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How to Avoid Getting a Speeding Ticket

I've been thinking about writing this post for a while, but I wanted to have some concrete proof that the technique is what has been getting the results, not just my boyish good looks and my "give me a citation and I might hunt down your family" demeanor.

Yesterday was that day.

I've been stopped a number of times in the past few years after reading this advice elsewhere, have applied it every time, and have only once actually gotten the ticket I should have gotten. Offenses are mostly speeding related, but I once blew through a stop sign in my unregistered RV with a cop behind me. No ticket for that one.

5 Social Psychology Observations from The Idiot by Dostoyevsky

On The 4 Hour Struggle

In the famous novel, The Idiot (free Kindle edition), by the great Russian writer, Fyodor Dostoyevsky, the protagonist, Prince Myshkin, is perceived and called an idiot throughout the book.

In reality, he is quite astute, but his epileptic fits and his "saintly nature" fool others into thinking he is idiotic.

Here are 5 passages that shed light on the psychology of human relationships:

1. The importance of projecting positive energy:

"Probably when he is alone he looks quite different, and hardly smiles at all!" thought the prince.

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