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    • Richymoon Oh and somthing just to add the Venus project is one thing, but I don't just want to promote one thing, it's like u say education education education, not degree level but general awareness of your surroundings then it's up to the people what they decide is right. Peace everyone :-) Moon
    • Richymoon Hi Myles, I have been following your boos for some time now but this one got me really excited. I have also researched everything you mentioned and my beliefs have been that way for years now. I'm 28 and have been a free lance music producer and studio manager all my working life. But I will warn you I now have sold on my business and lost many friends for pursuing the speed of this knowledge as like you said in this boo people don't like hearing or re learning what they perceive to be true. But to me knowing the truth enlightened me in so many other ways and I fully support your decision in using your Internet profile in raising the awareness. I wish I had the same reach as you, but be careful who and how you say things it's easy to become an evangelist on the topic but very hard to get the message across to people who can't "get out" of the fraudulent reality that in most cases is there purpose in life, eg family mortgages 9 to 5, this is the reason I lost friends as our ideologies conflict massively with there reality. ( but the government knows this and this is why the system is like it is) Anyway.... As for myself I lived in Thailand for most of last year there are many people there who as I did if you can't beat it and refuse to join it why not find a life as far away from it as possible living as closely to nature and Eco living as is possible and in Thailand for very small amounts of money in comparison to the western world, so I'm heading back in 2 weeks to meet with some friends I met there last year. But if I can help you in anyway please let me as it's my goal to educate and change things for future generations, this project will take generations and will suffer many years of persecution and suppression by authority as the church did to Galileo but i believe in it fully, and I'm so happy to see someone with such a good reach to people sharing my views. Please keep in touch e mail me on Let's get shit started
    • LariisaM I actually have a question: your purpose is based on the ideas promoted by the Venus Project? Because frankly, some already have been promoted by the communist like: "Realizing the declaration of the World's Resources Being as the common heritage of all people.". And some are even utopian, that will never disappear or at least be diminished nationalism ... However, I would like to get involved in such a project. Let me know if there's anything I could help you out with! Larisa :)
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    • Manisha Ouch! Hearing your voice so low in the beginning kinda hurt.....hope you are better now? and its ok to be crazy..its the crazy people that are the best. Also...this is something i have to say....when you said in this podcast..that you can just go back to routine when there is a problem out there and you not being able to turn your back on it.....well i just need to say....i am proud to be one of your listeners Myles...sometimes....somethings you say....make it worth it all. :D Do what you need to do...people are waking up....whats right isn't always obvious to people.
    • yam You're doing great Myles, keep going. It's not down to you to change the world! So don't worry so much. But I think you're in the transitional stage between a life as a slave to society (having a 9 to 5 and not questioning anything) to becoming more active member of the resistance. There are people who will support you if you decide to take this new direction in life as many people have done it before you. I'm afraid that even if you did want to go back to your old ways, I think you'll find it very difficult, because once you've really started seeing things the way you do and caring about a better alternative, you can't just switch off from it, it's always with you. What you're doing is highly worth while! Help out Zeitgeist! What a great opportunity. You don't have to give up life as you know it, we all have to make sacrifices and play the game that is society to some degree, but I think you've found a new calling.
    • __MsDanaSomething Hey Myles...I know that you think a routine will take you away from what you feel you have to do, but I would argue the opposite. You need to have something that gets you up in the morning if you want to try to fix everything. You'll be of no use if your mind is constantly racing from the absence of a routine. I was unemployed for the first 6 months of this year and I thought it was gonna be great because I could sit and write all day and maybe get an agent...but when you have all that time, at least in my case, I wasted it and all my inspiration went to shit. Take care of yourself first and doors will open, I promise you.
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    • itsonlyme Don't listen to the haters. I'm sure many people have said this to you, but so many admire you because what you do is incredible. So many people love you, it doesn't matter whether your video is high quality or not. I promise you, you make so many people happy you should be really really proud of yourself. That sounds very patronising, but it's true. Besides, everyone has haters but there are so many more people who look up to you, you don't need to worry about them. Of course your videos will be remembered, only for the good things. It hasn't seemed as though you are fading out to be honest. Whenever you make a video, it does make me really happy but from my point of view, it doesn't feel as if you're fading out at all because a lost of your videos such as 'You're not alone' are ones that can be watched repeatedly. To be quite honest, I'm not sure you could ever fade out if you tried. I'm sorry that is all over the place but I was typing as I was listening otherwise I always forget what I was thinking and end up listening about 5 times then giving up. :) Katya x
    • InWhichAbbey You know, I actually only ever discovered your creative endeavors, this past stickaid. I have only ever watched one or two of your youtube videos before, but I've listened to probably 70% of these audioboo-podcasts. So, perhaps you have faded compared to the past-- I haven't followed you long enough to make that judgment. But, personally, I've interacted with your endeavors in the past few months, when I didn't even know who you were last year. You have become more vibrant to me, and not at all faded. I've just recently started making videos on Youtube, and I know how you feel being scared. I have before gone through the entire process of making a video, only to scrap the entire thing because I rarely find it as funny/impacting/cohesive as I did when I first thought up the idea. And then there's the factor of-- who will really care? I mean, I think to myself, I have a handful of subscribers right now. I doubt any of them really care whether or not I continue to make videos. You probably think to yourself, I've been away for so long and I've faded, will they even remember me; will they even care? And so it stops us from making videos. Because, material created for YouTube is, in its inherent nature, material begging to be interacted with, it is about that response, and if you're anything like me, it's that response which you fear. Because if we don't post the video then we can't get those negative comments; then there can't be an utter lack of response The videos I end up posting are ones I have enjoyed making. And at the end of it, though I have doubts about its reception, I have made something I am proud of. It's something I think funny, or thought-provoking; something I told friends about as I was making it. And most importantly, it's something that, if in five years it is brought up to question, I can stand behind it and still be proud of it, whether or not it will still be an accurate depiction of me and my thoughts. Myles, you always focus on other people, on helping them and interacting with them. But, your most recent tweet confirms what I've been concerned about for a little while now-- that your head is just above the waterline. Myles, you need to sort out yourself, first and foremost in life. If making YouTube videos has been a safe place for you in the past, if it is something that makes you happy, then Myles, you NEED to make YouTube videos. Not for the response from people. Not for any reason but to keep your head above that water, Myles. Just keep your head above that water.
    • FiremanRich Myles, start making the YouTube videos. I'll use my AudioMo 15 - Confidence as a response Audioboo:: Have a good Sunday Myles. : )
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    • tregregins After about the first two movies I just ended watching them for the hilarious traps and funny gore. I did however enjoy the plausible moral situations but because Saw just become an hour and a half of funny gore and traps, that aspect lots its appeal. You don't go see a Saw movie for the incredible story or the next generation of graphics it's just another movie for something to do.
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    • ladyarilan Yay for lyrics! Admittedly,it's not incomprehensible like a lot of the modern stuff, but it's nice to know I'm singing it right. By which I mean, yes, it was stuck in my head for part of my day at work. o_0 You have a nice early 90's vibe going on there. It gave me flashbacks.(Okay, so I was barely in elementary school in the early 90's, but that's beside the point.) The American accent was pretty sweet too. It left me wondering "Wow, do we all really sound that stupid?"... but that just means that it was accurate.
    • Blade376 This rap goes out to Charlie - coz it’s his birthday No longer a teen - 20 years of age So go send him a message - and remember to say! Give it up for Coollike - Hip hip hooray! ---------------- When McDonnel hears this song, I hope he laughs good. Cause he knows that I’m not really from the hood. So I send him my best wishes - is that understood? 
 Just have a great birthday! Like we all know you should!
    • LeaZancha hahahaha this is SO awesome!!! you have real talents I wish someone would do something like this for me!
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    • Brainchild16 Wow. This...I almost cryed. This hits close to home. I can only hope to one day be able to express myself as well as you do.
    • allie-wa You should post a text-copy of this somewhere, so I can quote it and stuff. YOU.ARE.A.PHENOMENON. I can't even...this is fantastic. I usually hate listening to poetry, it always sounds pretentious to me. But, not when Myles Dyer recites it. I mean this, you should have a radio station.
    • foreigncandle As I said in the Stickam chat when you read it aloud, I find this beautiful. Writing lyrics is no easy task and you should definitely be proud of this.
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    • allie-wa You are such a girl. I love spiders, they're adorable! Please don't kill know, they keep mosquitos and other creepy-crawlies out. I have a spider living on the ceiling of my living room, and we coexist happily. I don't really have any irrational fears, besides Slender Man...
    • HazeyKate92 I know exactly what thats like- theres been a spider in my shower for 2weeks! Everytime i have a shower i cant take my eyes off it incase it falls on me and i kill it! x
    • kelann89 I do not like spiders at all and if I found one in the house I smash it.
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    • DMK You do have a fanbase Myles, just don't deny it or call it by any other name (:
    • __pandapoop Well done Myles! I had actually got really confused when they'd all disappeared on the audioboo app haha but this is fantastic news and lets hope you continue to get support and be heard by hundreds of people worldwide! :)
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    • locspoc Nice, I really want to improve my vocal skills also, I often get told off for speaking too quietly!
    • allie-wa Oh, I've been in one choir or another since I was about 9 years old (I'm now 16). I have applied to some prestigious choirs, and I've gotten in to some, and not gotten in to others. Confidence is a huge part of the audition process. The feedback I usually get is that my voice shakes, as though I'm nervous, but after awhile goes back to normal. They say I need to be more confident, and though I know I have a good voice, I still get freaked out beforehand. For the record, if you ever need someone to help you with your voice, let me know :) There's no such thing as a "bad singer" just someone who doesn't know how to use their voice. You have the ability. :D
    • eleanora I find this a really strange, but funny concept. I am in my local church choir (Im not christian, I just always liked singing) and so I am classically trained to sing choral music, which I think Im sort of good at, but all Ive ever wanted to do is be able to sing in a rock band, which my voice is slightly to refined to be able to do without being laughed at. I guess that grass is always greeener...
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    • Atsophie It crazy because once you get a job, you just want to leave because you feel useless and terrible at it.
    • insomniacnat Myles, if you could have whatever job you wanted right now, what would it be? what's your dream job? and also, what do you mean that english people feel more secure in their jobs, different than americans who fear their job security. Im american and don't understand how it works over there... sorry if its a dumb question and I like your "pillow talk" boos :)
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    • lauramilner_ I can relate so much to this post. I myself have the same problem.. Sometimes, I want to keep myself to myself and stay secluded for the time being. I'm neither extroverted or introverted but i'd like to be able to find a stable middle so that people won't get insulted anymore. I can't handle picking up every phone call because some people can't/won't accept that I just don't want to do anything at that particular time and get insulted. I have friends that I see once every 3 weeks and accept it, and I have friends that I see once every 3 weeks and text me with things that can make me feel really guilty. For example, last week I got a text saying "I don't feel like i'm in your life anymore" - This person went to University a few months ago and it felt incredibly unfair to be put in such a position. I am content with seeing some people once every month, but it's hard to explain that to people without sounding rude. It's ridiculously frustrating and a subject which I could discuss for hours.
    • __OpenCaption Where you with Charlie and Alex?
    • xannabelxleex I listen to your audioboo and I actually think you make so much sense. When will you make a new youtube video?I miss watching them
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    • bloodrose56 My question is why were tired that you couldn't sleep? Or do u not remember cuz it was like two months ago. lol! ^_^ If you read this reply on my YouTube page:
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    • joelis99 I think this would've been a good idea.. but it has been replaced by 'eye of the storm', now, hasn't it?
    • 8-BIT-FM keep going
    • LewisCarpenter33554 this is a really good idea you should keep this up (Y)
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    • allie-wa Also: America is NOT that great, but I won't ruin your dreams.
    • allie-wa Move to America. No, seriously, get over here. I'm American, marry me. (just kidding ;D) If you move to Boston, you will legitimately live mere miles away from me (I'm from Rhode Island) so, that will be quite awesome. We can be bffs.
    • kelann89 America is a wonderful place to live :D.
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