FAC1421a-Soundboard showdown

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Vespadouglas
8 days ago

Personally I enjoy the FAK/FAC audio on my phone ( no buds)

Back in the day, Rollo’s musical fag (cigarette) breaks used to annoy me because if I wanted to listen to shite tinny tunes on my phone I would tune into MW radio. I come to Fakeologist.com for the chat.

The Fakeologist.com audio has now evolved from Rollo’s shite tinny tunes to tunes that are now overlayed by a shite tinny tunes karaoke vocal…. I. E. The Producer.

Progress?

nigeljtilbury
5 days ago
Reply to  Vespadouglas

Hi Vespa!!! did you know that you have made 2 comments about my wife? I’d just like to pop in and let you know that I am hoping all your children get cancer and die. Alrighty! what was it you said? Woof Woof!

realalex
9 days ago

At 4:20, JLB and Sarah are talking about communication. Imo, communication is a rare thing. Everyone presumes it is occurring, but I don’t think so, at least not often, and not when it relates to non-trivial things. Meanings are not being conveyed, but everyone is suffering from the illusion that the other understands. Perhaps communication is mostly non verbal, conveyed with tone, eyes, perhaps spiritually – perhaps the non-verbal carries the meaning. People hear what they want to hear, what they are able to hear – one is mostly just talking to oneself. Perhaps language is more of a throttling,… Read more »

John le Bon
9 days ago
Reply to  realalex

Thanks as always for taking the time to share your thoughts on the show, it is nice to know that there are at least some people out there listening and engaging with the discussions on these audiochats. It would be fascinating for me if I could somehow be present (fly on the wall style) when a fakeologist (or other ‘awake’ person) is chatting with another person ‘in real life’. How do they talk with each other? Do they listen? Do they really care what the other person has to say? Are they able to express themselves effectively? Do they enjoy… Read more »

Last edited 9 days ago by John le Bon
realalex
9 days ago
Reply to  John le Bon

Probs a lot of people don’t/can’t listen to others in conversation, cos their ‘enlightenment’ is something they got to on their own.

Actually, have you ever heard it called ‘endarkenment’? The tweet you read out, sounded in that vein – ie mostly an awareness of the loss of ‘normal’, in a bad way; they would go back for the steak (matrix reference).

Last edited 9 days ago by YouCanCallMeAl
John le Bon
9 days ago
Reply to  realalex

Probs a lot of people don’t/can’t listen to others in conversation, cos their ‘enlightenment’ is something they got to on their own.

I don’t understand what you mean here.

have you ever heard it called ‘endarkenment’?

No, but I like that, and I’m going to use it, thanks and cheers.

realalex
9 days ago
Reply to  John le Bon

I don’t understand what you mean here.

I mean that to look into whatever-it-is regardless of what ‘the world’ says may be easier for quarrelsome, bad listeners who didn’t accept their lessons.

John le Bon
9 days ago
Reply to  realalex

I still don’t understand what you mean or how it is relevant to the comment of mine which you replied to.

realalex
8 days ago
Reply to  John le Bon

I was responding to your questions.

Do they listen? Do they really care what the other person has to say?

I don’t know, but perhaps the school indoctrination didn’t stick so strongly for them because of their bad listening – so, in a way, their ‘bad listening’ was a blessing that helped them move outside of the norm.

I’m now wondering about the reverse – is being a ‘good listener’ like being a ‘good student’ and whether those ‘good’ states are actually a disadvantage, if one wants to reach the pinnacle of commenting on the fako blog.

John le Bon
8 days ago
Reply to  realalex

I don’t know, but perhaps the school indoctrination didn’t stick so strongly for them because of their bad listening – so, in a way, their ‘bad listening’ was a blessing that helped them move outside of the norm. Okay, I see what you mean now. First of all, I am not sure if it is a ‘blessing’ to be outside of the norm. Why are there so many angry, negative, toxic people at fakeologist? In what way do these people seem blessed to you? Or maybe you don’t see these people as angry, negative, and toxic. If this is the… Read more »

realalex
8 days ago
Reply to  John le Bon

I think I know what you mean. I find your comment quite funny, in a black humour sort of a way, though I think you are serious. Personally, I’m glad to be here, and happy not to be living my old life. Had ‘bad listening’ played a part in my ending up here, I would find that flaw a blessing. I think the concentration of authentic, free thinking individuals around here is far higher than most places – I appreciate that, and try to accept it all, even if it is the case that some can be considered as ‘toxic’.… Read more »

John le Bon
8 days ago
Reply to  realalex

I think the concentration of authentic, free thinking individuals around here is far higher than most places I agree with you on this. Maybe some people are not happy, but who can say ‘happy’ is the metric? I don’t think I used the word ‘happy’ in my comment. I said that a lot of people in this corner of the internet, and specifically at fakeologist, are angry / negative / toxic, and I base this on how they behave here, and on how they say they behave in real life. I’m sure if you asked these people if they were… Read more »

realalex
8 days ago
Reply to  John le Bon

I don’t think I used the word ‘happy’ in my comment. I said that a lot of people in this corner of the internet, and specifically at fakeologist, are angry / negative / toxic, and I base this on how they behave here, and on how they say they behave in real life. Yes – I used ‘happy’ as a sort of opposite, positive expression to “angry / negative / toxic“. My general point is that I don’t know there is a single metric for all – therefore I’m not that clear about how to approach what may seem like… Read more »

realalex
5 days ago
Reply to  realalex

In 1423c, at around 35 mins, Sarah read out the above comment. What is bizarre to me, is that she touched on the idea of telepathy… which is what I had in mind! It seems to me that we assume the other person is receiving the meaning unambiguously, as if telepathically… but, in general, its more like the meaning has lost resolution. But not always! Cheers.