Brad’s Fashion Bible Review

“Brad P’s Fashion Bible” is by far the best dating guru living today.

Whether you’re good with women or not, you should get this book. I am actually really good with fashion, but Brad P is an expert with out competition.

I was attracting women to me with fashion before I bought this book by Brad P. It was amazing the results I got from getting my fashion in order. My results became insane after I put Brad P’s theory into my fashion; I had women approaching me in clubs. No joke!

First and foremost: Brad P’s social intelligence is bar none. I just don’t see anyone else with Brad Ps social intelligence, ever. I actually witnessed him pull a woman from a club in 10 minutes flat. Yeah, I know, it’s crazy. He has real credibility here.

Amazingly, that’s not even the point. Brad P takes a detailed look at the science of fashion as it relates to women. I like they way the book teaches you this in a simple manner. outstanding!

The Sexy Stereotypes

A section of the book is dedicated to the “sexy stereotype where you can cast a sexual image to women to know that you are sexually potent and this will attract women. Brad P also covers the areas of male power, being attractive to the feminine eye, being an elite, and having the ability to have resources (even if you don’t).

What I found is that I was dressing in the type Brad calls “normal well dressed.” When I switched to “sexy stereotype” my success tripled.

Men’s Inability To Change And Improve

Probably one of the biggest point in Brad P’s Fashion Bible is his knowledge of most men who are really bad with women, and their consequent lack of willingness to get this fashion thing down.

I understand most men’s difficulty in changing the way they dress as does Brad P in a section where he talks about men’s reluctance to change their style.

Brad P’s book helps men come to terms with this position.

The Science of Fashion

Brad’s Fashion Bible reserves a section for this delicate issue. In the “The Nice Guy Look,” Brad deals directly on this issue and shows you how bad it really is if you don’t change that image.

If guys can just get past this “sticking point” really the woman will start coming to you!

I have to say my superlative secret is my fashion to attract women; I get approached or noticed my women everywhere I go. Women always complement me on something I am wearing. Now, at parties, clubs, bars, and any social milieu, I am always the one that is dressed better. The way you look will help you get the girl; I know I’ve had my share.

It has literally taken me years to figure this out. Just get your hands on the eBook and save yourself a lot of headaches.

That’s why I strongly recommend Brad’s Fashion Bible, because the faster you can get this part of the dating equation mastered, the more women you will have in the “pipeline.”

New Creations – A Super Bible School Activity for Your Elementary Kids

One of the most beautiful transformations in all of nature has to be the caterpillar becoming a butterfly. The old has gone, the new has come. Second Corinthians 5:17 is the ultimate showcase verse for this amazing principle, which says, “If anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation. The old has gone, the new has come.” As God’s children, we may not have sprouted wings on the day of our second birth, but we are changing from glory to glory and one day we will shed these old bodies and put on a new body far greater than we can even imagine! I think 2 Corinthians 5:17 is a hallmark Scripture that every Christian should have memorized, so here is a fun Bible school activity you can play with your children to help them memorize it as well.

Here’s what you do:

For this activity, you will need to prepare an index card for each word found in 2 Corinthians 5:17. Use 2 index cards for the reference – one with 2 Corinthians written on it and the other with 5:17. You should have a total of 20 cards. Laminate them for long-term use. Now display all of the cards in correct verse order, words facing out, on a pocket chart or on a table so that your entire class can see them. Now, make the following cards containing the suggested picture I have listed below on one side of the card and the point value and directions on the other side of the card. Make sure that the kids cannot see through the cards to the other side.

1. Old-fashioned telephone – 10 points, Turn over 10 cards

2. Old-fashioned radio – 20 points, Turn over 8 cards

3. Old-fashioned record (LP) – 30 points, Turn over 6 cards

4. A VHS tape – 40 points, Turn over 4 cards

5. A car run on gas – 50 points, Turn over 2 cards

6. Old-fashioned roller blades – 10 points, Turn over 10 cards

7. Old-fashioned typewriter – 20 points, Turn over 8 cards

8. A road map – 30 points, Turn over 6 cards

9. Old-fashioned ice box – 40 points, Turn over 4 cards

10. A clothesline- 50 points, Turn over 2 cards

11. Old-fashioned washboard – 10 points, Turn over 10 cards

12. Candles – 20 points, Turn over 8 cards

13. Cloth diapers – 30 points, Turn over 6 cards

14. Horse and buggy – 40 points, Turn over 4 cards

15. Old-fashioned camera – 50 points, Turn over 2 cards

Laminate all of these cards. You can display them on a pocket chart, point side down, or fan them out in your hands, from which your kids will pick. You will also need the list of multiple choice questions found at the end of this article. You are now ready to play this activity.

Before playing, say the following to your class:

Who can name something that was old, but is now a new or better version? For example, whenever you would see a movie, it was always in 2D – two dimensions. Now, there are a lot of movies in 3D. When I was your age (if this fits you), most fast food restaurants did not have a drive-through window. Now, almost all of them have drive-through windows. Who can give me some other examples? (Wait for responses.) Technology has changed the way we live in so many ways. Old things are out of date. New things are cool. Did you know that God is interested in changing our lives? In fact, no one can change a person’s life more than God. He’s in the business of making us new creations. Who would like to read 2 Corinthians 5:17? (Have a child read the verse.) Wow! That’s a pretty awesome verse. Basically, it means that when we accept Jesus as our Savior, He completely changes our life. We may not see the changes right away. In fact, the Bible says we won’t experience the complete and total change until we get to Heaven. The bodies we have then, will be nothing like the ones we have now.

Second Corinthians 5:17 is a great verse that we should all memorize to help us remember that if we are a Christian, God has begun a new work in us and will complete it in Heaven. To help us memorize this verse, we’re going to play a fun game called “New Creations” and also have a fun look at some old things that have turned new.

Here’s how we play: I will divide you into 2 teams. Each team will have the chance to pick one of my picture cards. Each picture will be of something old that is not used very much anymore. On the back of each card is a point value along with a number of cards you will have to turn over on our Scripture cards displayed on the pocket chart (or table). The team with the most points wins.

I will give you a multiple-choice question having to do with the picture you picked. If you answer it correctly, you will get to earn the points listed on the back of the picture if you are able to say the Bible verse correctly with the amount of cards that are showing on our Bible verse display board. After each play, I will turn the Bible verse cards back over for the next player. Let’s play!

15 Multiple Choice Questions on Old Things and New Things

1. The telephone – Alexander Graham Bell invented the first telephone. In the old days, you had to sit by the phone the whole time you were talking on it. The cord often got tangled up. Today, we talk on

A. Cell phones

B. Tin cans

2. The radio – Before TV, there was radio. In the old days, families would sit around the radio listening to their favorite shows and music. The first ones were big and bulky and had to be plugged in to a socket. Today, we listen to music on

A. Record players

B. iPods

3. A record (LP) – When people listened to music, they would put these black round discs onto a record player and place a handle, which contained a needle, on top of it. They would go around and around. You couldn’t rewind or forward. Today we listen to our music on

A. Tape decks

B. CD’s

4. A VHS tape – It used to be, that when you wanted to watch a movie at home, you would pop in a videotape into your video player. Today, we watch movies on

A. DVD’s

B. Film strips

5. A car that runs only on gas – Cars are changing. Most cars have always run on gasoline. But because oil is growing scarce, more and more cars also run on

A. Orange juice

B. Electricity

6. Roller skates – Going to the roller rink was lots of fun in the old days, but roller skates were big and bulky. Today, kids where

A. Roller blades

B. Moon shoes

7. A typewriter – Click, click, click went the typewriter. Some people were very fast on these old-fashioned machines that used to write everyone’s letters. Today, writing words has never been faster because we use

A. Computers

B. Pencils

8. A road map – In the old days, if you got lost while driving, you would have to pull off to the side of the road and pull out your road map to figure out how to get where you wanted to go. Today, if someone gets lost, they can just check on their

A. position with the stars

B. GPS systems

9. An old-fashioned icebox – My great-great-grandfather used to deliver ice to people’s houses for their iceboxes. This was how people kept their food cold. Today, we put our food in a

A. mailbox

B. refrigerator

10. A clothesline – In the old days, if you wanted your clothes dry, you had to hang them on a clothesline for a few hours. Today, drying your clothes is easy inside a

A. dryer

B. tanning salon

11. An old-fashioned washboard – Your great-grandmas worked hard at washing their clothes. They would often use a washboard to scrub out the stains. Today, your moms use a

A. swimming pool

B. washer

12. Candles – How did people see in the dark in the old days? They used lots and lots and lots of candles. Candle making was a big business. Today, if we want to see in the dark we just use

A. electricity

B. fireflies

13. A horse and buggy – In the old days, most families owned a horse and buggy to take them into town. Today, we can travel long distances in a short amount of time in our

A. baby strollers

B. cars

14. Cloth diapers – Taking care of a baby is a lot of work. In the old days, moms had to wash a ton of diapers. Today, it’s a lot easier. Now, moms can use

A. disposable diapers

B. paper towels

15. An old-fashioned camera – Say, “Cheese!” Picture taking and developing was quite a long process in the old days. Today, people can take thousands of pictures in a matter of minutes with their

A. digital cameras

B. TV’s

Saving the Family Bible

The Family Bible is typically 12 x10 by 4 inches. The Bible was most likely published between 1840 and 1900. In the beginning of this Family Bible period the covers were flat with little embossment if any. Later Family Bibles from 1870 are most often deeply embossed and have panels stamped in gold. More often than not the later Bibles’ paper can be more embrittled than earlier Bibles. Paper was mass-produced with more harsh chemicals after the beginning of the industrial revolution. Earlier Bibles tend to be single columned content where newer ones of the late Victorian will be double columned. These later Bibles often have glossaries, maps and illustrated sections in the front of the Bible.

Why is this family relic in poor condition? Family Bibles like everything else suffer the passage of time, but the biggest threats to the Bible are heat, humidity and light. That is not to say that some of these venerable giants have simply been worn-out by use. There are usually many forensic signs of heavy usage such as, food and debris in the gutters, ear-marked pages from heavy use, hair braids to corsages stuffed between pages, torn and bumped covers and finally the general rubs and abrasions of prolonged use. But suffering all this, again a Bible’s great enemies are heat, humidity and light.

The effects of these three conditions do more to age and breakdown the substance of Bibles than anything else. From what materials are a Bible made? First, the papers in earlier Bibles are a cotton, linen or a mix of the two. These fibers are very long lived and as an example a pure linen paper can easily last over 500 years. Later, the pages were pulped using tree fibers and harsh chemicals. That’s why I said older paper is likely to be in better condition because of the quality of materials. Older Bibles may have one or two different papers, typically one kind for illustrations and the other for text. Later Bibles have a change of papers like a model in a fashion show. For example the illustrations, the title page and interleafing tissue, the text paper, the Family Record pages, more text paper and at the back heavy paper lined board where photographs are inserted.

Family Bibles are made with leather. Again owing to radical changes in the production techniques, earlier Bibles tend to have longer lasting leather and newer ones can become powdery and tattered. For the most part all Bibles were covered in calf. There are examples of cloth bindings for Bibles, too. These were the poor families’ option. In late Victorian clothbound Bibles there is a likelihood of poor paper, too.

Hide glue was used to along with linen thread to bind the Bibles. Hide glue is only good for about a hundred years before it becomes brittle. Hide glue also can be acidic. It is not unusual to see the spine of the Bible parting from the glue having shrunk and separated from the paper. Because of the shear weight of the Family Bible, all these materials bound together properly can last for centuries, if one fails the whole Bible will soon fall apart.

With the ingredients of leather, cotton, hide glue and linen we see in its composition that this is a rather organic system. In some ways it is miraculous they don’t get eaten by vermin and pets! Take any of these materials and nail them to an outside post and you’ll witness a rather quick degradation to dust! So then, what can we do to prolong these precious heirlooms?

  • Never put a Bible in the basement, garage or attic.
  • Never put a Bible upright without lateral support.
  • Never leave a Bible opened for prolonged periods.
  • Never let sunlight or harsh lighting contact the Bible
  • Never keep a Bible in either a humid or extremely dry environment.
  • Never keep a Bible in an extremely warm environment.
  • Do keep a Bible at room temperature 68 to 72 degrees.
  • Do store a Bible flat but make sure it’s kept to its form not canted.
  • Do maintain humidity as close to 50% as possible.
  • Do contain the Bible in an archival box.
  • Do store the Bible near bottom of the closet. (Not the floor (flood) not on top (fire))
  • Do keep the Bible Record updated with a note inside front cover with family names.
  • Do choose a responsible guardian to transfer the Bible when you are ready.

Nothing lasts forever, at least in a physical form. Family Bibles after 100 years generally can use the services of a professional bookbinder. With the proper restoration and conservation, this heirloom can reasonably last another 100 years. Use caution in selecting a good conservator and your family will enjoy and treasure your Family Bible for many more generations.