Montreal: The High-End and Low-End Theory

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Montreal: The High-End and Low-End Theory

“When you’re too hood to be in them Hollywood circles.
And you’re too rich to be in that hood that birthed you.”
– Nas

A lot of young up and coming G’s on the rise stop me on the streets and ask me the secret to my success.

Truthfully, I am not exactly sure what it is. But I realized something in Montreal:

I rock The High-End and Low-End Theory. I think this separates me from most of the Trust Fund International Playboys that you see out there cutting it up.

What I mean by The High-End and Low-End Theory, is I pretty much always roll in really high end scenes or really low end scenes. You won’t catch me in the suburbs at Applebee’s ordering the filet well done. (I only eat steaks rare. Hell, I would eat them raw if they would serve them to me.)

In Montreal, I would work out, do pushups and shadow box in the parks with heroin addicts. And then at night, you would see me in the dopest clubs partying with fly girls and model girls.

I noticed, that the people you would see in the parks wouldn’t be at the club.

And the people at the club, wouldn’t be in the parks with the heroin addicts.

It was only your humble author that you would find in both.

I thought about this, and it has been pretty standard in my life. You might find me in the ghetto during the day, and at the Polo matches in the afternoon. You might find me in the East Village of San Diego giving out food to the homeless in the morning, and at The Turf Club of The Del Mar Racetrack in the afternoon. You might find me chilling on Vine and at The Wild Card Boxing Club in Hollywood, California during the day and at Bouchon in Beverly Hills at night.

Bottom line, I keeps it real.

Because, how do you know where you are going if you don’t look back?

(By the way, you want to learn Game? Then quit reading all those pick up artist jokers, and watch Roberto Duran. Now transpose that into your life. Now you have Game.)

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Michael Porfirio Mason
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7 Comments on "Montreal: The High-End and Low-End Theory"

  1. The G Manifesto
    Adam Michaels
    20/11/2012 at 11:41 am Permalink

    The G Manifesto, always keeping it 100

    Your right though, as an up and coming G, I always try to keep it on one end of the spectrum or the other. There’s no point in sticking to the middle, the middle is average.

    Being able to assimilate into the “High-End” and “Low-End” Theory, thats the mark of a well rounded, complete individual. Thanks for putting that into words, you did The Tribe justice.

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    Calvin
    20/11/2012 at 4:04 pm Permalink

    Interestingly, the super high end and super low end classes have more in common than most people would think. They live out of sight, in the shadows of society, not wanting to be seen or heard. They live in ways that most people would never live. Either is super exclusive communities behind gated walls or down back alleys where you wouldn’t want to go on a dark night. Being able to live at both ends of the societal spectrum, or classes, gives you insight into how the world really is and not just how it is portrayed by mainstream media. Most people won’t ever see either of these classes, the super rich and super poor – both living out of sight of the masses.

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    Eric
    21/11/2012 at 8:02 am Permalink

    Smart Moove,
    It’s valuable to know the Low End, since it’s Teaches you what is Important.
    And if you have made it up to the High End you have an advantage instead of the people who have been born there.

    You know how to get what you want

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    breed
    23/11/2012 at 1:28 am Permalink

    been reading Gmanifest 2yrs. live some of these words & respect others. but i relate.
    i hope everybody gets motivated or inspired. never stop getting paid & living your way, no compromises.

    the people need to know this blog really is some g shit.
    one.

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    One Dope Mexican
    26/11/2012 at 10:27 am Permalink

    The East Village is being gentrified. With Petco and the condos/hotels the homeless are being pushed up further along Market St. I rest my head in Esco but me and my wifey just caught a Padre game and I damn near didn’t recognize the area. R.I.P. Macho Camacho. Sur 13

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    The G Manifesto
    26/11/2012 at 12:02 pm Permalink

    One Dope Mexican –

    Your right right around Petco there are not too many homeless.

    East of 10th and between Broadway and Commerical St., there are tons of homeless. (Even further west).

    Full on camps. Tents, dogs, the whole 9.

    I have given away food around that area on many occasions.

    - MPM

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