The place you will always long for but never be able to go.
Awesome. Can't wait to listen.
OK, just skimmed through the comments at Social Matter (Thurs's are the one day I'm able to listen), and re-read your description above. Seems the cast on finding a woman with high probability to be wife material, versus transitioning a woman into wife material after you've found her.My comment the other day, and I think the missing link in the manosphere "literature," is the latter. Culture today, Weimerica, tries to convince women they should get a career and take a good, long (and hard) ride on the carousel. The man's job is to convince the woman that she wants _you_ to be her first ride, and then while the ride is going on, subtly reprogram her that culture is all lies and empty promises, and that you're both better off as soul-mates, devoted and living together as God and nature intended.I could be wrong, but the former, seems reasonably obvious. Bar scene seems only good for Charlotte Simmons types before the fall, if you are lucky enough to be in a locale to get to them before the fall, and broken chicks that have jumped (or been flung) from the carousel -- obviously not wife material there. Your cohorts in the work-place (not to be confused w/ the fresh-outs in the secretarial pool) have self-evidently made the Faustian bargain for a career.
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