Thursday, October 13, 2016

Some of my Naïve Silly Posters

It’s clear some of my posters are way too young to make any sense, especially about how “things have changed since you were growing up” or that “You’re old.”

I’ve pointed before things haven’t changed since I was growing up. Human nature doesn’t change and all you have study history to discover this.

As for “being old,” I am not old but middle-aged. And the thing about that is that I have a hell of a lot of experience.

Knowledge without experience is bullshit. And when you have bad knowledge and little experience then you’re in a hell of a bind.

I have a lot of proven knowledge and again, a hell of a lot of experience.

I can remember being 12 and wondering how it was going to take to figure things out. It didn’t take all that long.

Why? Because I used other people’s experience, matched it against my own – and found all that all the ancient wisdom was true.

You want to understand people? They’re not that complex. Try memorizing the Seven Heavenly Virtues and the Seven Deadly Sins.

By the way, “virtue” means “the power of men” and “sin” comes from “hamartia,” an archery term that means “missing the mark.” You can have power over yourself…or you can miss the mark.

One bragged how much smarter he was than me. I know people with Mensa-level IQs. They’re morons, what I call “high-IQ idiots.” They’re lucky they can start their car.

Such people tend to be brittle and neurotic.

I showed one of these eggheads how to plug a hole in his tire and my God was he impressed! I told him someone with an IQ of 78 could do it.

The fact that I am pretty bright, have used other’s experience and have a lot of my own is why I was so fast in seeing through grifters and con men and liars like "Roosh” and “Roissy” and the naïve and stupid like “Vox Day.”

One of my posters made a comment about how priests should not offer relationship advice and I immediately made the comment that priests have thousands of years of history at their fingertips.

Anyone can do it. All you to do it study that past so you can understand the present and future.

Because if don’t you’re going to end up lost – the blind leading the blind. The Lost Boys of the Manosphere allowing themselves to be manipulated by liars and con men.

12 comments:

I forget what I called myself last time said...

As I said, guys like you who brag about their IQ tend to be Mensa range -- "midwits" as Vox calls them. Second standard deviation types. The ones who can follow directions well (most of them) do ok as fungible white-collar nonentities. The ones who don't, become middle aged autodidactic cranks who can't handle that they're not at the top of the heap.

At least your method of trying to act smart is less annoying that the droning-nerd/walking-thesaurus routine some of them put on. I work with one of those idiots. It gets old.

I sometimes mention my second rate IQ when a Mensa type like you beats his chest about his own third rate IQ (reread that sentence a few times if you don't feel insulted). Guys like me are the ones who don't have to say we're smart, because everybody notices it already and it's kinda faggoty to yap about it.

First rate guys are just eerie. Pretty cool to hang around, if you ever get to meet one.

AAB said...

Vox Day calls people mid-wits because he likes to feel superior to others. I recall reading his blog a few years back when he said he'd like to live in a world populated solely by high IQ people (like him) and low IQ people (who he probably envisions worshipping his ego), the mid-range IQ people would be culled. If that's not egostistical feudalism I don't know what is.

Earl Thomas said...

'As I said, guys like you who brag about their IQ tend to be Mensa range -- "midwits" as Vox calls them.'

Vox...you mean the guy who claims he has a greater than 160 IQ. I guess he's also a midwit.

Quartermain said...

Here is an article you may find of interest:

http://uponhopeblog.blogspot.com.au/2016/10/the-middle-ages-our-future.html

insanitybytes2 said...

LOL! Thanks, I much prefer wisdom and experience to the inane blather of people who are deluded enough to believe their own alleged intelligence actually means something.

Bob Wallace said...

"I sometimes mention my second rate IQ when a Mensa type like you"

I don't have a Mensa IQ. Not even close. One of my girlfriends did. High IQ, little common sense.

Charlie said...

" I sometimes mention my second rate IQ when a Mensa type like you beats his chest about his own third rate IQ (reread that sentence a few times if you don't feel insulted)"

Hahahaha. This fucking guy.

Glen Filthie said...

If you read Vox a lot as I do, you will see how 'intelligent' he is. Get him talking about vaccination one day. Better yet, watch how he acts. You will soon see he does everything his most hated enemies do. He polices the thought and speech of his followers. He lies, he projects, he doubles down. He displays all the behaviours he hates in what he calls 'the Gamma Male'. He writes well but is poorly spoken in person. You can always spot these self proclaimed intellectuals and poseurs when they speak. The ruse falls apart then. The guy looks like a fag and sounds like one to be honest. I suspect his failures as a man have some basis in the fact that his father is a jailbird and a shyster too. He obviously wasn't raised all that well.

He does have merit and more worth as an advisor than Unca Bob (or yours truly) when it comes to dealing with the messed up modern young woman. He knows what they're gonna do before they do it, he can advise youngsters on how to outmaneuver them and head them off before they can break a heart and ruin a life, and he can sometimes offer good advice to young men on how to protect themselves. Unlike our host here, though, beyond that he has nothing to offer a young man hoping to improve himself. Unlike Roissy and Roosh he does have some limited merit as an advisor to young men.

Earl Thomas said...

'He knows what they're gonna do before they do it, he can advise youngsters on how to outmaneuver them and head them off before they can break a heart and ruin a life, and he can sometimes offer good advice to young men on how to protect themselves.'

Eh...the only advice a young man needs is to not have premarital sex with them. 9 times out of 10 they'll stick their dick in crazy and that becomes the heart of their problem.

Bob Wallace said...

A drunk I knew in college only gave me one bit of good advice: "Never fuck anyone crazier than you are."

Shaun F said...

"Never fuck anyone crazier than you are." - I don't like this metric. It doesn't speak well to my level of sanity.

Anonymous said...


@I forget what I called myself last time said...

"I sometimes mention my second rate IQ"
...
"Guys like me are the ones who don't have to say we're smart"

You complete lack of self awareness is astounding.