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My 2019 tour through the United States
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(11-27-2019 10:04 AM)Dr. Howard Wrote:  Roosh, congratulations on finishing your tour. I am glad that it seemed relatively un-dramatic. I can't help but marvel at the smoothness of this speaking tour compared to the meetup outrage. The heathen animosity at having you do anything is the same, but the level of attacks that actually formed against you were incredibly different.

Coordinated meetups while still under the banner of fornication resulted in great conflicts, while those under the banner of reflection, self improvement and finding Christ found a clear path. Glory to God.

Not only smooth in terms of lack of protests, but logistically as well. I drove 15,000 miles on my own to over 100 cities while planning 23 live events. Bad things happen in such an endeavor and crises come up, but I was spared. Physically I was worn out, but I didn't even catch a cold that set me back a day. Everything proceeded as planned. I see it as a miracle.

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RE: My 2019 tour through the United States
Which cities/towns of the US would you recommend most? For:

-visiting as a tourist/foreigner
-staying medium term to be an aupair/student
-As a teen/early 20s guy to grow up
-As an American/immigrant to raise a family
11-27-2019 11:40 AM
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YouTube may be trying to get justification to ban your channel using feedback request messages. I watch your Babylon Road episodes on my TV when possible using the integrated YouTube app. This app never normally makes requests but today in the list of videos of my subs it had a special message asking me to rate out of five stars your last Babylon Road video. The message justified the request by saying that they were trying to improve YouTube. It struck me as a bit ominous, especially when there are rumors on the chans of a massive purge coming in December. Of course I gave your video five stars.
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(11-27-2019 01:35 PM)rotekz Wrote:  YouTube may be trying to get justification to ban your channel using feedback request messages. I watch your Babylon Road episodes on my TV when possible using the integrated YouTube app. This app never normally makes requests but today in the list of videos of my subs it had a special message asking me to rate out of five stars your last Babylon Road video. The message justified the request by saying that they were trying to improve YouTube. It struck me as a bit ominous, especially when there are rumors on the chans of a massive purge coming in December. Of course I gave your video five stars.

YouTube is letting me monetize some of my travel videos, so I take that as a positive sign I won't be ban hammered soon. They haven't demonetized my entire channel like many others.

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11-27-2019 01:39 PM
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^You're no longer a target for the liberals. You're taking an angle of Christianity rather than 'misogyny' so they have no use for you. Liberals consider all Christian men to be useless idiots not worthy of actively hating but rather doing so passively through general propaganda. You're boring to them now and no longer giving them the dopamine hits from their hysterics and desire for drama.

They will come for you and other Christians later, however, as when they move on after conquering globalhomo, pedophile rights, late stage abortion etc they will go for the finishing blow.

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Roosh, do you believe that Youtube or Twitter are messing with your view counts or number of followers? I don't have a Twitter account, but I checked Nick Fuentes account a few weeks ago and now again, and it seems like with the tremendous publicity he's gotten his followers on Twitter have not increased much. Think he was around 70k and he's still around 70k. It seems a little suspicious.
11-27-2019 07:24 PM
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Despite having a notch count of 1,000+, I still hope Roosh finds a under 25 virgin wife from Armenia or Iran

If Roosh finds a virgin wife from Iran, will he convert to Islam?
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(12-01-2019 08:08 PM)Rasho Wrote:  Despite having a notch count of 1,000+, I still hope Roosh finds a under 25 virgin wife from Armenia or Iran

If Roosh finds a virgin wife from Iran, will he convert to Islam?

He will probably make the virgin wife become Christian.
When a girl start dating someone that they REALLY LIKE, the girl will enter his frame especially virgins are easier to influence.

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Quote:New video: Babylon Road #24 - Reidsville, Charlottesville, The End

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Roosh has a cute black bear called Sibeth, did I hear that right?

Amusingly, it's the name of the new Speaker for the French government, daughter of very powerful Senegalese politicians.

Anyway, I like the second point of the video: the more hellish surroundings you endure and survive, the more your soul (and faith) is reinforced. I guess that's what the Bible hints at (if memory serves me right) with "being tested like gold in the furnace".
12-03-2019 08:58 AM
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I believe the bear is called C-Bass or Sea Bass after the southener in 'Dumb and Dumber'.

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(12-03-2019 08:14 AM)CynicalContrarian Wrote:  @rooshv
Quote:New video: Babylon Road #24 - Reidsville, Charlottesville, The End


Happy to see Maggie the Cow got back on track, stopped LARPing as a pig, and accepted her God-given bovinity.
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The Babylon Road series is finished! Now I can work on producing the lecture video.

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#24 - best installment yet
especially the segment about finding a wife is money
12-03-2019 12:23 PM
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(12-03-2019 09:07 AM)rotekz Wrote:  I believe the bear is called C-Bass or Sea Bass after the southener in 'Dumb and Dumber'.

Bear, cow, spider and elk, the road to Babylon passes through Assisi.

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Let's just hope in any case that C-Beth/C-Bass the bear is not a distant heir of the Damnatio Ad Bestias' ferocious bears that used to devour Christians, under guidance from the Establishment and for entertainment of the populace.
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Bring on the return of Roosh Hour after a well deserved rest. I actually felt quite emotional watching this final installment. I've had a rough 6 months and this series was a nice bit of escapism. We really need a huge RVF meetup event. I'd fly to the States for it.

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Thank you for showing your side journeys to the churches and monasteries. I was directly influenced by your visits, to side-track to the Shrine of Our Lady of the Island on Long Island New York, while on business. 30 ft statue of Mary and the Christ Child, and a wooded 'avenue of the saints'. Misty, chilly, and peaceful.
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I thought Roosh went off the deep end for the first 75% of his tour. But as of the last few videos I think I was wrong to think that.

Good quality content as you progress on your journey and I'd like to hear more.

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Extremely cozy final hour. Thank you Roosh.
12-04-2019 10:28 PM
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Really enjoyed the videos Roosh and I'm glad you rated Rocky Mountain National Park as best park!

Back in May, I suggested to Roosh (and everyone else) to visit them. Here is my original post for those interested in what RMNP is all about:

Quote:1. Goto Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado - About 90 minutes from Denver.

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2. Stay in Estes Park right next to RMNP at the historic Stanley Hotel; the hotel that inspired Stephen King to write The Shining.

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3. Go on a nature drive/hike throughout The Rockies and explore.

Trust me dude... after driving through boring ass Nebraska and eastern Colorado, you will feel like you're in Heaven. The Rockies are simply majestic and when you finally see them through the hazy summer sky in the distance, after hours and hours of nothingness, it will feel amazing. One of my most fondest memories; taking in The Rockies and exploring all its natural glory.

From this:

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To this:
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To finally this:

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I need to get back there some time.
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I spent a long time on the front range. I'm down.
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(11-21-2019 01:46 PM)Aquarius Wrote:  I do see Charleston has had massive growth in the 2010s and has become a major tourist destination. I wonder if its already following Nashville's footsteps in becoming a destination city for Yankee transplants with zero respect of the local culture.

Yes, it is. I spent some time there in 2018 after a few years abroad and it's already changed a lot. It's still a lovely city, but I can see the signs creeping in.

One thing that's very odd is that they gentrified "Upper" King St., which was the ghetto just a few years ago. In fact, it was basically the beginning of one big ghetto that stretched from there to North Charleston.

Now most of the city's nightlife has shifted from Market St. to Upper King, so you have this weird scene near the end of the night where there are groups of huge thug dudes wandering in from the hood and gathered sporadically along the street, then all of the white, preppy Southern college students filing past on the way back to their dorm rooms/apartments. It's like some kind of wildlife special, with the lions trying to catch a gazelle straggling behind the herd.

And for some reason, while the homeless are restricted from panhandling in other main tourist areas, they're not on Upper King, so every other doorway has some ratty dude camped out on a piece of cardboard, all day long, who you have to avoid to get into the upscale restaurants and bars. The nearby library is also overrun with homeless.

There were also a couple “refugees welcome” stickers around and someone spray painted a hammer and sickle on a nice, historic building.

Meanwhile a black dishwasher who got fired came back to work and murdered the head chef. This is all on a single street, within the span of a few small city blocks. The church shooting from a few years ago took place about a block away down Calhoun.

I was paying $1,800 a month for a tiny two-bedroom right off this area, and had to take a parallel street up to Calhoun just to avoid the homeless. One night I'm walking home and there's some random lady screaming at these college students, going on about their race, over something stupid. They didn't give her a dollar or something, I can't remember exactly.

Compare this to a few years ago, when all of the action was towards the water, and you could simply avoid going near the rougher areas of town. Maybe this will change, but I doubt it. Downtown Charleston is actually a Democrat city and has been for a long time.

And they’re really hammering the “best tourism” city narrative to get as many people there as possible.

North Charleston is an utter shithole. There's no saving that place. Give me the "third world" any day.

Mt. Pleasant and most of the islands aren't bad though.

Quote:As far as South Carolina goes, I heard good things about Greenville. Another city high on my list of places to check out.

Greenville is becoming one of the country's first "smart cities" tard Welcome to the technocracy.
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Roosh should start a Fight Club style commune in West Virginia that rejects material consumerism and is dedicated to fighting and defeating degenerate modernity in all its forms. The fire rises!

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Good wrapup video. The way you felt in LA is how I've felt every time I go to the DC area. I don't really like anything about it-- federal workers voting for an expanding leviathan at everyone else's expense, liberalism, globohomo, and world citizens galore, ridiculous home prices, sprawl, and the fact that it takes so long to get anywhere... well has it been called Mordor on the Potomac.

That said, there's nothing wrong with the land and Virginia can be very nice when you get outside NoVa.
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Roosh's talk about what he saw from men's wives during his travels was great. When I met my wife - well, it wasn't exactly the case that I thought I'd have to throw Game out the window, but it was obvious that many of the "dread" factors wouldn't be an issue with her. I don't have to struggle to maintain her attraction for me because it's naturally very high. Although much of what I learned about frame, body language, personal behavior, etc. is valid regardless of the situation.

I could have studiously applied Game to acquire a relationship with a woman who was way too hot for me, and then I would have needed to apply the Dread aspects nonstop to keep her... but in my opinion this is really not worth it. I think my wife is very attractive, but there are definitely hotter chicks at the gym and elsewhere.

But when tempted I have to ask myself: could I ever trust some thot in yoga pants 01% as much as my wife? Would she be as sweet, selfless, caring, and thoughtful? Not a chance.

I am very fortunate that I have a spiritually-based relationship with my wife. It may be unrealistic to expect a girl who looks like a Ukranian model to wind up as your tradwife, but there are decent ladies out there, especially if you're willing to be the higher-status one in the relationship.
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