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So, I’m Looking At Buying An Apartment In Ukraine…

I’ve started the actual research process of buying a place here, mostly for investment, more than anything else, and because I have too much money just sitting around in checking/savings accounts getting absolutely nothing. I went and saw five places last week, a few in the center, and a few in the suburbs. It was […]

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The 1 Step To Not Be Retarded With Women

Reader David, freshly off a recent trip to Ukraine, wrote in response to my recent email (read it here) about “Caesar” from the “90 Day Fiance” show… That is quite funny. Is it possible that message was actually from Caesar? After all, maybe he has spent all on his money on a fictional girlfriend, and […]

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Sex and Sales

A while back, I got an email from a reader who compared dating/girls/game to sales pitches in the business world: His email read… “Anyone with strong game should be able to write interesting dialogue for any product. Game is nothing more than a sales pitch. Strong game should mean strong sales even if the product […]

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California Women Are Not The End All, Be All

Yesterday, I linked out the 10 More Reasons California Is Overrated post to Twitter. And, I got this response to it…pointing out that California women are the best in the world, there’s great business to be had, and obviously, the weather and outdoors options are great. I want to break down all parts of this, and […]

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10 More Reasons Why California Is Overrated

From my epic and ever-popular “24 Reasons to Leave California” post… It seems more and more people are getting fed up with the general situation in California. Even those who have spent their entire lives there and beginning to realize that California is simply overrated. It’s simply just out of control, between the raging socialist, […]

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Don’t Meet Women This Way

In response to my recent “Ukraine is life changing” email a few days ago, reader Matt had a comment that is worth considering… While I know some folks who have traveled to Ukraine for the first time solo, I highly recommend connecting with somebody who has experience with the place for the first trip. There […]

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Work, Women, Life, Dogs and Patience

I’ve wrapped up my first week with the addition of a new, three-month-old Pembroke Corgi in my life (do note: not him in the photo above), and I have to say…it’s been eye opening. First off, the amount of work — it is a lot, and there is really no denying that. But, secondly — […]

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#14: Eastern Europe With The Founder of RussianDict.net

In today’s episode, Kyle talks with Chris, the founder of RussianDict.net. As Kyle gets deeper and deeper into his Russian studies, tools like this are of immense help. He and Chris discuss Chris’ travels in Ukraine and other parts of the world, how and why he started RussianDict, and what the future holds for the […]

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