Red Pill in a Blue Pill World, or can women swallow the Red

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05 Jan 2014, 5:29 pm

I can sit and watch The Matrix as a film. I think it's ok and I've got it in my collection.

I've also got Matrix revolution, but on both occasions when I've gone to watch it, I've fell asleep. So I won't bother in future. It's probably a pile of shite.


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05 Jan 2014, 5:44 pm

babybird wrote:
I can sit and watch The Matrix as a film. I think it's ok and I've got it in my collection.

I've also got Matrix revolution, but on both occasions when I've gone to watch it, I've fell asleep. So I won't bother in future. It's probably a pile of shite.


I've got all three DVDs. The first one is good, the 2nd so so and the 3rd Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.


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05 Jan 2014, 5:59 pm

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babybird wrote:
I can sit and watch The Matrix as a film. I think it's ok and I've got it in my collection.

I've also got Matrix revolution, but on both occasions when I've gone to watch it, I've fell asleep. So I won't bother in future. It's probably a pile of shite.

I've got all three DVDs. The first one is good, the 2nd so so and the 3rd Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.

The primary redeeming feature of the Matrix trilogy is the presence of Hugo Weaving as Agent Smith(s) in all 3 of them.

Keanu Reeves, Laurence Fishburne and Carrie-Anne Moss are all boring extras in comparison.


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05 Jan 2014, 6:05 pm

I don't even rate Keanu reaves as an actor.


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05 Jan 2014, 8:30 pm

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You're talking about women SWALLOWING something???? How misogynistic!! !! I'm calling the mods. This thread needs to be locked IMMEDIATELY.


Wow. I was talking about swallowing a pill XD . My god, do be so damn damn sensitive and in the gutter XD . All I was saying was about accepting how f****d up things are (red pill), and with blue pill, it is basically going back to the Kardashians, football, etc.



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05 Jan 2014, 9:34 pm

^ If you mean it in that sense, then yes, women can accept reality as well as men can. They might not voice uncomfortable truths as often because they're more socialised to be 'nice' and not say things that might upset people.

If you meant it in the PUA sense at all, then yes, women can't swallow that rubbish because both sexes are equally capable of believing nonsense.


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05 Jan 2014, 9:52 pm

puddingmouse wrote:
^ If you mean it in that sense, then yes, women can accept reality as well as men can. They might not voice uncomfortable truths as often because they're more socialised to be 'nice' and not say things that might upset people.

If you meant it in the PUA sense at all, then yes, women can't swallow that rubbish because both sexes are equally capable of believing nonsense.


I mean the first. Like all the damn wars, the lack of freedom, the fiat paradise, etc. . I guess that is what I mean. It seems the girls I am around seem to worry more about hanging with friends, etc. Maybe I am just screwed up.



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05 Jan 2014, 10:07 pm

Among the community of activists who are "awake" to the issues you mention, I have met as many females as males. I am guessing you are talking about your special interests to women who are not interested in them, and are generalizing that all women are uninterested in those things.



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06 Jan 2014, 3:39 am

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I mean the first. Like all the damn wars, the lack of freedom, the fiat paradise, etc.


I'd hardly call a fiat paradise! They are one of the cheapest and nastiest cars on the road.

[img][800:768]http://www.autowallpaper.de/Wallpaper/Fiat/Fiat_500F/Bilder/Fiat_500_F_2.jpg[/img]


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06 Jan 2014, 4:26 am

HAHA but TM everything is relative [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QQh56geU0X8[/youtube]

at least this one has the single wheel at the back

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dJfSS0ZXYdo[/youtube]


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06 Jan 2014, 5:48 am

Seems the blue, yellow, and purple are the most popular.

They put a pink bow on Pac-man and from there it all just went straight downhill I'm afraid.



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06 Jan 2014, 6:31 am

Shau wrote:
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Birth control pill!


In your case, I'm rather hoping the pill in question is Ritalin.
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06 Jan 2014, 6:34 am

The blue pill being Nyquil and the red pill Dayquil?


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06 Jan 2014, 2:22 pm

I don't get the constant need to gender everything. Men are no more or less out of touch with reality than women are. 99% of people are just awful regardless of sex. Thinking your gender is somehow better (or smarter, more logic, etc) than the other is not just sexist. It's profoundly stupid...........



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07 Jan 2014, 9:21 am

I am not trying to make that observation, it just seems like more males get it than females, at least IRL. I could be wrong, but it seems like it is more males questioning the status quo (on 9/11, federal reserve, government,etc.). The only women I hear considering it is middle aged women. Otherwise (and maybe I should have prefaced with this), maybe it is only women my own age (19) that don't get it. IDK . Any thoughts?



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07 Jan 2014, 10:25 am

Some people may not be aware of the buzz regarding the red pill blue pill view of our world.

There is a sub-set view called MGTOW that many men have been drawn to

http://www.mgtowhistory.com/

A broader view sees the present social order as one of increasing collectivism and attendant loss of freedom.

The MGTOW can also be seen from a religious perspective as well.

http://christianpioneer.com/blog/blog.htm