Cyber Black Friday Gratitude Grift

 

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So James Arthur Ray :: season two … I guess he’s a zombie now or something? A zombie {in bad makeup} teaching us … “How to Beat the Odds of Lack of Fulfillment and Frustration.”

Really dumb :: really … really fucking dumb.

I don’t think I’m too interested in learning about how to live fulfilled from the walking dead :: but who’s this handsome young superman in the stockphoto? 

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Unaccredited Prestige

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The success or failure of an independent professional’s business is closely tied to that professional’s reputation. A dentist who develops a reputation for unnecessarily pulling teeth in support of his niche line of macabre jewelry :: for example … will shortly run out of patients.

Reputation is everything.

According to the various lawyers that Leonard Coldwell has hired to lose to me :: Lenny is himself just such an independent professional …

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SaltyDroid at Sea

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According to Wired :: the Summit Series is like TED meets Burning Man

ON A RECENT weekend, Barack Obama’s chief technology strategist, a prominent conservationist, and a supernatural mentalist — a professional mind reader — walked into a California ski lodge. In context, this was nothing unusual. Nearby stood Evan Williams, Twitter’s co-founder, and Gus Van Sant, the film director. The three-foot-tall motivational speaker Sean Stephenson sat in a vintage barber chair,

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Coldwell Case Files

This SaltyDroid story trilogy was eight months in the making :: it features …

… some beatdowns …

… some lawsuits …

… a German …

… a Texan …

… a Lawyer …

… a lie detector …

… a hypothetical Jew …

… and a semi-retired fake robot …

It’s gonna be fuckin’

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Ocean Breathes Salty

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This fucking “job” is like cocaine :: exhilarating … addictive … expensive … and personally destructive.

But how am I supposed to go back to being a normal/boring person after seven years a fake robot?

It’s not possible :: the arc of my irrelevant life has been set … and it involves incessant rhetorical fisticuffs with people who want to stab me in the eye holes.

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