Alpha Game

Won't you please help?

Alpha Game
Feb. 28, 2018, 1:17 a.m.

Corporate orbiters

"Chloe Kim was hangry. The snowboarder hadn't finished her breakfast and now, halfway through the Olympic halfpipe competition, she was regretting it.

So she did what many 17-year-olds might do: She tweeted. "Wish I finished my breakfast sandwich but my stubborn self decided not to and now I'm getting hangry," she wrote from Pyeongchang, South Korea.
Alpha Game
Feb. 22, 2018, 12:41 p.m.

Poor innocent woman!

Modern feminism has made life increasingly ridiculous.

Women are strong and empowered, stronger than any man, capable of forging their own way in life!

Until they're afraid of losing their jobs, then they'll trade the boss sexual favors to stay employed.

This except from a story on Steve Wynn supposedly chasing a grandmother almost - almost - made me laugh out loud:

“You have so many new and young girls to choose from, and you know having sex with you makes me feel terrible,” the unidentified grandmother told Wynn, according to the sworn statement from ...
Alpha Game
Feb. 5, 2018, 10:13 p.m.

She wants someone who is already wanted

Who could have predicted this?

"Women find men more attractive once they find out he is desired by others, a new study suggests. Published in the journal Scientific Reports, researchers from the Universities of St Andrews, Durham and Exeter believe that a man is given an “attractiveness boost” when he is desired by other women. This is because he is perceived to be more kind, faithful and a better father. The study tested the idea of mate copying – where a person is preferred as a future romantic partner simply because they have relationship experience – by ...
Alpha Game
Jan. 31, 2018, 12:29 a.m.


Alpha Game
Jan. 27, 2018, 1:08 p.m.

It's the wrong kind of tough

On my last post, Robert Browning commented:

"You are wrong. This guy is very tough. The is as tough as nails. He took an oath. He mad a promise. And no matter what hell or torment his wife put him through this guy is going to keep his word to the day he dies and stay loyal and true."

Yes, sticking to your marriage vows, come hell or high water, is tough. It is honorable. It is absolutely what a man should do.

Oftentimes you see the refrain of "dump the bitch!" or "time to trade in ...
Alpha Game
Jan. 24, 2018, 2:07 p.m.

Literally not sleeping together

This fellow argues that sleeping single in a double bed is a sure sign of trouble:

"Is there another room in the home which provides for a more natural setting for a couple’s intimacy than their own bedroom and particularly their bed? Just walking into another person’s boudoir makes me uneasy, it’s their sanctuary and their holy of holies, and not for random strangers. The bedroom is where lives are made and secrets told. There are few other places where a couple can be so open with each other or where they can more ...
Alpha Game
Jan. 17, 2018, 10:51 p.m.

The cost of convergence

This is a good look at the problem with Google over at Men of the West:

"Convergence is a major problem in the Western world, arguably the major problem. Because inevitably, as an entity becomes more converged, its core reason for existing becomes increasingly neglected or even actively suppressed. For example, English police and social services – the people whose job it is to protect children –  allowed 1,400 little white girls to be raped, beaten and tortured by Muslims over a 15 year period. That’s not 1,400 little girls in total across England, that’s just in ...
Alpha Game
Jan. 12, 2018, 11:45 p.m.

Keynote Speaker At Biblical Manhood Conference Definitely Wearing Women’s Pants

"INDIANAPOLIS, IN—The keynote speaker at the God’s Design for Biblical Manhood Conference was definitely wearing a pair of women’s pants, sources attending the event confirmed Wednesday.

Clad in a form-fitting cashmere sweater with plunging neckline, oversized glasses, and pants that looked like they were designed for a 14-year-old girl, the speaker gave a 45-minute talk on what it meant to be a “real man of God.”

“God has specifically set up gender roles so that we can relate to each other as men and women as He designed,” he said, ...
Alpha Game
Jan. 6, 2018, 11:03 p.m.

When the carousel ends

Something is missing:

"In my years of semi-voluntary celibacy, I have several friends who have been in multiple relationships, some of them quite passionate and committed, but with barely a pause in between each one. 

The immediate sense of loss after a relationship is painful, but at least there’s a word for it: heartbreak. I have no simple way to describe the slow, dull ache of separation from physical and emotional intimacy after years without it. To roll on the floor drunk-sobbing about being single at this point would be ludicrous. It would also be absurd, ...
Alpha Game
Jan. 3, 2018, 3:56 p.m.

The curse of female "success"

Success is rarely as wonderful as reported:

Debi Thomas, the best African-American figure skater in history, couldn't find her figure skates. She looked around the darkened trailer, perched along a river in a town so broke even the bars have closed, and sighed. The mobile home where she lives with her fiance and his two young boys was cluttered with dishes, stacks of documents, a Christmas tree still standing weeks past the holiday.
"They're around here somewhere," she murmured three times. "I know I have a pair," she continued, before trailing off.

"Because — what did I ...
Alpha Game
Jan. 2, 2018, 1 p.m.

The sociosexuality of Die Hard: a very scientific analysis

'Tis the season when all good men watch Die Hard.

After It's a Wonderful Life with the family, of course.

Watching John McClane again this year with the sociosexual hierarchy in mind, it's pretty obvious why this guy appeals to us. He loves his family, he's imperfect, he stands up to the bad guys and gets things done when they need doing. He's an everyman kind of a character, with a little extra wisecracking to make him likeable.

Alpha Game
Dec. 28, 2017, 7:56 p.m.

Explaining the "strong female leadership" in The Last Jedi

Steve (The Dark Ninja of Mockery) writes:

Remember, The Last Jedi was written by this guy: 

Who (apparently without being coerced) married this woman: 

Alpha Game
Dec. 26, 2017, 2:33 p.m.

A shot of emotions with a rationalization chaser

This was all too predictable:

Again and again, Eric’s explanation of various predicaments sounded plausible to Debby as well as to her parents, who were helping her run the family’s business.

“The story was so compelling that you would never, ever think it was fake,” said her father, Jack Butz, a retired dentist. “She’s not the kind of girl you could slip things over on.”

Online, Eric introduced Debby to his 10-year-old son, Kenny, who lived with his widowed sister, Mary, in England.

“There were times when I would have three online conversations going on ...
Alpha Game
Dec. 23, 2017, 11:26 p.m.

SJWs claim a scalp

 Someone should have read a certain book:

"On Thursday, Papa John's announced that founder John Schnatter would step down as CEO. 

Schnatter will be replaced by the company's current president Steve Ritchie. 

Schnatter sparked controversy in November when he slammed NFL leadership over the ongoing national anthem protests. 

"Leadership starts at the top, and this is an example of poor leadership," CEO John Schnatter said in a call with investors. 

The CEO's statements quickly inspired backlash on the left and support on the right. The white supremacist website The Daily Stormer even posted an ...
Alpha Game
Dec. 21, 2017, 10:53 p.m.

Don't listen to your mom

Roissy shares a story:

I’m standing in the cashier line.
A young (late teens, early 20s) couple are ahead of me.
Did not see a ring on her.
Dorky man, bombshell blonde.
He doesn’t look like he has a lot of money.
Still, there they are, she’s all over him.
WTF I wonder.
At register, cashier tells dork the total.
He motions to blondie, “Nope, she’s buying.”
He walks off as she’s paying.
She pays, skips after him, all smiles.
Yup, mystery solved, I say to myself.

Mothers (and Churchian marriage gurus) often tell their ...
Alpha Game
Dec. 20, 2017, 2:16 p.m.

Eminem cranks up the cringe

President Trump's alpha dominance brings gammas out of the closet like mentioning creationism triggers Facebook atheist sperg-outs. 

The president ignored Eminem's vocal temper tantrum at the BET Hip-Hop Awards and Eminem can't let it go. 

Alpha Game
Dec. 18, 2017, 11:05 p.m.

I'm not seeing the problem here

Max Roscoe is concerned about sexual harassment hysteria:

"Other prominent men who lost their careers after allegations of sexual groping or harassment include comedian Louis C.K., who invited women to his private room where he masturbated in front of them. 

Louis, known for his “Everything is Amazing and No One Cares” routine, had some funny jokes in his early work, but now is deemed completely unworthy of using his comic talent, as his recent film project was cancelled days before its scheduled screening, scheduled TV interviews were cancelled, and Netflix cancelled his upcoming comedy special. 

Because ...
Alpha Game
Dec. 17, 2017, 12:05 a.m.

The Lion


My shot at the characters:

The producer in the middle: Delta.

He's the normal guy, trying to make everyone happy and do his job, not rocking the boat too much. Guys like this are good employees but not great bosses.

Vince the voiceover pro: Alpha/Sigma.

He works for himself but is here to get the job done. His irritation at the situation is obvious - the producer should be running more interference on his behalf, instead of trying to please everyone. ...
Alpha Game
Dec. 15, 2017, 12:25 a.m.

Worse than unbelievers

I heard of a very good, decent family who regularly shared how they were called to have "an open house." They hosted events, had people over for lunch, and enjoyed great discussions around the table with interesting people. All decent things to do.

Yet their desire to be hospitable went farther than it should have. They also rented a room to a foreign college student (they viewed this as a ministry opportunity), took in homeless men and let people in need stay in their home for months or even years at a time.

And their children paid ...
Alpha Game
Dec. 13, 2017, 2:51 p.m.