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What happens when Tor Lowry travels to Colorado, New Mexico and Arkansas? All sorts of awesome, that's what!

In this episode, Tor Lowry provides a recap of his time spent with participant Bryan Bell in Colorado. Tor also begins working with three new participants from Arkansas - all great guys, determined and ready to reach that next level and all very passionate about pool! Tor's excited to help Justin Wray, Tony Lee Burch and Butch Jette reach or exceed their pool objectives!

A bonus in this episode is a 30 minute interview with a legendary cue maker and pool player who has many great stories of playing with pool legends we all know and admire! We'll be sharing more news about this great pool player; the many ways he will continue impacting the pool world and his legendary status as a cue maker!

Be prepared to watch three great guys from Arkansas make remarkable improvements in their pool games. Tor will put them on the right path and we'll all be excited to watch them continue their progress long after Tor leaves!

Watch for more exciting news about what's to come with the legendary cue maker/pool player in New Mexico! Who is it, you ask? Watch the video - you'll hear some awesome stories from a now 73 year old pool player who's still playing tournaments and has played with some of the greatest legends we all know!

'14 Days - The Great Pool Experiment' - Colorado - New Mexico - Arkansas

#14Days #PoolMonsters #Drive #Determination #CheerThemOn
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"The trouble with most of us is that we would rather be ruined by praise than saved by criticism." - Norman Vincent Peale

There's nothing wrong with accepting compliments and praise. But there is definitely a problem when you can't take honest criticism. It's not always easy, but it's important. 

Appreciate both the praise and the criticism for what they are. You will always be better for it. 

And with that I bid you goodnight from dustn.tv!

[side note: 7min while multitasking]

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The pessimist needs praise to survive, and the optimist survives on criticism. turn the rolls around, and you kill each of these characters in turn.
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What happens when Tor Lowry travels to Colorado, New Mexico and Arkansas? All sorts of awesome, that's what!

In this episode, Tor Lowry provides a recap of his time spent with participant Bryan Bell in Colorado. Tor also begins working with three new participants from Arkansas - all great guys, determined and ready to reach that next level and all very passionate about pool! Tor's excited to help Justin Wray, Tony Lee Burch and Butch Jette reach or exceed their pool objectives!

A bonus in this episode is a 30 minute interview with a legendary cue maker and pool player who has many great stories of playing with pool legends we all know and admire! We'll be sharing more news about this great pool player; the many ways he will continue impacting the pool world and his legendary status as a cue maker!

Be prepared to watch three great guys from Arkansas make remarkable improvements in their pool games. Tor will put them on the right path and we'll all be excited to watch them continue their progress long after Tor leaves!

Watch for more exciting news about what's to come with the legendary cue maker/pool player in New Mexico! Who is it, you ask? Watch the video - you'll hear some awesome stories from a now 73 year old pool player who's still playing tournaments and has played with some of the greatest legends we all know!

'14 Days - The Great Pool Experiment' - Colorado - New Mexico - Arkansas

#14Days #PoolMonsters #Drive #Determination #CheerThemOn
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Can't say I have tried this ...

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. . great Idea . . * . . :-)))
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Finding Neverland, Florida Keys
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Chasing Dreams...That is what this photo reminds me of. The dreams can be as silly as being young for ever, or sailing around the world or being a landscape photographer. If you dont chase your dreams you will never be able to CATCH them. :-)))

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This is a hand held shot from another sail boat while on sunset champagne cruise from Key West, Florida. I did use a circular polarizer to darken the sky and water and waited until the ship was under the clouds. You never know what you will get being a landscape photographer...sometimes you have stand in hail and ice water for 30 minutes to get a single shot and other times you just put your champagne class down and pick the camera to take the shot. :-)))

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Old Webster clearly defined biker as has riden a motorcycle and or bicycle so one perhaps may say potential biker in every dipper 
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What matters to us, is to materialize from immaterial belief to material reality, structure that is not only functional but good and true as well. Both at the group- and the personal level, the environment/other/reality should independently confirm belief, by successful verification and unsuccessful falsification, always attempting both, facilitated by the organism/self/belief to make sure it is still on track. This applies to all culture-historical content that is processed at all four or five levels of constructive recollection. Culture-history has shown us, that heaven and earth can be separated if we want to survive the trauma of death. Subject and object or belief and reality, can look for independent rational-, emotional- or compassionate confirmation and when they find it, treasure it as in the Old- and New Testaments. Philosophical Modernism has demonstrated that the categorical imperative "to act only according to that maxim whereby we can, at the same time, will that it should become a universal law" thus should guide our critique of true judgment. Therefore, philosophical Post-Modernism is not what matters to us, and only hijacked Modernism to hold on to the bad and the very bad: cronyism instead of compassion, confusing the two.

Feeling strong or weak may be determined by the extent to which the organism/self/belief is being independently confirmed or verified, and not falsified, by the environment/other/reality. When content cannot be processed by form, the latter feels inadequate and useless. Constructive recollection cannot take place or go to the next stage. However, this may be caused by content itself and not by form, especially when weakness has led people into power and politics, where cronyism and prejudice keep them from the weakest place of all: to be excommunicated and homeless. Culture-historical content like this can only be processed by form in a similar situation or where "breaking bad" is allowed to progress. While looking for independent confirmation, intrinsic motivation should not be hijacked by extrinsic motivation of dependently confirming- or independently rejecting others, fearing dependent rejection oneself. Cronyism may feel a lot like ethics and prejudice may feel a lot like truth however they are not the same. Normativity in extrinsic motivation, like in politics, turns out to be of the elite, by the elite and for the elite instead of the people (cf Gilens & Page 2014), and should include this truth and ethics to avoid unbalanced growth.

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Constructive Recollection - Finding Truth in Science, Justice and Journalism.
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Constructive recollection is a systematic retake of philosophical Modernism, which is mainly characterized by "duality of origin" (Bergson 1932) as is central to Christianity in the separation of body and mind, which was studied scientifically for the first time in the 17th century (Descartes 1644) and articulated best in the 18th century (Kant 1781-1793). The two sources are presumed to be what-is-sensed (Kant: sensibility) and knowing (Kant: understanding) and both sources are presumed to coordinately reflect themselves, as sensing by what-is-sensed and as what-is-known by knowing. Source and reflection on both sides of the duality are then supposed to seek independent confirmation, in validation and non-falsification. If and when independent confirmation happens, the content and form on each side of the duality transform and reach a next stage in their four stage development. At the final stage, internal processing may turn into external, socially interactive processing. Internal and external normativity are controlled by intrinsic motivation generated by truth that was indicated by independent confirmation. Limitations and threats to the system are posed by Postmodernism and uniting body and mind in monism. Internal or external normativity is controlled by extrinsic motivation generated by power that was exerted in dependent rejection (the opposite of independent confirmation). - See more at: http://www.crpa.co
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