ZOOLON AND THE LIFE COACH

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george-11

(above, a near death experience)

I had a motivational life coach type person message me on Twitter. He wrote that there is no such thing as a problem because all problems are just challenges. I am presuming he has never lost the pin numbers for his bank cards or forgotten his parachute when jumping out of a plane. I don’t think he understands that he’ll never sell that sort of enthusiasm to a happy fatalist.

I read his message just before going to sleep. I dreamt I met Batman. Strange dream. He said he was depressed and couldn’t face helping people out until he felt better. He asked me if I could take over for a few days. I said, ‘no problem’.  I didn’t see it as a challenge. Robin didn’t feature in my dream. That’s probably a good thing.

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36 comments on “ZOOLON AND THE LIFE COACH”

  1. You actually reminded me of a time *I* dreamt of Batman and Robin–not the current forms of these two, but the hippy, campy 1960s versions with Adam West and Burt Ward. I was a kid when I had this dream–I actually remember dreams better than proper life memories. I distinctly recall that vines had covered the batmobile and that Batman and Robin wanted to stay in this theme park with flying swings for ever and ever, but I had to get them out. Can’t recall the villain…Joker’s too easy, it might have been King Tut or something…

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      1. No, I’ll still call him a superhero–he is the one out there who’s fighting with his wits, after all….and billions of dollars’ worth of technology, but his wits, too, right? Riiiiiight? That and I’m a bit biased–he has best rogues gallery of any comic book hero.

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      2. Robin should have been a girl. It would give him a credibility the rogues would not have dealt with. Maybe the odd kidnap with Batman sorting it out. I do like they way the rogues have physical and mental disabilities that they work to their advantage.

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      3. Indeed. Ever watch the animated series from the early 90s? Brilliant. Done with an art-deco style, dark and menacing–dream-stuff, almost nightmare. Every origin story they did for a villain was gorgeously terrifying.

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      4. It was amazing. If you ever get the chance, watch the film BATMAN: MASK OF THE PHANTASM. Hands-down the best Batman movie. Yes, better than that Dark Knight nonsense. The same composer for the film, a bona fide good mystery, too, unlike the action-spectaculars of the “normal” films.

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      5. Burton’s first BATMAN will always be a favorite in terms of style and fun, but the animated Batman’s far more special in its unique timelessness. I even dug the Justice League cartoon, the Superman cartoon, the Batman: Beyond cartoon…and so on and so on and yes I’m a bit of a nerd. 🙂

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  2. The opening to your well-written article has me hooked!

    “I had a motivational life coach type person message me on Twitter. He wrote that there is no such thing as a problem because all problems are just challenges. I am presuming he has never lost the pin numbers for his bank cards or forgotten his parachute when jumping out of a plane. I don’t think he understands that he’ll never sell that sort of enthusiasm to a happy fatalist.”

    Thank you for sharing this with the WordPress community!

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