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Tags: academia, Elliot Rodger, girls, incel, involuntary celibacy, popularity, Thoughts, video games
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I recently read the early parts of Elliot Rodger’s manifesto. Needless to say his story sparked a lot of thoughts and emotions from me. Similar to myself, video games was a central part of his life in the younger years. Like him, I was obsessed with the latest console and technology. I had a non-existent social life in high-school except for the few I spoke with at the lunch period of misfits. I spent most of my time in game during my out of school hours, and it just seems that everything else in life are just things that got in the way between me and my games. Later video games became a major distraction for me in my academic pursuits as my obsession with it made me have trouble budgeting my time. It seems to me, many incels have video game addiction, even Aziz Shavershian before this transformation. I am wondering what-if Elliot made the same choice Shavershian did. Elliot was short and weak, only if he sold his WOW account for a gym membership.
What also struck me is that even though in his manifesto he talk of school experiences, he mostly mentions girls, friends, hobbies and popularity. Never once did I read about anything related to the academics. When I went to school, when I did not obsess with video games I thought of academic studies. Things like girls, fashion, sports, and popularity almost never occurred to me. When my peers busting their butts pursuing beer and pussy in college I was actually baffled at their obsession, as video games and school work occupied most of my thoughts. It wasn’t until I was in graduate school did I realize I had “girl problems”. Perhaps the eastern values I mention before had saved my sanity as long as it had…
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Tags: Elliot Rodgers, incel, involuntary celibacy, shooting
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some of PUAHate posters already beat me in posting this. It seems that he is a PUAHate poster as well. I am wondering..If he lived, how much love letters and nude photos will he get in prison/deathrow. We all know western women love violent psychopaths… He should do what I did and go fuck whores instead. Sex for money is the most honest transaction you will ever make with a western woman. Lets hope them retards turn this into another gun control issue and leave us incels out of the media.
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Tags: adulescence, differences, east and west, education, incels, sexuality
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When I first came to the USA from my home country, the first and foremost culture shock I experience is the emphasis of what my classmates in public school hold important vs. what I have been told is important by my teachers and family in the old country. I found it quite shocking yet puzzled by the attitude of my peers during High School, why are they focusing on chasing after girls and getting sex, when they should be preparing for college entrance exams? Don’t they know physics test is in 3 days? Is hooking up that important and vital?
- The score of your math exam
- how well you can write essays and papers
- academics topics you learn from your teachers
- how well prepared are you for college entrance exams
- how well you learn to speak and write english
What my American classmates value:
- Performance of the school sports team vs other schools
- friends you hang out with at lunch or after school
- cute popular guys and girls you hook up with between periods
- your image with the classmates, such as your fashion and trendy electronics
Favored conversation between the classmates in the old country: academic subjects
Favored conversation between the classmates in the USA: who’s hooking up with whom gossips
The reverse work the same way
Outcasts in the old country: Guys and girls who hook up in school instead of focusing on academic studies
Outcasts in the USA: Nerds who does nothing but focus on their SATs
Many blame the failure of our Educational system, but the core of the problem lies with the people and the culture. When you value who you hook up with far far above the topics of calculus, no wonder you score poorly on the math section of your SATs. Conversely the group of men that excels in the STEM fields in the academia, also have the lowest sexual market value, I seriously doubt by changing an educational “system”, the problems with youth education can be solved.