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    Re: Long-winded life story required for membership

    The Truth is never easy to hear and accept. Many refuse it and go about their merry way in dream land..

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    Re: Long-winded life story required for membership

    Quote Originally Posted by Hoppes#9 View Post
    The Truth is never easy to hear and accept. Many refuse it and go about their merry way in dream land..
    I have a brother who "can't handle the truth". He's a sheep that has believed every lie television news ever told him. I'm the skeptic that questions everything and compares what I'm told to what I see going on. He never looks at what's going on in the world because it's just too disturbing to watch, I guess.

    As for intros to join this forum, I've been admonished for being too welcoming to newbies with flimsy intros. Well, that's just my way of nodding my head, smiling, and saying welcome...like a Walmart greeter. It doesn't mean I'm ready to hug a stranger. Frankly, I'm surprised my own intro passed. It wasn't very long, but then my story, if you piece together my posts on both websites, is pretty complete. I'm open and honest, but only with close, personal friends and I feel a couple of members here are indeed that.
    "Don't follow in my footsteps. I stepped in something."

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    Re: Long-winded life story required for membership

    Hey JT...I gotta admit 3/4 or more of the people I know and interact with are just like your Brother.

    Over the years I have tried my best to wake people up to the deception we all live under. As a kid I was always the one that asked why or how come when I was told something. I was scolded and labeled a wise-ass many many times but I still kept asking.....even thru to this very day.

    Here is what I have seen out of people......Some that you show truth to act indifferent and will reply " well, there is nothing we can do about it,... it is just what it is"
    Others will actually get F'n mad at you and evidence be damned if you dare to upset the apple-cart of their paradigm or make believe life. I sorta have given up on sounding out to people...if they are awake they are.......if not....probably at this point in the game nothing I say will ever convince them.

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    Re: Long-winded life story required for membership

    Quote Originally Posted by Hoppes#9 View Post
    I was scolded and labeled a wise-ass many many times but I still kept asking.....even thru to this very day.
    Indeed. The other one I got was 'you always have an answer, don't you?'

    Eventually I came up with a reply:

    'Hmm, maybe because I actually think about the things you can't be arsed to.' Always pisses them off!
    "Those who would give up essential Liberty, to purchase a little temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety." - Benjamin Franklin

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    Re: Long-winded life story required for membership

    Quote Originally Posted by Hoppes#9 View Post
    Hey JT...I gotta admit 3/4 or more of the people I know and interact with are just like your Brother.

    Over the years I have tried my best to wake people up to the deception we all live under. As a kid I was always the one that asked why or how come when I was told something. I was scolded and labeled a wise-ass many many times but I still kept asking.....even thru to this very day.

    Here is what I have seen out of people......Some that you show truth to act indifferent and will reply " well, there is nothing we can do about it,... it is just what it is"
    Others will actually get F'n mad at you and evidence be damned if you dare to upset the apple-cart of their paradigm or make believe life. I sorta have given up on sounding out to people...if they are awake they are.......if not....probably at this point in the game nothing I say will ever convince them.
    I got that, too growing up. Later in life I met people from all over the world during my tour in the Navy. Most of them started every sentence with the words "Yeah, but..."

    I no longer associate with people who have Yeah butts. They need to see a proctologist.
    "Don't follow in my footsteps. I stepped in something."

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    Re: Long-winded life story required for membership

    My brother and I used to say "Yea-bu'daba doo" every time an employee would say "yea-but". In two part harmony we crash them to the ground!
    As men, we all got the shitty end of the stick, the only difference? MGTOW will not lick it, we stick it back where it came from.


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