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Brains, Club, and Crazy: Why Men And Women Think Differently. This Guy Nails It. Women are much more complicated than men. Men are very simple. And you know why? It's because their brains are so different. First, I want to start with men. Men's brains are very unique. Most women don't realize that whether we are having sex or watching sports, our brains are made up of little boxes. We've got a box for everything. We've got a box for the car. We've got a box for the money We've got a box for the job. We've got a box for you We've got a box for the kids. We've got a box for your mother somewhere in the basement. We've got boxes everywhere. And the rule is: the boxes don't touch. When a man discusses a particular subject, we go to that particular box, we pull that box out, we open the box, and we discuss only what is in THAT BOX. And then we close the box and put it away being very, very careful not to touch other boxes. Now women's brains are very, very different from men's brains. Women's brains are made up of a big ball of wire. And everything is connected to everything. The money is connected to the car and the car is connected to your job and your kids are connected to your mother and everythingisallconnected. It's like the internet superhighway, and it's all driven by energy that we call emotion. It's one of the reasons why women tend to remember...everything. Because if you take an event and you connect it to an emotion and it burns in your memory and you can remember it forever. The same thing happens for men. It just doesn't happen very often, because quite frankly...we don't care. Women tend to care about everything. And she just loves it. Now men, we have a box in our brain that most women are not aware of. This particular box has nothing in it. In fact, we call it the 'nothing box.' And of all the boxes a man has in his brain, the 'nothing box is our favorite box. If a man has a chance, he'll go to his nothing box every time. That's why a man can do something seemingly completely brain dead for hours on end. You know, like fishing. Now they've actually measured this. The University of Pennsylvania a couple of years ago did a study and discovered that men have the ability to think about absolutely nothing, and still breathe. Women can't do it. Their mind has never stopped. And they don't understand the 'nothing box, and it drives them CRAZY because nothing drives a woman more crazy and makes them feel more irritated than to watch a man doing nothing. laughoutloud-club: The Nothing Box That Makes Women Angry
Brains, Club, and Crazy: Why Men And Women Think
 Differently. This Guy Nails It.
 Women are much more complicated than men. Men
 are very simple. And you know why? It's because
 their brains are so different. First, I want to start with
 men. Men's brains are very unique. Most women
 don't realize that whether we are having sex or
 watching sports, our brains are made up of little
 boxes. We've got a box for everything. We've got a
 box for the car. We've got a box for the money
 We've got a box for the job. We've got a box for you
 We've got a box for the kids. We've got a box for
 your mother somewhere in the basement.
 We've got boxes everywhere. And the rule is: the
 boxes don't touch. When a man discusses a particular
 subject, we go to that particular box, we pull that box
 out, we open the box, and we discuss only what is in
 THAT BOX. And then we close the box and put it away
 being very, very careful not to touch other boxes.
 Now women's brains are very, very different from
 men's brains. Women's brains are made up of a big
 ball of wire. And everything is connected to
 everything. The money is connected to the car
 and the car is connected to your job and your
 kids are connected to your mother and
 everythingisallconnected. It's like the internet
 superhighway, and it's all driven by energy that we call
 emotion. It's one of the reasons why women tend to
 remember...everything.
 Because if you take an event and you connect it to an
 emotion and it burns in your memory and you can
 remember it forever. The same thing happens for
 men. It just doesn't happen very often, because quite
 frankly...we don't care. Women tend to care about
 everything. And she just loves it.
 Now men, we have a box in our brain that most
 women are not aware of. This particular box has
 nothing in it. In fact, we call it the 'nothing box.' And
 of all the boxes a man has in his brain, the 'nothing
 box is our favorite box. If a man has a chance, he'll go
 to his nothing box every time. That's why a man can
 do something seemingly completely brain dead for
 hours on end. You know, like fishing.
 Now they've actually measured this. The University of
 Pennsylvania a couple of years ago did a study and
 discovered that men have the ability to think about
 absolutely nothing, and still breathe.
 Women can't do it. Their mind has never stopped. And
 they don't understand the 'nothing box, and it drives
 them CRAZY because nothing drives a woman more
 crazy and makes them feel more irritated than to
 watch a man doing nothing.
laughoutloud-club:

The Nothing Box That Makes Women Angry

laughoutloud-club: The Nothing Box That Makes Women Angry

Beautiful, Cars, and Friday: When gunman advanced on New Zealand mosque, this man ran at him Abdul Aziz, 48, is being hailed as a hero for preventing more deaths The Associated Press Posted: Mar 16, 2019 6:54 AM ET Last Updated: an hour ago Abdul Aziz, 48, is being hailed as a hero for preventing more deaths during Friday prayers at the Linwood mosque in Christchurch. (Vincent Thian/Associated Press) solacekames: When the gunman advanced toward the mosque, killing those in his path, Abdul Aziz didnโ€™t hide. Instead, he picked up the first thing he could find, a credit card machine, and ran outside screaming โ€œCome here!โ€ Aziz, 48, is being hailed as a hero for preventing more deaths during Friday prayers at the Linwood mosque in Christchurch after leading the gunman in a cat-and-mouse chase before scaring him into speeding away in his car. But Aziz, whose four sons and dozens of others remained in the mosque while he faced off with the gunman, said he thinks itโ€™s what anyone would have done. The gunman killed 49 people after attacking two mosques in the deadliest mass shooting in New Zealandโ€™s modern history. [โ€ฆ] He said he could hear his two youngest sons, aged 11 and 5, urging him to come back inside. The gunman returned, firing. Aziz said he ran, weaving through cars parked in the driveway, which prevented the gunman from getting a clean shot. Then Aziz spotted a gun the gunman had abandoned and picked it up, pointed it and squeezed the trigger. It was empty. He said the gunman ran back to the car for a second time, likely to grab yet another weapon. โ€œHe gets into his car and I just got the gun and threw it on his window like an arrow and blasted his window,โ€ he said. The windshield shattered: โ€œThatโ€™s why he got scared.โ€ He said the gunman was cursing at him, yelling that he was going to kill them all. But he drove away and Aziz said he chased the car down the street to a red light, before it made a U-turn and sped away. Online videos indicate police officers managed to force the car from the road and drag out the suspect soon after. Originally from Kabul, Afghanistan, Aziz said he left as a refugee when he was a boy and lived for more than 25 years in Australia before moving to New Zealand a couple of years ago.โ€œIโ€™ve been to a lot of countries and this is one of the beautiful ones,โ€ he said. And, he always thought, a peaceful one as well. Aziz said he didnโ€™t feel fear or much of anything when facing the gunman. It was like he was on autopilot. And he believes that Allah didnโ€™t think it was his time to die.
Beautiful, Cars, and Friday: When gunman advanced on New Zealand
 mosque, this man ran at him
 Abdul Aziz, 48, is being hailed as a hero for preventing more deaths
 The Associated Press Posted: Mar 16, 2019 6:54 AM ET Last Updated: an hour ago
 Abdul Aziz, 48, is being hailed as a hero for preventing more deaths during Friday prayers at the Linwood
 mosque in Christchurch. (Vincent Thian/Associated Press)
solacekames:
When the gunman advanced toward the mosque, killing those in his path, Abdul Aziz didnโ€™t hide. Instead, he picked up the first thing he could find, a credit card machine, and ran outside screaming โ€œCome here!โ€
Aziz, 48, is being hailed as a hero for preventing more deaths during Friday prayers at the Linwood mosque in Christchurch after leading the gunman in a cat-and-mouse chase before scaring him into speeding away in his car.
But Aziz, whose four sons and dozens of others remained in the mosque while he faced off with the gunman, said he thinks itโ€™s what anyone would have done.
The gunman killed 49 people after attacking two mosques in the deadliest mass shooting in New Zealandโ€™s modern history.
[โ€ฆ]
He said he could hear his two youngest sons, aged 11 and 5, urging him to come back inside.
The gunman returned, firing. Aziz said he ran, weaving through cars parked in the driveway, which prevented the gunman from getting a clean shot. Then Aziz spotted a gun the gunman had abandoned and picked it up, pointed it and squeezed the trigger. It was empty.
He said the gunman ran back to the car for a second time, likely to grab yet another weapon.
โ€œHe gets into his car and I just got the gun and threw it on his window like an arrow and blasted his window,โ€ he said.
The windshield shattered: โ€œThatโ€™s why he got scared.โ€
He said the gunman was cursing at him, yelling that he was going to kill them all. But he drove away and Aziz said he chased the car down the street to a red light, before it made a U-turn and sped away. Online videos indicate police officers managed to force the car from the road and drag out the suspect soon after.
Originally from Kabul, Afghanistan, Aziz said he left as a refugee when he was a boy and lived for more than 25 years in Australia before moving to New Zealand a couple of years ago.โ€œIโ€™ve been to a lot of countries and this is one of the beautiful ones,โ€ he said. And, he always thought, a peaceful one as well.
Aziz said he didnโ€™t feel fear or much of anything when facing the gunman. It was like he was on autopilot. And he believes that Allah didnโ€™t think it was his time to die.

solacekames: When the gunman advanced toward the mosque, killing those in his path, Abdul Aziz didnโ€™t hide. Instead, he picked up the first ...

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 Me holding the light
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