Libertarian Prepper

The world divides politically into those who want people to be controlled, and those who have no such desire.

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Relationships and Self-growth

The process of seeking out a lifelong partner seems to be at least in equal measure the process of discovering, determining, and standing by your self-valuation. This can be especially difficult and painful for people who start out with low self-esteem, such as myself. For a very long time nobody showed interest in me

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The Tragic Futility of Relationships Driven by Unmet Childhood Needs

Here's the sad fucking truth - the people who need something the most are the least likely to get it from others. The more we reek of desperation, the less likely we are to have our needs met, and the more likely we are to be exploited, with our needs treated as weaknesses and points of ingress for abusers. It's almost

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The Purge is actually real

No, seriously. The idea of The Purge and its sequel is that in a dystopian future, the US government introduces a program that enables people to commit all sorts of crimes without legal repercussion for the duration of 24 hours. Supposedly this reduces overall crime, because according to this backwards view of psychology,

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A review of “Lucy”: the film’s hidden meaning

From a first look, Lucy is not the most interesting film out there. Its tagline and the entire premise for the film, that "The average person uses 10% of their brain capacity" is a false and widely disproved urban myth. Not exactly a great start. And the synopsis, that this woman "transforms into a merciless warrior

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Spanking is Cowardly

A lot of the anti-spanking comments I've seen revolve around scientific and psychological arguments, such as "Spanking is ineffective" or "Spanking causes brain damage". This is all true, as countless studies over the past few decades have shown. But to me, this is just not enough. The amount of anger I experience