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    Re: The student loan forgiveness will largely go to women

    Quote Originally Posted by TigPlaze View Post
    One argument for a university education is that it can make someone well-rounded in knowledge (when done right). You do a bunch of worthwhile general studies like astronomy, literature, biology, critical thinking, etc.,
    High School is enough for that.

    Quote Originally Posted by TigPlaze View Post
    Someone could do two years of online general studies or community college general studies, and then do two years in a trade school.
    Yup. Fraud would be a problem, of course. But free online courses and a government exam where you have to show up in-person might do the job. The exams wouldn't even have to be at the same time - you'd book yourself in.

    Tangentially: note how the whole process of showing up to a lecture and taking notes is a relic of the days before the printing press. To get the knowledge, you'd have to listen to a professor and write down what he said. There was no other way to get the info. Studying something was a matter of travelling to a library somewhere and reading a scroll written by the great man himself, or one of his students. It just doesn't work that way anymore. We have way better options. But they still run lectures.

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    Re: The student loan forgiveness will largely go to women

    Women tend to be perpetual students, seldom ever using their studies in a practical form. This will not be a good thing to absolve them of their student loans as they will keep signing up to study expensive things that they will never use.

    If they did do something like this there needs to be a legal obligation for the student to work in the field they study or pay up.

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    Meet Gender Studies Major Chloe And 7 Other Underprivileged College Grads Whose Loans You're Paying Off:

    https://babylonbee.com/news/meet-gender-studies-major-chloe-and-7-other-unemployed-college-grads-whose-loans-youre-paying-off


    From the Babylon Bee
    They could start by making loans unavailable for worthless majors like Gender Studies. Having a GS degree is worse than no degree at all. It's all feminist propaganda/misinformation.

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    Re: The student loan forgiveness will largely go to women

    It's why I never give women any help or money. Someone will eventually bail them out. I know women with over $100 grand in student loan debt for a liberal arts degree. She NEVER uses it. Why? Because she has kids. One of them she got knocked up with while in college. There is no telling her anything. She is always right and people always defend her. I mean there is day care centers all over. Why should she work? She makes more in child support and welfare than I do working. I know other women like that too.

    What the f**k did they do with all that money? She didn't spend it all on books and school supplies.

    It's funny how women I was homeless multiple times with no friends or family and I was told to literally f** off and grow a pair by the government. But ADULT woman can sign a legally binding contract , default on debt, have excuses made for her, and get bailed out.

    Remember this gentleman . Don't ever feel sorry for a woman. Every problem she has she did it to herself and some retarded white knight will eventually bail her out so don't bother wasting your time or money.
    Stay away from women. They will only break your heart.

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    Re: The student loan forgiveness will largely go to women

    Quote Originally Posted by MGTOWFOREVER View Post
    It's why I never give women any help or money. Someone will eventually bail them out. I know women with over $100 grand in student loan debt for a liberal arts degree. She NEVER uses it. Why? Because she has kids. One of them she got knocked up with while in college. There is no telling her anything. She is always right and people always defend her. I mean there is day care centers all over. Why should she work? She makes more in child support and welfare than I do working. I know other women like that too.

    What the f**k did they do with all that money? She didn't spend it all on books and school supplies.

    It's funny how women I was homeless multiple times with no friends or family and I was told to literally f** off and grow a pair by the government. But ADULT woman can sign a legally binding contract , default on debt, have excuses made for her, and get bailed out.

    Remember this gentleman . Don't ever feel sorry for a woman. Every problem she has she did it to herself and some retarded white knight will eventually bail her out so don't bother wasting your time or money.
    And if you do help women out, they'll turn on you by calling the cops saying you raped or abused or harassed her. The best way to win with women is to pretend they don't exist. After all that's how they view us.
    It's a man's world and we need to take it by the throat and make it give us what we desire.

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    Re: The student loan forgiveness will largely go to women

    Quote Originally Posted by MGTOWFOREVER View Post
    It's why I never give women any help or money. Someone will eventually bail them out. I know women with over $100 grand in student loan debt for a liberal arts degree. She NEVER uses it. Why? Because she has kids. One of them she got knocked up with while in college. There is no telling her anything. She is always right and people always defend her. I mean there is day care centers all over. Why should she work? She makes more in child support and welfare than I do working. I know other women like that too.

    What the f**k did they do with all that money? She didn't spend it all on books and school supplies.

    It's funny how women I was homeless multiple times with no friends or family and I was told to literally f** off and grow a pair by the government. But ADULT woman can sign a legally binding contract , default on debt, have excuses made for her, and get bailed out.

    Remember this gentleman . Don't ever feel sorry for a woman. Every problem she has she did it to herself and some retarded white knight will eventually bail her out so don't bother wasting your time or money.
    My female friend is a very special person then. She worked her ass off to repay her 100K in student loans, even after they upped her interest rate from 1.25% to 11.5%. She wasn't some highly paid doctor or lawyer either. She worked normal jobs and lived in a van to save every cent possible. As much as I despise other women for exploiting men and the government for money, I massively respect her.

    Note: I respect her for what she did. My dick's not going to end up inside of her cunt.

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    Re: The student loan forgiveness will largely go to women

    Quote Originally Posted by Toolband89 View Post
    I'd also hazard a guess that many women are also less logical or practical in their college choice. I attended a state school, commuted and worked during my entire undergrad to graduate debt free. I also picked a degree that would lead directly into an actual job.

    Most of the girls I knew were less practical in their choices, even at the school I attended. Most lived on campus or in apartments nearby, inflating costs. Most of their degrees were in essentially worthless social sciences, and few if any worked.

    My sister decided in her 30s to go into over six figures of debt to get a more "prestigious" Master's in a field she could have easily done online or at a much cheaper school. Nope. Feelings win over logic every time with them.
    We have been aware of how few women pick the 'hard' majors in STEM. And STEM degrees are not only hard, they leave little time for partying. If a college could charge women to live on campus and enjoy the partying and Cavalcade of Cock without their having to attend class, they would make a fortune. As it is, the non-STEM female students pretend to study and the colleges pretend to give them a degree.

    Granted, two generations ago, when women were less bald faced in their hypergamy, many women went to college to get their "Mrs." degree: they went to college for the same reason Willie Sutton, when asked why he robbed so many banks, said "...because that is where the money is." If a woman was interested in marrying future doctors, lawyers, bankers, inheritors of large fortunes, and business magnates, they went to college and got an engagement ring, before other women could get to them, and when they would be in a 'target rich' environment where the men outnumbered the women.

    Deep down, men are interested in things, where women are more interested in people.

    Men are happy alone. Women die without the gossip and conflict and competition of being around other women and seeing how much they can manipulate men.

    Most men don't care if they got the certification on-line or on campus. For a woman, getting a degree on-line is like not going to college at all. They need the interaction.
    An escort is a woman you occasionally financially support only when she has sex with you.

    A date is a woman you occasionally financially support in the hope she will have sex with you.

    A wife is a woman you constantly financially support even when she is not having sex with you.

    An ex-wife is a woman you constantly financially support with alimony so she can have sex......with someone else.

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    Re: The student loan forgiveness will largely go to women

    Quote Originally Posted by MGTOWFOREVER View Post
    It's why I never give women any help or money. Someone will eventually bail them out. I know women with over $100 grand in student loan debt for a liberal arts degree. She NEVER uses it. Why? Because she has kids. One of them she got knocked up with while in college. There is no telling her anything. She is always right and people always defend her. I mean there is day care centers all over. Why should she work? She makes more in child support and welfare than I do working. I know other women like that too.

    What the f**k did they do with all that money? She didn't spend it all on books and school supplies.

    It's funny how women I was homeless multiple times with no friends or family and I was told to literally f** off and grow a pair by the government. But ADULT woman can sign a legally binding contract , default on debt, have excuses made for her, and get bailed out.

    Remember this gentleman . Don't ever feel sorry for a woman. Every problem she has she did it to herself and some retarded white knight will eventually bail her out so don't bother wasting your time or money.
    Modern women do not marry men. They are married to the government.
    Government has replaced husbands as providers/protectors.

    And Big Daddy Government has a very strong pimp hand.
    He keeps the women in 'his' stable in line, and he makes sure the 'Johns' pay up.
    An escort is a woman you occasionally financially support only when she has sex with you.

    A date is a woman you occasionally financially support in the hope she will have sex with you.

    A wife is a woman you constantly financially support even when she is not having sex with you.

    An ex-wife is a woman you constantly financially support with alimony so she can have sex......with someone else.

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    Re: The student loan forgiveness will largely go to women

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    They could start by making loans unavailable for worthless majors like Gender Studies. Having a GS degree is worse than no degree at all. It's all feminist propaganda/misinformation.
    In the U.S., the bachelor's degree has replaced the high school diploma as a guarantee that a potential employer is trainable and can read/write at the 9th grade level.

    Four generations ago, only half of the population graduated from high school.

    In World War II, so many high school drop out draftees were trained to operate radars, fly air planes, learn exotic languages, do air traffic control, compute firing solutions for artillery, and do other highly technical trades, that when they returned from the war, it would have been a waste of time to send them back to high school. So, they created the General Educational Development Development exam so they could "test out" of getting a high school diploma.

    During the war, the Army, anticipating that the war would last until 1948, and that there would be a need for thousands of new doctors, forced the medical schools to accept carefully selected high school graduates, and run them through a year-round program that would produce a physician in just 3 years. No bachelors required. And the students were motivated not to fail, because washouts would be sent straight to the front lines to serve as combat medics.
    An escort is a woman you occasionally financially support only when she has sex with you.

    A date is a woman you occasionally financially support in the hope she will have sex with you.

    A wife is a woman you constantly financially support even when she is not having sex with you.

    An ex-wife is a woman you constantly financially support with alimony so she can have sex......with someone else.

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    Re: The student loan forgiveness will largely go to women

    Quote Originally Posted by bazalgette View Post
    ...
    I remeber the thread where someone urged us to leave US. You know my stance on the matter -
    being a stranger in foreign land is a very bad idea. Only in modern progressive western nations
    are stragers treated better than natives.
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    The question is where to go to? For those who are considering leaving the United States, beware of the Missing Tile Syndrome:

    You see something that you don't like in the United States (the missing tile), and see ten or more other countries who don't have that problem. Then you are tempted to move there. The problem is, those countries have their missing tiles too. Problems you probably never imagined could exist anywhere if you had lived all your life in the United States.

    Well traveled Tim Ferris was asked in a podcast whether he was planning to leave the United States. His reply was something like "I don't want to jump from the frying pan into the fire".

    At 53, I am about as well traveled as Tim Ferris. I have lived 19 years in Algeria, 5 years in France, 27 years in the United States, one year in Canada and one year in Mexico. And been to eight other countries (all European): Poland, England, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Hungary and Spain.

    I wasn't born in the United States. I have elected to move here, as I saw it as my best option. For the last ten years or so, every time I see something in the US that I don't like, I try to come up, in my mind, with a better alternative to move to. Six years ago, I thought I had found that better alternative: Baja California, Mexico. But, after spending a year there (combined total on multiple trips), I came to the conclusion that I would rather live in California.

    Besides, as long as the US dollar is the world's reserve currency, and oil and other commodities are priced in US dollars, you don't escape the buying of votes with printed US dollars by leaving the US and renouncing its citizenship. Printing US dollars without the equivalent creation of wealth is a tax on the whole world.

    I don't understand why China and Russia are not creating a financial coalition, getting most of the countries under their spheres of influence to create an alternative to the US dollar. Either some basket that includes the yuan, the ruble, and the currencies of their coalition of the willing. Or some financial instruments that is tightly tied to such currencies. Russia kind of took a baby step towards that, when it stated that it's no longer accepting dollars or euros for its oil. But Russia only did it when it had no real other choice (it was no longer having access to its euros and US dollars). And Russia is too small to do it alone.

    Russia has the natural resources that Russia, China and the coalition of the willing needs. As well as the technology to extract them. And China has the factories and know how to transform those natural resources into useful products. And, as long as they are trading valuable goods for dollars, they are paying for the less than useless gender studies degrees and other US follies.

    Until a different reserve currency is established somewhere, there is really no escaping the follies of US politics.

    Some problems can be solved locally. For example, many conservatives are trying to move to, then create, the Greater Idaho state ( https://www.greateridaho.org/ ). You don't want false accusations your local tax dollars to support a police force that is mostly made of babysitters for quarreling couples? A coalition of Muslims, True Christians (as opposed to Churchians self identifying as Christians) and MGTOW could move to a county with very little population, and elect a district attorney that won't prosecute crimes that are not crimes under sharia law. In such county, here is how most domestic violence calls would go:

    911 Operator: 911, what's your emergency?
    Wife: My husband has beaten me up.
    911 Operator: Do you have bruises?
    Wife: No.
    911 Operator: Call us back once you have bruises. Click.

    False accusations will still be a problem. But, in court, with at least one Muslim in the jury, it will be harder to get a conviction. As female witnesses count only as half male witness.

    Love county Texas has only 64 people. All it would take is a group of 65 of MGTOW, Muslims and True Christians to relocate there to solve a whole bunch of nonsense that we see in the US.

    Unfortunately, the solution for printing money to bailout gender studies graduates, whether it's $10,000 a graduate, $50,000 or $100,000 is way above our pay grade. Only China, Russia and a coalition of the willing can provide us with a sanctuary for that. At the individual or small group level, the best we can do is follow Aaron Clarey's "Enjoy The Decline", for those of us so inclined.

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    Re: The student loan forgiveness will largely go to women

    Quote Originally Posted by Kryptic View Post
    Women tend to be perpetual students, seldom ever using their studies in a practical form.
    It's the female version of Peter-Pan syndrome. They don't want to grow up. They want to stay in school forever.

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    Re: The student loan forgiveness will largely go to women

    Quote Originally Posted by sam luis obispo View Post
    If a college could charge women to live on campus and enjoy the partying and Cavalcade of Cock without their having to attend class, they would make a fortune.
    They can. It's called "auditing" a unit.

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    Thought I read somewhere that some countries have banned liberal arts classes from government funding - only hard sciences such as biology, medicine, math or engineering courses of study can receive government financing. Aka no more basket weaving classes or feminist studies . . .

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Wombat View Post
    Let's go one step further. Ban compound interest. Forbid the practice of adding interest on a debt to the debt to be repaid, stacking up more interest. The courts are to treat any such contract as not a contract at all, same as gambling or drug trafficking debts.


    If I was dictator of the USA, I would separate post-high-school education into three streams: ivory towers for the truly academically gifted - arts and sciences; vocational schools for trade and professional education (including medicine and law); and expensive finishing schools to cram a little liberal arts (history, literature) into the children of the idle rich. The academies and the vocational schools would have nothing whatever to do with sportsball - the fields, the coaches, the player scholarships: gone. And I would de-certify degree mills running 4-year sex holidays for 2-year-olds and charging 100k in student loan debt.

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    Re: The student loan forgiveness will largely go to women

    Quote Originally Posted by Abdenour View Post
    I don't understand why China and Russia are not creating a financial coalition, getting most of the countries under their spheres of influence to create an alternative to the US dollar.
    They are. It's not just Russia and China, it's the BRICS bloc - Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa. Both Iraq and Lybia tried to sell oil for gold, and got stomped by the USA. Russia and China are a tougher nut to crack.
    Quote Originally Posted by Abdenour View Post
    Russia has the natural resources that Russia, China and the coalition of the willing needs. As well as the technology to extract them. And China has the factories and know how to transform those natural resources into useful products.
    The grand strategy is to try to trade over a land route, because the USA controls the seas (eg: the USA polices the South China sea). The best way to transport bulk goods is by sea, the next best is rail, but you need to run the tracks somewhere flat. Next war will be in Northeastern Khazakstan to establish a China/Russia land route west of the Altai mountains - although a war might not be necessary at all if Khazakstan chooses to play ball. Which it may, and really should.

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    Re: The student loan forgiveness will largely go to women

    Quote Originally Posted by TigPlaze View Post
    There's no good guy in this one, so I'm presenting the other side.
    Yes.

    I've never lived in the U.S, but as an outsider looking in I think that your younger generations were fed to the meat grinder of higher education.

    All of the U.S media I have watched pushes the mentality that people have to go to college if they don't want to be a loser. I remember watching a couple of episodes of the U.S reality show 'Kid Nation', where every week kids were awarded a gold star for being a top performer. I think it was worth $20,000. The producers would interview these kids, who were between the ages of 8-13, about what they intended to do with the money, and pretty much every one said "It's going to pay for college."

    That sort of mentality was just surreal to me. Children that age in my country aren't thinking about how they are going to pay for higher education, they would be talking about how they are going to spend the money on a new gaming system, toys, a holiday to Disneyland, or a car (if they are around the 15-16 year range). It's clear the whole 'You've got to go to college' mantra is inculcated at a young age in the U.S, much like the 'You've got to get married and have kids' belief is.

    And once that belief has been instilled, then you jack up the prices of college education. Even worse, from my understanding in the U.S you don't even initially get to study the topic of your degree when you start your course. For example, if you do an engineering degree, you don't study just engineering topics, but also stuff completely unrelated so that you get a 'broad education'. So you're essentially paying money to learn stuff that isn't relevant to the field you're going to enter into. You'd think that the time to have gotten a 'broad education' was during the 12 years of schooling you received as a kid, but apparently you need to study even more history and social sciences. And if you want to go into law and medicines, you need to do another degree first. What a rip off.

    In my country that doesn't happen. You take an engineering degree? It's all engineering subjects. Medicine? All related to medicine, even if tangentially (eg. organic chemistry, biophysics).

    And yeah, the costs for a degree are far lower here, and citizens can get government loans at reasonable interest rates.

    And this is a loan she signed when she was 17 years old. Did you know there was such a thing as a "variable rate loan" when you were 17? I didn't.
    Stuff like that is just disgusting. Again, sometimes it feels like the younger generations are being exploited by the older ones. At 17 years of age you know very little about how the real world works, what you want out of life, and how to identify manipulation and exploitation. Your parents should be there to help guide and protect you as you make the transition into adulthood, but unfortunately a lot of parents are dumb, brainwashed by the 'go to college' nonsense, or even worse think that because their kid is legally an adult they should just 'figure it out on their own'. Some baby boomers were kicked out of the house at 18 and therefore think it's OK for them to throw their own kids to the wolves.

    Then I would reform the education system. I would force all universities to shut down their so-called "gender studies" programs (or feminist propaganda) and I would send all of their so-called profs to those same hard-labor camps in Alaska, and I would ban Title 9. Then I would make all student loans have a standard 1.25% non-variable interest rate. I would also make all trade schools free of charge. So you could go to trade school for free and get a great-paying job in two years or so, or you could get a 4-year degree with a non-crooked loan, and have a chance in the job market.

    Note: I speak only for myself. These are my views only, not necessarily standard MGTOW.
    Sounds good to me.

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    Re: The student loan forgiveness will largely go to women

    Quote Originally Posted by thenamelessone View Post
    Yes.

    I've never lived in the U.S, but as an outsider looking in I think that your younger generations were fed to the meat grinder of higher education.

    All of the U.S media I have watched pushes the mentality that people have to go to college if they don't want to be a loser. I remember watching a couple of episodes of the U.S reality show 'Kid Nation', where every week kids were awarded a gold star for being a top performer. I think it was worth $20,000. The producers would interview these kids, who were between the ages of 8-13, about what they intended to do with the money, and pretty much every one said "It's going to pay for college."

    That sort of mentality was just surreal to me. Children that age in my country aren't thinking about how they are going to pay for higher education, they would be talking about how they are going to spend the money on a new gaming system, toys, a holiday to Disneyland, or a car (if they are around the 15-16 year range). It's clear the whole 'You've got to go to college' mantra is inculcated at a young age in the U.S, much like the 'You've got to get married and have kids' belief is.

    And once that belief has been instilled, then you jack up the prices of college education. Even worse, from my understanding in the U.S you don't even initially get to study the topic of your degree when you start your course. For example, if you do an engineering degree, you don't study just engineering topics, but also stuff completely unrelated so that you get a 'broad education'. So you're essentially paying money to learn stuff that isn't relevant to the field you're going to enter into. You'd think that the time to have gotten a 'broad education' was during the 12 years of schooling you received as a kid, but apparently you need to study even more history and social sciences. And if you want to go into law and medicines, you need to do another degree first. What a rip off.

    In my country that doesn't happen. You take an engineering degree? It's all engineering subjects. Medicine? All related to medicine, even if tangentially (eg. organic chemistry, biophysics).

    And yeah, the costs for a degree are far lower here, and citizens can get government loans at reasonable interest rates.



    Stuff like that is just disgusting. Again, sometimes it feels like the younger generations are being exploited by the older ones. At 17 years of age you know very little about how the real world works, what you want out of life, and how to identify manipulation and exploitation. Your parents should be there to help guide and protect you as you make the transition into adulthood, but unfortunately a lot of parents are dumb, brainwashed by the 'go to college' nonsense, or even worse think that because their kid is legally an adult they should just 'figure it out on their own'. Some baby boomers were kicked out of the house at 18 and therefore think it's OK for them to throw their own kids to the wolves.



    Sounds good to me.

    Spot on, Nameless, (from the outside looking in) Not only has higher education diminished by international standards, but lower education has suffered also, going from #1 during the patriarchy, to the last of my knowledge 36 down the line.

    I'm a so called victim of this scheme, but unlike others, I dropped out 1st year of high school as Jr. high was a radical feminist gender warriors test bed along with racial violence and tension throughout the city.

    I took the reigns of my own education by going to vocational school to pass GED with machinist training. Later on I went to flight school, learned some Spanish, played with computers and learned whatever I liked, whatever I was interested in, whatever I needed to know, pick all the brains I could find, worked in shop with a famous metal fabricator and learned power hammer and English wheel (plainishing).

    Over the last 20 years of gardening I/we, my brother and I, learned molar mathematics for making our own brand of full spectrum fertilizer, we can even test soils and formulate a remedy, at first it was an insurmountable task, but now it seems easy, I guess all hard stuff is all the effort to overcome our frustration from all our ignorance. (gave me a fuck-ton of respect for farmers and the likes).

    With the internet there's no knowledge hidden, only knowledge hard to find! We learn on our own what once was taught in college exclusively, now it's allover the web, a wealth of information at our fingertips, a "how to" manual to do anything!

    You touched on something important and that's what to think and not "how to think". One is cattle, the other is how to achieve anything!

    The only education one needs is "SELF MOTIVATION" the rest will fall into place like a jigsaw puzzle. Learn how to do anything, or be totally dependent upon knowing only one thing, and hope it's not gender studies and the likes!

    Knowledge and ability is a formidable weapon against dependency and poverty. USA has become a disgrace by all accounts thanks to feminist indoctrination via cultural revolution and transformation.

    If they can't hold a candle to the patriarchal society they dismantled and destroyed, how can they be trusted to teach anyone anything?

    Like justice, education is now self serve or suffer the stupidity of being told what to think and not how to think!

    Gentlemen, when it comes to an education one can't buy, we at MGTOW-U make the sharpest tools in the shed that will last a lifetime!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Wombat View Post
    High School is enough for that.
    Haha, you'd think so, wouldn't you? If you spend 12 years in the education system as a kid, and come out of it still not having a 'general' education, then that's an indictment of the education system.

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    Re: The student loan forgiveness will largely go to women

    Ive read the entire post and nobody seem to brush the subject.

    I hate to be the bearer of news (good or bad) but ive listened multiple new outled about the matter and they claim the bill hasnt passed yet.

    They claim that like 3/4 of the chamber is against it, republicans and moderate dems. They claim its a slap to the face of fairness and filled with doudle standards. In counter action they would propose to print more money and deliver checks to those who repaid their loan and those who didnt needed loans. More printing, more inflation, nothing to solve the issue. Just a band aid applyed to the problem.

    I would like to ear you toughts on the matter.

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    The "We're not in a recession because two consecutive quarters of negative GDP is not an OFFICIAL Definition"

    Yeah, but it was only in every econ/finance textbook, popular finance magazines, and websites for at least half a century.

    Another indicator that society is too feminized is the breezy redefinition of terms like "Recession" and "Vaccine" whenever convenient.

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    Re: The student loan forgiveness will largely go to women

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Wombat View Post
    It's the female version of Peter-Pan syndrome. They don't want to grow up. They want to stay in school forever.

    This. Countless females are basically permastudents, living on loans, getting Food Stamps on top of it. In the 20s and going into the 30s now. Maybe working a year or two and getting "burnt out" from a minimally difficult bureaucratic/office job, then returning to school for another degree to 'recharge'.


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