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Post by Arjen » 2 years ago

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I have lots of driving stories as well lol. Not so long ago, I "met" women from Tinder. Well, firstly we just small talked on the phone. On a Friday she wrote me: "I want to go to this Punk Rock concert but no one want me to join". I told her, she can pick me up and I would join her. We are both living in different cities for 1 hour each apart, and the concert was again in a different City. Which meant, she drove 1 hour to me and 1 hour to the concert and had to drive me after the concert at home too lol. Was nice. She was good looking and my type (slim and the alternative rocker style) but I was looking for a girlfriend and I knew from experience, women that go to concerts like this often, drink a lot and this is a red flag for me. I ghosted her after. Good times.
You must be handsome, probably Mediterranean? Honestly though, does sound nice - and convenient.

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You know my ugly face lol. I just deal the best with what God gave me.
It's more because most men would have said to her: "Well, can I go with you maybe?" or "uhm....well maybe...we meet before the concert..if you want?".
Women get dry on this. I simply wrote her: "Pick me up and I come".

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You know my ugly face lol. I just deal the best with what God gave me.
It's more because most men would have said to her: "Well, can I go with you maybe?" or "uhm....well maybe...we meet before the concert..if you want?".
Women get dry on this. I simply wrote her: "Pick me up and I come".
I want to join the club of not being in the driving seat. My goal for 2018: get a lift from a girl ideally a pretty one who is in love with me and with a good heart.

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I want to join the club of not being in the driving seat. My goal for 2018: get a lift from a girl ideally a pretty one who is in love with me and with a good heart.
And who realizes that we'll all be old someday, and that other old people could be our grandparents so maybe we should treat them the same way.

I'm sorry but :lol:.
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And who realizes that we'll all be old someday, and that other old people could be our grandparents so maybe we should treat them the same way.

I'm sorry but :lol:.
Now you are getting really demanding, because for that it would really take an enormously profound girl. No offence, but you are punching way above your non-mediterranean-non-medic-Master's-degree weight - sorry, but I think we should be honest with each other here.

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Post by JasonStatham » 2 years ago

Or maybe girls drive me and Admin around cause we look like grandpas with our hair and that unconscious kicks the "better I drive than he breaks his bones going alone" helper syndrome in. Damn, I'm depressed now.

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Out of curiosity guys, what do you consider fat?

For ex, is this fat;
http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2015/04/ ... 764145.jpg
You're joking, right?

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Post by kj6723 » 2 years ago

I think the car thing is different if you're in the USA than Europe, as Europe to my understanding has very good public transportation. In many places in the US you are basically a sitting duck without a car, the exception being if everything you do(live, work) is in a metropolis area

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Post by DerPapillus » 2 years ago

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Women like in this picture is bombarded by good-looking men. This isn't even fat fat.
I concur! She is however the very picture of ''Plain Jane'' in my book.
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You're joking, right?
Of course I am, she frickin on fire! xD
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Post by Murkey Thumb » 2 years ago

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You're joking, right?
He must be! I would smash her back doors down, she is lovely! :)

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kj6723 wrote:
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I think the car thing is different if you're in the USA than Europe, as Europe to my understanding has very good public transportation. In many places in the US you are basically a sitting duck without a car, the exception being if everything you do(live, work) is in a metropolis area
This.

Car culture is a big deal over in the US and Canada as well, and it's a huge social thing. I, myself just see cars as a tool, but both of my parents drive badass old muscle cars and I know there's just a shit-ton of car shows and stuff they go to through Canada and the US. I've been to some myself and there's always a ton of women there.

Chicks here absolutely expect you to drive and every one of them would prefer to roll up to that dinner date in a fancy car. Women love being the center of attention and feeling ritzy; eye-catching cars are a great way to do that.

When I was like 19, I borrowed my dad's car to pick up this one date. I didn't really care, but he recommended I do it. All I can say is, it definitely helps! Of course, a bit less when she found out I didn't own it XD but it still helped!

I definitely think that if you're Chad, investing in a decent car would be tremendously worth it.

Shit maybe that's what I'll do if I can make it back to NW1. Buy a fancier car and hit cruises and car shows :lol:

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In large swaths of North America, you're considered a loser if you don't have a car. That is due to cultural factors, whereby a car is associated with freedom, and class. I have had people who care about me actually get angry at me for taking the bus -- they were being protective of me. They did not want me to associate with losers, and to give off loser vibes.

In a comparably large and mostly overlapping swath of North America, you are a loser if you don't have a car. It will be a prerequisite for most jobs, kind of like an email and a cell phone number. Public transit is either mediocre or non-existent in terms of getting to work, to the gym, to groceries, et cetera. When I lived in Australia I needed a car to drive to work, but I could walk to buy groceries or to go to the gym. When I visit my sister in Florida, I need a car for any of those, it's just pure residential construction for miles and miles.

However, if you live in a Neo-Marxist society like Belgium, you are likely to have access to an advantageous and efficient public transit system. Such systems, partially funded by taxes on the rich, are then shared by the general public, and do not belong to any one person. They are not meant to benefit any one person, but rather society at large.
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However, if you live in a Neo-Marxist society like Belgium, you are likely to have access to an advantageous and efficient public transit system. Such systems, partially funded by taxes on the rich, are then shared by the general public, and do not belong to any one person. They are not meant to benefit any one person, but rather society at large.
It's just Marxism then, neo-marxism mainly refers to identity politics, because Marxism doesn't work anymore, in the end, everyone got richer thanks to the free market and capitalism. The new ways people are oppressed is because of their skin color, their sex and their sexual orientation.

Ah, no, we're all taxed, sometimes brutally, and even the people with the lowest salaries. The main downside of living in a socialist country is that it's no use to work harder or earn more money, the more you earn, the more they'll steal from you (because that's what Marxism is).

So even though I'll renegociate my salary in two weeks, I'm thinking "meh, what's the point?", if I they pay me 300€ more a month, after taxes, it's like 25€. Way to keep people lazy and dissuade them to move up in their career.

But it's OK, my girlfriend's family and mine are voting to reduce those socialist policies. Let the winners win and the losers pay for their mistakes intead of rewarding them for failing. Not only there's no proof that socialism helps with inequalities whatsoever but as Thomas Sowell often points out, the people that benefit the most from them are people who are already doing well.

I don't need extra-money, far from it, but hell, I'll take it. I'm getting even "wealthier" and the poor just remains poor. But those policies are not evaluted based on whether they work or not of course. No, what matters if that our previous socialist governments had good intentions!

The road to hell is paved with good intentions. Thank God we now have a right-wing government that's there to stay, time to balance this mess out.

One more thing, did you really think our public transports were free? It's 500€ a year to use them. I don't know what you head about Belgium but this is not the utopia you imagine. I prefer the liberal (truly liberal) US, where there is an emphasis on personal responsability.

And one last thing: socialism is cancer.
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It's just Marxism then, neo-marxism mainly refers to identity politics, because Marxism doesn't work anymore, in the end, everyone got richer thanks to the free market and capitalism. The new ways people are oppressed is because of their skin color, their sex and their sexual orientation.

Ah, no, we're all taxed, sometimes brutally, and even the people with the lowest salaries. The main downside of living in a socialist country is that it's no use to work harder or earn more money, the more you earn, the more they'll steal from you (because that's what Marxism is).

So even though I'll renegociate my salary in two weeks, I'm thinking "meh, what's the point?", if I they pay me 300€ more a month, after taxes, it's like 25€. Way to keep people lazy and dissuade them to move up in their career.

But it's OK, my girlfriend's family and mine are voting to reduce those socialist policies. Let the winners win and the losers pay for their mistakes intead of rewarding them for failing. Not only there's no proof that socialism helps with inequalities whatsoever but as Thomas Sowell often points out, the people that benefit the most from them are people who are already doing well.

I don't need extra-money, far from it, but hell, I'll take it. I'm getting even "wealthier" and the poor just remains poor. But those policies are not evaluted based on whether they work or not of course. No, what matters if that our previous socialist governments had good intentions!

The road to hell is paved with good intentions. Thank God we now have a right-wing government that's there to stay, time to balance this mess out.

One more thing, did you really think our public transports were free? It's 500€ a year to use them. I don't know what you head about Belgium but this is not the utopia you imagine. I prefer the liberal (truly liberal) US, where there is an emphasis on personal responsability.

And one last thing: socialism is cancer.
I was goofing off.

Now some points:

1) 500 Euros a year is not much to pay for a functional and effective public transit system.

2) Most of the growth in the 20th century is due to technological progress. The 18th and 19th century had just as much capitalism (in some ways more), but middle class living standards did not increase me. Life expectancy and literacy in the early 20th century were low. Within the 20th century however, scientists made important progress on public sanitation, vaccinations, and quantum mechanics was developed and refined, mostly in interwar Germany. A lot of applications, such as the internet and nuclear electricity, were developed by government agencies.

3) This is off-topic, feel free to move a few of the posts to another thread.
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