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Studies have shown that people with jetpacks were on average 92.4% much happier with their lives.
The Prince of Milk Paperback ► https://tinyurl.com/y7q4zoaa
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Never date a single mother
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Hi, I'm a Christian lady, and there are two homosexual cats in my backyard who need a home. I don't feel right about them being there since they are living an "alternative" lifestyle that does not go along with my religious beliefs. They are tame and fixed and the person who lives in the yard behind mine moved and left them. They have been stealing food that I set out for my heterosexual cats, but I'm too afraid to touch them and catch the Gay.

The cats are also different races, as one is black and the other is white. I guess it's okay. The black one helps the white one, who is cross eyed, and they clean and love each other but I think that in the eyes of God this is not acceptable. I don't want to participate in encouraging this type of homosexual behaviour as God might not look favorably on me.
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Sexual freedom
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What Representing Men in Divorce Taught Me About Fatherhood

Attorney Marilyn York owns a Men's Rights Family Law Firm in Reno Nevada, established in 2001. She and her ten female employees focus on representing men for two reasons: 1. As her talk explains, fathers are crucial in the upbringing and development of their children; and 2. Fathers are the disadvantaged parent in family court and society and while the laws are improving, the statistics are not. There are currently more than 17,000,000 children growing up in America without their fathers and every year this number is growing. According to the Center for Disease Control, children from fatherless homes account for 90% of homeless and runaway children; 71% of high school dropouts and 63% of youth suicides. Listen to this talk to find out how you can help America's 17,000,000 fatherless children avoid these fates! Marilyn D. York is a Men's Rights Divorce Attorney, licensed in California since 1998 and Nevada since 1999, where she is a Certified Family Law Specialist. Since 2001, Marilyn has owned her law firm in Reno, Nevada, where she and her 9 female employees specifically represent men in divorce and family law battles. Marilyn chose her career because of her passion for children and relationships but most of all, Marilyn is driven to help underdogs. While the laws are improving for men, not all laws are yet gender equal and the interpretation and enforcement of those that are, have a long way to go. Despite her focus on representing men, Marilyn has a deep compassion for women in need as well. It isn't lost on Marilyn that women remain disadvantaged outside Family Court. She serves that need as Board President for a local housing program for homeless young women, Nevada Youth Empowerment Project, or NYEP. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
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How to Get Your Life Together With Wes Watson

On this episode of Inside Look, Bedros sits down with Wes Watson to talk about his experience in prison and how everything in his life has shaped him to be the man he is today. Wes has zero regrets and credits his inner peace to a prison cell. Bedros and Wes discuss prison life and how to grab your life by the reigns! Listen and hear what you can learn from Wes' experience in and out of the penitentiary.

"Outward validation is directly linked to expectations."
"The only thing that really does anything for me, is when I can do it for someone else."
"Depression is a selfish person's disease."
"Adversity introduces a man to himself."
"The way you do something, is the way you do anything."
"You're not going to live long enough to make all the mistakes yourself."
- Wes Watson

Here's what you'll discover:
04:00 - How to look at the problems in your life.
12:50 - Positive self talk comes from stacking wins.
20:16 - Why are you anxious?
21:56 - If your depressed, forget about yourself.
25:42 - How your race plays a big part in prison.
36:22 - Gaining inner peace is the key.
42:33 - Why you should embrace suffering.
43:48 - Keep challenging yourself!

"You have to live through other people's experiences."
"The one thing we can directly have control of is our personal mindset and our health and fitness."
- Bedros Keuilian
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Why I retired early and took my Social Security early at age 62 and moved to the Philippines
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Coach Red Pill and Richard Cooper
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Study shows women are only happy when men are miserable
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Where does self-confidence come from? How do you become confident? How do you stay motivated to succeed even though you don't feel you're better or posses exceptional skills compared to everyone else?
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The problem with faith is that its emotionally driven.
The more you get excited, the more stupid you become.
It is not only found in religion, that exists in conspiracies as well.
It is every man's duty to be skeptical because that basicly means freedom of thought.
These things have a reason, some people will always prefer you to believe them.
Your worship of their idea is a lot of power,
And it will never come in your favor at least not directly.
Most people in the world are not objective.
Most of them tend to believe in nonsense, and worse they have been educated from birth to believe it.
The problem is that it is impossible to
Contrast any particularly historical content and thats creates a strange tree of opinion most of which is driven by interests.
History is similar to belief in this passage.
The point is that faith is useless and is used against us constantly.
So before you decide if the Bible is true or if Hitler was right.
You better ask yourself if this is serves anyone's interest.

Be always skeptical to everything even to this.
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How To Take A Step Back - Jocko Willink
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Fitbits are just like Tamagotchis, except the stupid little animal you have to keep alive is yourself.
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What The Rich Won't Tell You | What Rich People Teach Their Children

Most of us learn habits from authority figures subconsciously. Despite them wanting the best for us most of the time, chances are them passing on habits of the wealthy are very slim unless they are very wealthy themselves.

Speaker: Douglas Kruger
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In 2020, it's considered normal and "empowering" for a girl to whore herself out and sell nudes on the internet so people jack off to them and if you're not okay with that you're a mysogynistic incel.
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Dear United States Dollar:

I am a happily married man with a beautiful family and a secure job. But lately, I'm doubting pretty much everything. Do I really love my wife? Are my kids getting the upbringing they deserve? Did I sell my dreams short? How should I deal with these feelings?

–Stumped In St. Louis
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PTW #8 - Gonzalo Lira - Coach Red Pill

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>That was a great talk. I love CRP and could listen to him for hours. I thought it was funny what you said at the start that you weren't sure if you liked him or not. I thought the same thing. In fact after the first couple videos I watched of his I thought he was batshit crazy. But he speaks the truth. CRP is the kind of guy that will kick you in your nuts, piss all over your face then beat you in the head with the butt of a ak47 in order to get you motivated. He doesn't pull any punches and I like that. Coach can be brutal at times but you know what's a lot more brutal? Living day to day in this world


>I wish I would have had a dad like CRP. I think my dad did love me and he worked and brought home the money and took care of our physical needs but the emotional side was not there. He didn't teach me shit about life, nothing about sex, girls, social skills, economic skills, nothing. He was like you have said many times he was a stick of furniture and I had to go out in this world and learn this shit on my own and I've been a total beta for most of my life and the nicer I have been to people the more I have gotten fucked which I could never understand. Then I became red pilled about a year ago and it all makes sense. I'm almost 50 years old and I am trying to do the work and change but it's hard. I watched a talk that warren buffet gave to some college graduates and he spoke about how important it is to develop good habits early and how difficult it is to change later in life


>Young men have it so great today in the sense that if they didn't have a father to teach them about life like me they have guys like you, CRP, Rollo, and many others on youtube who will be the father they never had. I would have given anything to have had this information 30 years ago
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Men are tired
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What makes for a successful long-term relationship? Sound off.
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Why can't I quit smoking

This is going to sound weird and goes against the normal grain, but it is ridiculously easy to stop smoking.

In fact, you don't actually have to do anything at all- literally…

https://www.quora.com/Why-cant-I-quit-smoking/answer/Steve-O-Boyle
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Advice to Young Men Raised by Single Mothers
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6 ways electronic screen time makes kids angry, depressed and unmotivated.

https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/mental-wealth/201508/screentime-is-making-kids-moody-crazy-and-lazy