1. Never outshine the master

  2. Never put too much trust in friends

    👩🏽‍🌾 Learn how to use enemies
    
  3. Conceal your intentions

    👩🏽‍🌾 The Marquis de Sevigne
    
  4. Always say less than necessary

  5. So Much depends on Reputation

    👩🏽‍🌾 Guard it with your life
    
    👩🏽‍🌾 Erwin Rommel, the soldier everyone was afraid to face.
    
  6. Court Attention at all costs

    👩🏽‍🌾 Pablo would rather paint something disgusting
    than something ignored.
    
  7. Get others to do the work for you

    👩🏽‍🌾 Edison wasn't great with electronics but
    was instead a businessman. He shafted Tesla
    and sucks a massive chode.
    
  8. Make other people come to you. Use bait if necessary.

  9. Win through your actions, not through your argument

    👩🏽🌾 Mucianus and the engineer
    
    👩🏽🌾 Mucianus wanted to conquer worlds with
    the best ship, and one of the engineers of
    the ship told him this wasn't the best ship,
    so he had him killed.
    
  10. Infection: Avoid the unhappy and unlucky

    👩🏽🌾 Lola Montez and King Bavaria
    
  11. Learn to keep people dependent on you

    👩🏽🌾 Otto von Bismark
    
  12. Use selective honesty to disarm your victim

    👩🏽🌾 this is a weird one
    
    👩🏽🌾 Count victor lustig and al capone
    The Count gave him half, $5k out of sheer trust
    
  13. Asking for help appeals to people’s self-interest

    👩🏽🌾 Corinthians, Athenians, Corcyrans   
    
  14. Pose as a friend, work as a spy

    👩🏽🌾 Charles Maurice de Talleyrand-Perigord
    and Napoleon Bonaparte
    
  15. Crush your enemy totally

  16. Use absence to increase respect and honor

    👩🏽🌾 Why do I not see you more often?

    👮🏽‍♀️ Because the words “why have you not been to see me” are sweeter to my ear than the words “Why have you come again?”

    👮🏽‍♀️ - Mulla Jami, quoted in Idries Sha’s Caravan of Dreams, 1968

  17. Cultivate an air of unpredictability

    👩🏽‍🌾 Pablo Picasso and Paul Rossenberg
        When Pablo got successful he would
        randomly say he wasn't going to work
        with patrons, and they would freak
        out and increase the price.
    
  18. Isolation is Dangerous

  19. Do no offend the wrong person

    👩🏽‍🌾 Inalchik and Ghengis Khan
    
  20. Do not commit to anyone

  21. Play a sucker to catch a sucker

    👩🏽‍🌾 Socrates “the only true”

    👩🏽‍🌾 being openly smart is foolish

    👩🏽‍🌾 being openly foolish is smart

  22. Surrender Tactic: Transform weakness into power

    👩🏽‍🌾 Cardinal de Retz - "weak people never give way
    when they ought to"
    
    👩🏽‍🌾 when you find yourself in a weak spot,
    choose to fight another day
    
  23. Concentrate your forces

  24. Play the perfect Courtier

    👩🏽 ‍🌾 Charles Maurice de Talleyrand-Perigord,
      the man who brought down Napoleon.
    
    👩🏽‍🌾 The perfect courtier obeys his masters,
    👩🏽‍🌾 but shines in his own light. He is not powerless,
    
    👩🏽‍🌾 doesn't trust, but appears trustful, doesn't talk
    👩🏽‍🌾 much, but finds the right words and the right
    
    👩🏽‍🌾 timing when he does. Everyone likes him.
    👩🏽‍🌾 He is charming,
    👩🏽‍🌾 witty, and helpful. He appears to be neutral,
    
    👩🏽‍🌾 a paragon of honesty and fairness.
    👩🏽‍🌾 He always has a genuine smile
    👩🏽‍🌾 on his face and we don't doubt his
    
    👩🏽‍🌾 intentions for one second.
    👩🏽‍🌾 Although he is a great talent,
    👩🏽‍🌾 we are not threatened by him.
    👩🏽‍🌾 We seek him as an ally.
    
  25. Recreate yourself

    • Juluis Cesar The world is your stage

    It’s up to you what role you want to play

    Think of life like a book and you’re writing it.

    You’re the main character, so act like it.

    -=-=-=-=-=-==-=-===–==-=–=-==-=-=-=-=-=-==–=-=-=-=-=

    notes

    Paul invited me to surf but I declined so I could work.

  26. Keep your hands clean

    • Niccolo Machiavelli’s letter, Cesare Borgia was using Remirro di Orco as a tool to take gruesome action against all his enemies

    In the end he used him as a scapegoat, put full blame on di orco, and threw banquets for the common folk.

  27. Create a cult, play on people’s need to believe

    
    There are two different type of people in this world
    
          those who want to know
    
            and those who want to believe
    
    
    • Friedrich Nietzsche

    we tend to search for meaning in a world full of chaos

      "Beware the irrational, however seductive.
      Shun the 'transcendent' and all who invite
      you to subordinate or annihilate yourself."
      - Christopher Hitchens
    
  28. Enter action with boldness

    • Montesiur Lustig

    • Marco Polo and Kubla Khan stare down a wolf

  29. Plan all the way to the end

  30. Make your accompolishments seem effortless

    • Houdini
  31. Get others to play with the cards you deal

    - Ivan Let Russian choose between him or getting destroyed by the Boyars
    
    - people like to think they have a choice
    
    - present them options that help you either way
    
        this is how elections and anything important decisions are made.
    
  32. Play to people’s fantasies

    • if it sounds too good to be true
  33. Discover each human’s thumbscrew

  34. Be royal in your own fashion

    • Christopher columbus
  35. Master the Art of timing

    - Joseph Fouche was switching sides whenever, avoided death a lot
    
  36. Disdain things you cannot have

  37. Create compelling spectacles

    • ” If everyone believes it, it must be true “ - Dr. Weisleder

      “Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect”

      • Mark Twain
  38. Think as you like, but behave like others

  39. Stir up waters to catch fish

  40. Despise the free lunch

    it pays not to accept ‘free gifts’

  41. Avoid stepping in a great man’s shoes

  42. Strike the Shepherd and the sheep will scatter

  43. Work on the heart and mind of others

    • Loiux XV

    Be humble, or be humbled

  44. Disarm and infuriate with the mirror effect

    “ wherever Alcibiades went, whoever he had to deal with, he would leave behind his own values and appear to share the values of his victims.

    no one could resist a man who not only concurred with them, but also admired their ways of living, seeming to be one of their own.

  45. Preach change but never reform quickly

  46. Never appear too perfect

    “it takes great talent and skill to conceal ones talent and skill”

        LaRochefoucauld
    
  47. In victory learn when to stop

  48. Assume formlessness

    “You must be shapeless, formless, like water”

  49. Bruce Lee be water my friend

-=–=-=-=

159 PM

I can’t help myself. I want to draw. I want to be able to draw humans well, and quickly.

I have this book on anatomy drawing and I’m going to bend the rules - this is helpful in drafting shots for poliwat I believe. But really I should specialize and focus only on the sound aspects, because that is already difficult enough. 20 minutes on drawing, I can’t help myself.

228 PM

Alright it looks like either my teensy 3.6 board is defective, or I burned it out on accident by running 4.5 volts into it’s 3.3v power supply pin.

I have $183 to my name, and there’s no choice but to purchase this.

619 pm

People think of sound progressing two dimensionally, like notes on stalves, every representation of music is 2D. (how else could you do it?) Well that influences how we write our music. Because our ears inclination in music moving forward is how we define music. Music can go any direction in a 3D grid thought. The orientation of a song, scale, or key to revolve around 16 as much as it revolves around 12. The music is happening 3 dimensionally, and the movement of the listener is not just forward like in more tradditional ideas of music (chord progressions) or backward, but also up or down. Moving throughout a sort of grid.

-=-=-=-=-=-=-=

FIRE TO RAP TO

  1. Never outshine the master

  2. Never put too much trust in friends

    • learn how to use enemies
  3. Conceal your intentions

    • The Marquis de Sevigne
  4. Always say less than necessary

  5. So Much depends ono Reputation - guard it with your life - Erwin Rommel

  6. Court Attention at all costs

    • pablo
  7. Get others to do the work for you

    • Edison
  8. Make other people come to you. Use bait if necessary.

  9. Win through your actions, not through your argument

    • Mucianus and the engineer
  10. Infection: Avoid the unhappy and unlucky

    • Lola Montez and King Bavaria
  11. Learn to keep people dependent on you

    • Otto von Bismark
  12. Use selective honesty to disarm your victim

    • this is a weird one
    • count victor lustig and al capone
  13. Asking for help appeals to people’s self-interest

    • Corinthians, Athenians, Corcyrans
  14. Pose as a friend, work as a spy

    • Charles Maurice de Talleyrand-Perigord and Napoleon Bonaparte
  15. Crush your enemy totally

  16. Use abscence to increase respect and honor

    Why do I not see you more often?

    Because the words “why have you not been to see me” are sweeter to my ear than the words “Why have you come again?”

    - Mulla Jami, quoted in Idries Sha’s Caravan of Dreams, 1968

  17. Cultivate an air of unpredictability

    • Pablo Picasso and Paul Rossenberg
  18. Isolation is Dangerous

  19. Do no offend the wrong person

    • Inalchik and Ghengis Khan
  20. Do not commit to anyone

  21. Play a sucker to catch a sucker

    • Socrates “the only true” being openly smart is foolish being openly foolish is smart
  22. Surrender Tactic: Transform weakness into power

    Cardinal de Retz - "weak people never give way when they ought to"
    
    when you find yourself in a weak spot, choose to fight another day
    
  23. Concentrate your forces

  24. Play the perfect Courtier

    • Charles Maurice de Talleyrand-Perigord, the man who brought down Napoleon.

    The perfect courtier obeys his masters, but shines in his own light. He is not powerless,

    doesn’t trust, but appears trustful, doesn’t talk much, but finds the right words and the right

    timing when he does. Everyone likes him. He is charming, witty, and helpful. He appears to be neutral,

    a paragon of honesty and fairness. He always has a genuine smile on his face and we don’t doubt his

    intentions for one second. Although he is a great talent, we are not threatened by him. We seek him as an ally.

  25. Recreate yourself

    • Juluis Cesar The world is your stage

    It’s up to you what role you want to play

    Think of life like a book and you’re writing it THATS THE HOOK

    You’re the main character, so act like it.

    -=-=-=-=-=-==-=-===–==-=–=-==-=-=-=-=-=-==–=-=-=-=-=

    notes

    Paul invited me to surf but I declined so I could work.

  26. Keep your hands clean

    • Niccolo Machiavelli’s letter, Cesare Borgia was using Remirro di Orco as a tool to take gruesome action against all his enemies

    In the end he used him as a scapegoat, put full blame on di orco, and threw banquets for the common folk.

  27. Create a cult, play on people’s need to believe

    
    There are two different type of people in this world
    
          those who want to know
    
            and those who want to believe
    
    
    • Friedrich Nietzsche

    we tend to search for meaning in a world full of chaos

      "Beware the irrational, however seductive.
      Shun the 'transcendent' and all who invite
      you to subordinate or annihilate yourself."
      - Christopher Hitchens
    
  28. Enter action with boldness

    • Montesiur Lustig

    • Marco Polo and Kubla Khan stare down a wolf

  29. Plan all the way to the end

  30. Make your accompolishments seem effortless

    • Houdini
  31. Get others to play with the cards you deal

    - Ivan Let Russian choose between him or getting destroyed by the Boyars
    
    - people like to think they have a choice
    
    - present them options that help you either way
    
        this is how elections and anything important decisions are made.
    
  32. Play to people’s fantasies

    • if it sounds too good to be true
  33. Discover each human’s thumbscrew

  34. Be royal in your own fashion

    • Christopher columbus
  35. Master the Art of timing

    - Joseph Fouche was switching sides whenever, avoided death a lot
    
  36. Disdain things you cannot have

  37. Create compelling spectacles

    • ” If everyone believes it, it must be true “ - Dr. Weisleder

      “Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect”

      • Mark Twain ……………? :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
  38. Think as you like, but behave like others

  39. Stir up waters to catch fish

  40. Despise the free lunch

    it pays not to accept ‘free gifts’

  41. Avoid stepping in a great man’s shoes

  42. Strike the Shepherd and the sheep will scatter

  43. Work on the heart and mind of others

    • Loiux XV

    Be humble, or be humbled

  44. Disarm and infuriate with the mirror effect

    “ wherever Alcibiades went, whoever he had to deal with, he would leave behind his own values and appear to share the values of his victims.

    no one could resist a man who not only concurred with them, but also admired their ways of living, seeming to be one of their own.

  45. Preach change but never reform quickly

  46. Never appear too perfect

    “it takes great talent and skill to conceal ones talent and skill”

        LaRochefoucauld
    
  47. In victory learn when to stop

  48. Assume formlessness

    “You must be shapeless, formless, like water”

  49. Bruce Lee be water my friend

=-=–=-=-=-=-=

1054 pm

saw the rocket launch!!!

we hanging at the bus

121 AM

fire jams at the bus broken rules deep talks big laughs chad kevin mike (sean and ashley for a bit)

Broke my PR did 1,000 confucious canoes today and am itching to do more tomorrow ;)

Order new teensy board for poliwat to Jack’s house because the one I have is broken.

The 48 Laws Of Power

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