Ubermensch Day #29: Ideal World
Polyphasic sleep: I slept for 8 hours. Before I sleep, I’m on the brink of
passing out. I cannot go to bed and lay around for 20 minutes, I think it’s a waste of time. Anyways – you get crazy vivid dreams when you pass out from exhaustion. Is it healthy thing to do? I’m not sure. Polyphasic sleep FAIL! Exercise:
Back day. Dead lifting 2 plates (225 lbs or 102 kgs) is impressive in a college gym. I like the feeling of lifting it up and putting it back down, feels like an act of God of some sort. Quickly marched back home before it got dark, because I do not want to get mug by thugs of African descent.
Much respect to anyone who puts time in the gym during the weekend, even to the Hindu bro who grabs the bar in the bench and starts curling. Then stands there for 10 minutes admiring his lanky frame, before doing shoulder shrugs. Reading:
Read 30 pages of “It’s not about the bike” by Neil Armstrong. (200/210 pages). Finally he stops talking about his wife and now he’s talking about the mental stamina – the Tour De France race, how most of it his mental rather then physical. Sounds a bit strange, considering the bike race revolves a bunch of grown men racing around but it’s 99 percent mental game.
In his book, he talk training hard. He rides his bike 6-7 hours a day. He rides when it’s raining. He rides when it’s hot and humid. He rides at night. He rides in the morning. He is a riding machine. And that’s how he won 7 Tour De France titles, the mental endurance. Goes back to the old adage, “Genius is 1 percent inspiration, 99 perspiration” (Tomas Edison)
According to Amazon, the book is 304 pages long, every 3 “pages” on the e-reader counts as 1 page. I guess it’s the error from converting a PDF into a .epub format – but hey, I don’t care, pirate books, all day, every day. Learning foreign language:
Learning Korean is getting more and more fun, because I can actually form sentences how. “Hey how are you? Nice to meet you. My name is ___________. Damn you’re cute! Would you like to ♥♥♥♥? Pretty please.”
Nov 20 2011
I’m hungry – Beh Go Pah
I’m sleepy – Jol Lyuh
I’m okay – Gwen chan na
I’m curious – Kun Kum Hey
I’m happy – Nah Heng Bok Hey
I’m excited – Shin Nan ta
Thanks – Go Ma Wo
I’m comfortable – Peel hey
Word of the day: knavery – ney-vun-ree noun Unprincipled, untrustworthy, or dishonest dealing; trickery.
I know this “internet friend”, who is a jazz musician. He was a starving musician, so he turned into Internet Marketing, and now he’s somewhat rolling in money. He makes passive income, plays jazz and ♥♥♥♥s his girlfriend. Living the dream!
A couple years ago, when I was a marketing n00b, he dispense this advice to me: “Think of a website as a stock profilo, the more websites you make, the more money you get!”
Really simple and retarded advice, but upon pondering on it, it really makes sense! I have a bunch of websites. Some make me $150 a year. Some make me $250 a year. My best one makes $2500-ish a year. All it takes is a $10 investment for domain name, and the rest is time/effort.
Why haven’t I been busting my balls making website? Because I was having fun in life, to be honest. Maybe too much fun. Time just flies. Conclusion? Make websites, make money. Daily Conclusion:
World recession. Overpopulation. Too many mouths to feed.
I have a partial solution to help people – first, it all starts with the values.
Most people (the working class, and some middle class) will live in these: 9 hours Capsule Hotel- A Monocle Report - YouTube
All they need in live is a laptop, and a cellphone. Instead of finding happiness in material things, they’ll find happiness through experiences – relationships and attaining knowledge.
Since they don’t buy many things, they’ll have money saved up for “retirement”. They can spend their days doing meaningful things, instead of today’s society ♥♥♥♥ tier entertainment – namely trash TV and trash sports.
Most people, deep down, want to be good. They really do. But the system ♥♥♥♥s them over. Only if they had the courage to pave a new road for themselves, instead of the standard life script: school -> college -> job -> house, wife, and 2 kids, retire at 65 yrs old pattern.
The first step to get out of debt is STOP BUYING SO MUCH USELESS ♥♥♥♥. And live in a Japanese capsule.