Category: captain walker
The following I’ve been told about ‘everybody’. Everybody: Needs somebody. Needs friends and confidants. Gets sick at some point. Is born and dies. Has good in their hearts. Is capable of evil. Breaths air, sleeps, eats, drinks water, and goes to the toilet. Has brains. Is free to do whatRead More
Things will work themselves out – I’m told
This week was amazing! I met a really intelligent person, who reminded me of myself when I was much younger. In the course of our conversations, we identified some challenges or things that need to be resolved in their work-life interface. All inferences made about my relationship to this personRead More
The meaning of prediction
In this post I explore several things related to the meaning of prediction. I explore patterns in relation to trends. It is important to define what people take prediction to mean and what I mean by prediction. I’m so totally uninterested in what Google or some guru out there thinksRead More
Super-patterns: The ultimate problem of programming
I’m going deeper – and this is a difficult one to put into words. What is programming? Well, people might immediately think of ‘computers‘. After all, computers work on sets of instructions. But this post is about the human being, which is far more complicated than any computer! People areRead More
Who is Jordan Peterson – or anybody else?
Jordan Peterson shot into international fame recently, in the last two years especially. So now ‘everybody’ is asking, “Who is Jordan Peterson?” If you (whoever you may be) thinks this post is gonna tell you, then you might as well leap off a cliff right now. I’m more concerned withRead More
Is justification the root of all evil?
Justification according the Oxford Dictionary means: “The action of showing something to be right or reasonable.” Obama Law GIF from Obama GIFs I’ll start from a position where people know what is ‘right’ from ‘wrong’ – on any particular thing, not necessarily legally wrong. Let me take ‘interpersonal violence’ asRead More
What people thought – the last year.
In the last year I’ve had two most-trusted people reveal contact details for me to third parties without my prior consent. How did this happen: Person A: “thought” that I wouldn’t mind as person X was so trusted by them, a professional and a trustworthy person. Person B: “thought” thatRead More