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I disagree that women have to be more selective in order to ensure the survival of their genes. I would actually argue the exact opposite. They should go for quantity, not quality.
I went to the beach today. There were a hand full of white people, a hand full of Asians, and just two African Americans. The rest of the beach was clogged like a toilet with Mexicans. Mexicans with the most grotesque and ungodly physiques possible. And each one had an army of children. Just hordes of illegal immigrants covered in back fat, muffin tops, and diabetes guts. It was disgusting. But it is also our soon-to-be future because these illegal immigrants don't care. They are not selective. They breed with reckless abandon.
Unchecked, indiscriminate breeding is the key to survival, not waiting around for Mr Perfect.
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