As we all know, if you threaten to infringe on the personal space of a man, he becomes defensive. Yesterday I mentioned that there is still some more formatting I can do, in the context of being the central agenda. For the love of God, the spectrum within which I can do the remaining formatting must have been defined in this post and only this post.

16:58 (04:58 PM) – Keeping Busy

The spectrum of formatting is just one thing I want to mention today. I also want to have defined the balance between my use of tangible paper and the use of digital paper. And the purpose of the motives in stories of Greek mythology I intend to read.

Currently, there is nothing that holds me accountable for anything. It has been like that for quite some time. (No parents, no teachers, no notifications.) What holds me accountable in Bunker Mode, however, is the sound of a smoking gun. (I am not infringing on personal space.) But that is of no influence to my attitude. I would rather follow my body than follow the rules, so the rules must suit my body and if they do not then I will likely prefer to die.

The definition of let’s call it the “Klusser Space” is an activity of primary relevance, but the other two activities I apply to beyond the “Klusser Space” – and given that I enjoy the concept of this blog the most of all of my blogs, I can leave the activity of primary relevance for last. How much does that say about my sense of responsibility?

17:16 (05:16 PM) – Definition 1: “Tangible Paper, or Digital Paper?”

Even though I still prefer the use of tangible paper, I want to make use of this iPad as much as I can. “Digital paper”, reading from a screen what could be read from print, still feels a little like wearing a straitjacket to me, but digitally it is much easier to retrieve specific information, so therefore I want to maximize my use of this iPad. It is finding the balance between future efficiency and not feeling constrained.

It is “future efficiency” because in the moment, when I don’t feel like it is written for presentation, I work faster and more comfortable writing things down using pen and paper. But if I want to find back specific notes that I have taken, “ctrl + f” is the quickest (ha-ha).

I could summarize my notes on this iPad? Taking notes in and before bunker mode is different from doing it afterwards, though. Because afterwards, I want to be walking, swimming and pole dancing instead of staring into a screen.

In this definition, I must keep in mind what I all do it for. Because in the end, that is all I want to satisfy. The taking notes, using tangible paper and using digital paper must, in the end, keep me on top of the state of x towards 0 under any circumstance. In and before bunker mode, that is fictive and experimental. Afterwards, there is no room for error.

I know exactly how much I do not want to use digital paper in my life after bunker mode:

  • For breakfast, instead of reading a newspaper, in plain print, I want to read the daily activities of my staff in relation to the state of x towards 0.
  • Taking notes of the radio announcement of the state of x (towards 0) I want to do using pen and paper.
  • The orientation before setting out an internal project I want to do using pen and paper.
  • And obviously my magazine subscriptions must be tangible.

What remains digital is then the “for understanding” summary of my interpretation of the state of x, to be turned into teleprompter text; my weekly article for the Financial Times and overtures for projects. All other longer texts, such as the writing of teleprompter text, reports and contracts, I have outsourced.

In bunker mode, these processes I must define on digital paper (for future reference). We all write things for future reference in bunker mode. So there I have more screen time. What I can still write on tangible paper in bunker mode is… nothing… nothing but notes of lectures, presentations and meetings. People taking notes on a tablet there look awful. Ohhh by the way desktop computer in my office ofccc #DikkePiemel. A tablet is then for travel. I do not want to own a mobile phone, nor do I want to own a laptop, in my life after bunker mode.

I have Greek mythology on digital paper, which gives my iPad more purpose and gives me practice with this straitjacket. Otherwise I had preferred to be in possession of it tangibly. I do insist on tangible agenda and tangible essays (“final result documentation”) in bunker mode, because even though we must be parsimonious, there must be a tangible back-up in case all systems fail.

Also, to make my notes more retrievable, I sometimes fold the corner of the paper of my notebook and there write down the theme of the notes in summary, using one word. I could use that same word for a blog post title.

Beyond the outline of a meeting, anything I want to say in more detail, I can in advance write down with pen and paper in summary, because I am not typing there. I could last quite long with tangible paper if it is only for short notes.

I have semi-extensive writing for orientation, short writing for notes that summarize and extensive writing for explanations. Currently, I orient myself on this blog (it is what you are reading), I summarized with pen and paper yesterday, but could live with economizing that writing retrievable summary in iNotes (is it called that) and official documentation I have left for my Praesens. My presentations/lectures, sticking to “what I use is what I have packed”, are then prepared on this tablet. Though I would like to outsource the PowerPoint to my Praesens, I could write partial hand-out text in Word on here.

So digital paper: for retrieving details of specific notes, for overtures and for official documentation. In bunker mode, orientation is done on this blog.

Tangible paper: notes of lectures, meetings and presentations; tangible back-ups of official documentation.

19:04 (07:04 PM) – Definition 2: “Why read Greek Mythology?”

So I will be reading Greek mythology stories on this iPad. It is just a PDF that I have downloaded to iBooks. I intend to not write about what I have read. Though there are many approaches to Greek mythology for writing: summaries, derivations, philosophy.

As an occupation of time, I want to use it for nothing other than relaxation. So no writing summaries, derivations or philosophy. As food for thought, however, given that the only way I understand people is by placing them in boxes, I could use story motives for (thought) reference, in summary of group psychology. But when and how, then, should I read?

On digital paper, I often lose track of what I have and have not read, causing me to never have enough enthusiasm to finish reading something. But I must create a habit of finishing my reading projects. And I must, for thought reference, memorize story “motives” (the moral of the story and its manifestations, actually), but I refuse to write about it. If not for myself, then for my Technologicus.

I read it for fun, so I may not schedule it in my agenda. But I must finish reading it and memorize the motives. Should I read every story more than once and should I create the habit of starting every day with some reading? This would make it easier for me to pick up on my daily briefings, once they become a thing. In bunker mode, I don’t have them.

I don’t wake up comfortably if I am woken up by force. Setting an alarm to wake up for reading is never going to work out. But sometimes, reading is obligatory, given that its content might hold me accountable. If I must read for being held accountable, because otherwise I will die, I might naturally feel like going to bed at a reasonable time.

In the context of keeping busy, I have “Klusser Space”, I have this blog and I have Greek mythology. That is very accountable (“professional”), semi-accountable (“pastime”) and not accountable (“hobby”). (Yes, the only reason why “not accountable” and “hobby” go together for me is because I am not a man. It doesn’t reach into someone else’s personal space.)

To say that at some point I am done with reading Greek mythology, I could make a drawing for every story that I have read, illustrating the story moral. I must illustrate this without taking notes, because it is for fun. And I will refrain from doing this until we are in bunker mode. I could schedule this in such a way that when bunker mode is over is when I have made a drawing for every story that I have read.

37 stories is 37 drawings. The collection is “Favorite Greek myths” by Lilian Stoughton Hyde. After the primary documentation and lecturing in bunker mode, the agenda is nothing but “Klusser Space” (I want to die). Then I have time for this hobby of mine. How long bunker mode will last remains a mystery.

For the most all-encompassing drawings, as part of the resemblance of my time in bunker mode, until we reach “Klusser Space”, should be my time to read the full collection. Then I read the story once again for orientation and once again for the absorption of detail, to then make a drawing that on first impression seems to have nothing to do with the story at all. I love surrealism.

We could agree that the “Klusser Space” before the empire does not last longer than I am making my 37 drawings. I shall bring 37 sheets of paper for it, and my box of pencils. I still believe that I am traveling light. You do not derive from the “Klusser Space” that is stated in the agenda.

Why read Greek mythology? For a hobby, which will make me accustomed to making use of an iPad, while gaining group psychology motives from it. For memorization, I will draw about it. The relaxation has nothing to do with having an excuse to get away from men occupied with their self-created projects. I just must commit to making these 37 drawings.

21:53 (09:53 PM) – Definition 3: “What is “Klusser Space”?”

Okay, I am a heterosexual. What makes a man attractive, primarily, is the way he uses his “Klusser Space”. That is, thus, how organized he is in the use of his creativity, applied to his daily life. The spectrum reaches from OCD to “Help, mijn man is klusser.”

I don’t want to blame the government, but a man who abstains from his “Klusser Space” is less masculine. Infringing on it is not the only thing that makes him defensive, even giving mention of it could cause anger. That is a problem, because the first thing I ask when I meet someone is: “So, how is your Klusser Space?”

Speaking of which, I heard your future Regent mentioning the wearing of the same Christmas sweater every year. I am not infringing on his Klusser Space if the same Christmas sweater he wears every year is the sweater from “The Arbeit Macht Frei Music Festival”, which will take place once every four years (Feb 15 – Feb 17), and will include a “Christmas Sweater Design Contest”, where the winner, who he may select himself (good for getting an impression of public opinion), wins the old Christmas sweater from the previous December 26th, and the Regent receives the sweater that has won, to then give that to the next winner of the “Christmas Sweater Design Contest” of “The Arbeit Macht Frei Music Festival”, after the next four years of wearing the same Christmas sweater. (I visit the winner’s dominion’s festival (for a day)? The winner is the Regent’s opening dance dance partner.)

It would be unappealing to me if every step a man takes would be constrained in such a way that he cannot occupy his “Klusser Space”. But simultaneously, there is no insurance of consistency in “Klusser Space”. I want to enjoy myself. The midway exists.

In the annual template of my agenda, the primary reserved dates, for the matching of our agenda’s, are:

  • The Annual Desideratum Resolution
  • The Annual Numbers Meeting
  • The Arbeit Macht Frei Music Festival
  • The Senate

“The Annual Desideratum Resolution”

Every January 1st.

On this day, we reflect on our economic performance of the previous year and state our plan of action for improvement in the coming year. This based on the state of x towards 0.

“The Annual Numbers Meeting”

Every July 1st.

This is scheduled to together reflect on the state of our bookkeeping for our businesses. The dominions are here more involved than for “The Annual Desideratum Resolution”.

“The Arbeit Macht Frei Music Festival”

Once every 4 years, initiated February 15th, ending February 17th.

This is the one and only music festival in the empire, planning initiated far in advance, inclusive of all citizens. Just like on Labor Day, we can calculate ourselves around everyone taking the days off.

“The Senate”

Every Sunday the 28th.

I insist that every Sunday the 28th, you participate in the voting about the monopolies that your dominion is subject to, at “The Senate”.

Yesterday, I wrote the following:

Besides Greek mythology, thus, what is next is, with the avoidance of stepping on Your Panopticum, thinking about how much more formatting I can do before I meet my Praesens.

Your Regentesse

What I am doing here, is adding some of my own to the way the situation will stick together. I speak of formatting, but honestly, I prefer the flawless and limitless occupation of Klusser Space, without having to consider that it exists. I think by now enough formatting has been done to prevent it from becoming a disaster.

What is Klusser Space? It is the space between thought and practice, which a man has to be masculine. A space in which no one tells him what he may and may not do. It is a space in which I do not exist.

23:05 (11:05 PM) – So what is Next?

You know what I mean by the concept of “Klusser Space”. Greek mythology is what I drown myself in when I gain new consciousness of the fact that it exists. The use of tangible and intangible paper have been defined in such a way that sometimes it will create an obligation in Klusser Space for one to occupy himself with his own tangible or intangible paper.

The template is there, but what is not there is the dynamics between Klusser Space and the accomplishment of the matched agenda to the agenda of the citizen. I would be in Klusser Space if I would define the solution. But what I could write about tomorrow is the situations in which I prefer to commit suicide.

xxx