ZOOLON AND THE LIFE COACH

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(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.

That’s me back to work. There will be more music and video posted soon. In the meantime, you can find me at

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36 comments

    1. From the photo it was a big white American in a smart suit and a white teeth smile. Because I am a business name on twitter I get a few of these trying to motivate me and the 2000 staff they think I’ve got.

  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…

      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.

      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.

      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.

      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.

      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. 🙂

  2. I am almost certain the photograph was fake 🙂 It is not an image of a man who is stalking strangers, but it is definitely the image a struggling ‘life coach’ would use 🙂

  3. 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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