Following on from Bojangles’ recent posts about the city that is Krakow, I thought I’d pop in and add some of my own musings. It’s been a while since I’ve blogged here, two years in fact. And, it had also been almost as long since I’d been on a daygame session – until a weekend in early February.
This is a guest post by Teedub:
I’ll begin by saying, Daygame Overkill is very good. Not only is the featured seminar full of cutting edge insight, the in-field analysis is what truly sets it apart from anything else I’ve come across. Krauser is on top of his game in the filmed sets provided, and it definitely shows you where to aim for in terms of overall daygame mastery. Confidence, improvisation, social savvy, intuitive technical stuff…it’s all laid out. It is, quite frankly, the best daygame product out there currently, bar none.
Guest post by Teedub
I’m currently in the Estonian capital of Tallinn, a lovely place that I could certainly see myself living in more permanently, and on Sunday I witnessed something that reaffirmed my desire to leave the UK on a more regular basis.
This is a guest post by Teedub on the way modern feminism is digging its own grave
The fallout from what has become known as Gamer Gate has implications for modern feminism beyond the obvious call outs and revelations. People such as Zoe Quinn have shot themselves hugely in the proverbial foot with their actions. [Read more…]
Guest post by Teedub on Muslim grooming gangs
Everybody has their own opinion on Islam. In the manosphere, the view tends to be more negative than in the mainstream media. Why? Well for starters we’re not shackled by the wretched chains of political correctness, nor are we in the business of vote-whoring on behalf of politicians. Instead, like with feminism, we take the dictionary definition lightly, and instead look at actions and behaviours. And, judging by the action of those who claim to be acting on the behalf of Allah, it ain’t good.