reply to post by EnlightenUp
I also saw the pen as well , and yes there could be a sexual conentation there, makeing this teacher seem dirty.
But I do believe this teacher/proffessor has studied at least a bit of nlp, because he does catch the interviewer on a couple occasions. I especially
like when he says, "I do not hold my class captive". It's obvious he understood what the fox reporter was trying to imply, and he snuffed him
But unfortunately, Fox's anchors mics are louder than thier guests, so when the guest and the fox anchor are talking at the same time, the viewing
audience hears the guy from fox only.
It's really a no win situation going on these shows. As the guy doing the commentary on the video explains, and he is 100% correct in that fact.
Especially when your limited to a 2 minute interview.
But again, for entertainment purposes, if anyone is bored, and has some free time, I REALLY recommend you you tube Derren Brown. Most of his stuff is
incredible, and he uses alot stronger NLP teqniques than the guys on Fox, because i mean that is what he does. He is a master at it.
But I'm sure like me you will be amazed at mostly all of the stuff he does. It is so simple to and he almost always gives a reveal on how it is done,
and why it works.
Sure some of his handshake induced hypnosis is a bit too much for me, I never really believe in hypnotism. But I'm sure Derren spends alot of time
observing people, and he can pick out the weaker minded, who are more prone to touch anchores, and hypnotic inductions.
I am much more amazed at the speed in which he talks and how many words he can put together that sound like he is saying one thing, until you rewind
it 3 or 4 times, and really listen to what he is saying, and sometimes more importantly not saying.
The guy is purely amazing. I wish his show was Broadcast here in the states, I'm sure he would be a star. Although he would cater to a more
intelectual audience than Criss (I use groups of stooges, and CGI, and camera tricks) Angel.
The bit where he buys a necklace or bracelet from a jewelery store with nothing but blank paper is classic.
As is the russian roulette bit. Which again he uses heavy NLP, and puts his life on the line in belief of this craft.
After you watch a few shows, you will begin to pick up on some of the NLP before the reveal, and that is really fun.
But again what we are seeing here by the Fox anchors is not very strong NLP, it really isn't NLP at all. It is more of hand
gestrures(sorcery/sybolism), interupting, and pattern breaks, a very , very low level of NLP. But I have no doubt that these Fox anchors are given
classes on the basics of this, and practice thier timing, interupting is key, like when he asks the guy for evidence, while the guy is telling him the
evidence, so the viewer doesn't even hear it. That is NOT coincidence, that is basically talking over someone. Simple as that. But the timeing is
key, and I'm positive they've been taught some basic skills, not necessarily true nlp, but some minor forms of it.
But takeing cheap shots, and insulting people is nothing new, it's not nlp, it's just how some evil MSM networks operate. Fox and CNN being on the
top of the list.
[edit on 18-8-2008 by Nola213]