The G Manifesto Tip: Halloween Parties and Vampire Naps

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Halloween Parties and Vampire Naps

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As the Holiday Season approaches, the social calendar fills up with many options. Halloween parties generally kick off the whole Holiday party circuit and New Year’s Eve finishes the circuit. Halloween Parties, specifically can be very strong on paper: People in a festive mood, Drugs flowing freely, and Girls dressing in outfits that put the Women’s Movement back 20 years (I mean, what other time of year are you going to go home with a girl dressed in a “Brittany Spears” outfit?). And, don’t get me wrong, some of these parties live up to and exceed the hype. For instance, Hef throws a decent gig on Halloween and Versace used to throw a good gig in South Beach, Miami before his untimely death. However, it has been my long standing policy to “sit out” these Halloween parties and Holiday Parties in General (especially New Years…..any night that has it’s peak at 12am is not for the G). Why would you sit out such a “big” party night you ask? Keep reading and you will find out…young grasshopper.

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First of all, any time you try to set up a “big night”, your chance of failure is higher. It’s the whole high expectations thing. For me, “Tonight” is the most important night. I don’t care if it’s Tuesday night, Wednesday Night, or the Ides of March……any night can be a potentially a “Big Night”. I don’t need the people at Hallmark to tell me when it’s ok to get a little out of hand. Also, on Holidays, Girls tend to be a little more emotional, there are tons of Guys out, and also tons of Cops. So, if you happen to like Overly Emotional Girls, Tons of Guys and Tons of Cops, then I wish you the best of luck dressed in your Spandex “Batman” costume. What Halloween is however, is a great time for a Jewelry Store Heist……………

Robbing Banks and Heisting Jewelry stores isn’t what it used to be in the Days when our fathers and uncles where out there doing it. In this day and age, the FBI has computers, parabolic microphones, DNA samples, and drugged out Informers up the Kazoo. So as a full-time occupation, being a Heist Man has lost some of its luster. That being said, there is still a lot of upside in “hitting” a Jewelry store every now and again for “old time’s sake”. Number one, you don’t have to go thru a big interview process and drug test to get the job. Number 2, the hours are not long and you get plenty of vacation time. And Number 3, the Wages are phenomenal. And Halloween is the perfect time to do it…..

First of all, you don’t look suspicious, walking around in a mask, or a disguise! You just want to make sure you have a few things in order before you “wack” the Jewelry store.

1. Make sure you case the joint fully. Find a place that has at least $500,000 retail in the window. Know how many people work there and when are slow hours. “Clock” the joint, so you know the whole routine.
2. Do the job solo, or with one trusted Running Partner. Keep your crew small.
3. Have guns (Colt .38’s are good, they wont jam and you will have plenty of fire power if things get dicey), duct tape and bags to haul away the score.

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When the time is right, walk in (suited down of course, I like to wear a 3 button Zegna for style points….cost $2200, and make sure you have your disguise on) and ask the jeweler if you can look at one of the diamond bracelets in the case. As he opens the case, make your move and get the “drop” on him so he can’t hit the silent alarm. Tie him up in the back with the duct tape. Now, empty out as many open cases as you can. Sometimes you will get lucky, and the safe will be open (my first job ever, I got lucky). Make sure you walk…not run…out of the Jewelry store. You will be floating in “Thieves Paradise” anyway, so make sure you slow down the pace to not cause any suspicion. Drive off in the getaway car to designated hideout spot to inspect the loot. Many times leaving the “Job” on foot is the best course of action, like in Mid-Town Manhattan for instance.

Very important: Many heist men settle for too little when they are negotiating with Fences. Don’t do it. (We will handle negotiation in another G Manifesto tip.)

Leave the city that you did the “Job” in and let the heat die down. For instance, I am going to San Francisco this weekend….

I am not saying this is what I did over Halloween, but check the papers………………..

Vampire Naps

Many people stop me in the street or reporters come up to me, and ask me “How do you do it? How do you go out every night and have so much success?” Talk about a question that could take a lifetime to explain…………… Well, I will give you one big reason: Vampire Naps. Basically what a “Vampire Nap” is right before you go out, you jump in the Coffin you keep in your house, lie down in it and shut the coffin door. Meditate for 5 to 20 minutes or however long you have before you need to go out again. Do this, and you will feel completely refreshed and ready to stay out for another night. This is almost like some Eastern meditation thing. Now, keep in mind you don’t really need a Coffin, that’s just the image you want to keep in your head when you do this. Keep practicing, and you will be able to stay out night after night like the Fanged Ghoul Himself………..The Rest is Up To You………….

Side notes

Robert McCormick, the CEO of Sawis Communications who spent $241,000 in Scores was recently placed on unpaid leave………………….This Guy really should have read the G Manifesto Tip on Gentleman’s Clubs.

Also, the new James Bond is going to be outfitted in Brioni as stated in an earlier G Manifesto tip.

Emails of the week in reference to THE NINE HABITS OF HIGHLY EFFECTIVE G’s:

“The G Manifesto once again brilliantly provides all of us Average Joes with a wake up call on life. He truly is a genius and innovator, a modern day Howard Hughes.”

“Good stuff. I’ve never seen that Covey guy at the playboy mansion either. I haven’t been this inspired since I read, “The Tao-Te Ching,” by Lao Tzu. Although Tzu’s theory of thought leans more to peace through passivity and not so much the self serving, misogynistic view point of a player. I can definitely find room on my bookshelf for both. Keep them coming.”

— It’s very comforting that other people out there understand The G Manifesto and all it has to offer—MPM

Michael Porfirio Mason
AKA The Peoples Champ
The Guide to Getting More out of Life

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8 Comments on "The G Manifesto Tip: Halloween Parties and Vampire Naps"

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    Vikas Shekhawat
    03/11/2005 at 4:31 am Permalink

    MGM, are u crazy, confessing your first job. I think u are still in the “Thieves Paradise”.

    Anyway, it’s great to find someone who know the depth of each every moment of life, istead of waiting for some special occassion to celebrate life in its true colors.

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    Praveen Singh
    03/11/2005 at 4:45 am Permalink

    THe Halloween party sounds so exciting to me. I’ll try to be there next time.

  3. The G Manifesto
    03/11/2005 at 4:28 pm Permalink

    I am a 22 year old girl and I wanted to know if you are married?

  4. The G Manifesto
    07/11/2005 at 5:19 pm Permalink

    Great transition from “spandex batman suit” to “jewelry store heist” I don’t know of any contemporary or classic author who has ever attempted to do that let alone pull it off in true G Manifesto style. Not only the peoples champ but a literary genius. I’m naming my first born son, Michael Porfirio Mason. Keep them coming.

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    Charlotte Casiraghi
    26/05/2006 at 10:00 pm Permalink

    You should go out during halloween

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    Chrystal Durnan
    30/05/2006 at 4:52 pm Permalink

    I love halloween!

  7. The G Manifesto
    17/10/2009 at 10:04 pm Permalink

    Hey nice site. I am into the same thing at the moment. You might want to check out my site. Cheers. What about a 50 cent halloween costume. Or eminem?

  8. The G Manifesto
    19/10/2009 at 11:48 pm Permalink

    Good stuff. I am looking at the same things too. But I am going to dress up as megan fox.

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