Something of Champions
I have this weird friend that eats popcorn for breakfast every morning.
I wondered why she did this, so finally I asked her, wondering if it might cause unexpected friction.
She actually had a very rational, very legitimate answer.
Where’d The Sun Go?
If you study solar eclipses, you know they have a lot of interesting vocabulary associated with them.
The apparent size differential between the sun and the moon during full eclipses.
Or that the history of total solar eclipses is interesting with respect to ancient cultures.
I Know A Shortcut
If you’re ever out driving and you see a potential shortcut through an unknown forest, this is generally bad news.
Kind of like going on a camping trip and deciding to video everything.
Both of these are recipes for certain death at the hands of aliens, supernatural entities or crypto-zoological entities.
There is a very small, somewhat niche company that builds mirrors.
For a while, they’ve been experimenting with remote control concavity or convexity.
But recently they’ve been doing some experimental research on the reflective components.
They’ve been working on using some rare earth elements that when combined with the right curvature of concavity, will allow you to look into a potential future.
If you stand in front of the mirror, and imagine taking a certain action long enough, when you open your eyes you’ll see a reflection of yourself after having taken that action.
If you look healthy, happy and fit with good posture, that’s a good sign.
On the other hand, if your eyes are bloodshot and sunken in, you look like you haven’t shaved in a couple weeks, and the potential future you has a mostly drunk bottle of Nightrain, it’s probably not a good idea.
In both those scenarios, you will almost certainly die.
Shortcuts through forests never end well.
And taking a video camera with you, and filming everything while you’re camping is essentially begging to be abducted or killed by bigfoot.
Once there was a total eclipse in China, but the guys who were supposed to predict these things didn’t predict that thing.
And the Emperor had all their heads chopped off.
She said that popcorn is, technically a cereal.
And that most of the alleged cereals in the supermarket are made out of wheat, which is a grain, not a cereal.
She further pointed out that pop corn is much healthier than cereals you buy in the store.
The only corn they have is the high fructose syrupy type.
Mind Persuasion has plenty of books and courses to teach you how to speak hypnotically and persuasively.