destraht 2 days ago

@GayLubeOil Or drink yourself to death after being banished to the garage so that the next generation of foreigners can scoop it up for pennies on the dollar turning it into an irreverent cultural mockery of the founding principles which lead to the drinking in the first place.

Soviet Garage Pub tribe.

GayLubeOil 2 days ago

@JuengerJuenger you gotta strike first. Set the tone of the place by buying a big leather couch. That way everything has to match that style instead of pink woman style.

VintageNaginta 2 days ago

@GayLubeOil "Became Entertain Dog" when my friends ask why I keep away from that gay shit "I dont wanna become entertain dog"

itiswr1tten 2 days ago



GayLubeOil 3 days ago

@CainPrice the only supplements that arnt gay are drugs. Stims, Vasodilators and maybe some melatonin

CainPrice 3 days ago

@GayLubeOil I don't shit on supplements too much. I use them, too. But as their name implies, the are supposed to -supplement- real food. If you eat enough real food to meet your body's needs and add a scope of whey protein to add some supplemental protein to your daily intake, that's fine.

If 90% of your protein is coming from synthesized powder and not animal muscular tissue, you're not going to get everything you need to develop your own animal muscular tissue.

GayLubeOil 3 days ago

@CainPrice This can be reduced to the great bodybuilding good vs protien powder debate. 18-22 year old coomers are addicted to fast dopamine and are incapable of cooking. They'll defend protien powder consumption to the bitter end.

Anyone who works out hard knows you recover faster from real food.

MentORPHEUS 4 days ago

@GayLubeOil As for LexisNexis, I've utilized it through third parties for researching scammers and no-pays, and for extremely cost effective granular direct marketing.

MentORPHEUS 4 days ago

@GayLubeOil Qui tacet consentit (silence equals consent) is something I've always considered a call to action since a young age. Simply breaking the illusion of consensus agreement is important and effective. It's much more difficult to develop the awareness and diplomacy to know how much of one's own counter position to offer for maximum effect without invoking the crowd's ego defenses and becoming counterproductive to one's goals. IOW it's rare to successfully cause a sea change before your eyes, but when played as an iterative long game a small number of people can have huge effects against seemingly impossible forces and institutions.

Most people are too conformist and cowardly to even try, no matter how strong the cognitive dissonance.

Same goes with withdrawing to the internet instead of going out in public "because homeless people" mentioned elsewhere. Between the extremes of brute force and withdrawal, I've used the right mixture of unflappable frame and firm-fairness diplomacy that the long-term homeless population around my shop leaves me and my shit alone and apparently spreads this voluntarily to ones who haven't yet directly interacted with me.

GayLubeOil 4 days ago

@MentORPHEUS that's how everything works. In Lawschool they shill Nexus Lexus legal database. Medical textbooks are written by drug companies.

Political Science textbooks are written by NGOs

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