In this travelogue, I share scenes from coastal California and Los Angeles.
Tickets for Miami, Orlando, Atlanta, Nashville, and Charlotte are now on sale at early-bird pricing until September 25. To grab your ticket, click here to visit Roosh Live, scroll down to your preferred city, and click the Buy button. Tickets are also still available for San Diego, Phoenix, Dallas, Austin, and Houston.
I’ve now completed thirteen events and will soon approach the home stretch. Here is some feedback I received from the previous events:
A “peak-experience” event Roosh. I fully appreciated your outstanding insight and wry humor. I have to express my appreciation. You slave away at your computer conducting research and crafting shows and all I do is passively absorb your output through my earbuds at the gym or my iPad in the kitchen. I hope you will not always denigrate your writing as “the sin of pride” as you did to E. Michael Jones this spring (when you were lain pretty low.) Your writing is genuinely good. Even the sordid “Poosy Paradise” had its positive side: it was a study of the work ethic. I hope you will come to think of the regrettable early activities as ones that gave sideways birth to a real calling. It’s like what EMJ says about God’s providence: the bad often gives birth to the good.
You must have had a cast-iron bladder. You did not budge from that room for more than six hours. You don’t have to be superhuman! Please feel free to announce a ten-minute break somewhere in the middle.
Your talk was very thoughtful. I was surprised to see women in the audience and although they did not ask questions it seemed to me they were fairly engaged in the conversation and you kept eye contact with them always with great sense of humor. I like the language you used; clean and clear slow speaking (as is your usual personality) and without beating around the bush choosing words too much. Direct. To be fair knowing your work for a long time (7 years) I was not surprised which is a compliment. I got to see Roosh Live. Thank you so much for taking on this tour and bringing your message out to “real life”. It is so important for us to be able to connect in person and be able to talk about topics which are so taboo that even our families will not touch with a 10 foot pole. I woke up this morning (Monday) two days after the event with a sense of calmness and serenity that I can only attribute to being able to reconcile a side of myself that was in the shadows.
I wish there was a slide or a presentation. There was nothing visual. Most men are pretty visual and most people coming will be men. The story was great though.
Please note that I have changed times and all dates from the original tour announcement! Also, I’ve renamed the Happy Hour to Meet & Greet, since it does not take place in a bar, though you are free to purchase alcoholic beverages in the hotel bar and bring it to the conference room. Here is the schedule for the new cities:
Talk + Meet & Greet: October 26 @ 4 p.m.
Dinner: October 25 @ 7 p.m.
Talk + Meet & Greet: November 2 @ 4 p.m.
Dinner: November 1 @ 7 p.m.
Talk + Meet & Greet: November 9 @ 4 p.m.
Dinner: November 8 @ 7 p.m.
Talk + Meet & Greet: November 16 @ 4 p.m.
Dinner: November 15 @ 7 p.m.
CHARLOTTE, NC (Final tour event)
Talk + Meet & Greet: November 23 @ 4 p.m.
Dinner: November 22 @ 7 p.m.
This early-bird sale ends on September 25. If you have any questions, leave a comment below.
In this travelogue, I share scenes from Oregon and Northern California before arriving to San Francisco.
In this travelogue, I share scenes from Washington and Oregon.
In this travelogue, I share scenes from Wyoming, Montana, and Washington.
In this travelogue, I share scenes from Rocky Mountain National Park (Colorado), Hanging Lake (Glenwood Springs, Colorado), Salt Lake City (Utah), and many more.
Previously: Babylon Road #8 – Badlands, Deadwood, Denver
In this travelogue, I share scenes from Badlands National Park, Deadwood (South Dakota), Black Hills National Park, Denver, and many more.
In this travelogue, I share scenes from Wisconson, Minneapolis (Minnesota), and many more.
In this travelogue, I share scenes from Cicero (Indiana), South Bend (Indiana), University of Notre Dame, Chicago, and many more.
I had the privilege of meeting Dr. E. Michael Jones in his hometown of South Bend, Indiana. In this interview, I asked him questions about religion, American culture, and politics.
Listen to it in podcast format or download the MP3:
Previously: Roosh Hour #38: Holy Water
In this travelogue, I share scenes from Clifton Forge (Virginia), Holy Cross Monastery in West Virginia, Columbus (Ohio), and a lot more.
Tickets for San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego, Phoenix, Dallas, Austin, and Houston are now on sale at early-bird pricing until August 1. To grab your ticket, click here to visit Roosh Live, scroll down to your preferred city, and click the Buy button. Tickets are also still available for Chicago, Minneapolis, Denver, Salt Lake City, Seattle, and Portland.
I’ve now completed five events without any disturbance. Here is some feedback I received from the previous events:
The speech was terrific. I have read a lot of your writing and didn’t feel that you were repeating yourself here. Even when you talked about things you had written about before you had new comments and insights. In dealing with the audience/attendees you were thoughtful personable and kind.
It was terrific meeting so many conservative leaning people who are also into your body of work. People have a lot in common and the energy was great even the two women at the event had good sense! There wasn’t any drama or excessive competition over the women attending everybody was there first for the event which was nice.
You gave me a lot to think about. Potentially life-changing. I want to do a better job of living up to my own values. I have already taken a few steps in that direction since last night.
Roosh is a gifted story teller and I thought most of his life lessons were very thought provoking. His experiences traveling told before a live audience do it more justice than articles or even a book can do.
The stories were excellent. And you gave personal attention to each attendant. The location was easy to drive to and parking was free. It was a little chilly in the room but no big deal. Great preparation overall.
Please note that I have changed times and all dates from the original tour announcement! Also, after Minneapolis, I’ve decided to commence the happy hour directly after the talk instead of placing it on a different day. Here is the schedule for the new cities:
Talk + Happy Hour: September 7 @ 4 p.m.
Dinner: September 6 @ 7 p.m.
Talk + Happy Hour: September 14 @ 4 p.m.
Dinner: September 13 @ 7 p.m.
Talk + Happy Hour: September 21 @ 4 p.m.
Dinner: September 20 @ 7 p.m.
Talk + Happy Hour: September 28 @ 4 p.m.
Dinner: September 27 @ 7 p.m.
Talk + Happy Hour: October 5 @ 4 p.m.
Dinner: October 4 @ 7 p.m.
Talk + Happy Hour: October 12 @ 4 p.m.
Dinner: October 11 @ 7 p.m.
Talk + Happy Hour: October 19 @ 4 p.m.
Dinner: October 18 @ 7 p.m.
This early-bird sale ends on August 1. If you have any questions, leave a comment below.
In this travelogue, I share scenes from Lancaster (PA), Havre de Grace (PA), Washington D.C., and a lot more.