Riotous Fun

Topical, given the UK Rioting that has occurred

Do not make friends with a hot-tempered man, do not associate with one easily angered, or you may learn his ways and get yourself ensnared.
Proverbs 22:24-25

Influence is not delivered to the conscious mind; logic may be, but influence is processed at the unconscious level and moves into conscious thinking where reason and logic become applied – and Justification.
At whatever level the rioters were influenced

Interesting then that the use of Social Media comes into the frame, seen as inciting riotous action because Social Media at every level will influence somebody.
There are sites like http://klout.com and http://peerindex.net that measure exactly that

Think on Social Media wrights and influence well

Image Daily Mail On-line

4 thoughts on “Riotous Fun

  1. Hello Arthur: I really loved the power of your post today since nowadays people are trying to find out how to teach “to be an influencer”. I personally believe many of us simply by being authentic are with no doubt being influencers. It would be great to see more people around us being today authetic instead of simple followers , don´t you think so?
    Thank you for the share and take care

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  2. The British Government have tried there best to make everyone believe this was all the work of unemployed yobs with nothing better to do. But the truth is that there were also a lot of intelligent people like school teachers, university graduates, and also an RAF applicant.
    The real questions that the Government needs to ask itself is why so many different people from all sorts of different backgrounds feel the need to riot.
    Admittedly there was a section of society were stealing and acting like yobs is second nature, they know no better.
    But the government, past and present, have to ask themselves is why have these people been allowed to become this way.
    Perhaps the idea that when someone is arrested for stealing on a Saturday night they are allowed back out onto the streets by Monday morning, presumably to do it all over again. And they say crime doesn´t pay!
    Britain´s lax attitude to crime and order has need an overhaul for the past couple of decades. Perhaps now it will happen!

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