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Future, Instructor, biosFuture Thompson is the senior-most instructor with Love Systems. He was with Love Systems before we actually had an office. These days Future is famous for his ability to form instant connections with nearly any beautiful woman in nearly any environment, even crossing language barriers. But when Future, then just “Thompson,” first took his Love Systems program he was an extremely awkward kid with an enormous amount of energy and a paralyzing fear of the women he desired. That was way back in 2005, and it seems hard to believe now.

Originally Thompson actually wanted to be a Presbyterian priest (we couldn’t believe it either). Somehow he made the rather radical decision to join the United States Marine Corps. During his service he broke up with his cheating fiancee and spent the rest of his contract moping in front of a computer screen. He was single, and he was lonely. He figured all that would change when he arrived in New York to attend film school… but it didn’t. The man, an NCO in the Marine Corps in a city teeming with gorgeous ladies, had no game.

This was before any books or TV shows about Love Systems. This was back when the only way you could learn about game was with vigorous Internet searches that usually resulted in the lonely netizen reading frantic posts by weird people who babbled with strange abbreviations and swore up and down you couldn’t get a beautiful woman without a feather boa wrapped around your neck. With strange advice from the Internet Thompson approached and approached, and although the new knowledge helped him – he could START a conversation with women, although he was still intimidated by the most beautiful girls – Thompson’s searches eventually led him to Love Systems.

The rest is history.

  • This is interesting…Presbyterians do not have Priests – they have Ministers. I know, I am a Presbyterian. Big difference between Priest and Minister.



  • I hear this distinction all the time, especially from my mother and other Presbyterians. I understand the reasoning behind the distinction, that Presbyterians believe rather strongly in a “priesthood of believers,” which is the reason we pass the communion plates to each other instead of lining up to receive it from a man in robes at the front of the church. I bristle at the distinction, though, and hold to the less accepted but still correct definition that a priest is the head of a religious body who is ordained and allowed to perform rites (see The American Heritage Dictionary, a good stodgy reference if ever there was one). A Jewish rabbi or Muslim cleric are types of priests, although I doubt you’d ever hear the end of it if you called them as much. Keeping with that, I consulted with my grandfather on this– himself an elder in my home church and the author of two dictionaries– and he said that while I was technically correct, the purpose of language was communication and I was therefore speaking Aramaic for most people when referring to a non-Catholic/Anglican/Eastern Orthodox figure in such a way.

    So I’m right (albeit a bit of a dick), and you’re right! What a beautiful world!



  • Hey man, is there an email I can reach you at? email me at thanks



  • Hey Bro . I got back from fleet week a couple weeks ago . It was great though I hated the 2 am curfew. There’s this one girl I’m trying to hook up with but it seems I’m falling behind since this other guy is going for her too and she seems to already like him . Fuck that , I’m gonna take her away . P.s. lost your # ( phone busted) hit me up . It’s been awhile . Could use a talk with you. – gino ( marine from nyc in march )



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