I'm fated to always be right......(apparently)

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Post by christopheroregon » Sun Jan 23, 2011 1:32 pm

Gawd, it's hard to be humble, when you're perfect in every way....

The lyrics to that old country song have been ringing through my head the last few days, and all because I've been proven right, yet again.

Sigh.

An old acquaintance of mine, a rabidly devout religious type named Paul (yes, his parents named him after THAT Paul) has always opposed my views on marriage and women. You know the type: marriage is ordained of God, women are good, pure (just like the virgin Mary, doncha know!)

He's been married for nigh onto twenty years, four kids, nice house and he's some sort of accountant, but not a regular CPA. Something to do with being a CMA I believe. I'm not sure. Anyhoo, he does all right. A classic "good provider".

He's always cited his personal example that good marriages DO happen, and that I'm just a "sour, cynical, bitter, hateful misogynist" whose life would be immeasurable improved if I "would just humble myself and let the Lord guide a woman into my life."

Huh.

Well, lo and behold! It's a miracle.

What? I got married? You know better than that, you little bastards.

No, it would seem that St. Paul found his wife in bed with.......

His neighbor and his wife.

Now, I can't share any juicy details as, of course, poor old Paul isn't giving out any but the barest details. All anyone outside the immediate family knows is that Paul's beloved wife and the mother of his children has been carrying on an affair with the couple next door.

Whoda thunk it possible.

Paul is trying very hard make it work, but apparently his wife has changed her address to...next door. She has taken up residence with the same couple next door that she has been carrying on her clandestine activities with while Paul was away dong what he does best: "providing".

Now I certainly wish him and his the best. I hope it all works out. But, being the misogynist that I am, I just don't hold out much hope for his wife repenting of her evil ways. No, it just doesn't seem likely.

I did see Paul the other day at the local Ace Hardware store and he not only didn't speak to me, he kept his eyes firmly glued to the ground when I walked by. I thought of saying "How's married life treating you there Paul?", but I'm not that ornery. Not nearly.

Christopher in Oregon

P.S. I had my 'puter taken back to square one by my computer guy a couple of weeks ago, and it made my posting count go back to zero. Erased my account here completely, it did. What a pisser.

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Post by Prodigal Son » Sun Jan 23, 2011 1:47 pm

The Prodigal Son returns! it's good to see you Christopher, hope everything's alright for you now and know we've all missed you.
Yes, it's true what they say, you can never trust a woman (and only a fool would). Religious people are forever asking when I'm getting married...

I don't want to tell them it'll never happen, couldn't bear with them trying to set me up with their "virgin" daughters.
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Post by rowingdude » Sun Jan 23, 2011 1:52 pm

Re: Your computer? What happens on your computer stays on your computer and will not affect your online life. Maybe you forgot a password?

Maybe Paul will see the fallacies of his teachings and himself repent :)

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Post by wc » Sun Jan 23, 2011 1:53 pm

Welcome back christopher,

Everyone was wondering where you had went and if you were coming back?
Glad to see that you did. Perhaps it's possible to have your account restored to its original status? Anyhow, here's a hearty +1 to get you started.

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Post by pcr2 » Sun Jan 23, 2011 2:14 pm

The godfather of my MGTOW lifestyle is back!

Thank you for all your posts on MarkyMarks Blog sir!

They saved this dude :P

PCR

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Post by dsc » Sun Jan 23, 2011 2:40 pm

I don't see any option in the admin section to reset a password.

I or any of the mods can reset the post count & karma count of 'christopher' to match what 'christopheroregon' had before (including new posts & karma, of course).

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Post by Modelautoman » Sun Jan 23, 2011 4:07 pm

The godfather of MGTOW is back indeed! Chris, my good man, so glad
to have you back where you belong! Give CIO a hearty welcome home
guys!

Now about your topic, I only agree with your old acquaintance Paul
on one thing and that is I too believe marriage is ordained of God, but
that women are good and pure? Nah! And even the Bible has things
to say about women, and none of it in the affirmative that I have read.
Is this Paul catholic by any chance?

All this brainwashing that good providers make good husbands and while
that was certainly true of this fellow Paul, just what did he get for it though?
I can tell you what he got for being a classic good provider, a royal screwing
that is what. Is this what we get for our troubles to learn to be good providers
for our prospective wives? Unfaithfulness?

CIO, these blowhards who act like they are always right (whether they actually
are or not) I see as a thorn in the flesh. Always pointing out others flaws and
yet denying their own or quickly justifying any they may even fleetingly recognize.
In my family it seems to be a family name trait.

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Post by recluse » Sun Jan 23, 2011 4:37 pm

[quote]I don't see any option in the admin section to reset a password.

I or any of the mods can reset the post count & karma count of 'christopher' to match what 'christopheroregon' had before (including new posts & karma, of course).[/quote]

Perhaps I'm missing something here,perhaps christopher just needs to log in using christopheroregon.

Having experience with memory loss, I guessing this is correct.
I bet he even uses the same password,just has forgotten his full name?

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Post by christopheroregon » Sun Jan 23, 2011 7:20 pm

Greetings and hallucinations, fellers!

I've been taking care of my dear departed father's legal and financial affairs, since he had the audacity to go tits up on me back in December. Damned rude of him if you ask me.

But, I'm back.

I had almost 1000 posts built up, and off they went. I must confess I did the unthinkable, and accessed some....(gasp) pornography recently. Purely an academic pursuit, mind you. Purely academic. And lo and behold, it somehow infected my beloved Dell with a host of nasty little critters. My computer guy had no alternative but to take my computer back to square one, and it seemed to eliminate any and all accounts, passwords and all, everywhere I used to go.

Go figure.

But, I'm back.

Christopher in Oregon

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Post by MarkyMark » Sun Jan 23, 2011 8:56 pm

Chris,

You should be able to just log in using your old name and password; that'll be stored on the forum server. What will happen is that your machine will no longer 'remember' these, since this was wiped out in your reinstallation. I sometimes run different distros of Linux; when I'm not running the Ubuntu installed on my computer, I don't have access to the cookies used for this memory. I also log in from my mom's house too; she has a different computer, yet I can log in just as well from there as I do from my place.

Hopefully, you'll at least get a USB stick, so you can back up your posts and other valuable files. There's also Carbonite online backup, which only costs $55 a year. I try to backup my stuff at least once a month, if not more often than that. While I don't EXPECT to have problems using Linux, you never know.

Speaking of which, WTF are you still using Micro$uck Winblows?! Don't you know how VULNERABLE Winblows is? It's a joke! Running Windows on a computer is like using a submarine with a screen door! Yes, it's that bad. Using a more modern version of, say, Ubuntu will give you all the functionality of Windows; a more intuitive user experience; plus, you'll NEVER ever ever have to worry about security again-never!

Anyways, I was wondering what happened to you. I wrote you about two weeks ago, telling you about one of Maria's 'fashion statements'. Hope your vacation is going okay. You should be able to log in here just fine even if your computer was taken back to square one. When I installed Ubuntu on my machine, I had no problem doing so. Perhaps you're relying on your browser to 'remember' your password & user name, rather than using your own? Finally, for goodness sake, change to Linux already! Once you do, you'll never catch a virus from a website again. I surf with impunity, and I haven't caught anything. Whenever I run a virus scan, the answer is always the same: zip, zilch, nada, zero. Anyway, welcome back...

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Post by nrj3 » Sun Jan 23, 2011 9:19 pm

Hey Christopher!

I am glad you are back. I learned alot from your posts since I went my own way. i had strange thoughts that maybe you met the love of your life, sold your Harleys, and got a 50 hour a week job to support the little Ms. LMAO!

I knew better! Good to hear from you!

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Post by christopheroregon » Sun Jan 23, 2011 10:31 pm

Mark;

My 'puter has been down. I fear I lost a lot of stuff, and certainly a shit-load of e-mail that came in. But, it was the price I had to pay to get my computer working, and I might say, working well. It's FAST again; lightning fast.

All I have to do is stay away from the lesbian porn (lol) according to Rod, my computer tech.

Christopher

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Post by christopheroregon » Sun Jan 23, 2011 10:32 pm

nrj3;

I did find the love of my life. It's my beloved glistening black Electra Glide, festooned with all manner of chrome and other goodies. Yep, a veritable rolling orgasm. 8-)

Christopher

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Post by xtc » Mon Jan 24, 2011 7:55 am

Great to have you back sir!

Perhaps Paul should have studied the scriptures a little more closely:
1 Corinthians 7 excerpts
I wish that all of you were as I am. But each of you has your own gift from God; one has this gift, another has that.
Now to the unmarried and the widows I say: It is good for them to stay unmarried, as I do.... those who marry will face many troubles in this life, and I want to spare you this.

Ecclesiastes 7:28
Though I have searched repeatedly, I have not found what I was looking for. Only one out of a thousand men is virtuous, but not one woman!

Proverbs 31:10
A wife of noble character who can find?

The bible promotes faithfulness within marriage, and does represent happy marriage as a blessing. But it's very realistic that this is extremely hard to find, and nowhere is the idea that women are pure presented.

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Post by arcangel911 » Mon Jan 24, 2011 12:57 pm

Welcome back CIO, glad you are back in action! The thought of you getting married never crossed my mind. The idea of you riding off into the sunset on your motorcycle giving the bird to women as you rode on, crossed my mind.

Paul's story is one of the more interesting ones of late. Isn't there something in the Commandments about not lusting after a neighbor or desiring his wife???? (Been a long time since I have been in church. Recovering Catholic here....)

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Post by khankrumthebulgar » Fri Jan 28, 2011 9:42 am

Its amusing that Jane Fonda the Feminist Icon and Buddy of Eve Ensler. That Roger Vadim her ex. Loved threesomes with French Whores. That Jane then a young Whore herself. Willingly split the sheets with Roger and said Courtesans. It is amusing how many Skanky Women there are out there.

It seems that our Women have gone Feral. That the societal restraints that kept their bad behavior in check was removed, we have total chaos. Sane Men should eschew marriage in such a culture.

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Post by future303 » Sat Jan 29, 2011 6:17 pm

[quote]Great to have you back sir!

Perhaps Paul should have studied the scriptures a little more closely:
1 Corinthians 7 excerpts
I wish that all of you were as I am. But each of you has your own gift from God; one has this gift, another has that.
Now to the unmarried and the widows I say: It is good for them to stay unmarried, as I do.... those who marry will face many troubles in this life, and I want to spare you this.

Ecclesiastes 7:28
Though I have searched repeatedly, I have not found what I was looking for. Only one out of a thousand men is virtuous, but not one woman!

Proverbs 31:10
A wife of noble character who can find?

The bible promotes faithfulness within marriage, and does represent happy marriage as a blessing. But it's very realistic that this is extremely hard to find, and nowhere is the idea that women are pure presented.[/quote]

This!!!!

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