I’m sorry/not sorry: The idea that a modern woman, old enough to vote, some 60 years after the Pill still does not know how her vagina works, perplexes the man in me and should offend the “hear me roar” women in you.
In "The Last Samurai," Tom Cruise learns a lesson after getting his butt kicked. We're here to offer you the lesson, minus the butt kicking.
Looking back, I wish my Dad would have told me to go get a job at the local hair salon, sweeping up the hair and stocking boxes and folding smocks to benefit from being around lots of women in an environment that is all theirs, so I could watch, listen and learn.
Next time you’re taking a long road trip, stop listening to repeats of Joe Rogan; listen to a classic book-on-tape instead—we’ve three, great, road-trip recommendations to get you started: “Moby Dick,” “Around the World in Eighty Days” and Stephen King’s “The Stand.”
Willink’s book, “Extreme Ownership: How U.S. Navy SEALs Lead and Win,” offers readers training to take absolute ownership (or “Extreme Ownership,” as he calls it) of their lives—meaning they cast no blame and make no excuses as leaders of a team on a mission.