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Krackor

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The Intellectual Yet Idiot

The deep dive you're looking for is in his book "Antifragile".

Context | Full Comments | submitted 2 weeks ago by Krackor
A Reminder of Reddit’s Definition of “positive” male content

In an ideal world, maybe. However, not sharing the same last name has negative connotations in American culture. From an outside perspective, a family with two last names looks the same as a broken, divorced marriage. A unified family name is important to avoid that connotation, and to signal that the husband and wife are joined in support of their family in a way that they weren't before they...[More]

Context | Full Comments | submitted 3 months ago by Krackor
A Reminder of Reddit’s Definition of “positive” male content

It's a signaling thing. A woman who takes her husband's name signals that she's following him. A man married to a woman who keeps her own name signals that he's not leading the relationship.

Context | Full Comments | submitted 3 months ago by Krackor
Girl is in a relationship with a wealthy alpha that maintains impeccable frame and doesn’t put up with her shit tests. She feels neglected and hurt (hamstering ensues)

No, his rule is not "don't spend money on her". It's "don't give her the impression that I spend money on her".

Context | Full Comments | submitted 3 years ago by Krackor
I was asked to train a new female employee to do the promotion I got passed on.

That's not being a minority. That's being unqualified.

Context | Full Comments | submitted 3 years ago by Krackor
If you saw Atlas, the giant who holds the world on his shoulders, if you saw that he stood...his arms trembling but still trying to hold the world aloft with the last of his strength, and the greater his effort the heavier the world bore down upon his shoulders - What would you tell him?

it must be good for a thousand"

No, of course I didn't say that. The point is that individuals make decisions based on what they think is good for themselves individually. "Society" doesn't make decisions for itself as an entity.

Context | Full Comments | submitted 4 years ago by Krackor

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