Thursday, August 7, 2014

MGTOW Topics
Things for a Man Going His Own Way to think about.
First Rule: If someone says "man up," do not. It's a trap!

Ham Radio
Amateur radio can be the only way to communicate in times of disaster, when the cell towers, land lines, and roads are all out of service. Schtuff-Hits-The-Fan aside, ham radio is a pleasurable and challenging hobby for people from all walks of life. Ham is enjoyed by athletes in prime condition and quadriplegics, the old and the young, and men and women. It can be frugally cheap (under $100) or hideously expensive.
It is a challenge because one has to learn a body of material and pass tests on it. Everything needed is available for free or in book form. One must assemble and make radios work, or buy plug and play equipment. One must master the customs and courtesies of the hobby. Fear not, if you've read this far, you can do it.

Ham Resources
  • The American Radio Relay League (ARRL) is the national association for amateur radio, connecting hams around the U.S. with news, information and resources.
  • Gordon West books
  • Countless websites and YouTube videos (look 'em up).
These are merely a good start, and not the only ones by any means. I am using the Amazon link for my convenience. (MGTOW often means finding out things are not easy.) The books are widely available, new and used, from many sources.
Anything by
  • Ann Rand,
  • Robert H. Heinlein,
  • Poul Anderson.
The list goes on.

  • Lifeguard Rick the career lifeguard is like a hero of Greek myth, he suffers the torments and achieves the triumphs of his choice to be MGTOW despite the pressures to conform put upon him by lesser men and women.
  • If you ever wondered why some men remain single, then watch Susan Silverman's character in School Of Rock Just because she is drop dead gorgeous doesn't make marriage a good idea.

Can you get by for a month or so if a natural disaster cuts off your electricity and roads? Hint: You had better have a first aid kit, a pantry full of canned food, and a shed or garage full of tools.
Can you make a hobo stove to cook the canned food you cleverly stashed in your pantry?
  • Countless websites and YouTube videos (look 'em up).

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