Top ten red flags

I would love a credible source on the vaccine having aborted babies - I'm genuinely interested. But If you want to really dive in to the molecular mechanisms, let's do it. If you don't have a simple background on molecular cell biology, I shouldn't waste time.

But I'll humor you. The vaccine does not change the host cell's DNA. It doesn't get past the nuclear membrane where the DNA is housed. The furthest it goes is into the ribosomes to utilize resources to make spike proteins that are found on the actual virus. Very similar strategy to past vaccines.
I'm not sure about whether there is actual fetal matter in the vaccines. It's not something I've looked for hard evidence for yet. However, what I do know is that the AstraZeneca vaccine relies on HEK 293 embryonic kidney cells during the manufacturing process. And these cells were originally taken from a female fetus in the Netherlands in the 70s.

From the Wikipedia page (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HEK_293_cells):

Alvin Wong argues that despite the uncertainty over the origin of the fetus used to obtain the cell line, circumstantial evidence strongly suggests that it came from an elective abortion. In the context of Catholic teaching, this presents ethical difficulties for using HEK 293 and derivative products, such as vaccines.

"Strongly suggests" still means we don't know for sure. I can see how this would present issues for people who are opposed to any use of the products of an abortion.

To me, the end does not justify the means. Even if the original kidney cells of the baby aren't directly involved in the production of the vaccine, it doesn't change the fact that the HEK 293 cell line is derived from an abortion.

Plus, who knows how effective the purification process is during vaccine production? Maybe a few fetal cells could conceivably slip into the vaccine.

 
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I'm not sure about whether there is actual fetal matter in the vaccines. It's not something I've looked for hard evidence for yet. However, what I do know is that the AstraZeneca vaccine relies on HEK 293 embryonic kidney cells during the manufacturing process. And these cells were originally taken from a female fetus in the Netherlands in the 70s.

From the Wikipedia page (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HEK_293_cells):



"Strongly suggests" still means we don't know for sure. I can see how this would present issues for people who are opposed to any use of the products of an abortion.

To me, the end does not justify the means. Even if the original kidney cells of the baby aren't directly involved in the production of the vaccine, it doesn't change the fact that the HEK 293 cell line is derived from an abortion.

Plus, who knows how effective the purification process is during vaccine production? Maybe a few fetal cells could conceivably slip into the vaccine.

 

MichaelWitcoff

Hummingbird
Orthodox
If you enjoy doing nice things for people, like I do, the biggest red flag in a woman is to respond to kindness with cruelty or indifference. I pretended to be mean for a decade of my life just because it attracted the kind of woman who put out on the first date but only if you acted like a "bad boy" to her and other people. I got a lot of meaningless sex but at the cost of my own soul. So I think it's wise to do something nice and see how she responds. If she ghosts, no loss. If she responds by doing something nice for you back, then that's something worth exploring.
 
My observation has been that the girls into the really extreme stuff are more likely to have half a toolbox of hardware in their faces and tattoos from head to toe.

I've listened to a lot of metal over the years, so I can understand where you're coming from for sure. People who are super into the heavier subgenres tend to consider heaviness as the most important metric. I find people that judge music only on the basis of whether it's heavy or not to be shallow really.

No doubt the more extreme subgenres pull in the more disturbed people on the fringes. It's a mixed bag really. There's quite a positive undercurrent in metal which is very critical of modernity and degeneracy. Liberty, individualism, and freethought tend to be promoted. Metalhead girls can be easier to relate with as well when it comes to anti-mainstream subjects. But at the same time, alongside some relatively normal people, there are some seriously disturbed people in metal.
I nearly dated a girl I met through the metal scene in my pre-redpill days. We were into each other, but even then I could see she had every conceivable red flag: tattoos and piercings, a bad relationship with her father, a history of promiscuity, a divorce, and scars all over her arms from self-harm.

My taste in music was completely shaped by being a metalhead, but after becoming Christian I find myself doubting more and more whether metal has any redeeming value. This may sound extreme, but everything about the genre is shaped by the pursuit of destruction. This spirit was there even in rock music from the very beginning. Rock music has a spirit of hedonism with elements of destruction, and metal simply takes the destructive aspect to its furthest possible conclusion. Metal certainly takes a lot of talent and merit to create, but it is like a weapon used against the soul. There are Christian versions of metal, but they always come across inhibited or inauthentic.
 
The percentage of women who've done porn has to be extremely low. That said, I believe most women who've performed in porn wouldn't tell the guy they were dating, at least not initially. And given the volume of porn the odds of you procuring the information yourself seems low...

The era of the professional career pornographic actress who worked in Southern California or Nevada for a porn producing company with an established studio/production set is largely off.

Now the average pornographic actress is about 19-22 years old, does 5 films [often while on Spring Break in Southern Florida] and then goes home and moves on in life.

I've investigated the pornography industry on an academic/legal basis and can give you my opinion... About 20% of women under 35 years old in the USA have done amateur porn for small ticket items such as airplane tickets to Fort Lauderdale or a few thousand dollars and a trip to Las Vegas or Los Angeles. About 50% of women under 35 years old in the USA have produced nudes or sex tapes of themselves and given said content to boyfriends, many of whom are now former boyfriends.

The typical porn actress today is no longer a 32 year old burnt-out husk who has been doing porn since she was 18 years old and has racked up 600 movies as of 32. The typical porn actress is the 22 year old "girl next door" who did 5 films over a 5 day period during a Spring Break, came home, and acts as though those 5 days never happened.
 
More general red flags about women who cannot pair bond. Women are unable to pair bond for various reasons. A history of rampant promiscuity is the most obvious and common explanation. Another explanation may be psychopathic tendencies, personality disorders, mental illness, etc.


Her level of engagement should match her [verbally] articulated level of interest. If she claims to be interested, but her level of engagement doesn’t match this, then she is not interested, or she is interested cognitively but is not capable of emotionally backing it up because she cannot meaningfully attach or pair bond.

Her relationship history, whether with men prior to you, or with her family. If she has two brothers, two sisters, a living father, a living mother, and three living grandparents, and she is disowned by all of them and doesn’t speak to any except one brother, and this doesn’t seem to bother her, or she shrugs it off, something is SERIOUSLY wrong. We ALL have that ONE family member that we simply cannot get along with, that is to be expected, and it should cause a certain level of dissatisfaction or a bit of bother. If that ONE family member winds up being MOST or ALL family members, and there is no bother over it, this is a HUGE RED FLAG, it suggests she does not attach the way others attach and perhaps she doesn’t have a full normal range of emotions and simply doesn’t care that the majority of her immediate family doesn’t interact with her. A normal person, especially a woman, is usually going to be devastated or have serious trauma from being cut-off or cold-shouldered by the majority of the people closest to her. If she has a “meh, whatever” attitude and actually means it, then something is seriously wrong.

Somebody who moved away from their home city at age 18, never looked back, never hesitated, never went back, and isn’t bothered to be away from all of their childhood friends, their immediate family, etc., it is probably because they likely had few [or no] childhood friends, and they don’t really care about their family because never attached to them in any real capacity.

Somebody who never tells you “oh my God I just heard the most amazing joke from my best friend, Sally told me…” because she doesn’t have best friends because she has no friends. If you are engaging with a woman and there is back and forth banter, a series of dates, or correspondence, if it goes on for a few weeks and she never mentions a friend [by name], never mentions an immediate family member, never mentions somebody sharing a joke with her, she is NOT normal.

You send her a picture of yourself with two cats or a dog in the background or while you’re holding a cat, and she does not ask the names of the animals. I consider this an indicator that she is either socially very awkward or has at least a few psychopathic personality traits. She doesn’t have the sort of emotional empathy that would lead a normal person to realizing, “oh, this person has animals and cares about them, I should ask him their names and share some information about my pet.”

You tell her that your dog or cat is sick and you are taking them to the animal clinic, she doesn’t ask what the pet’s name is, what they are sick with, and there is never any follow up to ask if they got better. Normal people who are capable of forming attachments to other human beings will also form attachments to animals and basic empathy and even social etiquette would result in asking about somebody’s sick or injured pet.

Somebody who does not have a pet and has never had a pet, I consider this an “inability to attach” red flag. They don’t attach to animals and probably won’t ever be able to meaningfully attach to people.

Somebody who doesn’t know what love is, and is asking strangers, “is he really in love with me?” or “what is love?” or “how do I know if somebody loves me?” or “how do I know what love is?” they are asking because they have no frame of reference, they lack the capacity for emotional empathy and at best they have cognitive empathy, they cannot describe love or understand love because they are not capable of feeling love.

People on Quora asking, “does he really love me?” or “how do I know if I love him?” or “what does love feel like?” are throwing up HUGE RED FLAGS.

It takes me about 10–20 hours of close personal interaction or in-depth correspondence to get a read on somebody sufficient to tell you, “this person is incapable of meaningfully attaching to another human being.” I can predict that with reasonable accuracy.

I have on occasion encountered women who were clearly high-functioning and had elements of psychopathic personality or who had obvious issues with attachment and bonding. They were cognitively interested but clearly had no emotional ability to back up their interest and it was clear [to me] that they lacked what I would label the “full range of normal human emotions.” I got the idea that the empathy was non-existent and the sympathy was something that they put on as a matter of what they knew was expected of them socially, but it was insincere and disingenuous, at least I spotted it as such [I tend to be an expert at spotting these things- because I grew up with a histrionic narcissistic mother and learned to spot a lack of empathy and an actress when I see one].

You just get the idea that even if the person is a decent person or looks good on paper, there is really something off with her, her life story just doesn’t make sense and doesn’t match up with what seems to be going on. I don’t mean she is pretending to be a doctor at 22 and you cannot figure out how a 22 year old finished medical school and a residency, I mean she is 24–25, could moonlight as a model, has a bachelor of arts in philosophy and a bachelor of science in economics from Yale, she interned with the FTC or the CIA for a summer, she works in the corporate headquarters of a Fortune 500 and she claims to want to be married and have a family but she is still single and may very well have been single the majority of her adult life, and she just never seems able to make anything click with any man, the connection just never happens anywhere with anybody. She is surrounded by successful men and constantly interacts with them, but nothing ever happens and no lasting relationship forms anywhere with anyone. That is a red flag.


Any woman aged 28-32 years old who is surrounded by highly successful men and claims to really want marriage and children, but has never made anything happen with some virtuous man she among the ranks she finds herself surrounded by, either is a total mess or simply doesn't truly want marriage and children.
 

J.E.

Robin
Women like this are often attractive but must be avoided if you want to maintain your freedom. A woman like this was likely was convinced at some point that she was a princess, and that men exist solely to cater to their whims. Still, they’ll only submit to the most brutal savages, and will continue being a pain in the ass until getting beaten by an angry chad/tyrone. After that (and arguably before) they are damaged goods.
Great post and the quote hits close to home. I wouldn't mind being Chad in this case, but I don't want to bring out my demons for this and tarnish my character for something that petty. As some man said: better have a peace of mind than a piece of ass.
 

papashango

Sparrow
This Instagram account is kinda funny, but also sad in that it very accurately represents a large portion of young women these days:


Another red flag: If a girl ever says "I'm crazy", you better believe her.
 
This Instagram account is kinda funny, but also sad in that it very accurately represents a large portion of young women these days:


Another red flag: If a girl ever says "I'm crazy", you better believe her.

If she claims she is great but EVERYBODY around her is crazy, watch out...

A Borderline will typically claim their co-workers, exes, relatives, neighbors, etc., are all crazy. This is because the borderline has wildly unstable interpersonal relationships and doesn't realize that she herself is the common denominator, it really is all her, it isn't the others.
 

jordypip23

Ostrich
Gold Member
If she claims she is great but EVERYBODY around her is crazy, watch out...

A Borderline will typically claim their co-workers, exes, relatives, neighbors, etc., are all crazy. This is because the borderline has wildly unstable interpersonal relationships and doesn't realize that she herself is the common denominator, it really is all her, it isn't the others.
All true. The Borderline can also be quick to call the cops on a man for heated yet relatively simple situations that can be resolved with some civil dialog (as would typically be the situation between two normally functioning non-BPD individuals).
 
I am actually surprised that some of you have not mentioned or would not be concerned, if a woman is religious. That would be my number one red flag. Some other red flags can be overlooked, if she has repented. But being an atheist? Mostly correlates with degenerate views about abortion, politics (a woman involved in politics is the next big red flag), society (homosexuality, liberal views on social norms etc.) and obviously religion.
Oh, and before I forget, in Germany a huge red flag for me is when they use "gendered" language.
 

papashango

Sparrow
I had all of these red flags (at least) in one ex, and yet embarrassingly I still pursued her. I can laugh now, but some days I thank my lucky stars I got away relatively unscathed. In no particular order:

  • tattoos (everywhere, even hands)
  • heavy smoker and drinker
  • foul-mouthed / swears all the time
  • always wearing tiny skirt, and i mean tiny
  • daddy issues (openly said she hated him)
  • admitted to mental health problems
  • joked about high notch count (she said 'around 80 guys', so god knows what the real number is)
  • had one of those contraceptive implants because "who wants to use condoms?"
  • wanted to be single mother (actually said 'If I can't find a suitable guy, I don't see a problem with having a baby myself')
  • bad with money, perpetually in debt
  • jumped between jobs / obsessed with this idea of a 'career'
  • bad previous relationships, none long-term and of course they were all 'assholes'
  • Trump-hating card carrying feminist, totally ate up all the SJW nonsense
  • at least one abortion
Looking back at that list, I honestly think everything could be traced back to daddy issues. The lack of a father figure is so destructive in both girls and boys.
 
I had all of these red flags (at least) in one ex, and yet embarrassingly I still pursued her. I can laugh now, but some days I thank my lucky stars I got away relatively unscathed. In no particular order:

  • tattoos (everywhere, even hands)
  • heavy smoker and drinker
  • foul-mouthed / swears all the time
  • always wearing tiny skirt, and i mean tiny
  • daddy issues (openly said she hated him)
  • admitted to mental health problems
  • joked about high notch count (she said 'around 80 guys', so god knows what the real number is)
  • had one of those contraceptive implants because "who wants to use condoms?"
  • wanted to be single mother (actually said 'If I can't find a suitable guy, I don't see a problem with having a baby myself')
  • bad with money, perpetually in debt
  • jumped between jobs / obsessed with this idea of a 'career'
  • bad previous relationships, none long-term and of course they were all 'assholes'
  • Trump-hating card carrying feminist, totally ate up all the SJW nonsense
  • at least one abortion
Looking back at that list, I honestly think everything could be traced back to daddy issues. The lack of a father figure is so destructive in both girls and boys.
Good god, mate. That is horrendous xD
 

Zanardi

Woodpecker
Orthodox
I am actually surprised that some of you have not mentioned or would not be concerned, if a woman is religious. That would be my number one red flag. Some other red flags can be overlooked, if she has repented. But being an atheist? Mostly correlates with degenerate views about abortion, politics (a woman involved in politics is the next big red flag), society (homosexuality, liberal views on social norms etc.) and obviously religion.
Oh, and before I forget, in Germany a huge red flag for me is when they use "gendered" language.

A long time ago, a woman picked me up on Facebook. She was living in Turkey. Long story short, she was in a divorce and soon to be single mother. She disappeared for a while, then she came back to me with a vengeance, in the virtual world, making me obvious sexual innuendos. Meanwhile, she came back to Romania and wanted to travel about 250 miles to see me and to... you know. Sensing something is wrong, I stalled a bit and I was right. She was love bombing me. I rejected her. Last time I saw her Facebook profile, she works as a DHL driver in Germany and her postings are hard-core religious.

This doesn't sound like repention to me.
 
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