Women Can't Cope With Corona - MGTOW
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Hi Everyone Sandman Here,
This video is brought to you by a donation from Jason. He didn't send me a topic, just the donation. So I've decided that I want to cover something that's been no my mind for a while. The ways that men and women cope differently to the effects of Coronachan. House prices have gone up about thirty percent in Canada and I just got off the phone with two women today. One that's wealthy and coping with Corona by travelling down to Florida where she already has a house and where she doesn't have to deal with lock-down. The other one is also wealthy and she's trying to sell her town home and move further away from the city because she doesn't want to deal with lock-downs either. When a woman's civil liberties are threatened by being forced to stay home they are far more likely to make a rash impulsive decision to buy an overpriced house and I'm still not sure if money printing or women's desire for more living space that's pushing up the prices in a crazy way. Women cope with a bad reality by trying to escape to a better one. Men on the other hand can cope in that way too but I'm coping to covid through nostaligia. I'll discuss what I'm doing in just a moment but let me first tell everyone about today's sponsor The MGTOW's Guide To Retiring On 200K in Southeast Asia: Anyways, now back to the video. I didn't realize this but I found a way to cope with the sniffle sickness and low and behold many other guys are doing the exact same thing as me. It may sound completely crazy but I started the new hobby of purchasing vintage GI Joe toys and wanted to share with you guys what I've been buying. At first I thought to myself why the hell have I, a grown man taken a hobby that I haven't really done since my teens and early twenties. In my teens most specifically buying Star Wars toys. I even have some of them mint on card as you can see. I also have a bunch of loose figures missing their accessories that I picked up at yard sales over the years. My parents were new to Canada so they didn't have money to spend on stuff like this so I picked this stuff up in the late eighties and early nineties. By 1986 I was getting good toys but Star Wars was way over by then. Back in my early 20s I used to go to garage sales and pickup tons of transformers, gi joes, 100+ Nintendo games, he-man figures and other retro items. But I sold many of those. I wish I had never sold the Cobra Terrordrome I found at a garage sale for 250$. Now it's worth between one and two thousand dollars and at some point I'll pick one up again. Funny enough prices for vintage toys have gone up more than the thirty percent rise in housing since the coof started. Some figures I bought eight to ten months ago for twenty to to thirty bucks are now in some cases worth fifty bucks. The market is just as hot or hotter than the housing market. First it was about collecting the stuff that I had as a kid which are the first handful of pictures you'll see with the thunder machine and Havoc. Then it shifted to purchasing stuff other kids had that I played with and wanted. Then suddenly it became about army building which is something no did as a kid but I thought it was interesting. Now I'm trying to complete each series by year from 1983 to 1988. I lost interest a few times for a month or two and then I would go back to it. At first I went buck wild spending a ton of money but now I limit myself to two hundred and fifty bucks a month. Buying them mint on card is out of my budget. I picked up two opened carded figures at a year sale years ago and I still have the packaging and can easily put the figures back in. Being the perfectionist that I am in some cases I buy multiple identical figures and try to piece together a perfect one as you can see from this Big Boa where I have three different versions.
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