February 15, 2017

Why “What Doesn’t Kill Us” is the best book of the year

Gavin McInnesArchive

I want to introduce you to my new hobby: suffering. Austerity is what's brought us this far as a species. We've gotten too fat, weak and soft. The book What Doesn't Kill Us shows you how you can train yourself to be tougher. Everyone needs to read it.

 

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commented 2017-02-15 20:07:08 -0500
Watching that video with the howling wind, the snowy mountain range and Gavin in a T shirt was making me shiver. No, I don’t want to roll around in the snow in underwear. There has to be a better way.
commented 2017-02-15 17:09:24 -0500
And democrats want to go to war with Russia. Yeah, because the Russians have Texas barbecue and Wal-Mart. Morons. How are they a threat with an economy only the size of Italy? Golly Mr. Trump, how come you keep marrying skinny ass slavs instead of once-you-have-fat-you-never-go-back, purple haired, screaming, American SJW broads?
commented 2017-02-15 15:23:39 -0500
Mr McInnes is absolutely right on the strange wordings and foul guttural cursings that one utters at the onset of the cold shower training regimen. The way I try to keep the teeth gripped through it is that I’m undertaking some kind of secret Marine Commando mission, that I have to swim/dive around an enemy checkpoint at night, and even the slightest sound of a whimper, even the slightest heave of a louder inhale will compromise my position and I’d be met with a barrage of searchbeams, shoutings and machine gun fire!
commented 2017-02-15 10:28:50 -0500
GAVIN ! , your getting us ready aren’t you , you know dam well when pussy hat institutes the federal carbon dioxide tax , he’s going to give that money to the whether lady at the c b c and global warming is going to stop

Thanks GAVIN !! For thinking of us
commented 2017-02-15 09:56:58 -0500
In 1801 a feral child was brought to Paris to be raised by the Jesuit missionary who invented sign language . The child prefered to sleep in the snow. Magellan noted the same thing regarding the natives of Tierra del Fuego.
commented 2017-02-15 09:51:03 -0500
Life is suffering

Suffering is rooted in desire aversion and ignorance

It is possible to end suffering

Suffering can be alieviated through right atitude, intention, speech, action, livelihood, effort, mindfulness, and concentration.