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Give it to them double dirty

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Hey Guys—

I have shared, in this venue, the transcript of General George S.

Patton’s famous “speech,” the one George C Scott repeats in the
movie Patton.

It is, of course, not the same speech because the original Patton

speech was much dirtier, and delivered by General Patton in a
humorous tone, with a serious intent.

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You can read the Speech here:  >> Patton's "speech"

In this day and age it would send girlie men squealing in fright,

and craven politicians to the media to virtue signal but if you
are a real man, it motivates you to the core.  But there IS an
intellectual reason behind why Patton delivered the speech the
way he did and it is worth understanding.

Many people underestimated General Patton, thinking he was merely

lowbrow and vulgar, a bully of sorts.  But this is shallow
thinking—if you study Patton, you will see he was actually a true
intellectual, exceptionally well read on the subject of war, and
what makes men fight.  He was the only American fighting General
truly feared by the Germans, and with good reason.

If you read the write up, Patton says that when he wanted to make

a point with his men, he gave it to them “double dirty” so they
would remember it.  Patton knew that the human mind responds to
word pictures, and he knew the human mind responds to “dirty” word
pictures even more.  He knew that when a situation arose for a
soldier that required instant action (even a half second delay
meant death) he would instantly recall the “double dirty” word
picture, and act without delay.  Patton’s “double dirtiness” saved
the lives of many men.

In our day to day lives, we are not faced with instant life or

death situations, but we ARE faced with situations where we may
want an audience…especially a female audience of one… to remember
us and think about us when we are not present.

The way to do that is via language that evokes word pictures,

sometimes dirty word pictures, and on occasion, yes, even “double
dirty” word pictures.  The key is to follow General Patton’s
advice, and deliver them in a humorous fashion, in language that
is, at times, spoken in private amongst the audience.

If you can do this (and I certainly can) women will respond to you

and remember you, even if they dismiss other men who say “less
dirty” things as crass.  It creates a feeling of attraction, and
is something few other men can do well…but women love it.  Learn
to do it, and they will love you.

Oh, and if you read the end of the speech, “Then there's one thing

you men will be able to say when this war is over and you get back
home. Thirty years from now when you're sitting by your fireside
with your grandson on your knee and he asks, 'What did you do in
the great World War Two?' You won't have to cough and say, 'Well,
your granddaddy shoveled shit in Louisiana.' No sir, you can look
him straight in the eye and say 'Son, your granddaddy rode with
the great Third Army and a son-of-a-goddamned-bitch named George

Well, my granddaddy never sat me on his knee, but he most assuredly

rode with the great Third Army, and a son-of-a-goddamned-bitch
named George Patton.  It could be said that he was a son-of-a
goddamned-bitch himself, a battalion commander in the 4th Armored
Division (51st Armored Infantry Battalion), commanding over 700
other sons-of-goddamned-bitches.  And if that’s not a “double
dirty” word picture, I don’t know what is.

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On with the fun,

-John Alanis

“The King of Let ‘em Come to You”

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Art Of Steel, Inc.  
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