What do you bet this backfires brilliantly? More and more laws pushing out freedom of choice and targeted at men and their perceived wrong doing.
Several stories here in long form. Jana Hocking meets the wall, Chuck Liddell is either stupid or a liar, never take a cheater back, Biologist censored on social media for showing study men are stronger than women, Paternity tests continue to grow because men don't trust women and Why women love emotionally unavailable men.
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I could put this in meme's but I think it's important to share a great father and son moment. I had fun moments like this with my family and it's something I think young people seriously miss out on. Simple memories like this last forever even though it seems silly and irrelevant at the time.
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A little bit of this, a little bit of that. Lots of news topics to cover across the board but I think all are worth discussing.
A bit of a scattered video, but I want to address men and losing their emotional awareness, Fresh and Fit's fallout due to losing control of their emotions and how Rich Cooper from Entrepreneurs In Cars calls me out (in the correct logical way) and a response to that.
Man is voted prettiest woman in pageant
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I'm 56. I married at 24 and at that point, my personal concrete began to solidify. I bought a house, built a comfortable life for my wife and I, and we had a son together (He's in college now). My state of affairs pretty much became fixed; set in place at the wedding. I didn't belong to me anymore.
My wife divorced me last year. She has a fiancé now. I met a nice lady shortly after my ex served me papers, and we spent a wonderful year together. We broke up a couple of months ago, after she started pressuring me to marry her. On to the next one. I like women but will never marry again.
Thankfully, my cement has liquified again. However, I spent the better part of three decades stuck in a place that ended up being a nightmare, and half of everything I'd been able to accumulate went to my ex. The only saving grace is that I have a great kid that I love, and he loves me.
To you younger guys out there, please think about the possible long-term consequences of marriage before ...