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Man Law #68 – If You Don’t See The Door, Build it.

January 4, 2010 10 comments

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The following is a completely true story. Names and events are factual.

Women today aren't waiting around for a guy to save them. They've got their own tools and resources. But they are still attracted to go-getters and those who pursue their goals!

More or less.

Around 10,000 B.C., there were a group of cave dwellers consisting of a few men, women and children. On one particular morning, a man named Ed “Soon-To-Be-Eaten” Johnson races back into the cave to tell the rest of the group that there are a pack of tigers pacing around outside. This is the conversation that took place verbatim: Read more…

The Flirtexter Olivia: An Exclusive Interview with Author, Olivia B.

December 19, 2009 2 comments

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When the Art of Text post went up a few months ago, I hadn’t realized that there was a deeper, underlying issue that was bubbling up beneath the surface. While texting is certainly “newer” technology, it was really the result of over a decades worth of communication that was slowly moving towards a new direction.  What may surprise many is that it was the corporate world in the 90s that brought computers into our homes. While kids had Nintendo and Sega, purchasing a $2,000 plus computer was a luxury that only the adults could afford. Read more…

Man Theory – Dating In the Information Age, Part II. – Before the Millenium

December 12, 2009 1 comment

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In the days of William Wallace, courtship was a much more difficult task.  In addition to keeping up with all of the latest Twitter feeds on the most up-to-date chivalrous tactics, one must also had known how to ride a horse, handle a sword, speak several different languages, and lead a revolutionary army against an imposing neighboring government! Thankfully, over the centuries, many of these tactics have fallen by the wayside, however a few still remain. Read more…

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