Tag Archives: psychology

Your Mind’s Circular Thinking

The Windmills of Your Mind When Michel Legrand composed this song in the 60’s, we all thought, “How clever!” Now, it is beginning to look like he was spiritually in touch with why we have such a hard time thinking … Continue reading

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Thinning a Bit on Top?

Hair Club can help… It’s not nice to mock the afflicted, so my focus will be on the company offering ‘hope’ to those who are losing their hair. Their ads appear every week night on Fox 29 Buffalo, sometime between … Continue reading

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Say Hello, Wave Goodbye

The Holographic Universe I’m reading David Icke’s latest book, “Everything You Need To Know But Have Never Been Told”. On page 33, he repeats a story that he’s written about before. “I have told the story in other books which … Continue reading

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Advertising Tricks: How Much? Too Much

Let’s face it, the world can be a confusing place just as it is. Now put yourself in a young person’s place who is just starting to live in their own home. No problem? We’ll see… A classical look from … Continue reading

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Memory: Interrupted/Erased

Girl, Interrupted/Boy Erased No, I’m not going to write about these two films. They are here to reference the title of today’s post. In fact, I have not seen either of them. This post is about memory and how it … Continue reading

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Writing as Semi-Autobiography

Lucy Maud Montgomery L.M. Montgomery (Lucy Maud Montgomery) was born in Clifton (now New London), Prince Edward Island, on November 30, 1874, to Hugh John Montgomery and Clara Woolner Macneill. When Montgomery was 21 months old, her mother died of … Continue reading

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Question: What’s the MacGuffin?

Answer: The Maltese Falcon Alfred Hitchcock is the master of the MacGuffin. It’s a plot device that carries the story along, but really is of no interest to the viewer. From Wikipedia: “It might be a Scottish name, taken from … Continue reading

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