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u/doncolo · 3 pointsr/justneckbeardthings

As someone with his own self-esteem issues to work out, I found that this book came recommended highly. It's a long journey with lots of day by day, step by step mental work, but this seems to be one of the best resources someone could use to begin improving their mental state by themselves:

I am about halfway through it. It was published in 1994 but the author seems to be the foremost pioneer in self-esteem. It's eye-opening how well he can explain some of the most complex issues we can face. For ten dollars, you must check it out.

u/Mmh63 · 4 pointsr/justneckbeardthings

Yeah dude. Come for the financial advice. Stay for the rape advocacy and rapists' rights talk.

I mean, it's not like you could get better financial advice at r/personalfinance or anything.

Or, god forbid, in a book. It's not like there's a whole series of books that are written for people who don't know much about a subject, books that are targeted for an audience who consider themselves "dummies," and that these books are written by highly accomplished business people and academics. I mean, it's almost like that if you could speak directly to "the market" you might say, 'jesus market. Why the hell isn't there a [Personal Finance for Dummies] ("

No. I mean, reddit is totally a better place to go for that. Especially, you know, the crypto-fascist corners of reddit. Those places are the best. The best for evertyhing, especially what it means to be a man. I know that when I want to know what it means to be a man, I want to ask a thirty year old covered in acne who may or may not be telling people to drug women's drinks at bars.

There is absolutely no way in hell I would want to read a book written by one of the best american writers of the past 70 years, like [this one] ( or [this one] ( or [this one] (

I definitely saved myself a lot of time by listening to the illiterate 19 date-rapist who got legacy'd into the largest frat at the college. That was incredible advice.

u/ablomberg1 · 9 pointsr/justneckbeardthings

You would happen to have a link to where I could buy it online do you? This would make a hilarious graduation gift for a friend of mine.

Edit: found a link. Way too expensive for me.

u/ctenop · 1 pointr/justneckbeardthings

It is also a pretty nice looking book, plus a lot of chapters in the beginning are short and succinct, meaning it's easy to get into

u/weehooherod · 6 pointsr/justneckbeardthings

The Amazing Athiest is simply preparing for the Neckbeard Uprising.

u/sollipse · 1 pointr/justneckbeardthings

I don't know, half the amazon reviews call it a "gentleman's folder".

I guess because it's not wood handled and has a nice form factor

u/ZGG_1 · 42 pointsr/justneckbeardthings

Haha, I recognize one of these guys. Phil Elmore. He actually wrote a loltastic book about carrying a katana for self defence.

u/heretik · 5 pointsr/justneckbeardthings

Well he did write a book called Neckbeard Uprising so he definitely self-identifies with the tribe.

u/Rayquazados · 13 pointsr/justneckbeardthings

Looking through his Youtube acount, he recently published a novel. He might have a peculiar hobby and weight problems, still gotta admire a dude that puts effort and publishes something tho.

u/BlueSignRedLight · 9 pointsr/justneckbeardthings

Feast your eyes on this:

And then you can google-fu from there if you're not dead of laughter.

u/ElectricAccordian · 8 pointsr/justneckbeardthings

You can also buy a book by him, if for some reason you want to dive into his mind (Mildly NSFW cover on it).

u/Thunder_Chin_ · 4 pointsr/justneckbeardthings

In case any of yall want to pickup a copy
Street Sword: Practical Use of the Long Blade for Self-Defense

u/AtomicDog1471 · 11 pointsr/justneckbeardthings

To be fair, he is very self-aware... he makes no apologies for being a neckbeard and even wrote a book about it.

u/Jugiin · 9 pointsr/justneckbeardthings

Buy two and I'll throw in one of those

u/monocline · 27 pointsr/justneckbeardthings

Because I read a book called Perv: The Sexual Deviant in All of Us by Jesse Bering

u/ObsessiveMuso · 5 pointsr/justneckbeardthings

Define "news", because his name and face have been out there for a while, in addition to some choice writing.

u/armrha · 6 pointsr/justneckbeardthings

Fair enough. There is an interesting string of legal arguments to look over if you are curious. A good book on it is 'The Harm in Hate Speech' by Jeremy Waldron, covers many cases and international laws.

u/zen_artists · 8 pointsr/justneckbeardthings

he wrote a book. its on amazon. this fucking guy has a book for sale in the real world...

his title game is fire though

u/Tagget7889 · 6 pointsr/justneckbeardthings

Obviously people haven't read the "How to Survive a Sharknado and Other Natural Disasters" book.

Its real

u/letsclarify · 1 pointr/justneckbeardthings

I'd like to provide some information since it seems that the OP is the one who is engaging in revisionism here.

Here is the Wikipedia page about rape during the occupation of Germany

There is also a book written by a victim/eyewitness of these atrocities:

Also, Red Army had a pattern of this behaviour, you can read more about Soviet atrocities here:

I'm disgusted by the fact that OP is trying to pretend that these things didn't happen and brush it off to some "Nazi propaganda" (???).

Soviet Union was great at propaganda, and modern-day Russia is as well, judging by the fact how unaware Russian people seem to be about atrocities comitted by the Red Army, or Soviet Regime in general.

Please ignore the OP who is trying to whitewash history, and please pay attention to what the actual consensus among the historians is.

P.S. I don't understand the argument that pointing out well-documented atrocities comitted by the Soviets somehow downplays (victim-blames Soviet women???) the also well-documented atrocities comitted by the Nazis.

u/sloasdaylight · 2 pointsr/justneckbeardthings

Shit, I thought this was a shop or some shit, maybe a blog.

It's an actual book.