Dropping bad habits/friends, bad habits beget more bad habits, alcohol leads to shitty decision making, the activities all humans should do to add quality to their life, who would you rather have dinner with Anthony Bourdain or Steve Rinella?, being secure in what you know, changing your mind with time, Rob's uncle tells David to shut up, a fear of wolves should not stop you from going into the woods, Skin In The Game, eating monkey and domestic dog, the controversial New Jersey bear hunt, project Grizzly.
Ambush tactics, speaking with passion, living in the mountains, learning how to snowboard, "Yes, but I didn't run around asking people how to do it." — Mozart, the way Rob calculates risk, going into the wilderness without weapons, the difference between a lion and wolf kill, wolves will make a life for themselves anywhere you drop them, eating game meat, Elk & Peppers™
Compounding improvement over a long period is magic, learning from Cars 3, Sam Walton didn't open his first Walmart until he was 44 years old, yoga is a martial art you do against yourself, the things you don't like doing? you have to do them, it is pleasurable to get fat, it is painful to do the opposite, how Rob is using stressors to improve at snowboarding, striving to be uncommon among uncommon people.
Theodore Roosevelt on political parties, social media soaks up immense amount of your time for very little reward for it, to say the obvious fact that Capitalism is better than Communism is taboo in academia, the natural tendency of humans is to amass the strongest possible case for your own side.
Why are humans excited by violence, hundreds of thousands of people watched public executions, violence is inherent to human nature, when conversation fails all we have is violence, , guns as technology, flooding The Coliseum, the end of revolutions and more...