Do You Like Freedom Twenty-Five?

by Frost on October 24, 2011

Sure you do. Otherwise, why read it?

In my continuing efforts to hypocritically branch out to social media platforms, I’ve created a Facebook page that you can now like me on.

I’m also active on Twitter. Do me a solid and join up today, so you can help me call out Paul Elam.

While you’re clicking things, the most efficient way to read this blog is by subscribing via RSS. Bookmarking is just some 20th century sheeit.

And just in case I haven’t exhausted the limits of my whoring for today, there’s still one free copy of Freedom Twenty-Five: The 21st-Century Man’s Guide To Life for anyone who wants to help spread my gospel far and wide.

Thanks for your support.

Cheers,

Frost

{ 8 comments… read them below or add one }

ancalgon October 25, 2011 at 11:02 pm

Long time reader here. I have started following your advice and started reading using Google Reader much more than I used to (easier to do with my secret-identity RSS feeds than my real-life ones, I must say).

I have always liked this blog for its simple and clear message about improving your life incrementally rather than “learn Game”; go to the gym thrice a week rather than learn palm-reading routines, et cetera :)

I guess you have been preparing slowly for a more minimalist, travel-centric lifestyle for a while now, and have finally taken the first big step toward it. We desk-bound jockeys will follow your progress with interest.

Also, Trig was a fantastic project, and I did like the three chapters of it that you had put up. Are you planning to continue it? I would definitely recommend it.

sanjay (uk) October 25, 2011 at 11:10 am

Also if you like mark sisson i definitely recommend doug mcguffs bodybyscience. and this video http://www.the21convention.com/2011/03/05/doug-mcguff-t21c-2010/

sanjay (uk) October 25, 2011 at 11:07 am

Hey there, Frost. I found your blog by way of IMF and Roosh. I have to say excellent posts man, i look forward to reading more of your work.

P.s. your blogroll has an allstar lineup of men at the foremosts in their respective fields. I havent met anyone else in the MRM that know of guillebeau and cal newport and charlie hoehn

Thanks again,
a new fan of your work

Frost October 25, 2011 at 12:59 pm

Sanjay, welcome!

It appears we both have a hand dipped in the alt-right and lifestyle design blogospheres. Any interesting blogs/sites you might recommend to me that aren’t currently on the list?

Thanks,

Frost

sanjay (uk) October 25, 2011 at 1:36 pm

yep will do lad :)
this is on imf already but pretty good anyway:
singledudetravel.com
charlie and boris have some really good info on different countries in eastern europe and southeast asia (see bulgaria)

make fucking awesome lowcarb/no carb food:
cooktobang.com (there are a few carb dishes there, but other than that, this shit really helps when you have a girl round)

Rowan October 25, 2011 at 5:17 am

I thought of a possible blog post suitable for your audience.

Frost interviews successful and unsuccessful men in their 40s so they can pass on ‘what they wish they knew in their 20s’.

Any form of life advice is fair game, from personal finance ‘pay yourself first’, ‘have housemates till your 30 and save some cash’ to travel ‘do lots of it!!’.

With your connections to in male fide this could be a regular thing.

… Just something I was looking for, but couldn’t find much written by men who could analyze themselves.

Frost October 25, 2011 at 1:00 pm

Thanks for the suggestion! I would like to eventually start doing lifestyle interviews, similar to what Roosh did a year or two ago.

jack October 24, 2011 at 7:05 pm

Do I like you in the passive verb sense? Yes.

Will I like you in the active verb sense? Not being a facebook user, I cannot.

This concludes your daily pedantry.

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