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MrNavigator

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Re: Y'all better stop
« Reply #15 on: May 06, 2021, 08:14:46 AM »
It amazes me how people will look at a case of something bad happening to a monger and say "Wow, you know, everyone needs to stop mongering because look at that bad thing that happened to a monger!" but I don't often see the same people that say that look at some guy's life go down the drain after a horrible divorce and say "Wow, you know, everyone needs to stop marrying because look at that bad thing that happened to a husband!"  Yes, sometimes I see people say the former and sometimes I see people say the latter (though in the case of  the later it tends to be more "look at the divorce statistics" but I digress), but it's never the same person.

Don't get me wrong, there is risk in mongering and that's something to pay attention to and decide if you are OK with those risks.  I just don't think one should ONLY look at mongering as having risks and then just ignore all the horrible risks involved in many other dangerous activities people engage in.  I've got news for you, there's plenty of people who have been robbed while traveling and NOT mongering.  Should we stop traveling all together?  People have had some pretty horrible stuff happen to them while dating.  Should we stop dating all together?  Looking at one bad thing that happened to one  monger and saying "Well, no one should ever do that again!" strikes me as similar to looking at one divorce and saying "Well, no one should ever marry again!".  I don't see how  one can say one and not say the other.  I have nothing against someone who feels the risks are too high for mongering, I'm just saying it's good to have a standard of what is too dangerous that isn't based on one bad incident and to look at the dangers of all the activities you may be involved in.

Well it's obvious YOU wrote all that because YOU are one of the dudes who balls out and highsides with cash all day in clubs and on social media then travels the U.S. and invites random strippers and. escorts up to hotel room or house with stacks of cash all over the place.

Be careful with that...

lazy_monger

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Re: Y'all better stop
« Reply #16 on: May 06, 2021, 09:39:16 AM »
It amazes me how people will look at a case of something bad happening to a monger and say "Wow, you know, everyone needs to stop mongering because look at that bad thing that happened to a monger!" but I don't often see the same people that say that look at some guy's life go down the drain after a horrible divorce and say "Wow, you know, everyone needs to stop marrying because look at that bad thing that happened to a husband!"  Yes, sometimes I see people say the former and sometimes I see people say the latter (though in the case of  the later it tends to be more "look at the divorce statistics" but I digress), but it's never the same person.

Don't get me wrong, there is risk in mongering and that's something to pay attention to and decide if you are OK with those risks.  I just don't think one should ONLY look at mongering as having risks and then just ignore all the horrible risks involved in many other dangerous activities people engage in.  I've got news for you, there's plenty of people who have been robbed while traveling and NOT mongering.  Should we stop traveling all together?  People have had some pretty horrible stuff happen to them while dating.  Should we stop dating all together?  Looking at one bad thing that happened to one  monger and saying "Well, no one should ever do that again!" strikes me as similar to looking at one divorce and saying "Well, no one should ever marry again!".  I don't see how  one can say one and not say the other.  I have nothing against someone who feels the risks are too high for mongering, I'm just saying it's good to have a standard of what is too dangerous that isn't based on one bad incident and to look at the dangers of all the activities you may be involved in.

I don't think anybody is saying don't monger.  That's why we are here.  However, unless it is a desperate junkie, robbers don't usually go to a robbery hoping to come up.  They usually know what they are looking for and they usually know because the victim told them.   There are guys who seem to need to floss when they are dealing with women and reveal too much information that end up getting them set up. 

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Re: Y'all better stop
« Reply #17 on: May 06, 2021, 03:40:54 PM »
Easy Peesie rules, don't flash cash, don't where bling,and don't act like a dumb ass.Being the GREAT I AM, just makes you a fool and a target.

 

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