I had the best sex I’ve ever had this weekend. To be honest, it was in the other universe, where I transform into a handsom thin younger version of myself.
Orange Jeff is me. Just me in a different body. It silence that single part of me that speaks loudly in my ear and disables my social ability in this universe.
In that Universe, Orange Jeff doesn;’t seem to have an issue talking to beautiful women. He gets high.
Magical. The reader might be able to referemce the memory of watch BIG BANG THEORY where early season’s Raj could not say a word with a woman nearby unless he had a sip of alcohol. They made it funny that it really only took a sip. Perhaps even a whiff was enough.
Eventually the show was popular enough that they dumped that storyline realizeing others may develoo the same smyptoms and that would be a bas influsence.
Back To Dave Alker. He was my wie man intridtion to diffreent ways of thought and life. He was the many who gave me the reading that changes my life.
He also said; he liked to notiofgy peope when he thought about them. He thought he had just enjoyed a reunion, probably complete with a menytal replay of the story or stories assiciated with a fried or contact, and that they should recieve their smile reward.
Essentially, Dave Alker introduced me to the real world LIKE button concept. I adopted it, and continue to not only ue it as often as I can, but I pass this LIFE HACK onto my followers, previously reffered to as friends.
A callback tracking cookke
It occured to me tonight, and this breaks down to credit. I like to reward people when they have attached themselves to a story that is important to me. An origin story or a lesson or a moment of realization. All the top stories I like to retrieve.
Some may even be bible stories. Ones that trigger shared memories among my peers and can be used for reerece to explain a story.
Links that open in new tabs.
Today, as I started writing, I started wondering who shoulkd recieve credit for my thoughts tonight.
Then I thought.
It’s not just about choosing the right path.
Navigating the Forks is a skill learned, but also trained.. the people you learn from, and the credit for who you are.
I learned from Bob Newhart, Seinfeld, Steve Mart, Woody Allen and all the great econdary performs of every single sketch and variety show I could find in the 70s and eighties.
And man…. there wer a LOT
I learned from ravers and computer nerds
I learned from the C and D list of the world.
And now… you learn from me.
I’m pretty happu with my Library… I’m going to enjoy showing it off.
Unless it’s Springtime for Hilter II
#argh. I don’t think my blohg wil work when read backwords.