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A man saves the day by smothering a fire with his aunt’s big panties.

John Marsey and his cousin Darren Lines were cooking when the food caught fire.

Quick-thinking Lines grabbed his aunt’s big knickers from the laundry pile and soaked them with water then threw them over the flames according to Britain’s Cleveland Fire Brigade.

Lines saved the kitchen — but his aunt’s drawers were scorched.

The Written Word sinks into the subconscious quicker!

One of the simplest, cheapest and most time-saving methods of reprogramming your subconscious mind is to physically write out your goals.

Why? Because your subconscious mind is programmed through Repetition.

Most people don’t benefit much from books because they read and forget. They hardly practice what they’ve learnt, so most of the information stop at the conscious level.

Slowly, easily and surely, the information will sink into your subconscious and you will begin to think, act and achieve

So Keep On Going Forward Reaching For Your Goal

So Why Not Change Your Attitude And Enjoy A New Way Of Living?

"To be playful is not to be trivial or frivolous, or to act as if nothing of consequence will happen. On the contrary, when we are playful with one another, we relate as free persons, and the relationship is open to surprise

EVERYTHING that happens is of consequence, for seriousness is a dread of the unpredictable outcome of open possibility.

To be serious is to press for a specified conclusion.
To be playful is to allow for unlimited possibility." -- James Carse

To be playful is to allow for possibility whatever the cost to oneself

There are at least two kinds of games.
One could be called finite, the other infinite.

The finite game is played for the purpose of winning,
an infinite game for the purpose of continuing the play,
...and bringing as many persons as possible into the play.

Finite players play within boundaries;
infinite players play with boundaries.
In the study, more than 1,800 smokers and former smokers described their last attempt to quit smoking. More than half said they had made an instant decision to try to quit smoking without planning ahead.

Unplanned attempts to quit smoking were more successful than planned attempts. That is, those smokers were more likely to quit smoking for at least six months.

The study, published in BMJ Online First, comes from researchers including Robert West, PhD, a professor of health psychology at University College London.

Nicotine-replacement therapy and counseling should be immediately available to people who make unplanned attempts to quit smoking, write West and colleagues.

Just over one in five U.S. adults are smokers, according to the CDC. Smoking has been declining in America for more than a decade. Most smokers make several attempts before quitting for good.
Quitters' State of Mind

The researchers don't knock planned attempts to quit smoking. Planning ahead can help line up counseling, support, and nicotine-replacement therapy, which can help kick the habit, write West and colleagues.

Instead, they focused on the smoker's frame of mind. Here's how their theory works.

The smokers knew that quitting smoking would be a good idea, and it becomes harder for them to ignore that fact. Eventually, they hit a tipping point and decide to make a serious attempt to stop smoking, ready or not.

Imagine a rubber band that stretches farther and farther, suddenly snapping after one last little stretch. The rubber band represents smokers' growing tension about quitting smoking ("motivational tension," as West calls it). The rubber band's tiny, final stretch is their trigger to quit.
You stained our fingers

Ruined our lungs...

We value you as...Camel dung


Posted by jonescarp.aka.dale.Jan_2007 Apr 11, 2009
I hope no one slipped while I was gone


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