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Did anyone archive Realmademen/Assanova's blog? - wolf - 03-26-2012 08:14 PM

If anyone archived it can you PM me. I'd like to read it.


RE: Did anyone archive Realmademen/Assanova's blog? - Deluge - 03-27-2012 04:18 AM

(03-26-2012 08:14 PM)wolf Wrote:  If anyone archived it can you PM me. I'd like to read it.

I've read it before. It won't come up on my Google searches. What happened to it? And why?


RE: Did anyone archive Realmademen/Assanova's blog? - haywire - 03-27-2012 07:46 AM

I used to like reading his stuff, but of late, he had simply lost his touch perhaps due to some personal problems. His last few posts were one or the other variation of "Game doesn't exist, looks are everything", even though what he'd basically be talking about was only a form of game. He'd mentioned many a times in his posts that he was done with blogging but would keep coming back(perhaps to feed on the attention he got), looks like this is another such break or he might be gone forever.


RE: Did anyone archive Realmademen/Assanova's blog? - sixsix - 11-15-2012 05:33 AM

Old thread, but was also looking for the Real Made Men archived somewhere on the net, and found it:

http://realmademen.wordpress.com/

Not the most hidden spot. Not sure if all of his posts or on it (59 in total) but at least it's something.


RE: Did anyone archive Realmademen/Assanova's blog? - Nonpareil - 11-15-2012 07:56 AM

(03-26-2012 08:14 PM)wolf Wrote:  If anyone archived it can you PM me. I'd like to read it.

Here is a summary:

'Game is for losers, the real way to get tons of ass is to be good looking and have cash.'


RE: Did anyone archive Realmademen/Assanova's blog? - sixsix - 11-15-2012 12:58 PM

Besides that ego nonsense ("I don't use game" while he clearly does) his advice is pretty good. He rejects a certain kind of game, say Mystery Method, but has his own strategies and methods. I like the approximately ten posts I just read.

Quote:I’ve also played both the nice guy and the asshole, so I’ve been stacking up evidence for years. And the conclusion that I’ve come to? Being nice, at least in the long run, just doesn’t work with women. As Roissy and Ferdinand would say, women get the men that they deserve.

This is a clear admission of using game: he compares two distinct sets of behavioral patterns and concludes that especially in the long term you have to be an asshole.

Quote:It’s not like I set out to game these girls, but what is very apparent to me, is that women outside of nightclubs are actually paying attention to what I say to them. All of a sudden, game matters. And again, inside of nightclubs, the women don’t really give two shits about game or personality. All they care about is the superficial bullshit. And the loud music and constant distractions aren’t helping your cause.

Like Roosh's recent post about the SATDH game and the MIMITW game. He's right the nightclub game is less sophisticated and more testosterone-fueled assertiveness. Apparently he sucks at that, though.

Quote:As a guy, if a woman seems genuinely interested in you, you have to move quickly. You gotta call her no later than the very next day, you have to let her know that you are interested in her, you gotta get her out on a date as soon as possible, and you have to stay in touch and hang out as much as she’s willing to hang out. And if you don’t? The momentum will be lost, she’ll forget about you, and instead of being the amazing guy she met, you will become nothing more than a distant memory.

Again, overt game advice, whether you agree with his views or not. It might not be your cup of tea but this last quote for example resonates with me.

His version of game - boldness, directness, good looks, confidence, inner game - is also what a lot of game writers are gravitating towards with the growing focus on looks (lifting, grooming, clothing) and lifestyle.