Careerist woman take note

Men and women are attracted to different traits in potential
partners. Most men don’t care about women’s professional or educational
achievements. Women care deeply about men’s achievements since these
achievements are a proxy for social status. A socially inept geek
devoid of charm is to women what a fat, physically unattractive woman
is to a man.

Women are hypergamous; that is, they strongly prefer to date up. It
is very rare for a woman to be attracted to a man who is less educated
or has lower social status than herself. Men will happily marry women
of lower status than themselves as long as they are physically
attractive and strong on attractive feminine traits like nurturing. So
as an accomplished woman you are competing with all of attractive
womankind for the top 10% of males in the world. Many of whom, as you
rightly noted, are either married or gay.

With these odds in the dating market a single, high status male is
spoilt for choice. If you’re a man in his late twenties or in his
thirties, kicking ass professionally, charming, socially savvy,
reasonably good looking you have your pick of women in their prime
(early to late-twenties). You’re a rare commodity – the women you’re
able to choose from are not. After all, you mostly care about their
looks and feminine charms – not their diplomas or high-powered
corporate career. In fact a high powered corporate career or a high
partner count (more likely in educated women) is likely to erode the
feminine charms that men with wide-ranging options prize.

So a large pool of women ends up having sex with a small pool of the
most attractive men. Serious commitment from these men will elude all
but the very best looking and grounded women; there is no pressure for
a man to commit while safe in the knowledge that he will be in his
prime for another ten or twenty years and can have fun dating a
glorious variety of women in the meantime. Unfortunately women do not
have this luxury.

Women have become more successful than men in getting top
qualifications. Consequently they’re pricing themselves out of the
dating market. For every step of the ladder women climb, the pool of
feasible men they’ll find attractive shrinks; for every step on the
ladder a man takes the pool of women that find him attractive grows.
It’s especially lonely at the top since women are hard-wired to date

The really sad thing is that women are constantly told to ignore these
truths, often only realising that they’ve been misled when it’s too

The San Francisco Bay Area Sucks

The San Francisco Bay Area is kinda like a pricey retirement home for boring people. It’s really a soulless place with overpriced mediocre food, terrible drivers and chain stores for as far as the eye can see. There’s also a real distance between people in the bay area. Simply put, people don’t want to connect. They just meet for convenience and then go their own way and you are expected to do the same. Most people are autistic and not interested in socializing. Berkeley in particular seems like, not only is everybody kind of doing their own thing (ignoring one another) but pretending to be so open and forward thinking. At least on the East Coast people don’t pretend to be open and friendly. In the SF bay area, it’s a real “You live your life and I’ll live mine, and we’ll just ignore each other” sort of culture.

I would say most of the students in the Bay Area are tools. The Asian students are VERY conformist and square. They totally live for work and achievements in career. That accurately sums up the main problem of Stanford and Cal Berkeley. Hardly anyone at these schools have genuine academic interest, or intellect, even, and more or less slaves through years of University just to reach a career goal, which seldom strays from physician, lawyer, banker, programmer. They’re vocational schools: it’s all about working hard and jumping through hoops; learning happens only as an occasional side-effect. Try talking to undergrads and you’ll be surprised at how vapid they really are – remember that any idiot can memorize a biology textbook and spew it back up on an exam. Add to this general social ineptitude, and you can imagine what an interesting and enjoyable group of people you’ll find yourself amongst.

Most of the women in the SF bay area (if you can find any) are unattractive lesbians or radical feminist who hate masculinity. The few girls worth looking at are taken or are entitled bitches i.e. western white and materialistic Asian women. The SF Bay Area is probably the worse place in the US for dating. Most of the men (if you can call them that) are stupid, lame, weak, unreliable, wanna-be players, limp-wristed hipsters and socially inept geeks. The geeks (majority of males) entire framework of existence relies on passivity and non-action (notice geeks never reciprocate questions?). Ask ’em what you should do when you’re out of options – and they’ll tell you to ask yourself not because that’s actually what they believe but because they don’t have any real answers.

It’s not that these geeks are bad guys or hopelessly handicapped. It’s that they’re socially immature because they haven’t put any time into their social development. They’ve hidden themselves behind computer screens since they were ten years old, limiting their interactions to people who were like them. And their parents and teachers allowed it because they felt sorry for them, wanted to shelter them from the rejection that came whenever they engaged with peers.

Now these people must keep in contact with official voices, internet, cell phones, entertainment and sallow friendships that turn over on a regularly basis. They cannot sit still without their minds wondering off, as they are poorly trained in art, philosophy, economics or anything that develops a person inter-life. Instead, they need contain novelty to feel alive.

Overall, the bay area doesn’t seem to have a culture of real openness. It has a distant, detached, ultra-individualist vibe and people don’t seem to be all that passionate about anything. The women are unattractive and the men are service machines with little to no interest in the world around them. All the engineer, science, and scholar types that makeup the backbone of the bay area are super bland, lifeless, timid, risk-averse school nerds trained to pursue knowledge as if it were nut cracking — who sits cool in dusty rooms and if you were to seize them with your hands they would raise a cloud of dust like a flour bag, involuntarily.

San Francisco Sucks

San Francisco is the most absurdly overrated and crappy city in the United States bar none. From prohibitive cost of living to, pretentious closed-minded people masquerading as an open-minded. This post takes a brutally honest look at San Francisco with a collection of complaints!

1) Social scene.

San Francisco has become totally dominated by a smug, libertarian professional/ managerial class, much of it based on the high-tech sector. An enormous problem with populating a city with people who spent their adolescence getting humiliated in dodgeball is that after they graduate from Cal or Stanford or Penn or Cornell and start working at Google and Facebook they want to be perceived as winners. But they still feel, deep down at the level where their humanity is, like acne riddled losers. This is a devastating combination. It’s impossible to meet anyone when you go out in “the city” (you’d think it was the only city in the country) because nobody socializes. Everyone works 16 hours/day. Also, the city is extremely cliquish. It could take 2 years to get on the inside of a clique because people are so distant and self preserving and guarded. Everyone has their forcefield up and it is designed to keep you out, along with everyone else they don’t know. My advice would be not to bother. Most people are either too stoned, have nothing to say, or both. Many people are unable to see past their own block and think that their local politics are going to change the world (eyeroll).

2) The people.

You have a revolving cast of starry-eyed youths, wanna-be-mark zuckerbergs, stoners, homeless-on-purpose kids, and hipsters revolving through the city, each assuming they are something special and unique. They create a fake image of what they are so that they can “fit in” with the “different” and then try to surround themselves with people who are equally fake with claims of “uniqueness” and “individuality” they slowly weed out any real personalities from themselves until they are a simple mass of backward social conventions covered in the scent of patchouli. It gives the city quite a vapid feel.

I’ve never met more shallow, fake, selfish, boring, cold, insular, smug, flaky, passive-aggressive, not in my backyard people in my life. It is like they never learned how to socially interact with others, so they have all of these strange facades that they project to make people think that they are hip/cool/whatever. Additionally, everyone here acts like no one else exists so they have no empathy for others and just do what they want.

3) Too congested.

San Francisco does share with NYC the quality of being too densely populated (as though that were good); however, NYC does not have nearly as many cars. Reason being, the city planners there were forward thinking in that they built the subway system. SF’s public transportation system is horribly broken.

4) Weather.

The weather just all around sucks. It’s either cold/foggy or warm with no breeze, and it can be both of those things in the same day, so forget about wearing shorts/sandals all day.

5) Lack of good public transportation.

Getting around the city can be a complete nightmare. BART is fast enough, but if you venture places where BART doesn’t go (which is most of the city), you’re stuck on a bus that travels at an average of 8 miles/hour. Buses are subject to regular traffic.  The frequent parades mean that some routes will just shut down randomly.  Irregular and late timings.  Crackheads and crazies will ensure that your ride is especially miserable. People on BART will straight up just stare at you like you are a sculpture, BART has seats that face each other very close so you can be forced to sit across from a complete stranger like you are having dinner with the person.

6) San Francisco is filthy and has way too many homeless people.

Compared to other ‘world-class’ cities, SF is a dump.  London, NYC, Tokyo, Miami, Amsterdam, Singapore — all make SF look like clowntown. On any given day, in any part of the city (even the relatively gentrified neighborhoods), you are apt to step in dog or human shit on the sidewalk if you’re not careful. In most neighborhoods, you will be woken up in the middle of the night by the drug-and-mental-disease-fueled screams of the homeless. And if you’re anywhere near downtown, you will be assaulted by the smell of human urine and badgered for free change at every street corner and subway entrance. Enough said.

7) Rent in San Francisco is expensive relative to the quality of housing.

Expect to pay well over $2000/month (and probably closer to $3000/month, utilities non-inclusive) if you want to live in a decent place reasonably close to (i.e., less than a 1-hour commute from) downtown. Even at that price the floorboards will creak, the carpet will smell funny, the rooms will be tiny, the stairs too narrow, and the walls/ceilings/floors so thin that you will know exactly what your neighbors are up to at any given point in time.

8) Everything in San Francisco is run-down and dirty.

This is a corollary to [6]. Everything and everybody–from the apartments people pay $3000/month to live in places covered in dog and human feces to the streets littered with garbage to the “quaint” shops lining the streets to most people outside the financial district.

9) Shortage of women.

San Francisco is NOT a nice place for a heterosexual man to date. So many of the women are hideous, androgynous, ultra-liberal feminist with no femininity. Guys start to do crazy things when there aren’t enough girls around. Men here start to think that they need to run marathons, or cook like a chef, or be a DJ, or comedian, or be a billionaire (yes, with a b, millionaires are pretty common) — to get girls.

If you meet any even remotely cute girl, it’s a safe assumption that she has a boyfriend or has an attitude because she is one of few. Put that same girl in LA and she is average, hence no attitude. If you have a girlfriend, it’s a safe assumption that every guy is eyeing her. This creates weird game social dynamics around dating, where guys like me don’t bother to enter the dating pool.

10) Lack of nightlife (music, bars, etc.)

San Francisco gets tons of great shows, yes….but WHO has the money/time to go see them??? You have to be a millionaire to have a good time in that city. Otherwise you are just struggling and becoming more bitter by the day. Going out to a concert means dropping at LEAST $100, between the ticket, cab ride to and from, and drinks. Cover for special holiday parties (like New Year’s Eve) starts at about $75 and goes up from there. Going out to a bar is just about as bad – expect to pay $8 per drink average (and that’s if you’re going to cheap places!), plus cover, plus at least $40 on cab fare. When you’re struggling to pay your $1000+ rent every month, how can you afford any of that “awesome” night life?

In additional, the city shuts down at 12:30am: Want to party? Make sure you start at 7pm and leave by 12am if you want to make it home in a cab.

And to be honest, I never experienced anything in SF nightlife that was any different than any other city, big or small. I can go out in Lawrence, KS, spend less than $20, get home easily, and have a great time!

11) So-so bike infrastructure.

I pretend that it’s safe to bike around the city, but it’s really not.  Most streets are bumpy and potholed to hell and there’s not room to ride on them.  It’s sketchy, but it beats trying to bus it by a long shot.

I could probably go on and on, but I will just wrap this up by noting some things I will never take for granted again:  Being able to park most places for free.  Actually being able to find parking! (There are actually MORE cars in SF than parking spaces!!  Which means if you are unlucky enough to be looking for parking when most people are home, say, when you get off work at 3am, you are out of luck).  $3 parking tickets (as opposed to $65 in SF).  Not having to move my car every 2 hours/move for the street cleaner.  FRIENDLY PEOPLE.  A strong middle class (SF has no middle class to speak of).  Cheap drinks.  Good friends who aren’t total pretentious fakers.  Good friends who don’t feel the need to constantly “out-cool” each other. Comparatively cheap rent and groceries.

A lot of people move to San Francisco just to say they are better than everyone else. I would say the opposite, if you move to San Francisco it will probably make you smug and lacking in creativity, just like the majority of the people there.


I’m proud to be judgmental and elitist. As an intellectual elitist in life, I shun entally-inferiors. They aren’t worthy of associating with me, and they don’t breathe the same air as me. By being judgmental and elitist, I will bring the best out of humanity and lead the world into a new era of peace, love, and prosperity 🙂 As for our type, who wallow in negativity, and aren’t willing to abandon their loathesome traits, they will be left behind, and isolated from the rest of mankind, so that their lies can’t contaminate our purity.