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What is the easiest psychological trick you can play on someone? : I use this trick all the time when someone yells at me on the phone: Be completely silent. Don't ignore them. Talk to them when they talk to you. But when they are talking to you, don't say anything. Be absolutely silent. No "mmm", no "Uh-huh". Nothing, don't give them subconscious comments. Human beings naturally try to get feedback from each other in a conversation - the other person will start to feel that something is wr
Aye guys, what are your most memorable memories on a train? : I just saw this post on trains realised I have never been on a moving one. So sad. As a kid, my dad would take me to this stationary one pale Railways that was converted to a restaurant. Funnily enough this place holds the only memories of the younger me and my dad that remain clear as day. I don't know why but we always ate fish and they were huuuuge. Kwanza you'd go choose them before the chef went abracadabra on them. I've always t
Would you be interested in a solar farm/start up? : There's lots of dirt cheap land(~$1000/acre) in the country.Land that can't be farmed,that is or land that requires a lot of initial capital to be turned in something that can be farmed.Place like these are:sizeable parts of Narok and Bomet counties. Lands like these can be turned into solar farms.Lots of sunshine along the equator all year round.Think of the sexy watts that could be generated if these lands were to be paneled.KPLC is a prospec
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