Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Podcast # 6- Random Thoughts

Hey guys,

In here, I discuss Polyamory, the struggle between being a player and being domestic, the grocery store and more...


We're looking into submitting to Itunes this week, so stay tuned for that.



  1. Anonymous12:57 PM

    Hey Sinn, I heard you're doing updated versions of the interview series. (Opening, transitioning etc) Is this true? If so, where can we get access to them? any updates on the site would be appreciated.


  2. Anonymous3:41 PM

    "An approach is just an opportunity".. that really clicked with me, nice mindset

  3. Anonymous8:10 PM

    I think he's doing this in his "Sinn's Inner Circle" Monthly CD club. The first one was "opening 2.0"

  4. Anonymous10:36 PM

    The reason why I like your stuff is cause you're being real. A three sets during the date time is hard and you admit it. MLTR doesn't really work in the long run and you admit it as well. While other gurus might be saying "Yeah, take my bootcamp I'll teach you anything." And we all know that having game doesnt mean that you're a superman.

    The dilemma of being in a committed relationship or dating multiple women strikes all men sooner or later.
    The way I see it - if you've been with alot of girls, then there is nothing new you're going to experience. You are not really missing out on anything if you committ. From the other hand guys who have only been with 1-2 girls not by choice but rather by chance - they might be missing out on alot of exciting things life has to offer.

  5. fader3:19 PM

    For those who are interested in what Sinn is talking about take a look here:

    http://wmc.napkinnights.com/ look at the nyc parties or just look right now (04/01) at the row at the bottom of napkinnights.com most of which are girls from the nyc / miami club scene.

    Oh and to the all people saying its easy to pickup at raves give them drugs etc, there are a few things wrong with these assumptions.

    First raves are from the early 90's and people were not pretty and just ran around on xtc wtih glowsticks and pacifiers in their mouths. The House music scene though fueled by electronic music and dancing is way different. No one wants your drugs and the mixed sets are super aggressive. I am sure a jacked guido on crystal meth is going to be charmed by your befriending or out alphaed by your amog techinques.

    For all the people who think it is easy out there would LOVE to see you at space terrace or Nikki beach at 11 am running game.

  6. What's your problem, Fader?

  7. Anonymous5:33 PM

    u mad fader?