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The context of later experience

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Hey Guys—



As you guys know I am a fan of deep reading serious history, a fan

of great shows like Game of Thrones, and a fan of movies that hold
up over time.


Not only am I a fan of all of the above, I am a fan of re-reading,

and re-watching all of the above, not just after you read or watched
it the first time, but years later.


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When you revisit a book or movie or series that is truly great many

years later, you find you see and understand things you missed the
first time around.  The truth is, you couldn’t see them the first
time around because you didn’t have the context and life experience
to fully understand it then, but you may well now.


Also, the world moves on from the period when the book was written

or the movie shot, but the book or movie stays in that period.  
That gives you the opportunity to compare how you first perceived
with how you perceive it now.


A perfect example is the movie Blade Runner, based on the Philip K

Dick novel, “Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?” It was released
in 1982, and if you watch it, you can see all the 80’s costumes,
and re-experience the 80’s music—the group Vangelis wrote the score.
In one sense the movie is a period piece, but in another, it is
timeless.


It is, perhaps, more relevant today than when it was released because

technology HAS advanced to the point where people are interacting
with devices and machines that appear to have empathy, appear to
have human characteristics.  That was a far future in 1982, today
we are on the cusp of it, and that’s what makes Blade Runner such
a great movie today, perhaps even more so than when it was released.  
Clearly the new HBO Series West World has many elements of Blade
Runner in it.


While it is always important to read and watch new things, it is

just as important to develop a personal list of books, shows, movies,
etc. that you re-read and re-watch on a consistent basis, productions
that continue to deliver as you get older and gain more experience
in the world.


Keep in mind that the movie you first watched and the words you first

read haven’t changed a bit, but the world has, and you have.  That
allows you to take new meaning from static words and images, realizing
they are not so static after all.


Your mind is your greatest asset (especially with women), and if you

want to grow the value of that asset, you must not only read and
watch, you must re-read and re-watch.  New meanings from old
classics can open doors for you, you didn’t even know existed… but
have often been right in front of you the whole time. Now you can
see them and step through them.


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On with the fun,



-John Alanis

“The King of Let ‘em Come to You”


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them out of the fun!





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