Monthly Archives: March 2012

A Bit of Fact Checking

The NYT and its commentators are up in arms over the token Republican resistance to the renewal of VAWA. One top comment claims that For women of child bearing years, the number one cause of death is spousal murder. A … Continue reading

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Gone With the Wind: Downfall

Even Rhett Butler didn’t have the relationship game to hold together a marriage with a girl like Scarlett O’Hara. There’s a lesson there about marrying women who need to be gamed constantly. Storms build: In the time that followed her … Continue reading

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Han Solo Game in “Gone With The Wind”

Remember the scene from The Empire Strikes Back when Han tells Leia that she likes him because he’s a scoundrel? Here’s where it was ripped off from. “Scarlett, you do like me, don’t you?” That was more like what she … Continue reading

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Game in “Gone With the Wind,” part 1

Of all novels written by women, Gone With the Wind is probably the most self-aware when it comes to sexual attraction. Here are some passages that illustrate that, all consistent with the game-aware view of female psychology. The (very beta) … Continue reading

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Making Betas Through Bad Parenting

This graphic is a depressing illustration of how parenting practices have changed over the years, leading to the helicopter parenting of today. It’s easy to draw corollaries concerning the sexes today: less freedom and independence as a boy generally leads … Continue reading

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America: Propositional Nation?

How did the idea that America is a propositional nation become so popular? If I had to guess, I’d say it’s a relic of the cold war. Since the USSR actually was a propositional nation (a fact which is highly … Continue reading

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Quotations for a Time of Captivity

As the powers that be keep pushing for war with Iran, Americans would do well to remember the words of their first president: A passionate attachment of one nation for another produces a variety of evils. Sympathy for the favorite … Continue reading

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