Live with Christian McQueen

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A few Rational Male updates to pass on here. I’m getting very close to publishing my third book – The Rational Male, Positive Masculinity, so needless to say April is already beginning to be a very hectic month for me. In addition to this, I’ve got several other business irons in the fire, both from a Red Pill perspective as well as my personal career, all of which are very exciting for me.

With the Private Man’s passing I had to stop and do a bit of introspection and self-evaluation. Andrew’s death occurred a day after my 49th birthday and I needed to take some time to ask myself what I want to do with the time I have remaining. One of the best things about The Rational Male is that the ideas I explore are both timeless and subject to the social winds of our time. That said, I don’t ever see a time where I’ll be slowing down from connecting the dots I do, but obviously I have only a very limited say in how long I’ll be doing this. I had asked Andrew to write the forward to my third book, but obviously fate had a different idea for the book. Needless to say I’ll be writing it myself now. I had wanted this section to be a sort of testimonial last message memorial to him, instead I’ll be dedicating the book to his memory. Both my books have become institutions in the manosphere and Red Pill awareness on whole. I had hoped this new one would be some kind of enduring obituary for Andrew.

In the five and a half years I’ve written this blog I have never taken a sabbatical longer than a week’s vacation time – hell, I even tee up two drafts just to keep things going on vacations. Making men Red Pill aware, evolving ideas, planning new ventures, and exchanging ideas with other men, has always been a life-mission for me. I never really planned it, it’s just something I feel like I need to do, but when a luminary like Private Man comes to an end, that’s when I have to take stock of things. The Red Pill, the sphere, unplugging men from their indenturement, my books, my presence is, I feel, the dent in the universe I, and other men are making at this time in human history.

So, with that, I’m happy to say I wont be slowing down any time soon. Steve Jobs was said to be even more motivated to making his dent in the cosmos after he’d accepted his own mortality. I’m very healthy now, I have a lot going on in my life and I see no reason not to continue doing what I do. I do however acknowledge my own mortality much more acutely these days. My wife’s brother died suddenly in his sleep back in 2011 at the age of just 39. No indication, no hypertension, no nothing. For all impressions the guys was very healthy, no alcohol, no smoking, etc., but one night he simply died (heart failure is what the coroner said). It’s incidents like this that keep me going.

In the coming year I have a lot planned for The Rational Male and Rollo Tomassi. I’ll be making a public appearance again; the first one in 2 years by the time I do. I’m more comfortable with being at least semi-public now, and while that wont change anything substantially for what I do, it does mean I’ll be less concerned showing my face. The third book will drop this month, or early in May, depending on when I finish the forward now. And Sam Botta assures me the audio for Preventive Medicine will be coming out in the next 2 months.

There is one big announcement I’ll be making tomorrow on my 4th podcast with Christian McQueen. I’ve had this in the works since October of 2016 and I’m happy to say it’s finally going to happen this year. As always, please use the comment thread here to ask me any questions you might like me to answer on the show tomorrow. We’ll be catching up and going at it like we always do. We’ll be recording around 12 noon PST.

Lastly, I’ll also be talking to Richard Cooper live on his own YouTube channel the following day, Saturday, April 8th. So if there’s anything on his show you’d like me to cover feel free to drop those questions here too.


 

The Christian McQueen interview can be accessed here. Fair warning, it is behind a paywall, but I feel it’s well worth Christian’s very marginal membership fee.

In Episode 78 of A Man In Demand Radio, I welcome the great Rollo Tomassi, an astute author and giant among men.

In this exclusive (3-hour) interview, we discuss everything from the Current State of Man in 2017 to politics (lightly), to hypergamy, and much more, including answering all of your questions that you posted in the Comments section of his blog and on my forum.

This is 3 plus hours of great insight and wisdom from Rollo and is not to be missed…

Show Notes

  • How the Red Pill can help you raise your children (specifically daughters)

  • The use of Game in relationships and marriage

  • The epidemic of the anti-male agenda in the media

  • When Rollo’s 3rd book is coming out and what’s inside

  • Rollo’s advice to ‘himself at 15 years old’

  • All readers questions answered covering a variety of topics

  • And much, much more!

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DisgruntledEarthling
DisgruntledEarthling
4 years ago

I’ve decided to not listen to New Country for a while. Now listening to Gangsta Rap. Holy fuck!

rugby11
rugby11
4 years ago

Interview
http://wp.me/p4dCzl-1QU

Shiva
Shiva
4 years ago

” I can’t think of a more masculine thrill (excepting sex or real power) than riding a motorcyle.”

Depends on the kind of motorcycle.
I ride a race bike. I race on empty roads and manoeuvrably flick across in traffic.
By end of this year would buy a dirt bike for some off-roading.

Personally, I do not hold those who ride cruisers like in high respect.
Fat asses seating their butts on a noisy cruisers resting their arms on 2 rods aimlessly riding down the highway. Does not look manly.
Might as well drive a tank.

Sun Wukong
Sun Wukong
4 years ago

@EhIntellect

While I’ve had my main ride up on a lift for most of this winter for epic maintenance (almost 10 very active years old, so it’s in need of a lot of love), I decided I needed something else with the ability to get up on the high ways.

http://img.pistonheads.com.s3-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/LargeSize/triumph/rocket-iii/roadster/triumph-rocket-iii-roadster-151881030-3.jpg

Chicks and guys constantly stop me over it. 2300cc of battlecruiser tends to be a panty moistener and conversation starter, respectively.

SFC Ton
4 years ago

Cage zombies are the enemy. Every single one of them.

Get some old spark plugs, break up the porcelain portions, keep the porcelain in your cut.

When a cage zombie gets to close, cuts you off etc throw the porcelain through their windshield, roll on the throttle

They will see the next biker.

Sundawner
Sundawner
4 years ago

Rollo,

Thank you for all your great work.

Have you reached out to Jordan Peterson?

I was watching his video with Sargon of Akkad and I was literally checking things off the list you talked about in your book.

He even talks about MGTOW.

EhIntellect
EhIntellect
4 years ago

“Might as well drive a tank.”

Would if I could.Sounds masculine to me.

http://www.ww2incolor.com/d/673995-2/ernie+pyle

EhIntellect
EhIntellect
4 years ago

The EhIntellect household listens to Peterson much. If anything, I’m trying to teach my boys “Take what you can that betters yourself, even from a tainted source.” Yeah intersexual dynamics is the driving force of all our primal and ultimately higher order choices. That being said, 80% my ally doesn’t make 20% my enemy.

Sentient: “Disagreement isn’t dismissal.”

SFCTon: “Try making a business deal without developing business relations.” (or something of the sort.)

ollieoxenfree1
4 years ago

As a vegetarian of nearly 20 years, I know how non meat eaters like to spout off about how healthy we are. Although the sad fact is we’re not as healthy as we’d like to think we are. I use to think years ago, because I no longer did hard drugs like LSD, Coke, Ketamine, Ecstasy, MDMA or Poppers every other weekend and no longer drank or smoked and ate reasonably healthy food, I was ok. But it took watching the following lecture by Dr Michael Greger to persuade me I probably wasn’t as healthy as I thought I was.… Read more »

EhIntellect
EhIntellect
4 years ago

ollieoxenfree

Anecdote: Life insurance underwriters love me. I spent the first 40 years of my life fit, smoke free, BMI 22, no HTN, CV dz, no DM.

A few years back my CLIP agent tells me I’m qualified for the premium plan. I ask him “What does that mean?” Him: “Smoke a cigar.”

ollieoxenfree1
4 years ago

@Rollo

Have you ever thought about writing a book using fictional characters to explore red pill themes?
I think the ideas discussed in the manosphere and this blog in particular would be more accessible to the lay man, if he could visualise instances of the war bride dynamic or hypergamy or the theory of ‘no-one’ through the experiences of a fictional protagonist.

I got this idea from thinking about a book, I’d read many years ago, called ‘Sophie’s World’.

Sun Wukong
Sun Wukong
4 years ago

@Rollo
Re Peterson: yeah the guy has really shown some stones in standing up publicly and I give him full marks for it, but in the end my impression was very much like yours. He’s a Pinker in the end. So very very close to the truth, but blinded by the same indoctrination most of us men are. It saddens me, as he’s actually a pretty sharp guy.

Sun Wukong
Sun Wukong
4 years ago

@Shiva Heh, just noticed your comments regarding cruisers right above mine. Funny enough, I think the same… I just already have a Sprint ST for street performance and a DR650 for dirt. I wound up choosing the Rocket 3 since it was one of the only two machines I tried that looked like a cruiser but could actually make my hair stand up like a sport bike. But then again 160lb/ft of torque will do that to you. Give one a try. They’re actually a rather insane feeling hoot of a bike; I routinely toss mine down twisty roads at… Read more »

dr zipper
dr zipper
4 years ago

Peterson’s world is academia… hardly the place to find reasonable representation for the everyday female. Give him some time in Blax’s, Sentient’s and YaReally’s worlds with some RP narrative whispering in his ear to explain things as they unfold. My guess is that he would be open to the observable truth.

Now to make the hypothetical real… nah, I’m just the idea man.

DisgruntledEarthling
DisgruntledEarthling
4 years ago

Re: motorcycles…
Although my MSF course is using 650cc cruisers I’m looking to purchase a current-model Honda cb600f. But the clutch action needs to be good. Otherwise I’ll keep shopping.
The old ’76 cb360s have a special place in my heart though.

Sarzan
Sarzan
4 years ago

Rollo,

News of the third book is welcome news. Hope the second comes to Audible soon!

SFC Ton
4 years ago

Clutches are easy to adjust. I have never heard of cb600’s having an unusual anything. Normally when a bike with a fucked up clutch throw shows up at the shop I know the owner tried to adjust the clutch.

Rumor is Honda is starting to cut corners on some of their parts, but if so I haven’t seen an increase in Hondas come through the shop

Suzuki 109r’s do a good job with torque as well and locally a lot of older sports bike guys age into them

DisgruntledEarthling
DisgruntledEarthling
4 years ago

Oops sorry, meant Honda cb500f. As close to a naked bike that I could find but still too much plastic for my taste.

SJF
SJF
4 years ago

“Fair warning, it is behind a paywall, but I feel it’s well worth Christian’s very marginal membership fee.”

Well I for one can’t get beyond that paywall. I can’t access the podcast after going to the link, signing and paying for a Podbean account via Christian McQueen’s redirect.

No support link at Christian’s blog site. Name and username access Podbean OK, but when trying to listen or download the podcast the username and password are invalid.

Anyone else have the same problem?

Sure would like to listen to the podcast.

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