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tb87670 2 days ago

@TheStoicCrane You get the same effect by putting a podium in your living room and talking to the pillows on the couch. "Good news everyone! begins blurting about what happened during the day"

TheStoicCrane 2 days ago

@redpillschool How many people can be blocked with the new update? Could a user block everyone and post in their own echo chamber?

TheStoicCrane 3 days ago

@winninglosing I think "salvation" for people has to take place on an individual level once they identify why they engage in escapist behaviors, what they derive from said behaviors, & identify new behaviors that give them the experiences and or values they feel so deprived of or deficient in. People in essence have to become their own self-made socio-psychologist to avoid the pitfalls of this era

TheStoicCrane 3 days ago

@winninglosing Escapism a compensatory behavior to substitue for experiences one feels deprived. For instance porn. If a guy feels lonely, isolated, and in need of connection but finds it difficult to get a date or get laid porn acts as a deficient substitute for this guy's lack of intmacy or sense of connection. People do it all the time.

TheStoicCrane 3 days ago

@winninglosing People artificially anesthetize themselves in response to artificial cultural phenomena that robs them of their sense of worth and place in society.

TheStoicCrane 4 days ago

As society divorces itself from traditional values and notions of a Supreme deity more and more plummet into the abyss that is nihilism. Welcome to Generation Doomer and the Era of Post-Modernism

TheStoicCrane 4 days ago

@TheViolat0r You're completely right. It is inherently meaningless. You and you alone are responsible for creating it's meaning within your own experience. It's the age of nihilism after all.

TheStoicCrane about a week ago

@replacemenwithalphas00 The "blobbish" guy looks different because he's probably powerlifting compared to bodybuilding. That was pretty convoluted.

tb87670 about a week ago

@TheStoicCrane I live in an area that floods every year in the same areas and farmers almost never got crops out of that land my whole life. They just plant it so the government can subsidize the crop loss on otherwise useless land they wouldn't plant on anyway. The few times they do get harvests it's great because the dead fish and plant material from the floods, but it's a major net loss.

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Negative feedback loop - Not following instinct

The habit of brushing teeth and lifting are a forms of psychological conditioning. They have nothing to do with instinct.

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Agree and amplify: why it is such an important tool

I love it! Though there are many exceptions, I know them personally, thing short-sighted, retarded white people like you fail to understand is that the majority of Black culture has nothing to do with America.

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Just ignore her for a while

Absence makes the heart grow fonder. If you smother them with your presence they'll growto resent you.

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Just ignore her for a while

Ignoring them is the perfect strategy when they act on on their cycle. They'll practically thank you for holding frame while they were spazzing out.

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Agree and amplify: why it is such an important tool

AA can make a guy seem like a clown is used too excessively. Ignoring definitely has it's value and isn't as hookey as saying outlandish crap. All in context though.

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Agree and amplify: why it is such an important tool

This book was made for guys like you struggling with childhood trauma. Read it and it may change the way you feel about life and your past turmoil.

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