Turn off the TV and exit your house this fall

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It is easy to leave your house or apartment during the summer. The weather is great and there is nothing on TV.

Then the fall comes and there are new TV shows and football. You can always make the excuse to yourself to stay home in order to watch TV rather than go sarge.

I had this problem myself.

A few years ago I lived in Eau Claire, Wisconsin and I watched “The O.C.” every week with one of the girls I was seeing. I also used to watch college football with a wing before we went to the bars and sarged. I quit seeing the girl and my wing got married and moved. I myself moved to Milwaukee and didn’t know anyone. I found myself watching “The O.C.” and college football in my apartment by myself for nostalgic reasons. It made me remember the good times I had the year before and forget the loneliness I was feeling at the time.

I found myself buying DVDs of teen angst shows like “One Tree Hill” and “Dawson’s Creek”. These are shows teenage girls watch. Why the hell was I watching them?

Rather than leaving my apartment and developing relationships with women in my life I was instead staying home and watching these shows. I was living my life vicariously through fictional characters such as Dawson Leery and Lucas Scott. When I watched an episode where Dawson and Joey had a fight, the next day I went to work and felt like shit. It was like I had a fight with my girlfriend. How fucking pathetic is that!

I had my breakthrough last November. It was then that I finally opened my eyes and realized I needed to change my life in many ways.

I needed to stop resorting to watching TV, movies, and reading books to compensate for the lack of action, adventure and female interaction in my life. When I was bored or lonely instead of watching Netflix I instead went to local coffee shops, malls, bars and clubs and went sarging. If I felt like my 9-to-5 cubicle job was monotonous and my life was blah, I hoped on my mountain bike and hit a trail or hoped in my car and drove to some city or event that I never been to.

Watching TV is easy. It is comfortable. Exit your comfort zone and force yourself to do the extra work and you will reap the rewards in return. You will meet new wings and women.

I find myself still at times watching excessive TV, surfing the internet and wasting time doing stuff that is to no benefit to me. I need to work on this more myself.

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  • Bobby Rio
    September 20th, 2007 at 8:27 pm

    The internet is my vice. I’m not worrying about it in turns of meeting women. I have a couple girls on call and at my age thats enough. But its fucking up my career goals.

    Im here reading this blog and posting about getting laid when I should be worried about making money.

    But as he said in the movie “the tao of steve” Once you figure out how to get laid you lose all desire to be rich.”

    So true. On a positive TV note… I am looking forward to the premier of the Office next week.

  • Mack Tight
    September 21st, 2007 at 12:29 am

    Whoaaaaa, I did not mean reading my blog is wasting your time :) Watching mindless YouTube videos of guys getting nut shots and guys who look like girls whining about leaving Britney Spears alone is.

    When I talk about my breakthrough I made last November, evaluating my money situations was another result of it.

    I had over $10,000 in a checking account making 3/4 of a percent interest and I had two mutual funds where I lost half my money in them because they were bullshit load funds that sucked.

    I knew these were shitty before but like with women, I was too fucking lazy to get off my ass and spend the man hours to fix the problem.

    I exited my comfort zone in January and closed the mutual funds and took the remaining money and the excess money in my check book and put it in a high yield savings account which makes 5.3%. A few hours worth of work easily made me $500 a year. Next Tuesday I am meeting with a commissioned broker who I trust and will start some new investments.

    I also opened a no load Roth IRA with Vanguard in April and contributed the $4000 allowed for 2006 along with $1000 for 2007, something I should have been doing a long time ago.

    I also recently started interviewing for a better job. I truly hate sending out resumes and interviewing but I could easily be making at least $10,000 a year more elsewhere.

    I finally started eSeduce.com after owning the domain name for five fucking years.

    Learning how to be successful with women has taught me that it takes getting off your ass and doing a lot of hard work to put yourself in a better position. You need to discipline yourself. This is the same with making money and getting into physical shape (another change I made recently).

    I do not know how much you are making from TheSeductionBible.com but so far I haven’t made a dime from this blog. If I am not making at least $20 an hour for the time I’m putting into this blog come January 2008; I will quit this blog.

    As far as The Office, I am also a huge fan of the American version and the original British series. I watch the show and wish my office was as interesting as that office. I wish I had my own Jim/Pam relationship and a hot girlfriend working three desks over that I can go over and fondle when my eyes get sore from staring at my computer screen. It is like how Boston Legal makes being a lawyer look so glamorous and Grey’s Anatomy makes being a nurse or doctor look awesome. Most people on these shows are overly attractive and they fuck each other like rabbits. This sadly isn’t realistic in such professional environments.

    These shows are there for people who live boring lives to easily escape their ho-hum realities for a few hours each night instead of taking the harder steps to make their realities less lame.

    That may sound harsh and I still occasionally watch TV but I know too many friends, co-workers, and family members who are TV junkies. You should be talking about your own sexual conquest that you made the night before during Friday’s lunch hour and not that of Dr. Meredith Grey’s.

    It’s casual,
    Mack Tight

  • Bobby Rio
    September 21st, 2007 at 9:29 am

    Making money off your blog will take some time. We do alright but trust me we worked for free for a long time…

    I agree about Tv… i went on a date with a girl maybe a year and half ago who during the course of the conversation told me she is recording six different shows while she was out with me…. Needless to say that was the last I went out with her. If someone’s life is so empty that there are 6 six shows they religiously watch on a Tuesday night alone.. I smell problems.

  • Mack Tight
    September 21st, 2007 at 10:16 am

    I’m glad to hear you are doing alright financially with your blog. You definitely deserve it. It does give me some hope that my hard work might eventually pay off.

    6 shows a night?!? When would you find the time to watch all of them?

    I used to buy all these TV seasons on DVD when they were on sale. I had stupid shows like Saved by the Bell, 21 Jump Street, Alf, The Facts of Life, Dallas, and The Dukes of Hazzard just to name a few.

    I realized spending 16 hours of my short life to watch the first season of some shitty 80’s show was completely asinine.

    The same went for video games. I do not have 40 hours to beat Resident Evil 4 on the Game Cube. I would get nothing from it and just be wasting my time.

    I sold over a $1000 worth of DVDs, video games and CDs in the past year.

    I still haven’t watched the last few episodes of season 3 or any of season 4 of Entourage. I used to feel like a kid on Xmas morning when that show aired on Sunday nights a year ago.

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