• Carl Sagan

    What can you write in your book that hasn’t already been written on this blog? I can’t think of anything.

    Perhaps a farewell post? I know I’ve taken some useful advice from this blog. Time to move on (for me at least).

    • Danger & Play

      Hah, this blog is tame.

      • Carl Sagan

        I think most of your philosophy can be summed up through Stoicism.

        Surprised you haven’t recommended “Mediations” by Marcus Aurelius.

        Or this guy:

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          • Carl Sagan


        • Danger & Play

          Not really. The short answer is that stoicism is about endurance. My philosophy is about using force of will to destroy obstacles. Think Schopenhauer-Nietzsche-Von Clausewitz with an Eastern influence.

          • sai

            so elaborate on this one. I wouldn’t mind seeing more Nietzsche related stuff up here. (even going on waters of ressentiment and so on)

  • Stoic

    I just read this post. http://s6889.p20.sites.pressdns.com/2013/02/15/why-the-game-comes-easily-to-philosophers/ You answered your own question there. Write down an all-encompassing philosophy for men. Write down the ultimate inner game bible. You don’t need to get into semantics, with lines and what not. There’s enough of that shit floating around. You’re lauded because of how you push people to become better. Give them the ultimate tool to push themselves. If anyone can do it, its you (or the real Roissy). And if this blog is tame, you can go all out in the book.

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  • BDM

    “Writing it easy – just open a vein and bleed.”

    Aside from that – a blog can only go so deep. Give us the depth. The blog has a lot of good tactics and ideas. Give us the full strategy, and philosophy.

    Didn’t know you were writing one. Looking forward to it.

  • rivsdiary

    what i like most about this blog is all the practical advice, with the edge of “don’t be a pussy.” one of my favorite all time manosophere posts of all time is the one that you wrote called lie about your age.


    “When I tell guys to lie about their age, they all say the same thing, “What if she finds out the truth?” Questions like that are why I could never earn a living being a “dating coach.” Seriously, guys, that is such a gay ass question that I can’t even handle it. Are you a bunch of fags? Who cares? Oh my god. Are you going to meet your soul mate? Is she going to break up with you after finding out the truth? Will you have to snuggle you pillow to deal with the heart ache and pain? Besides, if you fuck a chick right, she won’t care about the earlier lies.”

    that part is brilliant. and then this:

    “What you guys don’t understand about women is hurting you. Women don’t have a firm understanding of truth and falsity. Truth is eternal. Women only understand how they feel in the present moment.”

    you are absolutely right. we nice guys respect women too much, and we aren’t man enough to take charge of situations, and *take what we want*. that’s why your blog is so inspiring, you constantly tell me that i should become a better man, the best man out there, in all areas, girls, eating healthy, lifting, dressing well, reading more, everything — and then give tons of practical advice on how to do all that.

    and, of course, you don’t bitch and moan like so many other blogs. oh yeah, and you and krauser are the only two manosophere blogs that i have ever read that give real masculine advice on how to fuck a girl’s brains out. i started choking girls thanks to your advice.

    anyway, tons of great stuff here man, with a “no bullshit” tone. pack it all together by sections, and you have a winner.

  • Nate

    Advice for 20 something males looking to constantly improve — basically an extension of the blog already, combined with all the great info you put out about health & nutrition at the other site.

  • Frost

    The No-Bullshit Guide To Optimal Male Health


    Gear 1 (for the 25 year old athlete looking to optimize)
    Gear 2 (for the 35 year old looking to maintain)
    Flexibility and Mobility
    *various other chapters on training, diet, supplementation*

    Alternatively you could include chapters about personal finance and women, i.e. write Freedom Twenty-Five but do it much better.

    You could also probably write an entire book on hormone manipulation and steroids. A chapter each for the 25-yo, 35 yo, 45 yo, athlete, power lifter, body builder.

    In any case, looking forward to it.

    • Billy The King

      I concur, the younger ages also doing like a what would I have told you then would be nice, I’m 22 been reading your blog for about a year and would love to hear what you would have like to tell yourself when you were my age.

  • Chase

    Definately throw in a chapter or two on what you would do if you could do it (life) over again – as in, what would you have changed in high school? Would you have went to college? Studied what? Traveled more? Spent time doing less of ______. etc. etc.

    I feel a post like that would give some introspection to some of us younger readers. Conceptual advice is great, but this generation of young males need some masculine wisdom passed down to us.

  • Rob

    I’ll buy whatever your write because C&F was the truth and is still a goldmine for multiple subjects.

    Something informational would be solid: the nootropics/ vitamins would be on point.

  • Nick

    Would like to see some day game stuff in there.

    I’m unsure if you’ve stopped gaming as much and started focusing more on yourself, or if you’ve just stopped writing about game as much, but I really liked your take on it earlier in your blogging days and would like to see more of it from a practical day-to-day perspective.

    One particular thing is how to really keep interest with these girls who are only into TV, facebook, celebrities etc. and convert day-game numbers into meetups and bangs.

    Your book is eagerly awaited.

  • Blade

    Wisdom. Can you write about how to become wise or how to get wisdom? I believe that that’s really one of the, if not the most, important thing in life. Socrates himself said that,”All virtue is knowledge.”

    If youth only knew, if age only could.–Henri Estienne

    Life’s Tragedy is that we get old too soon and wise too late.–Benjamin Franklin

    Also, knowledge about anti-aging and how to be younger if you can add that in there.

  • Blade

    Oh, yeah, and I agree with Nate and Chase that you should add advice about you would say to a young man/younger version of yourself with what you know now.

  • anon1

    I don’t know if you ever bought delusion damage’s book before he up and deleted everything, but something like that.

    He pretty much covered, several different areas of life and presented an intepretation or a actionable solution.

    his article on violence is perhaps the greatest article/chapter i’ve ever read. It was about as red pill as you could get.

    Other topics of interest are obviously a followup chapter to your unemployed/hustle article.

    maybe presenting a perspective on how you learn. (meta learning)

    more often than not, providing the keys to a methodology on how to learn new things proves to be way more invaluable than just teaching individual things on their own.

    Another thing i’m a great fan of from your articles is how you tend to read a lot and take the best from different authors and incorporate them into your own actions and deeds. A bit more analysis on that sort of thing would be cool.

    besides that the typical things i think readers would want to see are, in no particular order:

    1)getting and fucking girls (come off it, we all initially took the red pill for this reason, and found other benefits the longer we stayed)

    2)man philosophy (how to see and interpret the world)

    3)how to build a strong body and a strong mind (information diet, food diet, exercise and lifestyle)

    4) practical skills and activities (similar to art of manliness)

    5)cheat sheets for info you’ve gleaned from the countless books you’ve read. Just a basic overview

    6) life hacks, how to live a red pill life, inspite of the limits the government, feminazi’s and everyone else puts on you

    7) money, the acquiring of and how to build a business

    These are ideas that are just off the top of my head, if you don’t end up doing it, i will probably do it myself anyway, lol

    As a random recommendation to other readers, the power of habit is a fantastic book in helping understand how to get shit done. worth buying and a quick read

  • tr

    Maybe more about your business ventures. Specifics and not just general mentality stuff, you dealt with that already.

    Also, ltr game stuff, if you have anything on deep conversion ala krauser.