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    The Generation Game got a reaction from null; in Why are the So-Called BBC such arseholes?   
    You can fool some of the people all of the time and you can fool all of the people some of time. But the highest rated comments on this article last week 
    https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/45764852
    (make sure you open it in browser and not BBC app). 
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    The Generation Game reacted to swiss_democracy_for_all in The normalisation of female obesity   
    I think most men would probably prefer the Victoria Secret girl look, which is still pretty damned slim, to the super thin models. Nonetheless I still think it's wrong to ban thin models and allow/encourage plus size or even the extreme fat monsters like Tess Holliday. Especially on health grounds, it's the height of hypocrisy. 
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    The Generation Game reacted to Cunning Plan in Deluded Old Scrapper Birds On Dating Sites   
    You don't really understand men, do you?
     
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    The Generation Game reacted to Austin Allegro in Deluded Old Scrapper Birds On Dating Sites   
    Seconded. Recognising Oneitis and battling against it is a big first step to freedom. 
     
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    The Generation Game got a reaction from null; in Why are the So-Called BBC such arseholes?   
    You can fool some of the people all of the time and you can fool all of the people some of time. But the highest rated comments on this article last week 
    https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/45764852
    (make sure you open it in browser and not BBC app). 
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    The Generation Game reacted to Horrified Onlooker in Deluded Old Scrapper Birds On Dating Sites   
    Young Grasshopper may be ready to leave the temple...
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    The Generation Game reacted to JoeDavola in Deluded Old Scrapper Birds On Dating Sites   
    So...
    I tidied the flat. Stocked up on johnnies, wine, ect...
    Invited her over to the flat before we headed out, but she suggested just meeting outside the apartment block. Fair enough, I wasn't going to beg her to come up.
    Beautiful day in Belfast today; we ended up spending over 3 hours walking a loop of the most picturesque parts of the city along the water's edge, beautiful weather ect... Was kind of like the best first date ever, minus the lack of sex (which I actually don't mind). Conversation flowed really easily as we have a ton in common, far more than I'd actually thought as I'd never spent more than say 10 minutes with her before. Ran into a mate of mine at one point which was nice as proof that....ya know....I actually have mates. 
    She casually mentioned, in a not terribly enthusiastic tone, about being 'with' someone toward the end of the meeting, and mentioned something regarding that. I just ignored it and kept talking about what we'd been talking about. As we approached my flat at the end she was saying that she had to go back to her place for dinner blah blah. I invited her up anyway and she declined. I know I'll get mocked for this, but I didn't kiss her, based on the reception to touch earlier in the meeting and the general vibe. I told her I'd had a good time and gave her what was hopefully a non-beta casual hug, i.e. a hand around her waist/lower back, pulling her in ect. No hoverhand. As I said, I know people say I should have gone for the kiss but it really didn't seem the vibe for that.
    I actually feel great now. She is exactly the kind of person I'd like to date; she's exactly the kind of person I'd like as a long term relationship. But here's the thing; I won't be contacting her again. She seems effectively unavailable. And I think there's a good chance she doesn't fancy me, even though we had a great time. And this is the good thing that I've learned about myself compared to say 5 years ago; I've become red-pilled enough that I won't be falling into a state of Limerence and pining after her. I seem to have lost the 'oneitis' gene, which is a massive thing for me. What I certainly won't be doing is being the brainy beta that she has interesting conversations with before and after she's being screwed by the big alpha rugby player boyfriend (they are the embodiment of Joe Jackson's "pretty woman walking with gorillas down my street" lyric). I'm making myself scarce again, getting on with life, and if she enjoyed the time with me enough that she wants more it'll be as a dating relationship. Maybe she'll be single again in a few months and we can resume things then, who knows. I can't choose whether she's attracted to me or not, but I can choose not to invest time as a frustrating 'friendzone' type relationship that just ends up breeding contempt both for myself and her.
    Here's the odd thing that I'd never have guessed before this - the most prevailing feeling after this is a desire to start dating other women, as opposed to chasing after this one. Like several at once if need be. I think it's restored my mojo a bit after years of not going anywhere near a woman. This has been a good thing for me. And my flat's tidy.
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    The Generation Game reacted to Transistor Man in Numberphile   
    I haven't watched all the video yet, but I'm not a fan presenting this topic like this. It's almost dangerously misleading from what I can see, unless they are explaining the context.
    The sum of all natural numbers is a diverging series. Infinite, to me, in any practical sense. 
    From what I can see, you can get any answer by manipulating an infinite, diverging series.  
     
     
     
     
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    The Generation Game got a reaction from null; in Why are the So-Called BBC such arseholes?   
    You can fool some of the people all of the time and you can fool all of the people some of time. But the highest rated comments on this article last week 
    https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/45764852
    (make sure you open it in browser and not BBC app). 
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    The Generation Game got a reaction from onlyme in Bye bye Treason May?   
    I didn't realise that they let such uneducated people, who obviously didn't know what he was voting for, into positions of power. 
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    The Generation Game got a reaction from Bedrag Justesen in Why are the So-Called BBC such arseholes?   
    I've noticed Tucker Carlson shouting over his interviewees. It's started to irk me. 
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    The Generation Game reacted to Fully Detached in Qanon: high level intel, AI or LARP?!   
    I'm beginning to think we might be witnessing the birth of a new method of narrative control. The appearance of Q has coincided perfectly with the dawning awareness that the MSM is agenda driven bullshit; in fact I'd argue that it has trailed that dawning awareness to the extent that it is quite conceivably offered as a direct alternative for those who are looking for it. A lot of us have been more than willing to accept anything that challenges the old narrative without necessarily questioning the validity of the new one - which leaves us no better informed that we were before, albeit from a different perspective.
    If that is the case it's a work of genius. You have millions of people screaming that the MSM is fake news, whilst happily accepting an alternative narrative that provides no corroboration, no sources, no evidence - exactly what they accuse the other side of doing, whilst calling those who believe it blinkered sheep.
    The irony for me is that even with that suspicion, I still absolutely bloody love it 
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    The Generation Game reacted to XswampyX in Undercover in Antifa   
    Erm...
     
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    The Generation Game reacted to Frank Hovis in The left are literally going to lose their shit   
    From that Twitter thread:

     

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    The Generation Game reacted to Cunning Plan in I think ill fly RyanAir.....   
    Actually it sounds like fun.
    In my youth I dated a virgin hostie and got to travel very cheaply, or free at Christmas. There were about a dozen of us freeloading partners on a journey back from New York. 
    If you haven't spent a night in Virgin upper class getting totally pissed with 10 extremely gay guys watching 'Priscilla, queen of the Desert' on loop then you really haven't experienced how much fun air travel can be.
     
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    The Generation Game reacted to Soft lad in Everyday Feminism - lunatic SJWness   
    is Ann Widdecombe ia Dosdodder?  Look at Schofields face when she calls him a wimp
     
     
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    The Generation Game got a reaction from The Masked Tulip in Merkel’s Coronation, or the german election 2017   
    I had a look at the UKIP vote in the last election and it was pretty even by gender. Biggest variation seemed to be young women voting labour and old women voting Tory. 
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    The Generation Game reacted to Malthus in Bye bye Treason May?   
    This was always the plan 
    Just depends how much fudge the cabinet , DUP and British people are willing to swallow before the house of cards collapses 
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    The Generation Game reacted to Byron in Bye bye Treason May?   
    Well, I have said it before, but their manifesto was a suicide letter.
    The grey vote always turn out, many youngsters do not bother to vote,
    so, in order to win you have to court the grey vote whatever you think about it.
    What did the Tories do?
    1 Threatened the triple lock pension. They have learned the hard way that it is political suicide to do that.
    2 Threatened winter heating allowance.
    3 Miserably failed to capitalise on the Labour jibe of  'Dementia Tax.' When if they had accepted rather than rubbishing the jibe, they could have boasted that they were reducing the tax.
    4 Threatened school meals. Lots of grey voters are grand parents.
    5 Fox hunting. Probably appeals to a miniscule part of the electorate but appals a huge number.
    It is very easy to believe that they did not wish to win that election.
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    The Generation Game reacted to Happy Renting in I think ill fly RyanAir.....   
    Bloody hell.
    I don't give a toss about the gender/orientation* of the flightcrew.
    I'm more concerned about crosswinds than cross-dressing.
     
     
     
    * obviously I prefer the pilot to be facing forward.
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    The Generation Game reacted to ste in Bye bye Treason May?   
    "Tory revolt within days"
    They've been stringing this along for months now, Boris, Rees-Mogg, the DUP other 'brexiteers' - its clear that it's all talk. Every time May capitulates, strong words are said in public, then more capitulation happens, which can only show what is said in private differs to the public stance and makes no difference. 
    The amount the above have retreated over the last few months has been embarrassing, that is if what they say in public is what they believe in.
    The current Tories are even further left that the shower of shite we had under Tony Blair's government. May just needs to get the Brexit stitch up through, walk away with the Tory party in tatters and it'll be job done as far as shes concerned.
    If Boris has true ambitions to be Prime Minister, the last thing he wants it to catch this mess just as May signs it all over - i'll be surprised if he's handed his letter to the 1922 committee at all. 
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    The Generation Game reacted to The Masked Tulip in Trump's progress   
    Was it Celsius? Doh - of course it was. 50 Fahrenheit and they would be in crisis.
    Perhaps they felt that it was a cold day to be queing out for all those hours?
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    The Generation Game reacted to The Masked Tulip in The Ubermensch commeth   
    For some reason I assumed thos would be about Louise Mensch's thighs.
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    The Generation Game got a reaction from NTB in Trump's progress   
    I'd hardly call 10 degrees Celsius "heat". 
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    The Generation Game reacted to assetrichcashpoor in Heathrow passengers prevent Somali Criminal deportation   
    I’ve said before that anyone granted asylum should be entered into a lifetime behavioural contract. If after they are granted asylum they are convicted of a crime that could attract a sentence of 4 years or more then once their sentence is completed they are deported immediately on their release from prison. With no right to appeal, if they want asylum they need to demonstrate they can behave in a civilised manner.