beta_plus said:Sword and Board said:Im curious if an atheist can explain how this suicidal narcissism fits with evolutionary theory?
Men Want Sex
Women Want Attention
The female desire for attention is the one that most closely aligns with the male desire for sex.
Think of all the dumb things guys do in the hope of getting sex.
Now technology allows women to do dumb things not only for attention, but for a level of attention that the empresses and queens of 300 years ago could not even imagine.
Alpone said:A part of this epidemic is the fact that many teens and early 20s never really played outside and experienced the physics of the real world as a kid. They over estimate their ability to defy gravity and dangerous situations because they never experienced these things outside of video games. We're creating strange, self-destructive creatures totally unprepared for the physical world by plugging humans into screens from an early age.
When you play in the woods or horse around on an outdoor playground in low-risk situations, you quickly realize the limits of your balance, courage and physical strength.
Now, these limits are being tested for the first time in life or death situations while trying to hold a smartphone for maximum ig likes.
Roosh said:Two men died at same time. They may have been gay.
An American man cheated death when he was gored in the neck as he was taking a selfie while running with the bulls in Spain.
An animal’s horn sank deep into Jaime Alvarez’s neck and fractured part of his cheekbone.
Doctors said was it “beyond miraculous” that the horn didn’t hit his jugular vein or major arteries.
The bull ran over and gored Mr Alvarez during the first run of this year’s San Fermin festival in Pamplona, an annual event at which hundreds of runners race close to bulls through a cobblestone street course to a bullring.
Leonard D Neubache said:At least she didn't land on a proper human being.
On the morning of Aug. 17 at around 11:20 a.m., a woman slipped off a cliff in the suburbs of Sydney, Australia, and plummeted to her death.
Just a short time later, as helicopters still swarmed overhead, visitors treading in her steps at the scenic Diamond Bay Reserve at Vaucluse flooded social media with photos, according to News 7.
The victim — a 27-year-old from Sydney who has yet to be identified — was sitting on a ledge to be photographed by a friend, a witness to the accident told the Wentworth Courier, a local publication. When she stood up, she lost her balance and fell approximately 131 feet.
Over the past week, post-accident visitors have climbed fences and clambered to get the same dramatic shot, committing two faux pas: overtly ignoring the lessons of her circumstances and angering residents of the historic neighborhood.
Locals were “outraged” that within an hour of the Sydney woman’s fatal fall, thrill-seekers were back on the site, the Courier reported.
Anna Maksimenko, a police spokeswoman said: 'A criminal case for accidental causing of grievous bodily harm has been initiated. The police are checking whether the rifle was registered and stored properly.' Veronika and her parents could be jailed for up to five years if found guilty, according to local media reports.
Roosh said:"Girl, 17, has half her face blasted off by her friend after they posed for a selfie with a hunting rifle in Ukraine"