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Outrage as Philly pushes through ban on bulletproof glass in crime-plagued neighborhood shops submitted by newoldwave to news

SerialChiller 1 points 65 points (+66|-1) ago

The 'government' isn't the issue. This is a planned action, and the 'government' is used to temporarily fuck things up on purpose. Here is how it works (and the same modus operandi has been used everywhere, just with different excuses)

  1. Pass some ridiculous law that makes existing business non-viable.
  2. Drive the existing businesses into the ground and force the current store-owners (koreans) out of the area.
  3. The councilwoman's cronies then buy up the failed businesses at a deep discount.
  4. Reverse the regulation (passed in step 1) that fucked things up.
  5. Cronies re-open the stores with bulletproof barriers back in place.

The dating situation is great for men in America submitted by L_Etranger to whatever

SerialChiller 1 points 11 points (+12|-1) ago

OP is right. This was true before too, but seems to have become even more true now.

You don't need to get jacked. Just be fit, clean, steady job and have a decent respectful attitude. Plus one or two hobbies that girls can at least relate to - something that makes you interesting. If you are an entrepreneur, make that one of your passions - they dig ambition.

It is not about "drowning in pussy" - this is not simply a formula to just fuck a lot of women. It is something that gives you a LOT of options to choose what you want in life. The quality of these options is also better - women with substance, looks and good character. This leads naturally to a more confident you, with an abundance-mentality, which exudes alpha-ness without being a try-hard Chad Stifler.

And as for "find a good woman and report back" - when you are a catch, word gets around and they come looking for you. Go to events where their 'type' hangs out. Also, don't ignore married or older women - they have a sharp eye, and if you present yourself well, they will set you up so fast you won't know what hit you.

Philly pushes through ban on bulletproof glass in crime-plagued neighborhood shops, cuz it might hurt people's feelings submitted by WhoFramedReaderRabit to politics

SerialChiller 0 points 9 points (+9|-0) ago

The whole idea is to get the Koreans to close up shop and move out.

The councilwoman's cronies will then buy the dead businesses for pennies-on-the-dollar.

This idiotic regulation will then be reversed, so the cronies can re-open the business with bulletproof barriers.

That's the plan all along.

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Listening to NPR last night submitted by Gowdy to whatever

SerialChiller 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

I don't disagree, but I think you are overestimating the money that grad students earn. In most cases, they don't just get a handout - they actually have to do work (Teaching or Research Assistantships). There are a few scholarships but those are actually quite rare. Here are a few real numbers:

  1. Tuition is waived, and the grad student never sees any of it. I can see the argument for making this a taxable benefit, but it is really just grant money being transferred to the university - perhaps making the University liable for taxes on this would make more sense.
  2. Stipends are usually barely above living wage. Mine was paid in exchange for assisting my professor with his research, $780/month before taxes, but that was a long time ago. However, when I checked two years ago, that university's grad students were paid only $1100-1500 for their work.
  3. Even at that level, I did not qualify for welfare benefits - neither I nor my fellow students tried to go on welfare. I will honestly be surprised if grad students were on welfare.
  4. My field was a hard STEM field. Going to grad-school was a significant cut in salary compared to what I could earn in industry. And if I worked a full time job while going to school, I wouldn't get the assistantship and tuition waiver.

Based Chinks mock Angela Merkel: "Naive white doo-gooder" submitted by shadow332 to politics

SerialChiller 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

An important goal of Britain's foreign office for about the last 200 years has been to prevent any unification (political, economic, military or any other form) between Russia and Germany. They rightly assessed that a joint Russian-German entity would absolutely dominate Europe and challenge British power around the world. Despite their minor differences on other matters, Anglo-French foreign policy has been aligned quite consistently on this point. Seen through that lens, you can see one of the forces that might work towards an irreversible demographic change that creates a permanent anti-Russian buffer state in central Europe.

In a larger context, the EU itself is also an instrument that ties Germany's fortunes with Western Europe, and prevents Germany from conducting an independent foreign policy in its own interest.

It still doesn't explain why the German elite played along with this - perhaps they are locked into the West German posture during Cold War 1.0, and haven't been able to shake themselves loose from the status quo ante. I don't know.