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]”
There isn’t enough time in the day for winning and whining.
A lot of people want to debate a lot of topics these days.
What they don’t realize is that by selecting certain topics, they’re telling on themselves as the losers they are.
The people I know are busy trying to do better than they already are.
They’re trying to be a better person today than they were yesterday.
Other people are consistently whining and complaining about things they know they’re never going to do anything about.
I suppose they get kicks or some kind of emotional gratification from people feeling sorry for them.
Maybe they’re mistaking their bitching and moaning for actual progress.
Dunning-Kruger informs us that there are people who aren’t smart enough to realize that they’re dumb.
Now that the gatekeepers are gone, these idiots are free to tell us what they think because THEY THINK that what they think is intelligent.
Meanwhile, they take major leaps in logic and skip over anything that makes what they’re saying impossible, thus crafting a perfect scenario except for the 4 or 5 impossible things they didn’t want to discuss. Continue reading “If You’re Thinking About This, You’re A Loser. [Loser Society]”
This doesn’t directly have anything to do with dating, but it actually does, because people bring their own mental problems with them into relationships and then wonder why they get dumped.
There’s a situation going on right now (which has nothing to do with me), where one person dissed another person, and the dissed party can’t get over it.
The reason why I know the dissed party can’t get over it is because they keep bringing it up.. In public.. On the internet. Continue reading “Mental Self-Injury (Get Over It)”