edited 11th Dec '12 9:00:04 AM by TeraChimera
edited 11th Dec '12 12:09:18 PM by Lennik
Grifter: "You assume a role, and inside that role you become a purpose, a means to an end. There are rules to what people will believe, and they will more readily believe what they already know. You don't give your role an unexpected twist unless it benefits the purpose. Play it to the extremes: a cop is either always honest or always corrupt. Apply well-known attributes and or clichès to your role and zero in on them. Information that goes beyond the scope of your role is detrimental to its purpose. So: don't oversell your bit. Lead the horse to the water, do that just about good enough and it will decide to drink, all by itself."
edited 11th Dec '12 1:45:20 PM by Bresher
This post was thumped by the Codfish in a Derby Hat
edited 17th Dec '12 10:01:40 AM by FullMoon
edited 17th Dec '12 12:30:22 PM by Iaculus
For graphs of passion and charts of stars...
edited 24th Dec '12 11:12:00 AM by PsychoFreaX
edited 21st Dec '12 2:23:35 AM by Iaculus
~Cora M. Strayer~
edited 24th Dec '12 7:29:58 AM by KillerClowns
"Homo sum, humani nihil a me alienum puto." -Terence