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Discussion in 'General Distance Learning Discussions' started by Kizmet, Oct 3, 2019.

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  1. Kizmet

    Kizmet Moderator Staff Member

  2. chrisjm18

    chrisjm18 Active Member

  3. Steve Levicoff

    Steve Levicoff Well-Known Member

    I'm afraid that you might be disappointed to find out that it is not a course in cruising. Or perhaps it is . . .

    Reminds me of a course I took several years ago from Lubricants University - I kid you not. I used to joke that I thought it was a sex course, but the school was actually run by Chevron (the oil company). Hell, I thought, even K-Y must have a viscosity factor . . .
     
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  4. Kizmet

    Kizmet Moderator Staff Member

  5. chrisjm18

    chrisjm18 Active Member

    I wasn't looking for a cruising course. I think I have that aspect down pat.

    No, more like educating you on the new normal hook up lifestyle. Sadly, I think LGBTQ are more likely to engage in this type of lifestyle. However, the course overview talks about the prevalence among adolescents. I guess it's just a trend right across the board.
     
  6. LearningAddict

    LearningAddict Well-Known Member

    Sexual activity is down for men and women, but considerably down for men and barely down for women. Hmmmm. Millennial men are being hit the hardest. Many men have found that Tinder and dating sites in general are pretty useless for heterosexual males if you're under 6 feet and don't look like a Brad or Chad and there have been enough reports over the years of men being on these sites for very long periods of time and never getting a message back even after sending messages to thousands of women. You look at the pictures of many of these guys and they look perfectly normal, but that's no longer enough as even the plain Jane's are trying to get Brad and Chad. Sad, lol. It's funny and telling how you'll see so many women complain about getting too many messages (even conventionally unattractive women), while men complain about getting none, even perfectly normal and average/above average men. You'd think out of all of those messages, women would deem more guys dateable but it's pretty common for that to not be the case.

    With all of the surveys, polls, and studies showing how true the 80/20 rule is (80% of women today only find 20% of men attractive), it shouldn't be a surprise that incels, MGTOW, redpill, and blackpill, are all terms that have exploded onto the scene (although involuntary celibacy was a term coined in the early 00's by a research group, and the original subjects included women). The dangerous part is that no one is examining why and connecting the dots. Instead, it's all being deemed misogynistic but interestingly enough by people who are mostly misandrous. It needs to be understood that these groups didn't spring up for no reason, they sprang up in response to situations. Until those situations are addressed, those groups will only continue to grow, and the chiding and antagonizing of them will only catalyze more violence.
     
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  7. Vonnegut

    Vonnegut Member

    Bah with Tinder, OKCupid, Swiping nonsense... Romance reached its peak with The Princess Bride; pirates, sword fights, rodents of unusual size, giants, and true love. Sigh, it’s all been downhill ever since...
     
  8. SteveFoerster

    SteveFoerster Resident Gadfly

    I'm 5'8" and I'm no Brad Pitt and I can tell you this is false.
     
  9. Kizmet

    Kizmet Moderator Staff Member

    Violent people quite often like to blame others for their own violent behavior.
     
  10. Vonnegut

    Vonnegut Member

    Eat healthy, workout, get off the computer, go out and be social, meet people, be honest/real, smile, self-care, develop healthy relationships, and say hi.... hasn’t really changed.
     
  11. heirophant

    heirophant Well-Known Member

    Around 'silicon valley', you sometimes hear women complaining to other women that there aren't any men. 'Where are all the men?!' This while they are surrounded by men. One here, one there, that guy over there...

    What they really mean is that there aren't any guys who they think are worthy of them. If you're a princess, only a prince will do. If you're a high-paid executive, you want to find a guy who is at least a social peer. Commoners only serve as boy-toys.

    So as a woman's self-image inflates, her perceived dating pool shrinks accordingly.
     
  12. Kizmet

    Kizmet Moderator Staff Member

  13. sanantone

    sanantone Well-Known Member

    According to OkCupid and marriage statistics, the two groups that have the hardest time finding a partner are black women and Asian men with black women having it worse. Black women are the furthest from meeting Eurocentric beauty standards, and Asian men are stereotyped as being less masculine.

    Overall, women marry men who are less attractive while men usually marry "up" in attractiveness. Women are more concerned about financial security, so white and Asian women usually marry up in class while black women often marry down due to limited options.
     
  14. Steve Levicoff

    Steve Levicoff Well-Known Member

    I generally let sanantone slide when she omes up with this kind of trash, but this time there's no excuse for some of the most racist, sexist bullshit she has ever presented. Since she claims to be a doctoral candidate (from which I have previously expressed doubts that she will ever advance), is she actually telling us that she places statistical validity in something called "OkCupid" as well as uncited "marriage statistics?"

    Sanantone, if you're going to feed us this type of pablum, perhaps you should start footnoting your posts.
     
  15. sanantone

    sanantone Well-Known Member

    I'm just going to ignore you because you said nothing about LearningAddict's lack of citations. As usual, you're just displaying your hate for women because you only value people you want to fornicate with.

    When referring to online dating, then the stats are going to come from the online dating sites, you illiterate psychopath with degree mill diplomas in useless junk that doesn't require above average intelligence. It's not impressive that you played guitar to earn your degree.
     
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  16. sanantone

    sanantone Well-Known Member

    For the last time, describing racism and sexism is not racism and sexism, you senile dumbass.
     
  17. chrisjm18

    chrisjm18 Active Member

    Popcorn time... :p:D
     
  18. Steve Levicoff

    Steve Levicoff Well-Known Member

    I'm afraid I have to disappoint you, Chris. On rare occasion, I directly quote material that proves that sanantone is a racist and a sexist. She generally responds with an ad hominem attack on my credentials, even though she does not have similar credentials (and, I have opined, never will). But, of course, she doesn't address the issue I have raised.

    At that point, I let her do her thing, including getting the last word. It's obviously so meaningful to her to be able to do that so I'm delighted to give her the opportunity to compensate for her inferiorities. As the legal maxim goes, res ipsa loquitur - the thing speaks for itself.

    Besides, as I recall, Chris, sanantone went after you a few times. My advice: Let her blabber. She'll eventually go away again. Until the next time she makes an ass of herself.
     
  19. sanantone

    sanantone Well-Known Member

    Your points (if you can call them that) were addressed. You're just illiterate and blind. Remember when you couldn't see a citation that was pointed out to you multiple times?

    I've only gone after Chris after he's gone after me personally just because he didn't like what I said about Liberty. I've been vindicated with all the negative press about Jerry Jr. Chris has also questioned your logic, but you have selective memory. Ordinarily, you two circle jerk with each other and disrespect the few women who are here.
     
  20. chrisjm18

    chrisjm18 Active Member

    Yes, she did come after me a few times. I view her as a chihuahua (all bark and no bite, or more like no substance). Anyway, I saw a quote which states, "Have the maturity to know that sometimes silence is more powerful than having the last word."
     

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