...

    But in my case, crazy is a feature - not a bug!
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    - Where have all the good men gone? Away. Far far away... from you.
    - NAWALT? Maybe, but EWALT means Russian Roulette is a much safer bet...

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    Re: Sugar Mice In The Rain

    He'll only get worse. Just ban him and be done with it.


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