Original Guru of Good Game
Original Guru of Good Game

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Our lives are about to change forever. What is a U.S.S. ? find out Now !!!

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Tonight I talk about the change that is taking place to our world. We should be the one's that direct that change, not Governments or Corporations!!! As promised I'm dropping dime on the war of the Sexes.... Yes the first of the U.S.S. !!! Ladies this is going to change the Game !!!

Welcome back, family and friends, to episode two, season two, of the original group of good game, and I am your host, zero game, or you can call me zero G, zero G Zg, whatever you choose. I respond to them all and today on this exciting episode. First, before we get into the episode, I want to give out some more love to anybody who listens, anybody who downloads, anybody who likes share a comment. Thank you so much for all of your support. I really do appreciate it and I'm probably going to do this I'm damn near every episode. I do, because I really do appreciate y'all. And I just had to say that to get that out the way, because today's episode. We are in a serious situation in this country right now, ain't we? I mean, I'm just kind of my mind is kind of like wow, that to what's going on with our government and pretty much all over the world. You know, it's is kind of thought provoking, is kind of aggravating, annoying, scary, frightening. But you know, on the lighter side, you know it's you know, optimism. You know you can see a silver lining, you can see some great things that can happen, dependent on how well we put in the effort to make the change happening in the right direction instead of just to change happening because we not in control of that change. You...

Damn show better belief somebody else sitting behind the curtain up on the Ivory Tower of a one hundred and fifty floor the big ASS building. You better damn show believe they sitting there thinking exactly how they going to make this change happen and to whose benefit is going to be and to whose detriment is going to be. So, you know, let us all the agent of change and getting there and change this shit for the better, because there is an opportunity changing for the better, because things have change forever, you know, going back to the way things used to be before this pandemic happening in financial crisis, this looming and it's going to happen. You know, I'm sorry to tell you that if you believe we going to skate through this or somehow the government is going to figure out how to soften the blow, you are delusional, and that's going to be another topic I'm going to get into later about, you know, Delusional people and people with delusions of grander but for right now, we going to stick to what's happening all over the place, and it's this crisis is going to get worse before it get better. I mean that's pretty much anything that happens when something bad happens, got to get worse before it's got to get better. But our society has changed and a lot of things in our society has changed. Now what those changes are, that's up to us to make them changes, not them, because if they make them changes, best believe we going pretty much be bent over but fucked and nobody even going to kiss us and tell us we pretty first or give us flowers. They might not even, you know, spitting your asshole put some lubrication there. They may just go raw and dry. I know that sounds kind of rough and and hard, but you know, this is a rough and hard world and is some individuals out there and some organizations and groups that...

...would like to make it a lot harder. So that's up to you if you want to, you know, make life hard for yourself and put up with hard shit. But we going to have to make a change here and we don't have to do it in a profound way that benefits all of us and not the few because they set, you know, regardless of what happens in the financial crisis, is dumb fuckers is set. You know, it's the rest of us this going to bear the brunt of this bad economy and all of the other bad shit that's going to dump on our ass along with it. I mean, are we already looking at a meat shortage? Chicken shortage? They're starting to, you know, plow under entire acres of crops, you know, and I'm still with well then, why don't you just let people come there and pick that shit themselves? That way you don't have to fire up the tractor, which is probably going to cost you, you know, hundreds of dollars a day just to, you know, put the fuel in that fuck her to dry that big fucker up and down. You know, two, three hundred acres, the man power to Labor all of that will be eliminated if you opened up, you know, allow people to come in and say hey, pick and talk about social distancing. Yeah, you can damn sure do some social distancing on a two hundred Acre farm and people out there with a fucking basket trying to pick some of that shit. See at would be better than the just pretty much plowed under or just dumping in the landfill, you know. And same thing with the milk. That might be a little bit different, for the simple fact that you know it has to be processed and, you know, cleaned up, sterilized. You know you want to drink it raw out the titty of the cow because as shit m fuck you up, you know, depending on how you know they...

...breed and handle the cows, you know, but it all honesty. You know, there are some artisan dairy farmers around. Did you could have supplied that milk to them and allow them to process that shit. Matter of fact, you could have just offered it up as free milk to any artisan or person that has to, you know, capabilities to pasteurize the milk. Come get it. If you come get it, you can take it. But instead they just turn on the Spickett sport up, you know, poured all on the ground and say fuck it now. That is really an unproductive way if we going to try to improve our shit in this new change. So those are just something I just wanted to point out because that's, you know, where we at right now in the economy and in our country, and I can't speak for other countries with. That's what's happening here in America right now. So where is the bright light or where is the optimism of where is the goodness that can come out something that can come out of as well? First of all, nature has got a really good boost out of this shit because, you know, we ain't out here burning fuel and, you know, producing fog and small and public transptate systems it down, flights it down. So we got clean her air, we got vegetation is growing back at a quicker rate than they thought and we got animals starting to breed more and they starting to pop up and show up when they didn't show up before because we chase them all the fuck away. So that's a benefit to nature itself. So when we finally do get to go back out here in nature, I think this time around we should have a little bit more respect for it and put in a little bit more effort to maintain it so that we can enjoy its beauty and abundance and it's giving of life for generations to come.

Because we fuck around and we kill all the vegetation on this fucking we sitting on a big ass rock and ain't nobody going to be doing shit on a rock, except dying. So let's get our shit together at this point and try to be, you know, good stewards of the earth. And how you want to do that? We can start by doing it in your own home, and that's one of the topics I wanted to kick on the day, which is indoor gardening. And why am I so animate on indoor gardening? because indoor gardening is beneficial and more than just you growing some shit in your house. Okay. Now, one of the benefits is it will supply you with free food, so you ain't got to worry about whether that shit around it the national, you know, chain grocery store, is fresh, or has it been sprayed with a bunch of Damn Chemicals? Or has it been, you know, shot up with some super grow chemical fertilizer? Garbage craped did you know, make it produce no seeds or whatever is GMO? You know, ones don't produce no season genetically modified shit. You know, you might want to stay away from that. So growing in your own home allows you to have all of those good pruits and vegetables that you love in your own home and then see it can go a step further because you can now process that into some of the you know, products that you normally buy out the store. You know, grow tomatoes, make your own tomato sauce, make your own catch up, things like that. You know, simple stuff that you can do at home on your own with the right equipment. And another thing that you can benefit from with indoor gardening herbs. Herbs serve a double purpose. One, if they're medicinal, they can heal your...

...ass, treat your ass or cure your ass if you fucked up from some shit that might fuck you up. And on the second tip, you can sell herbs and turn you a little side hustle profit. You know I'm saying. There's certain herbs good for blood pressure. is certain herbs good for the liver, the lungs, the heart, brain. You know, there's even certain herbs for, you know them, sexual needs. Didn't, you know, put a man up on, you know, Redwood, Oak Level? You know what I'm saying? Yeah, y'all know what the fuck I'm talking about anyway. But that's, you know, a double benefit you can get from herbs. And then, if they're culinary herbs, now you get a benefit of eating organically grown, healthy culinary herbs is going to provide you full of vitamins and minerals and all that good shit you need to fight off viruses like the coronavirus, the flu and h one and one and sires and all that other crazy shit to keep seeming to pop up. But at the same time it's going to make your food taste fucking fantastic. You don't feel like you. You know, you will use learning under Gordon Ramsey, you use on, you know, Hell's kitchen and celebrity chef or some shit, and you're going to be whipping shit up in the kitchen like you ain't ever whipped up before, especially when you pulling your own fresh ingredients and throwing them in there. please. You're going to get busy like you ain't never got busy before. Now you probably trying to figure out where I'm in an apartment or I you know, rent, I don't know if I can do all of this, that and the other. Now you had to figure out what kind of medium did you going to grow with? See, I like to use a combination. I like to go with high draphonic growing and also like to go with container growing. So it's a matter of how Yo set up is...

...determine on which one you use. Now what hydraphonics? I usually go with aquafinics more than I would hydraphonics, only because, you know, it's more of a handsoff system to where you don't have to put as much, you know, attention to it that you would say, you know the hydraphonics to check in Ph and fluid and you know all of that. Did you know takes a little takes a little time to get a past the learning curve and you know, get good at it. With aquaponics, it's more or less once you learn how to set up the system, you know the fish will provide all the nutrients needed to supply the plants and in the plants will supply the nutrients needed to feed the fish. So you kind of get a closed loop system, the symbiotic where one takes care of to other. And I say, you can grow a lot of shit that way. And you know, the fish water is great fertilizer, great for growing plants, great for growing fruits, vegetables, all that shit works out perfectly. So those are the two mediums I would look at. But the third medium I also look at would be containers, you know, where you're not no kind of you know, hydraphonic or I just simple containers, and they can be little, you know, five gallon buckets or vases, pots, you know, planners, whatever you can, you know, get your hands on that. You can put some soil in, throw some season and grow something. So Container Garden allows you to have a little bit more on hands control, but it allows you to limit and control exactly how much takes over as far as what grows from it. So you can stay in your home, you can grow and containers and then you can move containers, which is a lot different than the aquafiness of the Hydrafinis. With containers, see, I can pick that...

...bucket up and I can move it to make sure that my plants getting the optimal sunlight from whatever part of the house, just giving up the good sunlight, and then at the same time, when the sun goes down, I can move the plants in a more convenient place. That allows for, you know, your house to be normal or whatever. You know, you got to do an house, you know, I don't know. That's when you figure it out. But what container growing? You know, it gives you options to where you can put in some shelving or you can put them on shelves, you can hang them from hooks, you know. I mean you can get creative, you know, and get creative is one of the best aspects of, you know, doing indoor gardening, because you can get really creative on how you do it, how you set it up. You can make it actually look like part of the decorations in your home. You can have a living wall where you can have some shells up against the wall and just some containers sitting on the shelving and then that vegetation will grow and it will grow so much to look like your whole wall is made of vegetation. That's kind of fly. But here's the biggest benefit of all that you will get from growing inside your home compared to growing outside your whole oxygen. It's going to scrub out all that carbon dioxide out the air. It's going to pump back tons of fresh oxygen in the air, which means you'll breathe better, you'll skinal be better, your hair will be better, your lungs will be much more stronger and healthier. You'll have more oxygen in your system. And one thing I've learned over the years is that viruses diseases and bacteria cannot survive in a highly rich oxygen environment. So then plants will protect your home from getting all this coronavirus h one in one sires whatever fuck is floating around...

...out there, because you'll have so much indoor oxygen. And that's another thing that we need to work on is improving our indoor air quality, because a lot of you know, a lot of these homes, in the way they construct, in the way they built, gives you poor indoor air quality because it doesn't allow to flow of air to go through properly. And and you know, if you live in one of these states where you know it's fucking cold, then you trying to seal the fuck up in that Damn House everyone to keep cold shit from coming in there and kicking your ass when you trying to get some sleep, eat or trying to get a good fuck on. I'm telling you right now, fucking in the cold is no fun. So whoever fucking in the cold, more power to you, but I'm trying to do that Shit. So that's one reason. Is Why you know that kind of fucks up the way a house is because you know that indoor air quality gets trapped in there and then you just everything from what you cooking, what blows through the furnace, if you are smoker, particles people have when they close, when they come in, dust build up, dust. Might you know? All that shit add to pour indoor air quality, which do cause a lot of physical problems that people end up, you know, later in life developing, and it's a lot of times because of poor indoor quality are quality. If we can improve the air quality in the homes that we live we might actually be able to improve our overall health conditions because we breathe in more oxygen, and I think that's a lost art. You know, a skill that we don't practice anymore in the home. My mother, man, she when she she had a green thumb. My mother could come to your house, see a plant, tear off up belief or a stem or a piece of it, take that fucker back home, do some her little magic,...

...putting it in some water and then it'll broot up. Next thing you know, she got it in the pot with some dirt and next thing you know, six eight months later, you got this big ass damn plant taking up half the damn dining room. So she was an expert at that but I would recommend everybody start getting into that if you can. But, like I said, it's the indoor air quality that we need to improve and that's the beauty of having plants in your home. They will improve the quality of air in your own and then the fact that you can peel off your salad, peel off you, you know, vegetable, pill off you a fruit dam can't go wrong with that. You know, supply of food, fresh, organically grown food right there in your home. You just walk up, pick some get your niblong. Imagine that just one way of we can have a change for the better if we make that change ourselves instead of sitting around waiting for the government of the corporate we can do this shit right now in your own home. It's going to save you hundreds of dollars a month in your food bill when you don't have to go spend money in driving, standing in line fighting for a quality products. Over to some of the shit they mix in there to try to make him look, you know, like it's a lot, when actually what they doing is they put in a few good ones on top and then putting all that bruise messed up old ass shit. That setting the truck or warehousehold way too damn long and they try to stuff that under the bottom and put the good shit on top. So you know, you coming in there and people picking through it, he gets mixed up and then it just, you know, look like, Oh, okay, maybe it's just the way it is. So what do you in there doing? Yon? They're battling over trying to get the fresh line compared to the one with the big brown dark spot on it and the lemon, with the...

...nice and Yellow Lemon, compared to the one that looked like his damn near white and got all these low look like scar marks on it. And know that's how shit is. So this is a way to avoid that and prevent you from having to go through that shit anymore. And, like I said, everything is change is we not going to be able to go back to normal. So things are going to have to change in order for us to have something that resembles normal. But it's going to be a new normal. But we should be the ones making that change for that new normal and not let these corporations, not let these greedy fuckers and damn show, not let this orange idiot make the decision on how that change comes about, because any one of them, they gonna fuck it up for us. I guarantee you that. They gonna fuck it up for us. They're gonna fuck it up for you, they're gonna fuck it up for me. They don't fuck it up for anybody and everybody that is not sitting in their private inner circle of rich assholes. Not to say that all rich people are assholes, but let's be real, a good majority of them are assholes, sometimes no farther their own. They were just raised to be assholes because they were round a bunch of other rich assholes. You know, psychle continues. It's up to them to break it. If they choose not to, that's on them. As far as we go, we have an opportunity to create something so much better, so much bigger and so much more profound did right now. They probably shit and bricks because if this does come about, they realize we won't need to ass anymore and they need us more than we need them. Playing and simple. So keep that in mind when y'all thinking and mulling that shit over. Keep in mind about the indoor going, organic gardening, container gardening, hydraphonics gardening, aquafinics, gardening and research it. Look on Youtube, I...

...mean there are literally thousands of videos of people showing they set up, how they set it up, the way they set it up, what they use in a lot of them. Like I said, if you got one one hundred dollars, I'd recommend you do this. You put a thousand to the side, just take the two hundred and that would be more than you need to set up either a container garden system and aquiphonic system or hydrophonic system and you can be on your way to growing shit year round. Because, see, that's another advantage to growing indoors compared to outdoors. Outdoors you limited by the weather, the temperature. Indoors is a controlled environment. You can grow year round and steadily producing shit. Once you get started, you can pretty much sit back and just let it keep growing. Do the things the garden need to do. To maintain the garden, you know, not really backbreaking work, especially when it's indoors and you doing containers and aquaphonics and hydrophonics this it's a lot less physical labor that goes into maintaining that compared to growing in your backyard or have an outdoor garden, which I'm not against that either. You know that's always good, and I'll just recommend if you limited in space in your backyard or you sufferer from, you know, a lot of critters, I will go with a raised bead gardening and that would allow you to, you know, control, get a little bit of control over what grows in the garden bed, because weeds is going to be your major problem. But that depends on what technique you use to grow. I would recommend anybody, if you going to grow outdoors, look into permaculture gardening techniques, and that is a way of gardening in which, once you set it up, nature does everything for you and then you just come in to help it along. But you don't have to do any tilling, you don't have to do all that other stuff that is required, no fertilization, all that crap.

You just got to make sure it's water and you got to make sure that whatever the dead leaves or just that another you pick them off and prune them and once you start growing, to make sure you start picking off the ripe fruit so that the other ones can grow and get right too, because if you leave it on there too much and then they'll start falling off and might cause a little damage to the plant. Look into perman culture. There's a lot of online courses that are free to teach you how to do permit culture. There is a lot of youtube videos that you can follow along and learn permit culture. So look into permit culture. is basically having plants symbiotically grow with one another. Like you might have an apple tree and then on the trunk of Apple Tree you might have strawberries and grapes, vines growing around the tree and then on the ground around the tree trunk itself, you might have, say, carrots and let us growing, you know, and that's that's how it is. You know, you you let all these plants work together to support each other and they grow healthier, stronger and actually faster than they would if you did your traditional farm mean techniques, the rolls, plant water, fertilizer, till, keep doing that shit. PERMA culture shit grows faster, grows bigger and it grows naturally. So look into that. Learned about it, get into it. It's going to change a lot of shit in this country and around the world if we put this into practice. I don't think I'm going to go any further on with you know too much more techniques in this, that and the other, because I want to say something for some future episodes. But I did promise that this time around I was going to give up one undercover sex signal. Yeah, I know that's a big...

...flip, going from organic gardening to undercover sex signal, but I said I was going to do it and I'm going to do it, and so we going to look into what would be an undercover sex signal. So first let's explain exactly what is an undercover sex signal. And undercover sex signal is literally a signal that some can detect and some don't, some naturally do and most naturally don't. Put what it is is literally body language, you know, a certain look, certain move, certain gesture with the hands or the feed or the shoulder. You know, it's all considered as an undercover sex signal. You know, and I know a lot of y'all going to be out here, especially ladies, then I'm dropping dime and yes, I am dropping dime, so deal with it. But there's a reason why I'm dropping dime. Is because I would pretty much estimated about seventy percent of most men don't pick up on these undercover sex signals. I mean we straightforward, you know. We see it, we want it, we get it, we fuck it, we move on. Women are a little bit more subtle, but they're more in tune and more perceptive than men are. That's the reason why, you know, they put out these signals and it ain't they fault we don't fucking pick them up or we don't get it. In a sense of saying that, by dropping dime on these sex signals, I'm actually helping ladies. Now the guy that you want to pick up on your signals will actually knew you are giving him some signals and he will know to pick up on them. You feel me? So this can save a whole lot of headache, frustration and bullshit, because this motherfucker just ain't getting it. And then the motherfucker they do get it turned out to be exactly at a Lowli motherfucker. But you didn't get that at first, because, why, he picked...

...up on the signal. So you know, you gave him the benefit of the doubt, but he turned out to be a lowlife motherfucker. It happens. There are a whole lot of grimy basterds out here now. Let's see, we gonna pick a good one. So let's see what we got here is I want to give a little shout out to the person who wrote this book, and is called undercover sex signals by Leo Londess, and it's pretty decent. I mean, she's a psychologist. So before you start thinking this is just some old, you know, bullshit crap, you know, just want to let you know the lady is really intelligent and she the one that told on y'all. So don't get mad at me for telling it, but I'm just trying to, you know, get the word out and hopefully, you know, y'all pick up on this and, you know, try to start using some of this shit, you know. I mean it helps. So here we go. This is called the shy Geisha and the shy gay. Shit is okay, looking the way, fainting modesty, but be certain she is very open to your approach. Why? Because she is looking down in a way. If she were not interested, her eyes would stay on the same level or look up in a way. What should you do when she gives you those shy gay Shaw Eyes? Keep looking in her direction. If she looks up again within forty five second it confirms her interest in you. Didn't know that, did you? Well, now you do. So the next time you out and you about in, which we know is going to be a while because you know the lockdown thing and you happen to be socializing and and you have to look over and you see it giving you to look and she looks down and look away. That don't necessarily mean that she's not interested. It just shy Geisha Tech. Me Keep looking and if she...

...look back up at you, that might confirmed that she may actually have a little interest in you. So the next step is on the you to let her know I picked up on the signal and I am going to take action. So that will end this episode of the original Guru of good game. I once again I appreciate all of Y'all listening. I hope any of this shit I'm talking, because I'm mostly just talking shit, but I hope any of the Shit I'm talking has some very valuable information and it for you, because that is my purpose to try to give you some valuable information and I hope you enjoy the show and I hope you enjoy the information and I look forward to you coming back again and I want to say peace love here, grease, thank you for all of a like, share comments and all that, and go to the web page og. Good Gamecom and Y'all enjoy your lockdown. Peace.

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