2D to 3D to Big D – Nagolbud Coming to a Video Game Near You

In general, I get pretty excited seeing peoples art and creativity in whatever form they choose to express it in. Many talented people with their own niche hobbies of dedication and growth willing to share their inner most thoughts, desires, or stories. Getting better each time their brush paints some rhymes or sucking you into their book with some story intertwined. Like a time machine blasting you into the past or exploring a dystopian overlord future where robots and Satanists are using magic to send spells through your television set.

To my surprise, it’s doubley exciting to see this artform take on a Nagolpilled extension of the character’s mindset. It all started with one gamertag and a profile pic. It’s as simple as reading it backwards to dub the name of an OG Halo 2 video gamer king. Dropping out of high school for various reasons I was too young for a workers permit so I had a year to climb the leaderboards and become a goober gun battle rifle nightmare.

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Gaming became my escape to a creatable atmosphere of manosphere comradery where friends could be silly and goof around without society calling the police on them for having a war with some paintballs. When society went from school hunting clubs to kids hiding under their desk because of some false flag school shooting events. Unable able to build a shed or go fishing without the governments permission, and even then harassed by some Karens for catching your dinner. Spinning in circles men have no idea where their creativity is allowed to flourish. Hiding in the man cave like a bear in hibernation, the system doesn’t like it when they express their masculine expressions of joy inside hobbies.

When allowed to chase our thoughts it creates positive additions to the community, whether online or offline it doesn’t really matter. Society is in place to rob you of this creativity, stuck in the repetitive 9-5 mindset watching the daily dose of its programming. Whether fear or humor, like a porn addiction your meat is red and swollen. Brain unable to handle the millions of tickles from conformities tentacles as you’re overloaded like a circuit breaker.

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But what do I know I’m just a high school drop out with 7 years of college under his belt. Never even got a degree but ended it all by starting my first company, just some neckbeard living in Mexico ranting and raving on the internet. Smoking weed at the beach staring up at the moon from a bowl earth, as society swirls around like a turd of left vs right political paradigms headed out to the septic tank.

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Time to embrace your inner troll and forgot about social norms, let your mind find the beat to your dreams and ignore what the normies think regardless of social media points. Turn off the Andrew Tate freemason shill loopset and design your personalized sigma male grindset. Unfollow the thots on TikTok and start twerking to your own drum line, where lust doesn’t control your thought process.

Better to teach yourself some new hobbies and adventure out of the narcissism bubble. Think outside the box and you’ll find value in something you never knew could have even existed and all it took was a little imagination to get there. Cutting off limbs of society’s Kraken monster as you explore avenues of an art you excel at, smiling at the hardships doubling your hitpoints with a stamina upgrade.

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Never letting someone knock you off your horse, keep riding to freedom with your sword and shield ready for battle. Willing to sacrifice temporary pleasure to hunt the demons haunting the doubts surrounding your goals. Increasing in skill you’ll start to see improvement in the success of your plan, adding points to wisdom and strength go hand in hand. Unlike a video game, Gods the one giving out the quests to test your character, don’t worry if you make a mistake though doesn’t mean it’s game over.

Coming back to life only to watch the world burning down can be a difficult thing to overcome. Sometimes redpill rage and coping became part of the daily routine. Alcohol or drugs can seep into your compost pile, destroying all the beneficial bacteria you’ve been farming for growth. Better to keep it clean and just smoke some homegrown green, mixing animal manure back in, the best happens to be rabbit poop.

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Planting seeds and watching it grow like soldiers standing strong ready to take on the world, even after a storm the flowers come out to shower in some rays of sunshine. Ideas start to foment as old habits die off like weeds as you pull them one by one from the garden soil. Grabbing the bucket to harvest the fruits of your labor, throwing the scraps to the chickens for an organic backyard feast.

A step in the right direction as you become more self reliant with no fear of the current political psyop provisions. Throwing out your portions of the statist delusion to build a high quality homestead, looking back at the main stream societal circus scratching your head. By fate or providence you have found yourself reading this article wondering what path in life you’ll stumble down. At the end of the day it really doesn’t matter as long as your machetes sharp and you’re prepared for the adventure.

Just think about where you’re sitting right now..

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So I had to take advantage of some more internet drama but it’s extremely difficult to get a voice out. Social media is saturated with fools chasing clout and money when the quiet guy has something to say. When it comes to Twitch this has spread like gasoline on the entire audience trying to find that moment when their viewer count is on fire. Doing anything and everything on live stream to capture a few more donations and Twitcher bits for their moment of glory and falsified self esteem.

To summarize the drama, which can be said about any sport or game really, one guy or girl is using the hobby or skill to get money and fame regardless of what it does to said sport or game. Usually without using said skill and hobby, but rather selling it out to squeeze out every ounce from the juicers. Other people are mad about it and others learn how to follow suit. Certain characteristics go hand in hand with these personalities, such as narcissism and lots of pride. Whether it be the WWE / UFC with Conor McGregor, the NFL with it’s Cocaine Cowboys, the MLB with their roided out home run hitters, CSGO Pros with their script kiddie hackers, or adderall induced Battle Royal winners on their 24/7 stream. I’m sure there is even drama in the international cup stacking championships as some nerd loses his cool.

Many with a large ego and pride use their hobbies and skills to ridicule those that don’t. Whether it be poor sportsmanship in a win OR loss they can’t seem to hold back their child like attack. To put things into perspective however you have to remember, anyone that’s been doing the same thing every day for 30+ years tends to be quite good at it. Especially when they don’t have to work a slave job or participate in slave society they are able to play a game from their childhood to adulthood learning every trick of the trade. No question, each one of these hobbies require a lot of skill and dedication, the ballerina on the bicycle or the guitarist singing their song. The reality is at the end of the day each one of these sports and games is just that, a sport or game, a hobby.

We start doing these things because they are enjoyable and fun, to play backyard football with the gang and creating LAN parties with the boys next door. In today’s day an age however that’s not happening anymore. Society locked up in a cage even prior to the latest coronavirus psyop. Everyone sitting inside all weekend watching and cheering as their teams perform. Whether UFC, football, basketball, chess, backgammon, or Fartnight the results are the same. It seems like in every aspect of society the fun has been sucked out for another Tik Tok skit or clout on the internet. Hard to find anyone outside let alone doing a hobby or skill of their own without their phone. Many living vicariously through someone online as they adapt their personality with no shame.

We clap and cheer as if their win is our win. We waste away as we carry their pedestal that holds up their society based self esteem and bank account. People watching others play a game instead of going outside and having some fun or playing the game themself. I can guarantee you’ll still remember that diving touchdown catch to win the game in the backyard verse your team winning the Super Bowl 7 years ago as you were singing along during the baphomet worshiping half time show. I will always remember those late night Halo LAN parties where we battled to the death in the most competitive gameplay that would drive any MLG fan insane. I never would have experienced any of that if I was just watching some lame ass stream on Twitch with some random dudes begging for money to do it for me. If I was wasting my weekends inside watching some dudes in spandex catch leather balls and put them in baskets. At the end of the day chess is just a fucking board game, it’s the experiences, memories, and growth that make it worth playing.

We pay to have someone else live experiences we wish we had and all along they look down and spit on the little man. Whether direct or indirect as they cash in on every ounce of interest we once had. Creativity is snuffed out for some random dudes moment in the sun, game servers empty so one streamer could cash in, our hobbies destroyed because we put all our eggs in one basket and never questioned a thing. Never creating life moments or memories the repetition becomes dull and depressing with no change in our vision. As these internet vampires chase their illusion everyone sits by and donates their own creativity, thoughts, and needs; hoping they might get recognized for their deeds. Your creativity and individualism is sucked out for just another picture in some dudes sub reddit to use in his stream. Many never developing their own skills and hobbies is the most brutal of consequences as another loser at rating 650 gets destroyed by Hikaru’s Bong Cloud meme.


All us normies are just mere content to the big boys on top, to garnish more views and clout so they can harness the energy from their community as they sell out. Not in the name of getting better at their hobbies or getting involved in and creating other skills but to further their cringey internet celebrity delusions. Not to create a real community of learning and fun but to use your energy to pad their bank account, basing their success on sub count and Twitter bits at your expense. What do you think that makes you? Username500412 thank you for the donations. Thank you for the sub. Thanks for the pay per view payment user #69. You can’t really get angry though because you are the one holding them up as if their a god among mortals as you clap for another championship.

Many of this could be said to those chasing #1 as well. Willing to be toxic in every game lobby when the person next to them doesn’t live up to perfection as they seem to think they deserve. Creating unrealistic expectations and demands for themselves and taking it out on others when they don’t perform as expected. Dedicating your entire life to just one thing really just shuts the doors on opportunity rather than open them but many love the idea of being top dog. You lose the ability to partake and enjoy other hobbies and skills that might even benefit your main train of thought. I could be playing a game of CSGO when I get an idea for my adobe house outside. I could be building my adobe house when I get a great idea for a creative flank while defending in the Hippopotamus. (Angry Hippo as I like to call it.) Which then gives me a sweet idea for setting up my garden in the Spring.

The hobby you used to love and be passionate about has become the reason you feel the need to attack others or sell out. Pretending this gives you a reason to grow yet in reality it just turns into some Hollywood baby eating circus show. How much more fun would it be to watch some of these skilled people teach and coach other people, to build a community of knowlich and creativity instead. Or to see them learn a new skill or hobby that promotes creativity and growth in their own life while helping others do the same. What the hell has happened to us as a society?

I always admired Brett Favre for this reason, despite other reasons like throwing snowballs at lineman for a false start, he was always caught red handed down in Mississippi teaching and coaching high schoolers in the off seasons. When you think about it more I guarantee he learned some things from the kids that probably made their way into a play or two in an NFL and I can guarantee those kids lives were impacted by Brett Favre’s coaching and mentoring. Instead of working with ESPN doing cheesy passes through fire hoops with Tom Brady he was off doing something real; and man I really wish I had video of him working with those kids because that sounds way more interesting than a fixed NFL game. How much more fun would it be to see players like Hikaru work with chess players from his audience and teach along the way, instead he’s working with people like Pokemane who couldn’t give one fuck about chess other than the donation simps and viewers that will jump on board. Doing bong clouds runs against low ranked players while flagging to death anyone who confronts him.

The funny thing is you could change the names around in any sport, hobby, or skill and get the same results. It doesn’t really matter how big the audience gets for any game, sport, or hobby, if there isn’t some kind of growth, knowledge, or creativity coming out of it. It’s not really a good thing, let alone success; it just becomes another digit and dollar in this already depressing world where freedom of expression and thought gets snuffed out. Maybe it’s about time you put down someone else’s pedestal and start carrying your own torch. I know it’s hard to dive deep in the shallow end but sometimes you just have to take off those water wings and get your balls wet.

Passion in Hobbies

Real people find them selves in real situations and sometimes that includes having a hard time finding work, providing food and shelter, and other basic needs every human needs. There are ways however that can provide those basic needs based upon knowledge and hobbies you’ve acquired along the way. For instance, raising chickens might look fun or silly depending on your view point, but at the end of the day I have free breakfast every day and have very little if any cost involved in raising the chickens them selves based on my acquired knowledge of raising them.

Not every hobby will show direct results like a chicken laying an egg but there are always ways of monetizing your hobbies whether that be the free egg or YouTube videos of your ant keeping setup. When I stumbled on this guys YouTube channel I was blown away by his passion alone for the hobby of having pet ants. It was a lot of fun to watch, and although his narration is usually directed at children, I found myself having fun along the way as well. I’m not an ant keeper but I always enjoy watching ants accomplish crazy tasks and they pretty much live with you in the jungle. His knowledge brought a new angle to my stoner gazing and often times I found myself applying knowledge I learned from him, in my analysis of a little ant colony.

His passion for ants got me off on a tangent and that is the power of someone that is excited about their hobby, no matter what it is. He is another great example of someone that turned his hobby into a business and YouTube channel having an online store for ant keeping equipment. It doesn’t have to be full time but if anything ever happened to his main stream of income it would be a bit easier to transition it into a full blown business saving himself from disaster. This is one example of the non-traditional hobby and turning it into something lucrative and informational for other people.

Personally, when I started learning about different ways of growing, building, and doing things in general, it wasn’t because I really needed to or was looking for money. It was about adding to my collection of knowledge, know how, and do it your self that can be applied to any facet of life. My hobbies were not just hobbies but building blocks to my business and adventure. The hobby of computers was turned into a way to work in an internet cafe giving me the ability to live in a very unique location, especially for a gringo, for a limited time. It was an experience I will never forget and something I learned a great deal about myself and my coming adventures. This scenario most likely would have only played out if my hobby of computers wasn’t used as something more.

It doesn’t always have to be direct money or compensation for what you are doing or teaching and that’s where the passion comes in. For these people it doesn’t matter if they are getting paid or not; this is the hobby they love to do. They enjoy teaching others about it and getting people hooked on similar interests. It’s fun and I know personally I had a blast helping others figure out chicken coops or selecting animals to raise. Bouncing ideas back and forth with other passionate people is how you learn and test new things. This is what actually gives them the ability to turn it into a legitimate business.

This is where it all gets tied together. Having a vast number of hobbies is not only beneficial for the mind and growth, but can also be a life safer in a grid down, job loss, got injured, situation. You may hurt your back at work and can’t make any money but those chickens are still out there pecking away and making you eggs. Those rabbits are still eating grass getting chunky for the freezer. Creating an environment from your hobbies in which you can succeed even in the worst situations or for the simple fact you enjoy real eggs verse store ones. Being passionate now a days is something looked at as taboo or evil by society, passion being the twin of individualism, which is why they try to make so many of them illegal.

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When you step back and look at the education system, television, media, colleges, ect. real creativity seems to take a back seat. No where does anyone teach you to acquire hobbies or learn NEW things in the main stream. Most people get home from work and sit down by the television for the night or literally sit in front of it all day. If you ask someone what their hobbies are you usually get a very shallow answer like buying guns, getting coffee, or “facebook”. Now don’t get me wrong, I love buying guns but buying guns itself is not really a hobby. Shooting your gun a few times a year is not really a hobby either. Investing long term time, energy, and skill into a skill like reloading or target practice however is a great hobby. This is how I define a hobby and you will see why.
You might be a little confused on why I separate short term fun of buying a gun and shooting it once in a while against reloading or regular target practice. The difference between the two seems tiny but the results can be quite different for your mind. At least mine. For example, if I go out shooting every weekend just for fun blasting holes in fruits and water jugs I’m not building a skill set. I’m not pushing myself to become better or grow in any way. Another example for me is getting into a buy craze. I didn’t spend a lot of money but I was constantly trading guns and shooting and trying new ones. I had a few I kept long term but a lot of them I traded and just kept shooting different guns. At the end of it I didn’t grow or obtain any new skills other than perhaps minimal knowledge on shooting a variety of weapons in a standard situation. Not that valuable compared to the mental enjoyment of seeing yourself grow each time you go out for target practice to get better. I don’t really look at it as a competition with myself either, but rather seeing myself improve from dedication of time and hard work. Whether it be at the reloading table or the shooting bench.
When I get caught up in the fake version of what hobbies have become I find myself less happy. I’m not learning anything new of value and it can’t really be applied to my life to benefit me in anyway. It simply drains me or my bank account. Real hobbies however, can be quite beneficial financially and mentally. There’s a simple joy in feeding your chickens or quail every day. Collecting some eggs and perhaps even butchering a few for a good meal. On top of that you can sell chicks or meat as well. Learning how to raise these animals is the challenge and the feeling of success when you accomplish this is much more rewarding. You learn many skills along the way that can be applied to many areas of your life. Not to mention there’s a nice reward for winning a shooting competition if your aim get’s good enough. Or perhaps even a trick shot artist. These types of hobbies bring joy as you get better and improve. It brings a joy to your self and builds self confidence.
I have felt a direct correlation to my own health. If I ever stopped participating in my favorite hobbies I would slowly become more depressed. If I stopped learning and growing in my hobbies it really starts to set in. This would happen quite a bit in past relationships. A lot of women would get jealous or angry about me having quality hobbies and try and distance me from them. Girlfriends would shame me about things I enjoy just so I would stop. Once I saw what they where doing I never looked back! Never let anyone keep you from this growth and discovering new hobbies because it does impact your mental health. There’s many times when I’d be out filling water bowls, carving wood, working on the food forest, or building animal houses and I would have total mental clarity. I would find myself in a total peace and find joy in what I was doing. The scripture I had been reading would be clear and obvious to my situation and the realities we face on this plane. My problems would find answers and things would simplify themself. Stress would disappear with growth in it’s place.
This is why hobbies, or lack there of, can be dangerous without growth. You’ll start to find fake or materialistic ways to satisfy your depression. You’ll allow yourself to make poor decisions over and over again stuck in the hamster wheel. A real problem in the MGTOW movement is this depression that stems from lack of real hobbies and growth. A lot of men are stuck in a red pill rage unable to find themselves again after several brutal divorce’s or relationships. Unable to move past the women bashing and anger. I don’t blame them at all because I’ve been there myself. That’s why I share this because this is how I have always found myself and my peace. How I have always found my individualism and my identity. My hobbies are what define me. Not my job, not my career, not my relationships, not my social life. My hobbies are where I draw my joy in life. My solitude and energy. Without them I’d be miserable, still stuck in a place of real anger and rage.