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Human Acting in General

- See Farquat in the morning.  I said I'd be watching Survivor tonight, and she called it "reserving the t.v." She is a normal human woman.  I need to work on my interpersonal relationships if I'm not going to be a millionaire.  Normal human people might be a bit weary of me for my lack of conspicuous emotion or reaction or Human Acting in general.  Farquat is full of expectations and scenarios on how others should act and react, and when they are not realized, it is a let down and hatred and aversion develop.

- The weather outside is still cloudless and mild.

7 comments:

C said...

John, I personally like your quirkiness, and if you ever become a millionaire, give me a shout :-)






John Dantzer said...

But then I wouldn't need to develop any interpersonal relations. I would be 'eccentric' instead 'crazy'.

C said...

Nothing wrong with being eccentric..My son is one of the most eccentric people I know hence one of the most interesting :-). His lack of human interpersonal relations stems from Aspergers...
But who says us neurotypicals are right...maybe their way of doing, thinking, seeing, feeling, communicating or not communicating is the right way.

Am I totally off topic here lol...my mind is wandering :-)

John Dantzer said...

It's just like genetic mutations. They are the cause of evolution.

C said...

Exactly. There is actually a good Ted Talk on this subject and how they are the brains of the future. My 13yr old is interested in Atoms, Neurons, String theory etc. He says school teaches you to be lazy and to not think for yourself. At that age, I didn't even know what an atom was.
He speaks the truth whether it hurts your feelings or not....he doesn't know how to lie. Sometimes I wonder what the hell I'm doing telling him to lie in order not to hurt someone's feelings ...Is that right or wrong??? I'm not so sure anymore.

John Dantzer said...

I don't know either. Well, you are British, so you would know most about good manners, I think. Haha.

C said...

Irish not British :-)