Skip to main content
The Street, Uk – 19th March 2010
Is it possible to communicate to certain types of people about certain things without saying anything at all? Like if you practice talking about someone in an accurate way on a certain street corner, and they have subsequently moved out of line within the same framework, and you encounter someone from their community, would you be able to pass the message along? I suppose the rate of info-transmission is much lower and more limited if you only use eye-language. But also your other manner like your clothes and how you carry yourself would also probably make a difference if the connection is not so secure.

I just go around calling people virgins to keep them at arms length. Like if they are trying to be something just agree with them and tell them 'virgin/psycho/loser/too ugly/section' etc. I think if everyone goes through that process they will all be able to relate much better. But you have to be careful about not saying the wrong thing about he wrong person because it's like snakes and ladders. When you are serious you can find someone who is a Public Loser and then get them arrested. But you really have to be 'scum' to be able to seriously get someone arrested and charged like that.

I hate those types of losers who walk in a really awkward fashion and think they can still go around being rude to the locals. Like you should be able to do what you want without being a public loser if you really are respectable.

It is often better to stay under the protection of your car and avoid 'loser crews'.

If you use the right manner, you can pick up a clean woman in the street if she is walking around, without even saying anything, she could be walking in the park the other way down the pavement and you notice each other and then she starts walking along with you in the direction you are going. But you need to have experience. I can't quite do that one yet, but I think there are some women who could do it on me!!


Popular posts from this blog

Effective Altruism

It’s not quite Aldous Huxley or George Orwell. I think altruism is what the Dalai Lama perhaps aspires to; kindness, clarity and compassion. This is about humanity rather than about more abstract terms such as the value of money as a metric for happiness or altruism. When dealing with diagnostic labels in mental health, you have to decide whether money is in fact a factor is such a diagnosis or not, given your politics on what money is. Therefore, mental health should be more of a framework that enables those who chose to give up their freedom to live a healthy life, in safety and security within the system. People seek opportunity, therefore by providing such a framework and a decent introduction to a healthy life free of unhappiness is essential to providing a service that is altruistic. We can see this from the British government’s model of social care and welfare programmes, which have proven resilient to mass immigration, a changing demographic, leading to the disruption in

Brexit debate, should Britain leave the EU for the sake of ECHR?

I think the problem with this type of communication is that it relies on the out crowd being popular when in fact I felt convinced to vote to leave to EU because "they don't get it" and that is called abuse in Bristol and could get you arrested. Most Europeans have a poor education compared to the leading British schools as a result of their limited capacity to live well meaning that it is a technical form of slavery if they succeed in any way when someone from a more privileged backgrounds competes with them if the competition is not fair and equal. For example when it comes to sexual relations with their women. In sports referees have to enforce the rules of the game as well as the relative standing of the different teams in order for there to be a fair competition. Unfortunately, in Europe this does not happen so we should leave, but in the interests of world peace and investing in the future we should stay in the EU as it will get better for

Notes from Energy & Utility Forum 2017

1. Robert Symons, CEO of Western Power Distribution said: “Energy demand could rise by 100% by 2030. Smart grids will be needed to manage electric vehicle charging so that the usage does not exceed the supply capacity at any time during the day.” 2. Spoke to Harry Vickers, Business Development Manager of Camborne Energy Storage, Camborne Capital at the Energy and Utility Forum in London on October 23rd 2017. He told me his company is working with Elon Musk to bring Tesla battery grid storage solutions to the UK. 3. Spoke to Sally Barrett-Williams, Chairman of Energy and Utility Forum on October 23rd, who said subsidies for solar projects had ended and her company’s focus has shifted to energy storage schemes. 4. Spoke to Simon Dowland, PhD, at 13:00 on Sunday 29th October, Simon is now working up in Cambridge at the Cavendish Physics Laboratory at the University of Cambridge, he is working in industry for the company Eight19 Ltd a spin off from a research project to bring ne