|Emily AC: Multi-Talented Comedian||
So... here's advertisement: I need people that want to save the world to make content for a web site. Everything needs an underlying altruistic message... If it's a meme, video, blog post, music, whatever! It has to have a clearly definable moral to it.
You do it whenever you want, however you want, wherever you want... but you promote the site half an hour a day on facebook and twitter (and whatever else you use).
When people ask my plan I say it has two phases: first is psychological and the 2nd is socioeconomic. The first phase gains capital for phase two.
This gets usually one of two responses. One is shock/awe/curiosity and the other is disbelief and/or contempt. I rarely see the first type of response... but when I do I know I've stumbled upon a person that's highly intelligent that is completely aware of what is causing our world's issues. Women are more likely to consider it possible than men are, I find.
Men get tripped up on the aspect of winning more often than women, I find. In the realm of "world saving..." women are more likely to consider a completely free and practically effortless way to promote positive change--just for the fuck of doing so--whereas, the man looks at it more like a daunting task that requires a hero and a struggle and a massive war.
I blame testosterone for this. I've heard many men throughout my life explain that emotional women spoil themselves. I can't speak for all women; but I've noticed anger and arrogance to be a particularly distasteful addition to the male's design. I'm sure it was more useful back when humans were in the wild and men were needed for hunting.
Luckily--not all men are seemingly flawed in this way. Some men feel all emotions strongly and, therefore, are able to look at the world from other perspectives strongly. My favorite response from me spilling that I had what I considered a viable method to save the world came from a man: "Tell me your idea! Because I've come up with a way, too!" That guy made me excited. That guy gets it.
What the fuck? You're encouraging a potential rival to scoop you on saving the world, Emily? Yes. In the case of saving the world--everyone wins. Of course I don't care who really starts it... Besides--it involves family risk and that guy hadn't started his family, yet.
Here's my irritation with the on-the-fencers: What do you care if it works or not? Aren't you happy about PERSONALLY addressing the problem? Are you afraid of looking like a fool? Don't people call you names like that for lesser, more petty things, anyway?
It seems like everyone's stuck on inevitable failure--don't be. If it doesn't work... try a new method. I'm not the only one that has a plan. Other people just don't say so out of fear of ridicule. I, on the other hand, don't care.
The people that I'm looking for will hear my proposal (written above) and they will come to me. WHY? Because they really care about this particular subject and already have a decent understanding of psychology on top of being very financially literate.
If the proposal results in disbelief or contempt--I know to recant the offer and move on, immediately. Here's why...
I want to get this shit started. I figure I'll need roughly a team of a dozen. It doesn't matter what their skill sets are. So long as they understand that everyone in the world can be helped/saved, no matter who they are--and as long as they understand that, indeed, there are rich people that are working deliberately to harm all of us--and as long as they are willing to devote half an hour a day for social media promotion... we'll get this churning in a jiff because this is a political movement.
I'll give them the tools they need to effectively promote. They never spend a penny, if they don't wish to (some people might make videos that require materials).
Some people that give me disbelief are wishing to be swayed. Fuck that. You shouldn't need to be swayed on this. They think the issue is complicated--it's not. The game is elaborate; the rouse, itself. The answer is simple.
Some people can't handle an easy answer. You over-simplify, they say. NO--you agonize over the why instead of the how or what. As a good test-taker I learned that my first answer is usually right, my second-guess is always wrong.
So when I ask myself, "How is the world decaying?" I immediately answer, "Human waste." Then I ask, "Why don't we get rid of the waste and try to stop producing it?" My only answer is, "Because there's a higher profit margin for wasteful products." Then when I ask, "What difference does that make if legions of people die every year... as well as other creatures on earth and plants?" My only answer can be, "Certain rich and powerful people don't care about others dying. Some rich and powerful actually like the suffering of others."
Just because you don't understand a simple answer in all of this--it doesn't make me wrong, bad, or stupid. It means I figured out something you didn't. And just because my answer is easy... it doesn't mean it will happen rapidly. It also isn't a guarantee for success.
I don't guarantee success. I need to do beta testing. When it starts, people won't understand what it is and will become. In three words I will describe phase two: unlimited job creation.
If you are as smart as you brag about in the subjects of psychology and money; you should be more than intrigued. You should be encouraged.
If you doubt me--please understand that I don't care. Most people have always doubted me. My... whole... life... No--I'm used to it. Bored with it.
If you're going to sit there and lecture me on semantics and whatever the hell else you think is wrong with my proposal--YOU ARE NOT A GOOD FIT FOR MY TEAM AND I'm NOT INTERESTED IN YOU! It's that simple.
This is not me having a team of workaholic pricks that badger everyone about what assholes they are and how stupid they are for being sheep! This is me with a bunch of lazy smartasses that love all people and just want to have safe, happy, healthy fun!
Saving the world isn't a chore! It's a pleasure to ensure there is a tomorrow for the human race. and every other race. It's exciting to think of a world where everyone is allowed anywhere and everyone is intrigued by and wants to meet everyone else!
It makes my mouth water! A world where people do creative things just for fun... where you learn new things all the time for free... and suffering is little!
But I'm not going to work my ass off for a long shot--that makes the effort look desperate and then people only offer pity from time to time...
NO! I NEED EXCITED, INTELLIGENT PEOPLE ON MY SIDE. I know god damn we'll I'm not the only one aware of this problem and it's time we formed an alliance, folks!