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UPDATE August 17
Today my brain and music student Bobby Reginelli
(also known as "Bobby Spaghetti in
THE BOOK OF WANDS ) came over-- He
called because he is going to BURNING MAN and needed
a bike to take with him. He
was going to go buy one and I said,
Its a really nice light spring shock absorber mountain bike with VERY comfortable cruiser handlebars and a 12 speed rear wheel. Absolutely Perfect for Burning Man Festival.
The way we got it was by first CLICKING FORWARD
We then started cruising the neighborhood with our third eyes open-- and within no time at all
we stopped to talk to this guy working on his go cart--
WHO WAS ALSO GOING TO BURNING MAN!!!
We told him we were looking for a bike Bobby could take, and he said
"Get out of your car-- I've got one for you, free."
PURE BRAIN RADAR MAGIC.
And, if that wasn't enough, on the way around the neighborhood I also picked up a NEW Sony DVD player and VCR as well, for free of course, that someone had just put out in the alley. I needed one for my basement as I had given away the previous one I had in my exercise room. Good Karma and Brain Radar combined I guess. :-))))
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Brain Radar Week Day Two
For the past year I have been trying to learn to fly remote control "RC" model airplanes.
After spending hundreds of dollars on these things and crashing many of them-- I decided that I would like to "graduate" to a fancier plane than the one I currently have-- but have been hesitant to spend the $175 needed to upgrade to a newer model.
Just last week, just a few days ago, I clearly had this idea on my mind...I had planes on my brain...
So, on Brain Radar Week Day Two, out of the clear blue sky--
to coin an appropriate phrase, I was
garage sale hunting-- and at this place, a nice lady just GAVE this to me today...
The BIG YELLOW
Its hard to convey the enormity of this thing in a picture--- it is huge, with a SEVEN FOOT WING SPAN...
I took the plane to my local hobby shop several days later to get some help in adjusting it, and everyone at the shop went ga ga.
But that's not the end of the story--- Bear in mind, the hobby shop is a 40 minute drive from the
place where I got the plane. While I was at the shop, an old guy walks in and tells me "I used to have a plane just like that! Its called "Old Timer", and was a model plane that people built from hand based on an every expanding blueprint, that eventually ended up as this HUGE version with a 7 foot wingspan. It is an OUTSTANDING plane to fly."
The old guy then asked me where I got it, and I explained that a women in west Denver gave it to me, as it was built by her recently deceased father in-law, and ex-FBI agent who was obsessed with RC model planes.
The old guy then proceeded to tell me this amazing story, "I know who built that plane, I used to fly with him, and his name was FORD."
Outside the store, on the spot, this man offered me $150 for the plane.
But I said, "Well, not yet, I think I should
at least try to fly it first!"
Imagine this.... out of millions of Denver residents, a guy walked into the hobby shop at the exact same time I was there, who knew the person who built my airplane, and he knew him by name, and used to go flying with him. I haven't been in this hobby shop twice in a year, and when I do go there again, this astonishing coincidence occurs. It is a COSMIC Coincidence.
Anyway, I went back inside the shop to get a few more parts,
and the man behind the counter said--
"You are really a lucky guy-- that's about $650 worth of airplane you've got there!"
Brain Radar Day Three
Left over fun....
Brain Radar Week Day Four
Okay, so who hasn't read one of the harry Potter books? All three of you raise your hand...
I have enjoyed reading (actually LISTENING) to the series, and last week was the release of the final installment. There was a HUGE party at my local bookstore, and FOUR THOUSAND PEOPLE showed up.
For the event, a woodworking wizard was there making magic wands on the spot, and I saw the MOST BEAUTIFUL one, made out of ebony and rosewood, with a unicorn hair core (well, I'm not sure about the unicorn hair part...). And I decided to buy it to add to my collection of wands.
Yes, "magic" wands do exist, and they can "focus" your brain energy where you direct it.
Pencils, knives, canes, musical instruments, and wands--- they all direct your mental focus.
Moments after purchasing my new wand (actually shown above), I immediately, apparently put it to work by channeling my Brain Radar Perception. By definition, Brain Radar puts you in the right place at the right time.....
Within minutes of swishing my new wand around, I looked down on a table, surrounded by people. Not a single person saw what I saw....
It was a certificate for a copy of the new $39 Harry Potter book.
I picked it up, and after midnight handed it to the cashier, and got a free copy of the new book......
Accio New Book!!
Brain Radar Week Day Five
Last summer, Brain Radar led me to find an INCREDIBLE bicycle-- someone had left it out by the dumpster, unwanted. I picked it up, took it home, made a couple of adjustments-- and it was an INCREDIBLE find.
The bike was a lightweight Centurian 12 speed, with razor thin racing tires, a Shimano derailleur, the works. I was simply ASTONISHED when I rode it-- it was the easiest to ride, most wonderfully responsive bike I had ever been on-- and I am a bike mechanic of 30 years.
The thing was, I had been riding a wonderful Trek 1200 model for about 12 years, and when I bought it, I made the error of getting a frame size that was just a little bit too big, and I had always wished I had a smaller frame.
This bike I had found had the PERFECT frame size for me, and these remarkable wheels.
And it was FREE.
Anyway, I do like upturned touring handlebars better than racing handlebars and find them much more comfortable for commuting, and I wished to put touring bars on this bike like I had done with my Trek.
Just the DAY BEFORE I had gone to the bike shop and asked to buy a touring style handlebar to put on the Centurion. But, the bike shop was all out, although they said they could order them, but it would take a little while, and they would be a bit expensive.
I said thank you, and said "I guess I will just have to find a bicycle with the kind of handlebars I want." And I left the store.
The next day, the VERY NEXT DAY, I am walking Erfie and Chloe (see www.ErfieandChloe.com) down my street, and I glance down the alley ONE BLOCK from my house.
What do I see?
Take a guess......
And the proper brake levers (which I needed too) to boot!
INCREDIBLE Brain Radar Targeting.
I put them on the lightwieght, perfect sized Centurian,
and now I have the most bitchin bike on the block...
Brain Radar Week Day Six
Last April I produced, filmed, edited, and released a movie called
Captain Sherlock Solves 9/11--
about a professional pilot and his analysis of the mysteries about September 11th that have gone unanswered (although he answers many of these questions in our film).
I have put the film up for free download at www.CaptainSherlock.com,
but as you can guess, we
have quite a bit of competition getting attention for our film, as we don't have a million dollar advertising budget.
We have been struggling for a way to get more people to learn about the film.
Last year I was picking up shipping envelopes from the packaging distributor that sells me these things. I struck up a conversation with the manager, and my intuition was telling me that I might have something in common with this gentleman, and we began to talk.
His name was Jim, and it turned out he was a real film aficionado, extremely knowledgeable about film making, and in fact, was a real Hollywood screenwriter, who regularly sold stories to film companies in California. He regularly visited some very influential people in the business.
This little bit of casual intuitive friendliness soon turned into a solid friendship between us, and when I needed a location to film parts of my production, Jim let me use his warehouse to set up a studio scene, and even operated one of the cameras in our shoot.
After watching my production in the works, he told me that he believed my project was interesting enough to write his own story about ME making my film,
and he proceeded to write his own story based on my project and what I went through to create Captain Sherlock.
On Brain Radar Day Six I get a phone call from Jim. He told me that has story had been sold to none other than the very famous actor William Hurt, who now has his own film production company, and who plans to make the film--- with me as the main character.
Now THAT'S promotion from a Brain Radar friend.
Brain Radar Week Day Seven
Recently I released some older recordings I had made many years ago, but I wanted to clean up a few of these tracks and make a fresh transfer to digital media from the original tapes.
Unfortunately, I no longer had the type of machine that would play the original tapes I had stored in my basement, and I was trying to figure out how to do this.
Lo and behold, I suddenly get a call from my friend Paul Conley, who was the first person to use a synthesizer on a rock and roll record, even before the Beach Boys did it with "Good Vibrations". (Paul's group was Lothar and the Hand People)
Paul asked me if I wanted to have his two track Pioneer tape recorder-- EXACTLY what I needed, and I picked it up on day seven!
Shazamm!!! Brain Radar Communication!
So, that's a typical week for me clicking my amygdala forward into
Brain Radar Magic.
How about you?
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