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  1. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Oct15Post.mp4 Being nice is fantastic. But being nice is also a terrible strategy. One is when niceness is a choice. This is the good nice. This is when you have power over others, or relative status, and you go out of your to NOT be a dick. This is the kind of nice people appreciate. The cop who lets you slide even though you were speeding. The security guy who lets you into the expensive seats even though you don't have a ticket. The waiter or waitress who secretly tells you the daily special tastes like crap.
  2. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jan12Post.mp4 One of the easiest things about economics to understand is supply and demand. If there is a ton of supply, and very little demand, then it will be cheap. This is why they have stuff in the bargain bin. They made too much (too much supply) and not enough people want it (not enough demand) so it's a dollar or two. (As a kid I found some leftover Christmas candy in the bargain bin, thought I'd discovered secret treasure, but I was up puking all night.) On the other hand, if something is in huge demand, but little supply
  3. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Dec02Post.mp4 Recently I watched a documentary about Jim Jones, the famous cult leader. Most cult leaders have a similar personality, as well as a similar, "career path." It's very much like the very old saying, "power corrupts, absolute power corrupts absolutely." Power is an instinct, like eating. And just like you can't just eat one chip, you will never be satisfied with a certain level of power. However, you can kind of manage your desire for power, just like we can manage our desire for food. We can use our conscious bra
  4. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Oct26Post.mp4 There's a very corny line from a lot of martial arts movies. That you learn any particular martial arts not because you want to fight. But because you don't want to. With a little bit of thought, this makes perfect sense. The more you prepare to fight, the less likely you'll get into a fight. If you knew you were very weak, and couldn't throw a punch to save your life, you would project a certain kind of non-verbal energy. Most of us don't think in terms of non verbal energy. We are either too nervous, beca
  5. https://mindpersuasion.com/sociopaths-and-sucker-punches/
  6. The reason for us having consciousness is unknown. On a much deeper level, the REASON for anything is hard to pin down. Sure, we can look back a few minutes, and see what happened before. X causes Y, Y causes Z, etc. And they might even point to a sequence of events that led to something like consciousness, but that answers the HOW, not the WHY. From a different perspective, you can look at it from an ownership standpoint. Imagine a factory making widgets. They only make them because people buy them. WHY people buy them is not really their problem.
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