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Bad, Family, and Phone: 2 When my grandfather was young he owned a roadside motel, and my mother used to do work around the motel for the family. The building was old and they had bad pipes, so visits from the plumber were a fairly regular occurrence over there At one point they had a clogged toilet after a guest checked out, so they called the plumber to come and clean it out. The plumber came in with his bag of gear and set to work, but the clog was stubborn After a few tries, he decided he needed to get the snake I don't know if you've ever seen a serious plumbing snake, but the big ones are a sight to behold. This isn't a little crank auger, it's a full-on electrical powered snake with a big motor on the back and a little grabby claw on the end So he fires up the snake and sends the metal coil down into the pipes with the claw closed, figuring whatever's down there he'll just bump it a bit, push it down the pipes until it clears - but this doesn't happen either. Finally, in frustration, he twists the control to open the mechanical claw at the end of the coil, closes it on something, throws the motor in reverse and starts to pull it back up By now a couple of members of the staff have gathered in the room to try and tigure out what the hell got flushed down the toilet that this giant machine couldn't remove. The motor is really straining you know that sound an electric motor makes when it's working really hard? The whole machine is struggling to pull whatever this is back up through the pipes and into the roonm Finally, after an extended wait, the object is slowly dragged, sopping wet, out of the toilet bowl - and it's a shower curtain, The staff is dumbfounded. They're trying to figure out how this could have happened. It would be weird enough if the guest had ripped the shower curtain down and flushed it down the toilet, but the shower curtain in the room is still there. It would be even weirder if the guest had brought their own shower curtain to the motel and tried to flush it down the toilet, but it's clearly one of their shower curtains. Did they try and steal the shower curtain, leave with it, then feel guilty and come back only to find that the shower curtain had already been replaced, and then flush the shower curtain down the toilet to hide the evidence? While they're discussing this, the room phone rings The person on the other end is screaming, hysterical, so it takes a few minutes for them to figure out that it's the housekeeper who was cleaning the rooms. After a few moments, the manage to get the story out of her: The snake had missed the clog entirely. Rather than spiraling down into the plumbing where it was intended to go, it had wound its way into the central line, and then back up the pipes in the room next door. It spiraled its way up, out the toilet bowl, and then started flailing wildly around the next-door bathroom like a Lovecraftian nightmare made of steel, knocking things off of shelves and clattering furiously around the room. Then, while the hapless housekeeper watched in horror, a metal claw opened on the end of it and snagged the shower curtain, ripped it off the bar ring-by-ring, spun it around the room until it was coiled tightly around the cable, and dragged it back down into the toilet bowl The actual clog was never found 10980 Because a shower curtain would really go through the pipes like that
Bad, Family, and Phone: 2
 When my grandfather was young he owned a
 roadside motel, and my mother used to do work
 around the motel for the family. The building was old
 and they had bad pipes, so visits from the plumber
 were a fairly regular occurrence over there
 At one point they had a clogged toilet after a guest
 checked out, so they called the plumber to come
 and clean it out. The plumber came in with his bag
 of gear and set to work, but the clog was stubborn
 After a few tries, he decided he needed to get the
 snake
 I don't know if you've ever seen a serious plumbing
 snake, but the big ones are a sight to behold. This
 isn't a little crank auger, it's a full-on electrical
 powered snake with a big motor on the back and a
 little grabby claw on the end
 So he fires up the snake and sends the metal coil
 down into the pipes with the claw closed, figuring
 whatever's down there he'll just bump it a bit, push it
 down the pipes until it clears - but this doesn't
 happen either. Finally, in frustration, he twists the
 control to open the mechanical claw at the end of
 the coil, closes it on something, throws the motor in
 reverse and starts to pull it back up

 By now a couple of members of the staff have
 gathered in the room to try and tigure out what the
 hell got flushed down the toilet that this giant
 machine couldn't remove. The motor is really
 straining you know that sound an electric motor
 makes when it's working really hard? The whole
 machine is struggling to pull whatever this is back
 up through the pipes and into the roonm
 Finally, after an extended wait, the object is slowly
 dragged, sopping wet, out of the toilet bowl - and it's
 a shower curtain,
 The staff is dumbfounded. They're trying to figure
 out how this could have happened. It would be
 weird enough if the guest had ripped the shower
 curtain down and flushed it down the toilet, but the
 shower curtain in the room is still there. It would be
 even weirder if the guest had brought their own
 shower curtain to the motel and tried to flush it down
 the toilet, but it's clearly one of their shower curtains.
 Did they try and steal the shower curtain, leave with
 it, then feel guilty and come back only to find that
 the shower curtain had already been replaced, and
 then flush the shower curtain down the toilet to hide
 the evidence?

 While they're discussing this, the room phone rings
 The person on the other end is screaming,
 hysterical, so it takes a few minutes for them to
 figure out that it's the housekeeper who was
 cleaning the rooms. After a few moments, the
 manage to get the story out of her:
 The snake had missed the clog entirely. Rather than
 spiraling down into the plumbing where it was
 intended to go, it had wound its way into the central
 line, and then back up the pipes in the room next
 door. It spiraled its way up, out the toilet bowl, and
 then started flailing wildly around the next-door
 bathroom like a Lovecraftian nightmare made of
 steel, knocking things off of shelves and clattering
 furiously around the room. Then, while the hapless
 housekeeper watched in horror, a metal claw
 opened on the end of it and snagged the shower
 curtain, ripped it off the bar ring-by-ring, spun it
 around the room until it was coiled tightly around the
 cable, and dragged it back down into the toilet bowl
 The actual clog was never found
 10980
Because a shower curtain would really go through the pipes like that

Because a shower curtain would really go through the pipes like that

Life, LinkedIn, and Mood: 69% 23:30 K- create revenue growth | Sales Strategy | Behaviour Change. 13h I was attacked! A random attack in a bar, several years ago. It left me unconscious and in the hands of a neuroscience specialist. That moment changed my life forever, For the GOOD! While being tested the consultant discovered something which has been a blessing. Up until that moment, I knew I was good at Maths, and my IQ was above average, but that was it I had a rare Brain type was being told that my brain wasn't normal. How does anyone know their version of normal is, well, normal? I soon gave up traditional work, knowing that I have always done well in my career as I took the 'traditional process' and added the perspective of behaviours to it... but what if my theories and idea were truly unique? I needed to explore that. l wanted to know how humans make decisions and how that changes based on the product service, time of day, mood and emotions l explored the conscious and unconscious mind looking at eave your thoughts here... 69% 23:30 K- marketing, sales, culture, strategy and complicated stuff like addiction, trauma and abuse Here l am 3.5 years later with 22 case studies under my belt, results ranging between 60-700% above industry average benchmarks Everyone is a little bit weird. We just have to give ourselves permission to follow our dreams Now to do the same for an employer! #ONO 39 likes 6 comments Like Comment Share Likes Comments Sort by Top C LATAM Account Manager now I'll take Things That Didn't Happen' for $1000 please, Alex Leave your thoughts here... Neuroscientist discovers LinkedIn user's rare brain type.
Life, LinkedIn, and Mood: 69% 23:30
 K-
 create revenue growth | Sales Strategy | Behaviour Change.
 13h
 I was attacked!
 A random attack in a bar, several years ago. It left me
 unconscious and in the hands of a neuroscience specialist.
 That moment changed my life forever, For the GOOD!
 While being tested the consultant discovered something
 which has been a blessing. Up until that moment, I knew I was
 good at Maths, and my IQ was above average, but that was it
 I had a rare Brain type
 was being told that my brain wasn't normal. How does
 anyone know their version of normal is, well, normal?
 I soon gave up traditional work, knowing that I have always
 done well in my career as I took the 'traditional process' and
 added the perspective of behaviours to it... but what if my
 theories and idea were truly unique? I needed to explore that.
 l wanted to know how humans make decisions and how
 that changes based on the product service, time of day,
 mood and emotions
 l explored the conscious and unconscious mind looking at
 eave your thoughts here...

 69% 23:30
 K-
 marketing, sales, culture, strategy and complicated stuff like
 addiction, trauma and abuse
 Here l am 3.5 years later with 22 case studies under my
 belt, results ranging between 60-700% above industry
 average benchmarks
 Everyone is a little bit weird. We just have to give ourselves
 permission to follow our dreams
 Now to do the same for an employer!
 #ONO
 39 likes 6 comments
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 Comment
 Share
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 please, Alex
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Neuroscientist discovers LinkedIn user's rare brain type.

Neuroscientist discovers LinkedIn user's rare brain type.