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Matcha Savage
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14/10/2019 2:58 pm  

@pistolpete

Good question, I did ask that myself. Indonesia, possibly maybe? I only took that one, because the other would not render in the forums, and missed the opportunity to look where its from 🙁 

Hey, if you like this one, you will like the pictures of a guy called Justin Ng.

 

 

 

both pictures: Mount Bromo

 

 

 


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Uly The Cunning
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15/10/2019 12:06 am  

I work on several projects that keep me busy, and it is a far more satisfying experience than any relationship with a female has ever been. We have around an average of 10k hits on our site on our top days currently, though only a fraction of them check out the forums as of yet. The arcade gets a lot of attention, as does the video vault.

Silence is golden, and a peaceful home is far better than dealing loud and obnoxious females that grant only brief moments of pleasure.

You might also look into video games,  or maybe hobbies and collection of something you appreciated in entertainment or history. Making your own version of collectors items can be a great way to positively fill your time, with results that last in a positive way. 

Playing an instrument, reading, and learning something new as well. There is never a shortage of things to do in this modern society of easy access knowledge and materials. It just takes that first step to get started. Motivation is the key to success with anything in life, even having fun. 

"Remember, you're fighting for this woman's honor, which is probably more than she ever did."
Groucho Marx: Duck Soup (1933)


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Gargamel
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15/10/2019 12:28 am  
Posted by: @ulynecro

though only a fraction of them check out the forums as of yet.

Maybe we need more cats... LOL.

The Alexa ratings of KittyLittyMGTOW.com dropped off after my cat pic threads fell behind on the board.

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Gargamel
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15/10/2019 2:56 am  

BTW, much on topic...

I just revived a very good YT channel that was bullied until only 40 of the 125 videos are left...

A channel on the Tao of MGTOW,

The Art of Monk living...

"The Solitary Wolf":

https://archive.org/details/The_Solitary_Wolf_MGTOW_YouTube_Video_Collection_1080p

https://archive.org/details/The_Solitary_Wolf_MGTOW_YouTube_Video_Collection_720p

(uploads still running)

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Travis3000
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15/10/2019 3:02 am  

I get a lot of silence around the glory hole at this bus station in Galveston.  I went in there one day and it looked like there was a corpse lying there.  It could have just been a passed out homeless guy who wet himself.  Either way I took his wallet and kicked him in the head really hard for ruining my glory hole extravaganza that I had planned for that night.


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Gargamel
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15/10/2019 6:06 am  

I just found this video...

And the guy speaks from my heart.

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The Evil Genius
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15/10/2019 3:50 pm  

Gargamel that is a great vid! This guy rocks! 😀 The odd thing is that he is married. God I hope he doesn't have kids. I wonder where this trail is located.  My guess is somewhere in the US south. His accent sounds like MO or ARK. 

And he is right--true MGTOW do not hate women. We hate being abused and used as a disposable commodity. 🤮 

Does a slave hate his master because he longs for freedom? He may resents his master but it is the bondage he hates. There is a difference. That is how you answer ANYONE who attacks you with the "you must hate women" meme. 


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Morpheus
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15/10/2019 4:37 pm  

You don't want to do the same thing every evening. I like to mix up things real sports, video games, restaurant dinner. On the spot plans are even better.


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Morpheus
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17/10/2019 5:28 pm  

Silence is a gift from the gods. No cackling hens and ahole cucks.


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GregBO
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18/10/2019 5:37 pm  

@simplemath

Check Math.  Life without passion is an ever changing "ground hog" day of missed opportunities.  Life long learning is not restricted to a physical place, or form of learning.  Martial arts, music, languages, wood craft, modeling are all examples of long term efforts.

The soundtrack is not important, however the diorama being built shows a passion that can last a lifetime.  Like you, The Evil Genius, myself and other T.I.M. members have spent time with miniatures.  Once you are bitten, the pleasure does not go away. 

​"What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us; what we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal." -Albert Pike

​"​My father didn't tell me how to live; he lived, and let me watch him do it.​" - Clarence Buddinton Kelland


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GregBO
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18/10/2019 5:46 pm  

researching and publishing a thread/series on T.I.M. might also prove validating for you, as well for members.  

 

T.E.G.'s Friday Night Organ Posts are a great example.

​"What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us; what we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal." -Albert Pike

​"​My father didn't tell me how to live; he lived, and let me watch him do it.​" - Clarence Buddinton Kelland


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20/10/2019 7:36 am  

Getting used to the new lifestyle. I think the main thing I needed to do was discover who I actually am. I used to identify myself as my roles in other people's lives. A father, a husband, etc. In those roles I lost myself. I've been doing alot of thinking. It's a process. But I've found a kind of peace, and hunger for adventure. Got around to making that bucket list. And Feb going on a  bungee jumping holiday. Life is good

I used to be married, but I'm better now


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Gargamel
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20/10/2019 7:51 am  
Posted by: @pistolpete

And he is right--true MGTOW do not hate women. We hate being abused and used as a disposable commodity.

2 more videos like that in my 1st reply. These save me a lot of words.

https://theindependentman.org/Forum/thepub/hello-miss-you-may-not-know-me/

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GregBO
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21/10/2019 9:48 pm  

@grey

Fantastic!   Let us know if you ever try the below:

​"What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us; what we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal." -Albert Pike

​"​My father didn't tell me how to live; he lived, and let me watch him do it.​" - Clarence Buddinton Kelland


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Xanthine
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22/10/2019 6:10 pm  

I've never had a problem dealing with silence...if anything, I've learned to enjoy it. Granted, I do lead a very busy life, always have. Never been married, so never had to adjust to being single again, and I've lived alone all my adult life.

When I get some free time, I don't really need much. Sometimes I just lay in my bed for a long time, even when I don't really feel like sleeping. Or I will sit on my couch and enjoy the peace and quiet. When it rains, or if it is just a really nice night, sometimes I like to go outside on my porch and stand there for awhile, maybe enjoying a beer while I do so.

Of course I've got lots of hobbies and interests, like any MGTOW. I like firearms, chess, guitars, video games, cooking, working out, lots of other things. When I get bored with one hobby, I just start focusing on another, and it's like an endless cycle. I like learning new things, and will often spend time on the computer learning about various subjects. I spend a lot of time planning for my future, which is very research intensive. I always have various projects I'm working on.

It's nice to have direction and goals in your life...when you're married or have a family, those things sort of come naturally, but when you're single and live alone, you have to develop those things for yourself. Everything has to come from within you.

I've learned to enjoy little things in life. I really enjoy a good steak and eating good food in general. I love when I have days off, being able to sleep as late as I want and stay in bed as long as I want. Sometimes I just walk around my house; everything in it is like a reflection of me and my experiences. All the things I like, everything that adds meaning and value to my life. I like the feeling of laying on fresh sheets. I like being outside, breathing fresh and clean air.

I'm sure my life probably sounds boring as fuck, and who knows, maybe it is. But it beats the hell out of living with a nagging harpy or some hateful dream-smasher. I've seen enough to know that I have it pretty good...so I simply try to appreciate the good things I have in life. 


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Gargamel
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22/10/2019 6:53 pm  
Posted by: @xanthine

When I get bored with one hobby, I just start focusing on another, and it's like an endless cycle.

Like giving a feminist troll forum (the one we all know so well) a certain dedicated amount of these...

That was a 3 month hobby and I hope it returns one day.

Anything but "quiet"...

LOL. Our house is insulated and at some distance to the neighbors. And trees in between... My laughter - during multiple time-zones - did not wake them.

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Gargamel
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23/10/2019 4:10 am  

Dealing with silence...

This is the other extreme:

"Outrageous Woman Calls 911 Reporting Her Husband Is Beating Her - Problem is She Is Faking It"

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Old Buck
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23/10/2019 11:52 pm  
Posted by: @grey

Getting used to the new lifestyle. I think the main thing I needed to do was discover who I actually am. I used to identify myself as my roles in other people's lives. A father, a husband, etc. In those roles I lost myself. I've been doing alot of thinking. It's a process. But I've found a kind of peace...

 

This is exactly the message TIM tries to convey.

Now that you have the knowledge, what do you do with it?  Where do you go from here?

Once you realize you are truly free, your options in life increase.

 

Do NOT chase tail. Turn yours around and live FREE!


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Wraith
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24/10/2019 3:10 am  

I'm glad to hear you're adjusting.  When I got the freedom I badly needed, I spent a lot of time doing things around my local area that I've wanted to do.  A couple of used bookstores, some Revolutionary and Civil War sites, a winery, antique shops, a couple of museums, a farmer's market, gym and swimming, a few small towns I've been interested to see.  Then there were my hobbies I do at home.  Between home, work, and some outings each week, I had a great time.  It was just the monk experience I've wanted.

I should point out that I'm an introvert and can spend a lot of time by myself.


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GregBO
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24/10/2019 5:29 pm  

@xanthine

Check, sounds like a fantastic home to live in and an even better one to come back to each day.  

​"What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us; what we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal." -Albert Pike

​"​My father didn't tell me how to live; he lived, and let me watch him do it.​" - Clarence Buddinton Kelland


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