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  • On 23 Apr 2014 in Millionaire liberal women prefer conservative partners in a relationship, dodgerfanjohn said:


    Women do not like, as a female acquaintance of mine put it, "little bitch boys".

    All it means is that women want a strong man and theres no surprise that high income or wealthy women want the same thing.

    I'll note that its not necessarily physical prowess, but often beliefs, conviction, confidence.....most women want a man who will be a stalwart and companion, not some wimpy dude.

    No woman wants a wimp except the few shrews that feel compelled to browbeat a man.

    Theres a reason that when I lived in DTLA it leaned something like 95% Democrat and it was very easy to bang girls whose boyfriends lived with them. They had zero respect for the wimpy liberal hipsters they were living with.

  • On 22 Apr 2014 in Las Vegas home prices continue steady surge, dodgerfanjohn said:

    Why are banks still holding back Las Vegas homes from being sold?

  • On 21 Apr 2014 in Gen X is Sick of Your BS, dodgerfanjohn said:

    Waitingtobuy says

    Dan8267 says

    The 1990s was an economically great time. Since Bush II took office, the economy has been in the crapper.

    Not exactly. I remember 1993 and 1994 well. About 50% of my MBA class (Top 25 school) took about 5-6 months to find work. It wasn't as rosy as described.

    Admittedly a marginal business school(cal poly pomona) but I do know that most of the people who graduated when I did(mid 90's) either stayed in their job at Home Depot or worked for Enterprise which is basically the shittiest professional level job one can get with a BS in Business Administration. It took me about 4 months to find a decent job. Most people I graduated with made hay later in the 90's and then during the boom in the economy in Orange County starting around 1999(eventually something sick like 2.5% unemployment.)

    I was bright enough to start taking civil service tests in the late 90's due to the urging of a friend and haven't looked back. Most of my Gen X brethren have not fared so well.

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