Archives for January 2009
I answered a question on the forum, and thought that it would make an interesting article (skip forwards to the quote if you want.) It’s a fact that many of us have the opportunity to meet women while at work. Perhaps you are in the service sector, and attractive women are sometimes your customer. Or maybe you’re in a corporate office where there is a women that you’d like to meet. If you are holding yourself back in these situations then I’m guessing it’s not just due to a lack of flirtation skills, but also because of fears and concerns about what you think is acceptable behaviour in the work place.
In my corporate engineering career I often found myself in client offices with some absolutely beautiful women. I’m sure it comes as no surprise that they were rarely in the engineering department.. haha. At the time I had no idea how to approach them, I lacked confidence with women, and I also had all sorts of concerns floating around my head. I didn’t know if flirting or dating girls in the office would be frowned upon. I was worried about being accused of sexual harassment. I didn’t know what my boss or client supervisor would think. Looking back most of my concerns back then just seem laughable. It is possible however to make a stupid mistake in the workplace and then these can in fact become very real issues, so some discretion is [Read more…]
I consider the books listed here to be extremely important if you truly wish to have a better understanding of women, attraction, and relationships. The value of the knowledge contained within these pages I simply can’t stress enough, and of equal or greater importance to improving your “skills” with women.
Well if you want to learn how to meet women, more women, or just become a better seducer, then read these books. Just pick one for now, and make a commitment to read it.
These are a selection of the books from my own personal library, that I consider to have been fundamental in changing my perceptions about women, dating, and the art of attraction.
Do you want to improve your dating life?
Do you want more beautiful women in your life?
Do you wish to be a better seducer?
Do you want to learn how to pick up women?
..then start reading one of these books THIS WEEK! [Read more…]
I don’t actually watch television in the traditional sense. About 5 months ago I came to the realisation that paying over $100 per month just to waste hours of my life watching TV was stupid. I cancelled my cable television all together, and don’t miss it. Now I have a spare laptop running windows (yeah so it’s obsolete, right?) hooked up to my widescreen telly and surround sound system. I watch free television shows streamed over my wifi from hulu.com, and occasionally rent or buy a movie or show on iTunes, where incidentally you can watch my videos for free also. This meets all my viewing needs, costs very little, and is amazingly DVD quality.
Flash forward to tonight, where I was enjoying this documentary on hulu when.. BANG!.. FLASH OF LIGHT.. picture goes blank, and there is a smell of burnt electronics in the air. Great, the Samsung HPT4254 42″ plasma screen was purchased for about $1,250 out the door 1 1/2 years ago. No service plan and out of warranty. That sucks. Possibly a sign from God that I should stop wasting time, and be more productive.
I don’t believe in God though.. hmmm.. all the more reason perhaps why the entity I don’t believe in, most often referred to as God, would punish me in this cruel fashion. Funnily enough for any techies out there Robert Scoble actually sent me a direct message on Twitter last night! It was in reply to a reply I made to one of his tweets. He said that he had been hanging out with (and was now chatting with on Twitter) MC Hammer and @god, having met them both at a party the night before. Nice! Leave it to Scoble to be talking to @mchammer and @god on twitter I said.
I immediately went to work dismantling it, ignoring the warnings.. something hazard.. shock.. etc. ..and wow.. there are some cool looking electronics in that thing. No sign of anything burnt.. none of the fuses seem to have blown. A quick search online and it seems most likely that a capacitor blew. Since a young age I have been a nerd, and in a time long ago I have in fact used transformers to blow up electronics. So somehow those experiences makes the capacitor theory believable. In the future they will discover that Emmett Brown was in fact correct and capacitors do in fact hold the secret to time travel.
I was going to use the Geek Squad for in home service.. though I actually think I can fix this thing for a few dollars rather than spending several hundred dollars on them. I will keep you updated on the very important matter of JDOG’s television!