Archive for April, 2008

Commenter Contest and More Misc. Stuff

Tweet I ended up with an extra, brand-new copy of this book, Predictably Irrational: The Hidden Forces That Shape Our Decisions by Dan Ariely. This is how Publisher’s Weekly describes the book: Irrational behavior is a part of human nature, but as MIT professor Ariely has discovered in 20 years of researching behavioral economics, people [...]

Radical Honesty

Tweet I rarely write about a book before reading it, but the premise of this one seemed so interesting I couldn’t resist. I bought the book Radical Honesty, The New Revised Edition: How to Transform Your Life by Telling the Truth by Brad Blanton because the premise of it seemed so challenging: brutal honesty all [...]

Dogs Just Don’t Get Physics

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A Hot Mess

Tweet I’m a master of snap judgments. Looking at this couple, a few words spring to mind. For him, I picture a life of being whipped, emasculated and eventually miserable. She, on the other hand, screams narcissism, entitlement and self-absorption. That poor man. The article describes her as Chidi Ogbuta of Allen, TX but doesn’t [...]

Comment of the Month

Tweet From Angelo De La Vega in response to the post Some Things You Cannot Explain: Guidos and Nazis are just about the worst examples of humanity. I will, however, give the Guido some credit for a stream lined approach to women: cockiness, cocktails, and cocaine. These precious commodities assist trashy whores in easing the [...]

Wanna Get Depressed?

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The Perfect Woman: A How-To Guide

Tweet First off, a little mood music: ((“Wonderwall” by Ryan Adams)) Musclebound pervert/comedic blogging genius VK came up with an awesome idea for a theme week of blog posts featuring posts from Roissy, VK, DC Hero, Roosh and yours truly. The theme is Perfect Woman Week. Roissy kicked it off Monday and killed it on [...]

The Compliance Recipe, Part 3: Intermittent Rewards

Tweet This one is long, but if I may toot my own horn, it’s so damn good and important that I suggest you take the time and read it all. This is the final part of a 3-part series. Part 1 is here. And here’s part 2. This series has been all about compliance, or [...]