The Rise Of The Narcissicopter

Everyone in Silicon Valley knew why Google Glass was a complete failure, but they didn’t broadcast it to the masses for fear of insulting their intelligence. In public, technologists made a big show of new devices making it easier for people to live and work, but in private they had long ago learned that if you want to get rich in tech, you must execute one of two strategies.

The first is to entertain. Distract people with shiny movements and colors that don’t force them to think of their miserably boring existence and you’ll stand to make billions of dollars. The second strategy is to provide validation. If you can invent something which allows a person to think they are important, a superstar on a virtual stage of their making, an electronic wheelbarrow must be bought out to carry off the money you will make.

The reason Google Glass failed, it turned out, was because selfies could not be taken. Technically you could take a selfie in the mirror while wearing the device, but Facebook statistics showed that those pictures got only 10% of the total likes compared to standard smartphone selfies with one leg up on the toilet bowl and lips brought forward ever so slightly. Google Glass did not entertain or validate, and so it failed, leading to the eventual merging of Google and Microsoft. Products from the resulting Googlesoft touched nearly all of the world’s population. Any threat to one of its businesses by a plucky upstart could be bought for spare change.

After ushering in self-driving cars, which put one million drivers out of work (a negligible cost for lowering the road fatality rate to practically zero), Googlesoft failed to bring forth a single innovative product. Profits were flat for several years. Shareholders demanded something be done.

Edward Smiley worked in the Advanced Products division of Googlesoft. He played a big part in developing hologram technology for smartphones, where images and video were projected above the phone so more than one person at a time could view funny memes and Youtube pranks. While a huge step forward technically, enough to change the name of smartphones to geniusphones, it wasn’t mind blowing to consumers. It failed to increase profits. Edward’s next experiment was so basic that he was surprised no one had thought of it before: a drone with a camera that automatically followed its owner.

Drones had become popular enough that 40% of households owned at least one, but there was a massive glut of neighborhood, lake, and park flyovers. Their view counts on Youtube were pitifully low and the latest craze, at least on porn sites, were GoPenis videos where a man attached a tiny camera to the head of his penis and filmed the ensuing sex. The GoBody product line sold cameras that could even be swallowed, allowing people to broadcast their most basic of inner functions for the world to see, including, of course, their bowel movements. The first video of a woman giving birth with a camera attached to the baby’s head achieved over 2 billion views while even something as basic as gargling Listerine with a camera attached to the glotus could be remixed a hundred ways to provide much entertainment and mirth.

The first iteration of Edward’s device was a one rotor drone with a tiny camera sensor attached. It was not able to record sound. The device was programmed with facial recognition software so that the drone followed its owner at a distance of two feet away and six inches above, all while taking a selfie every five minutes. The user had only a few settings to play with using his geniusphone: power on or off, review photos, or take manual photo. The battery life lasted four hours.

The beta release of the narcissicopter, as it was called, led to many complaints. It was too loud. Battery life was short. It was slow to adapt to a user’s movement and often collided with heads, causing serious eye and ear injuries. The photo quality was mediocre and it was a pain to sort through all the photos to find the good ones and upload them.

Edward listened to the complaints and came out with a second version. He decreased the rotor size to half the length of an index finger while increasing battery life to 16  hours using the latest advanced in lithium fission technology. There was still noise, but it wasn’t much louder than the sound of a humming refrigerator. He improved the camera sensor and added a microphone that allowed video to be recorded manually. But what he did with how the narcissicopter processed photos explains why the device really took off.

In the first three days of narcissicopter ownership, the software presented the user with more than 500 photos of himself. It then asked him to pick the best twenty. The algorithm learned the type of posture, style, and environment the user preferred his selfies. After that, the narcissicopter would automatically upload the best photo of the day to his social networking accounts.

What a surprise it was for the user to log onto Facebook and see he had 258 likes for a photo of himself that he had never seen before, doing something cool and looking the most handsome he could possibly look in a 2D image, all without having to do any work. A software update would later not only allow him to upload more than one “best” photo a day, but also automatically upload the best photo of the month to all his dating accounts. This led to the male beta test users of the narcissicopter having more dates than they could handle. Women started taking notice of the device, but the price was so great, at $12,500, that only a few hundred rich male nerds could afford it. Six years later, the third version of the narcissicopter came out, and it changed the world forever.

Edward spared no cost with the technology he jammed into the new narcissicopter, now the size of a toothbrush head. The rotor was only one inch wide and designed like the propeller of a stealth submarine to emit less noise than a computer fan. The surface of the device was partially photoelectric and took on colors of the environment, making it nearly invisible to the naked eye so that most of the time you’d forget the narcissicopter was even there. The battery was a tiny nuclear reactor, operating for ten years without a single charge. The camera sensor was slightly improved, but the biggest advancement by far was adding a 9G transmitter that instantaneously uploaded everything to the cloud. Not only could the frequencies of photos be increased to once every ten seconds, but the narcissicopter would also record video with sound, all day long. The cost of the narcissicopter was zero dollars. Googlesoft distributed it for free.

Just like with the introduction of the smartphone thirty years before, the narcissicopter changed the behavior of women more than men. Within only two years, most women in America essentially lived to perform for their narcissicopter, which they dubbed Narcy, so that the best representation of themselves would upload daily to Facebook, Instagram, Dubai Cupid, and so on. The average girl off the street became an accomplished manager of social networking and photo distribution—skilled enough to even manage the publicity of real celebrities.

Most peculiar was how the daily top photo of many girls were intricate model poses, meaning that a girl would simply make random professional poses all day long in random places while ignoring the human beings around her. Female participation in the workforce plummeted as women became full time Narcy users.

Gradually, women lost interest in sexual relations with men. No matter what men did with their own Narcy, women simply didn’t care about seeing boring images of them holding a beer can or flashing yet another six-pack as much as seeing themselves and other women they were secretly competing with. Ten years after Narcy was released, half of the country’s maternity wards were shut down because so few women were having babies. This affected even the Mexican immigrants who could be counted on to reproduce and make up the low fecundity of native women. The few babies that were born were given a Narcy by their mother at birth to double the attention she could receive.

Human relations degraded even further when the Reality TV software module was released. Just like how the Narcy would upload the best photos of the day, it was now programmed to upload a 15 second video containing the day’s best scenes with automatically selected background music and editing. Some early software bugs had to be worked out when girls complained that videos of them plucking their eyebrows and digging their noses were included in their highlight reels, but the new software allowed every girl to quite literally be the star of her own reality show, and all men could do was shower them with attention and compliments (or insults) in the hopes that she would take time out to actually go on a date to get real-life male attention instead of electronic praise.

Before the Narcy, it was assumed that women evolved to be highly sexual creatures who needed intimacy and love from men, but the Narcy conclusively showed that women are barely sexual at all, and are much more satisfied with images of themselves than being intimate with human males. Textbooks in the social humanities were politically correct in updating this reality, adding the controversial viewpoint that heterosexual sex is a primitive and dangerous form of human bonding and that the e-happiness units provided by Narcy were cleaner, safer, and less discriminatory against minorities and the transgendered.

You may be wondering how Googlesoft was able to give away the Narcy for free when the retail price was well over $100,000. Advertisers lined up to pay Googlesoft so that their products were highlighted and displayed in the photos and videos that were automatically uploaded. For example, if Susan went to Starbucks, and Starbucks had a deal with Googlesoft, a photo of her extra creamy lavaccino would be uploaded with directions to the viewer’s nearest Starbucks location. If Tide detergent was being used when Zoe did laundry, that photo would be uploaded with the Tide box clearly highlighted. Googlesoft made even more revenue when it did counter-advertising. Samsung paid double rate if it was allowed to plug its latest product when Mark was using a LG holovision. Not a single person became surprised when Googlesoft surpassed the oil companies to become the most profitable in the world.

Credible rumors that the FBI, CIA, and NSA had an uplink to Narcy’s servers didn’t damper demand for the newest version, since it still contained a pause feature if you wanted to drive after consuming three beers or smoke crack. Narcy’s size decreased to that of a bumblebee and the noise emitted was only audible to dogs and snakes. A second camera was added to film everything the user was seeing with software algorithms that could identify a potentially viral clip such as someone falling down or a cat sitting inside a cardboard box.

To log on and find that you are the owner of a new viral clip was like winning the lottery, because now millions of people would go through your Narcy feed and comment on you and your life, giving you the most scarce commodity available: attention. Within only three years of the new Narcy, Hollywood was on the brink of bankruptcy, unable to compete against millions of hours of user generated Narcy content uploaded every single day.

After his retirement, Edward Smiley was invited to the White House to receive a commendation for his invention. The populace was much more calm now than before Smiley developed the device. People were so busy managing their own “personal brand” that crime was reduced at the same time the state ushered in a Newer Deal that ensured guaranteed income to every citizen. All Americans had food, shelter, internet, and Narcy, everything a modern human needed to stay entertained and busy.

Most didn’t even notice when the permanent unemployment rate hit 70% since the content that Narcy put out ensured everyone remained in a pleasurable state of distraction, unwilling or unable to be useful or employable. Incessant drumbeating by the misogynist alternative media that a cultural decline was in progress was ignored, and people started to believe that this was the best time for human beings to ever have lived. Smiley ushered in a peaceful utopia that came from technology instead of ideology.

A speed bump developed with the next generation of citizens. They were born during a time when law dictated that a Narcy must be assigned to them at birth (for their own personal safety). The pause function was disabled. Everything a citizen did during their every moment was filmed. Crime was no longer possible since police officers would be immediately notified when someone was breaking the law, thanks to the permanent connection between Googlesoft and government servers.

This new generation, dubbed Generation Zero, was resentful of the fact that they were not able to choose whether or not to have a Narcy, not to mention the inability to turn it off. It was hard for them to accept that the government possessed video copies of them in their most intimate acts, such as crying while watching a sad movie or gently masturbating the anus of a sex bot. They were also less entertained with the narcissistic entertainment value that Narcy provided, stumping eminent Googlesoft psychologists at the time.

A strange movement rose up within Generation Zero that nostalgically looked back to the 1990’s as the ideal time where human free will, lack of government interference, and technological advancement was in perfect harmony with life. “We control the computers, the computers don’t control us,” was a common refrain in protests, as thousands of individual Narcys looked on, updating government files in real time with its owners’ participation in the protest.

The media, which now existed as one massive conglomerate called Fun News, labeled the protesters luddites who didn’t see the value of the Narcy. They argued that the luddites wanted to usher in an age of barbarism where someone could yell an illegal word or be generally offensive and not go to jail for it. The older generation who so embraced the Narcy didn’t understand why the youth would object to such a useful technological device.

The movement grew larger. Protesters figured out how to hack their own Narcy reels to display political messages and announce the arrival of “Destroy Your Narcy” day. Comments flooded the renamed MeMeMeTube to publicize the event further. Millions of citizens were ready to squash their Narcy and roll back the technological clock.

It wasn’t to be. As if expecting this type of revolt years in advance, the makers of Narcy had implemented anti-destruction mechanisms. The Narcy would simply evade all manner of attack, including sprays and nets, and maintain an elevated safe distance until the user became tired, as measured by his respiration and heart rate. Killing a common house fly was hard enough, but killing a Narcy was even harder, and those few hundred who managed to do it were immediately jailed and given harsh sentences.

The luddite movement failed. All it accomplished was teaching Googlesoft, a corporation that now openly and proudly had several former government bureaucrats on its executive team, new ways to make the Narcy indestructible while ramping up development of pre-crime algorithms to prevent even the beginnings of such a revolt in the future. By the time the next generation was born, the Narcy became as small as a beetle, with not only pre-crime functionality but also a pre-thought algorithm that wanted to know what a citizen would think in the future before the thought had yet to develop in his brain.

You can imagine the surprise of a mother when her 12-year-old Nerval got carted off to a “rehabilitation center” before he had even uttered an impure thought or committed any type of violation. These algorithms could be tinkered based on age, sex, race, and sexual orientation. When an AIDS-infected homosexual president was voted into office, there was a sudden surge of heterosexual attendance in rehabilitation camps. Fun News did not cover this event and anyone whose brains came up with a single cogent thought that the algorithm may have been made more strict for heterosexuals were detained.

Previous generations born before the Narcy would have probably been horrified of government and corporate intrusion that exceeded even the dystopian visions of George Orwell, but by the time the fifth generation of Narcy subjects grew up, such anti-Narcy thoughts would not even surface in the brain; the pre-thought algorithm was so perfected that anti-Narcy agitators could be re-educated into being Narcy’s biggest fans. The stubborn few who resisted re-education were jailed for life to not pollute the thinking of the masses. One can’t help but wonder what Edward Smiley, long since dead, would think of a device he originally invented to provide a little fun and entertainment to the masses.

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  1. Visionquest May 20, 2015 at 9:43 am

    Great piece. Reminds me of some of the short stories by Asimov “Examination Day” and that other story he wrote where they decided to put human beings in missiles to operate them instead of on board computer chips.

    Yet what you wrote is plausible. I’m glad I will be dead before it might happen, and everyday I’m glad I never had kids.

    1. Anon. May 21, 2015 at 7:04 am

      Something I fail to understand is WHY a man who is location-independent, and hates the West so much, REMAINS in the West? Why?

      From what I’m reading, he should have discontinued Western game completely, travelling and living only within FSU countries. I fail completely to understand why he still games in the West if he hates it so much.

      1. Anon. May 21, 2015 at 7:20 am

        Even if the only motivation is sex, FSU girls are not that hard to lay. If done correctly, it can frequently be done within 2 dates, yet without the bitterness and hard-feelings of having sex with hyper-promiscuous whores.

        After having sex with an FSU girl you feel good. They put a smile on your face. After having sex with a Western girl it’s just lament and pity. You see it in his posts, most are angry lamenting posts on the state of Western civilization, which tells you that having sex with Western women isn’t increasing his happiness, it’s only making him hate humanity and the opposite sex.

        That’s not the way man-woman interactions should go. If a woman fills you with anger or lament more than she does with happiness, it’s time to move. Pleasure is not happiness, and if pleasure comes at the cost of unhappiness, you’re probably better off wanking.

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      3. RedPillMessiah May 21, 2015 at 4:40 pm

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      4. Anon August 17, 2015 at 10:14 am

        This faggot isn’t having sex with anyone you fucking retard.

      5. Budapest May 22, 2015 at 5:56 am

        For the last few years Roosh lived in Ukraine and Poland, as you just suggested. He talks about it plenty, and you can see where he is mostly with the background of his twitter (he previously had the flag of the city Odessa, in Ukraine).
        You are also right that Game is needed in the west, but overall is toxic technique that can poison a man’s soul.
        I also live in EE since I am also location independent, and not playing game and being able to communication with women throughout my unfiltered masculine nature is extremely healthy and rewarding.

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        Thanks for the comment.

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  2. MrBiIIGoode May 20, 2015 at 9:53 am

    It’s ironic how everyone was always worried about an Orwellian type society where the government watches your every move and yet today people are willfully putting thir lives on display for all to see.

    1. Duke Fearless June 20, 2015 at 6:14 am

      The robot that responded to you was very apropos.

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  3. Pirata May 20, 2015 at 9:59 am

    “A second camera was added to film everything the user was seeing with software algorithms that could identify a potentially viral clip such as someone falling down or a cat sitting inside a cardboard box.”
    hahaha Nice!

  4. Troutslayer May 20, 2015 at 10:04 am

    Bravo Roosh, great work.

  5. David May 20, 2015 at 10:05 am

    Funny and dystopic, in the spirit of Kurt Vonnegut.

    In the real world, I think the solution is to make sure that the manosphere/alternative right/dissidents have insiders in “GoogleSoft” who can steer the corporate agenda away from this sort of insanity. We should have good outreach to high-achieving men in Austin, Silicon Valley, Seattle, etc.

    (I’ve observed several articles about how the tech giants are actually clamoring FOR regulation – which is always more crippling to small companies than large ones. The reason these companies want D.C. bureaucrats regulating them is precisely so that they can prevent their best-and-brightest men from leaving to create their own start-ups, so the GoogleSofts of America are working to make defection impossible.)

    1. The12thUnknownMan May 20, 2015 at 8:32 pm

      Absolutely true, since the railroad robber-barons figured that out.

  6. Armenian May 20, 2015 at 10:16 am

    Sell the movie rights Roosh. Then retire in Poosy Paradise.

    1. Davis M.J. Aurini May 20, 2015 at 1:20 pm

      Note the woman designing a motorcycle in her stylish flat…

    1. Roosh May 20, 2015 at 11:05 am

      Yes I saw this the other day.

      I came up with the idea for this story in April 2014, when I was in the US and watching people interact with their phones. I actually rushed the story to publication a bit because it was becoming too true too quickly.

    2. MrBiIIGoode May 20, 2015 at 11:27 am

      You could make some cool sex videos with that.

      1. The12thUnknownMan May 20, 2015 at 8:29 pm

        You could make some cool sex videos with that.

        Until the rotor blades whack someone’s cockhead or get tangled up in some broad’s bush.

    3. Deebos May 20, 2015 at 11:39 am

      Holy Sheetz!! This is a real thing….I cannot contain my laughter. Can you imagine a group of people getting together and these things all flying around them. Hey, you’re Lily is in ruining my shot. No your Lily is ruining my shot. No both of your Lily’s are ruining my shot. Its all funny until the feminist…We need a new government law to control men and fine them for inadvertently having women who didn’t consent to being in their Lily shot.

      1. Clark Kent May 20, 2015 at 12:27 pm

        You know that is going to happen too.
        It will become a status symbol just like having the most updated SmartPhone is today. Here’s a short story to illustrate this point.

        The Modern Date

        Him – “So… How do you spend your time? What are your interests, your dreams!? I’m excited to get to know you.”
        Her – “Show me ur fone.”

      2. frank rook May 22, 2015 at 9:20 am

        Yeah. Wait for the term ‘Lily rape culture’ to start gathering momentum.

    4. Luisaceo May 20, 2015 at 11:45 am

      At least the promo video sells it as a way of taking video footage of cool outdoors activities. People however have already catched on the fact that this will be used for taking attention whoring selfies:

    5. Cat5krusher May 21, 2015 at 1:09 pm

      Fucking crazy. Mark my words this story will be reality.

  7. Jeb May 20, 2015 at 10:54 am

    Heh, yup! Googlesoft, I love it. “The Number of the Beast” could be .666, or the infinite repeat of dividing 2 by 3… like a Googol, a number so large that it is more than the amount of atoms in the universe… or like the infinite amount of numbers used in digital code.

    Welcome to the Borgle – computers are “the beast” – you have already been 50% assimilated… you shop, they track, you bank, they know, trust us as we collaborate with IRS, FBI and CIA… cashless society, on the way because digital money is easier – to track and manipulate.

    The last time there was a “One World Order” was way back during the first civilization in Ancient Sumeria… the people who built the Tower of Babel, when they all spoke one language… and what is the internet doing today? It’s getting the whole world to speak in one language again.

    Apparently, the Age of Aquarius is supposed to be marked by technology. These are, indeed, interesting times.

    1. Krum May 20, 2015 at 12:43 pm

      Very insightful, thanks!

  8. sdgsfdg May 20, 2015 at 10:58 am

    I guess someone’s been watching Minority Report.

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  10. Luisaceo May 20, 2015 at 11:36 am

    This is a fucking masterpiece, the satire is just brilliant. I found it initially funny but the sad truth is that this isn’t that far from reality.

    EDIT: “Dubai Cupid” –lol I see what you did there Roosh…

    Also, I’m curious as to why did you use the name Forbes Smiley. Were you aware that there’s an art thief with the same name?

  11. Andrea May 20, 2015 at 11:52 am

    What do you do to stay humble, down to earth, and keep your ego in check? I recently experienced a short phase of posting selfies. It lasted about 2 months and only posted 6 selfies but to me that was a lot since I have been aware of the narcissistic aspect of it and had been successfully resisting its alluring pull. Is there anything we can do to counteract this massive tidal wave? Or do we simply hold our breath and hope to come up alive?

    1. Tim May 20, 2015 at 2:06 pm

      Are you being genuine?

      1. Andrea May 20, 2015 at 2:12 pm

        100% – I was posting selfies feeling like a sell out but still doing it until I stopped and decided to check my ego. We all have insecurities and that’s why this is a worldwide epidemic. I can count on one hand the people I know who never post selfies. The attention can get addictive quickly, especially when you undergo difficult times and your character is fragile.

      2. Tim May 20, 2015 at 2:35 pm

        Fair enough. The only worthwhile advice I can think of then is don’t associate with people that have attention-seeking behaviour OR those who validate. So attention-whores and thirsty beta males basically.

        I manage it successfully and I’m a guy who wouldn’t say no to a go on some of these selfie takers.

        So it should be easy for you. 😉

      3. Andrea May 20, 2015 at 2:40 pm

        I do need new friends. Friends who are finding answers to the difficult questions. Friends who are seeking the truth. Friends with substance, integrity and time to interact with other humans instead of living for their cyber mini worlds. Thanks for the advice.

    2. Roosh May 20, 2015 at 2:44 pm

      Seek attention and validation from one man who loves you instead of 1000 men who only want to fuck you.

      1. Andrea May 20, 2015 at 2:48 pm

        I immediately got the urge to post this as one of the best quotes ever on instagram. Irony is cool. Ill try to resist this powerful urge.

  12. Andrew May 20, 2015 at 12:47 pm

    Wow. Fucking amazing.

  13. Conrad Stonebanks May 20, 2015 at 12:58 pm

    Article of the year! (and LOL at “Dubai cupid”)

  14. Henz May 20, 2015 at 1:07 pm

    Haha wow! That was amazing and thought provoking.

  15. invisiblehand85 May 20, 2015 at 1:24 pm

    Narcy would not deter the blacks, Mexicans and Muslims from making all the babies–just like now

  16. Tim May 20, 2015 at 2:05 pm

    I really enjoyed this. A great bit of creative writing.

    “MeMeMeTube” Heh

  17. Tecchie May 20, 2015 at 2:23 pm

    I work in Silicon Valley on exactly these sorts of products. This is what we are working on at this very moment, as you read the article. Roosh nailed it.

  18. rhasa1 May 20, 2015 at 2:34 pm

    read the whole damn thing. I like the witty humor

  19. Snowden May 20, 2015 at 4:09 pm

    It’s bad enough already. I had a pretty good plate last year, 20 years old, who kept going on about how she wanted to be a mother. Eventually she tried to turn me into her boyfriend. Unfortunately due to feminist training she refused to learn how to cook, even to cook a prepackaged box of macaroni and cheese. And she continued to rebel against my leadership.

    So she remained a plate. But she started showing me all her Facebook likes on her pictures and all her comments and messages from thirsty beta men who have nothing better to do then masterbate to her coy and sexy selfies. So I told her to go marry one of these herbs.

    She started to introduce herself as my girlfriend so I had to soft next. Then started fucking her again. We went out clothes shopping and I was picking up the cashier and this fucking plate comes up from behind me and cock blocks me. So another soft next. But I started telling her what she needs to do if she wants me to allow her to be my girlfriend.

    She continued to rebel now saying, basically, “I’m perfect how I am! Look at all the herbs that want to be my boyfriend because of my cute cleavage showing selfies!!!”

    The constant validation from anonymous men only prevented her from ever becoming an actual woman. She remained a girl with no value beyond the wet holes for my dick. And after she started lying to me to try to trick me into being a boyfriend I finally had to go with a careful hard next. One where she believed she was nexting me so I could avoid any false charges.

    It’s annoying enough to have a plate check her phone to see how many likes her fucking selfie has already. And then to start using God damned facebook likes given by pathetic herb boys as ‘reasoning’ for why I should let her be my girlfriend, rather then becoming a decent woman… God these whores are pathetic.

  20. Dr Seymor Hymen May 20, 2015 at 8:46 pm

    Non-sequitur coming….Im curious to know if Roosh has taken any psychedelics aka psilocybin mushrooms or DMT.

    1. Roosh May 20, 2015 at 9:42 pm


  21. Zuikurkler Yamizangthang May 20, 2015 at 9:44 pm

    I actually feel sorry for the future generation. It seems like our society is reaching level of insanity real quickly.

    1. Cat5krusher May 21, 2015 at 1:19 pm

      Have you seen any t.v these days? Insanity is now.

    2. stawn May 31, 2015 at 8:10 pm

      too many hispanics popping out babies

      1. Zuikurkler Yamizangthang May 31, 2015 at 8:33 pm

        well what are you going to about it?

  22. spicynujac May 20, 2015 at 11:29 pm

    Roosh, you would be a great writer for Idiocracy, the series.

    On another note: Have you considered making your lecture series available to the rest of us that don’t live in one of those top tier cities, perhaps via a live webcast or just prerecorded video of one of your other talks? It would be nice for those of us who can’t otherwise participate.

    1. Roosh May 21, 2015 at 9:46 am

      Yeah I plan to record it. Not sure when or how I will distribute it yet.

      1. Cat5krusher May 21, 2015 at 1:21 pm

        You do have Blackwater level security at theses S.J.W stronghold cities right? Never underestimate the insane and self rightous.

  23. JohnC May 21, 2015 at 1:14 am

    It sad that something like this might come to be in the future. It is weird to think that old sci fi media like 1984, Brazil, Brave New World are now closer to being a non fiction or history median then a fiction.

  24. Aldo May 21, 2015 at 2:00 am

    Whelp. I hope this doesn’t actually happen.

  25. baudrillard May 21, 2015 at 10:37 am

    The Society of the Spectacle-Guy Debord predicted this obsession with self image.

    Some posters here may dislike his roots in Marxism, but with an emphasis on what left politics has never much liked: the kind of desire-driven irrationality celebrated by both the dadaists and surrealists. We live in this postmodern fake world now.

  26. Cat5krusher May 21, 2015 at 1:04 pm

    Brilliant piece. Im sure this will be passed around on the internet. Everyone except females will understand the irony , sarcasm and too true aspect of the articles intention. I have to give it to Apple for creating a product women would ignore in droves until they came up with the Iphone. Even the name is brilliant in the narcissistic qualities that seduce and engage the female mind. I…. as in it’s all about ME. Before the iphone women have been pretty much technologically illiterate when it comes to phones and computer thingy things. The Iphone changed everything.Make it sleek, sexy give it the allure of a limited production and have lemmings camped out at apple stores just so they could get their yet to discover twitter, instagram, tinder hands addicted to everything and all that is narcissism.
    This article is way more apt and real than people want to admit. Frivolity and narcissism at the expence of dignity, privacy and humanity. That is whats going on now. People dont care about their privacy rights as long as it looks like their life is amazing to everyone else. These futuristic ideas in the story are not far off the mark. Coorporate sponsored exhibitionism is what we have now. Yeah facebook is free but at a huge cost of not being a douchebag look at me piece of shit. Facebook has too much power and they know it. Selling your data to third party advertisers and exploiting your privacy is their bread and butter. I quit facebook about six months ago and it was the best move I’ve made. I dont have ads popping up on me that eerily have to do with my recent google searches. I dont get to see friends annoying paleo/crossfit workouts. No pics of food. No stupid pics of their kids.I dont miss that shit at all. Reclaim your dignity and privacy and quit facebook. You’ll be glad you did.

    1. Andrea May 21, 2015 at 3:17 pm

      I decided to do just that today.

      1. Cat5krusher May 22, 2015 at 10:54 am

        Good for you quitting facebook. Your state of mind will be clearer and uncluttered due to being in the dark of all things superficial and superfluous. I commend you for having the bravery of visiting ROK and Roosh and not going through the roof in response to what guys say here. Too bad more women cant do the same and learn from it.

      2. Andrea May 22, 2015 at 8:44 pm

        Thank you.

  27. Shortest Straw May 21, 2015 at 1:15 pm

    Do I dare point out that lithium doesn’t fission. It can, but it takes more energy than it produces.

  28. Tavros May 21, 2015 at 4:41 pm

    Can we talk about how awesome it would be to modify one of those to fire a supersoaker full of piss at people?

  29. roxtoto May 21, 2015 at 5:26 pm

    Somebody read sci-fi as a teen:)

  30. Brad May 21, 2015 at 10:25 pm

    This is brilliant! Please write a fiction/ social commentary/ satire book some day Roosh!

  31. Doctor Mayhem May 21, 2015 at 10:44 pm

    I think Roosh might’ve found his new calling, now that he’s bored with chasing sluts. He clearly needs to write a comedic dystopian satire novel.

  32. Mark Kimmel May 21, 2015 at 10:58 pm

    The only thing I fear more than unchecked leftism is unchecked technology.

  33. frank rook May 22, 2015 at 9:14 am

    Love the slow build up to the realization that this is finely if densely written satire. Started to kick into high gear from the fifth paragraph. Good balance of dry wit & Ray Bradbury-esque observation.

  34. Patrick Bateman May 22, 2015 at 2:55 pm

    Dubai Cupid!!

    I laughed my ass off at that.

    Nice reference to the epic porta potty thread.

  35. agoodscientificdictatorship May 23, 2015 at 3:09 am

    “The reason Google Glass failed, it turned out, was because selfies could not be taken. ”

    No, the reason google glass failed, is because the microsoft halolens was far in advance and 100 times better

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  37. Joe Shanley May 23, 2015 at 10:55 am

    Great story! Hopefully, I will become The One, a hero who is invisible to the Narcys and can fry their circuits with mere thought.

  38. Jack D May 23, 2015 at 3:52 pm

    I got rid of my Narcy some time back. Though girls and friends have gone too.

  39. Black Poison Soul May 24, 2015 at 5:44 am

    I believe that you’re looking for this one: Zano

    From their about page:

    It’s autonomous. It’s intelligent. It swarms. It takes selfies?

    ZANO is an ultra-portable, personal aerial photography and HD video capture platform, Small enough to fit in the palm of your hand and intelligent enough to fly all by itself! ZANO connects directly to your smart device (iOS or Android) via onboard WiFi and enables you to instantly begin capturing and sharing moments like never before.


    A plethora of sensors work seamlessly together to allow ZANO to avoid obstacles, hold its position and know exactly where it is in conjunction with your smart device, at all times.

    This means ZANO operates on a virtual tether connected to your smart device. Allowing for simple gesture control of ZANO. Tilt your phone or tablet left or right, forward or backward and ZANO will follow. (ZANO can also be utilised in “Free Flight” mode, using on-screen Joy Sticks). On screen slide bars control rotation and altitude. ZANO will hold its position unless instructed otherwise (In both “Capture” mode as well as “Free Flight” mode), which allows for maximum control and creative freedom without the burden of piloting ZANO.

    If ZANO senses it’s strayed too far from your smart device or is running low on battery, it will automatically return to your smart device.

    So there you go. Already workin’ on it.

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    The scariest thing about this story is its plausibility.

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  53. Userrx99 January 15, 2016 at 5:52 pm

    Reminds me of what windows 10 is doing

  54. Rob Lux January 16, 2016 at 1:42 pm

    Great story, reminds me of the science fiction stories from the 50’s I used to read in high school.

  55. Igniss April 1, 2016 at 8:28 am

    Amazing story, spot-on!

  56. Ben Band December 9, 2016 at 1:43 pm

    The fiction section of this blog is my favorite. I hope to see more short stories in the future.