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Topic: Re:Re:Meta?
Posted by: Robert
Date/Time: 02/11/2002 23:42:09

M Hall and Grinder/carmen uses different set of criteria.

Therefore, they never ever been meeting.

Its hard to know how much M Hall and Grinder/Carmen actually tested things out using each others set of criteria.
(The modeling approach)

If M Hall mindreads, well sure dont we all?
But he asumes bored and tired.
If we think anchoring here,

what are the anchor set there?

John Grinder at least are tired, boring and are more interested in his own ideas head none others to prove that his ideas are right.

Now, asuming the above,
thats one possible solution to the mindread offered by M Hall.

Or it might be that M Hall are describing his own head and are not to be proven head ideas.

If it is the first or second or any other solution are up to you the reader to make up.

Anchor set like that really sucks and I personally dismiss M Halls strategy of doing that.
Its not the first time that strategy are used.

Can you notice the subtile strategy used by M Hall?

If you did you mind read?


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TopicDate PostedPosted By
Meta-Dialogue to Mr. Grinder02/11/2002 09:26:54hellstorm
     Re:Meta?02/11/2002 11:18:27Thomas
          Re:Re:Meta?02/11/2002 23:42:09Robert
     ReReReRe:Meta-Dialogue to Mr. Grinder06/11/2002 13:22:25MCH
          Re:ReReReRe:Meta-Dialogue to Mr. Grinder06/11/2002 14:16:52MCH
               Re:Re:ReReReRe:Meta-Dialogue to Mr. Grinder06/11/2002 14:27:05JimR
                    Re:Re:Re:ReReReRe:Meta-Dialogue to Mr. Grinder06/11/2002 14:53:10Web Master
     Meta-Dialogue to Mr. Grinder06/11/2002 14:54:06MCH
          Re:Meta-Dialogue to Mr. Grinder06/12/2002 10:11:18jurek
     Sensory Acuity.07/12/2002 09:55:38Zaphod
           TOO MANY WORDS AND TRANSLATOR'S PROBLEMS09/12/2002 13:50:34jurek
               Re: TOO MANY WORDS AND TRANSLATOR'S PROBLEMS09/12/2002 16:26:51John Grinder and Carmen Bostic St, Clair
                    Re:Re: TOO MANY WORDS AND TRANSLATOR'S PROBLEMS10/12/2002 00:05:45Michael Carroll

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