Sunny winters is clearly not respecting my posts.
you have said any done nothing.
i feel this place was never what it was supposed to be or what it could have been because in truth it is a den of trolls.
and is allowed to be so because 1 person has made 5 accounts dedicated to posting articles about black people, for 5 years straight, and this is considered normal, but when someone comes in and says
"white people weren't made by a cone headed scientist" that person is seen as a trouble maker.
I believe KTL will best actualize its potential once you get rid of Sunny Winters as a mod and poster. No joke.
Originally Posted by TSA
cause i'm not the problem - YOU ARE !
but you can't see that about yourself -
you know where to put complaints
but you refuse to put them where they belong
you're in gen chat complaining about me
you're in KTl complaining about me
you're in the Admins sections complaining about me
you're in the 1% complaining about me
too much sugar in your diet - relax
posting in KTL will only kill TSA's post count. you'd think he'd be smart enough to figure that out by now, as he obviously cares so much about it.
Originally Posted by IrOnMaN
Good points - good thread.
﴿†﴾ lıʌǝp ǝɥʇ ƃuıǝǝs uǝɥʇ ǝsɹoʍ sı lıʌǝp ǝɥʇ ʇnoqɐ ƃuıʞuıɥʇ ﴿†﴾
Anthony Robbins the self help 'guru' has, what I think, is some very interesting points about communication and how by changing the words we use we can basically change the outcome of our life. One example I readily remember would be saying' that peeved me a little' rather than saying 'that really pissed me off' when some thing goes wrong. What one will make you feel really bad?
Another key thing is avoiding general statements. Say I f8ck up - If you say to me 'You are really stupid' then I can hear that and think 'yeah - I'm really stupid'. But - if you say 'that was a stupid thing you did; - well it's not nearly so bad as it's seperating the action from the person - and actions can be changed (ok - so can people but sometimes people don't think so!).
And since this is a Wu forum - one other aspect I remember is that people have different communication preferences. Some of us (most apparently) are visual - 'I see what you are saying' etc. Others are aural 'that sounds good to me'. Fewer still are emotive - 'that feels right'. Apparently good salemen can quickly determine what one of these modalities best fit us and make their pitch accordindly. GZA of course made a quote about 'Visual' people.
Its late, I'm tired, hope this makes sense. Peace.
- Rep Power
Originally Posted by YungSunny
- Rep Power
damn, just wanted to say i cant believe i haven't seen that mj vid before.
Originally Posted by V4D3R