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    Some Blue Collar



    Pointing out no male role model almost everywhere in society today.

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    Re: Some Blue Collar

    Just watched it few minutes ago, was in my recommendations. This guy has made many awesome videos, I'll recommend checking them out too if you find him interesting.
    A clever fighter not only wins, but excels in winning with ease. His victories bring him neither reputation for wisdom, nor credit for courage. He wins his battles by making no mistakes. Making no mistakes is what establishes the certainty of victory, for it means conquering an enemy that is already defeated.

    Sun Tzu in The Art of War
    MGTOW is about making no mistakes against gynocentrism.

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    Re: Some Blue Collar

    Unfortunately, less than one percent of the younger people (men and women) I know have this guy's brains or common sense. But it's good to know men like this do still exist. I just wonder for how long. Sooner or later the whole damn western world's males are going to become so feminized and useless that they won't know how to reset a circuit breaker, let alone figure out where it is or what it is or trace down why it tripped in the first place so it doesn't happen again.

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    Re: Some Blue Collar

    Quote Originally Posted by kru-kut View Post
    Unfortunately, less than one percent of the younger people (men and women) I know have this guy's brains or common sense. But it's good to know men like this do still exist. I just wonder for how long. Sooner or later the whole damn western world's males are going to become so feminized and useless that they won't know how to reset a circuit breaker, let alone figure out where it is or what it is or trace down why it tripped in the first place so it doesn't happen again.
    My father taught me many useful things, among them, how to read schematics, wiring, construction, and a host of other things, now I'm my own "go to guy" when I nee problem solving done. Not afraid to get my hands dirty because overall that's where the money is, having a plethora of multiple skills makes me a valuable person to myself more than anyone!

    Thanks Dad! You never put me down or shamed me in spite my ignorance, you just kept pushing forward when the impossible needed to be done!

    That^^^ has been obliterated by feminism and gynocentrism's destruction of the family and resulting dumb-down to the oncoming dark ages v.2.0

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    Re: Some Blue Collar

    Quote Originally Posted by mgtower View Post
    My father taught me many useful things, among them, how to read schematics, wiring, construction, and a host of other things, now I'm my own "go to guy" when I nee problem solving done. Not afraid to get my hands dirty because overall that's where the money is, having a plethora of multiple skills makes me a valuable person to myself more than anyone!

    Thanks Dad! You never put me down or shamed me in spite my ignorance, you just kept pushing forward when the impossible needed to be done!

    That^^^ has been obliterated by feminism and gynocentrism's destruction of the family and resulting dumb-down to the oncoming dark ages v.2.0
    Never really had anyone to take me under their wing so to speak. But like you I learned very early to trust in my own abilities because few would offer assistance when needed.

    Very quickly I became the go-to guy when the shit hit the fan. And what thanks did I get? Nada, not a thing (excepting the very few).

    Taking care of your own shit is the most basic of lessons. I genuinely fear for the youth of today, most of whom don't even seem to be able to change an electric plug.
    "Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail." - Ralph Waldo Emerson

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