posted on Aug, 5 2005 @ 01:55 PM
dewd, I have been where you are and to tell you the truth.. it gets no better. This is what life is all about. You will suffer, slave and expire and
be used by those around you at the first opportunity they get. All people have an agenda or they would not choose to associate with other people.
The fact of the matter is, if you think life is the same as in fairytalez where you have a soulmate, you are going to lead a very dissapointed life.
In my opinion, if you want to get by in life, you have t treat women like excrement, walk all over people at the first opportunity you get and always
go behind peoples back. It's survival of the fittest out there and since changing my lifestyle and acting the opposite to that which I beleive is
moral, my life has increased for the better. I don't feel gratified where morality is concerned but who cares when you ain't got to worry about a
relationship that can go wrong or colleagues who will walk all over you. Think of life as a race up a narrow stairway.
The first to the top is the winner. No second prize for being polite and allowing someone else to walk ahead of you as you stand a side.. if you have
to - trip them up and run over them. Don't let a woman chat to you halfway up the stairs because they will keep you static indefinitley whilst
others pass you by getting further up the stairs and thus making themselves more appealing to the women and leaving you feeling as if nice guys finish
Nice guys finish last but nasty people are always rich and successful.
Be like Patrick Bateman!
Jesus might have been a homosexual.
- He had the apostles (all fellas) that he would hang out with.
- Never had a girlfriend/wife/partner so to speak.
- Was in touch with his 'emotions'
- Jesus totally rejected the masculine code of valour and violence universally espoused in his time
- Jesus and his male friends like to kiss each other, for example Matthew 26:49
- John 13:25 tells of John lying with his head on Jesus's breast. Straight men don't do that, at least not in our culture.