The future is here. Robots are a real thing. It’s only a matter of time until many jobs are replaced by automation-bots. Industries such as retail, manufacturing, food services and transportation will be the first to change. We have already seen the changes in food services such as automated check out at grocery stores, automated ordering at McDonalds and manufacturing robots in assembly lines. 3D Printers are slowly evolving into usable technology that may replace many manufacturing jobs. Why go to the store and buy a set of plastic mugs when you can just print them? Self-driving cars are ALREADY HERE and can efficiently displace the entire transportation industry. Over time with demand for higher wages (minimum wage hikes) and cheaper and more complex robots we will begin to see a decline in available jobs in the aforementioned industries. The reality is that businesses are not charities and they owe a return to their shareholders. Like water, businesses will naturally find the lowest operating costs in order to appease their shareholders. You should not rely on the idea that a business will do the right thing for humanity by employing humans at a more expensive rate to do a “robots job”.
In the 21st century more people than ever are debating about having children. It’s most notable by the decline in reproductive rates around the world in western societies. Unfortunately many people are still having kids that really shouldn’t be (financially unprepared, irresponsibility and lack of understanding). So, I decided to put together a list of 4 reasons why you shouldn’t have children in the modern era and why many people are choosing to opt out. However, I’m not saying there is anything wrong with having children and for many of us wanting them is completely natural.
The above quote is from journalist Milo Yiannopoulos, who is a staunch advocate against social-progressivism. It’s taken from his recent article which you can read here. I took this quote to elaborate how it relates to what I have seen in my life and around the world when it comes to the idea of self-righteousness. Self-Righteousness is quite a fascinating concept because of it’s benign and positive image that it portrays. It’s shiny, it’s sparkly, it’s feel good and – it’s highly deceptive.
Idon’t like to use the term alpha male and beta male because I think it’s a weak premise. Simply because all men think they are alpha males at heart – so there is no real differentiation there. With that being said, do you know who the ultimate beta male is? In my opinion, it’s men who consciously or subconsciously take up crafts merely to manipulate sex out of women. I’ve met many of these men in my day and I smell them out like fresh shit on the grass. They are the men who posture themselves as photographers, musicians, spiritual gurus or social justice warriors FOR the purpose of getting laid. You might ask, how do you know when they are doing it just to get laid? It’s actually pretty easy, all you need to do is look at the amount of exaggeration they spew about their abilities. You also watch how they talk with women, throwing out falsehoods of their accomplishments and trying to make a “hard sale” of their artsy persona.