The greatest thing I ever read.

Elegant in its simplicity. Brutal and unassailable in its logic. I am talking of, of course, about the Ladder Theory. The Ladder Theory is, in the author’s own words, a “theory of adult male/female interaction,” first conceptualized in 1994 in Exeter, California.

It is flawlessly accurate. I encourage you to read through to the end, especially the discussion of “ladder theorists” in “Consequences of the Ladder” and also “Answers to Common Criticisms.” Upon reading Ladder Theory, I immediately became a disciple. Hopefully, with enough study, I can aspire to “ladder theorist.” Go read it for yourself and post your thoughts here. Also, while you’re at it, check out his Beethoven Theory as well.

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