Monthly Archives: October 2011

Planning Irony

The Irony is that some women can still spend so much time and effort planning their wedding day or pay fortune for someone else to plan it. But when I mention planning for perfect relations, as well, they seem to … Continue reading

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Independent Observer

So what is it about me that makes me claim that I am an independent observer? Technically I have never been in a relationship other than an experimental one and so answer to no one. I have never received a … Continue reading

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Our Habit to Attack

I was talking to a woman recently and I told her about a poem that I wrote some 30 years ago when I was 21, and it went something like this: My knowledge of women is but a speck, and … Continue reading

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A True Entrepreneur

A true entrepreneur knows when to give up as well as what to start up

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Your 3 most Influential Books

What are the 3 most influential books that you have read in your life that have added to the way you think today? Please include yours in the comments below and share. My 3 are: 1. The Razor’s Edge by … Continue reading

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Free Speech II and Andrew Bolt on Wikileaks

It seems that the latest weapon by the right to allow their rants and right wing diatribe is to claim the that anyone that complains about their behaviour are eroding their rights to free speech. Andrew Bolt is the latest … Continue reading

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The Sum of Our Parts

When I tell people about Rethink Perfect, Why Relationships Fail, their first reaction seems to be that people and their relationships are too complicated to work out why their relationship fail and because “we are all different”. Well here is … Continue reading

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