If you like to channel hop I recommend changing stations whenever they do a Weeping Zoom.
A Weeping Zoom is when the camera senses impending tears and very abrubtly invades the personal space of the emotional person.
It is a strange and awkward device which has been around for about 20 years. I even saw them do it to John Peel when he was choked up talking about his mildly wayward son.
When it happens it feels only as if the camera person has suddenly woken up from a snooze.
If you use this moment as a trigger to take your custom elsewhere you get some idea of how many Weeping Zooms there are.
SO: WEEPING ZOOM = END OF DOCUMENTARY.
ALSO: Turn off the sound for adverts and look out of the window.
I don’t want to write a blog so here goes…
I always seem to just accept it when my brain stops working.
I suspect though that this is not true for everyone.
Whenever I get minimum-Brainflow I do feel a small amount of anxiety but I either do nothing because I’m not really bothered OR I accidentally start it going again, ironically by doing exactly the same (i.e. NOTHING).
At this point I do not take anything.
If you simply lie on the floor with the intention of doing nothing at all, after about ten minutes your brain starts frantically thinking things which aren’t quite as great as they seem to be. But that doesn’t matter because it feels exciting.
And you can see that this has reactivated Brainflow.
I do not offer this as a remedy. Low Brainflow is fine.
SO: LIE DOWN ON THE FLOOR TO REACTIVATE BRAINFLOW.
ALSO: Minimum-Brainflow is not connected to The Awful Dip.
ALSO: Quite good. Not very clear.
ALSO: End of blog.