Reminders of Myself

I’m writing this post on the day before I head off to this year’s 21 Convention and I thought I’d just do something a bit freeform to get a few ideas on the page and let you all know where my head is at these days. I generally don’t make a habit of using The Rational Male as a sounding board for my personal thoughts. Most of what you read here is what I can best describe as crafted essays. Last week’s post was a good example of that. I took about 2 weeks to to write that essay, but the the germ of the idea for building an essay on body language and implied meanings was something I’d had percolating for almost 6 months. When you write about what I do for as long as I have I’ve learned it pays to be thorough, and I enjoy the building process.

Now that I’ve said all that, I’m going to break this rule today and do a bit of stream-of-consciousness writing here now.

One thing I’ve learned since I decided to write intentionally is that I’m never off-duty. I’ve always been an artist and I’ve always kept sketchbooks with me to scribble down ideas for larger work, but it wasn’t until I started really writing that I began to keep notebooks for my posts and then my books; and now my talks. I presently have 4 small notebooks that I put ideas in. I just finished filling one up and now I need another one. I was never that Emo writer kid who was so artsy and self-absorbed he had to write a diary because he thought people must find him fascinating. In fact, I’ve always thought of art as something temporal.

Now this is changed for me. I find it an absolute necessity to keep notebooks with me to capture ideas in. I think my brain has changed somewhat since I began being a ‘serious’ author. My mind now works in a way where I get ideas that don’t stay for long, but the internal conversations I have to flesh out those ideas can get pretty involved. I’ve freaked my wife out on more than one occasion when I got up to take a piss in the middle of the night, had an idea and then had to go write it down knowing that it would fade from memory by the morning. I think I’m kind of torn between being a creative thinker and a deductive thinker as a result of applying myself to writing .

I guess that makes me a writer, but I still don’t know what I am in that respect. I do know I have an obsessive compulsion to write, but not so much to write as an author of books but a capturer of ideas. Occasionally I read about authors’ writing processes and rituals and it sounds really artsy. Honestly, I think a result of the self-publishing revolution is that it created a lot of writers who just wanted to be writers. Like they just revel in the identity and love to say ‘I’m special, I’m a writer‘. The same thing happened in desktop publishing when computers started replacing all the analog ways of graphic design. Everyone you knew was a ‘graphic designer’ because anyone could do it then.

I think it was Stephen King who said writing for him was like excrement. Not in the way that his writing was shit, but rather it was something that just came out of him, something he excreted like hair or fingernails. I think I understand that now. I never set out to be a writer, I’m an ideas man. Sometimes those ideas are great and help change men’s lives. Then sometimes I think maybe I’m a messenger for something that just needs to be conveyed in this day and this time. 

The Rational Male, my first book, just turned 5 years old on October 1st. Granted, it still needs to be cleaned up and I’m in the process of a reedit with the help of two editors now. Nothing will change as far as content is concerned, but lets be honest, the font size needs to be kicked up a couple points and there are a fair amount of grammatical errors that need to be corrected. So, I’m reading back through the whole book these days and in doing so I almost can’t believe that the voice is my own. Although the book was published in 2013 all the material is from essays I wrote as far back as 2002, and a lot of that was from conversations and debates I’d had on SoSuave from back in the day. Re-reading it is like having a conversation with myself from when I was 34 years old.

The book is important in so many ways to so many people now. That’s something I have to keep in mind today. The Rational Male is a living text. It’s not a book you you read once and put on a shelf. Readers keep returning to it when the need to be reminded of a relevant truth that they’re experiencing in life.

A year ago, when I was at the 21 Convention the thing that struck me the most was signing men’s copy’s and seeing how well-worn they were. Every one had liner notes and highlighted in at least 2 different highlighter colors. It was then I realized this book was something more than a self-published book turned out from the print-on-demand mill.

I’m sure I’ll see the same this year and it makes me happy to have been the instrument to bring these truths to men. I still get chills when men tell me it saved their lives or it fundamentally changed them for the better. I re-read my work and think ‘who is this guy?’ I wonder how my grandchildren, maybe great-grandchildren, will see what I was about. And this is what concerns me most when I consider the ease with which I could be erased from the online world.

I would be lying to say that recent social events haven’t flustered me. The fact that Roosh’s books could be so casually deleted from all of his distribution sources is unsettling. He wrote about this, prophetically, about five years ago in The Most Insidious Method of Control Never Devised. Roosh has had his bread taken from him. And yes, I understand, his right to ‘free speech’ hasn’t been impinged, he still has the right to say what he thinks, but this is a reminder that for all the high-minded talk about being ‘anti-fragile’ we’re all more fragile than we think.

I don’t know what Roosh’s revenue situation looks like, I know he’s put Return of Kings on indefinite hiatus, but I wonder what men who’ve made the manosphere their sole source of income will do when their ability to generate revenue from it dries up. This is the main reason I advise men against becoming revenue-dependent on the manosphere. It’s too easy to have their convictions compromised for the sake of profit, but it’s also one keystroke away from being deleted by platforms they depend on for that revenue.

My main fear is that the vital work I’ve done with The Rational Male might be casually undone through the ignorant vindictiveness of a feminist critic somehow made an authority over what men should and should not read in digital publishing. My fear is that the men’s lives who might be saved by my book would be prevented access to it. I made a joke on Twitter a few years ago; I said, ‘there will come a day when The Rational Male will have to be read in secret, by candle light among secret societies of men like Christians in Mao’s China had to do. I don’t laugh at that prophecy anymore.

I’ve always encouraged men to buy the physical, print copy of the book. Mainly this is because I’ve always hoped men would in fact discuss it among themselves. It was meant to be a conversation (debate) starter because I’ve always believed in the bottom up approach to making people think in new ways. I want men to physically pass the book on to the next guy they think will need it. I make the least amount on royalties from the print book, but it’s what I think is most important – but also because it is a permanency that digital books cannot insure.

The Red Pill community has grown exponentially since I began writing almost 20 years ago. While I don’t believe we’ve hit critical mass just yet I do think we’re becoming too big to ignore now. The Red Pill forum on Reddit was ‘quarantined’ last week, and unsurprisingly the latent message sent in that act was one that aligned with a pseudo-concern over what an appropriate expression of masculinity is. Ironically, the redirect from the quarantine was linked to the ‘masculinity studies’ department of Stony Brook University – every bit the Vichy male plantation for men to align with the definition of masculinity approved for them by the Feminine Imperative – and led by, the now condemned for sexual assault allegations, Michael Kimmel. 

What the Red Pill reveals is dangerous and threatening to a gynocentric world order. As the #MeToo movement evolves into the opportunistic weapon of social and political control, our online presence and our message stand out in sharp challenge to its false foundations. I can remember when I wrote Fem-Centrism and The Feminine Reality and the hostility those posts generated among critics. It’s always been a man’s world they said; how dare I suggest women were the true power behind the throne. That was 7 years ago. I had a new WordPress blog and although I was semi-well known on SoSuave I was just another blogger who wrote about this new thing called the ‘Red Pill’.

The Gestalt Feminine vs. The Gestalt Masculine

In 2018 the stakes are much higher, the game has changed and the tolerance for challenges to an ideology intrinsic to our feminine-primary social order is at its breaking point. There is now a presumption of authority to go along with the presumptions of entitlement for women and default guilt for men. The very platforms that made our coming together possible are ruled by the world views we’ve always warned against.

I once wrote a post called Appeals to Reason and in it I made a rational case as to why it is never in a good idea for a man to try to reason his way into intimacy or sex with women. Most Beta men subscribe to a very literalist mindset. Our Rational Interpretive process evolved to make men natural, deductive, problem solvers. As such, we evolved different strategies and different communication methods apart from those of women. We believe in the statistics, the empirical data, the proven methods, the ‘science’ behind the processes to make informed decisions. We prioritize information when we communicate.

To the contrary, women prioritize the context of communication – they feel the communication before they apply a rational interpretation to what’s been communicated. Even when confronted with a succinctly reason position founded on empirical facts, their first priority is to personalize how that data makes them feel. Their Emotional Interpretive Process is their evolved default.

What I see happening today on a larger meta-social scale is a collective gestalt of the masculine trying to assert their deductive reasoning to assess the disposition of the meta-female gestalt which is firmly founded in how issues of monumental social importance make the whole of the feminine feel.

In Appeals to Reason I used a guy’s petition of women as an example of this. The kid had created a list of questions for women to fill out as to why they didn’t want to go out with him on a date and to assess what it is that women want. This is classic male deductive reasoning. For millennia men have tried to apply reason to dealing with women only to find themselves confounded by what women say and what they do. The same is now true in a social scope and about decisions that have global importance today.

However, in today’s scenario it is women who presume an authority that is just on the cusp of totalitarianism. It’s like we’re collectively, as Beta, Blue Pill conditioned men, attempting to logically deduce what it is women want in order to satisfy their desire for a total authority. And when that woman doesn’t get what she wants, when men try to reason her into bed, she reacts like a violent child having a tantrum. She says what she feels, not what she needs.

And the gestalt of men turn on one another and blame the other for setting her off. “If only you assholes would give her what she wants we wouldn’t be in this mess” they say. Then to make matters worse we pander to her tantrums, we believe her insanity, we take her feelings as facts and the other half of the gestalt masculinity wonders why the other can’t see the real story while the other is swept up in female hysterics.

Then the gestalt female is pandered to so thoroughly that we come to the point that we follow their Emotional Interpretive process as the only measure of legitimate discussion. This is where we are today, only, to compound things, we’ve collectively approved for the gestalt feminine a universally effective means of destroying the parts of the gestalt masculine who would dare to challenge their feelings, their emotional priorities. We’ve given the feminine the power to wish us away to the cornfield if we upset the child.

And so here we are, at the figurative mercy of the gestalt feminine (and their Vichy male “allies”) keeping our collective heads down for fear that they’ll deny us our bread if we upset the insane, collective female Id.

There will be more to this essay in my address at the 21 Convention this Friday. I will also be doing various videos from Orlando on my Periscope, Twitter and possibly my new YouTube channel. I hope to see you there.

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kfg
kfg
4 years ago

” . . . showing flesh. But maybe that is female seduction?”

Lordy, no:

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cervantesscthree
cervantesscthree
4 years ago

@j

Excellent! Thanks for that, and that’s a great post by Heartiste.

kfg
kfg
4 years ago

Opening gambit:

cervantesscthree
cervantesscthree
4 years ago

@kfg

I need to watch more classics. That was gold, 1:41 onwards especially. Had to watch it twice, but that’s scarcely reality. I’ve met hundreds of women and slept with more than I can remember but never met one who talks like that. It’s a film after all, but even though, she’s slick.

kfg
kfg
4 years ago

Playlist instead of the video I was aiming for:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=huTKkFSn8us

But you might just as well watch the playlist, and then the movie itself.

cervantesscthree
cervantesscthree
4 years ago

@kfg

I need to watch more classics. That was gold, 1:41 onwards especially, but that’s scarcely reality. I’ve met hundreds of women and slept with enough to not remember them all but never met one who talks like that, and of course it’s a film, but even though, she’s slick.

IAS
IAS
4 years ago

@kfg: I’ve seen pyramids to failure suggested before. But powerlifting training seems to be fixed sets (e.g. Texas Method). Why is that? Lack of mental fortitude on most trainees?

kfg
kfg
4 years ago

“Lack of mental fortitude on most trainees?” There’s a certain amount of that. It is very mentally taxing and most people find they need a coach prodding them to do it. There’s also a certain amount of “but we’ve always done it this way” and a suspicion (not without some reason) of the lab boys telling them that they’re doing it wrong. Professional athletes are a highly conservative bunch. It is better overall to train in a manner that you know what the results are going to be, even if they are less than optimal. Having an off year due… Read more »

dysgenic
dysgenic
4 years ago

Here is my true censorship story: Several years ago, I belonged on a forum called goldismoney.com. Some of us (not all of us) were earnestly seeking the truth. And we were getting closer. We discussed issues such as the corrupt nature of the monetary system, the history of social engineering and propaganda, world wide geo politics, and many other things. One night, very late at night, the head mod started a thread claiming that he was going ‘off the grid’ and was therefore shutting down the forum the next morning. Among those of us that were awake (I was one… Read more »

Blaximus
Blaximus
4 years ago

Start your own forum/blog/website.

dysgenic
dysgenic
4 years ago

The point is that anyone that shares the truth is in danger now, Blax. Doesn’t matter who if it’s Rollo or the people posting comments on Rollo’s blog. Doesn’t matter who it is.

kfg
kfg
4 years ago

” . . . . anyone that shares the truth is in danger . . .”

Same as it ever was. The only thing that changes is which particular truths are the most dangerous.

rugby11
rugby11
4 years ago

Self as a reminder…
https://bit.ly/2Adcwpe
dysgenic
Keep up the fight of truth. Do your best.
https://bit.ly/2RZk2em
Build from a new start. Go out and conquer first from within than.
“I encourage anyone to research the truth of this matter and draw your own conclusions.”

Blaximus
Blaximus
4 years ago

Dysgenic

Welcome to the terrordome.

Kfg

+1

It takes a long time, but targets shift occasionally.

SJF
SJF
4 years ago

“This is really happening, boys. Buckle up, because we are in for a bumpy ride.”

The Simpsons – Homer goes thru all 5 Kubler-Ross stages in record time:

https://youtu.be/jYN4CllWuiM

Blaximus
Blaximus
4 years ago

Also ” truth ” is a shape shifting thing. Both sides of opposing arguments claim to have truth.

theasdgamer
4 years ago

Also ” truth ” is a shape shifting thing. Both sides of opposing arguments claim to have truth.

Like when you claim that cops harass you. Maybe you’re a perp and maybe you’re innocent. There’s no “truth.” Just who wield the bigger stick.

Pro Tip: You can’t have justice without objective truth.

Blaximus
Blaximus
4 years ago

Justice?😂

What is this ‘ justice ‘ you speak of?

dysgenic
dysgenic
4 years ago

“What is truth?” That was a question asked by Pilate right before the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. Pilate was a guy that was able to read between the lines. He really didn’t want to condemn Jesus Christ to die, but in the end it was compromise that did him in. Perhaps his question pertaining to truth was a good indicator of where he went wrong in his thinking. The concept of truth as subjection is a deception. It’s a gamut that has it roots in the metaphysical, which can be spotted by its hallmarks: abstraction, vagueness, esoteric. To the reader:… Read more »

Orson
Orson
4 years ago

Regarding censorship of red pill content and Roosh V’s book withdrawn from amazon I think it’s a reflex response of any system (either patriarchal/conservative or feministic/leftist) to react like a White Knight whenever someone writes something negative regarding women or reveals a dark truth about them! There is a novel from the 30’s called The World Without Women (Il Mondo senza Donne, 1935) by Virgilio Martini where a mysterious disease slowly leads to the extinction of women! Even though it was a work of fiction no one would publish it until the ’50s when it was condemned and withdrawn shortly… Read more »

kfg
kfg
4 years ago

Beliefs are not the same thing as a belief system.

Blaximus
Blaximus
4 years ago

Yep

Sentient
Sentient
4 years ago

Rollo

https://www.instagram.com/p/Bo93fMzjBm9/?hl=en&taken-by=askmystery

Now that Mystery is back in Hollywood you should think about getting together with him and getting him on your YouTube show. would be compelling and he’d benefit from some RP. Maybe speak next year at 21Con…

theasdgamer
4 years ago

Laws are not the same thing as a legal system.

Etc.

kfg
kfg
4 years ago

“There is a novel from the 30’s called The World Without Women (Il Mondo senza Donne, 1935) by Virgilio Martini . . .”

I can find no reference for the author, or the book before 1971, other than a 1995 essay by Baudrillard, who I do not consider a reliable source for much of anything.

It is available for loan at archive.org for those that have an account:

https://archive.org/details/worldwithoutwome00mart

There are these that can be ordered through Amazon:

https://www.amazon.com/World-Without-Women-Virgilio-Martini/dp/B0006C5I0O

https://www.amazon.com/World-Without-Women-Medal-L1504/dp/0449015041/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1539711806&sr=8-2&keywords=World+Without+Women

Orson
Orson
4 years ago

Baudrillard is an extremely reliable source!

You can find some info on encyclopaedia of science fiction too!

http://www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/martini_virgilio

“On its English republication in 1954, the author was tried for blasphemy.”

Sentient
Sentient
4 years ago

OMG… from Rollo’s twatter feed. This is OP post worthy… Chandler Fowles knew it wouldn’t be simple to move from Mystic, Conn., to New York City last year. But staying put held little appeal. Her degree in art history and fine arts from Eastern Connecticut State University wasn’t helping her land any job worth sticking around for. She was coming out of a tough breakup. She and her mother weren’t speaking at all after a particularly bad argument. When you are 24 years old, jobless, boyfriend-less and in a fight with your mom, moving to one of the most glamorous,… Read more »

Sentient
Sentient
4 years ago

the author

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lol… holding two glasses at once… They are memes incarnate.

[PS – Rollo – c’mon man… with the images and shit… smh]

Sentient
Sentient
4 years ago

Ha… and this is her avatar self…

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too funny…

Sentient
Sentient
4 years ago

The Sugar “baby” ?quality=90&auto=webp Hard living… just 25 looking 10 years older… Ms. Fowles arrived in August 2017. For all the excitement of moving to New York City, she ended up sharing a three-bedroom apartment with two other roommates across the Hudson River, in Jersey City, N.J. She got a retail job at a clothing store in Midtown that paid her $15 an hour and a commission of 1.5 percent of her sales. The cost of living (and partying) was more than she could manage, along with her $25,000 in college student loan debt. “I knew it was going to… Read more »

kfg
kfg
4 years ago

@Orson:

“Baudrillard is an extremely reliable source!”

In the Bizarro world of his own making.

“You can find some info on encyclopaedia of science fiction too!”

Thank you for the link, that’s a bit better. I’ll keep my eye open for supporting evidence of the 1954 edition having existed. An actual copy would be nice.

@Sentient:

” . . . from Mystic, Conn . . . 24 years old . . .”

Jeeeeeeeeezus, I might have passed that creature on the street when she was a child, all unawares what she would turn out to be after she pupated.

Sentient
Sentient
4 years ago

Then there was another man who took her to dinner in Midtown, after which they got a room at the CitizenM hotel. (He liked that hotel, she said, because you can book a room online and then check in at an unmanned electronic kiosk.) “It was very natural and it felt like a normal hookup, except he gave me money after,” she said. Nine hundred bucks, to be precise. Now that we know what you are, let’s talk about price… Ms. Fowles called a friend who was reluctant but needed the money. She sent Ron a few pictures of the… Read more »

fleezer
fleezer
4 years ago

“The website is illustrated by stock photos of white women, sometimes carrying shopping bags and often in formal gowns and diamonds, fawning over white men with business-trip suitcases and carefully groomed 5 o’clock stubble. It includes a section on “hypergamy,” or what used to be known as marrying up.”

so seekingarrangement uses the term hypergamy…

wonder how long it been like that

Sentient
Sentient
4 years ago

Chandler Fowles knew it wouldn’t be simple to move from Mystic, Conn

Like I know I have to like move stuff there. Like a bed maybe and my make up for sure. And I need a place with like really big closets cause I have lots of clothes, and I’ll be buying a lot there too. And privacy need that! Need my sleep!

And like I’ll need money and stuff, so…

Sun Wukong
Sun Wukong
4 years ago

Actually had a chick I’ve known for a while contact me after her boyfriend dumped her recently. She’s had a long distance crush on me for a while and has an absolutely phenomenal body, but she’s a train wreck of a woman overall. Wouldn’t be a bad fuck but couldn’t in a million years be a keeper. I teased and flirted with her, letting her know she’s welcome to come visit. She tried to play the “I won’t fuck anyone I’m not in a relationship with” card, then tried to play the “I want a sugar daddy” card right after.… Read more »

EhIntellect
EhIntellect
4 years ago

Hi. Hope y’all have been well. I took some of my own advice and checked out. It helped a lot. Anyways…re: the OP: “To the contrary, women prioritize the context of communication – they feel the communication before they apply a rational interpretation to what’s been communicated.” it’s not unheard of people trying to describe what they are thinking but it never really comes out correctly and there’s a round and round conversation trying to get at a reasonable description of what could best be described as a feeling. if you’ve forced an explanation of a concept you know to… Read more »

DisgruntledEarthling
DisgruntledEarthling
4 years ago

Sooo hard… and NOT MY FAULT FFS!!!!

I see this all the time with student SBs… I think this is key to why there are so many young women in universities these days – they can cover the costs by putting out for $.
The boys, on the other hand, have to work a Mcdonalds

rugby11
rugby11
4 years ago

dysgenic
“I challenge everyone reading this to self evaluate to the extent of finding one area where your belief system is inaccurate.”
Journaling helps as well as replacing old belief symstem’s with new systems making of oneself in the face of contrary evidence.
Staying update means keeping check of what works and is effective and what dosn’t work and is not effective.

Anonymous Reader
Anonymous Reader
4 years ago

Her degree in art history and fine arts from Eastern Connecticut State University wasn’t helping her land any job worth sticking around for.

and

The cost of living (and partying) was more than she could manage, along with her $25,000 in college student loan debt.

Down payment on a piece of real property, smoked away for a useless degree from some no-name college.

If P.T. Barnum was alive today, he’d be running a university.

pb
pb
4 years ago

The RMG live-stream videos were taken down from youtube. Was this decided by the owners of the channel or by Youtube? I was looking forward to re-listening to some of the content…

Blaximus
Blaximus
4 years ago

” The RMG live-stream videos were taken down from youtube…….”

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCY0fILilUr601SPy-wc0XUQ/videos?disable_polymer=1

Blaximus
Blaximus
4 years ago

YouTube is experiencing some technical difficulties.

Blaximus
Blaximus
4 years ago

Down all across the globe…..

kfg
kfg
4 years ago

I was watching reviews of embedded ITX boards when it went down. Feels like the modern equivalent of 1965. I can’t see! I have servers to build, how am I supposed to get anything done now? I might have to *gasp* read or something.

Anonymous Reader
Anonymous Reader
4 years ago

I was watching reviews of embedded ITX boards when it went down.

The Chinese bugchips in the connectors, bonus or value added?

Huh. Youtube.

Last weekend was supposed to be a scheduled rolling downtime for router upgrades, or something like it. Now this.

Q: something going on? A: hmm.

theasdgamer
4 years ago

The Chinese might have out-clevered themselves.

kfg
kfg
4 years ago

“The Chinese bugchips in the connectors, bonus or value added?”

I fooled them grandma, I’m sourcing from Taiwan and South Korea. For NAS controllers I can support Brexit and source from England. Who knew they actually still made stuff?

theasdgamer
4 years ago

Down payment on a piece of real property, …which you don’t really own, because you have to pay rent annually to the state govt….unlike cars, which you really own, but you have to pay for the right to use the streets on which they run…(you can be evicted from “your” real property and lose your lease for failing to pay the annual rent to the govt., but you will only be fined for driving with expired plates on govt. streets) and you pay income taxes to subsidize millionaires and billionaires driving electric cars on those very same roads…all courtesy of… Read more »

Anonymous Reader
Anonymous Reader
4 years ago

I fooled them grandma, I’m sourcing from Taiwan and South Korea. Where do you think some? Many? Most? server boards from “Taiwan” are actually fabbed? I took an LG phone apart the other day to assist in battery replacement. Guess where that “South Korean” phone was fabbed? Not to worry, though, the PLA only targeted high performance boards, for higher-end video routers and stuff like that…no worries, eh? Unless you specced a lot of GPU’s and attracted attention… From the original article, two of that San Jose company’s earliest customers were the Mormon church (to transmit sermons cleanly in real… Read more »

Anonymous Reader
Anonymous Reader
4 years ago

For NAS controllers I can support Brexit and source from England. Who knew they actually still made stuff?

Wot? Who knew, indeed!

kfg
kfg
4 years ago

“Where do you think some? Many? Most? server boards from “Taiwan” are actually fabbed?” I’m building “toy” servers with embedded boards, not server boards. Just “home” and “small office” stuff. I avoid “corporate” these days. Tried to replace my Woolrich hat actually made by Woolrich last year. Can’t do that anymore. Same hat from the same factory is being sold with a dozen different “brands” on them now. If you want to buy a bicycle made in the US by Mr. Schwinn, you have to buy a Waterford. He doesn’t own the rights to his own name anymore. Guess who… Read more »

kfg
kfg
4 years ago

“Wot? Who knew, indeed!”

Five years ago if you had told me that Acorn was about to quietly take over the world I would have asked you what you were smoking.

rugby11
rugby11
4 years ago

Self improvement https://bit.ly/2pWkOfb “All human wisdom is contained in these two words – Wait and Hope” ― Alexandre Dumas, The Count of Monte Cristo “For all evils there are two remedies – time and silence.” Just got back from Improv and was speaking to my buddy in the car about him losing a relationship after 3 yrs. Was thinking about how man must be ok being and creating in solitude of ones self. Rejection and failure and the harsh reality’s of the world around us. Ive been getting so much from life. I must give back more but first to… Read more »

kfg
kfg
4 years ago

It seems that Pakistan was trying to block YT from the country and managed to break the Internet.

Anonymous Reader
Anonymous Reader
4 years ago

It seems that Pakistan was trying to block YT from the country and managed to break the Internet.

Oops.

One problem: Lawrence Canter was disbarred in the 90’s and Martha Seigel is dead.
Therefore the ideal law firm isn’t available anymore to defend Pakistan in court.

Anonymous Reader
Anonymous Reader
4 years ago

GPUs got silly a long time ago anyway There are tasks that benefit from SIMD parallelism. Graphic rendering is one. Others exist. and the “games” most of them are designed to run got retarded. They’re either twitch fests… Teaching younger people to shoot it is always obvious who has done a whole lotta first-person-shooter gaming. They have no trigger control and don’t know what sights are. The first thing that has to happen is filing off the edges of their neural pathways. …or crappy CGI cartoons that instruct you to click the mouse now and again to fool your brain… Read more »

Sentient
Sentient
4 years ago
Sun Wukong
Sun Wukong
4 years ago

I love the crying about how dehumanizing that meme is. Because calling everyone that disagrees with you a “Nazi” so you can justify punching them is not.

Only someone with a complete lack of introspection due to a missing inner dialogue could be so intellectually dishonest.

Sentient
Sentient
4 years ago

Yeah – “toxic masculinity” isn’t dehumanizing at all either… lol…

Sentient
Sentient
4 years ago

https://twitter.com/SciencelsTruth/status/1051878581549305856

i can see so many girls doing this…

Blaximus
Blaximus
4 years ago

Some.days I really wish the internet would just go away, or at a minimum crash for 6 months.

A handful of people worldwide can’t seem to handle it, and the function of the internet appears to make minority thoughts appear as a majority. Multiplier effect.

Sad.

But hey, wtf.

Blaximus
Blaximus
4 years ago

60+ million Twitter users in the u.s., Down from 80+ million. Not even 25% of the population.

300+ million worldwide. 8 billion people on the planet.

Lots of bored, comfortable people with internet access.

Sun Wukong
Sun Wukong
4 years ago

@Blaximus

Think of it how I do. The internet is like a humanity wide barium X-ray: the spots that show up brightest are where the tumors are. Makes it a lot easier to deal with them when you know where they are.

Sentient
Sentient
4 years ago

Blax

A handful of people worldwide can’t seem to handle it

Known as “overlords”…

the function of the internet appears to make minority thoughts appear as a majority.

“internet”… lol. You mean “house organs”.

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Anonymous Reader
Anonymous Reader
4 years ago

Some.days I really wish the internet would just go away, or at a minimum crash for 6 months.

Huh. Never figured you for a prepper.

Anonymous Reader
Anonymous Reader
4 years ago

@Sun

Not everyone has an inner dialog. This is a sort of older pop-psy article about research on that topic. Bear in mind the replication problem.

https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/pristine-inner-experience/201110/not-everyone-conducts-inner-speech

Sun Wukong
Sun Wukong
4 years ago

@AR

Yes. That’s the joke. That’s the entire basis of the meme, in fact.

Anonymous Reader
Anonymous Reader
4 years ago
kfg
kfg
4 years ago

” . . . time for the “female gaze” to have its day.”

Because that’s never been done before:

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Anonymous Reader
Anonymous Reader
4 years ago

Sun Wukong
Yes. That’s the joke. That’s the entire basis of the meme, in fact.

Aaaaaah…no. Cuts deeper, way deeper. U not gamer?

The Morpheus “MOB” meme demonstrates. I’ll look for it.

Anonymous Reader
Anonymous Reader
4 years ago

Because that’s never been done before:

The only thing we learn from history is how boring history is, so why learn it?

BTW her father is from Senegal so there are some cultural artifacts that she might not know about.

Incubus_Rising
Incubus_Rising
4 years ago

Not sure what to make of the “Make Women Great Again” thing.

Has the FI infiltrated the Red Man Group?

kfg
kfg
4 years ago

“BTW her father is from Senegal . . .”

But she is from LA. Anyway, they know the Tarzan movies quite well in Senegal. It’s part of the setting of the stories (roughly Senegal to Gabon, with forays into the Congo).

Incubus_Rising
Incubus_Rising
4 years ago

Roosh also is going to write a book exclusively for women. WTF is going on.

Anonymous Reader
Anonymous Reader
4 years ago

But she is from LA.

Tarzan is so 20th century. Plus problematic, maybe racist. So, no need to know that boring stuff.

It’s the current year, so different from old current years, and women are just like men except for boobs/babies so THE FEMALE GAZE, you worms.

Anonymous Reader
Anonymous Reader
4 years ago

Roosh also is going to write a book exclusively for women.

Maybe he can convince Amazon to sell it and, oh, yeah, by the way, restore his other books..please? Might work.

WTF is going on.

Benjamins.

Blaximus
Blaximus
4 years ago

Not sure what to make of the “Make Women Great Again” thing.

Make. Women. Great. Again.

As opposed to what they have become, for the most part ( especially in men’s eye’s ).

kfg
kfg
4 years ago

“Tarzan is so 20th century.” Worse than that, it’s fundamentally Edwardian, although that’s less obvious in the movies than in the books. ” . . . maybe racist.” That’s where it gets problematic. No one can decide whether Tarzan is racist or not. In the books Tarzan was portrayed as having some general disdain for all races, but high regard for particular individuals of all races, including non-humans. Sometimes Tarzan aids colonists, and sometimes he stands for Africa and opposes them. While there are African bad guys, the major bad guys are German and Russian. He takes up the life… Read more »

rugby11
rugby11
4 years ago

Make. Women. Great. Again.

As opposed to what they have become, for the most part ( especially in men’s eye’s ).

https://bit.ly/2Cp6Bz1
maybe its the europe side of me
https://bit.ly/2OrYJUq
https://bit.ly/2J3rlNL.

Sun Wukong
Sun Wukong
4 years ago

@AR

/v/ had used the term for a while, but when it took off recently as a meme was when they glommed on to the lack of inner monologue as “proof” of NPCs among us. It spiraled from there. I know my internets, son.

Sun Wukong
Sun Wukong
4 years ago

KYM actually has a pretty decent summary from all I’ve seen of it evolving over the past couple months.

https://knowyourmeme.com/memes/npc-wojak?full=1

O.B.I.T.
O.B.I.T.
4 years ago

The classic NPC moment might be that time when Colbert made some politically-related announcement and his audience dutifully cheered in unison — only to have him explain that no no no, this was BAD news — so they all dutifully booed. Or vice versa.

Anonymous Reader
Anonymous Reader
4 years ago

/v/ had used the term for a while, but when it took off recently as a meme was when they glommed on to the lack of inner monologue as “proof” of NPCs among us. Ok, so u no game, therefore don’t know how far back NPC goes. Also u don’t know how NPC’s talk in quest games. They have a set of stock phrases they repeat over and over. That is what chans noticed about SJW’s online and IRL. They “interact” just like some NPC “Fenris the Seer at the well in the village”; “I see danger! Danger! Beware of… Read more »

Anonymous Reader
Anonymous Reader
4 years ago

Sun Wukong
from all I’ve seen of it evolving over the past couple months.

NPC is older than a couple months, y’know. It’s just evolving more rapidly now.

Blaximus
Blaximus
4 years ago

The end is near.

Lol.

NPC huh? Now it’s a ” thing “?

Nah. Only in corners.

Silly shit, labeling stuff constantly( Internet phenomenon )

So does this count as NPC?

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u_aLESDql1U&w=1280&h=720%5D

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YA631bMT9g8&w=1280&h=720%5D

Blaximus
Blaximus
4 years ago

I peeked at a twittless account revolving around npc stuff, but as a grown ass man, it was just to stupid to really waste much time looking at for long.

But it is appropriate to speak of on TRM, because when men act like women, there’s something very wrong going on.

Anonymous Reader
Anonymous Reader
4 years ago

Here is a musical interlude. Enjoy, all you player-characters…

https://youtu.be/Chue0bPORuU

Anonymous Reader
Anonymous Reader
4 years ago

Balximus, just tell those characters to get offa your lawn, everthing will be all right.

Blaximus
Blaximus
4 years ago

.45’s say it better.

Anonymous Reader
Anonymous Reader
4 years ago

Another visual aid. Spot the NPC.

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rugby11
rugby11
4 years ago

Hunter drew and 21 con
https://thefamilyalpha.com/21-con-2018/

Blaximus
Blaximus
4 years ago

AR

I only see a bunch of nerds.

Blaximus
Blaximus
4 years ago

… and a King of nerds

Lol.

Sentient
Sentient
4 years ago

“Why are they doing this?

The obvious answer is that they are incapable of processing information and respond only to social cues – and that the mass media has a monopoly lock-down on social cues in most people’s lives in this current age.

“https://dailystormer.name/new-york-times-weighs-in-on-npc-meme-after-mass-twitter-banning/

If this was styled as Blue Pill vs Red Pill Blax would be behind it. Alas his Reactionary Progressivism instinctively fights it.

Blaximus
Blaximus
4 years ago

Nah I ain’t with none of that shit, lol.

Grown men need to be better than concentrating on what a handful of dipshits are talking about as ” the new threat ” on the internet, that 90% of regular folks haven’t heard about, nor care about.

Memes…. really?

That shit’s for dummies.

Blaximus
Blaximus
4 years ago

Maybe we need a good old fashioned WW3 or some kind of massive catastrophe to wake people up.

Blaximus
Blaximus
4 years ago

” We here at the Daily Stormer are opposed to violence. We seek revolution through the education of the masses. When the information is available to the people, systemic change will be inevitable and unavoidable.

Anyone suggesting or promoting violence in the comments section will be immediately banned, permanently. ”

Banned?

Permanently?

Hypocrites?

Pinelero
Pinelero
4 years ago

What is an NPC? My exciting corners of the internet are redpill sites (not Heartise…) and Green building advisor.

Sentient
Sentient
4 years ago

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=yhy9–YRBD8

“Nothing is more powerful than an idea whose time has come.”

― Victor Hugo

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