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- Mr. David Lynch "hiphopopotamus" - aka The Emotional Cripple's guide to picking up chicks!Are you scared of other people? Does the thought of talking to an attractive girl make you s*** your pants? Do you sometimes have suicidal thoughts? Then you need "Rules of the game"!
Or do you? Surely if one is so crippled by fear and insecurity that the thought of rejection by a woman fills one with a kind of mortal dread then a far more pertinent question would be "How the hell did I get this screwed up?"
A clue to the answer to this can be found in Neil's dedication at the start of the book-"To your mother and father. Feel free to blame them for everything that's wrong with you, but don't forget to give them credit for everything that's right". Mmm....seeing as its our earliest interactions with our parents that shape our ideas about love and who we are most profoundly I wouldn't be in such a hurry to shower them with thanks if they left you in the unenviable position of having to, as a grown man, resort to books like these just to try and get some small amount of attention from women. In fact I would even go so far as to say that if they did then they as parents failed you-utterly. That is the central truth which is missing from this book and all those like it.
Want to be successful with women(or anything else)? Here's my advice: stop wasting your emotional energy protecting those who failed you. See them for who they are, mourn what you lost and then move on-for good. And don't imagine that any woman can ever replace what your parents failed to give you because it just doesn't work that way. If we face the truth about the past then we can finally free ourselves from it. If we don't then we will never be free of it and all the self-help books in the world won't make a hape of the difference.
- AntonGorodetsky - Nice, but not essential, upgrade from Windows 7The traditional desktop has some nice incremental improvements over Windows 7. The best is the new ribbon interface for Windows Explorer. I thought I would miss the Aero theme, but I think the new look is cleaner and more modern. And the new Task Manager is great as well.
As for the start menu (or lack thereof), I couldn't live without it. I downloaded "Start8" almost immediately and I'm glad I did. The new start screen was hard to get used to. I had already installed the 90-day Enterprise trial from Microsoft to see if I would like the final changes (mainly the loss of Aero). I spent about 4 days trying to get used to the start screen before I found out that you can right-click in the bottom left-hand corner and bring up a menu with some shortcuts. That helped a lot, but it wasn't enough. Then I found Start8 and made peace with Windows 8 immediately. There's free alternatives as well, but I think the OS definitely needs a Start Menu. Over the past two months I've come to use the start screen a little, and I finally organized my tiles into named groups. I don't configure it to boot directly to the desktop, but I still go to the desktop immediately about 95% of the time.
I should also mention that I did install a few apps from the Windows App store, but I never launch them. Ever. I think the App store is useless on a desktop machine. Maybe a touchscreen laptop would benefit, though a tablet would be the best fit. The good news is that it's easy enough to ignore it and still live on the desktop. We'll see if "Windows Blue" changes that.
I bought the physical (retail) upgrade from Amazon rather than Microsoft's digital download because I wanted both 32bit and 64bit editions.
In short, I upgraded the first week Windows 8 was released and I'm still quite happy with it.