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Re: Trench's Questions and Philosophies
« Reply #2800 on: July 14, 2019, 06:35:06 PM »
"Isn't it funny how 99% of women who choose to work in prostitution, as webcam girls, as strippers, etc., don't come from families of wealth? "

"Isn't it funny how 99% of women who choose to work in menial low paying stressful jobs in the FSU don't come from families of wealth? "

what's the difference...

Although technically, it's "free will"
yup, because it is....




 how "free" is it when you're dealing with women in poverty,

well how about pay them $150/hour in Ukraine!!!!
then they're NOT poor, how does that sound?



"often exploited, traded like goods, threatened with death. "




NONE of which is actually true...
I'm gonna take a wild guess that you've never actually met a webcam girl and listened to what SHE has to say about her avocation...

So BO, please allow me to introduce you to Bella

http://www.thedailybeast.com/bella-french-ceo-of-manyvids-the-former-cam-girl-shaking-up-the-porn-world?ref=home&via=twitter_page

BO, your kids were totally right about you...

umm hmmm
 
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Re: Trench's Questions and Philosophies
« Reply #2801 on: July 14, 2019, 08:53:55 PM »
"Isn't it funny how 99% of women who choose to work in prostitution, as webcam girls, as strippers, etc., don't come from families of wealth? "

"Isn't it funny how 99% of women who choose to work in menial low paying stressful jobs in the FSU don't come from families of wealth? "

what's the difference...

Although technically, it's "free will"
yup, because it is....




 how "free" is it when you're dealing with women in poverty,

well how about pay them $150/hour in Ukraine!!!!
then they're NOT poor, how does that sound?



"often exploited, traded like goods, threatened with death. "




NONE of which is actually true...
I'm gonna take a wild guess that you've never actually met a webcam girl and listened to what SHE has to say about her avocation...

So BO, please allow me to introduce you to Bella

http://www.thedailybeast.com/bella-french-ceo-of-manyvids-the-former-cam-girl-shaking-up-the-porn-world?ref=home&via=twitter_page

BO, your kids were totally right about you...

umm hmmm

So $150-200 an hour is huge in the US as well!  Very top of the top professionals make as much and after years of training and practice. Amazing “pocket money « job for a teenager ! Again if it is a totally cool and okay job - why don’t u put your daughters  to work out of your own house and try to recruit their friends?
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Re: Trench's Questions and Philosophies
« Reply #2802 on: July 14, 2019, 09:19:43 PM »
Peetbully

thank you again for expressing your concern regarding my children's future
and thank you once more for your thoughtfulness in offering your undoubtedly hard earned career advice
but as I explained to you the previous times you offered this identical advice
my daughters have already made their education and career choices...
and until they are financially independent
they both get all the money they ever need from their daddy

i am curious
hypothetically, if you had children
I mean as unlikely as that sounds
but if you did, what career advice would you have given your own children?

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Re: Trench's Questions and Philosophies
« Reply #2803 on: July 17, 2019, 04:53:42 PM »
NONE of which is actually true...
I'm gonna take a wild guess that you've never actually met a webcam girl and listened to what SHE has to say about her avocation...

So BO, please allow me to introduce you to Bella

http://www.thedailybeast.com/bella-french-ceo-of-manyvids-the-former-cam-girl-shaking-up-the-porn-world?ref=home&via=twitter_page

BO, your kids were totally right about you...

umm hmmm


Actually, it is true in Ukraine, where the businesses are run by gangs. 


As for working in a store, it doesn't matter if the exploitation is poor wages or a young woman's body. 


If thinking that profiting off young women in poverty is wrong, then I'm proud to be reactionary.


Finally, pitbull does have children, as anyone familiar with her posts knows.


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Re: Trench's Questions and Philosophies
« Reply #2804 on: July 17, 2019, 05:35:57 PM »
“If thinking that profiting off young women in poverty is wrong, then I'm proud to be reactionary.”   

that’s a LOVELY song BO, and you do sing it quite well...
but it’s not REALLY about exploiting the poor, is it?
because then wouldn't EVERYONE who provides employment to a poor Ukrainian, be “profiting off them"

backbreaking manual labor for kopeckey is OK, but nudity that provides a week's pay in one hour is exploitation????????
looks like you’re trying to dress up prudery as class struggle/gender equality
but the clothes just don’t fit very well

I know an American who is running a webcam business in Odessa at this very moment
with NO KRISHA

in terms of volume, the largest producers of online porn in the WORLD are independents in Russia and Ukraine
consisting of 2-4 bored young people hoping to make a quick buck
and NOT some organizatsiya

no krisha is needed so long as you keep a low profile
which you have to do anyway
literally ANYONE with a laptop and a webcam or digital camera can FREELY become one of the hundreds of independent porn producers in Ukraine/Russia
and it's pretty "extortion proof" since you're paid offshore
and you can run the business out of a rented apartment
and the equipment you need isn't anything much more than complicated than the IT for a high end computer rig shown below (photo from Odessa hmmmm.....)

well IF Pitbull has children, I wonder why she repeatedly talks about my children but NEVER her own
that would seem kinda strange to me
did you ever meet a parent who repeatedly talked about a stranger’s children without EVER mentioning their own
I NEVER did...


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Re: Trench's Questions and Philosophies
« Reply #2805 on: July 17, 2019, 10:23:16 PM »
“If thinking that profiting off young women in poverty is wrong, then I'm proud to be reactionary.”   

that’s a LOVELY song BO, and you do sing it quite well...
but it’s not REALLY about exploiting the poor, is it?
because then wouldn't EVERYONE who provides employment to a poor Ukrainian, be “profiting off them"

backbreaking manual labor for kopeckey is OK, but nudity that provides a week's pay in one hour is exploitation????????
looks like you’re trying to dress up prudery as class struggle/gender equality
but the clothes just don’t fit very well

I know an American who is running a webcam business in Odessa at this very moment
with NO KRISHA

in terms of volume, the largest producers of online porn in the WORLD are independents in Russia and Ukraine
consisting of 2-4 bored young people hoping to make a quick buck
and NOT some organizatsiya

no krisha is needed so long as you keep a low profile
which you have to do anyway
literally ANYONE with a laptop and a webcam or digital camera can FREELY become one of the hundreds of independent porn producers in Ukraine/Russia
and it's pretty "extortion proof" since you're paid offshore
and you can run the business out of a rented apartment
and the equipment you need isn't anything much more than complicated than the IT for a high end computer rig shown below (photo from Odessa hmmmm.....)

well IF Pitbull has children, I wonder why she repeatedly talks about my children but NEVER her own
that would seem kinda strange to me
did you ever meet a parent who repeatedly talked about a stranger’s children without EVER mentioning their own
I NEVER did...

All you do is repeatedly post the same photos of a woman and kids that are from 10-15 years ago. I doubt you really have a family and it is just your imagination like the 99% of your wannabe sex tourist phantasies.
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Re: Trench's Questions and Philosophies
« Reply #2806 on: July 18, 2019, 06:51:23 AM »
PitBully, you should try this thing called "thinking" sometime
I highly recommend it
and I am sure you would find it a novel experience

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Re: Trench's Questions and Philosophies
« Reply #2807 on: July 18, 2019, 10:20:11 AM »
PitBully, you should try this thing called "thinking" sometime
I highly recommend it
and I am sure you would find it a novel experience
Stop lying and making up stupid stories
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Re: Trench's Questions and Philosophies
« Reply #2808 on: July 18, 2019, 10:46:04 AM »
you're "projecting" again PitBully...

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Re: Trench's Questions and Philosophies
« Reply #2809 on: July 31, 2019, 04:59:06 PM »

I've just found all aspects in life were better when working out.  I've had depressions problems ever since my years in college.  I didn't realize it wasn't common until my 30's.   I just though everyone liked to turn off all the lights and stay in bed for a week.  lol

I tried anti-depressants but found they just made me feel like a zombie. 

I got into lifting weights and the workouts were enough to help me avoid falling into an depressive episodes.   High stress causes those episodes to happen.  I noticed I would crave chocolate before an episode.  Well, pushing the weights helped release those endorphins (which I believe is why my body was craving chocolate) and released the stress before it became a real issue.  That allowed me to avoid the zombie pills and I don't remember the last time I had a depression episode.

Not only did I start looking better but overall happiness increased massively.  I try to hit the weights 3 to 4 times a week.  Jump roping for some cardio after my workouts.  Then my dog graciously allows me to walk and play with him afterwards.  haha

If you're looking into getting some size then look at higher rep ranges.  Anywhere from 8 to 15 range.  You don't need to go heavy either.  Go slow and watch how difficult even the lower weights become.  For example, try to slowly lower weights when doing bench presses.  Count to 3 on the way down and then push up fast.  Slowly lower them on a 3 count and do it again.  Burns the heck out of your muscles.

For more strength then go for higher weights and lower reps.  I started out this way but didn't have my form right and ended up hurting shoulders and knees. 

I dropped the weight and started doing more reps like I suggested earlier and no more screw ups. 

I finally got my mom doing some weight exercises to help her middle back.

That's Great LiveFromUkraine :) Good to hear it worked out for you so well! I will give what you suggest a go, at the moment I do the higher heavier weight but not many of them about 4-6 a couple of times before changing to lifting the weights in another technique. I've been looking to progress on a bit so what you suggest should fit in fine with my routine :)

Have you found if it has helped with interest from the ladies at all?
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Re: Trench's Questions and Philosophies
« Reply #2810 on: July 31, 2019, 05:14:30 PM »

I've just found all aspects in life were better when working out. 
I'm more of a Trump'ist in this regard.  he thinks working out is a waste of finite energy.   Due to my own experience, I agree with him.  When I worked out, I was very strong and muscular, now that I've stopped for many, many years, I feel much much better.  I am full of energy, I do physical work quite a bit and outlast pretty much everybody in my age class.   I recall working out made me tired, and would impact my ability to work.     The downside is I don't look very good, and do not possess the strength I once did.   Apparently not many agree with this but that is my experience. 

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Re: Trench's Questions and Philosophies
« Reply #2811 on: July 31, 2019, 05:16:59 PM »
That's Great LiveFromUkraine :) Good to hear it worked out for you so well! I will give what you suggest a go, at the moment I do the higher heavier weight but not many of them about 4-6 a couple of times before changing to lifting the weights in another technique. I've been looking to progress on a bit so what you suggest should fit in fine with my routine :)

Have you found if it has helped with interest from the ladies at all?


Yeah, I think it has helped.  It could also be having more confidence or a mixture of both. 

I put on more muscle with the higher rep ranges.  Not much on the lower but did get stronger.  I'm not worried about bench pressing 300 pounds.  I just want to be healthy.

It takes a lot of muscle to look big in clothing.  I have a slim build so for me to look "big" would require steroids which isn't something I am interest in.  That is why the fit of your clothes is important.  Broad shoulders and a slim waste will always be attractive. 

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Re: Trench's Questions and Philosophies
« Reply #2812 on: July 31, 2019, 05:19:43 PM »
I'm more of a Trump'ist in this regard.  he thinks working out is a waste of finite energy.   Due to my own experience, I agree with him.  When I worked out, I was very strong and muscular, now that I've stopped for many, many years, I feel much much better.  I am full of energy, I do physical work quite a bit and outlast pretty much everybody in my age class.   I recall working out made me tired, and would impact my ability to work.     The downside is I don't look very good, and do not possess the strength I once did.   Apparently not many agree with this but that is my experience. 

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Yeah, that is definitely a contrarian point of view.  You know your body better than anyone so do what works.  Do you do a lot of physical labor for work? 

I'm on the computer all the time so need to get in the weight sessions.

I noticed my mom was starting to get that old person bend where they don't stand up straight.  I got her to do one exercise a couple times of week and it's helped her back a lot.  She is able to keep busy doing other things like yard work without her back hurting as much. 
« Last Edit: July 31, 2019, 05:24:16 PM by LiveFromUkraine »

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Re: Trench's Questions and Philosophies
« Reply #2813 on: July 31, 2019, 05:33:01 PM »

Yeah, I think it has helped.  It could also be having more confidence or a mixture of both. 

I put on more muscle with the higher rep ranges.  Not much on the lower but did get stronger.  I'm not worried about bench pressing 300 pounds.  I just want to be healthy.

It takes a lot of muscle to look big in clothing.  I have a slim build so for me to look "big" would require steroids which isn't something I am interest in.  That is why the fit of your clothes is important.  Broad shoulders and a slim waste will always be attractive.

Thanks LiveFromUkraine, appreciate the help :) I'll certainly try it out, anything that helps is a plus.

I'm also in it not to go the whole hog but for my own personal goals - to have a body to look good for the girls. I've seen guys that have bulked up a lot to get great big muscles, then give up and it all goes to flab. In Wales a lot of rugby players are like that, they get to retiring from the game and they go to a big mass of flab, not a pretty sight to see.

Anyway, many thanks, if it works for me I'll let you know.
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Re: Trench's Questions and Philosophies
« Reply #2814 on: July 31, 2019, 05:34:38 PM »

Yeah, that is definitely a contrarian point of view.  You know your body better than anyone so do what works.  Do you do a lot of physical labor for work? 

I'm on the computer all the time so need to get in the weight sessions.

I noticed my mom was starting to get that old person bend where they don't stand up straight.  I got her to do one exercise a couple times of week and it's helped her back a lot.  She is able to keep busy doing other things like yard work without her back hurting as much.

Is that the exercise Arnie recommends where you stand with you're back to the wall and straighten up for a few minutes each day?
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« Reply #2815 on: July 31, 2019, 05:39:25 PM »
Is that the exercise Arnie recommends where you stand with you're back to the wall and straighten up for a few minutes each day?


You talking about the exercise I got my mom doing?  What she is doing is like a rack pull that focuses on the small of your back.  She needs to strengthen that area up. 


Deadlifts are also great way to hit that range of muscles.  I'm lucky to get her to do the rack pulls.  No way would I get her on deadlifts.  haha

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« Reply #2816 on: July 31, 2019, 05:49:03 PM »

You talking about the exercise I got my mom doing?  What she is doing is like a rack pull that focuses on the small of your back.  She needs to strengthen that area up. 


Deadlifts are also great way to hit that range of muscles.  I'm lucky to get her to do the rack pulls.  No way would I get her on deadlifts.  haha

Ah, sounds like a different exercise, all helps I guess :)
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Re: Trench's Questions and Philosophies
« Reply #2817 on: July 31, 2019, 05:58:07 PM »

You talking about the exercise I got my mom doing?  What she is doing is like a rack pull that focuses on the small of your back.  She needs to strengthen that area up. 


Deadlifts are also great way to hit that range of muscles.  I'm lucky to get her to do the rack pulls.  No way would I get her on deadlifts.  haha

And she does her own yard work and yours?  Wow.  Those must be some exercises.
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« Reply #2818 on: July 31, 2019, 06:11:05 PM »
And she does her own yard work and yours?  Wow.  Those must be some exercises.


I got her painting the house as well.  Just trying to keep her healthy and all.  ;)

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Re: Trench's Questions and Philosophies
« Reply #2819 on: July 31, 2019, 06:22:38 PM »
Ah, sounds like a different exercise, all helps I guess :)


Sort of like this at the 1:15 mark.


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« Reply #2820 on: July 31, 2019, 06:30:40 PM »

Sort of like this at the 1:15 mark.



Oh, I see, good to see, handy to know it works so well for her, good work :)
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« Reply #2821 on: July 31, 2019, 09:13:28 PM »

Yeah, that is definitely a contrarian point of view.  You know your body better than anyone so do what works.  Do you do a lot of physical labor for work? 
Yes I do move around a lot during the day and my entire body gets plenty of movement.   
If work for me were around a desk all day, I might be doing what you are doing in terms of regimented exercise.

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Re: Trench's Questions and Philosophies
« Reply #2822 on: August 01, 2019, 05:14:45 AM »
I think this thread should be renamed ‘Trench’s Folly’.

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« Reply #2823 on: August 01, 2019, 07:10:41 AM »
I'm more of a Trump'ist in this regard.  he thinks working out is a waste of finite energy.   Due to my own experience, I agree with him.  When I worked out, I was very strong and muscular, now that I've stopped for many, many years, I feel much much better.  I am full of energy, I do physical work quite a bit and outlast pretty much everybody in my age class.   I recall working out made me tired, and would impact my ability to work.     The downside is I don't look very good, and do not possess the strength I once did.   Apparently not many agree with this but that is my experience. 

Fathertime!

I think if you work physical demanding tasks in your work then no need. Since going to gym though I have realised how in the past I was quite one sided in favouring knowledge, academia if you like and often paid too little time to the gym. Time over again I would decide to commit at least an hour each week to the gym from early teens I think. Too much in this country do we get spoon fed the merits of academic study and neglect the benefits of other areas of life such as the physical or the social.

I think the gym just like the academic or social spheres has a ladder of learning. If you get up that ladder a bit benefits can be gained in real life. So it's a real area that can be explored and become skilled at with different payoff's to the academic world.

I think Trump is a good example of what BillyB talks about, a 10 on the money side so he bed not look to score highly on the physical looks side.
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Re: Trench's Questions and Philosophies
« Reply #2824 on: August 01, 2019, 06:00:57 PM »
Think you're probably right GenMish, I've come across women who have the idea that the guy supports them financially, totally. It's what they joined the International Dating site for and is what they are after. Other reasons can be found for other women, some want out of the country they are living. A few may have other reasons to these but I think most women fall under those two headings, with being provided for, retirement plan at the top.

I presume it is not necessarily a bad idea to get whatever women up then find a girl who seems genuinely well into you and vice versa even if her original intention may not be the most noble.

While I see that finances come top it's probably not a bad thing to spend a limited amount of time down the gym to try and get a girl who doesn't feel she has to fake being into the guy or turned on just to get what she wants.


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