It is obvious to me as to any other thinking man that being angry is a a normal and proper recation to injustices committed against you. When someone believes in game that is not so and I have found evidence.
Very good post. I would say that learning game has made me less resentful of women than I was two years ago. I had just been canned over exaggerated claims by a female co-worker and I could have very easily had gone the Spearhead route if I hadn’t discovered Game and the Community. I don’t see Game as the key to happiness, but it has helped in giving me a more optimistic outlook on life.
Let’s understand this. Sparks123 is fired because of something some woman did. It sounds like sexual harassment bullshit but it’s definitely some form of female bullshit. Instead of going the “Spearhead Route” (I think the “Spearhead Route” must have something to do with having a backbone and not pedestalizing women) he “learns game”. Now he claims to be “less resentful” and “more optomistic”. What he is telling us is that when women commit an injustice against us we aren’t supposed to do the normal thing and be angry about it. He is telling us to be good little slaves to women and be happy about it. He is wrong. Not only should we fight back we have a duty to fight back.
What we men are facing has nothing to do with getting laid. That is a distraction to prevent us from fighting back. Sestambi wrote something that has to do with this truth.
I agree with OmegaVirginRevolt, who stipulates that no man has a “right” to get laid (I think we have laws against anyone taking such matters into his own hands), but IT SHOULDN’T BE AGAINST THE LAW TO TRY!!! If the definition of “sexual harassment” continues to expand to the point that one can be imprisoned for merely being the wrong guy asking for a date at the wrong time, then there will be more Sodinis.
It should also not be a matter of public policy to provide preference to cunt in getting jobs–especially those married to men making $200K. Not getting laid is hard to accept, but manageable. Starving to death at the government’s direction is not.
This is not about getting laid. We are fighting for our right to hold jobs, to hold employment to eat, our freedom, and our very lives. We must not forget that.