Life is Happening - comment 56605

Navigator says ...
@seth and I decided 3 levels is enough, otherwise it get’s cluttered.

A better thing to do is take the comment with the relevant stimulus and fork it. That’s cleaner, still keeps everything connected, and doesn’t create huge piles of sometimes hopelessly intermixed contexts.  
KEWL! We now can have piles of links instead of piles of words! null If it is deep enough we can munge away the entire train of thought. Rwg will assist in getting lost on irrelevant side trips! null

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Si says
… and one more thing forking does is put the new thought in your own space if you do not have curation control where the original thought exists. This is nice when there are others around constantly hiding things people say about stuff … it allows you to take control of the continuing dialog at a point where you have become interested. 

Seth says
i think forking is a great new step and capability in the development of this mind space here nullnull

i must admit, i did not see it coming null … null

Si says

Si says
Piles of links instead of piles of words sounds like a good thing if there are going to be piles. Munging away the original sounds good too … that sounds a lot like learning and growing … i.e. evolving to a better understanding.

Rwg seems to be your thing @mark. You bait it, coerce others into it, and even do it on your own with yourself when all else fails. I don’t see it much elsewhere dude. Not related.  

Mark de LA says
& you use it masked under a sweet slime of denial. null

Si says

Si says
I do what it takes to stay in the vibrational vicinity you are in so that we can converse.  

Tony Robbins calls it Rapport. You call it whatever you like.   

Mark de LA says
I don’t think TR taught antagonize & psychoanalyze whom you are conversing with. Most of what you say is the opposite of attraction for me.