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Old 05-19-2018, 05:55 PM   #31
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Old 05-19-2018, 06:03 PM   #32
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I do believe in god. I simply think religions are mans best way to try and describe the spiritual forces that are prevalent in existence .

I'm a good person though. My main problem is that society is getting too soft. You have these crying centers for students upset about a Republican president winning an election and these people are gonna wilt the second life shits on em. The worlds a stone-cold place. I don't see the sense in pretending it's not and catering to some utopia mindset that isn't based in reality.

In most cases, being fat is a sign of weakness. It shows a lack of impulse control or shows that someone is simply lazy. Either way, it shows a lack of self awareness or lack of self discipline in a person which at the least is a sign of ones character flaws. That's totally fine though. We're all flawed beings, but we need to be frank about reality. No need to sugar coat things.
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Old 05-19-2018, 06:12 PM   #33
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if being fat is in most cases a sign of weakness and shows a lack of self awareness or self discipline, what would you say that

being a 30something alcoholic who doesn't get a high school diploma is, exactly?

talk about being frank about reality - I love being frank about reality. the reality is you are a shitstain, and you know it. why the need to sugarcoat it and tell yourself you are a good person? is reality too hard to accept? would you like a crying center for snowflakes who can't face what utter failure their life is?

how do you like being frank about reality now.

 
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I do believe in god. I simply think religions are mans best way to try and describe the spiritual forces that are prevalent in existence .

I'm a good person though. My main problem is that society is getting too soft. You have these crying centers for students upset about a Republican president winning an election and these people are gonna wilt the second life shits on em. The worlds a stone-cold place. I don't see the sense in pretending it's not and catering to some utopia mindset that isn't based in reality.

In most cases, being fat is a sign of weakness. It shows a lack of impulse control or shows that someone is simply lazy. Either way, it shows a lack of self awareness or lack of self discipline in a person which at the least is a sign of ones character flaws. That's totally fine though. We're all flawed beings, but we need to be frank about reality. No need to sugar coat things.
You choose to be fucking stupid though, no need to sugar coat things

 
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Old 05-19-2018, 06:26 PM   #35
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guys, you see the beauty of being this stupid is that you can convince yourself that moral failings are only moral failings when they belong to others, and your own moral failings are virtues which actually make you better than everyone else. I mean why actually bother to put in the work to become an educated person when you can just convince yourself being stupid makes you smarter than an imaginary bogeyman class of evil conniving professional educators, researchers, and writers who are turning the kids into gay socialists with their vaguely defined mind control anti-white, anti-masculine agenda

 
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Old 05-19-2018, 06:28 PM   #36
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I mean doesn't that sound much more likely than fuzzyroes is just an idiot who resents people who are better and smarter than he is and thus hides inside a mental fantasy world where all his prejudices and biases are correct?

 
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Old 05-19-2018, 08:47 PM   #37
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you don't need to hate fat people, fuzzy. we already hate ourselves enough.

here's my fat person story:

i've always been overweight, even when i was an athlete until high school. i had IBS bad and didn't eat much. but I was always overweight dipping into obese until i was about 22.
at about 22 my depression got super bad. i was never a big eater but i ate very little. i lost about 30 lbs. i was like 180, still. now i know this was probably due to undiagnosed hypothyroidism, which has since been diagnosed. there was absolutely no reason i should have been overweight.

around 26 years old (2010) i started feeling somewhat better and all of a sudden, for the first time in my life, i didn't have the shits after every meal and things started tasting good. i also stopped using hard drugs at this point, but i still smoked a ton of weed. i gained like 100lbs in the next two years, i was like 300 lbs

at this point i freaked out and started eating perfectly, tons of salad, lean meat, just a perfect lower-calorie diet with a shit ton of vegetables. i lost about 50 lbs and i felt fucking awesome. my depression was in remission, too. so now it's mid-2012, when i moved into this apartment

since 2012 i've gained about 150 lbs. yes, 150. obviously i'm addicted to food. but when you read about eating disorders it's mostly obsession over food, when and what the next meal will (or won't) be, etc. i don't really do that. i just eat whatever. and for a while, when i was less depressed, i still put some effort into preparing food. sometime in the past few years i lost that will completely and i almost never cook anything. thus, the weight. i eat prepared things and don't cook anything or even really put ingredients together besides maybe a sandwich. and this is the result.

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Old 05-19-2018, 08:56 PM   #38
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i see myself as basically a non-person and people treat me that way, too, until they know me. super obese people are so visible they become less than invisible, somehow

 
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Old 05-20-2018, 01:33 AM   #39
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Ericka you are one of the best people and worthy people on this earth, fuck tha mainstream! ������

 
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Old 05-20-2018, 02:24 AM   #40
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yeah reprise you rock. super smart and super kind.

 
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Old 05-20-2018, 09:40 PM   #41
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if being fat is in most cases a sign of weakness and shows a lack of self awareness or self discipline, what would you say that

being a 30something alcoholic who doesn't get a high school diploma is, exactly?

talk about being frank about reality - I love being frank about reality. the reality is you are a shitstain, and you know it. why the need to sugarcoat it and tell yourself you are a good person? is reality too hard to accept? would you like a crying center for snowflakes who can't face what utter failure their life is?

how do you like being frank about reality now.
I've nipped my alcohol addiction in the bud. It was a mental failing from me as I was using it as a crutch, but I'm intelligent enough to know why I was doing it. It's these addicts who are unaware of their madness who showcase a particularly low IQ.

I think you're putting too much stock into the merits of a high-school diploma. I'm an avid bookworm and there's resources available to educate myself in any field I chose without crippling myself with a lifetime full of debt. I mean, you can look no further than this very forum to see people who spent a fortune on schooling and seemingly can't hold or find a job in that field. So it begs asking what good does it really do in the long run? The Omega Concern had a great phrase about people who never went to post secondary school but it's slipping my mind ATM.

 
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Old 05-20-2018, 09:43 PM   #42
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You choose to be fucking stupid though, no need to sugar coat things
I was undoubtedly a really dumb teenager and young adult, but I'm doing my best to change that.

 
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Old 05-20-2018, 09:49 PM   #43
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you don't need to hate fat people, fuzzy. we already hate ourselves enough.

here's my fat person story:

i've always been overweight, even when i was an athlete until high school. i had IBS bad and didn't eat much. but I was always overweight dipping into obese until i was about 22.
at about 22 my depression got super bad. i was never a big eater but i ate very little. i lost about 30 lbs. i was like 180, still. now i know this was probably due to undiagnosed hypothyroidism, which has since been diagnosed. there was absolutely no reason i should have been overweight.

around 26 years old (2010) i started feeling somewhat better and all of a sudden, for the first time in my life, i didn't have the shits after every meal and things started tasting good. i also stopped using hard drugs at this point, but i still smoked a ton of weed. i gained like 100lbs in the next two years, i was like 300 lbs

at this point i freaked out and started eating perfectly, tons of salad, lean meat, just a perfect lower-calorie diet with a shit ton of vegetables. i lost about 50 lbs and i felt fucking awesome. my depression was in remission, too. so now it's mid-2012, when i moved into this apartment

since 2012 i've gained about 150 lbs. yes, 150. obviously i'm addicted to food. but when you read about eating disorders it's mostly obsession over food, when and what the next meal will (or won't) be, etc. i don't really do that. i just eat whatever. and for a while, when i was less depressed, i still put some effort into preparing food. sometime in the past few years i lost that will completely and i almost never cook anything. thus, the weight. i eat prepared things and don't cook anything or even really put ingredients together besides maybe a sandwich. and this is the result.
Reprise, do you partake in any fitness activities? That really is what I would strongly recommend doing. Physical fitness is great for a healthy mood balance and then afterwards you can enjoy in a love for food because of all the energy you burned. I know fitness can seem daunting, but you can start off just going on a jog once or twice a week and it really starts to become addicting and gets easier the more you do it. There's no doubt in my mind that going on jogs or runs would help with your depression, hell it's basically scientifically proven. Why not do yourself a favor and give it a try?


But really, once you get into your 40's and 50's you really gotta watch your diet and try to stay in physical shape or else you're gonna have a ton of health problems. It just takes determination and strong mental will to make a change.

 
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Old 05-20-2018, 09:57 PM   #44
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one way ticket straight to hell, bud

 
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Old 05-20-2018, 10:02 PM   #45
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Stop trolling me hombre.

What exactly are you taking offense with now?

 
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No kidding. My god.

 
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Old 05-20-2018, 10:12 PM   #47
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have you thought about whether hell is hot or cold, it will suck for you either way because you're from the northwest?

 
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Reprise I know I’m not around a ton but I think we’d have a lot talk about.

 
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I've nipped my alcohol addiction in the bud. It was a mental failing from me as I was using it as a crutch, but I'm intelligent enough to know why I was doing it.
that's honestly great to hear, how long have you been completely sober, have you gotten to 3 months with zero alcohol yet? congrats!

as for crippling debt: a highschool diploma will cost you what, 200 bucks for the exam?
it's no a sign of IQ or anything else, it's simply in 99% of the cases the only way to find a job that pays halfway decent. no hr department gives a single shit what books you have read.

once you get into your 40ies and 50ies, how do you see yourself getting a job that pays above minimum wage without a highschool diploma? I take it you have no plans to ever have family then? not even a family of 2 - as in a partner, a home that is big enough for 2, nothing?

 
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have you thought about whether hell is hot or cold, it will suck for you either way because you're from the northwest?
Physical fitness is the answer to a lot of human ills. This much is proven. I don't see why it makes me a bad guy to be a proponent for it.

 
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that's honestly great to hear, how long have you been completely sober, have you gotten to 3 months with zero alcohol yet? congrats!

as for crippling debt: a highschool diploma will cost you what, 200 bucks for the exam?
it's no a sign of IQ or anything else, it's simply in 99% of the cases the only way to find a job that pays halfway decent. no hr department gives a single shit what books you have read.

once you get into your 40ies and 50ies, how do you see yourself getting a job that pays above minimum wage without a highschool diploma? I take it you have no plans to ever have family then? not even a family of 2 - as in a partner, a home that is big enough for 2, nothing?
On my resume I say that I have a high-school education. No one's ever checked and I don't think they ever will. It's not something that is of a big concern to companies when you reach adulthood.

 
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And yes, I definitely plan of having kids. I absolutely love children. I know I'm going to be an awesome dad. I'm just waiting till I figure out my financial situation.

 
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Physical fitness is the answer to a lot of human ills. This much is proven. I don't see why it makes me a bad guy to be a proponent for it.
how does it feel to purposely act as stupid as you can all the time? sure, it makes you feel like your behavior is justified because you are convincing yourself you have an excuse, you can't do better, but deep down you know you're acting like a retard to get off the hook for being a seriously shitty human being. Does that make you feel good? Will it feel awesome to be acting this way at 40? Howabout at 50?

 
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ah I see, so you state you have a diploma that you don't, you lie on your official cv which is btw fraud.

cool, so you can move up from your warehouse job any time then, and support a family for the next 30 years? congrats. what's your goal after your current job, or do you see yourself spending the next 35 years in that?

because yes, the financial situation to raise children is nothing you exactly can "figure out" and find a magic jackpot - you simply need the income, and that long-term.


where was that addicition thread btw, I think we need to throw a party that fuzzy has been stone cold sober for weeks and months and finally kicked the alcohol addiction in the butt.
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How do you think that will affect your future kids? How do you think they will turn out, being raised by someone such as yourself? You think they will grow up to be proud of their dad? For being a racist? A misogynist? A fat shaming Islamophobic trans-terrified bigot who lies about having a high school diploma on his resume?

 
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@ RBG's thoughts 2 posts above: Not sure what you're trying to imply.

If Reprise was actually your friend, you guys would express a little concern from time to time. Gaining 150 pounds in 5 years is shocking. I don't think I've seen anyone once try and motivate her to do better in this regard.

I should clarify by saying, that I'm not a skinny person. I got up to 225 pounds recently with a huge gut and big bitch-tits. I've only recently gotten into physical fitness again and honestly, my mood stability has been a lot better and I can already notice the positive results that it's having on me. So I'm not being disingenuous. I used to be 150 pounds when I was 20. I know how weight gain can creep up on you when you're spiraling.

 
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Not sure what you're trying to imply.
Yeah, you are actually, but you keep trying to self-justify your own awfulness.

 
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ah I see, so you state you have a diploma that you don't, you lie on your official cv which is btw fraud.

cool, so you can move up from your warehouse job any time then, and support a family for the next 30 years? congrats. what's your goal after your current job, or do you see yourself spending the next 35 years in that?

because yes, the financial situation to raise children is nothing you exactly can "figure out" and find a magic jackpot - you simply need the income, and that long-term.


where was that addicition thread btw, I think we need to throw a party that fuzzy has been stone cold sober for weeks and months and finally kicked the alcohol addiction in the butt.
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My goal is to be a professional sports handicapper, and honestly it's been going good. I can't live off of it yet, but I've been making a steady profit for the last 2-3 years

 
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How do you think that will affect your future kids? How do you think they will turn out, being raised by someone such as yourself? You think they will grow up to be proud of their dad? For being a racist? A misogynist? A fat shaming Islamophobic trans-terrified bigot
None of these traits are me. If you mentioned this to my friends they'd all laugh and call you crazy.

 
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gambling, to sustain children? great idea. what could go wrong.

still curious though, what is the party for - 3 months off alcohol or 6? I don't think there is a party prior to that, but I am all for parties.


good thread, makes me happy to see when someone succeeds to beat an addiction.

 
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