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Why, hello there! It’s been a while. I’ll skip the usual excuses about being busy with work, yada yada, and give one bonus excuse for not blogging. Rob and I back are back to working on the Logistics Book, and we intend to have it ready by early next year. To the random guy I […]

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We seem to love us an apocalypse — even a fake one. There’s a good reason why the Mayans got way more publicity in 2012 than, say, the Aztecs. So it is with sex and relationships in America. My Twitter feed has been chock full of authors predicting the end times, whether it’s the end […]

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A large portion of this blog is devoted to helping guys put their best foot forward socially so that women like them. We shouldn’t pretend to be above wanting to be liked. And as I discussed in my Jay Cutler post a while back, few of us can go through life without being liked at all. […]

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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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Does game really matter? I’ve seen it debated, most recently in the comments section of my post on looking for women’s interest. Heck, even I’ve contradicted myself — on one hand I talk about how technique is overrated and often irrelevant, and yet, um, have you noticed the name of this blog? My buddy Tre Tre represented […]

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They say we hurt the ones we love most, but that might also go for striking fear into them. I’m talking fear of the Jason Vorhees variety. And I faced that fear last weekend in one of the world’s loveliest locations. One of my best friends, J-Raw, asked me earlier this year to be the best […]

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