Be Forewarned, I am a Fey and Quixotic Creative Writer

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Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Psychological Dominance Games Coffee vs Espresso/Hat vs Cap

Psychological dominance games.  I recall my mother in law being corrected once.  She used the term "cap".  Her grown child sneered, "You mean hat?"  As though the use of a more current term for the item made the user somewhat superior.  The person who described a head covering with the word hat was somehow a supreme human.

If the correction toward the other person (subject) is spoken with a certain tone of voice it makes it a more powerful attack on the subject.  Supposedly people rely on social mirroring to define themselves.  If a Supreme Psychological Terminology Being is holding up the mirror, a subject might feel "LESS THAN"...That is the goal of the SPTB.

I talked of coffee, with family a few months back.  I use a Moki pot to make my coffee.  Someone in my family corrected me.  "Oh, you are making Espresso."  Actually, the Supreme Psychological Terminology Being was wrong, "One must use Espresso Roast beans to make Espresso.  I only make "coffee" in a Moki pot.

I see a mathematical problem approaching....Espresso is a subset or a type of coffee.  Espresso is coffee.  Even if I had used Espresso Roast, in my Moki pot, my words, "I use a Moki Pot to make coffee," not a false statement.

Espresso and Cappuccino are both types of COFFEE.

A cap is a type of HAT.  A cap can specifically refer to a certain style, such as a child's baseball cap.

Does you use auto-correct towards other people when defining objects or foods?  Perhaps you have been programmed to do so.  You might be programmed with a psychological dominance pattern towards others.  If so you need to break free as it is not in your best interest.  Darwin proposed survival of the fittest....But a person who considers others people to be dominated is not a person of good character.  Are people of bad character more fit?  Fit for what?  Fit for war?  Is war what humans were put here on Earth  for?  If so they .....might be better off on Mars, the war planet.  Or perhaps we could send the computer program to man the Mission to Mars...Yes!  That is it!  Eureka!  I got it!

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