Master Don Juan
- Oct 23, 2016
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The 90's called. They want their haircut back. Seriously, you look just like me in 1998. Fix your collar. Popped collars are douchey. And go get some sun. I know it's winter, but you look like a ghost. Build a cheap greenhouse in your backyard if you have one. I have a summer tan by early March from mine.
I appreciate those concerns and have considered all that you have mentioned when I originally put my face on my profile. I have no issue with current and future consequences. If someone cannot accept my views, then so be it. I understand fully that is not how most feel though. So, thanks for your concern.TL;DR Bolded
My concern was and remains well intended. This site and the views expressed in it can easily and quickly be misunderstood and considered offensive by many, especially those unfamiliar or unaligned with Red Pill perspectives. A poster whose 'real world' identity is tracked back to SS can immediately be connected to everything they have ever posted here under that login. All their content is suddenly and easily available, to be seen and read. Unfortunately, that poster will also likely then be immediately associated with the content of other posters on SS as well, whether they truly also share such viewpoints or not.
There are SS posters who have previously/already suffered 'real world' consequences, from having someone in the 'real world' track their identity back to SS. Those SS posters 'real lives' were affected. I suggest one truly consider how the views expressed on SS can very easily be misunderstood and offensive to many, especially in the outside world, when choosing to openly identify themselves here. One may not be worried about their current employer or women they are involved with. Do not fail to consider your future and to consider that facial recognition technology is being refined incredibly quickly. At some point, perhaps even already, a reverse image search will not be needed.
Consolidated folders of information, on most adults (at least of adults in the US) can already be pulled up on the internet for free/a fee. They contain varying degrees of what was once considered private along with some some not so private information. Names, addresses, homes, home values, projected income, debt, phone numbers, relatives, associates, employers, photos, social media links, traffic tickets, criminal activity, bankruptcies, etc. It is all available to pretty much anyone who wants to know about you and willing to pay a small price or belong to a subscription services for unlimited searches. It is already big business now. Unless one has actively worked to minimize any public information on themselves, they will likely have a folder full.
I suspect facial recognition technology will rapidly increase the content included per person even more. It would not surprise me, if at some point it could very well link sites such as SS with posts and photos, and link it right into one's " consolidated folder," for anyone that searches that person, to be aware of. It is not far off of what is already offered and marketed. A future employer, future LTR, business associates, or even one's own clients, social circles, etc, may not wish to associate or do business with someone who currently or who even previously openly 'associated with' what would easily be considered as incredibly offensive perspectives (on women (to those mainstream). I am not saying that it is right. I am suggesting for people here be aware and consider potential long term consequences, before they permanently publicly associating their name, with all of their own content here as well as everyone else's.
For example, consider the potential consequence to a 'real world' identifiable poster here, who at anytime in his past pumped and dumped a woman (or that was simply 'her experience,' of what happened). Consider that at any moment in time, forever more, in any moment of rekindled hurt, rage, or boredom she searches him or his photo and finds his content here. She can then with a few clicks here and there, easily choose to gain revenge or 'teach him a lesson,' by making anything he has ever shared here, or even simply his participation here, very well known, to anyone she chooses. An "offensive" view point, with or without the person's photo, could go viral incredibly quickly. It could easily stir up a sh!t storm for that SS poster and frankly for SS. Am I suggesting one live in fear? Absolutely not. I am suggesting one make the wisest possible choices, for themselves and their life.
I think there are good reasons most posters who choose to share photos of themselves do so via an outside link, with a time cut off. I think it's really smart when the poster directly controls how long the photos remain viewable (at least viewable in the link.) Certainly once any content/photo is on the net, it is out there and there is never 100% taking it back. However, at least choosing to share here, with greater thoughtfulness allows the poster to potentially mitigate some of their risk. I personally think that is smarter choice, if one is going to play the odds. If one posts a photo directly in a thread, my understanding is it remains there and is archived, until a moderator is requested to remove it and then has the opportunity to. That still only removes it from the SS archives. There are other archives that remain beyond SS's.
Am I wanting to shame men or SS for what is shared here? Not at all. For their association with SS? Not at all. I am here too. I immensely appreciate SS and all that I have learned here. Understand there are many who would not take kindly or with much understanding, to what they may read here.
It is easy to live in the moment and simply not look to/consider future consequences, for current choices/actions. However, that viewpoint and approach can and often will catch up with one in their future.
If one wants to post for feedback, I respect that choice. I think asking for and being open to feedback is a great way to grow one's perspective and one's self. I am just advocating posters be wise in how they openly and publicly associate themselves, with the content that is shared here and any potential future consequences to them.
I mean well.
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those hair cut might be on the more extreme side but i do think a good hair cut might make a huge difference.Please don't dress like any of these photos @redskinsfan92 .
What you need is good looking 'staples' (essential items in your wardrobe). These include a white T-shirt, black T-shirt, blue, whatever other colors you want. Dark wash and light wash jeans. But the key is the FIT. FIT IS KING in fashion. If you wear something that is not well fitting, it doesn't matter how fancy it is. You gotta start with the basically, as with everything else, and that will get you surprisingly far. To that end, grab some cashmere sweaters in normal colors (black, off white, navy blue) that match everything since it's cold out.
The haircut suggested here is silly. How many guys do you see with that haircut? I'm not telling you not to be different but I'm urging you to consider why they might not have it. Because it's wack. I would suggest you keep it as long as it is on top and fade the sides. You could also go see a hair stylist, they'll suggest something that fits your face.
Just .. please don't wear the things posted above haha you will look very silly. I know the intention was good, but those looks are not modern. When I get some time maybe I'll send some recommendations. I'm pretty into fashion so if you ever have any questions, hmu.
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Here’s an Oxford I purchased a few weeks back. There’s some pretty nice Darby’s out there as well.What sort of leather shoes would you recommend?Preferably under $100.