Drawk Kwast | The Alpha Male Advantage
IN THIS ISSUE:
1) GETTING ON THE JUICE
2) WHY MEN AND WOMEN CAN’T BE FRIENDS (VIDEO)
3) TWO VIRGINS’ AWKWARD KISS (VIDEO)
4) ALCOHOL AS A PLACEBO
5) INHALING SULFUR HEXAFLUORIDE (VIDEO)
6) SOMEBODY NEEDS TO PAY FOR ALL MY CHILDREN (VIDEO)
7) THIS IS WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU TRY ROBBING AN ULTIMATE FIGHTER (VIDEO)
I may not be one for New Year’s resolutions, but I am addicted to self-improvement. No, I’m not talking about steroids. I’m talking about fresh, raw, organic vegetable juice. I started juicing last month and now I’m addicted to it. As if you didn’t already know, one of the best things you can do for a healthy body is to stop eating artificial flavors, colors, and preservatives, and start eating vegetables… lots of vegetables. The quickest and most effective way to eat more vegetables is to load them into a juicer. It wouldn’t be easy to eat eight full-sized tomatoes at once, but when I load them into my juicer, I can drink all that nutrition inside of 10 seconds. Something most people don’t know about vegetables is that if they get too cold (from freezing), too hot (from cooking), or old (they must be fresh), the nutritional value escapes very quickly. As an example, when you boil vegetables in a pot, you boil all the nutrition right out of them. You’d be better off drinking the water left in the pot. You can get a decent juicer for about $100 from your local Walmart, Kmart, or shopping mall. Just remember, when you buy vegetables for it, buy only organic!
Answering the age-old question, young independent filmmakers Jesse Budd and Patrick Romero set out to simply prove a point.
This is why “saving yourself for marriage” is such a bad idea. Like any physical activity, it takes practice to get good at it. This is what it looks like when two people with zero practice try it for the first time together.
If you’ve been reading my books, you already know that the most powerful force in the universe is the belief that something is true. This article takes an interesting look at the placebo effect of alcohol. People tend to act the way they believe something will make them act.
I just had to include this in the newsletter simply because it’s the funniest thing I’ve seen in the last 30 days.
This is the story of a homeless lady with 15 kids who’s demanding that somebody (anyone other than her) pay for all her children’s expenses including food, shelter, and clothing. It proves that, in fact, some people are beyond help.
This is why you need martial arts. Situations like this turn from tragic to comical.
That’s it for now… Go make it happen!