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Interzone / Re: Buying whores
« on: April 06, 2013, 11:51:45 PM »
I am displeased most by career politicians. Especially the left wing ones.

Interzone / Re: Buying whores
« on: April 06, 2013, 10:43:50 PM »
...but I can imagine the daily habits of a an average whore: drugs, sex, money.

Not much different from most other people, then.
Everyone here will cross paths with a pro at some point, if they live long enough.
Not necessarily as a customer, but quite possibly.

Interzone / Re: Buying whores
« on: April 06, 2013, 08:53:13 PM »
This unlikely thread is interesting because:
There are those that contribute something of possible interest.
While there are others that contribute nothing, but judge and condemn the contributions of others.

There is this idea, too, that any relating of personal experience, which is a description of reality, is somehow flawed and egotistical. Which seems to suggest that those having no actual experience of reality, have no idea what it is, and resent its intrusion into the judgmental realm of the hypothetical.

This forum, cutting-edge as it is, is actively interested in modifying this behaviour, or failing that, exorcising it altogether. Be a brotherhood of ubermen, if that is what you desire. But know how this might be achieved, and have the self-discipline to implement it.

Interzone / Re: Buying whores
« on: April 06, 2013, 08:09:55 PM »
Somewhere, even as we write, there is probably a forum for pimps that are saying the exact same things about deathmetalubermen.

Interzone / Re: Buying whores
« on: April 06, 2013, 07:52:49 PM »
She was singularly boring, as I recall, and it was $200 I really shouldn't have spent.
But it was not often I had that much to spend, anyway, and it was an interesting experience.
And, whoever Dr. Phil is, no, I didn't. I wasn't especially wise, back then.
Or especially analytical, either, which, to my satisfaction, I still am not.

Interzone / Re: Buying whores
« on: April 06, 2013, 07:01:04 PM »
Some here think that prostitutes are poor victims that have no choice in their profession.
While this may be true of some, it is certainly not true of all.
I have known two women, both intelligent, both sorted-out, that chose to do this thing voluntarily, although there was no financial compulsion to do so. They felt it empowered them, so they said.

Some here also think that anyone who avails themselves of such services must be (insert judgmental term here).
This, too, is not so. People, being different from each other, have many and varied reasons and motivations, for whatever they decide to do.

I once paid a somewhat overweight hooker $200 to sit and talk for an hour. No sex. Just talk. I guess I was sufficiently lonely at the time, that I would do this crazy thing. It made her feel special, and it amused me that I would pay so much for something that in a functional society would be so easy to come by.

Interzone / Re: Buying whores
« on: April 06, 2013, 05:40:50 PM »
I was once that opinionated, too. And that immature.
People are, but if they develop, they're not.
I respect you, otherwise I would not have bothered to respond, but I feel you have some wisdom to offer me. Merely telling me that I am wrong and will  eventually develop a greater understanding is not enough for me, please tell me why I am mistaken in that individual females should not be worshipped.

I said what I meant. And that will have to suffice.
Explaining anything to anyone on forums never did work. Because people on forums start out being right, and remain right, no matter what happens next.
Here's a clue: I was not always who I am now. And who I once was, was the result of experiences that made me that way. This is not unusual. As for worshipping women, or a particular woman: this is probably better than abusing them, or raping them. And when one has no Deity to worship, as was the case for me, then, there may be a need to worship something.

Maybe there are people here who are not excited by women, and excitement can take many forms.
I can only speak for myself when I say my life, until quite recently, more or less centered around women and their sexual appeal.
I find it something of a relief that this obsession is now in steep decline.

Interzone / Re: Buying whores
« on: April 05, 2013, 04:02:56 PM »
I was once that opinionated, too. And that immature.
People are, but if they develop, they're not.

Ah. A sane and reasonable man. Nice one :)

Interzone / Re: Buying whores
« on: March 31, 2013, 11:33:32 PM »
I've never bought a common-and-garden prostitute, but I have some experience of the dominatrix variety.
Most of those are money-grabbing pretenders, but there are a few who actually understand what it is that certain men seek, and are able to deliver it.
These few are not at all moronic. They are what they are intended to be: women that men may worship.
If more women were actually like this, feminism might make some sort of sense.
As it is, it is a retarded plan dreamed up by retards, taken up by retards and has ruined a retarded society.

The valour of the Nazi!!! I like that. Finally someone points to a worthwhile trait in a whole mass of verminized humanity.
Openmindedness of hippies? I question that. I don't really see that they were ever openminded, although they like to claim they were/are.
Where I live, there is still a thriving colony of these dinosaurs. And openminded is something they very definitely are not.

Are you saying: "Look at this, it is what it is"?
Or are you saying it is a good thing, or a bad thing?

Is it a neutral observation, a good thing, or a bad thing, to point to a "...possible autistic hippie-nazi hybrid... with a ...blubbery neckbeard's duff..."?

That was a well-crafted reply. Impressive. It started a whole new area of investigation for me.
What do people do, when they do what they do? Why do they do what they do when they do it? What really lies behind the words they use? Do they really know, themselves, what they are doing, and why, when they do it?

I get the feeling, sometimes, that leftist thinking has burrowed down right to the level of quantum particles, and is so firmly established that there is nothing that can ever be done about it. Which returns me to the life-saving principle of: "it is what it is". And in human terms: "he does what he does".

When you consider it, you see that people do things all the time. This doing happens then. There is no way to undo it later, in the now. And so people, seeing that they didn't like what was done, then, being unable to undo it now, do something else now, in an attempt to to modify what was done then.

Thus people build a continuous house of cards that is never built well, but is a series of fixes and patches that attempt to get around the basic instability of whatever they do and have done.

Why do people ask "why"? Is it really a desire to understand? Or more a statement of disagreement and resistance?

On the contrary. He sounds like he knows what he wants and knows what he's doing.
No amount of help is much use if it isn't helpful.

Interzone / Re: Poop comments
« on: March 30, 2013, 10:40:47 PM »
Well, the carrots I brought you from my house yesterday, they are grown with that technique.


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