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  1. Re: Freedom of choice does not make something a good idea

    I emailed with her once. Couldn't put a dent in her. She has it down well. To her, I was probably a walk in the park.
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    Re: The weight of the world!

    Hmm... My hero, Sgt Friday. He goes by the book, no funny stuff, no smile, takes his job too seriously...

    (thinks about it...)

    HEY!

    LOL
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    Re: Republican cries at hearing

    Well, I for one think it's sexist and insulting to condescend to women like the miserable, emotional pools of water that they are! LOL.

    This was on Tucker Carlson last night. He had a fellow on...
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    Re: The weight of the world!

    I think that is a good idea, happybachelor, if it allows you time to reflect on the Principles violation instances that you are racking up. Namely, insulting other members. Refer to your profile...
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    Re: The deepfakes gonna be juicy !

    Yeah, the deepfakes. I'm thinking not about fabricating orgies using familiar faces but about the malicious use of AI to, say, make high-quality deceptive recordings of people's faces whom I trust,...
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    Re: Five Gym Creeps: A Response

    Don't you think you should restate that? LOL
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    Re: Five Gym Creeps: A Response

    Don't get me wrong here, but I guess I never understood why a steam room is a necessary part of the working-out regimen. Your average home doesn't have one. Sounds mighty elective for what ya get....
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    Re: The weight of the world!

    Simply sharing knowledge. Don't try to gaslight me. I'm talking about how to share knowledge in accordance with our Principles.

    The second sentence you highlighted was a question, not a statement....
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    Re: The weight of the world!

    happybachelor I thought I talked to you about denigrating fellow members for their MGTOW and denigrating MGTOW itself.







    You're being as asshole. I thought you said you'd knock that...
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    Re: Republican cries at hearing

    I'm over 60 and I just can't recall in my youth so many men crying on TV as today, if any ever did. I flat don't like it, frankly. Cry in private, dammit, and to your designated split tail if ya got...
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    Re: The weight of the world!

    Ah, the title of this thread!

    Yes! And for those who do not know, he's a character in the 1957 novel Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand. Go out and read it. I can't find my copy, dang it. I think it went...
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    Re: The weight of the world!

    I certainly can relate to that. I tell myself to tweak my messages as needed and soldier on. That's what I meant in the other post when I said that I teach myself the articulation to express my...
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    Re: The weight of the world!

    It's not like that. MGTOW developed as a reaction to feminism, not as an ongoing openness to negotiate which is where accusations of hypocrisy have traction. I've responded to you in another recent...
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    Re: Dr. Dre divorce settlement

    The culture's approval of female mooching. To affect it, we gotta label it for what it is. I do this when posting online, re-introducing the word "mooch" into the culture's conversation.
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    Re: Delighted to be here

    For me, it was not me punishing the world but a resignation, a tacit acknowledgement of defeat, that after day after day of being misunderstood and mistreated (by whom, actually? My job? Individual...
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    Re: Menís lives donít matter.

    "Women have always been the primary victims of war. Women lose their husbands, their fathers, their sons in combat. Women often have to flee from the only homes they have ever known. Women are...
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    Re: BURNT TWICE equals RED PILLED !

    Hi Burnt Twice,

    Thank you for expanding on your transition.



    I hear this over and over from men.
  18. Re: Freedom of choice does not make something a good idea

    You touch on this thing I see, an expectation that I, as an individual, am supposed to be part of the current of flow in the river of women and their ongoing mental problems. Or whatever it is that I...
  19. re: SATIRE: Feminists Declare Victory After Obliterating Women's Sports, Relabeling Mothers 'Birthing Persons', Getting Women Drafted

    You did see he tagged the link as SATIRE? Maybe I should return to placing that word in the thread title, something I was doing, just to be sure. :)

    (type, type)

    Done.
  20. re: SATIRE: Feminists Declare Victory After Obliterating Women's Sports, Relabeling Mothers 'Birthing Persons', Getting Women Drafted

    Ok, that's too funny. I'm going to use it on other websites.
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    Re: BURNT TWICE equals RED PILLED !

    Hi Burnt Twice,

    Nice to hear from you. I've read your Intro. Some questions for you, please. The How To Intro sticky that I PM'd you about has this:

    2. Awareness: your previous blue pill...
  22. Thread: Intro Post

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    Re: Intro Post

    I missed that earlier. Yeah, that is a powerful conviction to have, especially if it showed up here as condescension to other members. It may not matter because I find that most registrants who do...
  23. Re: I predict at some point a major rise in traffic to goingyourownway.com

    Today, all I use zipping for, if I do, is emailing, but back then compression was important because computer memory as you may know was not cheap like it is today. I had an AT&T 6300 PC clone,...
  24. Thread: The Decision

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    Re: The Decision

    Well, to be candid, I was hoping you'd re-sort your statements for me in line with the numbered items in that sticky. Sometimes, fellows get to talking and they go with their planned timeline and...
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    Re: Delighted to be here

    Stretch, I noticed your avatar is the Gorn. Back in 2012, my brother went to a school, I think it was, in California where a classmate or coworker had an actual copy of the Gorn head that he got from...
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