"This list should be books to avoid (with exceptions to Michael Jackson and Jaime Oliver).
Pickup artist BS is...BS. I think most men here are more interested in building real relationships with women rather than just having sex with as many as…"
"If I had to recommend just one book, it would be Bill Bryson's 'A short history of nearly everything'. Mind you, it's a science and evolution based book, so parts of it might not be for the 'creationists' among us…"
"Completely agree. I started out reading his book in the mindset that 'this must be a laugh, just kiddin' around and such', and it quickly turned around in: 'This is a really vile peace of work, and this guy is actually proud of…"
"Disclaimer: I have fuck all to do with business, or the author.
Start It Up: Why Running Your Own Business is Easier Than You Think, Luke Johnson.
His column in the Financial Times is blunt and to the point, and not for the delusional. The book is…"
"You can also look it up on pod cast. The author tried to publish the books and no one would. So he pod cast them and after a million+ downloads he got a publishing contract. We got signed first addition for our son when he grows up."
"But the effects of 4chan's efforts are impacting more people than just 4chan. It may not exist "to serve anyone" but it does have some responsibility, especially if it's providing cover and a vehicle for racists online and…"
"I'm not really buying it. If it's a joke, it's only a joke for 4chan members. The rest of the real world only sees what people do with it, and that's getting pretty damn terrifying. Might be time for 4chan to examine it's…"
"Mic is the website I linked you to that broke the milk story.
There's always idiots on the fringe who take a joke seriously. But that doesn't mean it started as, and still primarily is, a joke. There are people who legitimately think meme…"
"Journaling, counseling, reading relevant books, ManKind Project, Codependents Anonymous, talking here or IRL, inner child work... if it's a big enough deal to merit it, try everything in sight til something works."
"I concur with salt. If it's a traumatic event we are discussing, then I would say take the steps you need to put it behind you. In other words, if you cannot alter it then it's probably best to drive on...just my humble opinion."