Tuesday, June 7, 2016

World Warrior Podcast 5 - Part 1 - The American "Euro-Jaunter"

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KoJqTRmnSwk

Going to take a different approach with this episode. Instead of releasing it all once, I'll release it in smaller and more easily digestible chunks. The above chunk is about fifteen minutes.

Second, I'll take this opportunity to test if folks still want show notes, by not doing them for this one, for now.

Finally, in case you're wondering why I didn't embed the video above, it's because too many embedded video links on a single page can slow down the loading of that page.

As always, constructive feedback and comments are appreciated!

Sunday, May 29, 2016

World Warrior Podcast 4 - Minsk, Belarus

"Hey! It's not Monday! You can't release another episode!"

Yes I can. Link with show notes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GclQ-CuN...3zojMs1jcI

Thanks to Traktor for joining me from Minsk. And thanks to you for listening or reading.

Note: My attempt to upload the pod cast to SoundCloud failed. Apparently, even if you delete your old material, they still count it against your three-hour free account limit. So, no more SoundCloud. If you know a free alternative, let me know.

As always, constructive comments and feedback are appreciated!

World Warrior Podcast 3 - Curitiba, Brazil

Thanks to forum member Brosemite for joining me this time.

YouTube playlist link with show notes for quick reading: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9DB9Ud4p...B0h4VaoLU6

As always, constructive comments and feedback are appreciated!

Monday, May 9, 2016

World Warrior Podcast 2 - Nick

Thanks to Nick of http://www.patientambition.com for joining me, and to RvF forum member NomadofEU for joining me again!

YouTube playlist link with show notes for quick reading: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4qA-4TT45TA&list=PLAlUkM96CigqUr7K-ui5vW1IkoMmndQ9Z

SoundCloud playlist link (no show notes): https://soundcloud.com/262-a/sets/world-warrior-podcast-2-nick

Friday, March 11, 2016

Winter and/or Bad Weather: Not an Excuse Not to Daygame (And I'm Guilty)

Heartbreaking news.

I didn't daygame from November through February. My rationalizations:

1) I was getting into an LTR.
2) It's cold and dark outside.
3) Most girls are hibernating with their boyfriends.
4) Most girls have exams, and/or go somewhere for the holidays.
5) Guys should take breaks the Game.

In retrospect, the above were just excuses. No, I'm still with the LTR, so that's not what's prompting that. But let's take apart the above:

1) An LTR is no reason to stop approaching. That doesn't mean you have to cheat though, if you choose for yourself not to. Instead, you can do what Krauser describes as Long Game (http://krauserpua.com/2010/11/18/long-game/), but with the twist of keeping the girls in orbit in case your LTR ceases, rather than the girls' LTRs. This strategy also ensures that you at least maintain your daygaming skills, while additionally helping you with your abundance mentality within your LTR.

2) Cold and dark outside? Go to a grocery store. Preferably, that's one that girls go to, and one that is more isolating to conversation - large floor plan, tall aisles, and not too busy.

I suggest you prefer these grocery stores to malls, since malls - especially high-end ones in the West, or regular ones outside the West - tend to attract girls that are older, and/or in a relationship.

3) No denying that girls hibernate during the winter with their boyfriends. But, the flip side of that exists: the few girls who DO break up during winter may lower their standards, to get back into a cozy hibernation. On the whole, still worse than spring or fall, but not impossible.

4) Same as 3, essentially. The few girls who aren't as busy with exams or holidays will be more lonely.

5) Guys should take breaks from mindlessly pursuing the Game, but they should not let their skills completely wither away. The key is to find your own base level of approaching that maintains a comfortable skill set.

So, get out there and keep daygaming. Winter is no excuse.

Sunday, February 14, 2016

The State of Valentine's Day in the US?

A US organization I used to volunteer with just me an e-mail for Valentine's Day weekend, asking me to volunteer (including Sunday). They've never asked before.

What this organization basically does is provide drunk people with rides home at night. So apparently they're expecting a lot of drunk people on Valentine's Day weekend in the US.

I doubt most people in a healthy relationship get so drunk that they need the service.

Sunday, January 17, 2016

Why Women Like Drama

From commenter YaReally at TheRationalMale.com:

"Personally I think that in the old days a chick had a baby at an early enough age to fulfill her need for crazy emotional impact drama to keep her happy and not craving it, but these days since they don’t want kids till they’re 30+ they fill that voice with the cock carousel, cats, Eat Pray Love adventures, hundreds of hours of Netflix (shows/movies full of emotional ups and downs), fucking guys like me, etc."

Source: http://therationalmale.com/2016/01/14/women-improving-men/

Now it makes sense why women need some drama! It's part of their desire for children!

Sunday, January 10, 2016

A Great Comment by Rollo Tomassi on His Blog


Lets just say I do recognize a distinct parallel between the French women who gave it up to Nazi occupiers and what’s currently happening with their ‘migrant’ crisis.

But as I’ve stated countless times, Hypergamy is pragmatic. All you’re seeing is the same survival-evolved War Brides dynamic I’ve been writing about for 10 years now:



two books by John Costello; ‘Virtue Under Fire’ and ‘Love, Sex, and War’ in which all too much of the above female psychology manifested itself;

“Of the 5.3 million British infants delivered between 1939 and 1945, over a third were illegitimate – and this wartime phenomenon was not confined to any one section of society. The babies that were born out-of-wedlock belonged to every age group of mother, concluded one social researcher:

Some were adolescent girls who had drifted away from homes which offered neither guidance nor warmth and security. Still others were women with husbands on war service, who had been unable to bear the loneliness of separation. There were decent and serious, superficial and flighty, irresponsible and incorrigible girls among them. There were some who had formed serious attachments and hoped to marry. There were others who had a single lapse, often under the influence of drink. There were, too, the ‘good-time girls’ who thrived on the presence of well-paid servicemen from overseas, and semi-prostitutes with little moral restraint. But for the war many of these girls, whatever their type, would never have had illegitimate children. (pp. 276-277)”

Remember that Hypergamy is rooted in survival-level doubt. Women who chose to breed with, and form convenient emotional connections with, a conquering force were selected-for and lived to pass on their DNA.

The trick of course is having the prescience to side (breed with) with the winning force, and that’s where Hypergamous doubt can be debilitating for women. Hypergamy doesn’t care about nationalism, patriotism or even long term fidelity to the men who might fail in defending a woman from that invading force. (Emphasis mine)

In terms of a woman’s genetic interests, all of those are handicaps.

Sunday, January 3, 2016

Don't Worry If You Don't Know What You'll Do When You Retire

Are you working a regular, 9 to 5 job? How much free time do you have?

Probably not enough.

And definitely not enough to stop and consider what you really want out of life.

That's a revelation I had when I had to answer the same question anyone who retires early gets - "what are you doing with all that free time?"

Solidifying what I want out of life.

Now I know what you're thinking. "But you can do that while you're working too. It doesn't take that much time."

Except I've been there. I've worked a full-time job, ran Game like a part-time job, lifted, ran my errands, and hung out with my friends, leading quite the busy life. There just isn't enough downtime in that to force you to question your existence.

So, don't worry if you don't know what you'll do when you retire. You'll have plenty of time to think about it.