Winning political arguments, recruiting someone to your cause, or effectively dealing with that obnoxious debate adversary, all come down to … Read More “So Much Winning: The Fundamentals of Persuasion”
When the email notification popped up, I knew it wasn’t good. But somehow the bad news got overshadowed by my reaction to it.
In this excerpt from a livestream, I encourage you to experiment with my WinSome method of political dialog, rather than the current debate/defeat/destroy method encouraged by pundits and politicians.
We took the door to the right of the screen followed the open wooden staircase to the basement. A monstrosity of an antique furnace sat in the middle. An orange glow reflected off the nearby wall.
Almost anyone can do it.
The Escalade driver seems oblivious to the red light — coming fast toward me in his black metal house on wheels heads.
My parents ran away from home when I was quite young. My maternal grandfather took us in — four boys under age six.
When you learn new things, your brain makes new neural connections. It’s kind of like making new brain. I’m 60 … Read More “How to Make More Brain, and Have Fun Doing It”
The “adventurers” might make money, so they could buy nice things for their plush homes. The “settlers” might remain alive, far, far from home.
The Piping Hot Plate of Mac & Cheese Slid Down Toward My Lap: But What Happened Next I’ll Treasure Forever
Mouths agape, they stare at me in silence. In the world of high school kids, this is an unmitigated disaster.