Freakonomics online dating
My current girlfriend is white and previous exes where white,asian and hispanic. Too many Asian Americans are too shy, too fat, too socially awkward, and too influenced by anime or some idiotic show where that expect women to just fall for them. For a few of my previous hookups, they said I was their first asian.The easiest way to meet white girls and date white girls is to meet them at a white church.
I think that asian guys can be quite dense and superficial, and clueless about attraction outside of superficial attraction.There may be pressure from her parents to keep her religion, and she may be uncomfortable being around or learning asian culture or asian religions.If an asian guy really wants to date a white girl, he is going to have to make the first move and show a real interest in learning about her culture. I can definitely see where you are coming from and agree.Heaven forbid anyone go so far as to suggest something as "radical" as a so-called day and date release, where it's released in all formats at the same time, and watch the theaters go ballistic and boycott the film, as a startling admission that they don't think they can compete with home theaters.So, it's quite interesting to see that the Freakonomics movie that's coming out in the fall is apparently going to flip the windows over.The authors examine the Ku Klux Klan from social and economic standpoints.
The emotional reverberations of Klan activities may be implied, but the topic of lynching, for example, is discussed in terms of incentives and data, not morality.
As mentioned, in the past, they've boycotted day-and-date releases, and even boycotted movies that they thought were coming to DVD too soon after the theatrical release (in that case, 12 weeks).
So, will theaters be boycotting the Freakonomics film?
I don't always agree with their analysis, but it would be fascinating to see if they're exposing that the common wisdom on movie release windows is -- as we've suggested for years -- totally screwed up.
I am curious, however, to see how the theaters handle this.
A white girl wants a guy to be interested in her life and lifestyle.