Encyclopedia Computoria

Encyclopedia Computoria

Monday, October 10, 2005


How I Built My Own Comedy Machine And Saved!

Would you like to be a brilliant conversationalist? Comedy and the good side and bad side like all the cosmos are in most conversations. Would you like a more reliable way to find more of the good words in conversation, to be good at improvisation and to remember better? To achieve words of each sound that make another are often building blocks of conversations I share with my colleagues and neighbors by using the Comedy Machine, this method augments more common use of the random vocabulary of intelligence tests like the Termer or Binet, with more useful words so it's more of worth, and may help you compute your comedy in extreme moderation! We learn not for school but for life and "Dumb yes, but so creative.." may be one saying of marms, more cosmic is "The Cause of Most Pun is Wit" (as chef Lisa would say "the cause of most wheat is rolls!"). This was proven 50 years ago in foundations of math, by a 20th century lady math genius who Einstein admired, Emma Noether. She said, (with boxes and cones and 18 percent optimal fizz machines) "All there is in the cosmos is based on symmetries, What Changes, Stays the Same". This is how substitute words and other creativity based on the balance of opposites are of worth, by finding common motifs to change what's uncommon.....

  For memory and the Comedy Machine numbers are used in what's called the Peg method (you can find this alphabet number method to convert from numbers to Substitute Words in books like The Memory Book by Jerry Lucas-and What's His Name! And see paragraph below for the list of sounds and numbers).To build your own Comedy Machine may make some moms a biz smeller, if she has good business scents! My computerized realtor, she's the indoorsy typer! Like an astronomer she types in lots of stars! While the memory methods used here are mostly for comedy, it's useful too for all memory is used for by plugging in Substitute Words e.g. I'll Askher for Alaska or to remember Monroe was the 5th president, I hold out my hand and see a bevy of Marilyns! 
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-If you'd like a real Comedy Machine for fast improv and more, here's the method of translating the numbers to letters as in the Memory Book so you can make your own Machine of best words out of the substitute words and use these words to find other words that sound much the same for general use, and you can find them fast by just a fast flip through the numbers. The methods of how to be creative, the result of my 30 years of improvement I list below. First, here's the frame of the machine, how to access your own jokes or other's used in what I call a toolbox  (A-Z 1-100 list) to remember them well in and out of order, often of great worth to solve any complex problem with creativity, the Comedy Machine, using the letters to numbers and so on;
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1 is t or d (one has just one tine like a t)
2 is n (two tines)
3 is m (three tines)
4 is r (the word four ends with r)
5 is l (your hand makes an l shape when you extend your thumb and hold the rest of your digits aloft)
6 is j or sh (a handwritten j is almost a mirror image of a 6)
7 is k or guh sound (two sevens combined make the k)
8 is f or v (the 8 is like the handwritten f)
9 is p or b (a nine is the mirrored letter p)
0 is the sound of s or z (the word zero starts with z)
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These are most of the important consonant sounds of about the same consonant  number in English and can be used to make comic words out of any number to remember the number (like an event in history). Say you want to remember a historic event like the storming of the Bastille in France the start of the revolution, July 14, 1789. The (Boss=Bastille) in an (actor=7 14 by the method above ) who (fibs=89), to Biz or not to Bis, he wrote an IOU memo to mom's AM Station! (The vowels are mostly at random since they are not so definite so you can use any vowels, to fit the words around the consonants when you're creating the memorable mnemnonic. Ignore the vowels and notice the consonants to find the numbers you remember with, and the comic words to convert the words back to numbers. Actually vowels have important use since they are easier to change in the same pun word, changing the whole word, in a subtle way. Consonants you often have to fit with the vowels to find puns that fit, though consonants are less flexible in what your listener will agree, but consonants you can fit to your own creativity when you hope to be original, like for comedy.) A second way to remember is the more usual way of using the motif in association with what you already are up on like CBS gossip stations. July fourth is an independence day for us so to mesmerise July 4, add 1 to make 14 and to balance I subtract the same 1 from the 8 and the 9 upside down is a 6 as in July 4 1776 is a revolution and the revolution in Europe was sort of an upside down American Revolution. So I remember 1776 and 1789 two ways, ridiculous and more by common awareness. If you forget one you can remember the other, and the second has the advantage you can use it in all conversations, even with the boss when he's mad (in truth it's to use comic power, but beyond a certain point if you're too uncomfortable and smart like me sometimes, other methods are optimal. And you can compare the comics with the numbers ect. to see if your memories match when you're offline from the machine. The Memory Book motif often lacks this advantage, but it will help you remember better yet. To remember that they landed on the moon on July 20th not July 4th 1969, (Moon is a land=Moon Landing) of (sh'ooh la lah honeys=July 20th) if they are on the (ship=69) it's moon maidens in the stone age of rock'nroll, when the rolling stones are gathering more moss. Or to remember by the more basic method the 20th is 2 weeks and two days from the 4th, and two and two are 4. Or say you want to remember the number 6743, like your pin number you write in ink enough to pay for fish n chips for a month if in Reno, with just a fast flipper through my volume, 6743 is shack rhyme, and a comic about this is what rhymes with shack? The Beverly Hillbillies on the radio? Pizza Shack women who praise you when you're rich! With a lot more Substitute Words for each of the numbers from one to 99 it's lots easier to find a real boost word right when you want it. The numbers and the memory method I list below because it's both my own and an ancient motif and to show you how it's easy to learn the number to letter combo method.


 You'll have lots to celebrate. Thanksgiving owes a lot to the people who started the praise like Sarah Hale and George Washington. November 25th is when to Sarah Josepha Hale we say thanks at the speed of her 256 Dish stations!

Although the Memory Book is indeed good for memory (it's been a Barnes and Noble bestseller for thousands of years!) I find it's most valuable for comic use among others . The "allowed" words to make comic associations are from a thesaurus anyone would know instead of just random words. That they are words known to all in general is important because when your speak to others if they don't know the words you use they may not accept your claims. You have to share in common with your audience if they accept your comments. They are aware to all because when you listen to a song on the radio you already know lots of the words. Another good source of good words is rhyming sites online.


  As above this method has value to make words out of the 9 numbers of base 10, and the words then can be used to make absurd links so the numbers are easy to remember. These are also the same numbers to letters (good for math memories if you like or must learn math) so you can go through the numbers to find the list of Substitute Words for each number. For example the letters rm (for number 43) in the Machine have listed, room, for ma, rhyme. ream, ect.

I use a pun list I got from a thesaurus, first words of my best jokes or problem solving jokes, yellow pages of the phone book and so on. This is the rough source list of good words to memorize the puns, a general set of good pun options, some of which you may want more consideration before use in your main best pun lists. If it's a good word for you if others say it often, to find jokes for this special worth from the source list of words you may or may not use because you may still want the option but didn't know without more consideration of the list. This is what I found, though your results may be richer.

 From this horizontal paragraph list somewhat below (in the same general field upper left third of the left page of the open book) I draw two or three spaced vertical lines and list the  best of the puns and synonyms all numbered vertically so easier to read off faster than some good words some bad since I often don't know beforehand if it's good or bad.. Perfection sometimes takes good reflexes, I know I've been there!

In the source list above  the first "best list" is numbered by the other side of the line for memorizing. I list the first vertical line in pun synonym units and whether I'm for it or against it + or - on my good side or bad side  (MG, MB, for My Good or My Bad, also sometimes TG or TB Their good or Their Bad) ect.

The second vertical line has the pun and synonym (same meaning) lists as the acronym (first letters of each word) and a question mark listed for each (about if it's the good side or bad side  though adding comic synonyms makes more of the puns my Good Side.

The third vertical line has different acronyms like the second plus blanks. I use left slashed lines plus they allow easy to make exercises fast with the acronyms letters of the third level alternating or somewhat random with with the blanks.

 To the right of the third level I list my best jokes about this exact pun of the first two lines listed in words themselves in exercises on the 2nd, and in the field the 3rd line vertical has the access code (page number + joke #) of jokes about the pun to boost it and you'll know just what you hope to say if someone says the words of that type in chats or bouts.

 I use the first letter motif of the joke (some of the actual first words of the comic or other motif written out in full at the start then just letters so I go from simple and familiar to what I want to be savvy about by addition of what was unlearned) and I write the joke memo number on the outside of each the page (for fast easy access not found with numbers further in.). This is to find where the memo or other stuff to learn of words or numbers in the book on the Current Documents memo that's got the numbers and one word titles in order in the main page index in the front of each volume or magazine as I say above and for other "links" between any two sentences or words written out on the page. The two main reams of the volume are the 1-100 realm where both the jokes and Substitute Words are listed by the numbers and the Recent Tab page. For A More Indepth Look.. how to write the letters for words and more about how to make a Comedy Machine of your own Click Here..
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Click Here For a sample of how a numbered page of your machine might look with the explanations of how I use my Machine...
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SUBLIME TO REDICULOUS


If you're unfamiliar with the Memory Book, say you want to remember a list, like the words from numbers. Memorization of this sort this is the essential memory labor. In the first place the ancients believed all memory works by association, not just any celebrations, wild celebrations! The Memory Book holds that the more wild your image you think up the more likely you are to remember it well. Quoting from the Memory Book;
-In the Memory Book ad on the outside they say, "You might not want to remember, All the names and numbers in the phone book or all the names and faces of all the people you've ever met" and they imply you will just by creative methods like this. It turns out with me however, my memory just improved a good bit and not amazingly by the Memory Book, so jest is good for cheer, life and health, but if you have a plant in the field, you don't throw huge amounts of fertilizer and water on it so much your field won't do well. Comics turns out to be one good method among many and the smart way to be outstanding in a field is by building up the plants where they are, with a bit more food and water, just when the plants and what is worthwhile says it's of most use. Comedy is great so be sure to ignore the following! Machines with much softwear about strategy council that if you don't know what you will receive for Move A, find a move where you are informed and improve that, and to remember and make your memory improve most efficiently like the crop in the field you want to know what you're learning. So by a bit of copying and these easy exercises I describe below based on the Comedy Machine you can make your general savvy about learning for the life of the breath in a reliable way, because you become more and more familiar with the words of most valor and you are making not too much or too little effort, like they recommend for exercise, and like a beautiful beach bloom I know your words will flourish well. This is why the easy to make exercises like reading in reverse just made by copying the important letters of the memo (e.g cozy may be written cz or memorizing =mr) are important because you increase your savvy by the exertion of reading the letters to words, but you know more what you're learning by use of more than one first letter (acronyms) for each word. In practice if I have room like in an toolbox say for health I've first typed the alphabet in giant memo glyphs and then I cut and paste stuff from the web and date each memo for my latest conclusions about any kind of issue like e.g. health the Toolbox is of worth to boost and then write these double letters for words. After awhile this is too easy to read so for more of a related brain workout I write just the first letter for each of the same words below where above I wrote the double letter memo (with the joke or other you want to learn above this written out at the top). With this you can use the usual letter exercise methods as I say above. A bit more strenuous higher level yet is of yet more worth when this with just one letter for each word in turn is too easy after awhile, the third and level of most advanced power I write below the single letter level is to alternate the letter for each word with a blank where the letter for the word would be. By doing the simple exercises and skipping back and forth between higher to lower levels of the same five words when in doubt you can learn anything verbal at a deeper level than by any other method I've invented or seen (other than this combined with audio reps in question and answer form, this has faster access). And not much more copying the joke or memo on the page is needed than just writing the joke, the double letter acronyms and then the acronym blank acronym paradigm. If you are using a word processor like in a Toolbox (A Z index from the web with your comments) going from the second to the third level of the Acronyms to just the letter blank letter motif is easy just by highlighting and then hit copy to paste the letters of the second level below it and then just delete each second letter and then type in the blanks. When space is short or so reduced you can't read (e.g. between the lines of Encyclopedias) the standard option is letter blank letter blank...., this is fast to copy, and takes up reduced room and is easier to write with 50% of it being left slashes for the blanks when room is not so common. This may sound a bit complex, but if all you're learning some days is a few memos it's not much more labor. Wisdom is never by accident. And when you have time to learn well this will make your memory stronger for times when you don't. Whatever you can learn, you learn deeper with this method of the Comic Machine. Depth is often an unseen part of learning, but I've learned from many cyber battles that depth is in truth one of the foundations of learning, not just speed or flashy glitz like the Memory book promotes. You want the comics no doubt, but you want the evidence comics are made of first, first find the evidence. I saw this magazine this month when I go to subscribe in the store where they say, "Pills to make You Smart. What You Should Know About Cognitive Boosters". If You've taken These Herbs Already, Don't Worry. I'm Already are Aware of What's In This Memo!
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"Lets Say the 10 items are airplane, tree, envelope, earring, bucket, sing, basketball, floppy, guitar, coat. To show you how the association method works, first picture the airplane, the new item you want to remember is tree. You want to associate them in a ridiculous-impossible absurd-image to associate the two items. You don't want to picture an airplane parked near a tree. Instead a ridiculous image might be, a gigantic tree flying instead of an airplane, or an airplane is growing instead of a tree, or airplanes are growing on trees, or millions of trees are boarding on airplanes. You see an image when you read a word, try not to see an elephant, and you will! Laboring to remember will improve you memory even if it's not apparent. To remember the next item envelope picture a tree sealing a giant envelope, or millions of envelopes growing on a tree. To associate earring with envelope see the image perhaps of opening an envelope, and millions of earrings boom out and hit you in the face from the envelope. To associate it to the next item and remember bucket imagine wearing a bucket instead of an earring, or a huge bucket is wearing giant earrings. To remember sing, see a giant bucket singing, or you singing with a giant bucket over your head. To remember the next item on the list, basketball to sing picture a basketball singing, or someone is singing an millions of oranges zoom out of his mouth and bounce around Miami Beach! To remember floppy, picture someone dribbling the floppy, and you absorb lots and lots of higher learning when the arena shouts! Guitar. You use your floppy to solo in concert, you spin at 200 rpm. Coat. When you put on your coat and pluck the cuff, a promotional genius appears and offers you a 100,000 money order to sing, if your mother in law will!
..If you then go over the above 10 by this method you will be able to remember them in order, if not go back and reinforce the associations by seeing each image with vision, then you can remember them in rewind, the coat, reminds you of guitar, this reminds you of floppy, and so on.


The Ancient Greek belief about memory was that all memory was by this type of action packed REMs, to associate you just link what you want to remember to what you already know well and you'll remember it well. To start your link to remember all of a list the Memory Book says you just unify each item to be remembered by the usual absurd method, each link to the following, via the first word of the list once you know the first item. Since all the rest are linked by association of the like sounding words you remember the rest so it's as easy as just to learn one item. (For many Examples see the Memory Book link, below) The Ancient Greeks would link the Substitute Words to something around them they already know like houses in a block (by either Substitute Words like I'll Ask Her instead of Alaska or e.g. the good and bad side of the idea, more about this below) since the best memory is often found in research to be by unifying two images with what they have in common while wildly changing what's uncommon so they would remember by the association of each item to remember just stuff around like in the room. For example since you know the (sofa) and you want to remember a word like "laser invented in 1960" picture a (housewife cleaning the sofa) and when she sits down, the (laser=radiant ray of the cushion) lifts her and the sofa up into the clouds, up to the level of the (soda=sofa) fizz of the starry comet of blue (cheeze=60) with star powder. Each time you see the sofa it reminds you of this and anytime you want to remember when the laser was invented, just look at the cushion! The modern achievement in the Memory Book was to be about how the ancients hadn't yet realized that you can associate the whole link, one link to the following itself by association not just to what's nearby and wise in the village such as a memory link by way of substitute words for the roads (or the idea of the road or the rooms furniture with the item to remember) just so the first link is well known already, and was itself easy to remember. So they would go around the street signs and stop signs of the ancient villa finding what was most absurd about rooms and roads to associate each item by comic Substitute Words, or the idea of what they wanted to remember in a speech. This is where we got the word topic, from the Greek word for place, topos, and the word for place in Latin was related to the word locus in language, and because once the basic link of the association was achieved the rest would follow from this, this is where we got the expression "In the first place." I use the more ancient motif of using Substitute Words for shelves, boxes, cones and sofas around me I already know more often than modern idea of the memory being in a link being easier than by topic (The Memory Book was unaware if you oops one of your motifs, the whole rest of the link is gone. They may remember with they're a genius with ginseng!). The Memory Book says, if you associate each item on a list to remember to the number Substitute Word of each word you can associate with it, you know them in and out of order just by finding the number. While it has use when you must learn stuff real well, I recommend familiarity and comedy both, not too much of one or the other, weaving in and out between the two like image and proof in science. This way you're building a construction more from the surface up where most important life is and not to far up or in.
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The four Memory Book motifs of wild associations are
Substitution, Out of Proportion, Exaggeration, and Action.



When you have as in the above quote about the Memory Book list one action where the other would be, this is Substitution for example to associate ship to shore, to make it wild and so more memorable, you would think of a shore zooming around in the air like an airship, giant propellors. Out of Proportion is where you make one item more or less in size like the giant bucket or earrings, Exaggeration is where you imagine millions if an action, and Action is where you imagine as if the item to be remembered was hitting you in the face, or some other active motif (see the Memory Book for more). How to remember these; the first initials of the words are SOP (Substitution, Out of Place) the same as SOuP sort of, and EXaggeration and ACTion, which makes the Word EXACT, so the memory motif to remember is soup and exact. How is soup exact? If it's Soup of the month, and the month was Memorial Day 1981 in some hash houses in Ohio!! If you are aware here that while the letters that make Soup are easy to find, the E and A of Exxaggeration and Action allow no easy word to remember, so I just used both the Ex of EXaggeration and Act of ACTion. This is an important point, that often in many realms if you can't find what you want, USE MORE OF WHAT CAN BE CHANGED, in extremis in euphoria ex patria pro gloria! and sometimes subtract. In general adding action is the best in life because my life is slow 21 hours of 24 some days, I saw a replica die cast collectible 1937 hearse, wonder what it was like being dead then, it's much better being alive in 2009!

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..Making comic words to remember the Substitute Words by wild association and so on is good for foreign and English vocabulary (which is a method of achieving the Binet words but not verse visa, so my method is of more general import) math, dates in history, writing the lyrics of songs (more than most rhyme thesauruses of Webster, what rhymes with gossip?) and it's of worth to improv cliches and shake out of booby traps with comedy and breathing room when they say AHHHRAH!

My sister said to me once when I said about how web programs are smarter than all of us to win like at chess, and she said, "They'll never make a computer smarter than the person who built it", and I said this was like saying they would never make a car that would go up the highway faster than people could run. So even if I may be imperfect in my life even with the machine, hope you may find a blessing about it, you may even invent more about this machine than me one day.
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.The Memory Book says Substitution is the most important and easiest to use of the memory motifs. I've found an easier way by what I name A is Not A where you just use what two unlike motifs have in common (read on, there's more than one of me myself and A!) it's of good general use for life to be good at using Substitution, so I include it here for more complete R&R (and ship superhighways to Maui!). To Use Substitution most easily note that each item in the list above has the building block (mostly a noun like "envelope", but it works for verbs too like "sing") and what the component does, the action. Note that the component is much the same while it's the action that changes the most, the the tree can seal the envelope or the envelopes grow on the tree, but you wouldn't want the envelope sealing or the tree growing, (Yell Mart already has the emoticon rights here). This is an important motif the Memory Book doesn't say about, but it's a more reliable way to know about the links especially the main Memory Book use of Substitution, because all the cosmos is based on a noun and verb, like in language, which can be used to chat up the cosmos while you save on the rates! Even so the Memory book autours make the important point that you're always linking at least two motifs in all memory, this about the Noun Verb is a more reliable way. The best way to be creative with words or in general other than Substitute Words I've seen in general is to find two mostly unsimilar motifs and "finding what they have in common" of good sort while allowing contradiction, this is easier than Substitution like in the above about SOUP and the main Memory Book ways ("substution is the easiest mnemonic and of most import") because it generally takes less computation to find what already built up dissimilar motifs have in common than to reverse the properties in Substitution of the two motifs to be associated, because union takes less effort than distinction. No doubt Substitution is of value and The Memory Book says it's the most of value and easy to use, but this method of union is better yet and isn't listed by the authors.

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The Memory Book says their method is useful to learn music well. A more robust method I use is to record a rough draft on the machine and then edit it up block by block by such as dubbing, with numerous edits of a block, then with the song in good and non over edited condition, even if with lots of clicks or somewhat out of volume. (It would be great if software was aware of how to take out the clicks, even up the beat and put it in tune, anybody would be able to write a great song without lots of practice, more like a painter with a zoom, right on an older media like a cassette, which is much more intuitive and is not so often with cyber crashes.). Only when this is achieved do I then memorize by the wokman, and this is just by a description or image of what that part of the tune is like, and then seeing if it matches the experiment of listening well, building up my memory like construction of the big machine of science or civilization, both have a definite creative and mode of memory like with the invention of writing when civilization started. Then to learn music memory, I make a final take of the song with a good machine and edit what I've learned a bit by memory to a high level of worth.
More About The Ways to Music.
The memory methods here are of use for extra depth, this is not about what is learned, just how to learn. So I would have learned errors if I had used the Memory Book methods alone, thus the memory book is just somewhat of use, and a science method is of more power, and better in combination with other memo.
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- The Memory Book's way to learn foreign languages alone via the same methods is also not as valuable as would seem, here too a hybrid method is most optimal. A better language method than just comics to learn a speech is where I would dub a copy of a language la echo from the library for two bucks to be in the general area of pronunciation. This is because to learn especially at the start if you have a reliable teacher is much faster from the spoken than written (The same with music, Learning music from reading is like staying married to a woman who lives in oceania by post office box, 97% of weddings are to the merwoman who lives in the swiminmg pool beside your hotel) and pronounciocean is a lot more important than written speech if unsaavy to start with at any rate. Instead of using just comic use of Substitute Words to learn the language, I noticed that many of the words and phrases sounded like "our" words. Since the idea that familiarity much of the memory motif already achieved, I would just plug in the usual words in the foreign sentence to remind me of it, or make "bogus entymologies" of the foreign words, but not rediculous. For example "Ill eh damash" in French means "Im sorry", or "it's a shame". So instead of finding a rediculous Substitute Word and remembering that, to remember faster, the word damage sounds like damash, remember it by, "I'm a little bit damaged". Or the "The TV is out in French is, "Le Television ne mash pah" so instead of trying to remembering it by a comic method that would take a seperate complex memory computation, I think of "The television is mashed up a bit!" Since this is a more definite memory method, it makes it so you can plug the word or other motifs in the conversation more rapidly like a building block of a puzzle, so you learn with more depth and speed. It already reminds me of what I want to learn. Even while the Comic method combined with this is more powerful yet, especially for the more foreign words or phrases, familiarity is often of real value, or you would be so confused in the foreign conversation you wouldn't know where you are in the sentence, not in an overseas language prison, having a wonderful time...!. So for the Television mashed up a bit if you eat TV dinners and crunch all the box and munch it like smashed potatoes, it's out no doubt! Wild action is great for earning admiration, so both wild and usual mnemonics like with the box combination are of most worth depending on your use, with the TV mashed up just a bit more. Creativity is more a power boost but if it's so wild your mother in law is in Finland, it's good to slow up, so you live it up N with her all the rest of the month for half the year. Another problem in learning a language is what you may ask if the words are all like English words but in another pattern, for example, the word for department store in Roma is grande magazine ("grandeh mahgahzeeneh"). To learn it by rediculous words is one method, but what's so absurd about reading a big magazine in a department store? And this isn't much like the meaning in English, it's just another idea. On the other hand, if you (depart for the store=department store) in a (GM=Grande Magazine) just by way of the first letters and making another word you know well like GM, you remember. And you can leave for the transportation store with a big magazine you operate your wheel of your GM with. So 4 good language motifs more of worth for languages are, wild association, bogus/real entemology, and letters for words to make other words, then this combined with the method of science and experiment!


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-While a great use of The Machine is of use for visits to 1066 Rong Way Road (if William The Uturn was the great Dutch road builder) it's useful too for all memory is used for by plugging in Substitute Words where it's foreign to learn and making wild, comic associations to remember the substitute words by action. ect. If words are the most powerful herbs these are the V8s of the Boost Above.
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To edit my edits up to the afterlife I write most of my best improvisations at the same realm in the book (By the above and practice with comedy research (you are right now!) you see how to achieve your improvisations). I use a general storage area of the volume with a tab to always know my best solutions to that ream of the volume and I'm always aware by going to what's the most active of the list. When it's a good option, it's a sort of My Recent Documents, found by a tab. This method is good for use in any kind of book you want to learn well, say Algebra; I just make a booklet or just write the page number of what to learn well in the blank memo in the front or back of the volume with just the page number and perhaps a one word title and the memo number if needed to find the memo where it is in the volume of the book (Audiobook, My aunt Bee!)! With this you don't have to pay for expensive machines that crash or the cost in batteries (A volume of real stuff like paper is of more worth for the most important memos like the Comedy Machine because it's more durable. Sooner or later all computers fail they say in cyber science, at the least you want more real options if your machine goes down.) If you use this method while writing the memo itself in the book with a letter for each word on the "actual" page in the volume near or at the top of the page or cyber site, you have all your words or other comics in the order of how you invented or read them and by random access. The last number on the memo is always is the most recent. This is a simple way to always find your current memo or joke in order and remember it too by way of writing the first letter of each word to make simple exercises reading the letters and finding the words on the memo. Your answer is always there so not only can you find your latest joke among a great batch where you otherwise would be without, your knowledge takes you where it leads you, a real incentive to your reading. The letter exercise method is achieved by reading the first or other letters of the words in the more advanced method, reversing the words in different order and with different #s of reps, ect. as I'll detail later about how I picked my name to win 10,000 when I was in the maternity room with mom! All it takes is a jot to write all the first letters of the words (five times faster than writing out the words) on the page underneath the memo. (When space is short you can write inbetween the lines in a volume like your encyclopedia in ink, bics are best I've found in all my life of 35 years for ink of real worth though water makes them moist.). Useful too is to have a prayer memo section of each machine or other index of this type you make and then read the prayer and comics for inspirational use, e.g. if it's like a math Toolbox where you might otherwise be sidetracked from more important stuff by the math. If I number each joke including the prayer/or comic memo with the day and date in the machine under "Pr Prayer (plus date)" and if this is then listed at the top or other start page of your memo machine frequently alongside my other current memos to learn it's also more general balance for our life and the risk of overcomputing is reduced. The meditation can be changed as often as you like and set it to song by writing the names of a familiar song near the memo and using the memo words instead of the song or using a list and song codes in the Machine to save space (as I'll discuss later) for the worth of music to memory as has been proven while also learning the prayer by the word letter memo method.

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This may sound complex for the Comedy Machine but it has just three general components; the Creativity, How to Find It especially how to find the most recent memos, and How to Remember the memos of the type your machine or machines are about.

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...In the Comedy Machine each number has the Substitute Words and also letters to find the improvisations of comic sort from the Substitute Words. For example if I wrote an improvisation that started with the words, "I woke up so asleep this morning I listened to my radio upside down, it was the world's most stretched disclaimer!" To access that improvisation once on the real actual site of my machine, if it wasn't in my Recent Documents tab, I would just think "I woke up is 79" because the 7 sound is c and 9 is p or b (vowels like "I and awo" in The words I awoke, being not as definite as consonants to speak can be ignored ir changed more easily to form good words not in creativity when you may add them in so more options) flip to the general 79 then on the site are the Substitute Words and then, with more room I find "cip". Since "I" is the first vowel of any sort that appears in "I woke up" by convention I list the "radio upside down"words here beside the "cip" on the page or two where all 79 Substitute Words and comics are written out. (These are all at regularly spaced intervals on the page since there's no way to know just how much room each of the five cp's will take up, so except for the Substute Words on the upper left I just use the same amount of room for all.) Since "cip" is nearest in spelling to what I'm searching for (I woKe uP) I would find all the memos of this type faster than a wimple at wimbleton in a whit.
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If you're a comic and you run out of room on the pages when you have lots of memory, I recommend inserts. To make inserts I cut the insert paper so it fits inside the rest of the book so it won't slow down my search when I flip from number to number with a code number like "I" on each insert page to identify it on searches to identify it from jokes or other motifs on other reams, by the general page number, then the I if needed to find it in the insert and then the joke number on the page. Good strong paper is of worth so the book won't wear out, you can use strong transparent tape on the outside of each page to reduce wear (and then scotch tape over this to write on if the heavy tape is too wide, with more tape over this to seal it and no smears of the words). This will reduce some of your room to write on each page and it takes about 90 minutes to tape a hundred number book, so strong paper from the start may be of greater worth. Binding your own softcover book allows the right weight and softcover means you can read the inside of the memo. You'll never run out of room perhaps; my mother in law was putting on pounds when she would jog so she just jogged backwards and she's won 20 already, all sand 47% in her vehicle at Miami Beach! Since the consonants are the same in number in the language as the numbers, by listing all the vowels like this, all your good words in English are fast to access, and your Substitute Word options are more definite. This is higher speed than in base 26 with the alphabet and easy to count because ten numbers in order are twice as fast as 26 signs in no real order. Because each of the numbers up to 100 has fifty or sixty "Substitute Word" words from the Websters or Thesaurus, if you know the basic methods of combining the building block words by creative motifs this is "a fast way to access 2 million jokes!"-and this is just the Words and your own jokes, other comediannes and comics will have more, you can just look up comedy of whatever type you want on the web and add it in where it goes in the Machine.
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..I use and recommend memorising to learn the lists of Substitute Words, for spiritual health an important component of a healthy brain body and spirit to be strong and kind with words. As you see on this link there are only 99 or so basic one syllable building blocks in English. This is because there are just nine important consonant sounds, so this is the first 9 digits (the 10's) of the 99, and so too for the second nine of the 99. Vowels are not high definition and are round so can be any of the five vowels for the center of the 9 and the other 9 in consonant vowel consonant form, they aren't the most definite and are used just to complete the Substitute Word. There are just 110 or so (including Words also starting with the open vowels or words like "AOL" or, "ray of power" that are of vowel vowel or vowel consonant 1-9 for all the Substitute Words possible, and including the zero word number puns, e.g 01, 02 03..up to 1 so all the consonant sounds are used including the s sounds.). This is reassuring. Learn these 100 or so motifs well and you have more able words to say when others try to use Substitute Words of their own to win their way, or if we want to be a real blessing and say thanks and to boost our world or just to excel in college. And it's good for spiritual power because it gives you cheaper comedy. Say you're halfway asleep and you hear a neighbor saying something she's already said you disagree with in some new phraseology, say with a few spice words you never would say, even in the new world. Simply consult the pun lists you've memorized to plug in 3 or four or more Substitute Words, make rediculous comics out of them as above and you're not laying there feeling bad, you've created a hysterically funny comic and of worth and not found any where else. And if you find yourself without that word, go back to your 1-100 list, look up that number, and start memorizing, each time this happens you'll go deeper in the loop. Eventually you can learn all the main important good words to defend for problems (even if you now with your Machine you won't have many!) and finally you can end up with say a list of 20 good Substitute Words for each of the 100 or 110 building blocks for triumph. These can then be combined in more elaborate sentences ad lib by the comic motifs. To remember them faster I use a song code page with a list of songs and important Word numbers to learn. Each important Word list number on the song code has a song code say for 20 tunes I like or am real up on, the important Substitute Words to remember are with the numbers on the list of the song code page on the left. Say you're a bit luxury sized like me and you want to learn good defensive words to boost your chance of being thin so you aren't discouraged at improving, this is a practical use of the machine.

...(For my weight loss method using stevia the sweetest herb with no calories or carbs, CLICK HERE..Not guaranteed but this may improve it enough to be viable for the majority of dieters, I've lost 30 lbs already and I'm sure I won't have a relapse, exercise is laps in the marathon!!)

... You want your idea itself to be strong for best results even if your diet method is cheap and viable. To change your idea itself so then you can have the advantage of more options instead of having to listen to others with perhaps other than the best intention regarding Substitute Words ("from Lava may god save me, from Maui I must not save myself") you find your best words, like if finding yourself uninspired when someone showed you a munchy and you want power and not feeling resentful. After numbering all the pages 1-99 and writing all the lists of Words for each, look up the number for Munchy=32 . Find the song code in the song code page =S C =page 07 (As you see why S C is o7 on this page.) For example the Song Code for the song When I Ruled the world is the song acronym, W I R T W (And When You Will Perhaps when Chris Cringle collects more!) Say it's number 10, I go to page 32 and you I know from the Song Code page to start singing the song with the list of number 32 Words, it's easy and fast, and Substitute Words are so common and worthwhile learning the list is a good advantage the lack of which may cause even depression otherwise or slower learning and other problems few can afford.
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..You remember with more depth with music. By using song codes you save room in the Comedy Machine and it's fast to write, and you don't have so many songs you forget and you learn them at the right rate of worth, if you learned too many you would forget them, too few and it's like singing a one note song all year, you use the optimal amount and reuse them more than once. For the important words or memos, I combine absurd creative memories with letters and other meaning or Substitute Words and then list two songs with the Code, one to sing it forward and the other in reverse if it's a list like of wordsworth. Because of the memory limitation, I list the most important memos to learn on a page like the Song Code page, it's fun to sing them, and you can learn anything of worth faster this way.
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..A more advanced method for solutions is to find a synonym (same meaning other word) and the go to the Word lists you have memorized that are Substitute Words, and then find synonyms for each of the puns and then Substitute Words for these synonyms, and so on, and at any level you can use comic motifs of the three types (contradiction, Substitute Words and on your Good Side, more about this herein) to boost verbal power. To start I recommend that you keep it simple, just memorize say one list of say 5 or 10 Substitute Words per "bad" word or any word you want to boost, just starting with the ones of higher worth to your immediate situation in the Song Code page based on say a synonym and then deny it by saying it's not A=A because of contradiction=comic creativity (read also EXAMPLES and about the Good and Bad side of words in rhetoric below for more). This use of Substitute Words and synonyms and comics is more reliable and you may find it a relief to be able to reduce the bad words of others to where you are better in control by an approach like a Comedy Machine! It's general knowlege what this is, the Machine is a more reliable to achieve control over it..
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You find your best words, like if finding yourself interested in being thinner when your neighbor showed you a Ho Ho and you want to be in control and not in ire, a fight only starts on the second ouch, and life is here like in OH, where, when the dawn rises most start looking for vitamin G! After numbering all the pages 1-99 and writing all the lists of puns for each (See more on this page for how to find good puns, like in a thesaurus). Look up the number for O O which could be Yahoo! Aura! or Ray of Power! Ray of Power! since both are open vowel sound words and soft consonants=00. Find the song code in the song code page =S C =page 07 (As you saw why S C is o7 on the letter to number page) go back to page 00, and start singing the song with the list of 00 puns, it's easy and good for life.
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You know the words and a good general method is Pun+word on Your Good Side (YGS) plus joke linking the two. Say you're good at music. In the above you would have Yahoo aura +a music joke about computers, what else! So you could comment,"Say, did you know Madonna (music, YGS) tightened up her corset for 30 minutes and wanted to find her password and found her corset on Yahoo GPS?" Or the second, Ray of Power, Ray of Power + Music (YGS) might be, "Ray Of power? I was listening to my song the other AM and it hit me, If I sleep in a solid gold hall of fame, I may reach top 100 and be 2x as rich in rush shower in Miami Beach where each second vehicle is a ship!" Note that the joke on Your GS is a general topic, this way you can find lots of jokes like in a book of hysterical comics and your audience will understand that you're smart and of worth to listen to. Since even the best joke books often only have like 1/3 real hysterical, it's good to underline all the good comics, and you can edit up the rest with your own improvements and customizations, often based on other words and comics in the book you've learned well. For this the best books I've found are Orben's early comic volumes (the later ones have some real bad jokes but the good ones are classic so Orben's later ones are by no means without worth, even so the early books (like before 1970) are his greatest so you don't have to read too many bad jokes and the rest of the jokes are the most easy to improve with good turnaround value.).
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.. The Idea here is not to counterattack, rather to find your own good side, and often after you find a good joke, like say about music in the above, this will remind you or your audience of better, and in hopes the conversation goes uphill from there if a lot of jokes are good and more. If you know how much I care, you may care how much I know. At first your audience may have objections, while if you keep adding in comedy sooner or later they won't say it's bad for you to be good. At first they might say, "What does Madonna or Solid gold have to do with dish and platinum?" One method is to say something like, "Ya know I was in the kitchen and I heard a song on the radio, that's when I remembered about Madonna, plus more jokes about music (or other related YGS comics)!" The way of Pun+YGS >joke with the link for what the two have in common is not dissagreeing, this is important because you always have the defence that you were positive and did right, if on the other hand they object to what you've said because you said something bad it may go on indefinitely from there. It's been said we value others more for our ability to be a blessing than for their ability to bless us. If you get them upset, you may both lose, if you find the Good Side it's your good side, and civilization like a construction of mortar windows and roofs is from the foundation up not from the roof to the basement, even so love makes an us without woe to a me. While no doubt if you can't help you you can't help others, and a roof is nearer the afterlife yet, and in OH you can sing all the way up!
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WHY A "REAL" COMEDY MACHINE WITH REAL COMEDY?
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-While it's of worth to find comic mnemonics of many types about whatever you want to be good on the web and then put this in the Comic Machine where you want it, real paper is best in 2008. I write in bold pen or pencil, if in light pencil I would not be able to find it. I once lost 35 pages of this on my old machine. As you may realize some geniuses almost lost 3 years of memos another time in a Palm type machine, they know who they are! With "actual real paper" if my cyber machine is old someday and tears up I can find the info without having to buy a machine that would read the code, by definition another old machine, so no better or labor would be on online auctions. Also using the paper, no bootup, no meltdown (most computers fail in 7 years) it's easier to edit than audio and no cost. When they finally have Palms VXLCVV's with a disc for about two that cost just 20, this would be good because if the machine goes down you don't lose all your data and you don't have to keep buying in to read your old data as each old machine melts down. The Comedy Machine is a machine for life. A small machine if cheap would be of worth if it didn't cost, but in 08 palm computers with removable memory cost 100's and if dropped hundreds in gold that clunks is gone, and this book method is good for my brain, if you see a dogs wearing a flannel shirt and bib, you're out in the Old World!

There is one major exception about computers. To always find a new joke and have something good to say (more to say than you have time) it's good to read the news like Yahoo and save it to the AZ list and then go online and find jokes about the news and then I list the jokes and with my own jokes and finally listen to it with text to speech software. To make the jokes the best, to edit the words and listen like with two or three reps, this improves the joke faster than just by reading it, and you remember and are aware of its worth in a deeper way. The words out loud are more memorable. I would listen to Hee Haw for years always with a new comic when I was learning how, this is better because it's editable, and without commercials and it's with jokes that are customized to the memo, especially good for verbal words. I cried clown tears for years when Hee Haw cancelled! There were Reader's Digests all around but Hee Haw was easier to remember and comprehend than reading and always high speed, and I would watch other shows for tidbits like power trivia. It's always like the Hee Haw jokes and original if you put the name of the joke in the AZ at the top and when you wrote it in. Even if computers can even outdo the Comedy machine and it can be used for anything say inventions to then add comedy and you remember too, machines always crash eventually and FM radio might never completely replace books, and roads will never replace the wheel just yet. For riches saved, web overuse costs more than moderation saved. It's the fastest rising cause of work related injury and chat rooms are causing higher divorce rates, and so on. Click Here for smart cheap simple ways to achieve web moderation by to stop the basic cause which is randomness, like gambling overuse behaviour (i.e. timers won't help because they just are more random yet). Not only this, you may also reduce computer woes with stevia the sweetener I mention above, it's so sweet I don't think of the web and use it as a treat to stop the web. If it's strong enough where I've lost 30 pounds it has real worth even for cyber randomness I wonder! (It's easy now watching my wait when the machine loads up!) If stevia's not for you, another o calorie 0 carbohydrate, real sweet herb with no side effects is the chinese herb lo han. This is not medical advice. See my disclaimer. Because of these considerations about cyber overuse and cost and so on, even with this trick for the web and text to speech as of May 2008 I believe the "real" Comedy Machine is still the best and has real worth..
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..If I'm just looking for a good word out of a bad word like we all see sometimes in life, instead of just using the book, and reading through the list of Substitute Words on each page some of no value for this particular word I read to my older comic volumes where I find many of the most umph words and comics already in good order from more use. (The good Substitute Words in my Machine are with highlighter from the main list at the upper top left of the left page of each of the two pages for each word number so I can search these best words then continue). While the book method has many uses, for slower more definite buildup and just for a big guffaw, the finding-pun-from- comic-book-when-ready method is when power of the most all time ancient sort is of high speed value. It's hysterical to sit and read this for a brain boost, they say we're constantly rewiring our brain's with new images and words are one of the most power prescriptions, because when people talk we can't just close our ears, we must think up good words, words to live by if they're good are what I breathe.

- When you know the gossip you'll know the rest of the language better just as the advantage the invention of authorship had over just language in ancient times, greatly extending the range and depth of what civilization was able to achieve. The advantage was so great that the ancient people before the invention of writing are considered by historians to not even exist, this is the actual definition of the word "prehistoric" meaning "without writing".
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While they say The Memory Book's usage the best, my method is a machine, so it's the winner about common sense.


-In The Memory Book just one Substitute Words is listed with each number up to 100. The Memory Book says a power memory is in reach just with one Word for each number like to remember all the names and numbers in a phone book (like those signs on the wall where she says, "If you like cozy conversation call, 1-877-6548-8796-9785-7777-999$ ext.7954 and leave Betsy a range!). It's often by no means easy to find the right Substitute Words except for or sometimes even with this motif, but this is higher powered than just one word.
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Substitute Words themselves have a definite method in the Machine. Say I want to shake loose from a word like fat someone may say often and both in our conversation deserve better. Because "m" "b" and "f" of the word are related sounds in speech, to find good puns keep the t or d of the word fat while you learn words that begin with b instead of f. Thus you look through your volume to the number 91 ("b t" words) to memorize. Here the words listed are bathe, bath, beehut, booth, breath, bedroom, and so on. For more advanced Words, look up distinctive words that end in b (short words that end on the second syllable in Websters are easiest to find) and then use other words that start with t using both words in combinations of the b and t like this you memorize, these are more original because you add more syllables and meaning, with the pun embedded deeper in the words, so the ideas of the words are more of power not just sound. You may often find that Substitute Words aren't all the power you have here because you can use the meaning of each of these words, not just the words themselves to branch out the complexity, like a marathon or life where you win by doing what's according to the rules and within this frame with both more complexity and speed, each motif and submotif to win in life a small horse race. Using the meaning of the Substitute Words is a better way to remember them faster as you learn the list. He who travels fast has a blessing if how he travels is blessed, in Miami beach a giant RV has stars! This can be used for boosting your savvy in many realms about words. Many people owe their life to being good with words and this type of knowlege may literally make your life go from defeat to a celebration by knowing these tricks in a deeper sense for both security and salvation. Words are stronger than any prescription, and being good with words has been a survival boost otherwise not there for people in evolution and history no doubt. To memorize a list of words or other memos in your Comedy Machine once I've written them in and to achieve a longer lasting boost I write the letters for the words (I've found it's good to actually have the letters beside the words to memorize above and below on the page, going back and forth between them in cycles of say reps of five letters five times and then the five words twice or if in any doubt). Letters for words on the page is faster than having to flip between two sets of pages, even so for power learning it's good exercise to list the memo and letters at least some of the time on seperate pages because you make the effort so important to learn. In brain research more of your brain cells are built up if you do something that's more memory labor to solve. I had a problem with memory even so. It seems easier to invent random jokes to fit any solution using the book and general love of life, conversations are often some of the best inspiration for jokes. So I'm building up this large volume of jokes and I can find just the right memo after someone mentions about it, and to remember all those memos to make the most of them I use music as I say about the Song Codes, this is of major value.
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Did you know the ancients thought it a sine or cosine of brilliance to count on your hands, numbers were tougher to count than the Arabs till they invented 0 to stay cool in the desert! Counting is a way to add more spin to your memory because it's an extra way to see if you are where you want to be in your memorising. HOW TO COUNT AND HAVE 50 COUNTING BITS ON ONE HAND, (OR 50,000 IF YOU'RE INTO MATH!) CLICK HERE..
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Another good addition to this about Substitute Words is to not just use substitution for memorizing where you live, you can also make the Substitute Words portable so you can use it in any conversation or while you're on your lunch hour or while you wake up in the AM. You can write the lists of all the substitute Words in pencil and then copy it to the write width on the machine, then make a wrist band out of perhaps a cheap backpack you buy on sale, easy to cut, sew in the hook and loop at the ends (to sew hoop and loop by hand without redefining the definition of an adventure in pain you can punch holes in the edge and sew through each) and then tape on the copied lists (save your original so if the copy is damaged). If someone asks what the list is for just say, isn't my handwriting great, the Good Side of authorship, or "it's a sort of cyber code" , after all you're reading me with your machine! Another good method is to take a small book, like a diary and wear it around your neck with a loop all the time.Those handheld machines may be worthless. I once bought a machine for "just" 150, the real cost is the 120 more a year to access the web and there was extra software for 50 more that was almost nonfunctional, then the buttons of the machine unexpectedly almost completely failed and I just made it to save to my machine before the Palmo Pilot failed. Finally my big machine had too few memories to delete to have more memory, so my 3 years of writing in the small machine are on my hard drive, and it costs too much to revive it since then, thus I believe with stories like this we all have heard, the Comedy Machine has real worth, I couldn't catch the memories and the memories never dropped, what a relief! -
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THE GOOD, THE BAD, AND WHY THE SINGING CHIPMUNK OF OTC ALWAYS WINS OUT OVER GALLSTONES!
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..OOne important motif the Memory Book doesn't mention is about the bad side and good side of words and life, so it's often important to pick the words that are good for you and your audience, and this may change. In studies they find that if volunteers are told a "Chevy hits a wall" or a "Chevy smashes a wall", the percieved value of the same van in how much it damaged the wall or van is higher when it smashed the wall than whan they say the machine hit the wall. (And no doubt, a mural has the right of way!). So to choose the good words for what you're trying to say (not random) may make up to a third of the exalted praise you recieve, with more words to choose, more words of the good sort are just for you, your good side. Using this method you are ahead of the Memory Book. This is like software in a fizz machine, a good option! The good side and bad side of all there is is good to make contradiction, this is why comics about the good side and bad side of commercials are good for laughs, there's the contradiction between what they hope you'll think and what it often is. They labored much to make the business jangles so I just do this somewhat, to be honoring and not unrespective of how the good side and bad side of all there are is important, more important than comedy at times, even if they say it's more to laugh at life than be in sorrow. Actually business celebrations when you sit and watch TV of this sort are "Lite Good And Bad" because most of the ads by law are not false, and it's not like the boss yelling when he's trying to decieve us, this takes both more speed and wit to achieve to please the boss. So while comedy about the good and bad side of promotions are of some worth, they actually aren't the rhetoric of real life. A chip in the Mother Station is safe, but my hat is cyber and mostly what the web is about. For example I saw this ad that had remote controlled flipping vans, just 29.95, and a rhetoritician's answer may be, remote sold seperately, right? Mines not! Anything I wouldn't say to the boss I labor at finding what I would, so this about just being a commercial comic is good if used in kindness. Finding the good and bad side and making a comic contradiction out of the commercial are of some worth if in moderation but I think business comedy like about commercials is not a substute for the more important labor of effort made to build up your reflexes. One good thing about commercials these days is there are more of them and this ads change by suprise and gives you more to make comedy out of, the ads that repeat or have lots of lard can be zapped by ear plugs tied to a cord around your neck. By using earstops and closing your eyes with bad business boosts (I close my eyes when reading a Reader's Digest fright, "By the original aurhors!"!) zapping bad food ads is a good way to lose weight best by reduction of diet hype. Studies prove the road and who your friends are where you live has a real influence on how slim you may be, and no doubt watching millions of take out pizzas may make some people think it's worth a blood pressure cuff to pay for a Rolls with mostly bland food, when if you make your own, you're stronger, and save 10.000 a year.
-For the good side and bad side of life, the four sides of interactions of the same motif, your good and bad side (I use "YG and YB" to signify this in the Machine) and the other person's bad and good side which are sometimes the opposite, while the ancient art of rhetoric has about 20 motifs this is the main one of power. If you'd like to talk real good like my mom the English Phd sez, this is considered by the excellent in this field to be the most important of the rhetorical motifs, so the other motifs are not as important, so I've saved you time and energy by my research about the Comic Machine for you. If it's been said that "Any person who thinks themself savvy would know as much Relativity as in the famous book about physics, Einstein's Universe", I would say any person who believes they are smart and exalted enough to earn the praise of others in life should know this much rhetoric.
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"Are you saying that I'm tremendous amazing and astounding, or that you're careful and meticulous"? (plus jokes for these words using the rediculous methods and puns).


You can see how this is disarming the attack, if there is one. By finding both words for other words and the good side of the words, you have essentially found another way to move to what's good for you, your good side. They find with research in depression that people who are sad are not as able as other peoople to learn about the good things in life, and some say it's better to say what you think, because if you stop talking awhile, others may start to try to ask for more than their share. This is why it's good to learn lists of the good side of what's in your life and jokes and substitute words for more depth of your perception. In the above the good words for insubstantial, the opposite of the "My Bad" if I were overweight, or great (from the thesaurus) and jokes for these are of use. Even bad words can be good by both expressing first your good side YG and listing them in the AZ, amazing and astounding I hope and if necessary the good side of their bad side.
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They've found most in research in the US think 3/4 are fat but just a few think they are, they say "others are fat, I'm just luxury size." There are good words and bad words for what goes on this may be bad in general use because it may harm others, so even though it was the great power of the ancient greek rhetoriticians, it's good to learn more nonharmful celebrations and the good and bad contradiction for the contradiction that comedy has. Otherwise if you learned all this about the bad side of booze the next thing you know you may have a boss who drinks, and you'd have to unlearn all you learned or read. Moderation of this sort improves the realm of creativity, and science shows more efficient REM sleep and ideas. While some uses of this idea like in conversation are bad, it's also how to know just what the most important motif the boss or devil may try, and so lends you more methods of the Good Side and Bad Side of ideas or "ways of disarming verbal attacks", another ancient definition of rhetoric. By some research beforehand in the good side and bad side of life's store then I otherwise would have (especially when combined with the other motifs) I find often more the meaning of life. In research of problems and solutions, learning just the bad is no solution, what it is and what you hope to achieve is what's of real value. Yet another definition of rhetoric by the ancients is the art of making the most use of your available resources, so knowing this trick is one of import, because research shows it dramatically helps at times with easier woes and usually reduces inefficiency at least some in more strenous scenes and may make you more a hero of rhyme. A good use of rhetoric is finding what the good words are for what's around us, a good place to look for good words (euphemisms) since they are best for health is in the yellow pages under each type of biz or on the web, a thesaurus is good because you can find the general good words and antonyms. Name calling is considered the easiest form of rhetoric. If a bad word is said about bad luck that hour or whatever by the boss or whoever, to find a Substitute word and add in a minus sign of contradiction of the two motifs being combined, the good motif more than the bad and then make a rediculous association out of the Word, and my answer more on the good side. If you have a systematic way to learn about the Good Side like the Comedy Machine it can be of real import because when people try to give you a bad day, often the essence of what they're trying to do is leave you without a good side of what you have to say. So the three levels of this type of defence are the Substitute Words, the denial and the rediculous comedy on the good side. I think about the way it will be in the cash cosmos, and sing a heroes song of triumph for all hours. This method is just one of the method, it can be much improved and evolved over the years by authorship and study of the Comedy Machine and all these motifs. This involves contradiction so use it with care about the Good and Bad Side, in truth because it's more unpredictable the other method of pun + YG +joke about it as above is better, even so this is another trick of worth for more advanced comedy in life when or if in need of another motif...

-Examples of this more advanced method than just rhetoric; Someone says some are blimps, (even though actually I'm a Van!). My reply, "Some in no way (denial) caused pollution (Word for blimp). Each year they save enough office paper away to make a wall 12 ft high from New York to Los Angeles. I know realtors don't do this because with the cyber web most can save 57 times faster than when they type!"

-Or, Some woman says let's have a celebration, find me, I'm cute. And someone else says even with my usual visual looks- Ooh No! My reply, "Wine is of no usual nose! No wine jug has gone up in the airship and breathed out a 300 mph burp!"


-The other main motif of import I've found is by finding the good side of what's up and making a good suprise out of it-this is the essence of comedy- not just a suprise. If you jumped off a cliff it wouldn't be a good laugh, a suprise but not a good one. This is why they say comics and comediannes in the biz are naturally moral and the worth of knowing the good side of conversations and at least some about the bad side. Suprises on the good side that are not so unusual your audience won't accept it but unusual enough that it creates contradiction is important.
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..It's good to continually add jokes in the Recent Documents Tab because it creates more change. The definition of behaviour in evolution that's most of worth is behaviour which creates real change, just rearranging the same jokes even if with brilliance is not as powerful as adding more life. Since machines historically have been what change life the most I make up comics about machines I've read about in my Popular Science (they lost a lot of money and got a good editor in more recent times). Any important part of life can be used for the comics, even death on shows like "The Munsters"
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The great A does not =A method has many subgenres, e.g. reversals of intent, like when you see all the persons at the horse show and they say, "I know you're rich, but what are we!", reversals from abstract to concrete like what aristotle believed about mortar, reversals out of time like in Shakespeare's play Julius Ceasar where the clock struck twelve, and there were no ancient clocks that were, so ancient! The Society for Creative Anachronisms is a cultural group that dwells in this type of history like a real kung fu shield found in the dungeon of the motel, you know it's real because it says, Maid in Japan!"
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..Another good source of life to make comedy out of is magazines like Ripleys or the inspired memos of magazines like Bits and Pieces, the Magazine that Motivates the World, history trivia, and so on. The two main ways of creativity are what I name the Tragic or "Drama" type of creativity, and The Comic or "Bringing On Of Good" theory of creativity. The way of Drama which seems more modern, is essentially of finding something controversial, and the author then argues their way back to common life by way of many brilliant saves, this is a power theme of creativity. On the other hand the "Comic" causology may be better for most if talking to the boss since "The Bringing On of Good" has less risk of error, if you're just learning how you really "can't afford" so much rhetoric on both the good and bad side of life, the good side is better because you'll often have enough bad already as for most of us not being the boss.
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..It's great to just deny all there is that's bad and triumph, and John Lennon said, "There are no problems only solutions". Knowlege helps. What a Judo genius learns is not about the bad problems, rather the bad converted to more productive living if necessary. There are those who note that creativity is about brightness and that there might be some genes involved in intelligence if we are unlike other life in evolution and aren't the same, "Surely something must be inherited.." they say. If what we're given is often not easy to live through, life is more like Christmas than March, and though we may have extra burdens to solve it's worthwhile to believe we shouldn't want them. If inheritance is no better than life, we're allowed to know what problems are sometimes to solve them but a 747 operates more by lift than downward force and wisdom is what the wise make use of not have to use more wisdom than they have. Thus I learn tricks like word exercises and while just being good and alive and giving thanks are perhaps better than anything else, people who know good words well often have an advantage like those who know judo but only if they use their knowlege wisely and in moderation. I learn rhetoric because I must but no more than I need, only mostly reading the Machine for this as the loops are in my conversations to hopefully learn with each cycle of problem and solution and of course just for general, comedy, math, music, and so on. Rhetoric is the more advanced trick and not as important as the foundation of puns and general cheer, wards off wampires! Even so rhetoric can turn the tide in your favor where you otherwise would fail. Learning about typical problems and solutions is what's called "common sense" by many whether it would seem better if we didn't have to learn how to solve problems others may try to cause or that arise from other causes. Above all, valor is doing what anyone would be proud of having done when it seems no one is watching, no rule is broken by learning about good and bad in this sense, and it has some extra value. but not as much as the labor of love that always will win, some say.
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..How to find the good motifs? Consider great poetry, which has a major element of randomness, but not just any randomness, randomness that stops no Canon of Cushions being fired in the housewear store! Here's how you can use the 3 motifs of the Comedy Machine, Substitute Words, Contradictions, and The Good and Bad Side to become good at improvisation too when the book is resting up; randomness is the key all life is in motion. Where do you get randomness? One good way (when I write say a mamma memo) is to just read the words in rewind already up on the memo, find the best, then use them by way of these three Comedy Machine methods to create change. This is of worth for any type of creativity. When you play the guitar if you pick unpreductable moves that violate no rules, and then use wild links and refinements thereof, your songs are much more live, so too for other types of creativity. So to be brilliant at improvisation look for ways to find a source of randomness, like random retunes of some of the strings that sound good, link each memo to what's already there by way of these three motifs, pick another random note, and do the same. And you can use your own sounds to make randomness by thinking of ways to make them more complex, say you play the guitar with a regular rhythm and you want more randomness. If you can't play fast enough you might buy a higher speed cyber machine you can more easily make random moves with faster especially subrhythms, like faster 16th or 32nd notes. This is why Mozart is often so boring and good pop songs on the FM are not, or why Van Gough was so much greater than say Cezanne, he was using internal ways to create randomness that were by way of his combination of paint with line both, so to find more life in your creativity faster once you know "which way is up" like where the Good Side is and where the randomness goes (toward your Good Side, because evolution and science always went from more simple to complex via randomness, like inventions with more and more possible, and (most important) to more and more Good) I use smaller motifs like in drawing or faster motifs like in music of the same type but higher res. You may be blessed to find eventually that the problem is not in knowing how to add life to your creativity by these methods, rather you just can't do them fast enough, or at any rate once you know the Substitute Words, A is not A and The Good and Bad side, doing them at higher speed is of more worth. No doubt slow down if in doubt, but high speed is good when you're sure and when you must you must.

.Memory/creativity methods are a real hoot. You may have heard about how they've found the power of comedy is often life boosting, and you want more yocks, my advice is to read books to learn the motifs like this Comedy site (Click Here). Orben's early books and the Memory Book. Later I watched Hee Haw for years (CMT is revivifing the field!).
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(If you have to choose because of time limitations and so forth, jokes are more important than rhetoric, because rhetoric treats good and bad more the same, it's a more advanced method, I lived for many years without knowing what rhetoric was with lots of comics and I did well. If you have a real big payoff in how an event in your life turns out you may not have the option of look on both sides of the issue. Rhetoric is sort of the credit and comic motifs are the capital, credit is an advantage if you know what you're doing but higher ups like Barney the Boss will try just this, to make it so you don't know what you're getting. Even so in any healthy business some credit is of worth, and it's good to always know where the comical wiseyock you write in your Machine is headed to your good side, so at least some savvy about rhetoric to study once in a while at least I consider of worth).

These are the three main methods (plus the main rediculous association motifs listed in the Memory Book I think mine are more easy to achieve so I don't actually use the other motifs in the Memory Book often) of improving celebration and life in the book, Substitute Words via the book, the Good and Bad side (in moderation and how to find the Good side reliably) and Good Jokes. I once counted thirty methods in my Machine, these are the three of most worth. I list these motifs and the Comic Machine here because they are not in the Memory Book (I commend it, so you'll command it!) and are partially my own in a real sort of way, and they add a lot to the methods used in the Memory Book.
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I had a few revelations over the years of most import about how to learn how to learn as I learned 20 languages. At first I would just read and guess the pronunciation, you already know this for math, then I got some audios while I was down with the grip to pass the time awhile, my sister got them for me from the big city library where she lived then, this much sped up my learning cheap and fast. I had been using methods like pun rhyme and joke methods to learn, even if slow, till I realized I could also make up bogus etymologies or definitions of the words to remember them, e.g to remember Shoot for the Moon, even if you miss you'll be among the stars, it's Eintragfaden fur den Mont, selbst sin sie vermissen, huerin zee tsuu dayn sternen, or something like this in German, which means," To remember this I just say, Aim true far high and golden, alone (selbst or self) if thee far miss, you're herein zooming (among the) stars you're around in. Or like my sister the Spanish translator, to remember the word spinach in Spanish she breathed the word is binaca, binaca is green like spinach. This also works well for learning foreign words in your own language, which are much the same to your membrain, nitric, is NO, you know a trick when you know more tricks. In French the word's Je bourgeois, mean I need, "she bushwah", OAR-Ship of Shower, "I need" SOS! The important boost to the Memory Book method here is, you don't have to use a joke to remember the best necessarily, of the above, only the French maid was wild. The memory book holds that the more wild your idea is when you remember it best, but I disagree a bit after thousands of years because of the translation problem, if you're in the middle of the sentence and you have to remember something that doesn't have as much to do with what the other person is saying, it's out of context so you may lose more than by a more familir type memory method. No doubt comic methods are of real worth, even so metaphor is not to be ignored in life. In life science there were more of small changes, not fewer of big changes. Second it's often easier to make a memory method out of words the words remind you of already, so it's both faster to create and translate. I used the ridiculous methods since I was 15 and it got so with all the jokes I knew, it was just another random motif, comical yes, but tough to keep track of or remember in my Machine. An easier to make, surer but faster method to translate was the best, and with what jokes there were, no doubt, but this may be my best yet. As I say using the first letters of each word as spelled has this advantage, it will much improve memory, and link all the words together faster... This method is better than the ancient method of the Memory Book. I was writing the letters for words in my math index to try to remember what the two motifs of 15 4's and 12 fives have in common to speed up by linking the two. They both =60. I wrote 15 4's and 12 5's are 60 (both); F T F A T F A S B. When I would first write down my Letters to make the easy labor, I would notice it was always slow to start even though once I had read the letters for the words I would speed up and remember better than by any other method to learn stuff, a deep way to learn stuff I would have otherwise had no way to remember. The problem was it was tough to convert the letters to memory words, I was disoriented by the letters with each go round of letters to words. I tried ways to speed up like alternating more between the words of the sentence and the letters. Jokes didn't seem to even make much impact, while the LM was of worth. ..
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Finally just by labor of love to Betsy I found that reading what the letters remind me of and repeating these words each time I read the LM was a much more reliable way to speed up. The words link the letters even of random comics so you remember well! It was much easier to find the LM on the ream. The LM words don't have to be comic or even have meaning, but it helps, just random words you know will be enough for the basic method. In the above the letters F T F A T F A S B Reminded me of foot faith fessup, I was repeating these,and the joke was, If my wing tipped shoes rose to the afterlife! Then I asked, why exactly is the Memory Book number to letter method improved like say multiples of 17 for memorizing lots of numbers than this? No doubt the rhyme method is good with just the basic bits and bytes. And then I realized the ancient Memory Book was of no more worth than spelling the number acronyms because it doesn't have the awkward step of translation. Like the language method, or to learn anything verbal, you're comparing it to what you already know in smaller but more reliable steps. Spelling words with the first letters or first and second letters of each number is a more memorable way to math.
For example to remember the multiples of 17 from 17 5's to 10 (170) first write the numbers you want to memorize
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85, 102, 119, 136, 153, 170
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Step 2, write the first letters of the numbers; if, ozt, ont, ots, oft, os
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Step 3; I make up my words, if the East is onto the outside of my operating system, and then I use the numbers to convert the first part to remember to be in the general area and start from the start, 17 5's or toggle so the word is the same except for this; Toggle if the east is on the outside of your operating system.
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..When in doubt just spell the first letters of the words, if, ost, ont, and so on. To remember the Comic itself just write the Comic and the acronym T I T E I O T O O M O S And when you read it just say TIDY OUT was ALMOST! To make a comic here is too much the same and too tricky to know which words are which so I just recommend using the random words like TIDY here, not another comic from Tidy yet. You can alternate between the general TIDY sentence and the spelled out sentence when in doubt, you have the general and the sharp and you augment both more with ease. This will speed you up a lot for more numbers you remember well. Like the language method above it's easy to translate. This is important to the method because once you know how to speak a language (the most important first step by the sound) you learn more and more as you read it, like Spanish in stores, in a more gradual interactive method, if you're learning about saving money, you add more each go round without having to take time off with the number to letter methods like the Memory Book.. For another example to remember 17 10s on up to 17 15s (I learn in 5 number blocks for optimal worth); The numbers are 170, 187, 204, 221, 238, 255 os,oes, tof(our), tto, t30e, 255 The comic here is the ounce (os 170) is Always (oes 187) The offer (204) toutin (221) what is too true about your hat (238) at 2 times the 55 mph limit (255).. My comic here is, You're drivin a big jug of fizz up the superhighway, the blurbs twice as fast past you in relative motion as you go, "Don't lose this fizz!" the jug on your hat belches!
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.. While this third method is more interactive and easier to learn well, it has one problem about how the numbers are actually spelled; ... 0 and 1 could be spelled 0 and o, 2, 3, and 10 are spelled with t, 4 and 5 are spelled with f and 6 and 7 are spelled with s. When in doubt it's good to add the second letter of the word, zero is se, one is o (not 0), three is tr, 5 is fi or fee, 6 is si, and 7 is see. Numbers like 13 are "the drain" or what you may think up. And There's a real cool thing about this method! ..
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I'm a math comic and a general comic too, so I was writing jokes in my Comedy Machine and I noticed something of worth when I would write the usual letters for the words to unify them. They reminded me of more! For example I had written "my own" laugh; Why are there fewer accidents in the country even with rush hour and goats and tractors and hens? Nothing to hit, all they hit is room! ..
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I had underlined the first five letters to find the comic, WATFAITC, This reminded me of What Fii in Ithica NY, and then I just improved it to, If here we have What Fi, what do they have in Maui? Hula fi! Or, "Why go to sunny Florida?" Because it's better to go to shady Ohio or The Moonshine State!" The first letters are, WGTSF BNOCG Which reminded me of, Why go to sci fi? Binaca? Take me to your weeder! (The UFO would say this in the old Sci fi Cinemas).

And so on lots of comedy, only more good for your brain is a thousand hugs when you see your sweet wife, your blood pressure will be blessed! You can put all these comics in your own Comedy Machine you'll see how to make on the link in the Recent Comics ream and then link them by topic from the numbers where the puns for the important words you want to improve best, so you always have both recent memos and you can build them up over longer times like when the neighbors say something you want to improve and they may try to repeat it more than once. By Christmas yule be a comic! If you have lots of comics you can use them to solve problems better with more options. In the above examples I used jokes already in my Machine to find the first letters and the others. In order to remember the jokes by the LM, Letter Method you don't want to use the same letters twice, for both jokes, memorizing power can be important, and two jokes like this with much the same letters causes confusion. For this there's a simple method to solve, don't use your own jokes or any other memorization notes for this, to create more, instead I use random letters from words anywhere like in a book about math. For example I Opened my Health Volume where it says; Change your diet to ditch dermatitis; Food Labels CYDTDDFL A coat of doubt Fat. I've invented a coat to lose weight, I lost 50 lbs this month in the shade!
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TIP; when being creative, try to find the good side of what you want your words to be, as I say more about above. Second; Even if this random letter method of words to jokes is good you'll have some duds, we all have a bad side of something and with practice you may have more than two out of three good mots like me. If you have an error, have faith and go on so much heat you sweat loud in Christmas biz!

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Say you want to remember stuff in current events plus some jokes. Here's an example of the LM used with rather comic acronyms I use to remember this clip from the news;
..SOLVAY, N.Y. (AP) — A Syracuse-area man's 5000 for life cash winnings has gone up in smoke —literally. Kenneth Lamoree said he returned to his home in Solvay around 3:30 a.m. Tuesday after winning $3,200 at the Turning Stone casino in Verona. A little more than an hour later, a fire broke out in the two-family home he shares with his fiancee and their three children.

They and the family living downstairs escaped unharmed. Police evacuated residents of two neighboring houses as a precaution.
The house suffered extensive damage and its contents — including the wallet containing 3,200. Lamoree said he had planned to use the money to pay bills.
The fire's cause was under investigation........
My Comical Type Comments (good if your listener has already read the news! Otherwise with the web some of your thunder is stolen, memory is more valuable with the web these days..)..The roulette wheel was, so hot think of all he can buy with what he saved with more money to burn!..IF CASH GROWS ON TREES, MORE THAN GAMBLERS WILL STOP FOREST FIRES!..The trick I use is to find what the acronyms from the words in the sentence renmind me of about the words in a more comic way. You may say that in the example below all this writing is a lot, the good news is, in actual use of the LM I don't write them down other than just the the words and LM letters because they're a comic memory aid that remind me of both the comic and the clip, it's so good you won't need to write them down! (Even so for best results I recommend using an index AZ to store and always read the memo each day perhaps plus the letters, regular buildup and familarity is is important to make your memory improve as you wear the tracks in your neurons.) Also good for continuity and speed to remember. plus you're making more effort to be creative and remember good for your brain. This is just for illustration, as I say I don't actually write the comics from the LMs. consider;
A Syracuse-area man's 5000 for life cash winnings has gone up in smoke — along with his winnings, his 2000 for life flashing in front of his eyes..A S (A) M, A a syracuse area man's = A SAving Machine; F T F L C W 5000 for life cash winnings=FaiTh in a Fat Little Cow, the cow brings the cash each month, and moos on his wall!) H G U I S =Has gone up in smoke=Hocus Bogus=H G U S, Smoke and mirrors, like gambling. When he returned home with his cash, an hour later fire broke out burning down his house. W H R H W H C +Where how his Cash cow=When he returned home with his cash , A H L F B O B D H H=A HuLa FiB is BaDhh!(continued about this....)
Lamoree's wallet with his house winnings, which was now 3,200$, UH OH— are believed to have been destroyed. L W W H H W=LUAU=Too hot (like Hula fib above) W W N T T H D=Window hot (Money burning and zooms out the window)-A B T H B D=A Boat is Bad (not a yacht filled with cash at a great lawn sail!).
Here's my comic like the rest of this example, (I'm not serious) The roulette wheel was, so hot think of all, he can buy with, what he saved with more money to burn! T R W W=To row (not the Yactht, rather around and around the roulette wheel!)- S H T O A=Shout Ahh haleliughea, I'm Rich), H C B W=Hiccup (burp out the visa!) W H S W M M T B!=Why swim on TB when you can watch the swimwear station, not the washer channel! IF CASH GROWS ON TREES, MORE THAN GAMBLERS WILL STOP FOREST FIRES! I C G O T= A coat=If you find a cash bush with coats on the branches, hope the coat has hundreds in most pockets! M T G W S F F!=the Mighty CoW haS Faith, Holy Cow! Seen the price of beef? Cash, is what's for dinner!

Basically for each LM, which I write with the words of the clip, I repeat the comic that both reminds me of the words and the comic too. For example in the above many of the comics are about wealth, roulette, yatchts, and so on but often with higher memory resolution.i merely do reps of the comic with the words of the clip in easy to remember blocks of memory. Because the comedy is of worth in itself and so is the memo this tends to speed up your memory, not just a jumble of letters while your brain is real aware, rather much more celebration.
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Whatever our situation we always have to be what we must, and this has been the best method for me. These Memory Book augmentations may make an unforgettable life path boost to orbit for you, and have for me. Click Here for A review of the Memory Book, like history where they say, so what's old with you, and where you can buy a ream!






..On another site Click Here it says how much we know based on the Binet was up about twenty points overall in the whole of the 1900's and why they don't know why is what they want to be aware of! The main way out was that food we eat is better, the retort by the others is that food is worse with like high blood pressure and obesity. Research with higher learning shows the Dutch are the world's highest persons, much higher than they were at the start of the 1900's, and people have been rising higher over history. Better nutricion causes advances in health, and any major rise in height would be an important sign of hale and hearty bread and other chow. And since the brain has a physical basis improved brains might be a real sign of the same trend. The Dutch and other countries also had the rise in disease when processed food was sold in the 40's and the height of the Dutch was still ascendant. So the illness such as high blood pressure has not stopped the rise of our wisdom and perception if it's had no influence on height yet. In general the food is strong but it's decreasing somewhat in the lead. Eventually if we are learning lite about learning to eat, the illness caused by the fat and other problems with e.g. GE would show up because the food has gotten more ill, if this is the explanation. Other events like the addition of computers would have no strong causal link like chow if they were mostly of later 20th century origin and wouldn't have had any influence on most of the 1900's. It's been found your height when you're about 18 is linked to how rich you'll be in later life (short is higher in life thanks to how they've found fish oil improves high blood pressure by about 80 percent, almonds twice the worth and vitamin E another third, fiber by 40% and B Vitamins have 5x lower risk of heart attack ). The brain is a muscle, so height may also be a way of proving how bright you are (by general causology). If the rise in height and the addition of the brilliance were both caused by the health of no one rich eating at Wendy's or Ronald Mcdonalds or whatever, the higher levels in society of higher ups may also be caused by this also being causing them to be more smart, so it would be linked.. Better food, more height and smartness, wealth to find better food, and more height in a reinforcing round of higher height. Historically we've all been taller with the advantage of civilization and animals when given room and food like in the pleistocene .. Our mass is up they say because of evolution and one reason tall people are higher up in life seems to be because they are actually are more aware when up in the weather up there, and the weather station may bless the height challenged who need to stoop to walk through walls with gold auroras in life's great elevator!
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