Monday, April 10, 2017
We are social creatures who wanna be in relationships because of peer pressure, loneliness, boredom, or the sake of novelty. Patience, integrity, active listening, self-restraint, honesty, and compassion are some of the key ingredients to the longevity of any kind of relationship. Good things take time; as Rome wasn't built in a day.
Even introverts like to have some company beside them. Introverts, shy people, and people who are anti-social all crave social interaction at some point. Introverts need some time to recharge, but not all of them are shy. Shy people have social anxiety.
Ambiverts are the middle-of-the-road type of people. Sometimes socializing energizes them, but sometimes it drains energy from them.
Extroverts absolutely love to socialize because it energizes them. According to the Personality Continuum Scale, extroverts account for 50% of the population.
The Meyers-Briggs type indicator (MBTI) personality test is a pseudoscience test, which helps people categorize their personality. It's a little bit more credible than horoscopes, but it's not a reliable source.
Are you an introvert, ambivert, or extrovert, and why?
Sunday, April 9, 2017
Attraction is built on six criteria:
1) Aesthetic - This is what first attracts us to someone. Symmetry and natural beauty are key.
2) Romantic gestures - Planning dates, writing handwritten love letters, and getting someone a gift just because it's a Tuesday are super duper romantic. Ronald and Nancy Reagan were the ultimate romantics. He would write love letters for her while he was travelling.
3) Emotional connection - Trust and respect take time. Self-disclosure and overcoming challenges as a team will help you create a strong bond. The 36 questions for falling in love are a mixture of light-hearted questions and serious ones. Asking open-ended questions about their beliefs, upbringing, lifestyle, and vision will guide you to see if there is compatibility.
4) Intellectual - Sapiosexuals are on-the-rise as the geek and nerd culture becomes hip.
5) Sensual - Holding hands, kissing, and gently pushing someone on the shoulder are flirtatious.
6) Sexual - Learning about erogenous zones will help amp up your attraction level. Studies have shown courting and self-restraint lead to longer-lasting relationships.
Sunday, April 2, 2017
What is S.J. Res 34?
It is a bill that would allow your highly sensitive personal information to be sold without your knowledge or consent; even if you use a VPN.
What type of personal information of yours would be sold?
Your precise geo-location, mobile app usage, financial information, health information, Internet search history, children's information, social security, and the content of your e-mails will be sold if President Donald Trump signs this 1984 Big Brother Orweillian bill.
How can you help to stop it?
You can call or e-mail your local representatives, send President Donald Trump a letter to the White House or a tweet via Twitter, sign the Whitehouse.gov petition started by Mike Capuano and Mike Doyle, and encourage others to do the same.
Click the link below so you can fight for your ability to remain private. The petition needs 100,000 signatures before April 28, 2017.
What problems may arise if it passes? Identity theft may be on the rise and the advertising industry will be more intrusive.
What have people done to stop it?
Adam McElhaney, a privacy activist, started a Go Fund Me fundraiser to buy the web history of politicians, business executives, and their families. He plans on releasing the information on searchinternethistory.com. To donate to the cause please visit https://www.gofundme.com/searchinternethistory. McElhaney planned on raising $10,000 but ended up exceeding his goal and raised $202,000. He said if he fails, he plans on giving the money back to donors who want a refund or donating the rest of the money to American Civil Liberties Union or Electronic Frontier Foundation. People will get to decide where their money goes.
Max Temkin, the creator of the board game, Cards Against Humanity, plans on following in McElhaney's footsteps. Temkin said on Twitter he would "buy the browser history of every congressman and congressional aide and publish it."
Ron Wyden, a Congressman from Oregon who opposed SOPA, voted to keep your information private. Be sure to thank him and tell him to persuade Donald Trump to veto it. It's not too often we see politicians doing good deeds.
Update: Sadly, S.J. Res 34 passed. Do not let this deter you from trying to restore your freedom.
Saturday, March 18, 2017
President Donald Trump seems pretty moderate, but folks on the left are freaking out.
- Transgender bathrooms: He didn't want to deal with the issue, so he said leave it to the states.
- Crony capitalism business deals to "save jobs:" Small businesses should get the same tax breaks as corporation. No group of people should get special treatment.
- Trans-Pacific Partnership: Getting rid of it is wise.
- Avoiding putting Hillary Clinton in prison: It's a shame this didn't happen already.
- Criticizing the media: I'm not sure if this is an act; meaning acting he hates the media, but being friends behind closed doors. The mainstream media deceives, embellishes, and divides people through manipulation tactics. I only pay attention to indie media, so I don't have stockholm syndrome with the corporate mainstream media.
- Being pro-life: I'm pro-life with the exceptions of rape, incest, and a mom's life being in danger. Trump agrees with this 100%.
- Against illegal immigrants, but pro-legal immigration: This is a good idea for the big picture. People on the left think it's racist, but it's not. Mexico has a wall, views illegal immigrants as felons, and forces illegal immigrants to spend at least 2 years in jail and pay 300 to 500 pesos. If they think the US is racist, then so is Mexico.
- Travel ban: Unsure about it
- March for Life: He supported it even though he didn't attend it.
I am curious to see what his health care plan will be like and how it will roll out. Same thing applies to the wall. To everyone who wants him to get impeached, just remember Mike Pence will have to take over as president and Paul Ryan will then become the vice president.
What do you think of Donald Trump or my review?
Here is a science experiment you should do:
1. Buy a water quality test kit and test the water at home for lead, fluoride, and other contaminants.
2. Compare the results in the experiment with annual water quality reports in our city.
3. See if the contaminants in our water supply are elevated.
4. Share the results with the media and people on social media to wake up the masses and encourage them to do the same. They also need to know the ramifications of these contaminants being in our water supply for drinking and bathing. We can also explain how this compares to ancient Rome when their empire declined partially because the government go too big to manage, people were being poisoned from the lead pipes called aquaducts, and the Barbarians (kind of like illegal immigrants today) migrated ultimately creating a culture clash.
5. Contact government officials to get rid of the poison being put in our water supply.
6. Buy reverse osmosis water since water filters won't get rid of all of the contaminants.
Here is a list of eugenics and population control:
- Fluoride in food, water, toothpaste, and mouthwash (hexafluorosilic acid): Put contaminants in the water and dental hygiene products to reduce people's memory and give them bone cancer. Use neem toothpaste or make homemade toothpaste.
- Genetically modified organisms: Monsanto puts poison in people's foods and brainwashes people by saying it's for the greater good of feeding more people. Even organic food has genetically modified food, so get into homesteading.
- Abortions: Margaret Sanger, the founder of Planned Parenthood talks about how some parts of the population are like weeds and need to be exterminated. Wearing protection, waiting to have sex until marriage, being conservatively dressed, or getting your tubes tied are viable options to reduce your chances of having an abortion.
- Global warming: Humans cause CO2 emissions. Stop telling people global warming is man-made.
- Vaccines: Natural news revealed how vaccines cause autism. Avoid getting vaccines and question your doctors about why you need certain procedures done.
- LGBTQ+ community agenda: If they do have kids, then they adopt. These people have gender or sexual dysphoria and need to see a psychologist or a psychiatrist.
- Feminism: They work on their career instead of having a family. Anti-feminism and resorting to a 1950's lifestyle is the solution.
Global warming is a mechanism that serves 2 purposes: population control and killing capitalism.
- John Bates, a climate change scientist from NOAA, said the data was manipulated.
- Hal Lewis resigned from his job as a climate change scientist and admitted it's a hoax.
- John Podesta's emails revealed scientists changed the data.
- Lord Monckton talks about how climate change is natural. It's called weather.
- Most meteorlogists do not believe in man-made global warming.