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What is currently in its Golden Age?
There's a lot of doom and gloom in these parts. But I'm old enough to have observed that Golden Ages and peaks in any given field are usually not recognized as such until they're over.

For example, I think movies and pop music in the 80s were pretty damn peak. Yet at the time this was certainly not the general view - the pop culture artifacts of the 60s and 70s were seen as more important and enduring than the supposedly throwaway products of the 80s.

In culture of any type, the arts, maybe in entrepreneurial opportunities, travel destinations, anything - what do you think is currently in its "never been better" phase?

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RE: What is currently in its Golden Age?
Good topic idea OP.

Off the top of my head... gaming? Working from home and remote desktop jobs, E-sports, MMA?

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RE: What is currently in its Golden Age?
Not much. Most arts are in decline. Gaming peaked in the late 90's early 2000's as that era gave us classics like Thief and Deus Ex that haven't even remotely been approached by anything since.

MMA peaked in the mid 2010s. Travel is starting to hurt due to increasing squeeze on comfort, prices, and formerly nice destinations like China and Brussels becoming some combination of dangerous or oppressive. The mini-renaissance of television drama we had got snuffed out quickly as everything was overtaken by an aggressive wokeness.

Personally the only thing I can think of is tabletop gaming, which is experiencing an almost incomprehensibly huge growth (over 1700% in about three years) and in most major city you can find "game cafes" that serve as a social space by providing tables, game libraries, drinks, and food. Most of these in turn are packed during most nights. It's also an industry where the "Kickstarter" culture has worked out very well and allowed the market to do a good job of sorting out what's good and what's shit.

For me it's a great thing knowing my kids won't have to rely on shitty Milton Bradley games for non-electronic family fun. There's great stuff out there now like Ticket to Ride as well as a huge number of co-operative games like Gloomhaven that would have helped us have a good time with my brothers being generally sore losers.
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RE: What is currently in its Golden Age?
^Funny that you mention tabletop gaming, EasyC. I agree as I play occasionally and I support games that I like when I see them popping up on Kickstarter from time to time. I also noticed as an old D&D player that it's actually possible to buy the game in non-specialist stores again for the first time in a couple of decades (in my medium size city).

It's very cool if nerdy tabletop games are actually getting big enough to be basically mainstream. There's certainly a lot of creativity going into them. I would have killed to have had something like Gloomhaven back in my high school years.

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RE: What is currently in its Golden Age?
I love tech and especially home automation stuff. If you want to get a useful hobby then buy a Raspberry Pi and start learn some code (or you could even copy other people's code for that matter). It's easier than ever now and possible to some really fun stuff. I've built a pool thermometer for my parents which is connected through an app so they can check the temperature on their phones.

Next step is to build is a smart mirror and be able to use it with Google Assistent



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RE: What is currently in its Golden Age?
Petroleum burning automobiles with steering wheels. Soon we will be picked up in communal taxi-boxes we request on demand using an app.
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RE: What is currently in its Golden Age?
I think someone on the music thread posted the YouTube video of the guy who covered an entire Rush album doing all instruments himself.

I think that sums up the strengths and weaknesses the arts are facing right now. Talented and dedicated people who do work that is technically excellent, but...just retreading the ground of earlier times. And all done from a bedroom somewhere, posted online for a few likes from people who then click away to watch funny cats. Something is lacking.

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RE: What is currently in its Golden Age?
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RE: What is currently in its Golden Age?
His collapse after the 500kg deadlift was EPIC.
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RE: What is currently in its Golden Age?
Yes but necessarily for good...we can look over our past in blackpilling detail.

Synthwave/and or "Fashwave", I think it actually speaks to the malaise and tragedy of the age we're in and the hope for something better. A future that seemed destined but never did occur. What other music is doing this now?





User generated content, and livestreams in particular, people are using these things to replace friends or as an outlet for resonant human connection that they can't feel day to day. Hours long pub like conversation. It's actually a little surreal even from only 10 years ago.





Being able to access the ocean of human knowledge and music, all that has ever existed basically.
For now...

We're in the ruminating phase while we're allowed to.
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RE: What is currently in its Golden Age?
(12-04-2019 01:46 AM)squiggly Wrote:  His collapse after the 500kg deadlift was EPIC.

Damn, that's impressive. Did he hurt himself?
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RE: What is currently in its Golden Age?
Nothing is tbh. Maybe tech of you're in to that, I just find it a nuisance and removes any connection with the real world.

They're very busy with using tech to take our freedoms away which past tech created (i.e cars, travel by plane etc) even video games are full off poz.
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RE: What is currently in its Golden Age?
(12-04-2019 01:46 AM)squiggly Wrote:  His collapse after the 500kg deadlift was EPIC.

Guy at the gym got a nose bleed dead lifting yesterday but it was only 495. I was proud of myself for benching 315 this week, can't even imagine these weights.


I think home/personal making in general is in a golden age. 3D printing, VR imaging and easily available software haven't come close to peaking yet. It won't be long before you can design something, test it on an Oculus Quest and print it out when you're satisfied with the design.

A bit like:



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(12-03-2019 11:29 PM)RawGod Wrote:  There's a lot of doom and gloom in these parts. But I'm old enough to have observed that Golden Ages and peaks in any given field are usually not recognized as such until they're over.

For example, I think movies and pop music in the 80s were pretty damn peak. Yet at the time this was certainly not the general view - the pop culture artifacts of the 60s and 70s were seen as more important and enduring than the supposedly throwaway products of the 80s.

Nah, people in the 80s knew that some of the best pop music ever was being produced, more specifically between 1978-85. The people at the time who thought that the music was better in the 60s/70s were Boomers who didn't get the aesthetic.

With the benefit of distance, we can still see that the early 80s was a musical peak across the board, from underground new wave to pop to funk and early rap. 1965-71 was just as good, but in a completely different register. There aren't any other periods that match those in terms of pop music quality.

Techno/club music has been essentially the same since the early 1990s, that's the one genre of music that supports the notion that musical creativity is moribund, if not dead.


(12-04-2019 01:46 AM)squiggly Wrote:  His collapse after the 500kg deadlift was EPIC.

That Eddie Hall can haul!!!


As far as golden ages go, TV/big screen technology, can't get much better than 4k, and getting cheaper every year. Also, piracy for films and music, and 3 terrabyte hard drives... until they shut it down!


Documentaries, YT channels/pundits levelling off the political landscape, Nick sticking his groyper rod into the gears of the Koch Machine, meme magic... internet message boards like this one here... until (((they))) shut it down!

The pursuit of life, family and deeper meaning ditching aimless meaningless male carousel, being at the forefront of a new spiritual awakening.

Being in an epic fight between good and evil, David vs Goliath (see my Av), Logos vs Clown World, truth on our side, with the rise of based Christianity, facing globohomo degeneracy powered by the feeling of LOGOS RISING!

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RE: What is currently in its Golden Age?
The devil?

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RE: What is currently in its Golden Age?
The oncoming Chinese Empire isn't quite at a 'golden age' yet.
I would not put crypto-currency at a 'golden age' yet.

Good question.
Yet nothing immediately springs to mind.

Trumpism perhaps...?
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RE: What is currently in its Golden Age?
High-quality men's casual clothing. Boots and shoes made with goodyear welt, stitchdown, and hand-welted techniques in the US, Canada, Europe, and especially Japan. Jeans made from denim and techniques that are executed on a level that far exceeds the vintage Levis that inspired them from the 40s-60s. High-quality leather jackets from Japan. Shirts, sweaters, even socks can be found in this style made to an insane degree of quality and creativity. Tons of small, boutique makers of other goods like belts, wallets, bags, etc., and specialty shops carrying such brands. All of this stuff designed to get better looking and feeling with age and wear.

This is very much a niche subculture and the prices are quite demanding but the quality and design is far beyond the vintage casual, western wear, and workwear garments that inspired the style. Unfortunately, eventual decline is inevitable as a huge chunk of this stuff is made in Japan, and currently only can be made in Japan, which has most of the working vintage sewing machines, shuttle looms, skilled craftsmen, and knowledge of repair/operation/replacement parts for the machinery involved.

On top of that, not many young people are going into this and the Japanese workers will probably get replaced by other Asians who don't have the same meticulous work ethic and attention to detail. This style has also passed its peak in Japan which has caused some brands/stores to close, though it's growing overseas. But right now, things are still really good for enthusiasts of this stuff.

I think mechanical watchmaking is also in a golden age, though I admit I'm not real interested in watches. For the price of one Rolex, you could build an entire wardrobe of the style I described above that could last you a lifetime, so super-fancy watches strike me as something way beyond the point of diminishing returns.
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(12-04-2019 08:21 AM)HermeticAlly Wrote:  High-quality men's casual clothing. Boots and shoes made with goodyear welt, stitchdown, and hand-welted techniques in the US, Canada, Europe, and especially Japan. Jeans made from denim and techniques that are executed on a level that far exceeds the vintage Levis that inspired them from the 40s-60s. High-quality leather jackets from Japan. Shirts, sweaters, even socks can be found in this style made to an insane degree of quality and creativity. Tons of small, boutique makers of other goods like belts, wallets, bags, etc., and specialty shops carrying such brands. All of this stuff designed to get better looking and feeling with age and wear.

This is very much a niche subculture and the prices are quite demanding but the quality and design is far beyond the vintage casual, western wear, and workwear garments that inspired the style. Unfortunately, eventual decline is inevitable as a huge chunk of this stuff is made in Japan, and currently only can be made in Japan, which has most of the working vintage sewing machines, shuttle looms, skilled craftsmen, and knowledge of repair/operation/repluacement parts for the machinery involved.

On top of that, not many young people are going into this and the Japanese workers will probably get replaced by other Asians who don't have the same meticulous work ethic and attention to detail. This style has also passed its peak in Japan which has caused some brands/stores to close, though it's growing overseas. But right now, things are still really good for enthusiasts of this stuff.

I think mechanical watchmaking is also in a golden age, though I admit I'm not real interested in watches. For the price of one Rolex, you could build an entire wardrobe of the style I described above that could last you a lifetime, so super-fancy watches strike me as something way beyond the point of diminishing returns.

I have not heard of this type of clothing. Can you post some links?

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(12-04-2019 12:40 AM)RawGod Wrote:  It's very cool if nerdy tabletop games are actually getting big enough to be basically mainstream. There's certainly a lot of creativity going into them. I would have killed to have had something like Gloomhaven back in my high school years.

I'm far from being glad that it went mainstream.

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(12-04-2019 08:52 AM)RoastBeefCurtains4Me Wrote:  I have not heard of this type of clothing. Can you post some links?

Sure. Too lazy to attach links to everything, but a quick Goo- nah, DuckDuckGo- search will get you there.

Footwear brands:

Red Wing Heritage
White's
Wesco
Viberg
John Lofgren
Role Club

Jeans, shirts, jackets, etc:

Sugar Cane
Iron Heart
3Sixteen
Freenote Cloth
Flat Head
Samurai Jeans
The Real McCoy's
TCB
Japan Blue/Momotaro
Buzz Rickson
RRL

Leather jackets:

Freewheelers
The Real McCoy's
Himel Bros.
Flat Head

Belts, wallets, other small crafts:

Hollows Leather
Pigeon Tree Crafting
Guarded Goods
Monk Made Goods
Redmoon/Pailot River
Flat Head

Stores:

Standard And Strange
Self Edge
Rivet And Hide
Clutch Cafe
Denimio

Forums/sites of interest:

Superfuture/Superdenim forum
r/RawDenim on Reddit
Iron Heart's forum
The Fedora (lol) Lounge (mainly for leather jackets and boots)
Style Forum
Denimbro
Bonus workwear inspiration album

The archetypal look would be a leather, denim, or waxed canvas jacket over a flannel or chambray shirt, raw denim, and boots (especially engineer boots, but also service boots and heritage-style work boots), though classic sneakers like 70s Chucks also work. Throw in a wallet and belt made from undyed veg tan leather.
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RE: What is currently in its Golden Age?
The Golden Age of easily accessible dissenting information on the internet ended with the election of Donald Trump. It really ended before that, but most people noticed it right after Trump got elected.

I can't think of a Golden Age. The Golden Age of people waking up to the lies around us? Golden Age of making money online? Golden Age of owning a businesses (not really much "golden" about this)?

All the "Golden Age" stuff I can think of revolves around money or consumer goods, which isn't that surprising.

(12-04-2019 12:55 AM)squiggly Wrote:  Petroleum burning automobiles with steering wheels. Soon we will be picked up in communal taxi-boxes we request on demand using an app.

That's the end of automobiles. Period.

The Golden Age of automobiles ended in 1975.
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RE: What is currently in its Golden Age?
I love the direction this thread is going. I wanna give some shout outs to some other high quality brands:

Left Field Denim
Naked and Famous
Unis New York
BlueBlue Japan
Blue Owl (store)
Tate + Yoko (store)
Heddels (blog)

It’s all about getting that unique wardrobe that ages gracefully and stays in style for a decade, without having to follow all the retarded trends.

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RE: What is currently in its Golden Age?
It's the Golden Age of Decline of the West Discussions?

(08-18-2016 12:05 PM)dicknixon72 Wrote:  ...and nothing quite surprises me anymore. If I looked out my showroom window and saw a fully-nude woman force-fucking an alligator with a strap-on while snorting xanex on the roof of her rental car with her three children locked inside with the windows rolled up, I wouldn't be entirely amazed.
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RE: What is currently in its Golden Age?
It's definitely a golden age of personal media creation. Personal web pages, podcasts, videos, (talking head videos, creative shorts, full length documentaries, etc.), self published books, memes, music. More people are making more creative and high quality media content than ever before.

This applies not only to the US, and other western cultures, but to all the non-western cultures, and third world cultures. Importantly, it includes all kinds of sub-national ethnic groups, and all kinds of politically incorrect or repressed ideologies and interest groups.

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RE: What is currently in its Golden Age?
We are living in the golden age of worldwide migration.

Probably not a good thing.
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