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drjillsusedscrunchie 1 point ago +1 / -0

Most people on this board seem to underestimate how few people even know wtf Gab is. Or that it would be very handy for the defense in anti-trust lawsuit against Big Tech (that will never happen) to show they aren't a monopoly. He also has no state secrets. That's why he's still alive.

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drjillsusedscrunchie 6 points ago +6 / -0

That's a great decision. If you wonder why I get away with the life I do, it's because I don't live anywhere near a city larger than 100k for 100 miles. There's something to be said for being able to touch grass whenever, or just not be packed in like a rat.

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drjillsusedscrunchie 2 points ago +2 / -0

Ironically, I got her and her brother as puppies two weeks after the death of my first rescue dog from old age (they're all pure corgis). I still have my buddy. He's a good boy, who killed a rabbit just now. I want to get another in the future, but I'm going to wait until after we move.

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drjillsusedscrunchie 1 point ago +1 / -0

I actually would not have gotten thru it just fine- I get cluster headaches during times of stress, and admittedly having my wife is useful during these times. She's not my servant driving Miss Daisy, nor do I feel burdened by her. It's just the way things are. I agree about being comforting, but think a spouse should be emotionally reliable regardless. I should note that I was in a bit of a fog when I wrote this post, so it sounds more sensitive than I'd like. We are both adults who mutually support each other. Even if it's true she's inferior to me (which I don't really think, but accept for the sake of argument) I don't care because it satisfies me to care for her.

I agree romance is a silly concept. Nothing is my post is romantic, to the point I'm almost confused as to where this point came from. Everything my wife did was from a place of traditional responsibility- she didn't go out drinking, wail around doing nothing, or rack up loads of debt on credit cards- all very common things for women to do admittedly. I'm not sobbing like a faggot either, but she certainly hasn't been a burden.

I agree with your conclusion about the fragility of society, and as secure as I am in my marriage, only a fool would pretend that it couldn't all come crashing down in a moment. I openly beg for society to crash, my wife would be even more reliant on me. That being said, anytime I get in my car I could die. My dogs death that I mention in this post could not have been more unexpected. A natural disaster could come thru and take all my physical possessions. Am I to not pursue something, simply because the fear of loss is too great? Hate to say it, but divorce rape (other than the alienation of children, which is life ruining) is not the worst thing that can happen to a man. I've know guys who absolutely did not want families, but I make my arguments based on the argument at hand and logic, and not whataboutism, or anything that sounds like reverse feminism.

A side note, I usually enjoy your takes, even when I disagree, but I'm not sure about this one. Just my opinion. Moreso credit to your other content rather than derision for this comment.

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drjillsusedscrunchie 1 point ago +1 / -0

Good thing I legally forced my wife to be related to me, even changed her name. 😎

In all seriousness, before you leave a comment about divorce rape, hating something you have to see everyday, to the degree you described isn't good for you man. I understand you need to vent, and Schopenhauer is right about women, but you unironically sound like a feminist talking about men. You do you, really not asking who hurt you, but you might want to move to the woods for your own sanity.

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drjillsusedscrunchie 1 point ago +1 / -0

I'll bite. She had no children, I'm the father of our kid. She was earning more than I was, but was laid off due to the sequester of 2013, so when I met her she was making $5k less than me. That being said, I wouldn't have met her if she hadn't been laid off, nor do I care that much about fiat currency and I don't think women should work outside the home anyway. We were both under 30, early 20s and she's younger than me. I dont like to reveal my age, but I will say that I am 100% a millennial. The playing field is not that different. Move outside the cities, and its a whole new world.

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drjillsusedscrunchie 1 point ago +1 / -0

You're good, I wasn't having a good time when I wrote that, so I'll probably edit or delete my comment later.

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drjillsusedscrunchie 2 points ago +2 / -0

I'm not sarcastic when I say I agree that you and I different. I've always liked kids, which I know is strange, and why I used the analogy in my original post. I dont know how to convey my opinion without sounding condescending, I'm just not that bothered by women, even at their weakest. I'm not asking mgtows to change, just to understand that promoting family values is a big part of this board, and just as I dont troll the mgtow board calling them faggots and asking who hurt them like a feminist npc, there's a reason we don't care if awalt.

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drjillsusedscrunchie 2 points ago +2 / -0

I understand why you post here and not the mgtow board. I appreciate the philosophy behind mgtow, even if I disagree. I dont like women who say "every man is toxic" so I can't help but feel the same about men who are behaving in an effeminate manner. I feel the same way about them I do about lolbertarians.

Thanks man. I live 1000 miles away, but I do my best to see him as often as I can. I'll be fine, mostly in shock from the dog. :(

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drjillsusedscrunchie 1 point ago +1 / -0

No offense taken, on the contrary, you're right. I posted here because it makes me physically ill to talk about sad feelings with others, other than my wife. Even with her, I'd rather be called a tradcuck for posting here just to get it off my chest, than be an emotional burden. The tone of this post probably makes it seem like she's my servant while I'm wallowing away in sorrow, but thats not at all accurate- I've been giving her a lot of time to grieve, which is not a burden for me. Thankfully, cleaning is a big comfort for both of us, so we aren't just lazing about feeling sorry for ourselves.

I would only add that the dog has been the hardest thing, she was a very beautiful corgi that can't be replaced :(

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drjillsusedscrunchie 3 points ago +3 / -0

You took the time to scroll all the way down, leave a comment, and didnt even call me a faggot, I'm a little disappointed

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drjillsusedscrunchie 1 point ago +1 / -0

My genes arent super interesting- I'm mostly German and English, with some swedish and eastern European thrown in. Not related to anyone famous. On the contrary, my wife's family has always kept meticulous records, but she did 23andme after her sister bought her a kit as a dare, and is probably the only person whose mother was telling the truth when she said they were part cherokee without being on the rolls. Her results came back as 99% English and Bavarian, and 1% native, back when they had no data for natives. She's from a very specific area in one state of the US that has an abnormally large population of Native Americans that weren't Trail of Tears'd, but were absorbed into the genetic makeup of the area, so there's a bunch of white people that tan and have brown eyes, but aren't any percentage Spanish, Italian, or Greek. She can also trace her lineage back to William the Conqueror, tho she was related to him thru marriage. I call her Pocahontas, lol.

Genealogy is important for health and the protection of a nation state, but you shouldn't let genes get in the way of determining family. My nieces and nephews are such regardless of their genetic relation to me. I helped out a sister in law over a genetic relative, because he's trash. My whore Grandmother didn't want to include my adopted cousin on the family tree, even though she's nothing but polite and successful, just because she was adopted as an infant from another country. Said Whore Grandma has dementia in her genes, and she's not so hot herself. Was she correct? Sure, but nothing was gained by having that attitude. It wasn't about "genetics", it was about invalidating her as a member of the family, just for being adopted. Same Whore treated my sister poorly because she has brown eyes like our mom, even tho she's 100% related to her. Genes are important, but I've laid out several scenarios where genetics really don't matter in regards to family, only culture and actions. That being said, I personally wouldn't adopt, just because.

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drjillsusedscrunchie 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yeah it does, lol. It's common where I live to have cellars that look like this.

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drjillsusedscrunchie 1 point ago +1 / -0

My plants are just sprouts, so they sit on top of the frame without crushing them. They'll probably be ok, but I didnt want to take any chances.

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drjillsusedscrunchie 2 points ago +2 / -0

We had a last minute storm brew that's projected to be bad, so I took these window shutters I originally made for our house and put them over the bed. I need to get proper covers, but I haven't had a chance to pick one up.

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drjillsusedscrunchie 2 points ago +2 / -0

I didn't mean to disappear, but could you make one with a present day photo that says "The World You Loved Isn't Completely Lost"? Nice countryside photo would work. Appreciate it in advance.

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drjillsusedscrunchie 4 points ago +4 / -0

Metal. I thought I was next level wanting my body to be displayed as a disco ball from a ceiling fan at my funeral. My wife offered to be turned into diamonds, so I could wear her as jewelry (or a chain around my neck, how appropriate, rofl).

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drjillsusedscrunchie 2 points ago +2 / -0

These two comments are not mutually exclusive. Women are attracted towards a man that either lots of women want or who they continually see with beautiful women- makes grugwomen think "She's beautiful with a guy like that, I want that too, because if I can have that it means I'm pretty like her." That being said, white women overwhelmingly prefer white men, so the behavior is mostly exhibited towards them. Which is why jews and minorities are always seething.

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drjillsusedscrunchie 20 points ago +20 / -0

Not to be pedantic, but they're probably closer to boys than men. Sorry, I Never miss an opportunity to call Lindsey a pedo.

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drjillsusedscrunchie 44 points ago +44 / -0

The great part is, once you have beliefs and ideas you know are right and worth dying for, you stop caring if the feds come for you.

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drjillsusedscrunchie 8 points ago +8 / -0

I've never known someone to be hospitalized with this, but it has happened to someone I know, after they did a massive amount of edibles, after smoking an oz a month their entire life. It does happen, but you basically have turned into the Marijuana itself by that time.

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drjillsusedscrunchie 2 points ago +2 / -0

But the pun is so much better- Jew York Times.

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drjillsusedscrunchie 4 points ago +4 / -0

I didn't realize how special it was until many years later lol. History departments overall tend to be fairly based- its very easy to lie about history on a surface level, but its much more difficult to craft a false narrative out of whole cloth the way the other humanities do, because history has established patterns that are far more similar to mathematical type concepts, rather than psychology or sociology.

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drjillsusedscrunchie 5 points ago +5 / -0

Fuck 9/11, where were you when you learned about medieval Jewish banking families like the Rothschilds?

I was 17, my euro history teacher told the whole class.

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