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The army ain't like it used to be

The words that get women into bed: Words That Get Women


Hey Guys—



There’s an old Army saying that, perhaps, some of you are familiar

with.  It goes, “the Army ain’t like it used to be, and it never
was.”  If you think about it, that statement applies to many things
people idealize from the past.


Here’s a particularly ridiculous example:  way back in 2000 I had

a former roommate who was dating a stripper, something I told him
was a bad idea.


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He said that, oh no, she’s not like all the other strippers, she’s

classy. In fact, when she started out, strip clubs weren’t anything
like the flesh markets they are today, they were very classy and
sophisticated.


Women would come out on stage in elegant ballroom gowns, move

artistically and erotically, then you could get a private dance
where she showed you even more of her artistic talent.


No shit, he said this to me with a straight face and he actually

believed it.  I told him that I could do math, and while I wasn’t
a strip club guy, I’d been to a few in the early 90’s with a buddy
who’d started going regularly in the late 80’s, and they were just
as sleazy then as they are today.


To coin a phrase, I told him, “the strip clubs just aren’t like

they used to be, and they never were.”   Eventually his “classy
stripper girlfriend” went batshit crazy as they all do, and he
learned his lesson and lost his stripper fantasies.


It is human nature to idealize the past, but it’s something you

must fight against.  Every political season, the idiot pundits
come out and decry all the negative advertising and the negative
campaign tones, implying that political campaigns were somehow
more “gentlemanly” in yesteryear.  It is, of course, nonsense…
politics has always been “negative” and underhanded, and one only
has to read Machiavelli’s writings from 1520 to see nothing has
changed at all and never will when it comes to human nature.


This idealization is also applied to women, such as pining for the

days when everyone got married and was blissfully happy, or women
loved nice guys and were virtuous and so on.


Don’t you dare believe it.  Human nature itself is unchanging,

although circumstances and civilization has improved dramatically
over the last 200 years.  That nature may manifest itself
differently, but the urges and drivers are still there.  There is
no ideal past, just as there is no ideal future.  What there is,
however, is your ability to understand human nature, and use it to
get the outcomes you want in your life.  That way the “good ol days”
will always be ahead of you, not an abstraction that never really
happened in your distant past.


The words that get women into bed: Words That Get Women



On with the fun…



-John Alanis

“The King of Let ‘em Come to You”


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