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My Optimal Journal

Discussion in 'My Optimal Journal' started by KrusinWitchie, Jun 28, 2018.

  1. KrusinWitchie

    KrusinWitchie New Member

    The wind was no match for the denim skirt I wore. I walked for 20 minutes and aim to increase that. When I came back inside I had to immediately shed more layers and open windows. This furnace is burnin!
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  2. drezy

    drezy Gold

    If I were a neighbor I'd stir up some stuff and say "I looked in once and saw candles in a pentagram the floor!" and follow up with "You know, I think they used to have a chicken. What do you think happened to it?"
  3. KrusinWitchie

    KrusinWitchie New Member

    :rofl: you are trouble!
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  4. caroline

    caroline Moderator

    That is probably the nicest thing anyone has said to Dan! I bet he is grinning from ear to ear!
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  5. KrusinWitchie

    KrusinWitchie New Member

    J and I walked on the ice again today, this time with about five inches of snow. We did high knees with bare legs, it was fun! I’ve convinced him to let me buy him a wool kilt for his own albedo effect goodies :)

    I love wool.
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  6. KrusinWitchie

    KrusinWitchie New Member

    FH meets a lot of foodie type people at his job in the 5g Boston suburbs. One gentleman he met recently told him all about Taoism and was trying to get him to sign up to be his client. He is a Taoist practitioner, he says. FH told the guy that it all sounded intriguing, but that he is already feeling great based on what him and I are doing and that he would need to run this by me, lol. When FH told me about this guy, I laughed, especially at his cost. We are still taking steps to fit membership into our budget in the future, so naturally I was not at all interested.

    I think I hurt FH’s feelings a little bit initially because I shut down the idea of talking to this guy. We left it at that.

    Unbeknownst to me, a call is scheduled for this morning at 10am, with the objective of convincing me to get on board, LOL. FH can’t really explain the mito stuff so he could not explain to this guy why we were not interested. I am not confrontational at all, matter of fact my voice still quivers whenever I am defying common opinion.

    But I thought of what Dr. Kruse had shared with us about Matty recently silencing a room full of food gurus in CA, and figured I could remove my ego from this discussion just the same.

    It was 30 minutes of this type of back and forth:

    At the onset of the call he apologized for his voice because he was getting over a cold. Lol. Ding ding ding. At one point I informed him that he can’t absorb Yin energy from the earth’s magnetism in a 5G city. In response, he told me that he has breathing exercises to send yin energy to different parts of his body and he mentioned his immune system being one of the systems he sends energy to. I asked him why within the past year of us following light, water and magnetism we haven’t gotten even a cold, but he was sick with a cold despite his breathing exercises? He told me because he has a lot of personal stress. I told him that I’m sorry to hear that and next time take a short trip out of the city to surround himself with trees and look barefoot towards the sun.

    This Taoist practitioner’s ego was all sorts of wrapped up in the discussion matter, and actually made a variety of insulting comments about our age and naïveté that I ignored but are bothering me more and more the more i think about it. He did say that he would consider my advice the next time he wasn’t feeling well, so that’s nice.

    I can bet that he has plenty of clients in Boston. The thought of taking advantage of people under the guise of helping them makes me feel sick. It is more noble, I think, to have an honest exchange regardless of the ethics surrounding it. Like I am a heroin addict and I pay you money for heroin and we both understand that it is ruining my life.
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  7. Mike David

    Mike David Same name new person

    When there losing an argument and then resorts to adhominem you know you did your job and he’s stuck in neutral by his cognitive dissonance. Under no circumstances can that cause you to release even a drop of cortisol. After you set him straight of course. Snake oil salesman.
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  8. KrusinWitchie

    KrusinWitchie New Member

    I like how you put that. Ad hominem attacks is exactly what he resorted to. One of my goals is to more quickly identify when things like that are happening in a discussion so that I can disengage much sooner.
  9. drezy

    drezy Gold

    That's easy get a little older and a little more jaded. Trust me that one comes for free.
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  11. KrusinWitchie

    KrusinWitchie New Member

    The 1-2x / week that FH closes at work he gets home between 11pm and 1am. Can’t say if it’s him, me, my dog’s shrieking, or our shit latitude, but like clockwork we argue the following day. Arguments of the shitstorm-world is ending-pretend break up variety. Unfortunately for FH that tends to be his day off :/

    We have been implementing oxytime as soon as he gets home after closing. No nasty arguments between us since. I am pleased.

    I suppose that’s a mito hack? I’ve written about my curiosity on the following subject before, but this again reminded me of it. I am really fascinated by mito-hack affected behavioral changes mostly because I have always struggled with behavioral issues. I believe many traits/tendencies that I thought were “who I am” may fall to the wayside as my environment improves.
  12. KrusinWitchie

    KrusinWitchie New Member

  13. KrusinWitchie

    KrusinWitchie New Member

    FH’s employer of now 10 years just sent out an email to all managers detailing protocols for handling employees who come into work high. They’re not just smoking weed. The same day they sent out the email, FH’s store had to call the police to pick up one of their employees who was acting erratically. I listened in on the recap of this situation and my jaw was on the floor the entire time. He wouldn’t leave with his grandma who came to Pick him up because he didn’t trust her, so when given the choice of leave with Grandma or leave with the police, he chose the police. The manager who was telling this to FH made note of the “dead look in his eyes”.

    He was also caught the other day throwing away hundreds of dollars of perfectly good seabass. That had my eyes bulging more than the circumstances of his separation.

    Just kidding. What frightened me the most was that this kid said that FH was “scary”. Young 5g opiate addicted dopamine depleted Zombies and fear of black men don’t sit well with me.

    I don’t think this will be the last young kid being separated for this. I wouldn’t be surprised if the company starts storing Narcan at the stores.


    Greater Cincinnati 5g death.


    NJ bus driver ODs and crashes school bus carrying 12 special needs children.
  14. KrusinWitchie

    KrusinWitchie New Member

    In other news, for the first time since early elementary school, I actually have ankles vs cankles and I can see my kneecap without stretching my skin over it. And the cellulite that I’ve carried with me on the backs of my thighs since middle school is long gone.

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