Hey, this started as a post in another thread but I thought it could start an interesting conversation. If it's in the wrong place please move it and slap the @*&% out of me, thanks.
First, I have to say that I believe that the ultimate goal of most of these systems we all spend money on is to take something that our mechanical wheel spinning male minds don't intuitively understand (womens minds), and find a way to describe it that makes sense to us. We need someone to draw us a freaking diagram, figuratively speaking of course. IMHO this program (pandoras box) nails it in the 'draw me a GD diagram' aspect!
It's based on three main 'conflicts' or choices that women need to make to combat social expectations and realities of life. In each case there are two possible ways she could choose to deal with the conflict. These translate to qualities of that particular woman which tend to determine what approach is likely to interest her and also those which are likely to scare her off. There's three conflicts, with two 'solutions' each which leaves you with eight combinations of these qualities and eight 'types' of women. These are types with names like, the playette, cinderella, the modern woman, the hopeful romantic to name a few.
I THINK THIS IS GENIUS and here's why. If you think about most of PU material out there, it seems to focus on the ways that ALL women are SIMILAR, which is important. The problem with that, that many of us forget, is that women are PEOPLE! Just another way to say that they have differing values, goals, upbringings, tolerance for physicality, religion, among a bunch of other things. While the three 'conflict' model doesn't specifically address each of these, I think it would be much too complicated for us retards(i speak for myself) to understand. Each of these 'conflicts' encompasses MANY of the aforementioned specific qualities so once you nail down one, for example Idealist vs Realist, you open the door and answer a TON of questions about that SPECIFIC GIRL. It's an amazing combination of accuracy, simplicity and practicality all of which are absolutely required for a system to function inside the male mind without carrying around your PUA notes...because THAT's creepy LOL.
Two other things that I love about it are these:
1. It gets me out of the "rut" of actually believing that all women are the same, which is a relief for my own m0rale and a boost to motivation
2. It explains a LOT. I mean, I once thought that ALL women wanted you to proceed slowly with physicality/Kino. THEN, I thought that ALL women wanted you to proceed quickly with physicality/kino. This model tells you that one size does not fit all and actually gives you a shot at figuring out which one she might be before you even get far enough to touch her at all, if you know what to look for.
Hate to sound like I'm pimping this system for someone but I'm not, I bought it based on reviews here and Vin Dicarlo's presentation. I'm interested to hear from others who have it because I think this could 'change the game' and prove to be a model upon which other systems are modeled because of it's simplicity and actual usefulness. You just figure out which three 'types' the individual girl for example 'The playette' Tester/Denier/Idealist and you then rely mostly on what you know about what each aspect means plus then there are some interactions when they're combined a certain way. That's the really interesting stuff. You could study the 8 types for WEEKS and I think you'd be better off for it, but even if you don't you still learn a TON.
What do you guys think about PU theory largely being about women's similarities as opposed to their differences? For the same reason businesses focus on a 'niche' market, PU, and dating could possibly be exponentially more effective when systematically tailored to an individual woman.
Sorry for rambling, no, wait, I'm not sorry, women don't like men who apologize, I forgot. Pi$$ off, you're the one who read the whole thing.