I have to disagree with the OP.
I don't get tired of reading minds.
The best way to truly read someone's mind is to constantly be around them. While you may go out in crowds looking for a subject, you should instead
be the crowd. You should be everyone in order to be able to read people's minds effectively.
What I get from you is a sense of omnipotence. As if you feel like you know too much about everyone and what their decisions might be, but you have to
take each approach with a new tactic. You seem to follow the same tactic each time you read someone.
I only say this because in the past 5 years I have been around a lot of different people. Even though I didn't want to be. Their actions displayed
upon me gave me enough to go on about certain types of people. What drugs they use, what type of job they have, if they like anything in particular,
or even what they own inside of their houses.
I don't get tired of it because there are so many different lifestyles that change peoples perception mostly. I find it fascinating that I am able to
put together people's trains of thought and know their next move on me. You have to be a mind # in order to take everything in. It is dangerous
because it can cause your mind to split itself from consciousness to unconsciousness, without you even knowing. (For example you may find yourself
suddenly lost in a conversation that you have with someone because your mind will suddenly go into a deep thought about something. Mind #s are able to
put things together in their heads while still being able to answer you with their direct mission in mind.)
About two years ago I was driving a taxi.... I picked up four girls from a bar near where I used to live. On the way to where I was taking them they
were able to talk to one person, while listening to another conversation. After each person said one sentence, they would answer one person and
continue the conversation of another person. All the while all four of them had something to say. And they all said it at the same time, answered at
the same time... and stopped talking with a short pause at the same time.
It went something like this:
Person 1: I want to go jack in the box and order some food.
Person 2: I don't want to make this a 20 dollar trip.
Person 3: Why can't we just go to McDonald's?
person 4: I'm not really that hungry.
Person 1: You have to be at least a little hungry, after all you didn't eat since this morning right?
Person 2: I hate McDonald's, besides I only have a few dollars extra and Jack in the box is better.
Person 3: I can pay for the ride it isn't a problem, but we have to make up our minds before the driver kicks us out.
Person 4: Don't we have any food at home? I know I could whip something up.
Person 1: There is nothing left because (person 2) ate the rest of the chicken.
Person 2: No you don't have to pay all of it, I have 20 bucks in my pocket.
Person 3: That's coming from someone who drank 5 shots at the bar.
Person 4: I don't care where we go at this point because we are already almost home. Everything is close by.
Person 1: really? I won't be able to pay you back for another week.
Person 2: Don't you know that drinking makes everything taste better?
Person 3:There might be some beef in the freezer. I think we bought some last week.
Person 4: Hey we better tell the driver what we want.
Me: You know what? She's right.
I Can't remember exactly what was said but I tried to put it up exactly how it came into my mind. One was mad about a comment, the other two were
worried about the fare, one of them had money.... While at the same time one was making choices, one was thinking about what they had, another wanted
to help pay, and the last one just disagreed with a lot of things being said about her. There was a ton more dialogue between these girls as I drove
them home. The entire trip took 20 minutes going through Jack in the box and taking them home, the trip amount was just barely 12 dollars... but the
amount of dialogue between the two would have easily taken up an hour to sit through and recompile by myself. This is just a small sample of what went
on at the beginning. Because after the first few sentences I couldn't even think so I blocked it all out to focus on driving.
I wish I had my tape recorder on because that entire 20 minute drive.... was the most interesting drive I ever took.