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An Easy Way to Get More Hits on Your Blog

If you have a self-hosted WordPress site, here’s a little trick you can use to increase your internal site traffic by about 10-20 percent with little to no effort on your part. I suppose Blogger and WordPress.com users can also use it, but it’s more difficult and cumbersome for them. 1. Install the Yet Another […]

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To Travel Hopelessly: A TEFL Memoir by English Teacher X

This is a brief but hilarious collection of travel stories, detailing how English Teacher X actually became English Teacher X; he had been backpacking around the world and didn’t want to go home. Starting from his early days in Bangkok, ETX’s strange career takes him to Seoul to New York City back to Thailand, and […]

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The Columbine Pilgrim by Andy Nowicki

The Columbine Pilgrim is one of those books that is viscerally disgusting and shocking, yet at the same time, you’re thankful for reading it because it fills you with hope. Just a glimmer of hope, but it’s there. I should warn you though: this book is not for the squeamish. I described Andy Nowicki in my Considering […]

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The Return of Comments

And lo and behold, the king emerged from his castle to declare that the comment section would once again be open to all. The crowd erupted in cheer, with men dancing in the streets and young women fainting from joy. The olden days were back. No, but seriously, I’ve realized that closing comments was a […]

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The Night I Was Raped

I hesitated to write this post because of the terrible memories that it brought surging forth and the ridicule it will no doubt generate. Whenever a man says he was raped, everyone always tells him that he was “asking for it” or that he made a bad decision: pure victim blaming. Well, I’m standing tall […]

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Brains & Brawn: A 30-Day Challenge by Robert Koch

Robert is the man behind 30 Days to X, the best blog that many of you have probably never heard of. 30 Days to X has a very simple premise: each month, Robert picks a skill he wants to master and spends the next thirty days working on it, inspiring his audience to do the same by […]

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Why Can’t I Use a Smiley Face? Stories from One Month in America by Roosh V

Hallelujah, praise Jesus! Those of us who were hoping that Roosh would write another memoir have had our prayers answered with Why Can’t I Use a Smiley Face? While it’s not the epic adventure that A Dead Bat in Paraguay was, Smiley Face is a demonstrable improvement over 30 Bangs and a poignant tale in its own right. As the subtitle […]

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Why I Deleted My YouTube Videos

If you’ve bothered to notice, I’ve removed all the videos I’ve recorded from my YouTube account. Don’t worry, it wasn’t because I was censored by feminists or something, it was for personal reasons. 1. I don’t benefit enough from recording them to make them worth it. Because I don’t live alone, I have to wait […]

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Guide to Teaching English Abroad by English Teacher X

English Teacher X is precisely what the name implies: an English teacher. Between him recounting stories of boozing, whoring and drug abuse, he has some serious wisdom to impart on teaching the language overseas. To this effect, like with Andy Nowicki’s books, I’m re-reviewing all of ETX’s releases for the next few weeks, starting with […]

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Bogota Brothel Tours: A Brief Career in Colombia’s Sex Trade by Colin Post

Colin Post is easily one of my favorite travel bloggers, and it’s a shame he doesn’t get more play in the manosphere. His blog Expat Chronicles, detailing his adventures in Colombia and other parts of Latin America, has a great mix of entertaining stories and useful info. Now he’s busted out with his first book, a […]

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