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A Future Elliot Rodgers

I was talking to my little sister tonight, who is currently in her sophomore year of college. She told me a story, and there’s not much more that I can do other than hope that the young man involves in this situation stumbles across my blog someday. Little sis, help a guy out. But he […]

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The True Economic Implications Of Ebola

If you’ve been living under a rock lately, you might have missed that Ebola has made its way inside of the continental United States. Maybe you’ve been living under that rock because you’re terrified of Ebola. I literally just remembered I actually wrote about Ebola two months ago. Funny enough, I used the same “under […]

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Inspirational Movies To Give You A Kick In The Ass

While browsing my extensive movie collection tonight (i.e. clearing my hard drive), I went through and made a note of the movies that really inspired me. Whether that be fitness, money, or just general ass kicking, here’s a few that stood out against the rest. Most of them are relatively recent. In no particular order: Argo […]

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Blogging Isn’t Easy

I first started writing This Is Trouble in July of 2013, and I couldn’t wait to get started. Now, nearly a year and a half into this journey, I find myself struggling to keep up with it. Unfortunately this is not an occasional lack of motivation, but rather a consistent unwillingness to put the time into […]

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5 Lies All Women Say

As your game becomes more honed in over time, you start to develop a fine sense for simply tuning women out. You learn how to appear vastly intrigued by whatever incessant babble is coming from her mouth, whilst at the same time artfully moving the seduction forward with your body language and your knowledge of what […]

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A Fucked Up, But Probably Effective, Idea To Get Girls

While I’m in the middle of my move from San Diego to Los Angeles, I’m still dealing with breaking my lease in San Diego. I gave my notice mid-September, and my landlord wanted the following: – $800 for October’s rent (already paid) – $800 for all of November’s rent – Keep my $800 deposit – Additional […]

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Tips On Rolling Solo In Vegas

Recently, a good friend/student of mine told me he was rolling solo to Vegas soon after a change of plans. After giving him a few tips, I’ve decided to elaborate it into an actual post for his benefit as well as the rest of my readers. I’ve enjoyed reasonable success in Vegas; granted I’ve only […]

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