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  1. 1. First of all, I said "singhs who lead a decent lifestyle." A "singh" who commits domestic violence (or is abusive in any other way) does not lead a decent lifestyle. 2. I was commenting on someone else's comment where they wondered why women marry men in the entertainment industry who are known to be unfaithful. If you are so triggered by me using "singhs who lead a decent lifestyle" as a contrast to such men, then please just accept the following more general point: human being have a tendency to be attracted to power/money/fame/glamour/physical attraction and value those things over
  2. They would much rather marry monay who engage in such activities than singhs who lead a decent lifestyle.
  3. Surely there is a better way to make a living than getting hit in the head over and over again. I wish this guy luck, but it is unfortunate that he chose this career path.
  4. I have tried to refrain from commenting on this, but I have noticed these peculiarities in most posts on these forums over the years. So what is the explanation? Is it due to a different pronunciation in the Doabi dialect that most of you speak (I know most of you have roots in the Doaba region)?
  5. Let them be happy and live their lives. I support that. However, I do not support them getting an anand karaj.
  6. I have always been curious about this. Maybe some of you on these forums can help me out. When you made the decision to starting wearing a dastar, who did you learn from? Did you learn from friends who were older? The granthis from the gurdwara? From relatives during a visit to India? I had it easy: my dad taught me when I was a kid. But I know most of you had fathers and grandfathers who didn't wear dastars. I must say, I really admire you guys. When I was growing up in America, it was extremely rare for a man to wear a dastar if his father didn't, but I h
  7. Yes, and the majority of people who tortured and killed the rural Sikh youth who rebelled in the 1980s were ... rural Sikhs
  8. Don't give them too much credit. The protests going on now have nothing to do with Sikhi. They are protesting for their economic livelihood. Don't get me wrong, I am on their side and I think that they are in the right. But at the end of the day, it still all comes back to their self-interest. Do you think you would see a similar mobilization these days around Sikh-related issues? I doubt it.
  9. Don't forget monay getting detailed tattoos of Sant Bhindranwale and Baba Deep Singh
  10. What is with the Kenyan Jat community in the UK? I have noticed that they display many of the same traits that people on here attribute to Kenyan Ramgharias. It's off-putting how they think they are somehow better than Sikhs whose parents came straight from India.
  11. You speak of California as if it is a tiny place and as if what is going on in the Bay area is also what is going on in my neck of the woods. California alone has a larger population than all of Canada.
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