If you eat squirrels, I think you’re a primitive savage.
I hold the door for people. I hold the door for old people. I hold the door for young people.
… No, I’m not a doorman… 😀
I thank people for holding the door for me. I like to reward their generosity by offering them obvious appreciation.
For the sake of discussion, let’s call these “values”.
Where did I get these values? o_O Continue reading “Where Did Your Values Come From?”
Life is a Meritocracy. Get some Merit.
I’m really really really tired of losers talking about other people being losers. 😀
I don’t want to hear about your mediocre IQ when you live in a ******* basement and have no earning potential. Continue reading “You Live In A Basement, B. [Loser Society]”
For certain people, complaining is better than acting because they can still pretend they could have won if they had acted.
Over the past 3 weeks, I needed background chatter while I was doing some IRL work, so I ended up listening to a lot of people give a lot of opinions about the same topic.
Some people were smart. Some were dumb. Some were educated (which is different from smart). Some were uneducated. Some had jobs. Some didn’t. Some had women. Some didn’t.
After a while of this, I realized that as I considered all the information these disparate people had presented me, all I personally had was a bunch of complaints and no feasible action plan.
I found this odd, and then started specifically searching for content where someone, ANYONE had offered a viable plan to cure their desperation.
Nobody has one. Not one.
They’re all these far-fetched, fantasy-laden ideas that if if if if and IF this and that, THEN we can win.
This has to do more to drive these people deeper into their depression than to offer them a life preserver out of it. Continue reading “Complaining Versus Acting [Loser Society]”
I don’t devalue people’s obsession with money, but the value of money isn’t having it, it’s what you can do with it.
At the end of the proverbial day, something has to mean something.
Not “something” has to mean “something”, but “something” has to “mean something”.
It has to mean something TO YOU. It doesn’t matter if you can explain the meaning of it to anyone else.
I think a lot of people get caught up in worrying about, thinking about, and acting because of what something means to someone else, which is why they don’t feel sated. Continue reading “What Difference Does It Make? ¯\_(ツ)_/¯”
If you’re an able-bodied male who can lift boxes or carry bricks or pick grapes or whatever unskilled laborers do and you can’t figure out a way to become gainfully employed, you don’t actually have latitude to be upset at anyone other than yourself.
I like watching videos where people who are living a different life from mine express what they think about the life they’re living.
It’s the only way I’d ever find out about this stuff because I’d never be around them in real life (IRL) because most of them are losers.
You can tell you’re losing if you’re complaining.. More specifically, you can tell you’re a loser if you keep complaining about the same thing and you never do anything about it that makes a change in the life you’re complaining about. Continue reading “You’re Telling On Yourself [Loser Society]”