Roosh V Reader Survey (Of Fun)

I made up a survey that includes a couple dozen questions about you and what you think of the blog, including what you want to see more of. I’m hoping this will help me decide what direction to take things. I have a feeling you guys want me to write more about economics and politics but I’m not completely sure so that’s a reason I made the survey. Your identity remains anonymous as IP addresses aren’t logged and I don’t ask for your email address. To keep you awake I threw in colorful questions like number ten.

I will share aggregate data later, especially for the more fun questions. Take the Roosh V Survey (Of Fun).

Postscript: Survey is closed!

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Chuck
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dude, i can’t do this, surveys are beta

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Chuck
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ok, i lied, i took it…

“What do you refer to yourself as? a. Man b.Guy”

Insightful question. I’ve always thought about this question. I’ll admit that until recently I never called myself a man. It just sounded weird.

Chuck’s last blog post: The Pits of the Male Gift Cycle.

Carl Sagan
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Fun survey.

Eugenius
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I call myself mandingo…

D
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ha this will be an eye opener for you.

kkrev
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You left off ‘libertarian’. That’s probably over a third of your audience.

Lee
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Fuck economics and politics, man.
Game, Day Game, Night Game, Game and more Game.
Is there any way I can take the survey WITHOUT it being anonymous.
My answers will be the best and I want recognition.

schoolboy
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Game is good, but speak on life as well. I like my cup of tea full. Not some half way shit.

elguapo
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Your best post was something that had 10 things you learned and one of them was “Life is a serious of short-term projects” also about some guy in Venezuela wanting to build a boat.

The other interesting thought was:
“People move towards those that react the least” or something like that. That shit right there summarizes pickup in one sentence.

Another words, keep up the philosophical ideas.

Lee
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school boy is a fag

Anonymous
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Why does the survey imply all your readers are from the US ?

schoolboy
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Lee, you mad?

Zictor
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Just a funny thing. What is considered a “liberal” in the US is usually considered center to center-right in the rest of the world…

Monad
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What about us foreigners Roosh? I’m not in the US so I certainly never traveled out of the US if I didn’t travel to the US before hand and I didn’t vote for Obama, not because I don’t agree with his politics but for the aforementioned reason.

Cheers

Eric
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Its true about the use of the word liberal outside of the U.S. So, to say staunch liberal means, staunch free market centre right. For the record, “staunch” socialist.

Bryant Knight
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Yes, I am libertarian. You left that off as a choice, so I had to choose “Other.” Not good.

Chuck
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roosh:

re: the travel memoir reading…i came across a book called “God’s Middle Finger” by Richard Grant. He’s a travel author.

The book is about his travels in the Sierra Madre of western Mexico. The land is trapped in time. Banditos, cowboys, and native tribes still roam the land. The little I read of the book seemed fascinating and funny.

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Anonymous
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Surveys? Lame. I’m planning for trips to Latin America in a few months. Bonus round is all about the deet.

Anonymous
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You also didn’t think you had readers living in America but not American therefore no voting rights.

Non-US citizens in America travel often and their reasons are often different. Even if it is for leisure, the conclusion you form won’t hold good because the way a non-US citizen looks at dollars is different from a US citizen.

You didn’t think through your survey well.

RW
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Too bad about Libertarian not being listed. You should also list categories with the old slash mark, socialist/beta as that’s the proper designation.

If you think government is your daddy and need daddy to take care of you, either you are a dumb feminist chick, DemocRAT victim, or a dude who won’t accept he’s a loser and wants the government to fix it for him.

You could also combine the categories too, as in Socialist/Beta/Herb as that’s one complete classification.

Rick
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Don’t use results from your politics question because these terms are defined differently everywhere – as others have pointed.

Very US straight male centric. wink

dougjnn
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The reason we use “liberal” in a political context differently from the rest of the world is quite simple. It was used as a euphemism, or cover up really, for the leftist ideas and policies which FDR New Dealers were introducing to the theretofore quite politically conservative American mainstream, in it’s time of panic.

The previous term for left of center political ideas had been “progressive”, but they were essentially all regulatory or anti-trust, and that philosophy was seen as having run it’s course, or as not being nearly left enough.

Left of American center political thought should be called leftism rather than “liberalism”.

Nina
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Argentina comes after Brazil even in this list!!!
:laugh:

Sudamericana
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I was thinking something along the line of Nina’s comment, yet with a different smilie legend to follow it :angry:

But I’m glad we made the list anyway…

mil0
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dang u got some posters who readin’ up on wikipedia about liberalism.

shiet.