Welcome to the Robert Walker data export, Version 1000.0.
*Really Bobster (Robert Walker, Bobby Walker).
Someone was asking me about the constitutional settlement in the UK, and I had to correct myself fives times by saying “the monarch” instead of “the Queen”. My mind just didn’t want to use the new words. Kim Jong-un has a 100% approval rating by his adoring serfs. The Kremlin…Keep reading
Beliefs control people. It takes kindness and bravery to drop an interpretation that is used for cruelty. Any person can do a lot of good. Instead, most energy is spent spinning from the algorithm operating on you. Imagine a world where people live for hundreds of years, still living day-to-day…Keep reading
If there were a simulation, instead of being just one character, how about being eight billion simultaneously? Your consciousness would constantly alternate between every person in an infinitesimally small period of time, giving you the illusion that you are in the same individual continuously. Each person would have different memories,…Keep reading
To be ultra-confident you can either be a deranged narcissist or you can be yourself completely. The former is fragile, needing lies and selfishness to delay its inevitable demise; the latter invites a playful, open curiosity to life and what is. There is no desire to convince others that you…Keep reading
I tried work once, but I prefer cake, selfies and sunsets. Your mental state affects your physicality. It’s also true the other way round. An interpretation of Human World is that Guy/John is mentally ill and is projecting the thoughts of his split personalities on his interpretation of events. It…Keep reading
A journey of a thousand lines of code begins with a single import statement. Deserts are giant sun mines. Negative generalisations about a person based on demographics is bigotry. Thinking out loud… Legislature: Lower Chamber: 1,000 randomly selected people, each serving 1 month over staggered terms. Each vote by secret…Keep reading
Anything creative is therapeutic to me, even if it is just some simple words like these. These are both acting and writing requirements: Describe the scene in detail. What is he seeing, hearing, smelling, tasting, touching. What is he thinking? What is his emotional state? What does he want? What…Keep reading
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