Sade Part 2 Professionals and Dignity

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Sade Part 2 Professionals and Dignity Commentary.

This is Part 2 for the special week for Twitch Live broadcast. Did you happen to see and share it?
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Coffee Warming The Bones Part 2

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Coffee Warming The Bones Part 2 of 4 is an interesting understanding on why we love coffee so much! Do you have a favorite brand? Are you willing to try something new?
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Coffee Warming The Bones Part 1

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Coffee Warming The Bones Part 1 of 4 is an interesting understanding on why we love coffee so much! Do you have a favorite brand? Are you willing to try something new?
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Star Trek Tasted Armageddon

This is from A Child’s Vision in Star Trek on Booknet .

From my journal and insight, I figured it would be of interest to you Perceptive Readers to know about this Star Trek Episode A Taste of Armageddon

When there is a desire to have peaceful co-existence with nature and animals, people come up with a lot of ideas. Have you seen the habitats and sanctuaries built for animals? You certainly have heard of them.

What about in your home and garden grounds? A nicely painted house for the birds. They sing thank you when they leave your home for the winter and return in the spring. Your domesticated dog, and I say this loosely, cat; have comfortable beds in the house or a doghouse in the backyard… Don’t forget their foam mattress for them. We talked about the animals quite a bit here; yet, what about your paintings, pictures, writings, and culture that should never be lost? Your memorabilia from many generations past are all placed nicely in the showcase area for family and friends to see!

When new people arrive it is a museum of sorts that causes them to never forget such an experience!

In the Star Trek episode A Taste of Armageddon, the leaders, scholars, and intellectuals came up with a way to preserve the history, environment, buildings, and culture during times of war. They felt it worked so well that the decisions made to implement such a profoundly obscure view between humanoid life and buildings lasted for hundreds of years.

This is AI and computerize simulation statistics going awry on such a level that the people in these civilized worlds put strong faith in their technology, while human ethical reasoning was lost over the centuries in this decision made law.

Captain Kirk was even considered to be a barbarian for raising the value of human life and how it needs to be factored in as a strong deterrent for fighting wars in the first place.

The way they were going about the solution to maintaining a solely peaceful environmental atmosphere was greatly unbalanced, and the barbarian Captain Kirk recognized this.

In other words, the people in this civilization valued an expensive painting, transportation systems, buildings, more than the humans that created these items and structures.

Human life was acceptable to lose but not these things.

You will notice how Captain Kirk and his whole crew were triangulated right in the middle of it all. What do you think about how he took care of the dilemma? Do you feel it was a decision that you could have come to terms with as well; hypothetically speaking?

To say the least, notice the arguments both sides were making, see if you would have been on Captain Kirk’s line of reasoning or the administrator of this planet they were sent to set up a peaceful relationship?

Writers and Directors of Note for this episode: Robert Hamner & Gene Roddenberry

Sage Notes Just a Questioning Thought

Doesn’t it seem strange to you that people will say: Nobody cares about you or your problems, and a large percentage glad it’s you…

Then they may turn around and start talking about world peace and unity?

How can you even bring about such things when in general (everyday life with your neighbor) people say don’t complain to me?- Sage

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Is There Science on Prolonged wearing Mask hazard Video

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Journal Childs Vision in Star Trek Video

There are many recreation aspects to the matters that stimulate our hearts and minds in this earthly plane. In this video we discuss StarTrek and commentaries about it. You can rumble and share it here

A Childs Vision In Star Trek

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A Childs Vision Perceptive Readers In Star Trek. There are many recreation aspects to the matters that stimulate our hearts and minds in this earthly plane

His Love For His Children and Growth

A commentary interview reaction to what it takes to attain a wholeness in maturity and grow. Interesting conversation indeed.

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The Twitter Mute Button

From the 2015 archives The Twitter Mute Button What does it really Say

On May 12, 2014, Product Manager Paul Rosania posted “Another Way to edit your Twitter experience: with mute”
I have a few thoughts on the announcement shown below.
Paul Rosania stated
“Today we’re beginning to introduce a new account feature called mute to people who use our iPhone and Android apps and twitter.com. Mute gives you even more control over the content you see on Twitter by letting you remove a user’s content from key parts of your Twitter experience.”
I, James, state
By using the words introduce, feature, more control, and Twitter experience it gives the impression it is certainly needed. In the next paragraph I come to the conclusion of why it was introduced, and IMHO it is more than what is stated in the paragraph. Read on.
Paul Rosania stated further 
In the same way you can turn on device notifications so you never miss a Tweet from your favorite users, you can now mute users you’d like to hear from less. Muting a user on Twitter means their Tweets and Retweets will no longer be visible in your home timeline, and you will no longer receive push or SMS notifications from that user. The muted user will still be able to favorite, reply to and retweet your Tweets; you just won’t see any of that activity in your timeline. The muted user will not know that you’ve muted him/her, and of course you can unmute at any time.
James stats further
What Paul stated in a nutshell, all be it an upbeat manner, is you can keep the muted person following you in addition to seeing your Twitter messages while you ignore their messages.

“Why not just unfollow them,” I quipped to myself? Then the following thoughts came to me.
● Twitter is now an IPO \ stock market commodity. It’s a numbers game more than ever.
● Maybe we can help stop people from unfollowing one another. One Twitter app user can have thousands of people they follow, this in return has a reciprocation effect, but in reality the user is only viewing a few hundred of its followers’ Twitter messages in his or her time feed line.
● Some may say, “I don’t want to be rude or hurt the person’s feelings for unfollowing them.
To each his\her own, however, here is something to think about.
How do you feel when someone wastes your time?
Are you a person who would appreciate having a person be straight with you?
For the teenage readers here, a word to the wise; social media is a tool of communication, however, muting a person with no intention to ever unmute them is in some mature circles rude or inconsiderate. This is what I think will happen in the short and long run with this mute feature. People will set it and forget it.
FYI – The Twitter Private and Public Lists feature is one way to focus on a core group of people. Periodically as you happen to view your Twitter timeline you can add and take away from the list
I wonder if someone will create an app that will inform you possibly of being muted and by who?
As for me, I desire for people to feel free to unfollow me knowing I will move on to the next person of interest. Because the several hundred I am following now know that if I greet them in peace, then it is only proper etiquette, professional and otherwise human relations to respond. This includes sporadically seeing my tweets in their time line. It is one thing to miss Twitter time line messages because no one can read them all in large numbers; it is another to not even give my Twitter message an opportunity to at least reach your eye’s attention.
So if ignored, thank you for at least making it obvious so I can now unfollow if I have no further interest either. This way I will not waste your valuable time and you will not waste mine. The mute button will provide a false hope in some people that a person they are interested in may catch a profound thought from them. Yet, in reality, they muted you 1 second after they followed you. As some young people can express with flare: “Yea, it’s all about the numbers baby!”
Inasmuch, if you like or don’t mind having a high number of follow\followers who some of them will not respond to a greeting and probably muting you in the same vein, then the instructions are provided below.
Instructions on how to use the Twitter Mute feature
To mute a user from a Tweet on your iOS or Android device or on Twitter for web, tap more and then mute @username. To mute someone from his/her profile page, tap the gear icon on the page and choose mute @username.