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    Quote Originally Posted by SpankyMcFly View Post
    Of course. I prefer audio myself because it's not as consuming and the data transfer is quicker. 6 hours straight would be gruelling. I prefer 20-30 min bursts.



    While flattering it's not true : D. Your intuition knows. You stated "a couple months". You've been down a similar road before. Most of us have. Keeping that resolve alive would be great wouldn't it? Leveraging 'it' for maximum output would be good no? Why is 'it' fleeting?
    Ahh well, my multi-tasking sucks so if I were to listen to it and pay attention (which I would have to because going back to something I missed is more annoying when it's not text) then I would have to be doing absolutely nothing at the time or something that requires very little attention/brain power :p And if it's any good, chances are I wouldn't want to pause in the middle, especially because I tend to give up things I pause on.

    And you make a great point. I feel like people on here are always trying to make me better myself and it's so nice but pressuring I guess I'm too doubtful and rely too much on what's been instead of what could be. What's been hasn't ever lasted very long, so you get comfortable with it. Any time I try to keep anything alive it eventually fizzles out, so I've grown to expect it because fulfilling an expectation feels better than continuous disappointment. A mindset I do need to change tbqh. Have you managed to reach/are you reaching this maximum output? A real life success story might produce some extra motivation!

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    Quote Originally Posted by laterlazer View Post
    Ahh well, my multi-tasking sucks so if I were to listen to it and pay attention (which I would have to because going back to something I missed is more annoying when it's not text) then I would have to be doing absolutely nothing at the time or something that requires very little attention/brain power :p And if it's any good, chances are I wouldn't want to pause in the middle, especially because I tend to give up things I pause on.

    And you make a great point. I feel like people on here are always trying to make me better myself and it's so nice but pressuring I guess I'm too doubtful and rely too much on what's been instead of what could be. What's been hasn't ever lasted very long, so you get comfortable with it. Any time I try to keep anything alive it eventually fizzles out, so I've grown to expect it because fulfilling an expectation feels better than continuous disappointment. A mindset I do need to change tbqh. Have you managed to reach/are you reaching this maximum output? A real life success story might produce some extra motivation!
    My life is simple, I avoid most complications i.e. I have zero debt and own zero credit cards. This is by design. Living within my means. I haven't done anything remotely 'wow' but I have my triumphs . I only add things when I know I'm going to do them. I used to set myself up to fail a lot when I was younger. I keep my goals simple, realistic, measureable and few so that I don't disburse my energies.
    "The most merciful thing in the world, I think, is the inability of the human mind to correlate all its contents... Some day the piecing together of dissociated knowledge will open up such terrifying vistas of reality, and of our frightful position therein, that we shall either go mad from the revelation or flee from the light into the peace and safety of a new Dark Age. " - H.P. Lovecraft
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpankyMcFly View Post
    My life is simple, I avoid most complications i.e. I have zero debt and own zero credit cards. This is by design. Living within my means. I haven't done anything remotely 'wow' but I have my triumphs . I only add things when I know I'm going to do them. I used to set myself up to fail a lot when I was younger. I keep my goals simple, realistic, measureable and few so that I don't disburse my energies.
    Really good method, tbh that's what I've been trying to do more recently, not trying to work on things in big strides but rather take baby steps in solving my issues. I just need a little more conviction and self-control, but I believe I will get there! Eventually. I'm also working on figuring out what motivates me to finish things so I can someday regularly manipulate myself into seeing the end of things. :p
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    I think I have just identified an INFJ girl for the first time.

    She's redhair too. It's pretty interesting.

    She's agreed to date me after she's done TA'ing for my class.

    Forever may not be single after all.. For a while lol.
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    i want to know the number of twitter links vs. the number of links clicked and viewed.
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    Have you ever seen shark eggs/shark egg cases?

    Helloe baby shark.







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    Does anyone know the name of the guy or the show which did a cross over with man versus food once and they ate a disgusting thing called lime fish which is popular with the scandinavians.

    This guy and his show specialise in more extreme things like eating fire ants or stuff like that but I dont remember its name and its not ever aired in the UK so far as I know.

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    Also does anyone know how the hell I would get episodes of that show in which warriors fought the bit out, I think william wallace fought some african tribal leader controversially, also a ninja fought a spartan warrior, it screened for a bit in the UK but then was dropped uncermoniously and it seems is impossible to get in hard copy or anywhere else too.

    Its funny how the real, unnoticed censorship works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ingrid in grids View Post
    Have you ever seen shark eggs/shark egg cases?

    Helloe baby shark.







    they look...
    To avoid criticism, do nothing, say nothing, be nothing.
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    Music provides one of the clearest examples of a much deeper relation between mathematics and human experience.
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