CUSTOMER SERVICE IN 2021 USED TO MEAN “Hey sorry there’s a delay, but we’re in a pandemic as you know, so I know you’re not going any where any way. So chill. U get when u get.”
@GrantSSC COACH ON THE OTHER HAND PERSONALLY DRAFTS A MESSAGE 2 HIS CUSTOMERS 2
2. IDENTIFY THE PROBLEM - defect in coating
3. DESCRIBE OUTCOME of PROBLEM - stopped shipping, stopped coating, stopped delivering*
4. DESCRIBE MECHANISM OF PROBLEM - bubbles r caused by emissions from the machine operation lmao TALK ABOUT TEMPORAL EMERGENCE O SHIT LOL
5. (MY FAVORITE ONE) Tinker til problem is solved o look ‘tis better than ever. IF ONLY THERE WAS A NAME FOR BENEFITING FROM VARIATION INSTEAD OF BEING FUCKED BY IT - Not only was their process and art, COACH also tells his competition “if u wanna compete here” @jaffer_ali1
What is it about California that people _dont_ associate weed with crime? Is it cuz rich people do it?
Growing up we never thought of weed as criminal either. If someone said it was a drug we would correct them. Things like wax & hash & edibles we’d be like “_Thats_ a drug.”
On the flip side when people would argue AGAINST gateway drug Id be like... well I get what your saying—one does not smoke weed then crave PCP. But if 1 did crave PCP, or almost anything really, their dealer was the first point of contact. So yeah, mechanistically it did not
restructure your neurons to chase every hit of every substance you could ever want.
But if you wanted to buy a tiger, you could ask your dealer, and they could ask someone.
This is definitely a “problem,” as most people define one. Lmao.
The concept of circumscription has been so important for me these last 6-8 months—I don’t recall when this journey began. My mind SNAPPED at the thought of defining more and more relations to get a clearer picture of something via successive approximations
I didn’t know that’s what calculus was ACTUALLY trying to do either. My intro to math twitter was those riddles people would share, and I thought it was SO CRAZY that given these conditions (premise) here are things we can extrapolate. It’s like inference but ... responsible.
The power of geometry is innebriating. I can see how relations w/ shape can give the impression that we can understand the world THROUGH shape, provided we can properly define all the dimensions.