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Australia---the "good" and the "sad"

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"The Good”The Ladies actually cooperate, very different from American women especially if you’re a brother. A lot of different nationalities reside in Brisbane and the Gold Coast areas. A few guys, American guys, I'm close with, found their wives in Australia this past year. Me, I, in my 6 days in Australia, I had to stand up a few chicks (FLAKE) on them because I just didn't have the time. I’d communicate with my girls through Wi-Fi emails; I would get their emails instead of numbers, of course, you know why, so many that I actually started to ask them to send pics when they emailed me so I could keep up. Brazilians, Britains, and French you name it, in those six days I met them. Even the guys in my video I met in Australia were like. "Damn MAC, you taking ALL the girls." We went out once, and I would break the ice for them with a group of girls then I would introduce them, & this is their country. However, as AMERICANS, I think we pride ourselves in huntin…

The Moynihan Report (1965) Chapter 4

Chapter IV. The Tangle of Pathology

That the Negro American has survived at all is extraordinary -- a lesser people might simply have died out, as indeed others have. That the Negro community has not only survived, but in this political generation has entered national affairs as a moderate, humane, and constructive national force is the highest testament to the healing powers of the democratic ideal and the creative vitality of the Negro people.
But it may not be supposed that the Negro American community has not paid a fearful price for the incredible mistreatment to which it has been subjected over the past three centuries.

In essence, the Negro community has been forced into a matriarchal structure which, because it is to out of line with the rest of the American society, seriously retards the progress of the group as a whole, and imposes a crushing burden on the Negro male and, in consequence, on a great many Negro women as well.

There is, presumably, no special reason why a society i…

Comfort Sex

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I listened to the Flystream, and Your Royal Flyness went over why women will still let their guys hit even after they’re broken up.

I’m paraphrasing Your Royal Flyness below.

Your Royal Flyness: Women get horny, so women come back to their exes for comfort sex. The fact that you once dated allows her to feel comfortable once again having sex with you with no strings attached. Also, women can be completely turned on by another man, but still come to you for comfort sex while thinking about the other man just so she doesn’t ruin her reputation and look like a slut.

My ideas about comfort sex.

If you just read this, then you know what’s happening when your ex starts hitting you up. I’d tell anyone, since you know she’s using you for comfort sex, hit up her pockets; even exchange.

Why does it stop when she gets a new man? (Your Royal Flyness asked this question)

It’s because she’s now getting comfort from him. (Your Royal Flyness answered this) –TheKing_65 (July 19, 2012)

(You can pick up Your R…

Metaphysics of the Game Part 2

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(This is really part 1 but I shared my rendition of the post Metaphysics of the Game 1st because I began by explaining metaphysics before talking about it. My rendition was an add-on to Mack Major's original post done years prior because he never officially made a Metaphysics of the Game Part 2 when he had his blog Flip the Game.) –Derrick Mills

Sorry, I've been away for a minute. Just started a new job recently, so I haven't had time to play on the computer. I'm out here grinding with two gigs. However, I'm back with a vengeance. So let’s keep the dialogue flowing.


Get to know the real you. 

Relationships between men and women aren’t as simple as just physical biology. Biology definitely plays its part. However, there’s a level of the game that runs deeper than just the surface physical stuff; this part I call the metaphysics of the game.

Understand that you are more than just your physical body. You are really a spirit--a spirit that owns a physical body. Your body i…

JAI DUVAL'S CONTINUING EDUCATION: "Lean In Together: Tips For Men At Home"

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I am constantly telling males what is happening, and 8 out of every 10 are ignoring me. Well, your STUPID behavior for companionship has created a TSUNAMI movement AGAINST your STUPID ASSES and will NEGATIVELY impact you, your sons and grandsons.
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[I BETTER GET MY ASS IN THAT KITCHEN]
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I'm not talking about how women are thinking, that will be the male's mindset within the next 10 years for at least HALF of the males in marital and non-marital relationships because they will be those Junes and Carols.
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[EXCERPT FROM ARTICLE ON WEBSITE]
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The days of June Cleaver and Carol Brady may be long gone, but we’re still far from achieving gender equality. Women still do the majority of domestic work, yet research shows that everyone benefits when men lean in for equality. Men who are active fathers and caregivers enjoy better health. Couples who share responsibilities have stronger marriages. Children with involved fathers are happier, healthier, and more successful.
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One Simple Yet VERY Risky Gamble In 2006 Enabled Floyd Mayweather To Make Hundreds Of Millions Of Dollars Today

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Every year for at least the last five years, Floyd Mayweather has been the highest paid athlete in the world. He earned around $105 million in 2014 alone. That was $25 million more than the second highest paid athlete in the world, Cristiano Ronaldo. And perhaps what's most impressive is that Floyd earned $105 million without a single meaningful endorsement deal. Of the $80 million that Ronaldo earned to be the world's second highest paid athlete, 40% came from endorsements. But what's probably most impressive about Floyd's rise to absolute financial dominance in the sports world is the fact that none of it ever would have happened without one very simple, yet VERY risky gamble back in 2006.

Between 1996 and 2006, Floyd was represented by Bob Arum's Top Rank Boxing promotional company. In boxing, when you are signed with a promoter, you are basically an employee. You are offered a set amount of money to appear at a fight. The promoter puts up all the money and takes…

Are You An Asset Or Liability?

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An asset appreciates over time by going up in value. 

A liability's value plummets by going down over time.

An asset basically adds value to your life. A liability basically takes the value out of your life.

Then there's the happiness factor. Assets tend to make you happy. It has a tendency to bring a smile to your face. 

A liability does the opposite by stealing your happiness because of the realization that it’s a waste of time and energy.

You have to ask yourself: which one are you? Does your presence add value to someone else's life: real value? 

Moreover, just saying 'Well I'm a good person' is a cop out. 99% of the people out there believe they're a good person: including the one that made your life miserable! 

So singing that little ditty is absolutely useless.

Here's a hint to help you know which one you are. Assets are usually in high demand because of the value they add to your life. 

People seek them out and will pay the price to have it in their port…

Colour-blind racism

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Colour-blind racism (1970- ), also known as aversive racism, is racism that acts as if skin colour does not matter – even when it does. It isthe most common form of racism among white Americans who grew up after the fall of Jim Crow in the 1960s. It takes the place of Jim Crow racism, the meaner, more naked white racism common in the 1950s and before.


Political correctness and the idea of hate speech grew out of colour-blind racism. So did the welfare queen and model minority stereotypes. It helped to spread the word “African American”.


Colour-blind racists say things like this:

It’s not race, it’s economics …It’s not race, it’s culture …It’s not race, it depends on a person’s background …I’m not prejudiced, but …I’m not black, but …One of my best friends is black.My cousin married a black man.I voted for Barack Obama.I don’t see you as black.
And believe things like this:

I am not racist.Blacks are not willing to work hard.Blacks want everything handed to them.Blacks hold themselves back,…