Everything you know comes from your brain. It’s like a library, but before you can know something your brain has to get the information, it has to put books on its shelves. Your brain collects information your whole life and stores it in your library, in your brain. Just like a library you can’t read all the books at the same time, so when you wonder about something or become curious your brain will check to see if it has information that it can give you.
That’s the magic for kids in sports. First you try and eventually succeed, but once you succeed you’re immediately confronted with what comes next. For those who don’t recognize the process it’s called life. Long before ever mentioning the politics of a team effort, at some point kids need to learn to make an effort and why. It’s the reward of being challenged and challenging yourself till you do succeed.
I’m going to sell tickets for 10 bucks each (my real plan is to try and entertain about 60 bucks out of each guy that attends) I’m going to apply for an event liquor license and sell beer at a 1.50 profit. How much beer can 50 guys drink? Kegs will help.
If you haven’t had enough of the argument over the “nature vs. nurture” crap, feel free to throw this into the mix. Personally I think it’s a pile of bullshit opinion comparable to a can of nuts, bolts, washers and screws. They all look worthwhile and if you dig long enough you might find the right size or the right fit, that’s why you will never throw them out, you just never know and they’re shiny.
There is a joke among aboriginals that suggests the only reason man went to the moon is because they heard we had land up there. We can know that symbolically the moon is an archetype of the feminine, a light in the darkness. There is a ritual referred to as bringing down the moon that [...]
What feminism seeks to achieve is not the destruction of a patriarchy and its hierarchy but the control and ownership of the patriarchy to mete out its own purposes.
I could tell by the way these kids responded to me that every one of them was a damn fine kid just bleeding for some attention, and specifically from a father.
In the grimace of today’s single parent homes and more often single mother homes is it any wonder that children are floundering socially? They look like children, they act like children, but all too often they talk like a parent.
Somewhat of a startling addendum to this coitus cooing is a team researching Harlequin Romance novels. They determined that sales may be driven by a repetitious theme of sexual assault.
Many who express themselves in the main stream media and in fact all over the internet seem to be infatuated with speaking in the third person. They offer all kinds of advice and insights into making this shithole of existence a better place. It seems that so many of us are lacking in self-esteem we [...]
A Costume Parade Down Your Avenue. Don’t Forget To Put Up Your Hands! No, it’s not time for Mardi Gras. You can put away your beads and be-dazzlers. And yes, the bottle of bourbon, too. This is somewhat less entertaining and a little less fun, but there are flashy costumes to look at. So how’s [...]
Where would they be without him? Interesting icon no? This is my personal contribution to MRA art. Course I didn’t do it all by myself. No, this piece took many years and a whole lot of help. It is somewhat of a work in progress. Feel free to contribute, there’s always room for more. They [...]
As polite and tolerable, Clark Kent follows a script of behaviour that allows him to fit in. He animates himself using the exact opposite of invulnerability.
Any discussion of rape between genders is quickly polarized by highly politicized statements such as “all men are rapists” and in most cases the conversation turns to the effects of rape rather than contributing factors.
I was cruisin my etheric consciousness recently to see what’s new in the world of men, my world. I like to see if there is any new logic orbs added to the survival satchel, or possibly new dangers crossing the frontier of the post hypnotic victim gulag. It’s always good to keep up to date [...]