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So what if this is the first glimpse of the Logistics Book since Rob and I started talking about it four years ago? Do you know how long it took the Sistine Chapel to be painted? Four years! That’s right, Rob and I are right on par with Michelangelo in creating works of art. We […]

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I’ve wagged my tongue for many years about the importance of knowing logistics when meeting women. Big Four and all that. And for good reason: it’s the difference between driving sober and driving blindfolded, high on mushrooms. But there’s a caveat to this: you’re better off taking those mushrooms if the girl’s not interested in […]

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When to Approach a Large Group

by GK on July 4, 2011 · 2 comments

We’ve often heard about the “three-second rule” when it comes to approaching people at a bar or party, but I was reminded of one scenario where waiting a little longer can pay off. I was with a student at a bar in the Mission recently, and over our shoulders stood a party of perhaps eight people — guys […]

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The test answers

by GK on November 12, 2010

You can put away your No. 2 pencils. Now that Rob’s given you his answers to my woman test, I’m going to offer my own:  Question 1: The girl in the park. Acceptable answers: C or D. You definitely don’t want to keep letting her do what she’s doing, and while there is a time to get tough […]

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Some test answers from Rob

by GK on November 10, 2010

Before I impart my answers from my post about how women test men, I’m going to give you a special treat. It’s a bonus lecture from my favorite guest professor, Rob Overman, about how he would handle those tests. So listen well: Question 1  The correct answer is E — make her laugh.    When a person […]

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This is a test … about women testing

by GK on November 3, 2010 · 4 comments

From the moment I got my first pop quiz in elementary school, I hated tests. Still do, in fact. I even hate those emergency-broadcast tests that spring up on TV every now and then. So when I first started trying to figure women out in my mid-20s, I wasn’t happy to learn that I was […]

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About that logistics book …

by GK on July 11, 2010 · 3 comments

I feel like a tease about this, after the impressive response you gave when Rob and I mentioned  the e-book on logistics he had written during our Charisma Arts days. We wanted to share it with you, but it turns out the book was lost to the ether of Rob’s computer. And that’s a major logistical problem. But I will see if […]

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When boyfriends appear

by GK on June 23, 2009 · 1 comment

This had happened to me before, but only rarely. Over the weekend I was getting my flirt on at a local club called Vessel with a comely spitfire of a redhead who looked and dressed like she was straight out of 1963. The vibe was good between us, even though she fessed up that she has a boyfriend. “I might break […]

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