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Escalation

The smart way to pick up a bartender

by GK on September 2, 2010 · 1 comment

I’ve never been into the whole hired-gun game. Nothing against the sexy bartenders/waitresses/Comic Con models of the world, but I haven’t felt the urge to pursue any of them. Especially if they work every night (those nights should be reserved for GK!). But I have been witness to a fun demonstration on how to do it, and I thought […]

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Baseball season is back, so it makes sense that I’m going to the bullpen on this post. I want to get some different perspectives for you folks, and the one guest blogger I had to have was Dirk Manley. He’s making his GK Shares Game debut today. I’ve been a fan of Dirk for years on the Charisma […]

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Whew! Trying to juggle three jobs, a screenplay, a blog and a social life is giving me a triathlon-sized workout, but I wanted to make at least one sermon this week. Maybe it’s my news background, but I like to write only about topics that are current to me. And for some reason, I’ve had the same […]

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It’s not you … it’s her

by GK on April 29, 2009 · 9 comments

I’ve been through some experiences with women lately that reinforced my thoughts on this whole picking-up-women thing, and what defines a successful or failed interaction. The old mentality, the one pushed on me when I was first reading about this stuff, was that I bore the obligation of closing the deal with a girl, and that […]

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How to bust a slump

by GK on March 21, 2009 · 11 comments

Here’s an oldie but goodie I wrote last year on the late, great Charismatic Man blog. I wanted to give it a new home, and I still think it’s a valuable read: I worked with a student two months ago who was a 28-year-old virgin – not quite Steve Carell territory, but I wouldn’t have […]

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