I hear ya Barry - win-win situation for you. More people means more anonymity, more people to spy on, more conversations that you couldn't help yourself overhear, more female butts that you couldn't keep your dirty hands off yet every encounter ending up as a live feed on FFL, invariably leading to TM & Maharishi, invariably displaying your bondage, yet hilariously titled as free man in Paris.
Be careful Barry there may come a time when Parisians will get wind of it and ban your from cafes. On Jun 6, 2013, at 12:41 PM, turquoiseb <no_re...@yahoogroups.com> wrote: > I've characterized the fun I've been having comparing the > psychic/energetic auras of the two cities I bounce back and forth > between as "surfing mindstates." Tonight I got curious as to how much > the difference I perceive between the two places might be due simply to > population density. So I did a little research, and here's what I found. > > "Paris remains by far the developed world's most densely populated major > municipality (over 1,000,000), at 63,374 per square mile, excluding the > peripheral parks, (24,450 per square kilometer). The ville de Paris is > approximately double the density of the former municipality of Tokyo > (now the 23 wards), three times as dense as inner London and six times > as dense as the municipality of Greater London. Paris is at least 2.5 > times as dense as the municipality of New York (however, the borough of > Manhattan, or pre-1898 municipality of New York is more dense than the > ville de Paris)." > > Well, I thought that settled it. But then I did a little more research, > and found that Leiden has one of the highest population densities in the > Netherlands, at 5,345 per square kilometer. It's not population-dense by > Paris standards, but it's positively crowded by Dutch standards. > > Still...it's more still. Go figure. > > Maybe it's just sheer numbers of people, Leiden having one-tenth of the > population of Paris. Maybe it's that the two cities are built on > entirely different energy matrices. Beats me. > > All I know is that it's really FUN to surf between one mindstate and the > other on a near-weekly basis. And I get to do it again tomorrow. Banzai! > >