• Content count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

About Hardkill

  • Rank
    - - -

Personal Information

  • Gender
  1. Ah, I see. So, you can get laid with a 9 or 10 model babe with cold approach alone. It's just that you can't count on pulling the hottest girls CONSISTENTLY without elite level social circles.
  2. I agree with that, but why did you say in your first "how to get laid" vid, that in order to attract the hottest girls you realistically have to offer something more than just a sexually charismatic vibe?
  3. Speaking of religion and conservatives why did US not become as secular as the Northern, Central, and Western European countries?
  4. I can understand a little as to there has still been a sizable amount of people in the US who are still vaccine hesitant and it's mostly because they are afraid of the risks of the vaccines including the possible "long-term" negative effects it may have (even though they are wrong about that). However, why do we still have several millions of people in the US who are still extremely upset about mask mandates? There is a zero percent risk to wearing them and It's not like they believe that the masks might cause some kind of long-term negative effects to them.
  5. lol. This is getting very philosophical. I am really going to have to think long and hard about this.
  6. Alright, well that's actually encouraging. Thank you.
  7. So, if I am just making up the definitions of "1st world country" and "democracy," then what is the correct definition of a first world country?
  8. Well yeah, I believe that. Though, I am still concerned about running out of time for succeeding financially, escaping wage slavery, having the kind of career that I truly want, and finding a life purpose that I would be passionate about
  9. Yeah, that's actually true. All of the wars and political issues that have ever happened since the dawn of mankind have each resulted in varying amounts of progress for each country in the world. Still, we got to get corporate lobby money out of politics ASAP for the sake of progress for our country and for the rest of the world!
  10. That's a valid and wise point. Though, it is hard for me to see how much more significant progress can be made when our country keeps getting more and more politically divided over time. Also, I pray that corporate lobbying gets outlawed in the foreseeable future.
  11. Yeah, I wish I was 25-26 years old again. I am 34 years old which means that I am getting close to being middle age. That's why I feel like I don't have much time left for fulfill my stage Orange desires.
  12. I am not saying that it has to be like US. Though are you saying that a nation doesn't have to have a high level of democracy in order to become a 1st world country?
  13. Well, alright that does sounds a lot more reasonable. Okay, I'll try to see what I can come up with for society.
  14. Well, I guess that's somewhat true. During the 80s and early 90s, our country did regress in a lot of ways thanks to Reagan, H.W. Bush, and the Goldwaterite liberatarian movement. Then during the 90s, the country got stabilized but actually didn't really make any permanent progress at all for the country during Clinton's presidency as far as I am concerned. Afterwards, throughout almost the entire 2000s decade, the US regressed in some ways once again under W. Bush. However, it was during Obama's presidency that our country finally began to make significant long-term progress for our country including major acknowledgement and support for LGBTQ+ rights, repairing economy and improving it's level of development, Obamacare, taking down Bin Laden, and perhaps a few other things. Though since about the late 1970s, America has been progressing at a slower rate than it was before thanks to both the emergence of massive amount of corporate lobbying and the growing political polarization of our country since that decade.
  15. Ahh, I see...that's interesting. By true 1st world democracy I mean a democracy in a first world country like the US or Israel, whereas a 2nd world democracy would be one in a 2nd world country like India or Mongolia. Actually, according to the experts on this matter, the US has sadly dropped from being a full or liberal democracy to being on the level of a flawed or illiberal democracy very similar to that of Israel. However, according to the democracy index, the US and Israel still have a much higher level of democracy than countries like India or Mongolia. So, you could say that the USA did begin with some kind of democracy and then from there, the country's level of democracy continually increased overtime in a gradual manner over the course of almost two centuries. Correct?