Archive for March, 2011
One of this blog’s faithful readers waxed poetic about his pessimism of finding the woman of this dreams.’
I’ve become extremely suspicious and pessimistic about the possibility of dating successful, educated, and professional women. Their standards for a man are just ridiculously high and most are not interesting and good looking enough to ask for what they demand. I get tired of being interesting, entertaining, and humorous when I get little in return except self-absorbed drivel from a woman who has little sense of humor.
Let’s break it down quickly and succinctly. His pessimism stems from just five problems with today’s modern, American woman:
2. “Never settle!”
3. The demand for instant chemistry
4. Extreme selfishness
5. No respect for men
Of all five, only one is truly rooted in the biological imperative. That’s hypergamy. A woman’s brain is wired to be hypergamous. Ironically, it’s easier for a man to deal with this. He simply becomes a better man. A man must learn and implement Game.
The other four, well, that’s rather more challenging. While a man, as an individual, can learn and implement Game, there must a shift in overall social expectations to address the other issues in the list. It will be glacially slow. Changing social expectations usually takes at least a generation (that’s about 30 years) but with the ability to communicate electronically and almost instantly, social change can be accelerated.
There must be a constant drumbeat of negative messages and negative stigma from all sides should a woman be suffering from one or more of the other problems in the list.
- “Never settle” must be met with “everyone settles”.
- The demand for instant chemistry must be met with “stop thinking with your genitals”.
- Selfishness must be met with “that’s for children, grow up.”
- No respect for men must be met with “you’re a bigot”.
Men have been made to dance to the tune of women’s capricious and arbitrary demands for the two generations of feminism indoctrination and it’s failed miserably. Now is the time for men to play the tune and insist that women live up to a form of the revised social contract.
Men grieve too.
CNN did a good story on the recent Japan disasters, here.
It’s a quick and surprisingly good article.
A man’s grief is powerful, no matter what the culture.
May the tragic sadness of Kenichi Suzuki be engraved on our souls.
He sacrificed his family for his job, his volunteer job.
It’s heart breaking.
I love classical music. I’m also open to interesting interpretations of various famous works.
This is from a young ukulele performer in Hawaii. She is Taimani Gardner and I am extraordinarily impressed with her skills (hat tip to Gorbachev from over at Roissy).
And here I thought that the ukulele was only able to perform Hawaiian music. I have been soundly and thoroughly disabused of this notion.
J.S. Bach should be celebrating this version of his famous Toccata and Fugue in D Minor.
As an aside, I am always impressed by anyone – male or female – with artistic talent. This is one of the reasons that I am so desirous of T, the incredible artist. I started “dating” her over a year ago and sadly, I have not enjoyed the pleasure of her company in at least two months.
Oh, here’s another great song from a Hawaiian performer – Iz. He died from complications due to his obesity.
I don’t know if the embedding feature works. If not, hit the link. Now.
“I don’t know… I mean…you could maybe… talk to the girl next to her? You know, make her feel jealous?”
“Hand of God, kid… I never felt like you were my son… until now.”
Tip of the ol’ hat to a Roissy comment.