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25/01/2020 12:28 am  

I was browsing reddit after seeing a thread (somewhere) about men being forced out of a job teaching young children (PEDOPHILE! WHAT MAN WOULD WANT TO WORK WITH YOUNG CHILDREN?! HE'S PREYING ON THEM!), and it hit me hard. Sure, I knew that there is a full-on war against men waged by feminazis so they can indoctrinate you kids, especially boys, that women are perfect and men are evil, but damn. Most of the commenters are angry at little Sid for fabricating a story to have a male kindergarten teacher (hello favorite movie when I'm drunk, Kindergarten Cop) expelled (hello boy who cried wolf), but one person said "what if Sid's mom is such a cunt that she doesn't even give her son enough food to last the day, so he has to take it away from the others, or bar them from a certain area so he gets all the food", and the visuals depict her as a total Karen, and I can definitely follow that train of thought.

A male kindergarten teacher is smeared, investigated, kicked out, never able to work with kids anymore because a kid made up a story and that kid's mom refuses to believe the teacher, because her kid is an angel and would never EVER lie.

Here's the vid, and a link to the topic I found it from. Though plenty of people have said it's fake, especially the end part, we all know that this is what male teachers go through in this time and age:

When Karen used down syndrome kids against me, she didn't expect this... from ProRevenge

If this is the wrong section, please, by all means, move it to the correct one!

/Nerevar out


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25/01/2020 6:00 am  

Check Nerevar

The only education jobs currently available for men to perform long term are those that would have been considered abusive, demeaning and worthy of civil action 25 years ago. 

I know an Army vet who has both a BS and MS, education licensure and special ed certifications. He can only get a job as a teaching assistant in a kindergarden (5 year olds) class.  2 days of leave a month at $14.00 per hour.  He considers himself lucky to be employed in the education field.  He is working on his parachute to bail out of this crappy situation. 

​"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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26/01/2020 12:24 am  

This movie couldn't have done a better job at getting the point over without spelling out the point. Really well done.

As for which section...I think this calls for a new one.  "Bitter Pills" or " Reg Flags"or "Reality Checks" Or maybe one of those road work signs about deep excavations

my tuppence.


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26/01/2020 2:51 am  

The pub is a perfect place for this post. Worth the discussion and hopefully readers will be enjoying a beverage while they contemplate your message.

​"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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28/01/2020 7:46 am  

I have a good friend who trained to be a Primary School teacher in his 30's, he was a trucker.

God knows why he did it since its clearly a feminised environment and who the fuck would want to around brats and bitches anyway?

It didn't work out and I couldn't have been more pleased for the bloke. He's a trucker now.

Anyhow, there seems to be a man the woods near where I live.

A while ago I'd been playing a bit of tachichuan ect in the woods and then sat on trough at the margins overlooking a meadow valley when a middle-aged lady in full, heavy hiking kit comes plodding into view.

I'm just sitting there enjoying the day when I see she starts running as for her life and I wonder if there are cows chasing her, very odd I thought....and then it occured to me that she'd maybe seen 'the man in woods'...me!

Then there was time I was in the same woods practising a bit of Short Staff and a couple walked around a sharp bend in the path right into my 'Turn body and strike down with rest stance'...I apologised and explained but they did look very discombobulated.

So, there really is a man in the woods.


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28/01/2020 4:15 pm  

Years ago I lived in Richmond. There was a bird sanctuary near Petersberg that had a walking trail. Every Sunday I would go there and walk the trail. Now it was 8 miles so one would have to rest a bit and the park had benches every couple of miles. There was a couple a times I was sitting on the bench resting and a woman would come down the trail and when she got to within about 12 feet she would make a big circle around me--even going off the trail to do so and then get back on the trail once she was past me. It was like I had a 12 foot force field around me. 

Now I don't know why these women were afraid of me but if I really were that dangerous making a small detour around me wouldn't help you. 


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28/01/2020 9:03 pm  

@ad

Being aware enough of your surrounding and how you are influencing them is key to not allowing the rest of the world to force their views and paradigms upon you.  Interacting instead of interposing is always the more favorable outcome.  

Great Job

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​"​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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28/01/2020 9:04 pm  

@pistolpete

Like everything with the fairer sex, it's all about perception and never about reality.

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28/01/2020 11:13 pm  
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I have a good friend who trained to be a Primary School teacher in his 30's, he was a trucker.

God knows why he did it since its clearly a feminised environment and who the fuck would want to around brats and bitches anyway?

It didn't work out and I couldn't have been more pleased for the bloke. He's a trucker now.

Anyhow, there seems to be a man the woods near where I live.

A while ago I'd been playing a bit of tachichuan ect in the woods and then sat on trough at the margins overlooking a meadow valley when a middle-aged lady in full, heavy hiking kit comes plodding into view.

I'm just sitting there enjoying the day when I see she starts running as for her life and I wonder if there are cows chasing her, very odd I thought....and then it occured to me that she'd maybe seen 'the man in woods'...me!

Then there was time I was in the same woods practising a bit of Short Staff and a couple walked around a sharp bend in the path right into my 'Turn body and strike down with rest stance'...I apologised and explained but they did look very discombobulated.

So, there really is a man in the woods.

I used to practice Tai Chi outside. I was lucky to live over the road from a school, in the days when there was not perimeter fencing, so I would use the playground for Form. I just couldn't tolerate people around me when I practiced so this little spot was fantastic. There was a teacher that did some work after hours and sometimes at weekends. She would see me and make no attempt at questioning or confronting me once she saw me waving my arms around. I was the man in the playground, so to speak. Kids were the worst. They'd throw stuff and shout out shit so finding a quite spot was paramount.


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