Jordan Peterson On Why Beta Males Became Movie Stars | Andrew Schulz & Akaash Singh

29 apr 2021
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New York native and internationally touring stand-up, Andrew Schulz is known for his hilarious and unsafe comedy. He has starred in the sitcom BENDERS (now available on Netflix), can be seen in Amazon’s SNEAKY PETE, HBO’s CRASHING, and on MTV including GUY CODE and GIRL CODE.
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  • Daaang... I knew Schultz was smart from his comedy, his questions and follow up questions here confirm this.

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  • I've never heard Peterson explain greatness vs. power better than he did here. AMAZING job asking him these questions!

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  • “Power is the mimicry of greatness.” The best thing I’ve heard in a while

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  • Maculinity doesnt equal competence. "Beta" males become movie stars because they spend a lot of time alone socially isolated which forces them to develope their intellect and personality. Also they are often times more relatable than a starving juiced up superhero character. The human tendency to judge confident physically attractive people as more competent in other areas of life is a well documented psychological phenomenon called the "halo effect". Unfortunetly confidence and physical stature are not effective predicters of competence. This whole conversation is essentially meaningless because it implies that the only thing that determines a males competence is being sexually desirable. Basically equivalent to saying the only thing that makes a women competent is big tits and a nice figure.

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  • People admire those who share their personal goals. Skill sets at times. You could make a list of the people who you want to be like, with, or admire And you will also find they are people who control and dominate your mind and your life. That even at times you opposed and resisted them But often it’s only because you had goals feelings purposes thoughts plans intentions etc in common

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  • If you want to know answer to this question look up Friedrich Nietzsches critique of Christianity. It perfectly explains why weak equals “good” and how much that goes against nature of men. Peterson probably knows this, as he uses Nietzsche all the time, but he ignores this because it goes against his religious belief.

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  • Man! JP is looking good these days. He’s back!

  • Andrew Schulz seems like a fidgetty clown but is actually a deeply intelligent man. He always makes really good points.

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  • You are attracted to weakness, because we confuse ourselves with competence and power- Jordan Peterson

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  • I really like andrew. He’s funny as fuck but he’s honestly a really intelligent dude. That’s my type of comedy/podcast host

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  • Ahhhhhhh... epiphanyyyyy awwweeeee lol

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  • Daniel Craig, Jason Stratham, Joe Rogan... There are plenty of male heroes post Bruce Willis. Only in the past 2-3 years they are being subverted

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  • Bro there’s still so many badass male characters in post 90’s cinema. Machete (Denny Trejo), Liam Neeson, Denzel Washington plays essentially the same bad ass character just in different professions. The movie Wind River the hunter sniper dude. Badass!

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  • Michael Sara kicked all the ass in Scott Pilgrim vs the world 😂😂😂😂😂

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  • Betas in movies are supoosed to be funny, but people too often equate Hollywood with reality. So unfortunately it does work for some guys, because some girls think that's what they're supposed to want in men, and they choose them so they can be accepted in their social circle of dimwits. People are very fucking strange

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  • Meanwhile Vin Deasil (with the most desperate stage name) and, ahem, The Rock, do nothing but pump out dude saves the day movies. What the fuck are these guys talking about...?

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  • The institutions that predicate their power do so using nothing but coercion. Even when these institutions supposedly do good, they rest on a gun and violence if compliance isn't received. Believing in these institutions versus self reliance is inherently "beta".

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  • Jordan Peterson is a God.

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  • The old man making great points. He should be a professor or something.

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  • Western civilisation is built on a torah of error and it will be rebuilt on a spiritual torah

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  • You do not understand the Bible very well , It was Jaccob who prevailed with God a beta male , not essau , look at that section of scripture it says when Issac was old in days his eyes were Darkened Ie not just physically blind spiritually bind , here Sarah interjects and instructs Jaccob to deceive his father who has beeen darkened with the influence of the serpent , the wives of the patriarchs symbolise the shekinah , the feminine presence of God which instructed Abraham also through his wife to send Ishmael away and Abraham listened to his wife and did as she said , the rabbi often question this section of the Bible stating that it should be the otherness around that Sarah should not be commanding Abraham but she does and she does this also through Jaccob who became Israel the Beta male was favoured by God. , why becuase the Bible says She the shekinah is the gateway to God periodic , you are not aware of the spiritual torah you are in error because you have a torah of error

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  • Beta males can relate with women better than the alpha males trust me I know I am a beta male and have cut many a mans grass lol , that is why Jordan Peterson lobsters need to get a psychiatrists in Order to improve chances of getting women , I have never had to see a therapist for that problem , I also know a little martial arts so drunk alpha males are no problem for me to sit on his arse if he think he can alpha me , the man you are talking too from my point of view is a looser who is intimidated by beta males , and claims to be an alpha male lol 😂

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  • The reaction Andrew has to these objectively true statements gives me hope. I wish more intelligent people knew when they were hearing something of substance. In a world where idiotic ideas are considered, blatantly true statements are seen as revelatory.

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  • Lol Michael Cera has been stapled as the poster boy for beta males

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  • Damn I'll need to watch this again and slow it down

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  • What about Matt Damon, Daniel Craig, Jason Statham, Vin Diesel, Hugh Jackman, The Rock...

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  • I feel you guys don't have a really clear theory of power

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  • Andrew went to office hours lol

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  • “Power is the mimicry of Greatness.” That sums it up.

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  • You can see the light bulbs going off in this guys head.

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  • "good got to be synonymous with harmless" so if ur wondering why "beta males" become "movie stars" its because men were [too harmful : not enough good]. So people said toss out harmful people all together so we can generate more good however it may come (it game in beta male form.) Which then lead to the power/greatness talk. Be responsible/great or "good" and avoid being "powerful" just to be a tyrant/"harmful." *edit* all I said is true if we can prove when "alpha males" became [too harmful : not enough good]. *2nd edit* in 2007 michael cera was in the released movie called Superbad which is about partying alcohol and sex. Also in 2007 Nancy Pelosi became the first female Speaker of the House. Also the first iPhone was released in 2007. So its got to be one of these three. If not... then I gotta go back to that 2007 wikipedia page which I'm not going to do.

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  • Jordan is hilarious. He’ll talk to anyone about anything.

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  • GOLD

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  • Beta males are easier to control maybe? They are Malleable?

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  • Why is everyone so obsessed with being an "alpha"? that shit isn't even real,you can't define a person just by a stupid tag. Go live your own life,be yourself.

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  • *doc emmett brown*

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  • Hollywood is corrupt. They're intentionally casting beta males as the "desirable" man in movies because they know it'll create unhappiness for both men and women if they're tricked into thinking that's "attractive" for men to be that way. Lucifer at work.

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  • Nelson Mandela is an example of a man, in history, who had power and did the right thing with it. All other African revolutionaries became kings and ruled until they died or fell to a another revolution. Nelson did 4 yrs and went home. When he died his family was fighting over a few 100 thousands.

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  • Beta males being pushed by encroaching communism to weaken the western Male for easy, gradual conquering.

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  • George Washington is an example of someone who used their ultimate power for good

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  • Jesus fuck, the patience, the attentiveness of Jordan when Andrew speaks is just ... perfect and alluring. You wouldn't see that in Leftists activists/leaders, I admit they are powerful with their words, but they are not great, they use emotions for speeches, Jordan uses pure facts. Leftism is powerful, not great, but JP is both powerful and great.

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  • I loved the car piece 😂 But for me it’s more towards the beta talking point. It’s like everywhere is a Ford Focus, but your hunting that Chevy suburban. You get a Ford Focus and hope for that happy accident😂 and cash in the life insurance money 💰

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  • Andrew- "Can you think of any example in history of people properly using power?" You wouldn't be here if there wasn't..

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  • If you watch videos like this and remember the good old days, you're already past them. You didn't notice the golf shots you could take, the rock walls you could climb, the trails you could have hiked, the houses you could have built, the programs you could have developed, the anything interest, to develop, which would make you interesting. Not these top down archetypal good old days bull shit hypotheticals about what a person should or has to be. Die Hard was good because it had a good writer and a peak Bruce Willis. Watch the rest of them, they suck. You want some moronic macho shit, Netflix has got that for you too, probably hours of it, but the writing's shit because no one is interested in something solved. People who write and create want to explore new and interesting subjects, or at times return and give a new take on them. It is so very, very dumb, to tell a person they can live how they want but are, or that life should be, or was, better a certain way. People get smarter every second, life is constantly evolving. Get with it or ride the wave. Don't stand in the way of progress because it makes you feel awkward. Yah dumb fucks.

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  • The premise that "Beta Males Became Movie Stars" is just patently false. Like everything Jordan Peterson says - it is always half of a truth and cherry-picked to suit a constructed narrative. Jack Reacher (Tom Cruise) Batman (Affleck, Bale) Taken (Liam Neeson) 300 (Michael Fassbender) James Bond (Daniel Craig) Fast and Furious (Vin Diesel, Jason Statham, Dwayne Johnson) .... the list goes on.....

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  • The man was offended off the bat lmao Chill bro, nobody was questioning how far left it swings 😂

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  • “You wanna be lead by someone who isn’t great” wanting to be lead at all is such a beta thing to think there Jordan.

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    • He said you WANT to be lead by someone who IS great.

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  • There's obviously a massive shortage of action movie stars and ridiculously overblown bravado in the world. It's really weird that every woman doesn't want an ex-football player chad who is destined to become a fast-talking real estate agent or insurance salesman. I think Andrew missed the entire part of his childhood entertainment where underconfident "betas" overcame the bullying "alphas" (a theme so ubiquitous it's hard to think of a more cliché trope). The Neverending Story, The Karate Kid, Revenge of the Nerds, Back to the Future, A Christmas Story, Spiderman, Superman, The Hulk and on, and on and on. The reason this is such a popular theme is that the majority of people hate loud, obnoxious, overconfident, mindless, aggressive people who bully and belittle normal, everyday, unassuming, ordinary, sensitive nice people. The majority of people want to see "betas" stand up to "alphas" because they hate bullies, having been bullied themselves at some point in time. Believing in the concept of rightful "alpha dominance" is "popular group" high schooler mentality that sometimes carries over into early adulthood and, unfortunately, sticks with some for their whole lives.

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    • @vipertact that is exactly right and research confirms the ideal man in the eyes of the majority of women is the sensitive yet confident man.

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    • The middle road is the right road. There's gotta be a middle ground between Chad and Imp.

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  • The power conversation should be investigated without the fear of making an obvious point. Power is what is brought into your house by consuming fuel. Make the dinstinction. I think there is a very clear tell in the way the conversation about beta males became a conversation about power. Weakness is powerlessness. Powerlessness is futility, nihilism, despair. And powerlessness is the fuel for pathology. If you want to justify a terrible act you camouflage it in injustice. White people specifically have an aversion to feeling powerful. There is something trained here, and im not sure if its a benifit. I think our stories have mixed signals about power. Superheroes often have superPOWERS that make it possible to save people. Alternatively Frodo Baggins has to destroy the Ring of Power. Technically the latter is a more sophistcated idea and is more about moral virtue than primal force and instinct. and it takes a special, harmless hobbit to sneak through the games of power, to win the game within the game. Capturing the snitch, as it were. In real life, a firearm is often referred to as firePOWER. If you are with you girlfriend in the park one evening, and in the event, a group of men beginning mugging and beating you up, and start raping your screaming/crying girlfriend right before your eyes. Your adherence to being a pacified, subservient specimen of a cruel feminist-paradigm results in Trauma. And that trauma is like a lifelong cancer that eats your time and emotional stability. alternatively, The equalizing power of a firearm creates a dynamic differential to the standard of equality. usually you are outnumbered and the POWER IN NUMBERS overwhelms the single defender. This aversion to power is, imo, a clue. a thread that leads to the heart of our POWER OF WORDS, silence = violence, N-Word double standard, Power is often encouraged in women and minorities and actively discouraged in a certain portion of the population. And as Jordan pointed out, making someone less powerful, otherwise making them victims, and makes them MORE DANGEROUS. Power is just one of these deep concepts like Willpower, or Freedom, Truth, by which niether are self-evidently understood. We are still undergoing a debate about freewill and perception of reality that makes concepts like freedom and slavery uncertain.

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  • 👏

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  • Its like the difference between Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos, Musk is just doing his thing and what he feels will benefit the world, Bezos simply wants more power/ control.

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  • People are scared of reality and feeling things. Bring formidable makes people feel fear and envy and that reminds them of their reality. So they try to make people become weak and harmless so everyone temporarily feels better.

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  • Fat men in skinny jeans & Socialism, both sound ok in theory, but once seen in practice both are clearly horrific mistakes.

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  • I Ironically love this mashup.

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  • Greatness turns to power and many times that power from greatness is abused.

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  • So many organizations are anti family these days. Plus you have so many single mothers. No man in the home. Specifically many but not all Women raise their children like this when there is no masculine father figure. They don’t date these type of men but they raise them. Do as I say not as I do.

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  • 1:30-1:38 I get Andrew's idea of us being biologically made to like something, but tbh, I think the industry's trying to normalize the idea that there's more guys out there rather than the "Macho overly testosterone" type of guys that's only been perceived since the 40's I did an English essay about it last year and even about how there was even stereotypes that people are they're trying to kill in the movie industry such as racial stereotypes portrait in the movies though in this case, some girls like chubby guys some girls like skinny guys some like not too extroverted in the spotlight guys and etc Though, I think women were more "biologically" interested in the macho masculine busy douche guys (girls I met like guys that are a bit of dicks idk why) I think because they were predisposed to that in the 50's where men would be dicks an only display things as sports, cars and bad guys in the movies back then, all of that was the thing back then, so it might that they have it ingrain for it was "modernized" and a common aspect of a "man's definition". but things changed now, just like the height of men, and long hair the definition of a man back then is different to what it is now, it's not as strict, but it is bit flexible men's heights back then was around 5'8 & men with long hair were considered gay, and men's LOW voices weren't considered masculine but rather "attractive" now it's gone up with what society perceives men to be the "average" man as 6'0 especially with women's interests are now sometimes about height too and men in the NFL and Music industry have long hair, such as straight or dreads or whatever, so does that make them feminine? or what then? And I believe with women using the phrase "this is a man's..." for anything adds more and more to the checklist of what may be perceived to be "masculine" rather than just an "attractive attribute that the person may carry" and not specifically associated with men, because in that case, black women are masculine because I usually meet more of them with lower mellow voices than others. so it's wonky af for me it only goes as far as I like girls within the "similar biological interests" because I'm a guy and we're genetically usually supposed to be heterosexual to help repopulate. It's in our DNA I guess. After that, my type hits out of the ball park for my "interest" in women is tall girls built like a tank (Goruda girls from Zelda if that helps) I actually hate the stereotypical damsel in distress women that only has us men do the dominant things because I'm trying to have a backup against an armed robber or something bro.. be viable and not a deer in the headlights towards everything is what I think. weak girls are a turn off because I can do everything else on my own (cook, beat my meat if they be petty, make my own money, etc.) after that, a woman is useless nowadays if all they have to offer is coochie and simple human survival skills I like a balance of competence and strength. A person that don't take sh*t from anyone I consider that greatness, maybe because I see that personality trait less than I wish I did like even mechanic girls I hate being the only dominant one in a relationship always making decisions and whatnot for everything. but ya, just my thought on that spot, not trying to be a loony or anything, but it's just a theory.

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  • Andrew Shultz obviously respect JP as he let him speak and didn't just crack jokes. Unearned Power for powers sake is dangerous and corrupting. Power given to the skilled and capable people is exactly where it should be.

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  • this is absurd lmao as if everyone in hollywood isnt attractive as fuck and getting way more pussy than you, what exactly makes them "beta"?

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  • That's way west are consuming eastern entertainment more and more.

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  • Idk this guy but he is a good interviewer.

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  • I'm simple...i see Jordan... I click. I watch. I learn.

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  • To say that there is no meritocracy would be foolish. I believe that Peterson doesn't give enough credit to the power of sycophancy. Maybe I'm wrong. Or should we consider its effective application to be greatness? In any case, it's nice to see a superior intellect applied to provide the world with such good comedy.

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  • 5:45 "how do we discern people mimicking greatness for power versus greatness?" ask what have they accomplished or done leading up to their 'auditioning' for the next role? either inside government or outside? great as... real estate developer? software mogul? pro sports athlete? even simply a great parent? OR someone who is just a pretty face 'influencer'? someone who has done nothing but politics since their early twenties? automatic disqualfier in my view: someone who everybody just LOVES and sees no wrong with. everybody has weak spots or failures. the ones who don't seem to? RUN the other direction when chicks start fainting at their rallies.

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  • Damn I’m Hella late to this lmao my favorite psychologist and comedian together

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  • What is funny is that, forgive the language, but women don't want to fuck 'harmless'. They just like to promote it and then whine about weak men.

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  • Kudos to JP for going out of his way to engage in a conversation with a layman. Getting to new audiences, influencing culture 👏🏽

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  • I know Jordan, but this young dude I know not. He was great, totally ready to listen and engage. Fair play and bravo young man!!!

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    • He’s 37 still young but he’s getting there lol

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  • Lol, are they unaware of all the superhero franchises..... It's beta male central!

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  • Love your podcast 🤙🏽

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  • I'm just a woman from London who came across this and really appreciated the conversation.

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  • The loser who becomes the hero is a movie trope that has been going on for a long time

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  • Jordan is the beta Male out there. The bloke has never actually said anything of value

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  • You can tell that was quality teaching techniques. Time after time, Dr. Peterson continues along the line of reasoning Schulz starts on; the Dr. digs deeper. They bounce the intellectual ping pong ball back and forth. It was a pleasure to watch.

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  • There are still actors that play the cool action heroes till this day so I am not sure what he means when he says Bruce Willis is still the only one saving the day today. There is Daniel Craig, there is Vin Deisel, There is Jason Statham. The list can go on. There are differnt kinds of dudes all over the world in all kinds of professions and the field of acting is no different. Each one has their own strength. There are those who can play the action hero and those who can dive into more dramatic roles and those who can dive into the comedic roles.Take for example, Tom Hanks this guy is a great actor and he holds power. Why? Because he is a great actor but is also a generous colleague he is not a person who is difficult to work with and allows other colleagues to shine in the film's. He is successful in his profession despite not being the typical hollywood leading man(meaning he is no Brad Pitt, no George Clooney nor Bruce WIllis).No one has ever talked bad about him, at least not that I know of. He is a different kind of dude, a differnt kind of person, with a different strength in acting. I dont think the "beta male" has taken over hollywood. The highest grossing movies in hollywood, by which I am referring to Marvel movies, consist of strong Male super heroes and females, as well, who are out to save the day. There is room for everyone in the business whether you personify the stereotypical "alpha Male" or not. Anyway,just my opinion. Great conversation I enjoyed his differentiation between "power" and "greatness"!🙂

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  • JP had Schulzy SHOOK lmao

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  • I am glad you did this talk....gor sure

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  • There are not many real men under 50 anymore

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  • I was hoping they were going to shit on Michael Cera more.

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  • Ole J.P needs to grow that facial hair back out. Looked a lot better.

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  • Wasn't just Bruce Willis; folks done forgot about Denzel in essentially ALL of his roles.

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  • JP is a great Canadian. We need more like him.

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  • Healthy and awesome dialogue 😊

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  • Women are attracted to intelligence and talent. This has always been the case. Think of all the band nerds turned rock stars etc...also nerdy is cool. That’s just a thing and it always has been.

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  • What’s wrong with “beta males”?

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  • Beta males always click their fingers like that;-)

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  • So do we have powerful Presidents who are not great? This guy Peterson has me thinking!

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  • The worst part is that people are being smother to death under the banner of care. When you extinguish peoples ability to give feedback and correct each other, lovingly, then what you are left with are lonely depressed people that dont know what they are doing wrong and are screaming for purpose in their lives. From personal experience, I litterally started to pick people apart simply because I wanted them to do the same to me. Only result was that I got even more ignored and socially isolated, which in turn brought with it so many more problems ... just because some neighbor, colleague or friend didnt want to "hurt my feelings".

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  • he made Jordan Peterson laugh, God bless his soul.

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  • I blame emo music.

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  • JP is intelligent af.

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  • Because absolute power corrupts absolutely masculinity is now seen as corruption on subconscious level

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    • But masculinity isn’t absolute or maybe I don’t understand what your saying

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    • Great fucking point

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  • Jordan is from another galaxy, just thinks in so many layers and dimensions, I see this with everyone he talks to, never regurgitates the same talking points, a vast lexicon, always enjoy his analysis,

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  • “Good got to be synonymous with harmless” damn

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  • Andrew Schulz is the best.

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  • All the greats triumphed over adversity, not conqured through diversity.

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  • But whats wrong now a days is, lets say a hunting party must rely on stealth, sticking to the plan, not arguing with the party leader, but also being adaptable if things dont go as planned. Each party member has proven themselves on previous excursions. But NOW, they want inclusion. What if somebody is incompetent, noisy, and smells? That will be catostrophic for the tribe because then they go hungry because duffus over here wouldnt avoid sticks, and kept alerting the prey. He isnt good enough to go with the hunting party. He proved that. We wont take him again. Well you have to. This is my analogy for what these sjws are pushing and we as the tribe must no longer allow it. Otherwise we are the beta males. There is a war on masculinity and we are on the frontlines. Thing is if we work together, we WILL win this war. Just throwing it out there.

    Serge GlazunovSerge Glazunov6 dagar sedan
  • This is why I limed a crappy k ockoff of the karate kid: Knkckout starring the rock. It's about a beta male teenager learning to be a little bit less beta. Only thing I hated was him giving up his glasses, because that isn't realistic.

    water dogwater dog6 dagar sedan
  • Wait. Are these two supposed to represent "alphas"? Baaawhhh🤣

    Sondra HSondra H6 dagar sedan
  • The fact that we're not looking at is the fact that women are more attracted to beta mills because they are safer. Too many women are growing up in houses without any competent males and they grow up not understanding the complex nature of males. So the ones they look for are the alpha males that are negative because that's the only male role model they've ever known. That's why this cycle of females picking poor males is continuing and growing and part of that is because too many times their fathers aren't particularly great people. A trend I'm no noticing as a teacher is the fact that a large number of stepfathers are getting to be the adopted father of young girls more than young males

    jim evertjim evert6 dagar sedan