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I am special because, of all things, the month I happened to be born in. If you weren't born the same month, f**k you.
Good is bad and bad is good. I'm literally so bad I am worse than the devil, and this is a good thing.
It's not enough just to be a normal person. You have to be extreme and edgy, with a lot of macho posturing, tattoos, and earrings. This goes for women and men.
A grown man wearing a backwards baseball cap.
Worst of all, I know American women will throw themselves at trash like this, while in Europe he would be considered a low-life or possibly a criminal (and in addition that would be a bad thing).
The whole trashy attitude, stupidity, and posturing sickens me, but in America he would be considered the better person and I would be considered "weak", "lame", or "boring".
Coming back to life.
Nice candidate for summarization. Representing in the spoken language category, I came across a two-sentence real-life dialogue that similarly encapsulates volumes. Seven-year-old boy to father: "I'm gay." Father: "I know you are buddy, and you're awesome too."
Obviously you haven't lived in Europe on top of being low IQ. Males and females pair with equals much more often than opposites. If you're hanging around truck stops, Rodeo shows and MMA contests I can see why they won't go for an effeminate nerdy accountant. Go to comic book stores, the library or move to the east coast where they have museums and culture. I can't believe how stupid people are on this website lol
Last edited by MrLee4u on March 12th, 2018, 3:28 am, edited 1 time in total.
Pag's right -- self-destructive moron as cool is a lower class thing. But 90 percent of the U.S. is lower class now. Don't think being on the east coast wold make any difference there.
In a way, such a person is admitting that they probably think they are more evil than Satan. That would be a neon sign to stay away. And anyone who identifies themselves with wolves and the devil? Dogs and wolves are not to be respected.
A good man is above pettiness. He is better than that.
Another example are the morons who call themselves "shitlords". When I was growing up, a shitlord was something that rolled around in the mud and said "Oink, Oink".
Where did you get that number from? The United States still ranks first for middle class wealth in the world. In 2015, the country’s 92 million middle-class adults have a total wealth of $16.8 trillion accounting for 6.7 percent of world wealth. Only 57.4 percent of adults in the United Kingdom belong to the middle class. They have a number of 28 million and a total wealth of $6.2 trillion that accounts 39.7 percent of country wealth and 2.5 percent of world wealth. Outside of Germany, France, Spain and Italy Europe has no middle class. Just haves and have nots.
The most you can aspired to in Italy, if not very well-connected, is maybe work at some small company owned by a family and working very long hours in exchange for crap pay. No other place like America when it comes to opportunities, can do attitude, and let's face it, overall interesting people. The fact of the matter is that if you know where to look, the US has a niche for everyone, for any interest really and that is a simple fact. Just look at the sort of people it produces. Seriously, a top salary in Europe is like $3000/mo lol. Think people there are reading books and analyzing problems in the world or how to get ahead in life? Although London business scene is pretty impressive. Just not creative.
Europe is split culturally in parts (just like the United states), which are all very different from each other:
Southern Europe - "mediterranean lifestyle", informal and relaxed
Northern Europe - much closer to the anglo-saxon world, more formal and work is a central piece of life
Eastern Europe - unimaginative
It's basically a continent just like the United States.
Got the number from observing American life for many years. I'm talking about the way people live, not their income, though most of them are house poor and deeply in debt, regardless of income, because of all the consumer status goods Americans think they need to possess. I'm talking about rampant obesity and a completely corrupted food supply, legal and illegal drug use off the charts, brain-dead sheople propagandized to a faretheewell. Things like that. Anybody with eyes can see that American culture over the last 50 years has been dumbed down to the lowest common denominator. If there's a functional middle class left in the country, it's not publicly visible.
I guess that would be American life starting from the 50s... America culture hasn't been dumbed down. Human intelligence is just demand driven. During the 50s - 80s people were brought up with the notion of being in a “cold war” that nuclear war could happen at any moment, this created the context to outsmart the inevitable war with a foreign country who we knew almost nothing about. So, we learned and kept learning, we had to defeat the impossible to defeat weapons. Nothing short of something that could annihilate all the other weapons of humanity seemed smart. This is a good article http://culturewhiz.org/forum/topic/huma ... telligence that gets into that a bit more. Now we have no demand for serious intelligence http://culturewhiz.org/forum/topic/most ... ivity-work So people return to their natural state... which for a healthy person is a simpleton. You have corrupted food supply and drug use off the charts because of small minority of unhealthy autistics http://culturewhiz.org/forum/topic/extr ... ted-autism