In the past three weeks I’ve traveled a little over 900 miles.
I listened to an Uber driver hypothesize about crack-addicted call-girls, talked with an aspiring rapper with a bachelor’s degree in culinary arts, and chatted with a fiancé who was set to enlist in rehab to kick his dependency on smoking weed.
From my own personal experience, It’s hard to find a sample of three people as contradictory as these three. Different races, different motives, different personalities, different political views, etc. However, as polarizing as these three figures may be there is one distinct similarity among them. For better or worse women have sent these three guys' original plans spiraling into abyss.
While I can speculate, I can’t say for sure that I know what that Uber driver’s original plans in life were; but I’m pretty confident it involved neither crack whores nor Uber.
Same with the sous chef who spends his free time rapping. Does his unconventional career path provide for potentially great lyrics and/or an ingenious rapper name? Absolutely. However, I’m not convinced that was his plan from the get-go.
As for the soon-to-be husband, perhaps it was the self-proclaimed “marijuana addiction” or even marriage itself that served him a curveball. Nonetheless, like his peers, I remain skeptical that he had developed this scheme in advance.
I'm not saying that women were the sole factor in which elevated these individuals to their varying heights of "success", but what I am saying is that women were without a doubt the primary factor involved. There a few things on this earth more complicated than the dynamics of the male-female relationship. And realistically, more often than not it gets the best of us. It brings out our demand for meth-sex exchanges, and our dependencies on weed to not have crippling panic attacks.
While I have the furthest thing from a PhD in biology, etch me in as the first to say it… The day VR Porn reaches mainstream markets is the day that human extinction begins.