36 Things You Didn’t Know About Michael Porfirio Mason

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36 Things You Didn’t Know About Michael Porfirio Mason

Here are The 36 Chambers you never knew about Michael Porfirio Mason:

1. I haven’t owned or wore a pair of jeans in ten years. If I was going to hang sheet rock for an afternoon, maybe I would. But I haven’t hung sheet rock in a while.

2. I have never owned an Iphone, Ipod, an Ipad, or any Apple products for that matter.

3. I think I have finally quit drugs. I hope.

4. I have never seen a 3D movie (save the old school ones as a kid, think those horror ones). I have never seen Avatar. I can’t handle looking at Blue people for three hours.

5. I have never seen that Leonardo Depricio, movie The Titanic. In fact, I make an effort to not consume popular culture. I consider this one of my “keys to success”.

6. I know how to work on cars. Although these days I rarely drive. I realized a few years ago that every time I was arrested, jailed or caught in the rookers of the milicents; it was “vehicular related” in some way. That being said, I still will slide a Cadillac to The Del Mar Racetrack in summertime though to reclaim my #1 Spot. Turf Club Parking. What’s up?

7. I know my way around a construction site, and worked construction for two years and multiple summers as a young pup. I can hang sheetrock, run copper and PVC, do carpentry and I am an artist with a jackhammer, skilsaw and a chainsaw. I never really learned electric but can bust out some.

8. I have driven Cross country 3 times in my life. It was 3 times too many. This was back in my “transport” days. I thought it was going to be all “On The Road” style like my man Jack Kerouac. It wasn’t. America is a hell hole of strip malls, fat people, track housing and chain restaurants. The only redeeming parts of Middle America are Las Vegas, New Orleans and Chicago.

9. At one point, I had close to $100,000 in credit card debt. And over $300,000 in debt to the kind of people that don’t exactly send you “past due” notices in the mail. All my accounts are clear now. Maybe one day I will write about how I got out of that situation.

10. I have never claimed to be a great writer. In fact, when I first started writing The G Manifesto, I could barely write. I never paid much attention in school. I mean yeah, I went to school. All the way through school, right in the front door and out the back. Read the earlier “Manifestos”. They are almost un-readable (interestingly, enough, it was back then when I was getting the most attention from the publishing world and Hollywood).

11. I have surfed many parts of the bubble. In fact, traveling, swooping and surfing was what my life was about in my younger years. You would be hard pressed to find someone that knows Las Playas de Norte Baja better than your humble author. Hell, I could write two “Manifestos” on the beaches of Northern Baja alone. But you know what? I never will. People just don’t talk about that place. Myself included.

12. I sometimes get para. But like Chopper Read once said, “Just because I am paranoid doesn’t mean people aren’t trying to kill me”.

13. I once stayed up for 4 nights straight in New Orleans solely on a diet of Gulf Oysters, Creole food and Swooping fly New Orleans girls. No drugs. No joke. I was hallucinating and almost in tears. To the best of my knowledge this is a world record (one of two “un-official” World Records I think I hold). I may tell this whole story down the road.

14. I have a couple of dope screenplays I want to write. One of course, would be my life story. The younger years and the come up. The only problem is there is no actor dope enough in Hollywood to play me. The second screen play is about my Grandfather and his boxing gym in Northern Ireland. It is kind of “Michael Collins” meets “Hoosiers”. Both would be two of the dopest movies Hollywood has ever put out. Maybe I will write them once I learn how to actually write a screenplay. Anyone know how to do that sh*t?

15. I find the whirl and clicking of a money counter to be one of the most mellifluous sounds in the world. I am not joking. I really do. I have said it before, and I will say it again, “I am interested in money so one day I won’t have to be interested in money.” Can ya dig it?

16. I have a split personality. And each of my personalities is Bipolar, with an identity crisis. So, like, you know, it can get pretty Maddening being Michael Porfirio Mason. Like J.J. Connnolly has said, “Madness is the darkness in your head, the restless one percent that wants to push strangers under trains. Madness is paranoia made normal. Madness is when the mundane is insane, the insane mundane. Madness is thinking you can predict the future, while sitting in a jailhouse, doing birdlime. Madness is fun for a little while, then gets dark…then darker still. Madness is not to be believed…but is so fuckin convincing.”

17. There are a lot of other things I am sure I could do in my life that would make me rich and famous. However, I don’t want to sacrifice this whole “International Playboy” thing I got going on. Anonymity is the spiritual foundation. It is way too priceless. After all, International Playboys are really at the top of the food chain when you think about it.

18. I have extreme ADD, as witnessed by the frenetic jumping around of topics on The G Manifesto. My ADD seems to be getting worse with age. I actually consider it a strength, although it is enough to drive most men insane.

19. Recently, I have come to terms that I am going to be an International Playboy/ Gentleman of Leisure for life. It is not a choice. It is a Self-Fulfilling Prophecy. I have no say in the matter. My life was predicted by a Gypsy. It was written and so it shall be.

20. I hate cell phones. If everyone agreed to turn them in tomorrow and stop using them, I would be first in line. I like pay phones.

21. I like flowers. I really do. One day I may open a flower shop when I am older. However, I am doing it “Dion O’Banion Style”. Although, lately, I am thinking I may open a salon or a massage place or a yoga spot when I get older so I can swoop mad fly girls into my later years. We’ll see.

22. I have friends in jail that I came up with. I have friends who have faded away due to The Mirror, The Razor Blade and The Straw. Not to mention some have fallen due to The Spoon, The Flame and The Spike. And I have good childhood friends that are locked up for being criminally insane. My best friend (who I may add is the CEO of a company half way to a billion a year) and I recently spoke about this. It’s the little decisions in life that make the difference between being lucky and becoming a casualty. Can ya dig it?

23. I first boxed at The Wildcard in Hollywood when I was a kid. Mickey Rourke days. Back then, I used to Base of Operations out of The Three Clubs and chill with that cat with was in that movie Laws of Gravity (great movie by the way). It is not lost on me that this probably reveals my identity. However, anyone that knows me from those days, already knows.

24. I try my hardest not to spend a dime with any big corporations; zero for Starbucks, zero for department stores, zero for big oil, zero for Big Banks, zero for big pharma, zero for…you get the broken picture. I treat big corporations like Pretty Tony once said, “You know, man, all bitches are the same, just like my ho’s. I keep ’em broke–wake up one morning wit some money in their pockets, they subject to go crazy. I keep ’em looking good, fly, and all that, but no dough. When I get a bitch, I got a bitch.”

25. I once swooped 32 girls in 30 days when I was a young pup in Los Angeles. Mostly Hollywood actress types. A got the flu pretty bad afterwards. Could have been the drugs. It’s kind of hard to track exactly.

26. I have completely blown it with more quality girls than I would ever like to think about. And I think no one, and I mean no one has been rejected more than me.

27. I have been on the receiving end of a few “three on one” beatdowns. Not fun. And I got cracked over the head with a Louisville Slugger when street crews were clashing in High School. I had an out of body experience. I still have the spot where it deformed my skull. Sometimes I let girls touch it. They usually get grossed out.

28. I have been robbed at gunpoint two times. One time by knife point. Charge it to The Game.

29. I am not smart enough to make big time passive income. Not yet anyways. Working on it.

30. I have never seen a Walmart with my own eyes in my whole life. Although, I have been to Carrefour.

31. I have never had a meal at a PF Wangs, Olive Garden (Garbage), or TGI Fridays. And that includes the TGI Fridays in Riga, Latvia too.

32. I am not a Pick Up Artist whose life was changed by Neil Strauss’s The Game. I have been swooping girls since back when Neil Strauss had hair.

33. I am not a Lifestyle Designer whose life was changed by Tim Ferriss The 4 Hour Workweek. I have been traveling since back when Tim Ferriss had hair.

34. I have been swooping girls since I was knee high to a kangaroo and although I have had ups and downs in the biz world I have been clocking dough and traveling since I was a kid.

35. I have been becoming more Spiritual with every passing day. I have a lot to be thankful for. I have said before, “My mind is the enigma filled with broken pictures. The spiritual International Playboy can see clearer now.” Like King David said, “I guess my life was pretty extraordinary. In the end, I suppose it all comes back to the whole karma thing. Who knows? If it’s half as real as the Hindus say…I may just get a second chance after all. I wonder, what lies ahead for me on the other side?”

36. I wanted to also say, “thanks” to all the fly females that fed me. Just in case they ever thought, “Did Michael forget me?”

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Michael Porfirio Mason
AKA The Peoples Champ
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AKA The Voodoo Child
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34 Comments on "36 Things You Didn’t Know About Michael Porfirio Mason"

  1. The G Manifesto
    27/04/2012 at 1:01 am Permalink

    Damn. That was one of the best manifestos. you have really been bringing fire this year. You need to tell more of these stories in full.

  2. The G Manifesto
    Justa Bro
    27/04/2012 at 6:57 am Permalink

    I figure what the hell, just tell us who you are already. You’ve dropped enough hints that anybody with any law enforcement skill could probably track you down in minutes. As for us nerds in the flyover states we’re just curious.

  3. The G Manifesto
    27/04/2012 at 7:15 am Permalink

    Great post.

  4. The G Manifesto
    Easy G
    27/04/2012 at 7:50 am Permalink

    I would rather read a post like this than a whole blog by other guys writing about game. Finally somebody who actually has game writes about game.

    As for all the dorks on the internet that doubt some of your achievements, fuck em. They will always be ungrateful dorks. No matter what you do to help them, nothing will help.

    More importantly, who you got for Cotto VS Mayweather?

    You pre-fight breakdowns are always on point.

  5. The G Manifesto
    The Roosh Forum
    27/04/2012 at 7:53 am Permalink

    When are you coming back to the Roosh Forum?

    It hasn’t been the same since you and Mixx left.

  6. The G Manifesto
    Mad Mike
    27/04/2012 at 8:05 am Permalink

    I agree with Easy above. People are retarded. Of course the guy is real. Anyone read any of the “Data Sheets” as he calls them over the last 8 or so years. Everyone of them is right on point. Pure gold. I know Palm Beach well, I go for work often, and live in New York. Both of these are spot on:



    Anyone notice how no one has ever, not once, called the guy out on his information. Not even once? Everything I have ever seen that he has written is pretty much the best I have seen. Most guys out their never even name where they go. Which brings up another point, Gman tells you where he hangs out. If you really want to meet him that bad, just go. But of course guys like that will never get off their ass. They would rather just complain, bitch and moan from behind their computer.

  7. The G Manifesto
    Kent Marley
    27/04/2012 at 11:59 am Permalink

    Thanks. I needed that. Especially number 26.

  8. The G Manifesto
    Justa Bro
    27/04/2012 at 3:34 pm Permalink

    Guys, I never called into question what is says is true. I believe most of it and figure the names and dates are the only things changed. But imagine what he could do with videos, interviews, and with the whole story.

  9. The G Manifesto
    27/04/2012 at 11:38 pm Permalink

    RooshVForum misses you man.

  10. The G Manifesto
    28/04/2012 at 1:13 am Permalink

    I always thought your blog was a good read. You are ‘the thinking man’s gangsta’ 😉 You’re definitely dope.

  11. The G Manifesto
    28/04/2012 at 6:38 am Permalink

    your confidence is on some other level

  12. The G Manifesto
    Prescott Patel III
    28/04/2012 at 9:03 am Permalink

    I sense change?

  13. The G Manifesto
    International Playboy on the Rise
    28/04/2012 at 1:16 pm Permalink

    What a great post!

  14. The G Manifesto
    28/04/2012 at 4:53 pm Permalink

    Surfed all over the world except The North Shore.

    When you coming to Pipe?


  15. The G Manifesto
    29/04/2012 at 8:51 am Permalink

    RooshVForum sucks now. Kona and a few others are the only ones that give any good information. There are a couple of guys over there that constantly talk about you as well. It is strange.

  16. The G Manifesto
    29/04/2012 at 1:57 pm Permalink

    I strongly agree with #’s 24 and 35.

    I was a former skeptic, but now I understand how his words have value and he displays true wisdom.

  17. The G Manifesto
    29/04/2012 at 2:13 pm Permalink

    32. I am not a Pick Up Artist whose life was changed by Neil Strauss’s The Game. I have been swooping girls since back when Neil Strauss HAD HAIR.

    33. I am not a Lifestyle Designer whose life was changed by Tim Ferriss The 4 Hour Workweek. I have been traveling since back when Tim Ferriss HAD HAIR.



  18. The G Manifesto
    EL MIZ
    30/04/2012 at 8:54 am Permalink

    Another legendary post from the People’s Champ.

    On the cross country drive, the stretch through the Rockie Mountains and deserts to the West in Utah are worthwhile.

  19. The G Manifesto
    30/04/2012 at 2:10 pm Permalink

    Your blog is one of the best on the whole web. Thank you for sharing your insights.

  20. The G Manifesto
    01/05/2012 at 9:10 am Permalink

    Agreed, one of the best manifesto’s till date.

    The possible stories you mentioned… we have to read them, asap.

  21. The G Manifesto
    01/05/2012 at 4:49 pm Permalink

    Great post. Thank you for sharing. I hope you write about #9 soon.

  22. The G Manifesto
    dick goodnuts
    01/05/2012 at 9:36 pm Permalink

    bravo, my friend

  23. The G Manifesto
    Cool Hand Luke
    03/05/2012 at 12:13 am Permalink

    Phenomenal post, MPM. Your writing certainly has improved over the years, and you are picking up readers left and right with each “bone gristle” break down. The longevity of the blog alone is worth noting. Congrats on your success, and I look forward to reading a “Best of 2012” post that KO’s this past year.

  24. The G Manifesto
    John Robie
    03/05/2012 at 11:21 am Permalink

    Neil Strauss had hair?

  25. The G Manifesto
    One Dope Mexican
    04/05/2012 at 2:17 pm Permalink

    “Well I’m as cool as a cucumber in a bowl of hot sauce/ You’ve got the rhyme and reason but no cause/ Well if you’re hot to trot you think you’re slicker than grease/ I’ve got news for you crews you’ll be sucking like a leech”

    R.I.P. Adam “MCA” Yauch

  26. The G Manifesto
    11/05/2012 at 11:28 pm Permalink

    No jeans?

    Props on the content thus far, but that is kinda weird for an American man.

  27. The G Manifesto
    08/06/2012 at 1:12 pm Permalink

    “I realized a few years ago that every time I was arrested, jailed or caught in the rookers of the milicents; it was “vehicular related” in some way”

    There’s a YouTube video of a retired cop explaining that there’re so many traffic laws that if a cop in any part of America follows you for 10+ mins he’ll find a legal reason to stop you.

  28. The G Manifesto
    08/06/2012 at 6:53 pm Permalink

    Hey G Manifesto,

    I haven’t commented before and wanted to drop by to say two things. First of all, I get a huge kick from your blog and the sort of lifestyle you have. You strike me as a very old school type of fella, possessing a good-humoured, non-whiny masculinity that is rare in our generation.

    Second thing is I’m very curious about point #9.

    “At one point, I had close to $100,000 in credit card debt. And over $300,000 in debt to the kind of people that don’t exactly send you “past due” notices in the mail. All my accounts are clear now. Maybe one day I will write about how I got out of that situation.”

    Please do write about that situation. How did you clear that situation up? I’m devoting the next two years to clearing up my debt (it’s nothing but a form of slavery and i’m so angry at myself for finding myself in this hole) and I wouldn’t mind hearing from someone who successfully did it. I have a plan in place and know of debt-reduction/revenue-generating strategies but hearing what someone like you did might help me. Right now, I’m a little overwhelmed.

  29. The G Manifesto
    Dr. Of Psychology
    25/06/2012 at 2:30 pm Permalink

    I tell you this to help you – you have narcissistic personality disorder. I saw it a few times when I did work for the armed forces. It is often associated with compulsive lying, but I don’t know you well enough to speak to that.

    Seriously, you should start attending some sort of CBT. It’s difficult for a person with your disorder to admit that there is anything wrong (you tend to view everything about yourself as a positive – even bad things are seen as “badges” of some sort or some kind of healthy personality balancing). Please, for your sake, just try it for a month. You won’t have to live with the anxiety of impressing yourself and others constantly.

  30. The G Manifesto
    26/06/2012 at 7:08 am Permalink

    Thanks for all the knowledge brother.

  31. The G Manifesto
    38 Special
    16/10/2012 at 6:39 pm Permalink

    You spit a good game G. You got swag, class, and big brass. Never second guess your shit out loud, keep em guessing.


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