Monthly Archives: July 2010

Some thoughts on camouflage

I’ve always wondered what the good characteristics of a good camouflage pattern are. I’m no expert but here are some of my thoughts on camouflage: WHAT CAMOUFLAGE TRIES TO ACHIEVE I always thought camouflage tries to achieve two things: It … Continue reading

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The ‘American censorship’

Over the years there’s become something which I jokingly call the ‘American censorship’.  How I came up with it is sort of interesting.  It came about as I was studying cold war history.  Oddly, I found myself envious when I … Continue reading

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Some thoughts on the ‘nice guy’ and shyness

There are many ideas of what the ‘nice guy’ is.  We could probably write a book on the different theories.  But I’ve found that many guys spoken of as a ‘nice guy’ are really suffering from a mild form of … Continue reading

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Chivalry and romance created a false image of the female!

I was always struck how, in the old historic records, females are often described as manipulative, scheming, underhanded, controlling, and often violent people.  They often pitted people against each other to get their way, lying and starting rumors, among other … Continue reading

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Is dating nothing but brown-nosing the female?

Some time ago I had a conversation with a friend of mine who has also had problems with girls, never married, and says he probably won’t.  He made an interesting statement.  He said that girls probably don’t like him because … Continue reading

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Is the modern world destroying the male?

A feeling I’ve had for many years now is that the modern world is destroying the male.  I’ve compared it to acid eating away at the male, slowly, bit by bit, destroying his meaning, power, use, and influence in society.  … Continue reading

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The question of female identity

Way back in the 80’s I used to think that only males had identity problems.  At that time, it seemed that females didn’t have any identity problems.  By the late 90’s I began to see that the females actually were … Continue reading

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Feminism and menstruation

Here’s a thought I often have (that you might find interesting) . . . Way back in the mid-late 80’s I got my first confrontation with the ‘modern female’:   feminism, and all that crap.  I was appalled.  A bunch of … Continue reading

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The ‘Imposing Elements’

There is something that I call the ‘Imposing Elements’.  They are the ones who Impose themselves onto the world.  This means they walk into other lands and people and literally ‘push’ themselves onto them, whether they like it or not. … Continue reading

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Do American girls wear the ‘veil’?

You might find this interesting.  About 10 or so years ago I had a conversation with one of my co-workers.  He was from the Middle East.  I talked to him about a number of things, including how girls wear ‘veils’.  … Continue reading

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