Sunday, July 14, 2019

Make Your Monday Suck Less

By tuning into THE CLAREY PODCAST!
Tune in and do not regret.
Perhaps share with a friend so that their Monday may suck less too!!!

Price Controls Do NOT Compensate for a Lazy Population

I'll explain ALL of inflationary bouts in the history of economics:

Lying socialists tell the population they deserve free shit.
The dumb population believes this because they are both lazy and dumb.
That lazy dumb population does not work, engage in hard disciplines, and waits for their gubmint check.
Nothing is produced, which means no tax revenues are coming in, so the government prints off more money.
With more money chasing fewer goods inflation or even hyperinflation sets in.
Dumb and lazy population complains about prices increases caused by their own laziness and parasitism.
Socialist politicians "solve" the problem by enacting price controls arbitrarily fixing prices.
Artificially low prices further deters what small percent of the population is working, from working more.
Less goods enter the market.
Store shelves are empty.

This is what's happening in Argentina (again).

 If you are too stupid to understand the simple economic process described above you should:

1.  Not have the right to vote
2.  Not have the right to run for public office.
3.  Should plainly shut the fuck up on anything in terms of politics and economics.
4.  Live the life of a completely boring, ordinary mass produced human who will do nothing noteworthy in life.

Enjoy the Decline.

Saturday, July 13, 2019

Liberal Women Who Play Stupid Games

Win stupid prizes.

To quote Hannibal from The A-Team, "I love it when a plan comes together."

Friday, July 12, 2019

The Clarey Podcast #300 - The "Wife Gave Me Permission" Episode

Cappy and TJ Martinell talk about:

American men should NEVER marry.
Asking your wife permission to go out.
Save only who you can.
Millennial girls becoming nuns.
"Guns or knives, Butch!"
Female journalist denied interview because of fear of sexual harassment accusation.
Female journalist exposed as political operative.


in THIS EPISODE of The Clarey Podcast!

Direct MP3 here.
YouTube here.

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The "Guess the Price of Bitcoin" Competition

My buddy Kerry Lutz has put together a little fun game called "guess the price of Bitcoin."  It costs nothing, but if you win, you win 40 silver quarters!  Check it out and see if Bitcoin breaks $20,000!

Girls Should Go to the Gym, Not Liberal Arts Colleges

Who knew.  Beauty and sex pays more than your Sociology or Communications degree.

Thursday, July 11, 2019

How Millennials Lost the Value of a Dollar

I Don't Get Patreon

I don't get Patreon.

Oh, I understand how it works.  I have an account.  I even make some decent beer money off of it monthly.  But I do not philosophically understand how it's even a success.  The reason why is a simple economic principle my brain just can't ignore - you're paying for nothing.  You get nothing in return.  It is true charity and cannot possibly benefit you except for perhaps the warm fuzzies that come from helping out somebody you endorse.

Even accounting for the irrational "warm fuzzies" people get from wasting their money on problems that will never be solved charity, I additionally don't understand how Patreon is successful when there is an infinitely superior way to monetize you content while not costing your followership a single penny - Amazon's affiliate program.  Amazon's affiliate program is drastically superior to Patreon because it doesn't cost your followers anything, but you get paid a 6-7% commission on all their Amazon purchases.  I use the program myself, and in my podcasts I always recommend people use my Amazon Affiliate program before merely donating Patreon money, but some diehard fans insist on donating to Patreon (of which I am eternally grateful).

Still, despite Amazon being a superior way to monetize your content, I am factually, mathematically, and empirically in the wrong when it comes to Patreon, because everybody seems to love patreon.

Even as a disbeliever in patreon, I make a tidy little $123 a month through my Patreon account.  This is nothing compared to a much more popular podcaster, Dick Masterson, who makes $22,000 a month on his patreon account.  There is Park Seo-yeon who makes $9,000 per month merely eating food online. I recall a young woman who was a webcam model who made over $200,000 a month (but could not find the article).  And then there is the recent Belle Delphine who was made famous for selling her used bathwater online for $30 a bottle.  She has a patreon account, but does not list her monthly income (of which I'd conservatively estimate to be over $100,000).  Everybody loves Patreon and are willing to put up the money to provde.  Ergo, once again, I am wrong and society is right.

I Don't Get Used Bathwater

But let's talk about bathwater for a second.  Matter of fact let's talk about used women's panties.  Off color as these topics may sound, it is a fact that many women make thousands (likely millions) of dollars every year selling personal items to desperate men online.  I don't condemn these women for doing so (matter of fact, I cheer them on), but it does bring up a question I have for the men spending millions of dollars on these useless items - why in The Patron Saint's Name of Frick are you spending your money on this crap?  What do you possibly get out of it?  Even with Patreon I can see the ideological philosophy of wanting to support an artist, an author, a creator, or a simple intellectual renegade whose online activities will prevent him/her from ever working a real job again.

But used bathwater?
Used women's panties?
Ever paying for an ASMR video?

Aside from mental illness there is no rational explanation for parting with your money for these things.  Still, people do, and I am once again in the factual, economic wrong.

I Don't Get Superchats...Well "Bacon Maldito"

And then there's "superchats."  If you are unaware of what a "super chat" is, it is a way for listeners of YouTube livestreams to donate money to their favorite hosts.  I host my podcast on YouTube and while streaming live, listeners can donate money in the chat room which allows them to send me a question or a comment.  It is customary and courtesy that the host read the question or comment of the listener and answer it.  I've used superchats on my show to allow people to send me some quick questions where I give them quick advice instead of a longer, more costly consultation I would charge them at my consultancy, Asshole Consulting.  So from an economic standpoint this makes sense to me.  They are paying me for a a quick consultation.  They're getting something of value in return.

But then there's a regular listener of mine, Bacon Maldito.

Bacon runs his own fledgling podcast called "The God Damn Bacon" and very regularly drops into my show.  But what I don't get is why he (and a couple of others) donate money without asking a question, apparently just for shits and giggles.  Occasionally he might have a question, but usually he doesn't, and so most of his donations are just charity.  Charity I don't understand.  Still, like used bathwater, ASMR videos, patreon, and eating food online, people are spending their money the way they spend their money, and rational to me or not, superchats are right, I am in the wrong.

Signs of a Larger Disconnect

Be it Bacon's irrational superchats, Belle Delphine's used bathwater, some random women's used panties, or $50,000 monthly patreon donations, these are signs of what I believe to be a fundamental change in people's spending habits as well as a perception of the value of money.  This is not to accuse any of my fine listeners/followers who donate to my patreon or send me superchats of irrationally spending their money (trust me, you are spending it VERY WISELY), but to highlight that something has changed on a nationwide level where more and more people are willing to spend their money with no real expectations of something in return.  And while without a doubt the advent of the internet along with websites that allow for the ease of donating to charity (PayPal, Patreon, GoGundMe, etc.) have enabled this behavior, there is something much more sociological and economic that is getting people to so quickly and easily part with their money.

That sociological and economic phenomenon is that we have decoupled people from the value of a dollar.  i.e. - young people no longer know the value of money.

The Four Horsemen of the Decoupling of the Value of Money

There is no doubt that the Millennials and younger grew up with the internet and thus have no apprehension to spending money via it.  There is also no doubt "Say's Law" is at play which states "supply creates it's own demand."  In otherwords I'm sure that had the internet existed before there would have been demand for "used bath water" and "AMSR videos."  But these two items do not fully explain, in my opinion or to my satisfaction, why young people are so quick to part with their money.  Additionally, there is the fact it is predominantly younger people donating to "instagram models," patreon pages, and purchasing used bathwater.  And so I posit four sociological variables or trends that have severed the Millennials' (and younger) generations' ability to value a dollar.

1. Parental and Governmental Money

Whether you came from a rich suburbanite family or grew up in the ghetto there was always either enough parental money or government money to make sure you didn't have to work.  In the 1980's a "Go Fund Me" campaign was shoveling people's drive ways, raking people's yards, mowing people's yards, or a lemonade stand.  I remember my first job was actually shoveling shit for $3.10 an hour, while other of my Gen X colleagues baby sat or worked at McDonald's.  But today this is unnecessary as anybody under 35 never had to work a job as an adolescent or a teenager because either their parents or government just gave them the money.

This is important to note because it destroys what I like to consider "the rubber hitting the road" in terms of self-supportation.  If you just give your kids everything or never make them work for anything, they will grow up to become the age of 18 and expect everything to be given to them.  Furthermore, they will never truly know what it takes to support oneself since parents and the government are constantly providing shelter, food, clothing, health insurance, transportation, etc.  Not that a 16 year old should be paying for his own apartment, tuition, car, and cell phone plan, but if you can't teach your kid to work up the money over summer to pay for his XBox One, he sure as hell isn't going to have the work ethic to pay for rent when he's 18.

2.  College

Speaking of rent, let's talk about college.  College is merely an extension of children's parasitic adolescence, under the guise they're getting education.

Never mind the 13 years of education they had before.
Never mind they're studying the exact same crap they studied through most of high school.
And never mind most of them are majoring in subjects that will make them no more employable than whenst they graduated from high school.

Nope, "now" this time it's serious.  This time it counts.

Regardless, the truth about college is it is nothing more than a postponement of becoming an adult under the lie that you're getting educated because nobody would be hiring you anyway.  But what makes this possible is something that further disconnects young people from knowing the value of a dollar - college debt.

In borrowing the money to pay for everything, young people - once again - are shielded from the "rubber hitting the road" aspect of self-supportation.  They lollygag in worthless classes.  They party and drink, solving all the world's problems with the same, tiring socialist solutions.  And they actually think that' they're getting educated and prepared for the real world.  All that's really happening is they're avoiding work and postponing it into the future.  This has the effect of further cementing what they've grown to expect during childhood - never having to work.  And since they've never had to work, all those thousands of dollars they get from their parents, government, scholarships, or student loans, really start to lose all meaning.  The lights are on.  They're getting their three squares a day.  Books and tuition are covered. It starts to cement the idea that everything is the world truly is "free."  And thus, if everything is "free" money really has no meaning or value.

Student loans, however, also have a nefarious dark side that further severs young people's ability to value a dollar, both now and into the future.

I truly believe young (and old) people today are too stupid to know how debt works.  Like the difference between a million, a trillion, and a billion, most "college graduates" do not know that loans are other people's money that needs to be returned.  And I doubt more than 5% of student loan debt holders can even begin to explain how "compound interest" works.  This is in part because most college graduates truly aren't smart.  It's also in part because most college graduates are lazy and never bothered expending the effort to understand how compound interest works.  I would also say it's because by this time their life long laziness and sloth has solidified into their permanent psyche because they've never faced starvation, cold or hunger.  Regardless, since most people don't comprehend what a loan is, let alone the amount of time it would take for them to work up the money to pay it back, most young people again have no clue what the value of a dollar truly is.

"Compounding" this problem is that their interest is...well...compounding.  And this is where an element of hopelessness and desperation kicks in.

Once students leave college, it is the first time they are quasi-introduced to the real world.  They have to apply for jobs. They have to look for work.  And most will find they're qualified to do nothing more than work as a barista or a barhand.  It is also likely the first time they look at their first paycheck and have to ask their parents "what's this difference between gross and net pay."

Here, reality finally dawns on them.  Oh sure, they might go and try to find a job that "pays a fair wage" or "appreciates my masters in social work."  But rejection letter after rejection letter, and the occasional $30,000/yr job after $30,000/yr job, they actually look at their student loan debts and get the first inkling of just how much work it's going to take to pay them off.

To be honest, most people, like when leaving home, just throw up their hands and go "meh, I'm not going to pay this off.  I'm not going to have to support myself.  That's other people's problems.  Nobody is going to let me starve" which is likely true.  But since they borrowed tens of thousands, even hundreds of thousands of dollars, lived for free off of other people's money, and are now approaching the age of 25, and now in their mind have forgiven themselves of that debt, they once again are completely removed from the value of a dollar.

3.  The Return Home

Unable to support themselves (no matter how "strong and independent" they'll claim to be), they will return home.  Some will not PHYSICALLY return home (because it would be too embarrassing), but will still live off of their parents, even the government, in some sort of way.  Either direct handouts, cars being given to them, "help with rent," "help with insurance," government assistance, whatever the case, they are still parasitically dependent on their parents.

When these people "move back home" this is one again an extension of adolescence as well as a delaying of growing up and self-supportation.  And, mark my words, the day is rapidly approaching that millennials who live at home will in their 40's will be common.  By this time you will have lived HALF YOUR LIFE and ALL OF YOUR FORMATIVE years never having to support yourself.  NEVER visiting that point in life where the rubber hits the road.  And with your aging, decrepit parents bailing you out, or co-signing on your worthless "Masters in Public Health Administration" degree (once again making sure you go to college and not WORK), you could live damn well near 75% of your life without ever knowing what it takes to work up the money to support yourself, pay back your debts, and save enough for retirement.

4.  Futility in the Future

By this time, the "not so young" person has no hope nor ability to achieve some basic financial benchmarks in their lives.  Matter of fact, they are practically condemned to be parasites their entire lives.  Thusly, they have no reason to save or invest for their retirement, homeownership, let alone eliminating their debt.  A "YOLO" mentality takes over, and this partly explains why the largest type of debt millennials have is their CAR LOANS, not student loans.

When you take away the incentive to save or invest, you once again further sever people's ability to value a dollar.  This is not a sin solely of the Millennials as currently only 30% of baby boomers have enough to retire, but at least the MAJORITY of the loathed baby boomers will have enough to retire.  Millennials will be the first generation who will die with debt as a whole and the minority will achieve something as simple as homeownership.  In this case, with death approaching you, most millennials will simply avoid their debts by dying, which once again frees them of the responsibility of paying back the people they stole money from to afford them a cushy lifestyle (and let's not forget "amazing college experience.")

At this point, they never had to know the value of a dollar because their lives were largely parasitic. They never had to pay for what they consumed.  They never had to work up the money needed to support themselves.  And yet they still fashioned themselves the victims.  But regardless of their warped entitled mentality, is it any wonder ....

Girls can sell used bathwater for $30 a bottle?
Girls can make $1000 a day doing "ASMR" videos?
Go Fund Me campaigns get funded but the product never delivered?
And instagram models can sell freaking used panties on the internet?

Millennials have no clue what the value of a dollar is, so they have no problems throwing dollars at such pointless, worthless things in life.  There's never been a generation who is so easily separated from their money.

"Cappy Cappites, Learn the Value of a Dollar"

The moral of this story is one I am only going to convey to my audience.  And the reason why I'm only targeting my readers/listeners/followers is because they have the intellectual honesty and horsepower to listen and abide by it.  The rest of the normies, conformies, and inferiors won't listen to this lesson because they simply lack the courage and work ethic to face the reality of their dire financial situation.  They are the types of people who only want to listen to the democrat presidential candidates promise they'll forgive their student loans, allowing an entire generation to steal $1.5 trillion from the taxpayers, just like the banskters.  So to my readers understand this lesson well.

It is VITAL you learn the value of a dollar.  And the only way to learn the value of a dollar is to work up enough money to:

1.  Support yourself
2.  Amortize (payback) your debts
3.  Save up enough for retirement

You cannot do this with the "YOLO" life, new cars, new-used cars, $8 avacado and toast, and $75,000 MBA programs.  It requires budgeting, sacrifice, minimalism, and hard work.  And if you do the above, you will quickly find out what you can and CANNOT afford.  More importantly, however, is you will know what it takes for an individual, and thus society, to be successful in this life, providing you an objective measure of just how much effort is required to attain "success."  You will also appreciate your fellow man's time as you'll understand just how much of it is required for that individual to support himself.  But above all else, you will not become a thief like the majority of democrats, leftists, and socialists in this country because in knowing the value of a dollar you won't dare steal other people's money because you'll know just what they had to go through to get it, as well as how much they need it.

Finally, while I doubt any single one of my listeners is buying "used bath water" or are "pay piggies" to instagram "conservathot" models, please make sure you can personally afford to donate to content creators, send superchats to livestreamers you like, or be patreon members to authors you like.  I absolutely appreciate every donation and superchat I get.  But do not do so if it sacrifices your own self-supportation, you retirement, or your ability to pay off your debts. And if you'd still like to help, but not impair your finances, there's always my books to buy (which will teach you how to get out of debt) and my Amazon affiliate program (where you were going to spend that money anyway).  There's a way to help out your favorite content creators AND come out financially ahead in the process.

Check out Aaron's other cool stuff!!!!

Wednesday, July 10, 2019

Never Be Left Alone with a Female Journalist

I love all the "screeeeeeee" that is coming from this, when it is the exact same people who brought it upon themselves with Kavanaugh and Ford.  If only there was a book written about this type of thing.  OH WAIT!

"The Rational Choice of Post-College Social Life"

"The flip side is that college men will often marry women who previously “put out” to better looking men in college. The married man might consider this a form of intertemporal cuckoldry; he may feel that he has bought the cow, where others have gotten the milk for free.[1] This resentment is likely to be acute for the married man who is now a successful professional and/or the primary breadwinner.[2] In this instance, the married man (who perhaps forewent “partying” opportunities in college) will feel that his wife has gotten the better of this arrangement."

Monday, July 08, 2019

The Older Brother Podcast #49 - The "Women's Povertyball" Episode

Cappy and Chad talk about:

Nephews, nieces, and uncling.
Ugly white people in Portlandia.
Getting revenge on a cheating ex.
All jobs suck.
Women's Povertyball


in THIS EPISODE of The Older Brother Podcast!!
Direct MP3 here.
Youtube here.

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Why the Red Pill Will Replace Religion

Radio Towers are Expensive

Radio towers are expensive.

They cost millions in steel to build, millions more to power and send out a radio signal.  Hundreds of thousands to maintain and operate.  And millions more in electrical equipment housed in the radio station below.  It's no wonder radio show hosts are paid so little, yet the advertising fees cost so much - radio show companies need huge margins to simply cover the huge physical investment costs necessary to run a radio station.

But then the internet came and fundamentally changed everything.

With a mere $100 used laptop, a $50 microphone you can get on Amazon, and internet access, a sole individual can broadcast to the world, potentially reaching billions across the planet, while a radio tower AT BEST can reach millions in a 50 mile radius.  Throw in smart phones and (if you're like me) you rarely listen to radio any more, because why would you?  You can download the latest episode from your favorite podcast, listening to what you want, when you want, from anywhere there's internet in the world.  And thus, not only is radio dying, podcasters are flourishing with every Tom, Dick, and Harry starting their very own podcast.

But there are other industries that the internet and the near-free transmission of information and media has obsoleted.

The education industry, for example, simply should not exist.  We should not be forcibly busing millions of kids every day to concentration camps schools where at most you can pack 50 kids at a time to listen to one overpaid and obsolete teacher.  We should not be sending millions of kids to "college" where 80% of the classes can be learned online for free, but we will charge them $500 a credit anyway.  Nearly all education should be conducted over the internet, allowing one teacher to potentially teach millions of students, saving the taxpayer and students trillions of dollars, not to mention:

parking fees
dormitory costs
cafeteria plans
and student loans.

Legal and accounting services is another example as well.  I have a friend who is a partner at one of the most prestigious law firms in the Twin Cities.  She and her other younger partner colleagues cannot wait until the old guard retires or dies off so they can get rid of their expensive downtown lease, allow all lawyers to work from home, saving them millions in rental costs, not to mention the horrific commute Minnesotans consciously vote in.  My colleague Chad Elkins had one-upped this law firm with his CPA firm, working from the comforts of his own home because the service he provides is nothing more than information.  Information that can be commuted over the internet, just like 100% of all legal work done in the US today.

I could go on, pointing out different industries that have been obsoleted/revolutionized because of the internet, but the short version is "if your product is a service or information, you no longer need a physical presence"....enter in "Podcast Pastor."

Podcast Pastor

Podcast Pastor is a brilliant idea I have and can potentially make me (and any pastor willing to work with me) millionaires.  And the concept is very simple:

Why spend millions on physical churches, pews, hymnals, day care facilities and staff when sermons and the Word of God can be conveyed over the internet?  Not only will Tilly who is in a nursing home, or Bob who is stationed in Iraq, who both cannot attend church physically be able to get a sermon, but millions, even billions of younger people today are glued to their phones, preferring to take in everything digitally instead of physically.  Overnight churches could reverse the loss of members in the church, bringing the church to them instead of forcing people to commute to the church.  And what's brilliant is to cover the costs of spreading the word of the lord over the world would be a collection plate that links to a PayPal account.  I take my Heath-Ledger-Joker 50% cut, and the pastor has a handsome compensation and budget by which to fund whichever church initiatives he'd like.

Of course there is a problem (because there is ALWAYS a problem).  And that problem is finding a pastor who has the vision to see how this digital version of church is drastically superior to the brick and mortar version of church.  Pastors also don't like paying out 50% to me since I am not religious (though they will happily pay out 70% of their budgets to a soulless bank for their mortgage).  But none of these hurdles change the fact that the internet has fundamentally changed the religious's just the industry hasn't realized it yet.

Podcast Parallels

However, the parallels between churches, radio stations, law firms, and schools do not end there.  And it is also no coincidence that I'm a podcaster who came up with the idea of "podcast pastor."  But how I came up with the idea of podcast pastor was NOT having the epiphany that the internet has obsoleted traditional means by which to convey information, and I could profit off of it by turning churches digital.  It was realizing instead that the "Red Pill" community operated nearly identically to a church, and in a sense I already had a congregation.  It would merely be applying the same skills I learned having an online presence to that of a digital church.

For example, like a church I have a "congregation."  You can call them "readers," "subscribers," "listeners," "followers," "fans," etc., but the thousands of people who tune in regularly to my podcasts or read my posts effectively form a congregation.  And other online personalities or "Red Pill Pastors" have their own congregations.  Rich Cooper, Terrence Popp, Roosh, Rollo Tomassi, Donovan Sharpe, all have "congregations" unto themselves, congregants who tune in regularly to hear their message.

There is also the message itself.  Like a religion, these "Red Pill Pastors" convey terabytes of information and wisdom about life, careers, family, love, women, dating, finances, philosophy and more.  And if you take a secular view of religion, this message serves a very "Leviticusian" purpose in explaining how to go about living your life, managing your life, and being successful in life.  One could argue most religions are simply the wisdom of "life management," but with all the added fat of singing, pointless ceremonies, the afterlife, and "believe in me or die" type threats that forces you to believe.  Still, most red pill podcasts are nothing more than sermons from older men trying to pass on life-wisdom to younger ones.   

And there's even the donation plate.  Though there are many ways to monetize these metaphorical Red Pill Churches, a quick click on somebody's PayPal link is no different than dropping $5 into the collection plate, just as becoming a Patreon member is like becoming a member to the church.  Having a red pill channel is really no different than the theoretical "digital church" I wished to create in Podcast Pastor.

A More Practical Message

There is, however, one major difference between the "The Church of the Saint Red Pill" and all other major religions. And it's also the reason why more and more men will replace their traditional religions (if any) with the red pill - practicality.

The message of the red pill is infinitely more practical to young men today because it addresses the thing they want the most - women.  Cheapened as you might find this, it is true.  Men, above all other things, want women. It's why the lions share of material you'll hear in the red pill community is about women.  It's why the majority of time, effort, and resources in the red pill is about marriage, dating, sex, and love.  And whereas you can barely get a traditional church congregant to stay awake for a 15 minute sermon about salvation or Christ, you can get thousands of men to fully-tune in for 4 hour podcast extravaganzas on how to get a date with a woman.  It's no shock that while membership in churches are declining, the red pill community is growing exponentially because the message the "red pill religion" conveys addresses the most important issue young (and old) men have in their lives - women.

Red Pill, Black Pill, God Pill

The problem with having the Red Pill supplant religion is that it is somewhat short sighted.  Yes, it addresses the number one thing in life for men - women.  Yes, it addresses all other aspects of life that most of modern day religions don't (career, education, health, etc.), or at least in modern, more practical terms.  But while men have the horse-blinders on in their pursuit of women in the here and now, the day will come you either get married or simply get old and face your own mortality, which will then necessitate you seriously revisit traditional religion.

This is the "red pill, black pill, god pill" transition that I CANNOT CLAIM to be the originator of (it was somebody else who, if you can inform me, I will gladly provide credit here).  But the basic evolution of these pills is such:

You are introduced to truth through the red pill. This requires a (roughly) decade-long journey undoing all the lies and propaganda you've been fed to simply get back to square one, and reorganize your life so you make the most of the remainder of your life on this planet.  Your decisions are based in truth and reality, they become more effective, and you start to have success in life.

This will then lead you to the "black pill" or "nihilism."  In part because you will be so angry at how society lied to you and itself, but also once you do base your life in reality and get back on track, you will have success.  This success will come in the form of solving most of your major problems.  And once these major problems are gone, you will be forced to look into the future ask what is life all about.  Those stuck addicted to the blue pill are too busy slaving away as debt slaves, stuck in traffic, never having the time or luxury to contemplate the meaning of life. They're too busy just treading water, spending every second dealing with the mistakes they made in the past be it student loans, divorce, illegitimate children, etc.  But you get to stare the monster right in the face and contemplate your existence on this planet.

This will then lead to the "God Pill" as exhibited by Roosh's recent conversion to religion.  It is not coincidence that Roosh sought religion AFTER he had completed his journey conquering women and gaining all the wisdom the red pill had to offer.  It was what was foremost on his mind as a young man, and will be what is on the mind of most young men today.  But the day is coming either through success with women or by forfeiting the pursuit of women, your focus will no longer be on women, careers, educations, travel, philosophy, hobbies, or life, but the after-life.

It is because of this both religions (traditional and "The Glorious Church of Saint Red Pill") will play necessary roles in all men's (and women's) lives.  You cannot deny your nature or programming, and for the first half of men's lives, the Red Pill will teach them the vital lessons needed to navigate this all-important part of your life.  But the day is coming you will either get married, commit to a woman, or simply tire of them and throw in the towel. And once that happens the only other major problem you will face in life is that it will end.  This will be a choice up to you to decide whether you want to take the "God Pill" and become religious, or take a more secular view that you will return to "nothingness" existing as you didn't before you were born.  That choice I cannot make for you. But if there's anything I've learned about humans it is that we need two things in life - vice and religion.  Take the time to resurface from your consumption of the Red Pill religion to occasionally contemplate traditional religion, even if they are stuck in the dark ages, forcing you to attend a physical church, when Podcast Pastor could make it so much more convenient.



Sunday, July 07, 2019

Asshole Consulting LIVE with Special Guest "Rob Says"

Rob and Cappy talk:

Summer grilling meats.
Posers and "Flash in the Pans" in the Red Pill community and internet in general.
Rob and Cappy's preferred drinks.
And some Asshole Consulting questions!

Wednesday, July 03, 2019

The Clarey Podcast #299 - The South Dakota Episode

Cappy and DT do their first podcast from DT's NEW HOME in South Dakota! Topics include:
Choking up...Cappy hasn't.
Cowboy Bebop.
Winning at life.
Making kids with fat chicks.
Asshole Consulting.


In THIS EPISODE of the Clarey Podcast!!

Direct MP3 here.

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Saturday, June 29, 2019

Rich Parents Who Spoil Their Kids Get What They Deserve

Which includes:

Raising your grandchildren because your children are too busy having fun
Constantly bailing out your children
Your children living at home
Co-signing student loans at the age of 68
Oh, and death when you cut their allowance.

I cannot emphasize enough that you rich people keep spoiling your children.  They're royal cunts to deal with when we have to grow up, date, and tolerate them in our generation. But the results are hilarious when they come back home at 34.