I've read up on different schools of game, tried many out, kept a journal of my interactions, reviewed what I did right and what I could improve on, and generally conquered every woman-related fear that I could identify.My philosophy on game, and life in general, could pretty much be summed up as follows: "If you're afraid of it, all the more reason to go and DO it." I feel that whatever's blocking me from getting laid, inevitably has to do with fear - and so if I keep noticing fears and promptly taking the courage to overcome them, then eventually all of that fear-conquering will lead to improvement in my life.There is also the matter that this is really just a definition of Game that Gamebots would prefer.There is, in reality, a definition that is much more accurate. The next point of any “significance” in Frost’s response is: “The bottom line is that Game is a tool men can use to increase their success with women. If a man chooses to eschew sex for life, I admit he will have no use for Game.I have read through the forums and understand that most RCD500 head units require you to tap the CD Button twice in order to bring up the Aux menu, but mine doesnt change to this menu, it simply remains on CD screen. From memory there is a setting you can change on the INFO menu on the RNS and probably the MENU screen on the RCD. t=97418 EDIT: To properly answer your question you need to double check all your connections and like I said, check if any settings need to be changed.After i connected the left right Ground connections to the rear pins on the headunit, it still did not recognise or acknowledge an Aux input. conveniently i followed that thread step by step with hopes the installation would go smoothly.
My purpose in writing this thread is to identify the problem so that I can solve it. It might seem that way, and if it does, then forgive me, I'm really sincerely trying to solve the issues here.
Thankfully, the points of contention are simple enough that I needn’t be too loquacious to address them.
I can skip over his initial and lackluster stabs at humor, and the pointless attempt to explain what the debate is was helpful.
Game is the skills development required to help men stop talking women out of fucking them. Otherwise, he would be a fool to dismiss the idea of thinking critically about his interactions with women.” First, and after I dismiss the drivel (for the second time) that only celibate men disagree with him, we probably ought to give him a cookie for only taking three more paragraphs to inch just a smidgeon closer to what he is talking about when he defines Game.
Yes, Game is about “success” with women; meaning fucking them.