Two Knotty Boys Showing You the Ropes: A Step-by-Step, by Two Knotty Boys, Ken Marcus

By Two Knotty Boys, Ken Marcus

Author note: Ken Marcus (Illustrations)
Publish 12 months note: First released November twentieth 2006
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This wonderful, photo-illustrated publication teaches 37 step by step strategies for tying sensual and lovely rope bondage. Knotty Boys exhibiting You The Ropes is designed for enjoyable, effortless, hands-on perform with greater than 750 images and captions, tied and written through the world-acclaimed bondage specialists the Two Knotty Boys.

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By Two Knotty Boys, Ken Marcus

Author note: Ken Marcus (Illustrations)
Publish 12 months note: First released November twentieth 2006
------------------------

This wonderful, photo-illustrated publication teaches 37 step by step strategies for tying sensual and lovely rope bondage. Knotty Boys exhibiting You The Ropes is designed for enjoyable, effortless, hands-on perform with greater than 750 images and captions, tied and written through the world-acclaimed bondage specialists the Two Knotty Boys.

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For it does interfere. If, say, a person says something, I see the word; but should another person's voice break in, blurs appear. These creep into the syllables of the words and I can't make out what is being said. ) "Lines," "blurs," and "splashes" would emerge not only when he heard tones, noises, or voices. Every speech sound immediately summoned up for S. a striking visual image, for it had its own distinct form, color, and taste. Vowels appeared to him as simple figures, consonants as splashes, some of them solid configurations, others more scattered —but all of them retained some distinct form.

Had omitted a word from a series. Indeed, not only were such instances to be found, but they were fairly frequent. Yet how was one to explain forgetting in a man whose memory seemed inexhaustible? How explain that sometimes there were instances in which S. omitted some elements in his recall but scarcely ever reproduced material inaccurately (by substituting a synonym or a word closely associated in meaning with the one he'd been given)? The experiments immediately turned up answers to both questions.

I try just to single out one detail I'll need in order to remember a word. ) The course his technique of using eidetic images took, then, was to abbreviate images and abstract from them the vital details that would allow him to generalize to the whole. He worked out a similar His Memory 43 method whereby he could eliminate the need for any detailed, intricate images. Earlier, if I were to remember the word America, I'd have had to stretch a long, long rope across the ocean, from Gorky Street to America, so as not to lose the way.

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