I enjoyed your article "oldcoot." I have tried to contact you on SKYPE and your messages were returned. I think people do learn but it takes time. The answer is in natural selection and the survival of the fittest. The fittest evolving system is cyberspace. The old rulers need defeating before we will see many civilised corners in cyberspace. We had better not get onto evolution but I believe that it is part of a vast eternal plan.
Originally Posted by oldcoot
I wrote a web page about Bob Krimm in 2007, which incensed his followers. I enclose an extract
Bob Krimm’s video was supposed to have been broadcast in the UK during the early hours of Sunday morning March 4th 2007. I had decided not to watch it, as it was my considered opinion, that Bob Krimm was highly unlikely to make a video which would tell me anything that I have not heard or seen before. I bought an English translation of two books yesterday that everybody in “The Krimm Empire” should read.
Millions of people in this day and age consider the author of these books to be the greatest play write, director and performing artist who has ever walked the face of this planet. When did he write the books? I am not quite sure but I do know that it was more than two thousand years ago. I am certain that we can all learn a bit of drama from Homer’s Iliad and Odyssey.
What can Homer tell us about about Bob Krimm?
Homer’s main characters are alpha males and the behaviour patterns that he describes, show us that alpha males and top dogs have not changed very much in two thousand years.
What can monkey’s behaviour patterns tell us about Bob Krimm?
The behaviour of our primate cousins tells us a great deal about alpha males and their relationships with females or other males, which the alpha believes to be beneath him in the natural pecking order. There is only one or two percent difference between human and chimpanzee DNA so it is reasonably safe to assume that there is not very much difference between the behaviour of alpha males and females in monkey troupes and human hierarchies.
Video can capture various aspects of animal behaviour which eluded Homer. If you want to watch some brilliant videos on alpha males and their favourite team mates, do a Google Search using Key Words like Discovery Channel, Discovery Animal Planet, Monkey World or Monkey Business and watch a few.
The Alpha Male in a Monkey Breeding Troupe. Dare I call him Bob
There is only one breeding troupe in “Monkey World Ape Sanctuary,” It is great viewing as they are so like humans. Other males, including aspiring alpha males (Silverback's), hang around in bachelor groups until they win a few battles and assemble a troupe of their own. When two troupes have a dispute, there is a hell of a hullabaloo. The dominant males pose, posture, gesture and whip up hormone levels to such an extent that the females and subservient males start behaving in a way that could be described as a state of tumescence. They receive some sort of exciting messages from male scent glands which are incomprehensible to Homo Sapiens. If you watch their body language it might help you to decipher some of the gestures and body language in The Krimm Videos.
There is order and discipline in a primate breeding troupe. All members know their place and exhibit behaviour which the alpha male expects from them. The message that they all understand are the order to be silent and patient. These alerts also include threats to discipline those who disobey and show any signs of having any initiative. Gorilla Bob and Bob Krimm have a lot of behavioural traits in common.
Silverback bachelors and females that the alpha regards as being of no use as breeding stock are relegated to a troupe which usually behaves like a disorganised rabble. The aspiring males and females in this echelon crave for battle or the opportunity to mate with one of the breeding troupe and propagate some really strong genes .
Via Viente. Bob’s Jungle Juice. Do Your Due Dilligence
Civilised communities have been selling squashed jungle berries since time immemorial. It used to be called “The Elixir of The Gods.” Homer must have far more information on the subject. If any readers of this publication are Classical Greek scholars or comedians, please suggest a name for the concoction which Bob calls ViaViente and I call Bob’s Jungle Juice.”
What effect did “The Elixir of the Gods.” have on the human body parts and the human brain’s pleasure centres? I can not wait to start reading Homer again. It is reputed to have increased a mortal’s life span if the mortal could scrounge some from the Mount Olympian Gods’s dining table. As the Gods spent a lot of their time in drunken stupors, that did happen on rare occasions. The swill probably helped the Gods to alleviate some of the worst damage caused from war wounds, hangovers and DTs. It may have eased physical pain in one way or another. I can not remember much about The Elixir. Start reading Homer lads and lasses. This is the ideal time to do some research which will keep the Krimm team on their toes for a long, long time.
What has stuck in my mind for fifty or more years is the effect that The Elixir had on the Mount Olympian Goddesses, when their male counterparts had swilled it by the gallon. Most of the Gods carried on drinking until they fell asleep under the table. The female immortals were left feeling a bit randy, so they lusted after mortal flesh. What could they do about that fantasy? Homer gives us the answer.
It was tradition in ancient Greece for the alpha males, (usually the conquering Generals) to strip naked and allow the maidens to bath them in public, usually in “The Market Place.” Even randy Goddesses need to perpetrate stronger genes when their gods are effete.
Moral defeat places like Scamland and you can start teaching people willing to learn. This "old trout" loved learning interesting things from you.