Have you swallowed the Jewpill and started saying "I'm doing well" when asked how you are? Maybe you've heard them say "superman does good; you do well"? Well fucking kys, because you don't have to.
It's fine to say it, and you're the only people who I think might be open to why they're trying to erase it from the vernacular.
It's not because they care about being correct, no: It's partly because they want everyone to play the Game of Better and Lesser, and partly because they do not want a world in which the common man trusts his own sense of what is good and what is bad.
Good and bad is not right and wrong, nor is it healthy or unhealthy (well and unwell are synonymous with this): It is an expressed measure of the sum total of a person's practical knowledge of what is beneficial to a society and what is not. That, is the measure of goodness and badness.
It is seeing that harming women is degenerative. It is seeing that anti-social minorities are degenerative. It is seeing that social minorities are generative. It is seeing that living for others is generative. It is, in our time, seeing that living to exterminate evil is good, and sometimes necessary.
We can feel this things to be true. As a great man once penned, we take these truths to be self-evident.
Stop this infantile, fearful trend of saying "I am doing well", simply so that you are not left out of the Club of Betters. Take a bit of time to educate yourself on the grammar involved and then say with confidence "I am doing good". Let this be another way by which we know each other.
I know that I am not your usual type of voice here. I know that I sound "prim and proper", and I haven't used a pejorative once. I know these things, but I am one of you, I swear it. I have lurked, sometimes posting, and you may remember me as the man who linked the concept of mythological Vampirism to Jews, using Browning's "Porphyria's Lover".