Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Discarded Policies

"Number 23. Slandering your enemies is overrated, sweetheart."

The exercise was to accumulate a current list of the lame formulas for life. Because of the quantity, most were abbreviated to keep the list manageable.

One argument is that until the mind discovers through a personal experience the consequences of a short-lived policy of dubious merit, a suitable pattern is not accessible for predictive recognition. Its the motivation piece, Prudence.

The fascination of a certain age group for games based on quickly encoded recognition suggests one or more that may have some very attractive qualities both to the gamer and to society. The basis is an aspiration to indirect, tangible and long-tern benefits.

NOTE: Some of the foregoing in this BuzzTheHill post is not fictional. Consider its appearance here as a public disclosure and as such, to the degree something novel and not obvious to those skilled in the art has been discussed herein, the specific intent was/is to put it in the PUBLIC DOMAIN.

© 2012 Buzz Hill

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