Showing posts with label MGTOW. Show all posts
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Wednesday, 11 July 2018

Odd-Man Hypothesis : Far-Off Men and The Eternal Father


By the 30th Century, Human Society was Highly Compartmentalised....


SpaceTech ROGIN : 
You know what'll happen when you cut that lock.

Teeth+Curls : 
There's no point in both of us being killed by the blast - 
Get into The Ark, man. 

SpaceTech ROGIN: 
You don't want trouble with the space technician's union, Doctor. 

Teeth+Curls : 
What? 

** THUMP **

SpaceTech ROGIN: 
That's My Job. 



The “Odd-Man Hypothesis” is a fictional hypothesis which states that unmarried men are better able to execute the best, most dispassionate decisions in crises—in this case, to disarm the nuclear weapon intended to prevent the escape of organisms from the laboratory in the event the auto-destruct sequence is initiated. In the novel, the Odd-Man explanation is a page in a RAND Corporation report of the results of test series wherein different people were to make command decisions in nuclear and biological wars and chemical crises.

Hall is briefed on the Hypothesis after his arrival at Wildfire. In the book, his copy of the briefing materials has the Hypothesis pages removed; in the film, he is criticized for failure to read the material ahead of time.

Dr. Hall is assumed to have the highest “command decision effectiveness index” among the Wildfire team; this is the reason why he is given a control key to the self-destruct mechanism. Hall initially derides this idea, saying he has no intention of committing suicide before he is told that it is his job to disarm the weapon, rather than to arm it: Stone then admits that the Odd-Man Hypothesis, while accurate (in the confines of the book), was essentially a false document used to justify handing over a nuclear weapon to private individuals and out of government control.

Tuesday, 17 April 2018

The Man Law



If You Could Write a Rulebook for Being a Man, what "Man Law" Would You Write?




The Law: 


1. Encourage children through play.

2.Promote the best in people.

3. Keep the sacred fire burning.

4. Guard the women and children from harm.

5. Confront the eternal adversary. 

6. Build the crystal palace.

7. Confront death with courage and return.

8. Dare to cut down a tree.

9. Offer your sons up as a sacrifice to God.

8. Protect your daughters from exploitation.

9. Store up wealth for the future.

10. Consult the ancestral spirits.

11. Read great books.

12. Speak the truth about unpleasant things.

13. Pay close attention.

14. Make a worthy temple for the Lord.

15. Keep the howling winds of winter at bay.

16. Stand up for the oppressed.

17. Be a prince of peace.

18. Don’t be too civilized.

19. Organize yourself with other men

20. Be faithful to your wife.

21. Be hospitable to friends and strangers.

22. Rout the wolves and chase the lions so the shepherds can eat.

23. Establish a destination – and a path.

24. Bring heaven to earth.

25. Take on the sins of the world.

26. Dig the wells and mine the gold and copper.

27. Gather everyone to the banquet.

28. Grow up and take responsibility.

29. Resist pride in all things.




Wednesday, 11 April 2018

What Should You Say to a Callow Youth with Two Black Eyes...?



First thing Tyler yells is, "The first rule about fight club is you don't talk about fight club.

"The second rule about fight club", Tyler yells, "is you don't talk about fight club."

Indeed, What can  you say to him - he's already been told twice.
He's quite clearly Truly Incorrigable.

 IF YOU HIDE YOUR IGNORANCE, NO-ONE WILL HIT YOU, AND YOU WILL NEVER LEARN.

Q : WHY is the Second Rule of Fight Club "You Do Not Talk About Fight Club."?


A : Because only a Generation of Men raised by Women would have to be told twice.


Me, I knew my dad for about six years, but I don't remember anything. My dad, he starts a new family in a new town about every six years. This isn't so much like a family as it is like he is setting up a franchise.

What you see at fight club is a generation of men raised by women.

My father never went to college so it was really important that I go to college. After college, I called him long distance and said, now what?

My dad didn't know.

When I got a job and turned twenty-five, long distance, I said, now what? My dad didn't know, so he said, get married.

I'm a thirty-year old boy, and I am wondering if another woman is really the answer I need.