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    Re: Multitasking a female trait?

    Ha ha. Great analogy mgtower!
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    Re: Covid19 and MGTOW

    Couldn't agree more. This panic the media has caused is allowing politicians and lawmakers to "test the waters" to see how many more freedoms they can take away. Watch how once this "crisis" burns...
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    Re: Multitasking a female trait?

    I believe that multitasking would be associated more with the feminine while focusing would be associated more with the masculine.

    The ability to drown out all the noise and focus on what...
  4. Re: Is Slacking at Work Morally Justified?

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    I grew up with similar values and I think there is merit to that. The hard truth is that isn't always the case. You need to decide what is worth putting forth you limited...
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    I think an "eye for an eye" is a very understated and underused concept. That philosophy could use a resurgence.
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    You do have a really good point here. I am getting more interested in this stoic, "yin-yang" type of philosophy. I am trying my best to keep all sorts of negativity out of my life. Active...
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    I definitely wasn't insulted and I appreciate the "spoken from the heart" nature of your statement. I think the world would be a better place if people would speak what they feel. Agreed that is...
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    I think we agree on more than you think. I have said in previous statements in this thread that I would feel bad in "slacking" when working for a small business "ma and pa" shop. I would more than...
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    No I don't think brother Hoppes has bad intentions nor do any that disagree with what I'm saying. I guess to sum it all up would be to say that you have to look out for numero uno. Even if you want...
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    I actually like the fact that the men posting on this thread and site can have varying degrees on opinions but still have a pleasant discourse. A lot of that is lost now and discussions like this is...
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    See I mean this with all due respect brother Hoppes#9. But I must say that this comes across as the "man up" argument to me. Yes there is nobility in an honest days work but I don't see it when the...
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    The one who does all the work gets the most shit in most bloated companies. The smart ones are the people who will seem enthusiastic to accept work when put on the spot but then will shirk their...
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    Yes it depends on where you work at. I've worked in blue-collar and white collar work so I've seen both sides. Most white collar work is more nebulous as to what a productive employee is. As for...
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    I understand that. I actually have gone above and beyond on numerous projects and what that'll get you is more work without any benefit. When...
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    That is what it is all about. You have to ask your self if X amount of money is worth Y amount of more responsibility. Most of the time, I don't think it is. With the amount of inflation that is...
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    I would have to concur with Opaque. It depends on the organization you work for and how well your reputation is. If your name is mud, you may be let go for even the most minor transgressions. If...
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    This exactly proves my point. The government has effectively turned that "$25 and hour" job into a "$15 and hour" job. Some seem to think because it's the taxman doing it and not the employer...
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    Re: Why do we post?

    Great post Jackoff!

    I like to post to vent with those who are likeminded. I am not interested in debating anyone but would love candid discussions. This place seems like the place to do just...
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    Re: Can you ghost too much?

    I think that you can ghost too much. The amount of acceptable ghosting will vary from person to person. I personally think if you start losing basic social skills from lack of conversation with...
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    Precisely! The person would have been better off not working overtime at all and taking that additional time worked for loftier pursuits. [/FONT][/COLOR][/LEFT]



    It would very from person to...
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    Yes I would say it depends on what job you have that you'll be able to employ a tactic like this. I would say that it would be beneficial to be covert about this. Yes it's not something that needs...
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    These are all very good points guys and thanks for sharing.

    There have been some points made against what I'm talking about and I can see that perspective as well. After all, who wants to be a...
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    Exactly. It cannibalizes itself.

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    Winning by a ballot is no longer an option but that does not mean you just go along with the status quo. I think that showing...
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    Exactly.

    I've heard some say that government theft is inevitable and we just have to go along with it. For me the people that say stuff like "we live in a democracy and we may not like it but...
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    See this is how I feel. I don't mind "paying my fair share" but we are so far beyond that it's not even funny. When you are viewed as nothing more than a number or a cog in the machine, I feel like...
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