Redefining Success

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Post by outcastsuperstar » Fri Sep 10, 2010 9:36 pm

I did this piece back in 2007 and found this gem on HB1. I will note that it's very unlikely I will ever be working for the government, and advocating MGTOW views at school or work is not the best idea.

With that said let's get this thread rolling

Recently I had to turn in a paper about my life story for one of my classes. I am not going to publish every single detail but I will post 3 paragraphs of it because this relates to just about everyone who reads my blog.

Where I am at now is I have to redefine what success is. Crooked politicians, corrupt judges, corrupt lawyers, and women who have neglected good hard working men in favor of exciting bad boys and thugs during their youth have lost their privilege of telling me what a successful life is. For I have no desire being treated as a human wallet, sperm donor, and a life long wage slave. No longer will I need female approval in order for my life to be successful. I am now a liberated man because the truth has set me free.

My goal is to land a government job. This is because with a government job I would only have to work only 40 hours a week instead of 60-80 hours a week. Since I wont be getting married or having a family in this country I am more than happy to make a few less thousand dollars a year where I can find the right balance between work and life. Also, with government, it has great retirement pension benefits so I could work for around 15-20 years and move to another country which doesnt have man hating divorce laws if I wish to have a family in my early 40s.

Because I will no longer give into the overwhelming pressures society likes to put on its men, it means I am going to have more money and more free time for myself. Once I have enough money in the bank, I would like to take vacations to other parts of the world where I can meet women in non westernized societies. After I graduate, I would like to learn Spanish and I will be looking at getting Spanish lessons on CDs. I am still looking into looking at possibly of learning Portuguese as well because I find Brazil to be a very intriguing place. I am interested in possibly taking scuba diving and surfing lessons. I am interested in going paint balling, weight lifting, aerobic activities, hiking, watching baseball and football games, occasionally cook, play pool, go bowling, possibly explore caves, or anything else where I can enjoy life, for I am a liberated man who will be going his own way.

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Post by outcastsuperstar » Fri Sep 10, 2010 9:36 pm

Christopher from Oregon left this comment.

You're a very wise young fella. I opted to go the route you describe. About ten years ago, there was an article in the local newspaper about a leading banker here who, for whatever reason I can't exactly recall, decided to get out of banking, and went to work for the city patching holes in the street. He lives in a very upscale neighborhood about a mile from me, and just decided he was tired of the stress in the business world. They did a major article on him, showing him wearing his bright orange suit working out in the street. I never forgot that story.

I think it motivated me when I was in my twenties beating myself to death in college, when it finally dawned on me "What the hell am I doing with my life? This is NOT fun."

I hated it. Most of the classes were useless. Philosophy. Sociology. Political Science. Psychology. Economics (of the socialist variety). On and on it went.

I work for the government now, make just under $60,000 a year, (can make much more if I work more overtime) and have a butt-full of benefits. Plus, a damned good retirement. Don't let the anti-labor boobs guilt you into not going in this direction. Milk this bloody damned Matriarchy for all it's worth.

I spend upwards of eighty percent of my net pay on my Harleys. No kidding. My married neighbors are green with jealousy, and their wives, while polite, wish I would drop in a hole somewhere.

Am I bragging? Damn betcha'. But, as a bachelor-in-training, you of all people understand my motivations. If I can convince young men that if they can just stay single through their twenties, a life of leisure and pleasure awaits them. It's just that simple. Get a government job, buy toys, avoid Vagina-Beasties, and live this wonderful life you have ahead of you.

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Post by outcastsuperstar » Fri Sep 10, 2010 9:37 pm

Anonymous said...
Christopher & I have taken similar paths but under different circumstances. Yet the end result it that from the accumulated wisdom of our experience , we can observe that you are making a solid decision.

I wasn't so interested in avoiding pussy. Just that circumstances, now remedied, made it unavoidable .. seemingly. There was for me, some considerable pain in the absence of a physical relationship. Real pain.
However, a good part of that "pain" was self induced by accepting the matrix-acal view of the world and incorporating that thinking into what I " should be ".

You have fortuitously avoided ( negated ? ) that aspect by having awareness that we didn't have. How much easier it would have been had I had your knowledge then !

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Post by outcastsuperstar » Fri Sep 10, 2010 9:37 pm

Here is a comment made by systems1082.

I second this. Good job for writing the truth and not some pathetic "what they want to hear" crap. One of my classes the professor asked each of us to define success and the crap that the manginas were spewing was as bad as the little princesses wanting a baby, big house, rich husband. I said success to me is freedom, the freedom of not having some woman hold me back, take half my assets and the freedom to tell a woman NO. The class was silent, the professor (mangina) was puzzled and one woman came up to me after class and told me she wished she understood what I said 20 years ago because her marriage would still be intact.

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Post by outcastsuperstar » Fri Sep 10, 2010 9:37 pm

Here is a comment by williemolson on the Don't Get Married Board.

Outcast, I couldn't agree with you more. I work in state government in the state I live in for precisely the reason you articulated in your assignment. Thirty-five hour work week, defined-benefit pension, health care coverage, and plenty of leisure time. I got into an Ivy League law school, a medical school, could have gone to Harvard Med, and got into a good business school. Worked as a corporate executive for a time. What I thought to myself is, why be a workaholic, shorten my life, negatively impact my personal well-being, etc. To impress people? No matter who you are, and what you accomplish, in a quintillion years, you, your progeny, and your accomplishments will be forgotten. I decided in the 80s to live my life to the fullest, and to live it in a humanistic fashion. Good job outcast, good job.

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Post by outcastsuperstar » Fri Sep 10, 2010 9:38 pm

I can say it was a blessing in disguise I didn't start seeing the big picture until I was 23. By then I have been in college for five years and only had two semesters to go. Now that I am only 3 1/2 months away from getting a business degree, I intend to finish what I have started. Had I known what I had known when I was 18, I would probably just learn a trade like plumbing or an electrician etc.


On regards to women. Despite STD's risks I won't discourage men from traveling outside the country. They are much better off having sex with women outside this country than inside this country.

Even at the Tijuana brothels, the women there do have to get tested once a month or else they will lose their health cards. As far as I am concern they are less of a risk then sleeping with a corporate whore.

If one is going to put themselves at risk. At the very least they should be doing it with supermodel hot 18-20 year old women at the Rio Termas, the German Brothels etc rather than by some 30+ year old carrer woman. Also, inside the USA, you have to deal with potential harassment suits, false rape, and violence allegations, and the pregnancy trap, as well as the STD's risks and the women for the average guy aren't nearly as physically attractive as what they can attain outside the USA.

With these places one can experience super model hot women without the hideous commitment.

As Christopher Oregon said Women hate the men they are romantically involved with. It is better not to get in a relationship with them.

After all (stealing a phrase from the no marriage site)

If it flies, floats, or fucks, your better off renting it.

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Post by outcastsuperstar » Fri Sep 10, 2010 9:38 pm

Christopher in Oregon said...
I think one of the wisest things that my dear departed Mother told me was that, and I quote: "Sex is the most over-rated act in the world."

Truer words were never spoken. Men are brainwashed by the Matriarchy to think they can't live without sex. This is sooo not true. I have had a few very minor sexual experiences when young, but only once did I try intercourse. I was 21, horny as all get out, and was seduced by a fellow Mormon woman who had just ditched her husband.

I remember thinking as we went to her bedroom that bells were going to ring, angels would sing....

Crap.

One thing I didn't count on was that when a woman has had two or more children (she had three) her vagina becomes hopelessly loose. You could have marched Napoleon's army six abreast through that cavity. A slight exaggeration, but there I was, in my prime, pounding away desperately trying to get some sort of friction going. I would have had to be hung like a telephone pole to get any enjoyment. Even then, the absurdity of the situation was glaringly obvious.

You see, there's special reason most women cut their husbands off from sex after they have given birth to their little treasures. More often than not, they become sexually useless.

Talk about having sex with a corpse.

Speaking of corpses, this brings me to the issue of feminine hygeine, in particularly the strong odors that emenate from the vaginal cavity.

Ick.

This woman, in all other respects, was the model homemaker, in terms of cleanliness, anyway. Her home was immaculate, and so was she. A pity her fastidiousness didn't apply to her gash down south. When she disrobed, I remember the smell from several feet away. I had never been near a naked woman, being a good Mormon, so I didn't know what to think. I was stunned. Not so stunned that I would lose my erection, but nobody had told me about THAT.

So, she flopped down on the bed and I went to work. Since the Mormons couldn't get me to go on a mission, I thought I would make up for it by trying it missionary style, thereby atoning for my sins.

"Houston, we have a problem."

Now, I may not be the most well-endowed man on earth, but I could have invited all of my buddies and half the neighborhood over, and we could have all found room inside of her. This wasn't working, and she knew it, so she tried riding me. Still no good. She finished me with a hand-job, and I remeber thinking for days afterwards that "Hell, I could have done that much for myself. Without the smell."

This experience had a profound effect on how I viewed women and sexual relations. To this day I can remember that smell like it just happened. The word "rancid" doesn't do it justice.

I recall the words in Matthew Fitzgeralds' book, "Sex-ploytation" when he describes some famous man in the mid-1800's, who on his wedding night, walked in to the bedroom and saw his wife lying there naked, her crotch "pelted in pubic hair". The sight so revolted him, that he walked away and became an avid masturbator for the rest of his life.

I understand.

Men have been conditioned to believe that women are beautiful, and that they can't live without that beauty. I believe it was Schopenauer, or possibly Menkin, (I can't recall which) who stated that a woman's body, as deformed as it is, is NOT a thing of beauty. Esther Vilar, God bless her, took the issue much further, and said:

"What is a man to do with a woman when the smooth curves have become flabby tires of flesh, the skin slack and pallid, when the childish tones have grown shrill, and the laughter sounds like neighing? What is to become of this shrew when her face no longer atones for her ceaseless inanities and when the cires of "ooh" and "Ah" begin to drive him out of his mind? This mummified "child" will never fire a man's erotic fantasy again."

Further she states:

It is lucky for the adult woman that men do not consider themselves beautiful, since most men are beautiful. Their smooth bodies, kept trim by hard work, their strong shoulders, their muscular legs.....overshadow those of women completely, even in a purely animal sense. .....as a result of their inertia, women's bodies decay and, after the age of fifty, they are nothing but indifferent heaps of human cells. (One has only to observe a fifty-year-old housewife on the street and compare her appearance with that of a man of the same age."

More:

"Grown women, as a rule ugly creatures..."

Even more:

"..men, whose desire for knowledge is unbounded in every other field, are really totally blind to these facts, that they are incapable of seeing women as they really are: with nothing else to offer but a vagina, two breasts, and some punch cards with idle, stereotyped chatter; that they are nothing more than conglomerations of matter, lumps of stuffed human skin pretending to be thinking human beings."

A man's youthful sex drive blinds himself to the reality that a woman only briefly has any physical beauty. It disappears like a vapor, and he is left with....walking death.

Christopher

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Post by outcastsuperstar » Fri Sep 10, 2010 9:39 pm

"A man's youthful sex drive blinds himself to the reality that a woman only briefly has any physical beauty. It disappears like a vapor, and he is left with....walking death."

Exactly! This is why I don't advise my readers to get into long term relationships.

Since you love the "Predatory Female", I remember reading along the lines, the most honest transaction a man can make with a woman is by renting a high class prostitue. Because both parties are offering something in a trade. In fact Martin Lawerence tells his readers if they are really horny and need to get laid renting a high class prostitute is their best option.

This is also why I am not against regulated brothels in other countries. Because they are full with 18-20 year old super model hot women and one can enjoy them while their beauty is brief. You won't have to be in a relationship with them once their beauty goes down hill.

Once their beauty goes down hill, the brothels will probably fire these women and employ new hot 18-20 super model hot women.

In essence one can enjoy the beauty of a woman while they are at their peek while not having to get into a hideous relationship.

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Post by outcastsuperstar » Fri Sep 10, 2010 9:40 pm

Here is something written by uzername on the Don't Get Married Board.

This is the way to go. Live simple and reduce stress. Maybe go hard for 10yrs then get out.

Work is over rated. There is so much more to life.

Living for yourself and not sacrificing yourself in the pursuit of pointless consumerism/materialism/accumulation scares the crap outta everyone who relies on us to keep the wheels turning.

It especially scares women, who instinctively know that a man who wont sacrifice himself to work beyond his personal requirements is of no use to her motherhood and family. They get very upset about the so-called peter pans, the slackers, the cruisers, the unambitious.

It threatens their existence.

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Post by outcastsuperstar » Fri Sep 10, 2010 9:40 pm

Here is a comment made by systems1082 on the Don't Get Married Board.

I recently retired and it bothers women to no end. They all say "you're too young to retire" like there's some age limit a man has to work to. What bothers women the most is that I'm happy.

I've heard a woman tell her friend she hates when one of her friend's has something she doesn't. Women hate when other people are happy.

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Post by outcastsuperstar » Fri Sep 10, 2010 9:40 pm

Here is a comment made by janus on the Don't Get Married Board.

"Women hate when other people are happy."

Systems 1082

They hate it more that you don't need them to be happy. They hate the fact they know you are serious, and they really aren't needed. Their power is useless, they can't control you, and underneath it deeply troubles them that you, a male, are beyond their influence.

To me success is simply being happy. I don't know if a female is required for that to happen. I don't even know what would make me happy in life. I guess I'll have to figure it out one day.

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Post by outcastsuperstar » Fri Sep 10, 2010 9:41 pm

Here is a comment made by 1ofstrength.

"Women hate when other people are happy."

Systems1082

"They hate it more that you don't need them to be happy."

Janus

Bingo! You guys have nailed it. The best revenge is living well.

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Post by outcastsuperstar » Fri Sep 10, 2010 9:41 pm

Christopher in Oregon said...
Outcast;

Let me share a funny story with you. I usually go through Harley's every six months, and it's only recently that I have kept any of them for any length of time. I've had my Electra Glide just over two years, and my beloved Softail for about a year. For commuting, I have a really sweet Kymco People 250 scooter. A man sized scooter. Plus, an almost new Honda Civic with a spiffy sunroof that I never use 'cuz I hate cars. But, it filled a hole in the garage. So, I'm pretty set for toys.

Before I bought the Softail, I had the VRSC-B. (V-Rod) One day I was polishing the Glide, V-Rod, and the scooter. All were lined up shining in the sun in my driveway.

My neighbor, Mary, came over with her daughter who is 22, and quite cute. (too young, I know) Mary wanted to see the bikes, as both the Glide and V-Rod had been recently customized at great expense. She has been nagging at me for two years to give her ride.

Now, aside from my comments on the internet, I am very quiet about my personal money matters, and not inclined to brag-ever- unless it's for a specific purpose such as irritating married women. The opportunity quickly presented itself.

Mary and her daughter were admiring the bikes, and she (Mary)blurted out "How much money do you have in these bikes?"

Now, ordinarily, I would have tactfully said something like, "Well, more than I can afford", or something to that effect. I would have been discreet and downplayed it. Good manners, and all that. But, I know she has made her husband's life a living hell for years, and he has told me so in no uncertain terms.

So, I pointed at the Electra Glide and said "Well, I've got just under $30,000 in this one", and then pointed to the V-Rod, and said "This one has about $27,000, give or take." Both figures were quite accurate, and the bikes looked it.

The jaws on both mother and daughter flew open, and they were speechless. The daughter (damned if I can remember her name) squeaked "Reeealllly?"

I was on a roll, so I said "It's one of the joys of being a bachelor!", and then smiled innocently. Trust me, as warped as it may sound, there is nothing quite like rubbing salt in an open wound......

If you play your cards right, you will have many, many opportunities to irritate the bloody hell out of married women, and believe me, it feels so good. Too good, actually. Some things are actually more fun than an orgasm....

Christopher

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Post by outcastsuperstar » Fri Sep 10, 2010 9:42 pm

Here is a comment made by bobx on the Don't Get Married Board.

"It especially scares women, who instinctively know that a man who wont sacrifice himself to work beyond his personal requirements is of no use to her motherhood and family. They get very upset about the so-called peter pans, the slackers, the cruisers, the unambitious."

uzername

But they have no problem with sleeping around with slackers when they're in their teens/early 20s.

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Post by outcastsuperstar » Fri Sep 10, 2010 9:43 pm

Here is another comment made by bobx on the Don't Get Married Board.

"I recently retired and it bothers women to no end. They all say "you're too young to retire" like there's some age limit a man has to work to. What bothers women the most is that I'm happy.

I've heard a woman tell her friend she hates when one of her friend's has something she doesn't. Women hate when other people are happy."

systems1082


You're 100% correct. I go out of my way to keep my dealings with them to a minimum. There's a goofy woman in the office who can't stand it because I'm content with my work and have no interest whatsoever in her. She'll sometimes goes out of her way to play games in the office and interfere with my productivity (and others). I try to avoid her.

I've noticed that many women hate guys who work hard and get ahead while they (and those in their social circle) fuck around, party all the time, and remain stagnant. Then they whine when they don't receive the promotions at work, make more money, etc. They don't seem to comprehend that instant gratification does not equal long term results.

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Post by vze3t8xi » Wed Jul 08, 2015 1:11 am

That's a great idea. A government job makes more sense nowadays than working in corporate America. It's "secure" and offer a full range of benefits as opposed to the corporate world. You work 40 hours, make decent pay, and get lots of vacation time. Best of all, a perfect work/life balance. I'd consider it.

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