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    I don't know, the outdoor skating rinks are open...

    I don't know, the outdoor skating rinks are open in Chicago. Something about diving now up here seems a bridge too far for me!

    I am planning on finally getting certified in January, but I'm going...
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    While the verdicts seem right to me legally,...

    While the verdicts seem right to me legally, there is a repeating theme in these cases where people do stupid things that precipitate bad results from others. And while their stupid acts don't waive...
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    IL- not bad but too easy, there really is only...

    IL- not bad but too easy, there really is only one place to go
    GA- OK but depends on your preference, love the area around Chattanooga but Savanah would have been an equally good choice in a...
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    Wow. My parking space in Chicago was almost that...

    Wow. My parking space in Chicago was almost that much. And it's not decorated at all.
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    It's much easier to disparage other people's...

    It's much easier to disparage other people's failures to give you the things you want than to take responsibility for providing them for yourself. So hey, set the bar high so you can just complain...
  6. Thread: Atlanta, GA

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    I lived in Atlanta for 25 years, including a 3...

    I lived in Atlanta for 25 years, including a 3 year stretch less than a half mile from the CDC. PM me if you have any specific questions. Cheers.
  7. Thread: New England

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    My favorite place in New England for architecture...

    My favorite place in New England for architecture is Newport RI. Highly recommend a trip down the next time you are in the neighborhood.
  8. Lot's of interesting conversations here: ...

    Lot's of interesting conversations here:

    https://www.reddit.com/r/datingoverthirty/
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    Seems like the 2019 version of Lock Her Up, meant...

    Seems like the 2019 version of Lock Her Up, meant for consumption by motivated primary voters.
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    Genetic propagation may be a subtext, but not...

    Genetic propagation may be a subtext, but not based on attitude. What they incels would tell you is that we have moved from a social system of forced pairing back to the natural order. Women flock...
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    I think PUA has been pushed to the corners,...

    I think PUA has been pushed to the corners, authenticity seems to outshine manipulation, even when it requires transformation.
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    Well, the result is the same, but Incel is...

    Well, the result is the same, but Incel is "involuntarily celibate" so it's a matter of choice in how you got there.

    And red pill is not politically correct, it is purely about effectiveness,...
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    Obviously not Rob, but I don't think that article...

    Obviously not Rob, but I don't think that article does a very good job of explaining. Red pill is about the revelation that women don't act or respond optimally to the behaviors men are taught by...
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    MGTOW and Men's Rights would be opposite ends of...

    MGTOW and Men's Rights would be opposite ends of a spectrum, but are traceable along a single arc of responses to a perceived societal bias. RP is really just a politically incorrect, amoral system...
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    Men's rights and red pill do occasionally...

    Men's rights and red pill do occasionally intersect in the manosphere, but really they can be quite distinct, and I would say the majority of red pill philosophers eschew MRM altogether. So...
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    Maybe. I live in downtown Chicago. Quick math...

    Maybe. I live in downtown Chicago. Quick math tells me I am paying about 1.5% a year in property tax. That of course could go up but it is not much more than the 1.2% I paid in Georgia or...
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    https://youtu.be/8p8Ni1sXBLk

    https://youtu.be/8p8Ni1sXBLk
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    Indeed. For years the operating principle was...

    Indeed. For years the operating principle was deferred gratification, i.e. resisting a smaller but more immediate reward in order to receive a larger reward later. I don't know if there is a...
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    I just kicked Joe Dominguez in the nuts

    So I started with simple living back in the early 90s. I think with Elaine St James but it was really YMOYL and this forum (I started with the predecessor forum in the mid 90s) that shaped my views...
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    I like my current arrangement. I split my time...

    I like my current arrangement. I split my time between Chicago and Atlanta. In the spring/summer/fall I spend most of my time in Chicago. In the winter more in Atlanta. But Atlanta does have a...
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    So I guess this is part of the don't apologize to...

    So I guess this is part of the don't apologize to anyone approach, but given the recent dust up over the Holocaust memorial statement failing to mention Jews it doesn't look like they are going to go...
  22. Thread: TPP DOA

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    I think it's less about the ideal than the better...

    I think it's less about the ideal than the better of the the viable alternatives.



    For all the talk of confronting China, we just ceded home field advantage.
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    Meh, same for us in Chicago. :laff:

    Meh, same for us in Chicago.





    :laff:
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    Giuliani jumped the shark this year too.

    Giuliani jumped the shark this year too.
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    My guess is most of the early benefit falls to...

    My guess is most of the early benefit falls to the rich folks. Passing tax reform- quick. Repealing the ACA- quick. But finding a good replacement for the ACA? Not quick. The biggest benefit...
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