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The Perfect Valentine’s Day for HIM!

February 7, 2008

Brothers, Valentine’s Day is almost here in the USA and our stomachs along with our wallets, are tightening up as usual. Here’s some thought on how our brothers in Asia are spending their day, according to wikipedia. Thanks to a concentrated marketing effort, Valentine’s Day has emerged in Japan and Korea as a day on which women, and less commonly men, give candy, chocolate or flowers. It has become an obligation for many women to give chocolates to all male co-workers. In Japan this is known as giri-choko (義理チョコ), from the words giri (“obligation”) and choko, (“chocolate”). This contrasts with honmei-choko (本命チョコ); chocolate given to a loved one. Friends, especially girls, may exchange chocolate referred to as tomo-choko (友チョコ); from tomo meaning “friend”. Here’s how our favorite gems of the female gender will more than likely spend their Valentine’s Day: 8:15 Wakeup to hugs and kisses from... See More Tour Details »

Does The Pill Influence Women To Dump Nice Guys And Providers?

April 20, 2007

Tim Alexander is the filmmaker for Diary of a Tired Black Man. “Now It’s black men’s turn to exhale.” The film has a basic story. It follows the relationship of a successful brother as he tries to find a happy place to rest his heart. He is constantly challenged by the anger he finds in the black women he gets involved with. From his wife, whom he divorces to other women he tries to date. First-time filmmaker Tim Alexander, who enjoys being provocative, says there’s a disease out there that he calls the “angry black woman syndrome”. He says it must be identified, diagnosed and treated. Alexander believes African-American women who grew up in fatherless homes, hearing their aunts and grandmothers saying black men are no good – and hearing that opinion reinforced in the media – are now angry adult women. “They grow up, deal with the wrong men, finally meet the right guy and don’t know how to turn it off,” Alexander says. “They... See More Tour Details »

NY Times Puts Lipstick On A Pig

February 8, 2007

Brothers! One morning Sam “Mangina” Roberts of the New York Times dished out a huge pile of horse-hockey out of his rear. And news channels and papers sucked this up as if it was gospel. Brace yourself brothers! Mangina Roberts is guilty of making up numbers for the 2005 US Census data in his article “51% of Women Are Now Living Without Spouse” (no link given to this pile of dung – search the engine Google for it). Marc Rudov over at Men’s News Daily pounces on it in our defense: “The NYT’s new conclusion is that, on average, only 49 percent of American women are married and living with their spouses — a new low. Breaking it down by race, this 49 percent average is: 30 percent of black women, 49 percent of Hispanic women, 55 percent of non-Hispanic white women, and 60 percent of Asian women. The article (by The New York Times) goes on to say that, despite the picture for married women, 53 percent of men are married and living with their spouses.... See More Tour Details »

Boycott Valentine’s Day!

February 5, 2007

Valentine’s Day is the perfect day to leave your miserable wife or gold-digging girlfriend. Take your uncompatible nightmare out for dinner and ask her for a divorce (and to also pickup the dinner check too!). While all the doormats are handing over diamonds at the tables next to you, you can feel proud that you are on your way to a long fulfilling life of no stress and immense personal wealth. My brothers over at the Don’t Get Married Forum are buzzing as expected this fine Valentine’s Day. Brother systems1082 gives some keen insight to those who may be happy with their wives or girlfriends and are thinking of buying their sweeties a Valentine’s Day gift. “Valentines day is approaching and I wonder how many men are anticipating a rolex or a platinum bracelet from his wife or girlfriend. I counted over 53 different tv, radio and newspaper ads during Christmas and closer to 75 during Valentines Day. The ties, the flower or cards are nice but do they compare... See More Tour Details »

Feminism’s Affect On Women

December 17, 2006

I’m inclined to believe that women just don’t understand us men. Women just can’t seem to understand that the only time smart men are willing to sign on the dotted line is when they’re young and horny, when they have no real assets to lose and before they really understand the principles of wealth creation (ie. early 20s). By the time smart men have a degree or two, a 401k and IRA, a house and a 6 figure income (or at least when they’re closing in on it) they’re not so keen to just give it away for yet another woman. Then when the smart men hit their 30′s and their s*x drive drops (from being “yeah i’ll sign anything to get a bit” to “wait a minute, this means you get everything”); all of a sudden, life is under the control of the “big head” and women don’t seem perpelxed by us. Many women can’t seem to understand why we don’t act like horny teenagers anymore and these women refuse to accept... See More Tour Details »

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