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If you have been around Good Looking Loser and similar communities, you've probably heard of Mike from Danger & Play. If not, absolutely bookmark his site.
Either way, I want to tell you about Mike.
In the past month, I've gotten to know him on a personal level. (no homo)
I consider Mike a role model.
I don't throw around the term "role model" very often.
In fact, I don't even think I've used it on the blog at all.
Mike is a role model in every sense of the word, praise of the highest caliber.
Not just for younger guys that are into all the immature stuff we talk about on Good Looking Loser.
But to me.
Mike is exactly where I want to be when I turn 37.
Fun life, free time, hot supportive girlfriend, wealthy and still looking good.
Financially and emotionally secure.
Running shirtless sprints on the Santa Monica beach while onlookers think, "Who the heck is that guy?"
Mike is one of less than a handful of guys that I can literally talk to on the phone for 2 hours and not say a word - simply just soaking up insight and his life experience. (Scotty is one of the others)
Mike is a walking encyclopedia of men's health expertise and advanced quality of life issues.
He has me obsessed with beet juice, skin care and cutting-edge hormone replacement alternatives. Among other things.
As humbly put as possible - there's not that many people that I can learn a great deal from on the issues that are important to me. Mike is one.
It's not surprising that when I do Google searches for specific outside-the-box, who-the-hell-really-knows-about-these topics, I often come across Danger & Play for the answer. His website is a goldmine.
It was a pleasure to record with him and I hope we do more than the future.
23:10 Why Chris has become politically correct and rarely flips out on anyone in real-time or the Internet.
23:45 College discussion begins - Should You Go to College?
24:05 If you are in your early twenties, not yet successful (and don't have $100,000+ in the bank) don't give advice on whether your peers should go to college. Even if you are correct, you are not qualified to speak on the issue.