Thinking Ape (Stardusk) Social Isolation and Men w/ Wojak

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    Gravel Pit
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    I tend to enjoy listening to Stardusk’s interviews. This guest has been on a few times (Wojak the guest has the more tonally light voice, more nasally).

    If you listen to some of his other Wojak talks, Wojak has an eye-popping back story for his life. The dude has had it rough to say the least.

    Anyway, Stardusk Content is perfect for background noise. Sit down and play a computer game or xBox for a few hours and just listen.

    I’m still listening to this one myself. Guaranteed to be good.

    man up means man down

    #813094
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    Gravel Pit
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    ‘Chad’ talk at 34:30 minutes in. lol

    man up means man down

    #813102
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    PistolPete
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    Its a little long but very interesting. I love the part about why women recover from the death of a partner much faster than a man. Simple they didn’t give a s~~~ about the person in the first place.

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    GregB0
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    why women recover from the death of a partner much faster than a man

    Man = resources and protection associated with the genetic side of woman for which intersexual selection (mate choice) becomes the key. (Continually upgrade to ensure optimal resources)

    Woman = source of family related resources associated with the genetic side of Man for which an emotional tie develops. (Protect what you have as scarcity might occur)

    ​"​My father didn't tell me how to live; he lived, and let me watch him do it.​" - Clarence Buddinton Kelland

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    Secret Agent MGTOW
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    Its a little long but very interesting. I love the part about why women recover from the death of a partner much faster than a man. Simple they didn’t give a s~~~ about the person in the first place.

    They are too concerned about “whats going to happen to me now?” to grieve about the dead wallet they had to fork a lot of money out on to bury.

    Women want everything, but want responsibility and accountability for nothing.

    #813509
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    Gravel Pit
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    It turned out to be a great talk. Of course, I went on there and piped up about my rejection of the term “incel” which I think is a disservice to use that term. And the men calling themselves that are fools.

    Everything we’ve talked about for years is happening. Calling yourself an incel is like a Catholic whipping himself for ‘sins’….’Incels’ are simply men who haven’t been woke up yet. There are apparently millions of them.

    They know something is deathly ill with the male/female dynamic but they’re not quite sure what it is. Their situation is simple ignorance, confusion, resignation and lack of motivation to learn; NOT an absolute bar from being able to get sex. They exaggerate and throw a tantrum. That is what incel is, a tantrum.

    Soon enough, they will figure it out. They will go their own way, and the ridiculous blue pill term “incel” will be given the same treatment as other leftist propaganda terms like “mansplaining” or “toxic masculinity.”

    man up means man down

    #813788
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    Good discussion overall, though I don’t agree with Stardusk blaming “modernity” in general rather than feminism specifically. Just because something is modern doesn’t make it bad. Every society that embraces gynocentrism ultimately suffers the same fate. The time period in which it happens is totally irrelevant. Otherwise, good talk.

    Women are better at multitasking? Fucking up several things at once is not multitasking.

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