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(More than 500 articles about tongkat ali and better physical relationships in general)

Tongkatali.org's Relationships market value and relationships competition

By Serge Kreutz
Follow Serge on Twitter@serge_kreutz

When more people realize that optimal relationships, followed by a comfortable death, are the only meaningful content in life, relationships competition becomes more pronounced.

For both men and women, the likelihood of relationships success depends on two factors: their capability to compete (their smartness), and their relationships market value.

In a free market economy for relationships partners, the smartest men with a high relationships market value appropriate the largest number of, and the best, female relationships partners.

The best men are always a minority; this lies in the nature of the word. The best men are always faced with the fact, that the vast majority of people (the rest) are envious and would like to introduce rules that assure that they also get what they believe should be their fair share (one man for every woman, one woman for every man). Rules are introduced in the form of religions and social orders.


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