Ferdi Le

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  1. I hear what you are saying, but I guess for a lot of girls those situations can serve as entrance points to develop themselves more. Being attached to a random attractive guy makes the girl about as sophisticated as a dog.
  2. "Science is not a didactic, dogmatic religion" -Rudy Giuliani https://www.google.de/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=video&cd=&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=2ahUKEwifvJONoKHsAhVl8OAKHR2ADDQQtwIwA3oECAUQAg&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.youtube.com%2Fwatch%3Fv%3DDy6bow3Itf8&usg=AOvVaw3mMQHxpqzRzbXD7ayrgtAh
  3. RSD Max with some german Fake Guru. The title says: "How to become omnipresent in your market with the Baulig method and make ice-cold contacts to enthusiastic customers."
  4. Wrong thread needs to be moved to stage red of course....
  5. There is a woman on wallstreet who is almost infamous for her stage red behavior. She seems to recruite desperate grads for her company without paying them anything! She also threatens employees into writing good reviews on Glassdoor. You can check out the wall street people on a stage orange forum talking about her. Its interesting to see red demonized by orange this way: https://www.wallstreetoasis.com/forums/a-warning-on-tobin-co https://www.wallstreetoasis.com/forums/is-it-true-that-tobin-company-doesnt-pay-their-analysts
  6. Hey Guys, I am in the process of analyzing some reasons why I dont achieve my goals. My intention is to gather awareness and 'intel' on my typically patterns, so that I can develope strategies to increase my success rate consistently. One of the most frequent reason for me not achieving goals, and I guess for most of you as well, is Sloth, Laziness and Complacency. Or as Leo put it in one of his videos, stuffing yourself in disney land while not realizing that there is a 'hurricane' coming. My Questions is: Do you have any pictures, paintings that illustrate sloth for you? That really captures this 'sin' and immediately connectes you to its 'risks'? If yes, then I would greatly appreciate you sharing it. If you dont see why one would do that? As I said, I am in the process of analyzing and writing a note for my commonplace book. For me persoanlly, it is crucial to have kind of 'fancy' notes, with pictures, quotes etc. that really capture what I mean and feel in a way that is not possible with text only. When I like my notes more, I review them more, when I review them more, I get more value from them Some pictures I like:
  7. John Maynard Keynes captured this very well in one quote when when he criticized his fellow economists for being "unmoved by the lack of correspondence between the results of their theory and the facts of observation". I think Keynes is quite frankly a good example. He was a self-described capitalist but saw the necessity of state intervention in times of crises. But by many libertarians, he is viewed as the worst devil who is responsible for all evil in the world. But it is also noteworthy how quickly libertarian economic-thinking is vanishing. I mean the US basically gave out free money with the stimulus check (and that by a Republican Administration, with (I guess) very little pushback and even plans for more. It doesnt get much worse than that according to libertarians I guess.....
  8. The is beyond beautiful. The entire construct he builds just shows infinite deception. How he abuses everything to deduce his beliefs. Its beyond him.
  9. @GodDesireOnlyLove Be careful of labeling books, written by people who studied their subject for decades, as nonsense. To your point: I dont see the underlying mating strategies of men/ women changing anytime soon. At least my behavior and preferences (as a man) are perfectly congruent with the theory.
  10. Quick Copy&Paste from my notes on "The Red Queen" "For a man casual sex with a stranger carried only a small risk—infection, discovery by the wife—and a potentially enormous reward: a cheap addition of an extra child to his genetic legacy" Women are likely to be different: Having sex with a stranger not only encumbered a Pleistocene woman with a possible pregnancy before she had won the man ' s commitment to help rear the child, but it also exposed her to probable revenge from her husband if she had one and to possible spinsterhood if she did not. These enormous risks were offset by no great reward. Her chances of conceiving were just as great if she remained faithful to one partner, and her chances of losing the child without a husband ' s help were greater. Therefore, women who accepted casual sex left fewer rather than more descendants, and modern women are likely to be equipped with suspicion of casual sex