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  1. #1
    Grylls motherfucker [abrade this vocal tread-softly]
    I'm very rarely rude to people in life/and or on here - And if I am its a joke

    I can think of a handful of people on here who seem to have issues which most likely relate to their personal life so they have to vent it online, its kinda sad - ok vent it on here if you have to

    Theres a person on here who has a huge problem with me recently and I don't know why, could be jealousy - I love everyone here but say the shit you say to me in my face and ill fucking deck you

    So many haters

    Lets all be lovers
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    AngryOnion Big Wig [the nightly self-effacing broadsheet]
    No being rude is a thing that has to be done from time to time.
    If you didn't do it you would stop being human.
    Anger,hate and violence are what defines us at a certain level.
    Some people need to be put in there place and if you don't do it who will.
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    Grylls motherfucker [abrade this vocal tread-softly]
    Originally posted by AngryOnion No being rude is a thing that has to be done from time to time.
    If you didn't do it you would stop being human.
    Anger,hate and violence are what defines us at a certain level.
    Some people need to be put in there place and if you don't do it who will.

    Ok correct

    Come on guy thats common sense, for example I argued with my girl the other day about nonsense but it makes the relationship stronger in the end because we understand each other more after

    Im talking about people who feel the need to argue online, its so pathetic

    I put people in their place when need be
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    rabbitweed Tuskegee Airman
    Is this about me calling soccer gay?
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    Grylls motherfucker [abrade this vocal tread-softly]
    Originally posted by rabbitweed Is this about me calling soccer gay?

    Whats soccer?
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    rabbitweed Tuskegee Airman
    Originally posted by Grylls Whats soccer?

    It's a word that came from England in the 1890s. Where are you from Grylls?
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    kroz weak whyte, frothy cuck, and former twink
    Op is a libtard
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    Firekrochfatty African Astronaut
    I like ya dude. I always wanted to ask ya if you follow Bear Grylls, or read his books. another person with great ideas in a pinch is Creek Stewart. Early on in my life, I was forced down those paths long before any of these guys we born. I sure could have used their help back in the sixties, or in Siberia and Sahara little later, but I got along fine, and even thrived at times, living "with" the land instead of "off" the land and giving back. I do this now actually as I speak to you... I'm still alive so far, through insane things that have happened. I consider each second a living privilege.

    Funny thing, I haven't seen a survival thing on the Sahara. They all pick the smaller deserts..... The Sahara is the most brutal though, and extremely dangerous, so I get it, but still, I'd like to see if they have an edge I don't have. Being efficient can save your life out there. I've learned much, but I still think it's just enough, compared to some of the Berber/Sahrawi tribes. Some of them forgot more than I'll ever learn. I can thrive there though, but it took me a bit.
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    aldra JIDF Controlled Opposition
    The number one thing that drives people is status, and they'll try to accumulate it any way they think they can
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    Firekrochfatty African Astronaut
    Originally posted by aldra The number one thing that drives people is status, and they'll try to accumulate it any way they think they can

    sadly... and the insecurity makes them follow through, at all costs... and there is always a cost.
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    so that dicks want to fuck you and cunts are jelly of you for that.
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    Originally posted by aldra The number one thing that drives people is status, and they'll try to accumulate it any way they think they can

    wrong.

    in many parts of the world statuses are hereditary and are inherited from their parents.

    doesmt diminishes their drives.
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    Originally posted by Grylls I'm very rarely rude to people in life/and or on here - And if I am its a joke

    I can think of a handful of people on here who seem to have issues which most likely relate to their personal life so they have to vent it online, its kinda sad - ok vent it on here if you have to

    Theres a person on here who has a huge problem with me recently and I don't know why, could be jealousy - I love everyone here but say the shit you say to me in my face and ill fucking deck you

    So many haters

    Lets all be lovers

    nigger
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    Firekrochfatty African Astronaut
    Originally posted by vindicktive vinny wrong.

    in many parts of the world statuses are hereditary and are inherited from their parents.

    doesmt diminishes their drives.

    Neither of you are wrong. You're both right.
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    aldra JIDF Controlled Opposition
    Originally posted by vindicktive vinny wrong.

    in many parts of the world statuses are hereditary and are inherited from their parents.

    doesmt diminishes their drives.

    why do billionaires continue to stockpile currency and assets? it's not because there's something that costs more than $1billion that they're actually saving up for.

    their self-worth is based on their status in relation to others, in that case using financial 'wealth' as a yardstick.

    just because people are already of a high status doesn't mean they don't still crave to increase it.
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    Sub_Mod Yung Blood
    Originally posted by AngryOnion No being rude is a thing that has to be done from time to time.
    If you didn't do it you would stop being human.
    Anger,hate and violence are what defines us at a certain level.
    Some people need to be put in there place and if you don't do it who will.


    Sub_Mod here,
    All I know is back when I was a teenager in new york in the 70's, sure we sure as heck protested but we did it in a more positive way than what black lives matter is doing. We would sing and dance in the streets and cook for each other between having what they used to call a "barker" the "barker" was the preacher preachin' over the mega phone, keeping our hopes and spirits up.
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    Grylls motherfucker [abrade this vocal tread-softly]
    Originally posted by Firekrochfatty I like ya dude. I always wanted to ask ya if you follow Bear Grylls, or read his books. another person with great ideas in a pinch is Creek Stewart. Early on in my life, I was forced down those paths long before any of these guys we born. I sure could have used their help back in the sixties, or in Siberia and Sahara little later, but I got along fine, and even thrived at times, living "with" the land instead of "off" the land and giving back. I do this now actually as I speak to you… I'm still alive so far, through insane things that have happened. I consider each second a living privilege.

    Funny thing, I haven't seen a survival thing on the Sahara. They all pick the smaller deserts….. The Sahara is the most brutal though, and extremely dangerous, so I get it, but still, I'd like to see if they have an edge I don't have. Being efficient can save your life out there. I've learned much, but I still think it's just enough, compared to some of the Berber/Sahrawi tribes. Some of them forgot more than I'll ever learn. I can thrive there though, but it took me a bit.

    I have but not fond of his reads

    And back in the 60’s WAT !?


    Originally posted by vindicktive vinny nigger

    Thank you
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    Originally posted by aldra why do billionaires continue to stockpile currency and assets? it's not because there's something that costs more than $1billion that they're actually saving up for.

    their self-worth is based on their status in relation to others, in that case using financial 'wealth' as a yardstick.

    just because people are already of a high status doesn't mean they don't still crave to increase it.

    if you put it like that wouldnt that make statuses just means to an end, and not an end in itself.

    its the desire to have the best status among all other that motivates these people.
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    You have to be an alpha to understand.
  20. #20
    Originally posted by Jiggaboo_Johnson You have to be an alpha to understand.

    whats aplhaier than an alpha ?
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