fschmidt wrote: ↑
January 15th, 2020, 2:30 pm
I went to Santa Monica, CA (the beach) today to scout the area, because I live in Downtown L.A. which is not a good location...so I thought that if I were to get a job by the beach, I would be happier, because I was hoping that the place would feel happier, because of happier people.
There were homeless people around. There were people sleeping alone on the beach. There was a man on a pedestrian overpass slapping himself in the face.
The temperature was perfect. There was very little wind. So, the weather was amazing.
I walked into an outdoor Farmers Market and the overall vibe was not great. The people were mostly older people, like 50 years old. There were obese farmers selling vegetables.
There were some very good looking women, but very few. it's not like the place was full of beautiful women at all. The average age of the place was high.
An obese farmer-woman asked me how I was doing, then I said I was doing great, which I was, but she was walking away from me, and she said nothing in response.
I was talking to my phone and making observations about what was around me...all the fruits and vegetables...but no farmers were chiming in and saying anything relevant to what I was saying, except one agreed when I said that the apples looked real and not fake; that they probably tasted better than store-bought.
The people seemed bogged-down and not vibrant and alive.
Everyone, on average, just seemed old, tired, low-energy.
You would think that there would be dozens of Ken Doll--lookalike men walking around, and Barbie-type women.
There were not many young, white people.
People were not smiling.
Don't go to Santa Monica.
This is pretty depressing. California is not good.
The people are intolerable.
I am thinking of moving to Utah. At least Mormons do not smoke, drink alcohol, or drink coffee, and are family-oriented.
But I will probably come to the conclusion that the whole U.S. is intolerable, because the women have been programmed so strongly with feminism, that they just cannot be truly feminine and...good (from a hetersexual man's perspective).
I am not sure though.
This U.S. society is unacceptable though.
People are addicted to the internet, weed, caffeine, alcohol, video games...and have little desire to form friendships and have kids.
They get stimulation from non-human sources, and disregard people. They don't smile because they don't get pleasure from the subtle stimulation of merely talking to a person.
They are drug-addicts...to junk food, chocolate, technology, or whatever.
And in 2013, 1 out of 4 women took out a psychiatric medication from a pharmacy in the U.S.A (for mostly depression/anxiety).
People have to wake up and understand what is going on. Life is not good. The people are not healthy here!
They do not care about people! They are cranky addicts!
Today is Day 11 of NoVid (I have not been watching videos at all).
I have generally been feeling happier. I think the media are causing depression too, because you compare yourself to people on TV, celebrities, etc.
Corporations are programming women to develop a career, be masculine, etc.; to do what is good for corporations, but not do what is good for women and people.
We need to educate women to become traditional housewives. We need to help people become healthier and happier.
Men need women to need a man. A woman will feel a need for a man if she does not feel a need to consume the drug-like stimulation of shopping, drinking Starbucks, watching YouTube, Netflix, smoking weed, etc.
We need to cause people to desire sex and to produce babies. Having sex, creating a family, and being around people who cooperate with you...is what is causes happiness and fulfillment.
Everyone needs to stop using non-people, health-damaging sources of stimulation, such as drugs, alcohol, weed, refined sugar, oil, caffeine, TV, videos, etc.
We need to help society eat the right diet and become sexually active and reproductive.
Women need to not be overweight at all. In order for a man to take a woman seriously, she must have no excess fat on her body. "The fat you eat is the fat you wear," so society needs to understand that eating fat makes them fat.
People need to value eating whole plant foods...and grow their own.
The plant foods at the Farmers Market were expensive. Plant foods should be abundant because everyone should be growing their own.
When people free themselves from their addictions, they will have the passion needed to grow fruits and vegetables, to be physically fit so that they can be sexually attractive so that they can have great sexual relationships, and they will crave to produce babies.
The brain needs to be understimulated...so that when healthy actions are taken, pleasure is experienced, and the person smiles and feels appreciative and is joyful.
When people do not smile, and do not care about you...that is depressing. What people need is other people to value them, to appreciate them, to cooperate with them.
When it feels like everyone is disgusted by you, that is stressful.
I intend to create a society around me that is functional, cooperative, healthy, happy, productive, and reproductive.
Where everyone is good. Where you can be confident that your true self is accepted and valued, so you can easily and freely express your opinions and observations...because other people appreciate them and understand you and what you are saying.