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Validate Your Life : Productivity and Minimalism, Tech, Atheism, and More

Summary: The Validate Your Life and TheNerdCoach main podcast for all projects include audio blog archives, the new audio blog, one and the same recordings episodes, the NLP Practitioner Series, Linuxgeekoid recordings, and the Christmas Carol recordings. This is, unquestionably, the motherload!

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 Update on Tuesday Post Structure with VernePhilleas! | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1:00:01

Can a woman be 'Home'?   Can a person be home? I dislike that idea because it sounds possessive.  I (as John Kooz ;D) did 2 podcasts on 'What is Home' and deduced that home is some place has certain qualities.   What is Home ? (Part 1) What is Home ? (Part 2) In the past I thought a home was a place where you always knew where the home was/is and...that you had a key to and that was connected to and/or in close proximity to: Career Friends Safety Familiarity Other Qualities. In the podcast I talk about british-like regimented structure and other fucking shite go fuck yourself.   ahh....I mention (as VernePhilleas in hyper vulnerable, teenager mode, being (possibly permanently) infatuated with a Krystal Dawson woman whom likely doesn't know whom I now VernePhilleas from a mere photo. The podcast is genuinely quite thorough and provides an admittedly thorough explanation of the whereabouts of validateyourlife.com stuff....or something.   John Kooz spent 9 years writing over 450,000 words with over 227 podcasts and over 790 blog posts, but I think I (VernePhilleas) detest validateyourlife.com.  I find validateyourlife.com a disgusting burden. I love beautiful women (Krystal Dawson is an exquisitely beautiful woman, prettier than Scarlett Johannsen).  I also like music.  Good music seems to be a happy boost.  Okeee... sincerely, VernePhilleas

 Are You a Great Man? And Me Rambling About Love for A Woman (Krystal Dawson) | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1:13:18

THIS content is completely different from Validateyourlife.com content.  Thus it might belong elsewhere.  I wanted to chuck it up however.   I wrote the following Why ANYONE (srsly) would want to listen to this I have no idea what is wrong with that person.  Let's say this is an eclectic podcast that prob should be on NerdSexCode, but here it is: What's in this podcast My love for a photo of a woman (see below) Martians Seeing Venusians A fair amount of Screaming Me calling ghandi an emaciated piece of shit (meh). Ramblings of some loony angry person Talking about masutrbation Brief intermittent great man theory Basically, In this recording (not sure why anyone would listen to this)Sooo.......How's it going, mates!  I have had a huge variety of podcast (and blog) content over the past nine years (well, past three years for podcasting).  I kind of tested the boundaries of what I could share from rants, to my best go at wisdom, to screaming and whinging, to reading old journals, to being as helpful/professional as possible about slesct knowledge things like classical music and chess and atheism, and discovered like zero restrctions. Awesome! However, I recorded this and, well, and the only way to describe what happened was my mind (and heart and body) felt 'hacked' by love and infatuation and arousal.  Maybe hacked is far too derogatory of a word because 'galvanized' and 'activated' is much more fitting.  All I did was see a few photos of this Australian super-model Krystal Dawson and about every few minutes in the podcast recording I ended up mentioning her it seemed!  She's the most beautiful woman I've ever seen ever....like...EVER!  I kind of almost would prefer if it was just a finite infatuation because I (understandably) fear wanting to podcast about that woman's beauty and that appearing (understandably) 'stalkerish.  But then I realized, 'Hey, it's not stalking a person; it's praising a person!'  At worst, people whom read my site and/or listen to my podcast might evaluate me mentioning that woman I've never even met but identify with certainty as the most beautiful woman I have ever seen as 'excesssive' or 'creepy', but at best it probably helps her career because it gets her name out there.  So I realized there isn't anything wrong with blogging and/or podcasting about how beautiful a person is.  People blog and write and podcast and make vids about the, for example, Mona Lisa painting or Princess Di, or other artistic, or interesting, or beautiful people.  No harm in me mentioning this person, Krystal Dawson, because I realized it's not stalking, it's heralding that woman's beauty! True! So this was a podcast I was prob most reluctant and anxious about sharing.  That's what I was saying with the third sentence of this post: I was socially uncertain about sharing screams and rants and knowledge and more, but all of that (delightfully shockingly), seemed a-okay, so why not podcast about what feels like 'love'?  I guess because it's so personal.  But hey, I'm publishing my lifescribe journals, and I'm interested in revealing most 'typically' private thoughts and/or feelings.  After I recorded this podcast, I was like there's no way I can upload that, but I di dhaha!  I abandoned the residual husk of anxiety.  At worst it might sound excessive or creepy, but at best it will possibly help her career (more peopl will know about her possibly), but I d I feel like I'm in love with that woman and I've never even met her.  That's the most annoying feeling possible at times because I try to do somethin g 'normal' and then every 9th thought is of her!  Was like what the hell brain, and/or heart, and/or sexual mojo, trying to focus!  Being open about Krystal's beauty would horrify John (because of embarssment of revealing something private) but is all Verne! Trying to type with frostbite; very cumbersome.  Anyways as always deets are in the podcast.

 Don’t Try, Abandon! Abandon is often Victory and Success | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 36:43

ME rambling about heinous broken historical pattern of dating women and then fantasizing about other women. Beautiful people in the world 2007 Journal readings Toxic Fail Fame-driven agenda (100% fail shit) The Real Podcast The real podcast starts around 21:00 with the fact that abandoning things is often Victory!  Never try. When something doesn't work, abandon it!  There's better ways to do things.  Abandoning things is victory.  That sounds desperate but if you think about it, this is quite logical. This applies to everything: Physiology - You're doing something that hurts, you get a legament injury.  Trying what works is uplifting.  Exercise is great for physiological maintenance but it can make a person too patient.  Focus on what you want! yay! Software - incompatibilities; abandon!  Connect with software with which you're compatible!  If a piece of software is good I don't need nor use a manual; it just works! Career - Maybe you'll get the bonus salary raise NEXT year. Fuck that!  Abandon, mate!  Do what you want with YOUR time! Relationships - Connect with people you love; abandon anything else Projects - Project action steps are concsistently burdensome and/or annoying?  Abandon that project!  Do actions related to projects that are uplifting.  The reward for a job well done is the completion itself. Don't hammer nails into steel; relocate, abandon, and succeed! Try-WorkHard-Fail is NOT your reality. Try-WorkHard-Fail-Abandon Do it differently. Abandon.  Do what you want and like.  Succeed! Yayness! THAT is your reailty!

 Get Your Croissant! Don’t Commit Sexual Euthanasia! Be Selective! (Podcast#227) | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1:05:43

This is really a sick awesome recording I did imho, mates In the podcast: * Splendid fucking awesome details: * The French Baguette Croissant Podcast-Idea-Anchor (PIA haha!) * Nancy Friday Secret Garden * Sexual Fantasies * Superb Awesome British+Aussie+NewYork Accents Heyo! * Coffee (grinds+water+3-teabags) Joltness!  * SMART+True: If you get the exact croissant (and career and relationships), it's easier to get more of what you want (relationships, career, frie     After-Thought Reflections Get The Relationship You Want or Nothing = Quality!(Both are Okay!) Basically a podcast about being selective.  Herald being picky.  Get precisely what you want or have nothing.  Either or both of those (precisely what want or nothing) are 100% better than some quasi-substitute rubbish. If you liked this, subscribe and donate to help keep the site up.  I'll keep podcasting but without subs and/or donations, I just won't upload the podcasts haha.  I'm not being a slave.  If you like podcasts like this, sub and/or donate and/or buy an ebook ffs.  If ppl just leech my podcasts, I'll stop uploading them.  Subscribe, donate, or buy an ebook. Get Your Croissant! Don't Commit Sexual Euthanasia! Be Selective! Want This Recording with a Classical Music Backtrack? There Ya Go! irecothis_around_20130130

 Apex-Productivity Items Part 2 (HUGELY Significant and Awesome) – Productivity and Minimalism – | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 35:25

Purpose The whole purpose of the Apex-Productivity Item (API) is to ensure you realize that it is better to not have something than to have something that’s deficient. Having something mediocre is fine, something of exceptional quality might be better, but the main emphasis here is eliminating things that cause problems! Booya! Wahoo! All you should be getting should be exceptionally awesome belongings or things that have well-integrated utility; this way, you can ensure you like what you have, need nothing more, and are not “coping” with a confusing hodgepodge of belongings. In applying these principles, just the opposite occurs; you soar with the best “gear” and maximized productivity! The way you get exceptionally awesome things is first identify them. Sounds obvious, but that's true and necessary to acknowledge. The most challenging step of acquiring an API is first identifying what an apex-productivity item is to you. An item that you use is valuable and an apex-productivity item. In contrast, an item that is so overly-expensive or so burdensome that the item uses you, is precisely the type of item we want to eliminate. An Apex-Productivity Item is precisely something that is (rarely the most expensive, but rather) something that provides supreme productivity and often accomplishes many things. Almost always an apex-productivity takes the place of many, many other items. I can list examples of APIs for pages, but here's one to ensure you know about what I am speaking: a spork. My spork (made in Japan) replaces all forks and spoons. It replaces a disgustingly unnecessary slew of over two dozen pieces of silverware; indeed all my food eating, tea-stirring, oatmeal-chomping, salad-consumption, soup-downing is accomplished with chopsticks (a nice fun alternative) and my spork! One little spork that I hang-up in whatever kitchen to which the current location of my habitat is connected or bring while traveling replaces dozens and dozens of unnecessary pieces of silverware! Okay that sounds freakishly extreme and I'm not suggesting you do that, too. You may not like it. I love it, but I have accomplished what I wanted to in mentioning my spork; I have illustrated how an API replaces many unnecessary items. It would be inaccurate to say that an API is a keystone to productivity because if you remove a keystone, an architecture may crumble. Not so with APIs. Instead, an API simply replaces tons of things you don't need and now, about which you don't have to worry! Be selective to ensure that the only items you have are apex-productivity items. This saves time and money repairing unnecessary components. Remember that apex-productivity items do not have to be expensive; APIs can often be crafted inexpensively or purchased very inexpensively. My travel cosmetic bag is a translucent perfectly-sized mesh bag that came with a MicroNet drylite towel. The bag perfectly holds all my cosmetic items (which are all checkpoint-secure items). It was free with the light-weight towel I purchased. An example of an item that is not an API is a vacuum that requires replacement bags. A simple, compact, bag-less HEPA vacuum would have saved one the trouble of finding, ordering, and buying more bags for a vacuum I never wanted. See, knowing that a bag vacuum is not an apex-productivity item, but then selecting a bag vacuum is failing to be selective. All these core ideas from my book 'Serious Minimalism' work together in a gestalt. When you be selective and only have apex-productivity items, you abolish the need, the maintenance, the cost, the headache, and the problem of peripheral clutter. Definition of API (and a Note on DIY) In contrast to a non-apex-productivity item, an apex-productivity item usually is... More compact, lightweight, and portable. I provide very detailed examples of a few apex-productivity items that personally, for me, are invaluable, but here are a few more general apex-productivity item example ideas:

 What if You Asked to be Born? | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 32:00

  "What if you asked to be born?" This is a fascinating question. It sparks and generates allusions to fate, destiny, and having a life mission and purpose . With questions like "Am I just feeling out life?" Did I signup for life to "Investigate life?" It makes you cognizant with your relationship to life! You start to think, "Did I ask to be born because I wanted to party and life's a party?" or What about a mission or purpose, "Did I ask to be born to complete or accomplish something, like a life mission?" In many ways, this question is a seriously effective motivational epiphany!. Here's an interesting, albeit subtle, shift in the question: What if you WERE asked to be born?" Now that intrinsically changes the frame of the question as it catalyzes and inner dialogue of question like "Did someone or something request that I was born?" "What created the interest in someone to specifically request that I be born?" Wow very unique and different frame there. Personally, I prefer the "original" "..if you asked..." but either is a state change of utilizing perspective. I'm glad I asked to be born! :D

 Productivity and Minimalism Roadtrip | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1:00:08

If I took notes on this (and tried to explain in detail everything I spoke of) this post would be over 10,000 words.  I have written books much much much longer than 10,000 words, but trying to transform this voice journal into a written post is a bit much.  I made add written notes later, but this is a recording of me doing a 1,500 mile roadtrip on October 1st of 2009.  I was starting a different chapter in my life that lasted about 2.5 years.  Themes during that time period were: 12 1-way plane tickets around the world Serious Minimalism (sorting out what was important to me and what were infections) Classical Music Hard Sciences Lots of more voice work! I had a few interesting thoughts in this and (I was driving a vehicle while recording) was quite excited about a couple of minimalism epiphanies!  These ideas have since fueled and been distilled into my minimalism book and recoded, restructured, tested, retested, and scientifically evolved into principles and solid Serious Minimalism and productivity (explained in detail in the upcoming minimalism book).

 Fallacy of Irreducible Complexity (IC) – Atheism FTW – TNC s03e21 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 5:58

Fallacy of Irreducible Complexity (IC) Another favourite metaphor for extreme improbability is the combination lock on a bank vault. Theoretically, a bank robber could get lucky and hit upon the right combination of numbers by chance. In practice, the bank’s combination lock is designed with enough improbability to make this tantamount to impossible – almost as unlikely as Fred Hoyle’s Boeing 747. But imagine a badly designed combination lock that gave out little hints progressively – the equivalent of the ‘getting warmer’ of children playing Hunt the Slipper. Suppose that when each one of the dials approaches its correct setting, the vault door opens another chink, and a dribble of money trickles out. The burglar would home in on the jackpot in no time. Creationists who attempt to deploy the argument from improbability in their favour always assume that biological adaptation is a question of the jackpot or nothing. Another name for the ‘jackpot or nothing’ fallacy is ‘irreducible complexity’ (IC). Either the eye sees or it doesn’t. Either the wing flies or it doesn’t. There are assumed to be no useful intermediates. Dawkins, Richard (2007-12-19). The God Delusion (p. 148). Houghton Mifflin - A. Kindle Edition.

 20 Memory Management in Code – TNC s03e020 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1:06:15

Disclaimer - Some of these are old notes of when I was interested in iOS programming (which uses Objective-C).  Recently, I've been much more interested in (or entirely interested in preferably) android dev which uses obviously the Android SDK and Java.  So a lot of the details of this are irrelevant, BUT memory management in code is important and there's a cool coding parallel between memory management and minimalism! Memory management!! Memory management is the programming discipline of managing the life cycles of objects and freeing them when they are no longer needed. Managing object memory is a matter of performance; if an application doesn’t free unneeded objects, its memory footprint grows and performance suffers. Memory management in a Cocoa application that doesn’t use garbage collection is based on a reference counting model. When you create or copy an object, its retain count is 1. Thereafter other objects may express an ownership interest in your object, which increments its retain count. The owners of an object may also relinquish their ownership interest in it, which decrements the retain count. When the retain count becomes zero, the object is deallocated (destroyed). To assist you in memory management, Objective-C gives you methods and mechanisms that you must use in conformance with set of rules. I can plug in this memory management allocation "retain count number" to physical objects and clutter, so that when one project needs an object I incredement the retain count if another project needs it i'll increment again.  If a project doesn't need the object anymore, I decrement it.  When an object has a retain count of 0, I discard/sell/give-away the object.  SWEET!!   Memory-management rules, sometimes referred to as the ownership policy, help you to explicitly manage memory in Objective-C code. You own any object you create by allocating memory for it or copying it.Related methods: alloc, allocWithZone:, copy, copyWithZone:, mutableCopy, mutableCopyWithZone: If you are not the creator of an object, but want to ensure it stays in memory for you to use, you can express an ownership interest in it.Related method: retain If you own an object, either by creating it or expressing an ownership interest, you are responsible for releasing it when you no longer need it.Related methods: release, autorelease Conversely, if you are not the creator of an object and have not expressed an ownership interest, you must not release it. If you receive an object from elsewhere in your program, it is normally guaranteed to remain valid within the method or function it was received in. If you want it to remain valid beyond that scope, you should retain or copy it. If you try to release an object that has already been deallocated, your program crashes. This is all the more reason to let go of physical objects that clutter your life because it creates panic paranoia and consumes memory!  Get in the habit of releasing, autoreleasing objects that I don't have an ownership interest in, and know that any object you own, consumes allocated memory.  Thus, the less things own, the more memory, the better control of life choices and the easier it is to do things! Because can use free memory to queue up preparations for the next task.  Example, I queued up tons of decluttering articles before going to storage because that was what I needed in memory for the dejunking process, if my memory is clogged with physical belonging ownership allocation, then I won't have enough "memory space" for queueing up relevant articles.  THIS IS HOT! and good. Programming langauge applied to real-life objects! I love it; I like it! " It is important not to get rid of the new object until the third party has finished using it. It is better, therefore, to think of memory management in terms of object ownership, where any object may have one or more owner. So long as an object has at least one owner, it continues to exist.

 House Surgeon’s Survival Guide (Odd Book!) – TNC s03e19 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 20:34

  Weird Book! Details are in the podcast.  Don't forget to subscribe!                      

 Double Remind Yourself of the Four Joys of Minimalism (w/Podcast as usual) – TNC s03e18 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 24:56

If you feel stagnant or stuck or stumped with clutter, remind yourself of the Joys of minimalism. Your brain can interface with updates more. If you need a new thingie, you'll get it. You need to get that sub-action of a project complete, it's done. You're agenda has more space to utilize your mind and body without being encumbered to smoothly and somewhat effortlessly accomplish things that before minimalism, would have been daunting, a headache, complicated, or would have required a lot of project planning steps. In short, when you eliminate irrelevant or rubbish things and experience minimalism, accomplishing things you actually WANT to accomplish become clear and natural and not entangled. Things Are Accomplished with Ease and Less Planning. You just see and understand how to accomplish something and it and then the next thing you know you're crossing that off a list as complete! In short, with clutter, it takes a lot of effort and resourceful resources of energy just to plan something out let alone accomplish it because your focus and energy is bled into irrelevant or cluttering rubbish things. However, with minimalism, their are no such leaks of energy nor focus nor concentration; instead, you have that coallescence of intention and purpose and energy so that accomplishing something often requires less or little planning that may have required a plethora of planning before. In short, when you have minimalism, you are centered and the emotional and cognitive state of being centered keeps you clear enough to accomplish tasks, projects, things you want or need to complete with shocking smoothness and considerable ease and naturalness. Jolly good!  Basically your focus and your concentration is not diluted with minimalism which is really really awesome and essential. You can enjoy the reward of serenity and peace that is not stagant. This one is kind of the icing on the cake. It's just feel peaceful and experiencing zero emotional festering, twitchiness, or burden from clutter. Your actual nerves feel more 'electric', your mind feels more useful instead of cloudy, and your body feels responsive and healthy, centered, aligned, agile, and flexible. The fusion of that awesomeness makes for a very enduringly peaceful feeling. You could have infected your life with hoards of clutter that require maintenance and cost and management that kept your own mind and body discombobulated at best, or most likely practically falling apart. But with minimalism, you are seamless and can savour that stalwart peace. Jolly Good! Increasing Minimalism increases Productivity.  Minimalism is directly correlated with productivity.  You increase minimalism, you decrease entanglements, which makes productivity accelerate and fly.  Similarly, you increase productivity and things that you use and that are helpful become more blatant and obvious and things that you don't use equally become blatant and obvious, which makes minimalism natural, effortless, "Done!", and awesome.  Listen to the podcast for more details on this. Uber Whinge-Fest on Podcast Booya!

 Tempo and Dynamics in Classical Music! – TNC s03e17 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 21:33

This is a cool post.  I like it.  As with practically every post on this site, most all of the material is in the podcast, so if you want to learn more about this post....listen up! Dynamics (aka Volumeness) Basically Dynamics in music is just a fancy were for Volume (aka softness/quietness or loudness).  Dynamics is pretty easy to understand in classical music because it's just derivations of two words (of course all the tempo and dynamic markings are italiano!): piano - italian for quiet or soft forte - italian for loud So you get pianissimo as VERY quiet and fortissimo as VERY loud. There's also some weird one's like mezzo-forte but you can still deduce that means 'a bit louder'.  the 'issimos' are the most extreme.  So understanding dynamics (volume) in classical music is pretty intresting. I put heaps of work into the podcast and if you're really interested in classical music Tempo and Dynamics you'd be best to listen to this podcast and hey, optionally subscribe, where you can catch (if there are any future ones) at least the past Classical Music Appreciation posts. Awesome! Why/How are Tempo and Dynamic Markings Useful as a Listener? Good question. Glad you inquired.  But it's an obvious answer is it not?  If you're in a 'relaxing soothing melodious slow mood' you can tune up some largo, adagio, or andanteness.  If you want something loud or soft you can look for the forte and/or piano derivations.  If you want something electric and lively find movements that have allegro, vivace, or presto tempo markings. Kewl! Tempo Tempo in classical music is just 'speed', the cadence or pace or fastness or slowness of a classical music piece.  It is NOT as simple as dynamics because their are many italian words used to detail tempo.  However, tempo is what you will most likely see if/when you study classical music (less likely to see dynamics markings) because to the right of almost every movement (most all symphonies have four, occasionally three movements) there is this obscure italian word (which is the tempo marking which tells the musicians and the orchestra and most relevantly, YOU, the listener how fast that movement is).  I high have made the most common (meaning if you just learn the emboldened/underlined words you'll probably understand most tempo markings) tempo markings bold/underlined.  They are Larghissimo - freakishly slow (

 6 Types of Departure – Ways on How to Make Your Exit – TNC s03e16 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 50:17

This is a Social Code post and part of the 'Maximize Your Time' peculiar category. Everyone enters and exits. That's how people exist. You may be (like me) horrible at exiting and maybe superb at 'entrancing' or vice versa or horribly at both or decent at both. However, it is always good to have cognizance of some superbly useful SocialCode for departures. This was, granted, written with a bit of humour in mind. However,   understand that this is also very serious and true because there are no other ways to depart a venue other than the ones I have listed in this article. Thus, whenever you have and whenever you will depart from a venue it is always be means of one of these forms of departure. Types of exits or departures: The Compliment Close The compliment exit is where you try to leave a person (or persons) feeling charmed or boosted to make them feel better and/or to have their impression of you be one in a good light. This one is a classic form of departure. You often say things like 'Hey you guys are (or were) awesome! Thanks! Great! Awesome!' When I depart from meeting up with friends, I often utilize the compliment close. If teaching a one-time seminar on the last day, exiting with the Compliment Close is easily the best exit. On days before ending the seminar, contingency closes (with homework) are appropriate. The Disgruntled Departure (Enraged or Curmudgeonly) This is the departure that often permanently closes doors. This is important to do at times and at times the Disgruntled departure is an appropriate exit. This can involve screaming, name-calling, or just venting of rage before or while exiting. Usually this departure is accomplished by shouting some explicit utterance or names at a person and storming off or quickly and abruptly hanging up the phone. It's important to know and understand in advance when you plan to execute 'the disgruntled departure' because it almost always closes doors and you will want to urgently depart. A casual departure is acceptable with the Compliment, Contingency, or Ghost exits only. The Ghost The ghost departure is common. This is where someone simply 'vanishes' without elaborate good-byes. A quick 'bye gotta go' and then departing counts as a quasi-ghost departure, but a true ghost departure is zero communication of your future exit. The ghost departure happens in all kinds of places. Take a gym. Few people tell others that 'they are about to leave the gym' or a coffee shop, few people say (unless they are in an appointment) I'm about to leave the coffee shop. The ghost departure is one of the most useful ways to exist a venue or to terminate a social interaction. I really like the Ghost departure. It is hassle free and uses very little energy. The Expulsion Exit This one is simple. It's a blend of the disgruntled departure where your behaviour is detestable (fairly or unfairly of an evaluation) to the people at the venue and they force or suggest you to depart. Usually the expulsion is a variation of the disgruntled departure so much that it should probably be clustered and categorized under the disgruntled departure. The expulsion is definitely most effective and appropriate in some situations (and it is occasionally, but rarely, the only feasible type of departure). However, I discourage the explusion exit simply because it is unnecessarily ennervating. Energy put into getting persons at a venue to expel you or encourage your exit is unnecessarily wasteful and draining. Secondly, after the departure, the recuperation, animosity, and lingering residual anger at persons and/or a venue could have often been avoided utilizing a less exhausting departure. Example: I was on a Sea Semester boat, noticed they were using unsafe safety protocols and the ship was at risk of running aground. I felt safer in the water, communicated that, and they made the decision for me to get off the boat. In hindsight, that was unquestionably an expulsion exit,

 Voice Journal – Embarassing 2007 Journal Reading! Inflated Infatuation and Medical Pseudo-Programming Behavioural Code – TNC s03e15 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 2:48:09

This was a lengthy recording!  The excerpts I read in the podcast (and then commented on) are below.  No need to tippety typety type the details because it's all in the podcast.  Notes In the 2007 Journal I was disturbingly obsessed with 'west coast, usa' and 'california'. ew.. no f'ing thanks. Went there.  Did that.  Lived there for 1.5 years (2008 to autumn 2009) and meh.  Had some okay experiences there, saw and met some interesting people, saw and did some interesting things.  But meh not really for me.  I was fairly (now embarassingly quite obsessed with two people I met out there whom I thought were guides of sorts and I over-hyped a lot of things about california.  Not going to be critical of it, but meh, didn't seem like me. In ireland 2009 and in australia someone mentioned Boston to me oddly.  If you've listened to some of my podcasts, you'll know I am not to keen on usa in some ways, but that said, east coast (ny and/or ma or something) seems moderately interesting, but meh.  Also, when I was driving out to the west coast in 2008, I recall quite clearly listening to a David Bach audio book, and it being dead night, and thinking 'you're going the wrong way'.  Didn't know what that thought meant (like shouldn't have been driving or doing something else differently or just that bearing/direction).  Anyways, interesting stuff. Finally, I am embarrassed at how rambly some of the 2007 journals were.  Was trying to figure out how my brain leaped from one paragraph to the next. haha. Still. Great 'voice journal' content.     stream of work can be smiley math uplifting 8/11/2007 ish  Pseudo-Programming, Pseudo Medical Directions Quite Nerdy (2007)  Daily Workout Medical Directions od 0.75L H20 c Vitamins qid 50sups ad lib. bib H20 q 0.75L H20, 50sups q uri. Void, 10 Hstands if (no voids and no additional H20) { # of od sups = 200 (minimum) + vitamins + .75L H20 } Else # of od sups = 200 + (# of 1L H20)50 # of od hstands = (# of uri. voids)10 + .75L H20 + vitamins Key: Od=daily Quid=4x/day Q=every C=with Sups=situps Hstands=headstands Embarassing Inflated Infatuation (2007) *so embarassing (+ quasi-lame)* Wow.   Amandas profound romantic grace and ebullient beaming eyes of intention and captivating sincerity res          onating profound gestures of juicy, bubbly joy.   She has a calm, centered, and alive ambience and disposition in life and I just want to fuck her in every orofice possible and love her and make sweet love to her but not lustfully -- sure lust will be fine and great -- but the goal is not satiation of lust but to give loe.   I also want to flirt with her, too.   Just her reciving flowing, delicate, but simultaneously SO strong voice captivates me.   You have an innonence that I find attractive, but that's only superficial, you have a profound depth of inner knowing and presence.   Before I couldn't tell if I'd discrimiate you as a spiritual sister or love and feel stronger now that to me you feel like the latter.   Don't everl ose your sexy, attractive, RELAXED appeal.   Your relaxation and ease without ever looking slopy -- always looking HOT -- soothes me and totally turns me on.   She has the warmth -- too.   You have the warmth of breeze and the amiableness , but MORE of the sexiness. I never thought that it would be possible to meet a woman who looks as sexy and attractive as you with silky smooth skin, but then also has such a glowing, kind ambience and milieau.   I love your face, your golden long locks, your beaming, pools of light for eyes.   adn your smoking hot bod.   I stand a bit perplexed as to how I didn't notice your beauty in highschool but am not too daunted because I've grown, becoming more aware to see with my hear instead of my photorceptive rods and cones since then! Other 2007 Exercpts (most embarassing, the no furniture reasons makes sense though!) REASONS WHY I DON'T HAVE (MUCH) FURNITURE) I'm a non-conformist

 Random Dolt: ‘Show me the Fossils!’ Dawkins: ‘Here ya go!’ – Atheism FTW TNC s03e14 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 32:56

podcast forthcoming. Dawkins v. 'A Dunderhead' LOL.  Just found this and like it.  Basically someone brainwashed to reiterate identical thing about 'not having intermediates' and Dawkins keeps communicating that there are intermediate fossils (which there are!) but didn't get through to the person lol. Wendy: What I go back to is the evolutionists are still lacking the science to back it up. But instead what happens is science that doesn’t bolster the case for evolution gets censored out. Such as there is no evidence of evolution from going from one species to another species. If that, if evolution had occurred then surely whether it’s going from birds to mammals or, or, even beyond that surely there’d be at least one evidence. Richard: There’s a massive amount of evidence. I’m sorry but you people keep repeating that like a kind of mantra because you, you, just listen to each other. I mean, if only you would just open your eyes and look at the evidence. Wendy: Show it to me, show me the, show me the bones, show me the carcass, show me the evidence of the in-between stages from one species to another. Richard: Every time a fossil is found which is in between one species and another you guys say, ‘Ah, now we’ve got two gaps where there, where previously there was only one.’ I mean almost every fossil you find is intermediate between something and something else. Wendy [laughs]: If that were the case, the Smithsonian Natural History Museum would be filled with these examples but it isn’t. Richard: It is, it is … in the case of humans, since Darwin’s time there’s now an enormous amount of evidence about intermediates in human fossils and you’ve got various species of Australopithecus for example, and … then you’ve got Homo habilis – these are intermediates between Australopithecus which was an older species and Homo sapiens which is a younger species. I mean, why don’t you see those as intermediates? Wendy: … if evolution has had the actual evidence then it would be displayed in museums not just in illustrations. Richard: I just told you about Australopithecus, Homo habilis, Homo erectus, Homo sapiens – archaic Homo sapiens and then modern Homo sapiens – that’s a beautiful series of intermediates. Wendy: You’re still lacking the material evidence so … Richard: The material evidence is there. Go to the museum and look at it … I don’t have them here obviously, but you can go to any museum and you can see Australopithecus, you can see Homo habilis, you can see Homo erectus, you can see archaic Homo sapiens and modern Homo sapiens. A beautiful series of intermediates. Why do you keep saying ‘Present me with the evidence’ when I’ve done so? Go to the museum and look. Wendy: And I have. I have gone to the museums and there are so many of us who still are not convinced … Richard: Have you seen, have you seen Homo erectus? Wendy: And I think there’s this effort, this rather aggressive effort to try and talk over us and to censor us. It seems to come out of a frustration that so many people still don’t believe in evolution. Now if evolutionists were so confident in their beliefs there wouldn’t be the effort to censor out information. It shows that evolution is still lacking and is questionable. Richard: I am … I confess to being frustrated. It’s not about suppression, it’s about the fact that I have told you about four or five fossils … [Wendy laughs] … and you seem to simply be ignoring what I’m saying … Why don’t you go and look at those fossils? Wendy: … If they were in the museums which I’ve been to many times, then I would look at them objectively, but what I go back to is … Richard: They are in the museum. Wendy: What I go back to is that the philosophy of evolution can lead to ideologies that have been so destructive to the human race … Richard: Yes, but wouldn’t it be a good idea, instead of pointing to misperceptions of Darwinism, which have been hideously misused politically,

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