I have no idea if the choice I picked is correct, but it seems fitting. 4 was the choice. I'm known? I (don't/haven't) (have/given) any strong opinions on subjects, which I see is a way to either become popular or notorious.
I find that some of the most popular members are the most notorious and vice versa.
5w6 or 9w1 sp/so/sx, I think
Personally I find such a measure is a divide based on esteem of thy self. Whereupon those that feel good about themselves feel universally liked and those that want to remain unknown are saying it is a confidence thing.
I enjoy being unnoticed or I have a low opinion of myself and choose to stay in that frequency because its safe. And popularity is such a strange effect, I find that the most esteemed are then to be the ones that are comfortable with being who they are because they like themselves. And I like them too.
Likability is a curious artifact because the ones that are abrupt and disruptive tend to reflect a certain kind of energy that tells me that their inner turmoil is expressed as a reaction to their psychological make up in the moment. And I like them too.
Which means that scales like these only matter when we are affected by popularity. And popularity is an energy that is born of esteem, to be popular with one self is very hard.
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"Sentiment without action is the ruin of the soul." - Edward Abbey
"In those days I, Daniel, was mourning three full weeks. I ate no pleasant food, no meat or wine came into my mouth, nor did I anoint myself at all, till three whole weeks were fulfilled." Daniel 10:2-3
I said 3, mainly because, as Morgan Le Fay once very kindly pointed out, probably most people don't even know who the fuck I am. And I'm okay with that. There might be a few who dislike me, but I think there are a few who like me as well.
I like you but I cant help thinking who the fuck are you?