From the New York Times:
“I publicly don’t vote because it causes bias,” he [Adams] said, adding that “I define myself as left of Bernie.”
His appreciation for Mr. Trump is about communication methods, he said. Mr. Adams is a trained hypnotist and has written a book about the art of persuasion.
“He is more persuasive than any public figure I’ve ever seen,” he said of the president. “Early on in 2015 I saw his skill set and thought no one has that skill set. You can’t recognize persuasion unless you’ve studied it.”
If you’re in one of those when an earthquake hits, it could give you the power to see people’s thoughts and feelings expressed in song and dance. It’s true; I saw it on television!
Yes, exactly, me too! I can’t not look at a TV that’s in my field of vision. If there’s something on it, I either want to watch it or turn it off; I can’t just ignore it. When I watch something, I want to get involved with it and follow the story. Some people seem to be able to have it on just as background filler. I have a friend who wants to hang out with me sometimes, and we start to watch something, and he immediately starts fiddling with his phone.
I still have an old Walkman and Discman. The belts in the Walkman have all worn out, but the Discman still works and I actually use it once in a blue moon.
Also, am gratified to see the girl with the radio. Most people nowadays don’t realize how huge it once was. Although it was before my time, I love listening to those programs from the 30’s – 50’s.
His Blork sounds better than Bjork.
I agree, but I must confess that I do like his Siegfried Idyll and the overture to Die Meistersinger. That’s it.
Ugh, Wagner, no. Now Mozart! There was an opera composer!
If it hadn’t been for Chef Boyardee ravioli, I woulda starved in college.
Someone once told me that the way to win at The Sims was just to keep buying stuff for your people. It’s all about materialism.
It’s not what you do it’s the way how you do it.