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A Sky Without Eagles PODCAST 81

What a book! Superb once again Jack.
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You are back at the Male Defender MOLON LABE weekly podcast! This is our 81st installment. Today I want to focus on Jack Donovan...again, and his excellent collection of essays, A Sky Without Eagles. It’s a collection of essays. Five of them are his best and rival anything in The Way of Men or Becoming a Barbarian. Specifically, “A Sky Without Eagles, Mighty White, The Grievance Table, There is No Honor in Competition with Women” and “Mother May I Masculinity.” Sterling!

GET HIM TO 10,000! Laugh, cry, giggle, de-cuck, all of this can be done on the MATT FORNEY TWITTER FEED–HIT FOLLOW today!

We’ve talked about Aaron Clarey a lot, but did I ever mention to you that he has audible versions of his books? You know his latest work Reconnaissance Man? Well, it’s now out on audible if you’re too busy to read.

You remember Bachelor Pad Economics: The Financial Advice Bible for Men right?
Well none other than Davis Aurini is the narrator for that book. That’s what I call the exacta. A daily double having Davis on there!

And that’s not all. Aaron’s classic book, Worthless: The Young Person’s Indispensable Guide to Choosing the Right Major, also features Davis the Great as narrator. Hear the audible version, enhance your mind!

Jack below wearing a t-shirt that features A Sky Without Eagles cover art.
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CUCKIN! The most cucky title and article in history. Auto-inferno! “I Would Eat The Poisoned Skittles.” Sure he would, and if he died in the process he would figure that his death was a great victory for social justice!

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One Comment

  1. Posted September 26, 2016 at 11:10 am | Permalink

    Listening to the Podcast, good stuff! Saying the obvious really IS difficult these days! I told a girl that she’ll know I’m right when she lives with cats and is dependent on antidepressants.

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