• THE PYRAMID OF MANLINESS

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    • Fscking Moron
    • Re: THE PYRAMID OF MANLINESS
      Posted 02/21/2017 10:53 AM - Hide
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      Obviously the child of a single slut mother who had no positive male roll model in their life. Thats where these trannys & freaks of nature come from, they are imitating their strongest role model their single or beta-cuck married too mothers.
      I pity these poor creatures, they have been mentally "passa-pussifyed" and programmed by the evils of Feminism and its deep Male hating agenda.

      Yep. And society is celebrating these mentally-ill degenerates instead of beating the illness right out of their faggot faces.
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    • Fscking Moron
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      Posted 02/21/2017 10:57 AM - Hide
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      THE PYRAMID OF MANLINESS #1


      Everything that is sustainable, profitable, needful or important to human life on this earth, is generally owned, run, operated, or maintained in working order by MEN.

      GONTS, THEY NEED YOU A HELL OF A LOT MORE THAN YOU NEED THEM OR THEIR BULLSHIT & NEEDLESS DRAMA...

      Men were foolish to give women rights
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    • Fscking Moron
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      Posted 02/21/2017 01:39 PM - Hide
    • A young male without the encouragement, guidance & discipline of a Positive Older Male roll model, will not develop a proper idea of positive manhood.
      With only a woman's input, even a mother with good intentions, they will fall into emotion based rash behavior, with no distinct boundary on their true place in the world, or how to be a Man...
      You are born having your mother & fathers love, but as a young boy coming up, you have to earn your fathers respect through your learned actions & behavior.
      Thats the damn truth, wither your ass likes it or not...
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    • Fscking Moron
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      Posted 02/22/2017 12:24 AM - Hide
    • There is a whole Nation of these no dad, to part time dad having kids being raised by fucked up feminist minded single mothers. They are the hounds of bastardville running amuck & steady fucking up. The jails & graveyards are full of them, and still there are so many, they roam free acting like idiots. Look at any SJW PROTEST and you will see them in droves in black hoodies, their faces covered, because they damn well intend to fuck shit up.
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      Posted 02/22/2017 02:23 PM - Hide
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      THE PYRAMID OF MANLINESS #1

      And real men dgaf about what some beer bellied nfl watching couch vegetable's childish "pyramid of fagliness" we just live how we want fuck the rest
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    • Fscking Moron
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      Posted 02/22/2017 02:28 PM - Hide
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      And real men dgaf about what some beer bellied nfl watching couch vegetable's childish "pyramid of fagliness" we just live how we want fuck the rest

      Your anger is from knowing you are a personal failure as a MAN.
      You have my pity and your father my condolence...
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    • Fscking Moron
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      Posted 02/22/2017 02:29 PM - Hide
    • Knowin Shit Don't Have Much To Do With Your Future Success.

      Your Attitude Determines Whether Or Not You'll Succeed.

      One time or another, you've had the thought running through your head that if you only knew more you would be more successful in life.

      It's only natural to think that. Most of the first 20 years of your life are completely focused on how much you know. And who you know more than.

      So it's only natural that you think knowing more will make you more successful. Perhaps another degree, a conference, or a DVD business series is what you need to turn your situation around.

      It's frustrating.

      Because the more you learn, the less you feel like you're becoming successful.

      That's because, despite what you hear about success, it has very little to do with formal education. How much you know doesn't really matter. It never has.

      Some of the most successful people of all time did it without all the education you think you need:

      John Glenn was a dropout from the science program at Muskingum College. He went on to become one of the most important astronauts in American history.

      Steve Jobs stayed in college for only six months. His breakthrough inventions in mobile technology and movie animation are perhaps the greatest business marvel of the last fifty years.

      Henry Ford had no college education at all and few years of formal education at all. He went on to reinvent the manufacturing process and the entire automobile industry.

      William Shakespeare dropped out of middle school. He would later create almost 2,000 English words and write the most famous literary works of all time.

      John D. Rockefeller left school as a young teenager to get a job. He would build Standard Oil into a massive petroleum monopoly, ultimately becoming the richest man of all time (considering current inflation).

      Mark Twain only had a 5th grade education. His Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is considered the greatest American novel of all time.

      Horace Greeley had no schooling at all. He would later become a Congressman, found the Republican Party, and today is considered one the most influential journalists in American history.

      Albert Einstein was a high school dropout and failed his university entrance exams. He came up with the Theory of Relativity, published 300 scientific papers, won a Nobel Prize, and is considered the greatest mind of the twentieth century.

      Success isn't really about how much you know.

      What matters is what you do.

      How hard you work. What you are willing to do without until you realize your dreams. That is what matters.

      That is what has always mattered. Then. Now. And forever.

      One of the greatest inventors the world has ever know explained success this way: "Genius is 1% inspiration, 99% perspiration." Thomas Edison didn't just say that; he lived it. He would attempt over 10,000 separate tries in creating the light bulb.

      Some people probably thought he was crazy. And some will think you are too.

      Maybe you're just on your way to doing something mind-blowingly amazing.
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    • Fscking Moron
    • Re: THE PYRAMID OF MANLINESS
      Posted 02/22/2017 02:32 PM - Hide
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      And real men dgaf about what some beer bellied nfl watching couch vegetable's childish "pyramid of fagliness" we just live how we want fuck the rest

      Your anger is from knowing you are a personal failure as a MAN.
      You have my pity and your father my condolence...

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      :spanky:

      Haha struck a nerve did I? We all know yuor some fat 50 year old divorced loser overcompensating with some childish cartoonish pyramid as some kind of guide for manliness. We all know everyone that posts here are wa.kers
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    • Fscking Moron
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      Posted 02/22/2017 02:59 PM - Hide
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      :spanky:

      Haha struck a nerve did I? We all know yuor some fat 50 year old divorced loser overcompensating with some childish cartoonish pyramid as some kind of guide for manliness. We all know everyone that posts here are wa.kers

      NO NERVE STRUCK HERE.:pimp:
      IT WAS YOU WHO LASHED OUT AT ME.
      NOW WHY WOULD YOU DO THAT IF NOT PROMPTED BY YOUR OWN PERSONAL FAULTS & ISSUES?...
      IT'S OK TO BE UPSET, I FORGIVE YOUR RASHNESS.
      A BLUNT TRUTH OFTEN HURTS "TENDER FEELINS" BEFORE IT IS ACCEPTED.
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    • Fscking Moron
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      Posted 02/22/2017 03:02 PM - Hide
    • Manliness

      Confucius has been regarded as the central philosophical figure of Chinese thought. An attempt was made to destroy his work during the so-called Cultural Revolution of Maoism. But a similar attempt had already been made during the reign of the Emperor Chin Shih Huang-ti around 215 BC. That attempt failed, as the thoughts of Confucius became the official religion of the Han Dynasty and continued throughout other dynasties until the revolution of 1912.

      A central concept in Confucius' Analects is that of the gentleman. For Confucius, a gentleman is someone whose words do not outstrip his deeds. For precisely that reason, this article is written anonymously, to ensure that the author's words do not outstrip his deeds. We may just regard them as thoughts to consider, without any person claiming to possess the quality about to be praised. That must eventually be determined in the battlefield of life by the assessment of fair observers.

      The quality is Manliness.

      There is perhaps no quality more hated by the Integrated Control System referred to variously as the Illuminati, International Bankers, or whatever other label seems most appropriate. It is clearly the target of their most concerted attacks, linked with what they call a Patriarchal Power structure, machismo, sexism, etc.

      One of Kipling's greatest poems, "If", embodies the hated quality in its explosive last line. After laying out a superb list of personal characteristics, he sums up the triumphant reward: "And -- which is more -- you'll be a man, my son."

      The Spartan women allegedly proudly boasted that only they produced men.

      The essence of the targeted culture of the Afghan and Pakistani Pathans is Pashtunwali, an ethical system embodying hospitality, chivalry, courage...and above all manliness.

      The tortures and humiliations at Abu Ghraib made no sense from the point of view of mere prison control. Clearly their target was Iraqi manliness.

      The well-funded attempts to empower women internationally by selective grants to them over their husbands are clearly another attempt at international emasculation.

      The welfare system that removes the need for the father is yet another facet of the program to eliminate manliness.

      St. Paul is one of the thinkers most hated by international emasculators. His admonition that wives should obey their husbands in all things and that no man should ever be subordinate to a woman arouse the utmost fury. He was crystal clear that in order to fulfill his role in society and the family, a male must become a man. That is not an automatic promotion due merely to age. No, manliness involves a great deal more.

      A manly person is gentle.

      A manly person respects the dignity of others, as he insists on respect for his own dignity.

      For a real man, there is no worse stain than a justified charge of cowardice. He must be unrelenting in the defense of his religion, his family, his nation, and every other voluntarily chosen affiliation.

      There is no lack of manliness in refusing to defend an affiliation that he did not voluntarily choose. On the contrary, real manliness in that case requires defiance.

      Real manliness is not embodied in the hormone testosterone, which can result in loutishness or mindless aggressiveness. On the contrary, such chemical facsimiles are endorsed by the control system, as a way of twisting the powers of traditional manliness into a tool they can use to subjugate others.

      Real manliness consists in the ability to say: "I am not going to do that." Whether the refusal is to step over the line at the draft center, volunteer for the naked body scanner, to shoot an innocent victim, or salute a value one despises, the effect is the same. The manly person is uncontrollable.

      Luther's famous words embody the essence of manliness. "Here I stand. I cannot do otherwise."

      The heroes at Lexington Green in 1775 refused to lay down their arms. They could not be stripped of their manliness.

      Demosthenes, by contrast, is a horror story in failure of manliness. After delivering some of the most stirring orations known to man, the Philippics, opposing Macedonian hegemony in Greece, he reportedly showed up in person at the final battle... and ran, leaving his shield on the field, the ultimate disgrace for an ancient Greek.

      The Spartan women allegedly had a saying for their menfolk as they left for war: "Come back with your shield or on it."

      The Spartans had a proverbial horror of talking too much. They felt that it was very easy to come across as a Demosthenes. So they were famous for keeping their mouths shut and letting their actions decide whether or not they were men.

      Confucius, in his usual understated way, said that a gentleman... or a man, as we would put it... should never allow his words to outstrip his action. We should all see what we can really do, and then tailor our words, if we choose to use any, to stay within those boundaries.

      But what is more admirable than the silent hero, the man who is so afraid of letting his words outstrip his deeds, that he merely prays thankfully after passing the test of courage that he has not disgraced his family name or his own?

      If these words enlighten you, remember the much-vilified Kipling, who dared to praise manliness in the Afghans, Englishmen, and wherever else he could find it.

      Remember St. Paul, who was not afraid to praise manliness. Remember the understated Confucius.

      As for myself, I merely pass on these thoughts anonymously, for fear of being another Demosthenes, fear of letting my own words outstrip my deeds. All of us who aspire to be men must pray that when our manliness comes unmistakably in question, we shall conduct ourselves as men.
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    • Fscking Moron
    • Re: THE PYRAMID OF MANLINESS
      Posted 02/22/2017 03:59 PM - Hide
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      Knowin Shit Don't Have Much To Do With Your Future Success.

      Your Attitude Determines Whether Or Not You'll Succeed.

      One time or another, you've had the thought running through your head that if you only knew more you would be more successful in life.

      It's only natural to think that. Most of the first 20 years of your life are completely focused on how much you know. And who you know more than.

      So it's only natural that you think knowing more will make you more successful. Perhaps another degree, a conference, or a DVD business series is what you need to turn your situation around.

      It's frustrating.

      Because the more you learn, the less you feel like you're becoming successful.

      That's because, despite what you hear about success, it has very little to do with formal education. How much you know doesn't really matter. It never has.

      Some of the most successful people of all time did it without all the education you think you need:

      John Glenn was a dropout from the science program at Muskingum College. He went on to become one of the most important astronauts in American history.

      Steve Jobs stayed in college for only six months. His breakthrough inventions in mobile technology and movie animation are perhaps the greatest business marvel of the last fifty years.

      Henry Ford had no college education at all and few years of formal education at all. He went on to reinvent the manufacturing process and the entire automobile industry.

      William Shakespeare dropped out of middle school. He would later create almost 2,000 English words and write the most famous literary works of all time.

      John D. Rockefeller left school as a young teenager to get a job. He would build Standard Oil into a massive petroleum monopoly, ultimately becoming the richest man of all time (considering current inflation).

      Mark Twain only had a 5th grade education. His Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is considered the greatest American novel of all time.

      Horace Greeley had no schooling at all. He would later become a Congressman, found the Republican Party, and today is considered one the most influential journalists in American history.

      Albert Einstein was a high school dropout and failed his university entrance exams. He came up with the Theory of Relativity, published 300 scientific papers, won a Nobel Prize, and is considered the greatest mind of the twentieth century.

      Success isn't really about how much you know.

      What matters is what you do.

      How hard you work. What you are willing to do without until you realize your dreams. That is what matters.

      That is what has always mattered. Then. Now. And forever.

      One of the greatest inventors the world has ever know explained success this way: "Genius is 1% inspiration, 99% perspiration." Thomas Edison didn't just say that; he lived it. He would attempt over 10,000 separate tries in creating the light bulb.

      Some people probably thought he was crazy. And some will think you are too.

      Maybe you're just on your way to doing something mind-blowingly amazing.

      Good stuff
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    • Fscking Moron
    • Re: THE PYRAMID OF MANLINESS
      Posted 02/22/2017 05:55 PM - Hide
    • OP here, thank you. Just tryin to put some good out there...
      God knows 169 has enough "silly drizzelin shit, trolling, sjw/lib whining blame-gaming bullshit to go around...
      Don't get me wrong though, some of it is funny as hell.
      The only thing the last troll got right is that I'm in my 50's now.
      I ain't special, even a blind hog can "find a truffle" now n again.
      If one of ya folks "gets somethin" out of it, thats all the better I say.
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    • Fscking Moron
    • Re: THE PYRAMID OF MANLINESS
      Posted 02/22/2017 11:38 PM - Hide
    • This is a lot better than the "Nu-Male" thread. That shit is just fucked up.
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    • Fscking Moron
    • Re: THE PYRAMID OF MANLINESS
      Posted 02/22/2017 11:59 PM - Hide
    • OP here, I rather like that thread, it exposes exactly what I'm talking about. If I'd had that pic I damn sure would have posted it here!
      face it, "THOSE GUYS" are everywhere.
      CANDYASSES, with their fucking low fat latte's veganism and gluten free bullshit. I bet they squat to piss just like a skirt does...
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    • Fscking Moron
    • Re: THE PYRAMID OF MANLINESS
      Posted 02/23/2017 07:48 PM - Hide
    • Manliness is a social construct.
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    • Fscking Moron
    • Re: THE PYRAMID OF MANLINESS
      Posted 02/23/2017 08:57 PM - Hide
    • WHERE DID YOU GET THAT IDEA?

      The idea that gender difference is socially constructed is a view present in philosophical and sociological theories about gender. According to this view, society and culture create gender roles, and these roles are prescribed as ideal or appropriate behavior for a person of that specific gender.

      WHAT A LOAD OF HORSESHIT!
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