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heres the bigger question for y'all - cmm - 11-13-2019 02:20 AM

is roosh trying to start a religious cult or just sell more books. does he really believe in god or is he a conartist who timed his supposed conversion to mitigate his works being pulled so he can publish works that are more likely to be accepted and financially viable over the long term. whats ur theory?


RE: heres the bigger question for y'all - MichaelWitcoff - 11-13-2019 02:48 AM

(11-13-2019 02:20 AM)cmm Wrote:  is roosh trying to start a religious cult or just sell more books. does he really believe in god or is he a conartist who timed his supposed conversion to mitigate his works being pulled so he can publish works that are more likely to be accepted and financially viable over the long term. whats ur theory?

Roosh saw the error of his ways and converted. There are people in the world pretending to be Christians for money / fame / status / power / etc, but a true sign of faith is what someone's willing to sacrifice for it. In Roosh's case he sacrificed a decade of work on sinful topics, as well as the lifestyle involved in all that, in order to start preaching the one message the world hates most. People don't do that to be "financially viable."


RE: heres the bigger question for y'all - Sooth - 11-13-2019 03:28 AM

His conversion mimics that of others who are genuine. It is real.

He heard the shepherds voice, and instead of hiding came into the open.


RE: heres the bigger question for y'all - Tom Slick - 11-13-2019 03:45 AM

Roosh is not only starting a book-selling cult, but he's astroturfing it with hitchhikers he's picked up during his cross-country tour.

He pressures the thumb trippers to earn their passage and has so far ensnared unfortunate social castaways Bert and Tom, who charged in to join Arnold and Tuna in Roosh's Dodge Cult Compound at Jack Ruby Ridge, where they are trained in a variety of scams to boost Roosh's book sales.

One of their most common ploys is for Roosh to look up the obituaries in each small town of simple, friendly people he visits and make Bert cold call widows. Playing on their sorrow, Bert says the recently departed ordered her a special leather bound edition of Lady before his passing, included with a personal inscription for the missus.

If she bites, Tom makes the inscription in the book with his fangs, Tuna's drone delivery flies it over with Arnold, who gets the money because who could say no to such a pugnacious collector.

Roosh must be stopped.


RE: heres the bigger question for y'all - Latan - 11-13-2019 05:02 AM

Spending time wondering about other people's lifes, on top of being a female habit, is lost time you could have used to better yours.


RE: heres the bigger question for y'all - Vladimir Poontang - 11-13-2019 06:03 AM

is the op going to get a line through his name, whats ur theory?


RE: heres the bigger question for y'all - VNvet - 11-13-2019 06:14 AM

(11-13-2019 06:03 AM)Vladimir Poontang Wrote:  is the op going to get a line through his name, whats ur theory?

I'm going with a 100% chance that this 2.5 month sleeper account gets the axe. The better question is whether this is a previously banned member or a clueless newbie?

OP looks fresh and naive to me.


RE: heres the bigger question for y'all - RoastBeefCurtains4Me - 11-13-2019 07:28 AM

OP is butthurt because a guy on the internet converted to Christianity. Must be nice not to have any real problems, with nothing better to sorry about.

tard


RE: heres the bigger question for y'all - Easy_C - 11-13-2019 08:23 AM

Interesting how a move towards Catholicism is what kicks off a massive wave of trolling and attacks.


RE: heres the bigger question for y'all - Rush87 - 11-13-2019 08:32 AM

Doesn't really matter as the forum exists to promote christianity regardless.


RE: heres the bigger question for y'all - Dr. Howard - 11-13-2019 08:50 AM

(11-13-2019 02:20 AM)cmm Wrote:  is roosh trying to start a religious cult or just sell more books. does he really believe in god or is he a conartist who timed his supposed conversion to mitigate his works being pulled so he can publish works that are more likely to be accepted and financially viable over the long term. whats ur theory?

Roosh would have converted to a male feminist instead of a Christian if being financially viable and accepted was the goal.


RE: heres the bigger question for y'all - CynicalContrarian - 11-13-2019 08:56 AM

(11-13-2019 02:20 AM)cmm Wrote:  is roosh trying to start a religious cult or just sell more books. does he really believe in god or is he a conartist who timed his supposed conversion to mitigate his works being pulled so he can publish works that are more likely to be accepted and financially viable over the long term. whats ur theory?


You have yet to learn that hedonism is hollow.


RE: heres the bigger question for y'all - Leonard D Neubache - 11-13-2019 10:02 AM

OP's poor sentence construction, complete lack of capitalization and lapse into textspeak at the end reveals the low IQ and laziness inherent in female writing.

A typist vagina is apparently looking for something to use in her next mind-numbingly boring social justice blog post. Unfortunately her browser obviously isn't compatible with whatever linguistic software she uses to salvage viable communiques from the pre-school level garbage she pecks up on her keyboard.

Give her a break. Her boss is probably about to give her job to a monkey trained to pick random scrabble tiles and then feed the resultant mess through Grammarly, and although at today's banana prices he might break even, the monkey is probably more pleasant to have around the office and also looks better in a dress.


RE: heres the bigger question for y'all - Simeon_Strangelight - 11-13-2019 10:24 AM

I don't have to follow Roosh into everything he does or believes in. All you need to do is be respectful of Christianity and you are fine.

Discussing Game can be done elsewhere if you need that.

And the idea that Roosh is going to create a cult is pure mainstream talking point - the religious thought is just normal orthodox Christianity. I have a cousin of mine who converted from literal Neonazi to uber-religious Catholic over time. He is the same buff talk strong good-looking bloke, but he just talks about Jesus and the church a lot and is dedicated to his wife and family.


RE: heres the bigger question for y'all - Mr Gibbs - 11-13-2019 10:35 AM

^^^ Either that or it’s some 3rd world immigrant here to replace her prestigious and totally deserved affirmative action job, with specific hiring quotas for women an POC’s.


RE: heres the bigger question for y'all - Donfitz007 - 11-13-2019 12:21 PM

Although I openly do not support the rule changes and did have my doubts whether this is a massive con, I do believe now that Roosh is genuine. He banned too many loyal, and valuable posters on here not to be genuine. With all the things to happen in his life this chapter naturally comes.


RE: heres the bigger question for y'all - Goldin Boy - 11-13-2019 02:34 PM

(11-13-2019 10:24 AM)Simeon_Strangelight Wrote:  I don't have to follow Roosh into everything he does or believes in. All you need to do is be respectful of Christianity and you are fine.

Discussing Game can be done elsewhere if you need that.

And the idea that Roosh is going to create a cult is pure mainstream talking point - the religious thought is just normal orthodox Christianity. I have a cousin of mine who converted from literal Neonazi to uber-religious Catholic over time. He is the same buff talk strong good-looking bloke, but he just talks about Jesus and the church a lot and is dedicated to his wife and family.

Roosh has a wife and kids? Had no idea, good for him.

Mindblown3


RE: heres the bigger question for y'all - Matsufubu - 11-13-2019 05:12 PM

I knew when I saw "y'all" that this was a woman.

You don't get worldly riches by turning away from the Devil, sweetheart.


RE: heres the bigger question for y'all - Yeah Right - 11-13-2019 08:45 PM

Liberals love to un-ironically like to use the Texas/Southern phrase "y'all" when they attempt to talk down to people they don't like or sound more important than they are when they try to bring up a "point." It's their virtue signal to try to publicly call attention to themselves and see if other people publicly agree with them. It goes without saying but it's good to see someone like that banned.

I think atheists/agnostics or people still in PUA can coexist with the now christian-driven form over the long term, like how Christians previously coexisted with PUAs here. I guess only if you're an idiot or ask idiot questions will you get banned.


RE: heres the bigger question for y'all - Vladimir Poontang - 11-14-2019 05:23 AM

It started as a troll thread, and now it's quite productive. Only in the good old RV of F, y'all.


RE: heres the bigger question for y'all - Sword and Board - 11-14-2019 05:33 AM

This positive new direction is threatening to certain peoples interests/agenda. They hold a deep hatred for Christians and the truth. Shifting focus from hedonism and pick up artistry to an informed Christian/political/JQ collective with stricter guidelines is much harder for trolls piloting incognito golems to disrupt, divide, misdirect and subvert. They will still persist with great earnest of course, some of them will pretend to embrace the new format. Beware the wolf in sheep's clothing. "By their fruits shall ye know them"


RE: heres the bigger question for y'all - d'Aversa - 11-14-2019 05:54 AM

(11-13-2019 05:12 PM)Matsufubu Wrote:  I knew when I saw "y'all" that this was a woman.

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RE: heres the bigger question for y'all - Teedub - 11-14-2019 06:46 AM

Haha that's very accurate.


RE: heres the bigger question for y'all - RawGod - 11-14-2019 07:08 AM

^^love the blue checkmark there, so true. Y'all.


RE: heres the bigger question for y'all - Handsome Creepy Eel - 11-14-2019 07:08 AM

Wait, isn't the bigger question if the Man o' Drumpf trolled us all? Troll