God’s everywhere, but I gotta go down there to see him? And he’s mad at me down there, and I owe you money? Just be like, 'Dude, just go do everything you ever dreamed of doing.
Because, in the unlikely event that we're both on the Titanic and it starts to sink, for some reason, you get to leave with the kids and I have to stay - that's why I get the dollar more an hour. They should just sedate those people, drop 'em off in Afghanistan, just let them run wild.
And risk is something you get used to desling with in a career like comedy. One of his closest friends (the comedian Patrice O'Neal) died a couple of years ago. In case anyone thinks I'm lying about that sweet, sweet pussy... She's been on shows that Patrice speaks on, and she seems pretty realistic and down-to-earth.
There is no manual for pulling hot tail as a rich/famous guy, and if he isn't willing to put the work and effort to figure it out, he will score far lower than his potential. I've heard some guys complain about black chicks being loud or whatever, but overall, African American isn't the demographic I usually think of when I think of spoiled chicks marrying successful dudes just to divorce and get half the money.That seems like very much a white chick thing from what I've seen.Comedian Bill Burr is a favorite with many in this crowd, including myself.His shtick is straight up red pill, and he tackles really tough subjects from an unpopular (read: honest) angle, like domestic violence.This is something I've kind of disliked about the manosphere in general, actually; this idea that a man who gets married is somehow "selling out" or turning his back on the sphere. That seems like very much a white chick thing from what I've seen.
This might seem like a bad idea in your 20s, but can you really imagine yourself being all Mr. All the examples we've seen of famous guys settling down with decidedly average women is further evidence that game is necessary enough if you are at the top.
He does it with intelligence and balls; even showing enough smarts to fully anticipate the anxiety in his audience over the subject matter.
He pushes them into a state of dissonance and then smacks them in the face with it. He’s the closest living thing we have to George Carlin, only he hasn’t sold out to getting cheap laughs by bashing men.
I also think the whole red/blue pill dichotomy is once again being manipulated to advance an agenda.
Most people would see no practical benefit to remaining single or unmarried for the rest of their lives, and probably have compelling reasons for thinking that. I think it will coincide with Bill's career going on the downward crest.
I never really saw Bill as completely red pill from a relationship perspective.