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- Hide Preview | 1 Comments | submitted 3 years ago by Big_B1 [Post Locked]

Go easy on passing judgement until you've read this. I've always been a natural alpha - HS football star, college football star, big guy (6'2 240lbs), elite athlete, professional fighter, great parents especially my dad. I found TRP two years ago and have never posted but I've lurked HARD and feel it has genuinely contributed to my success as a person.

Making this post today to say I appreciate that this information, a la The Truth, is being transmitted to the younger folk. The 16-25 year old boys who are wondering what they need to do to become men. That kid working in an office wondering what to do with his life. The whiny bitch boy that listens to his LTR's every command without question but wonders if there's more to life than being a dog with a nice sized dick. I'm glad there are people who don't succumb to the loud idiot's every demand. It seems as though today the losers - AKA the pathetic, fat, unambitious haters - are waiting for the real men or women to say something on a public platform (Twitter) just so they can get angry and try to take away the person's achievements using words like 'sexist', 'racist', etc.

Thank you to those who post really intriguing articles and posts. To drop some names: IllimitableMan, Whisper, ShitsWithTheDoorOpen, RedPillDad, Heartiste... there are tons more. You get the idea.

I now have a public platform to voice my opinion (podcast) and it's been gaining some serious traction in the past few months. I am now making A LOT more from my podcast than I've ever made from fighting. Obviously I can't blatantly discuss The Red Pill on my podcast, but I absolutely drop subtleties here and there. Anyone with the proper frame of mind would have no trouble spotting them.

So although you didn't build me up... thanks. Never stop. To you young dudes grinding it out - it gets better. I am now in my early 30s and reaping the benefits of the extreme hard work I've endured. Life is beautiful boys.


[-] Ayygix 1 Point 3 years ago

This is great. You couldn't have made your identity more obvious though LOL