Don
Steele

 

Acting 101


I signed up for an acting class from the City of Newport Beach. Also, I am considering taking TV production at the local community college. Jerry Goldman, Corona Del Mar, CA

Steele Sez:: In How To Date Young Women, I explain why and how to take acting classes as a wonderful way to meet young women, the right kind of young women. Who are they? Extroverted, brave, avante gard and often good looking plus stacked! The location is at a Community College.

Acting by the City? Probably won't work. That won't be the FILTER that a community college is. Filter? It guarantees females over 18 and under 25! who can read and write. 

The biggest advantage of taking Acting is that you learn how to WEAR THE COSTUME of and then how to walk, talk, stand and sit like a MAN. You learn how to project your voice. You learn how to make yourself LOOK like a powerful, successful MAN. As I preach all the time, FIRST you must look like somebody she wants to talk with.

©2007 R. Don Steele

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Don Steele has worked for more than 20 aerospace, defense and engineering companies as well as many political campaigns both in LA and in Hawaii. He became a Marriage, Family and Child Counselor in 1976. Beyond writing, other passions include a deep, abiding hatred for hypocrites, bureaucrats, poverty pimps and nearly all politicians; a lifelong devotion to anthropology, philosophy; astronomy and cosmology plus a long-term love affair with Hawaii, consummated in 1996. He and Joanna Bardot Lopez live in Whittier CA, with their number one dog Wolfie, number two dog, Tootsie, Peaches The Rabbit, Puppy Cat, Princess Cat, Snookums Cat and Bebe Cat. Don is the author of Date Young Women:  For men over 35 - Revised, How to Date Young Women:  For men over 35, Volume II, and most recently, Body Language Secrets. Check out steelballsAUDIO.COM and steelballsRadio.com or E-Mail.



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