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https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Oct13Post.mp4 There are a lot of paradoxes in modern life. Many poets and philosophers have spoken and written about these. The things we feel compelled to do are the absolute wrong things. You meet a girl, you hit it off. Then you text, and she doesn't text back right away. You very much WANT to see her text. You get a good feeling when she texts you. When normal guys hook up with ladies, unless you have a long history of lady slaying, it gives you a bit of "I can't believe this is happening" feeling. Most guys get
https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Apr28Post.mp4 Magic Johnson was famous way back in the day for his "no look pass." The then Lakers played very well together. And combined with Johnson's super human skills, he could literally pass the ball behind him. He had very wide peripheral vision, as many athletes do. Bruce Lee was another athlete who had wide peripheral vision. Of course, in the movies, this was exaggerated, by his super wide eyes when he'd be beating the crap out of everybody around him. A more recent example is a gif that's been going around. O
https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Mar16Post.mp4 Holding a strong frame is a very necessary skill. One might say it's THE most important skill. Socrates was murdered for proving that all the goofs in charge couldn't "prove" anything they thought was a logical reason for being in power. Roman Emperor Marcus Aurelius noted that EVERYTHING is opinion. One dude famously came up with the basic idea that EVERYBODY is governed by the ancient law, "might makes right." This might not seem to be true, especially in a polite society. But if you tune your brain to see thi