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    I\'m afraid this manual is contradicting itself

    [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img] It is exactly the \"need-more-information\" approach it

    denies.
    Anyway, you really can\'t get anywhere by reading something. You have to step in the dog sh*t a few times

    before you learn where not to step and what not to do. Every blow of the chisel shapes the block, kinda.

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    I don\'t think it\'s excessively usefull in solving the problems, but

    it does point them out with some degree of usefulness.

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    </font><blockquote><font class=\"small\">Quote:</font><hr />
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    class=\"small\">Quote:</font><hr />
    I\'m afraid this manual is contradicting itself

    [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img] It is exactly the \"need-more-information\" approach it

    denies.
    Anyway, you really can\'t get anywhere by reading something. You have to step in the dog sh*t a few times

    before you learn where not to step and what not to do. Every blow of the chisel shapes the block, kinda.

    <hr

    /></blockquote><font class=\"post\">

    I don\'t think it\'s excessively usefull in solving the problems, but

    it does point them out with some degree of usefulness.

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    agreed,

    all the haters assume I am posting drivel on how to get laid, the whole point of this article (which came from the

    site I linked to before) was to point out there is some useful information there, and sure while it is a big sales

    pitch to buy whatever it is they are selling, there was some free information there to help pinpoint problems.

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    Just as the title

    of the post states \"Creative Avoidance\", maybe if some people read this, they might have caught #5...

    REASON

    #5: THEY SEEK ONLY \"INFORMATIONAL SOLUTIONS\"
    What does a smart guy do when he runs into a problem... or he

    needs to figure something out?
    He looks for INFORMATION to help him solve the problem.
    MORE INFORMATION is always

    the answer.
    Information is the friend of a smart guy.
    Got a strange virus on your computer? Just hop on the

    internet and search for how to eliminate it.
    Don\'t know how to change the alternator on your car? No prob. Just

    buy the manual and turn to page 147.
    Don\'t know the definition of a word? Open up your dictionary.
    MORE

    INFORMATION solves the problem.
    So what do smart guys do when it comes to overcoming a problem with women?
    They

    want MORE INFORMATION.
    They think the answer lies in learning just ONE MORE TECHNIQUE... or one more magic

    concept.
    Well what if there were a situation in life where the \"get more information\" strategy actually made

    things WORSE?
    How would you even know that it was making things worse?
    Now, I don\'t want to suggest that

    learning more about how to be successful with women is a bad thing. It\'s not.
    But if you have a problem that is

    EMOTIONAL or PHYSICAL in nature, then reading five million theories on it probably isn\'t going to help you very

    much.
    You need to get out in the real world and try some stuff!
    You need to look at the REAL problem... the ROOT

    of the problem.
    When it comes to women and dating, there\'s a very good chance that you have MORE than enough

    \"information\".
    Smart guys often use \"more information\" to distract them from TAKING ACTION.
    I\'ve heard

    this referred to as \"Creative Avoidance\".
    Nod silently if you\'ve ever figured out a creative way to avoid

    facing something in your life.
    Good, thank you.

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    Holy crap

    Bivonic, you have all this information down pat. Thank god you are a female loving pervert and not a child molesting

    pervert, \'cause now that would be scary, they would have bivonic child safety laws in every state....sorry I

    should lay off the alcohol. [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]

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