Present Factoids That Counter Thesis

I know I told you I’m not going to give you another book update, but I lied.

I have edited 142 of 193 pages. Once this is in book format, I’m guessing it will be around 125 pages. Here is how the chapters are looking:

Introduction 1
Pre-game 5
Internal Game 7
Early Game 19
Middle Game 104
Late Game 142
End Game 168
Appendix 171

If you are wondering why early game is so big, I’m going to guess you are a girl. Early game is, by far, the hardest part of game. The next two weeks may be slow as I wrap up the editing process.

Today is my last day of work (for a long time, I hope). In the next week or so I’m going to talk about what I will be doing for the next year or two, why I’m doing it, and what I had to do to get here.

Some site news: I’m rolling in advertisements, similar to what you see on DCB (example page). I’ll try not to make them too annoying. There are also text link ads on the right which have been up for a month now.

I leave you with this graphic. It shows the life cycle of comments to a typical blog post.

Comment no. 5: Devolve into irrelevant threads
Comment no. 9: Impugn character of thesis author

I always find it interesting how just one comment can hijack a thread and take it down a strange path.

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Land-Man
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How do I pick-up a female personal-trainer at Golds? Good intro line?

ribald
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bon chance, mon ami. i give you credit in the biggest sense that it always takes balls to shake up your life routine once you get settled in, particularly once you’re in the career world. good luck!!

Phil
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Do you know who had solid game?

Abraham Lincoln.

cob
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A lot of academic polisci nerds thing Lincoln was actually gay. NPR has even done a show on it.

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I’m a girl & I never wondered why the early game would take so many pages. That’s the most important part!

Good for you actually getting started on your book. Do you have a publisher or anything or are you funding this all yourself?

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what’s really ironic about early game taking up the largest section is that the time it takes for a girl to be attracted to a guy is almost as short as the reverse. mere seconds, before he even opens his mouth. it’s all body language in the beginning.
of course, early game is so complex for the guy because, unlike the ease with which an attractive girl can bed a guy no matter how many stupid things she says, a guy gaming a girl has to go through a sequence of events to cement her initial impression of him. fail at any point in the pickup and she’ll re-evaluate your fuck worthiness.

guys don’t do this sort of re-evaluating process. at least, not at first, when we’re just interested in getting her legs open. things change later to the guy’s favor when she tries to snare him into a deeper commitment. *then* he re-evaluates.

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Oh, come one, Cob.

Lincoln was 100% hetero – proved the time he blew a load in Annie Oakley’s face with hundreds of onlookers behind the tent of one of her “shows”.

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Early game was the hardest for me to get over… after that though…. watch out.

But then I usully burnout early

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[impugns character of anyone who even considered agreeing]

Phil
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Now let’s hold on right there, gn.

Did you ever consider that Roosh could be right about all this, and that the book may very well be only 125 pages?

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Good lookin out on building the early game section.

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If the book is 125 pages, doesn’t that mean it ends halfway through middle game? Is that where the fat friend comes back from the dance floor?

In the interest of hijacking, this thread is now all about Skittles.

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Well my attempt to hijack and derail this thread didn’t work. I expected to come back and see 30+ comments arguing. Who would have thought a bunch of east coastie DC’ers wouldn’t jump all over a controversial comment about a president?

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The problem, cob, is you are talking to left-wing liberals. They are fine with the idea of Lincoln being gay (which he is not) – perhaps if you said something like “Lincoln own a waist-coat manufacturing facility and employed many children, and died a billionaire” that would have gotten them riled up (true fact, by the way).

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Sorry Cob its just that Lincoln being gay is quite possibly true and nobody really has an issue with being gay, unless we’re trying to start a war and divert the publics attention from other relevant issues that we plan to either ignore or exploit. Try something along the lines of Bush is a great or Imus is getting hosed or even Rosie O’Donnell is sexy, those will all inspire debate

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::shrug:: You’re Americans, so to the rest of the world it seems you all get far too riled up so easily over stupid isues (Superbowl malfunctions anyone? Gavin Newsom’s 2004 year?). Didn’t think I needed to, but guess I should have tried a little harder to derail things wink

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Actually it’s because the ‘Abe Lincoln was a back door man’ meme has popped up on four or five threads here already. I think Phil’s got some unwholesome tall hat fetish going.

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You respect the man’s sexual exploits just as much as I do, Jewcano.

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Game is very similar to selling insurance.