Repeat: Stating The Obvious 0301 – Book Discussion: Date-onomics, How Dating Became A Lopsided Numbers Game by Jon Birger – Part 1
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Greetings friends and enemies.
This Friday you get a repeat.
There was a perfect storm of:
- Me not sleeping and thus
- Sleeping late and
- Needing to go to the gym (where no one was resting on the squat rack for a change)
- And needing to go trail running (yes it was wonderful and I seen some cute girls)
- And needing to finish a photo edit
- And go to the bank
- And the library (that’s the place that has books – scary I know)
- And I have to work today pulling a late night gig.
Therefore you get a repeat.
The Stating of the Obvious will return on Monday.
It’s time for another book discussion series. Date-onomics, How Dating Became A Lopsided Numbers Game by Jon Birger is another example of a book which has good data, identifies real “problems” then comes up with stupid solutions inspired by statism and femistatism.
If summing up this book in one sentence it would be this:
What men need to change about themselves so they will be worthy of over 40 year old single women who spent all their youth on college, career and cock carousel but now want men to marry them.
More men than women means men have to compete for women. Thus more romance.
More women than men means women have to compete for men. Thus more sex.
This book has solid research and stupid conclusions. Jon Birger is a femisymp who thinks the world is populated with over 40 women who are beautiful. He (and the old women) also fail to understand that men don’t give a shit about a woman’s education or career.
A man who has his shit together has no interest in 40 year old career women. A man with his shit together can get a good woman. No. Your career and education don’t make you a good woman. The fact you don’t understand that is why you are single.
Stefan Molyneux and Jon Birger do some serious white knighting in this video. Go check out the comments on YouTube for additional laughs.
This new Random 16 feature is geat TGO! So, is this “Date-onomics” book similar to Clarey’s “Book of numbers”?
Yea, Date-onomics is rather like Book Of Numbers.
It will give you the same hopeless outlook when it comes to women.
I wonder how Clarey economically quantifies a toe-rolling orgasm to calculate his famous RoR priority. Taking about women, young Clarey said, publicly no less, that you are about to get “a ton of pussy”. Comments?