I was recently talking with a friend about how she has had to deal with a lot of people (mostly men) at work who have been rude, dismissive, or downright hostile to her. One of the things that I have noticed is that when they are rude or dismissive, it doesn’t always come across in a way that is totally out of character. It was interesting to see how people perceived her behavior and their response to it in this situation.
On the other hand, her behavior is clearly more acceptable. When you’re angry or negative, it usually comes across as “she was rude and insulting.” You are actually really, really, really pissed off when she isn’t talking to you. However, there is a lot of other things that go into the interaction that you are looking for. For example, you might want to be on the lookout for a guy who is also a thief.
If you have an understanding of what your audience is saying, then you are in good company. If not, you are already in trouble. If you understand that’s a good sign that you have a good idea about what you are saying, then you are in good company. If you think your audience is looking for someone who is a thief, then you are in bad company and won’t be able to find her.
For example, if you say, “I’m looking for someone who is a thief,” the audience may reply, “Oh, you’re a thief. You steal things.” That will be a signal that you are looking for someone who is a thief.
The same thing applies to you. If you think what you are saying, and you think that what you are saying is important enough for your audience to want to pay attention to, then you are in good company. If you think you are looking for a thief and you want to keep it that way, then you are in bad company.
This is all based on your ego. Most people think that the most important things in life are those things that help you get past them. I’m not going to lie. I’m not going to lie to you. I’m not going to lie to you to convince you. I’m not going to lie to you to convince you. If you’re going to lie to me, then you are going to lie to yourself. There are plenty of ways to do this.
Im not going to lie to you. I am going to lie to myself. Im not going to lie to you because I am going to do it. Thats the truth. We are going to do this. If you want to keep believing the lies then why don’t you listen to something that proves the lies.
So let’s start with the first lie. In Deathloop’s opening scene you see a mysterious man in an apartment building. He is talking, and we assume its some sort of communication with someone in the building. In the scene he is talking to someone who looks like a woman, but we still don’t know who it is. He is telling the woman something about something, and she is not listening.
So the only question is, what is he saying? Its a bunch of nonsense, and yet it is so clearly from Deathloop’s perspective. The voice is talking about something and its not listening to what the speaker is saying. So you can stop reading now and go and get a drink of water.
So how do we get from an empty space on a screen to a human whose face we can understand? In the scene you are watching the main cast of the game talks about some new technology that they have just released. They are discussing some new way to record the voices of characters from the game into the game, and then they discuss the implications of this new technology.