Am I a TiT? Parodying Paltrow Asshole Interview with Tesla and Turing

I remembered reading a Gwyneth Paltrow interview where she said her traditional-type Dad said she was becoming a bit of an asshole. I think I seem a bit of an asshole to a lot of people for blogging here. After watching a documentary about Nicola Tesla recently, and how many of his inventions weren’t accredited to him in his lifestyle, and remembering the treatment of Alan Turing after he crucially cracked the Enigma coding system during World War Two, and then invented the computer, I wondered if while most people see me as an asshole, I am more of a TiT (a Tesla into Turing, as that’s the order of their lives, and while I don’t know Turing knew of Tesla, I guess he probably did).

Making Context Clear

While this is a parody of Paltrow’s interview, I agree with her healthy eating and life attitude, which some people see as making us assholes, but let history be the judge (if humanity survives that long!).

Those obsessed with sex (and race), will probably think that as I’ve mentioned Turing it must be because of his sexuality. No, that’s irrelevant to my point, which is just that they were mistreated by the humanity of their time, and didn’t get the credit they deserved. My sexuality during the greenYgrey years has been more like Tesla’s: asexual and more interested in his work, while trying to champion gender equality, but seventy years after Tesla’s death, the story still seems to remain the same. Tesla was also eidetic (with more of a book memory than me by the sound of it), and vegetarian.

I also don’t have the scientific genius of Tesla and Turing, but think I have some genius in writing and philosophy. Most writers and philosophers probably think the same about themselves, and I’m not arguing or competing with them; I only know my brain, and that’s all I’m writing about.

I had the vision to be celibate at a time when thousands of vulnerable and impressionable girls were apparently being preyed upon within the ‘counter-culture’, but then the liberal publishers set Russell Brand up as the ‘revolutionary’ after he’d read a bit of Chomsky, looking as if he was leading more astray, like the Pied Piper of Hamelin! He’s still living off the capitalism he was supposed to be revolting against!!

The thought I had while watching the Tesla documentary was reactivated by seeing a news story about Turing’s letters being found today. I might have known that Turing’s statue would crack the gYgPOPing (greenYgreyPinkyOrangePurple) code:

Alan Turing

For original greenYgreyvolution genius; such as identifying the main twilight sky colours the sun creates as POP (PinkyOrangePurple), before they were used as the main colours in this year’s London World Championships; and still hidden by the mainstream, like Tesla into Turing during their lifetimes:

Available to buy or borrow on Amazon and some great big bookshops.

You Are The Boss of Your Own Happiness: 50 Ways to Change Your Life Today by Theo Kay. $3.99 from Smashwords.com

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