Two more weeks to flatten the curve, a phrase we all heard so much when this all began. Yet, two more weeks have turned into forever now. Those of us who are somewhat impartial or not completely partial to one side have seen how the pandemic has transformed beyond just a virus and physical illness.… Continue reading The pandemic of the self-righteous
So I am going to share something with all of you that will make half of you stop reading my blog ever again, I am not vaccinated. Earlier in the year, I got COVID-19 and this was before the vaccine was FDA-approved. By the time I wanted to get it, even before approval, I was… Continue reading Inside the mind of a guy facing termination if he doesn’t get vaccinated
A lot of my readers, even those working remote, are facing a situation where if they do not get vaccinated then they will lose their jobs. Almost all big companies are starting to comply with the mandate and push for all employees to present proof of vaccination or lose their jobs. I am facing this… Continue reading To everyone facing termination if they don’t get vaccinated.
A couple of months ago, I made the decision to leave NYC after being opposed to the mandates that were being implemented. Not long after leaving NYC, I arrived in a state where the governor is aggressively pushing back against restrictions and mandates. Now my experience is quite limited for right now and this may… Continue reading Observations of life in a state without a lot of COVID restrictions.
A little more than a year has passed since the lockdowns were first announced in NYC over the pandemic and little did I know looking back that it was just the start. At first, a lot of us enjoyed the privilege of working from home and no longer having to get up early on a… Continue reading Why Manhattan happily complied
As the weekend draws to a close, I wanted to get back to using the weekends to talk more about Astrology. Unfortunately, my weekends have been quite busy and quite overwhelming in September but come October it should calm down a bit more. I have long been wanting to get into astrology more on this… Continue reading Astrocartography: Life on the Jupiter line.
For those of you who live in NYC, you are now slowly adjusting to the reality that all indoor activities whether it is restaurants, gyms or nightclubs are going to require a proof of vaccination. I don't think that this is going to go away anytime soon and will likely stick around for years to… Continue reading What impact will proof of vaxx have on nightlife and social outings?
For those of you who had the chance to read about my decision to quit the party lifestyle recently, I thought I'd share even more on why it is tougher to meet women in that lifestyle. Now once again, I define this lifestyle as not exactly going out and drinking. I highly recommend men go… Continue reading Why it is actually harder to meet new women when you live the party lifestyle.
I hope all of my readers had a great weekend and have a lot of fun things to look forward to this week. Given that the weekend just ended, I thought I'd share something we all do on weekends whether habitually or time to time. When I first arrived in NYC, I would go out… Continue reading Why I walked away from the partying and drinking lifestyle.
As those of you who know my story or have come across it spread across many posts, you know that I was never the popular frat boy type in college or even in any fraternities despite going to a school where it was big. When you go to school down south, Greek Life is about… Continue reading The night I learned the reality about Fraternity Life.
Every now and then, you will get a report released highlighting gender ratios and what cities are best for men versus women when it comes to dating. A number of guys will move to a certain city only because they feel like it can change their dating life whether it is due to having more… Continue reading Don’t focus on what city is best for dating.
Now that I told you guys my story of having gone to Montreal, I thought I'd do a breakdown. For future posts, I might just do it all in one story and see how that goes if it is not long enough. Reflecting back. Maybe we went to Montreal on a bad weekend given that… Continue reading An honest breakdown on Montreal.