From Strangers to Family in 80 Days

Using Thumoslang as Nomenclature for Social Life

Nickantony Quach
Dec 19, 2019 · 4 min read
From Strangers to Family in 80 Days

This may one day be considered the article that changes the world. It begins with an image that may one day be considered the image that changes the world. If you’re totally happy with your current life, don’t even think of reading the rest of this story, which may turn out to be your life’s game changer. At the very least, you as the individual will become far more powerful than you’ve ever been led to believe.

[2] The code name for the above featured image is Thumosimage308, herein referred to simply as Ti308. The title of the image is, From Strangers to Family in 80 Days, because that’s what happened to a handful of strangers in Providence, Rhode Island in 2019. They all appear in the image. Between the first Thursday of September and the last Sunday of November the same year, they formed an intellectual family, whose ultimate product is a brainchild. This is a still-developing reality-television story of how a handful of strangers grow together long after they went from strangers to family in 80 days.

[3] If you’re desperate for a systematic solution to the Black Mountain as described by the article, CoalMont S1E1 Hello, World, the following reality-TV story is for you.

[4] This story is important to many because of the following. Even with only a high school or college education, anyone new in a sizable town can settle down and systematically turn a handful of strangers into an intellectual family in 80 days. How this is possible is explained by the rest of this story. It is especially important for those who are smart, in need of collaboration, but have no ideas how to get a group effectively started.

[5] To set the stage for the story, we need to introduce four videos: the master-, the child-, grandchild-, and the original video. The first one is the master-video, in which two friends were, at one point, watching a child-video. At the same moment, the third person in the child-video watches a grandchild-video. At the time, the fourth person in the grandchild-video watches what is referred to as the original video.

[6] The featured image is the screenshot taken at three minutes and eight seconds into the master video, the video that changed our world. Its name is Game Changer, and it is Episode 1 in Season 8 of the YouTube series NDBaker93. Unless your YouTube viewing device is sensitive enough, it’s very difficult to pause the video at the exact moment as shown by the featured image. In the video, the featured image appears (at t=3m08s) long before Jairson Ascencao drinks his water but only a millisecond right after Alec Mustafayev, in red and black plaid flannel shirt, clicked on the mouse. This moment in time is referred to as the moment of Ti308. | Watch the master video at t=3m08s

[7] In the featured image, sitting to Jairson’s left is his former schoolmate Elias Turner, a senior at The Met High School. At the moment of Ti308, they were watching the child video, How The Children Should Speak The Parent Language, which captured the story that changed the creator of Thumoslang’s life. The moment his third grader whipped him with his own philosophy. This video is Episode 11 in Season 6 of NDBaker93. That moment is at 41 seconds into the child video. | Watch the child video at t=41s

[8] In the child video, at the moment of Ti308, Alec was watching the grandchild video, Mark Canny. This video introduces Mark as one of the original creators of the Thumos Philosophy, whose nomenclature is Thumoslang. It is also Episode 18 in Season 1 of NDBaker93. That moment is at 28 minutes into the grandchild video. | Watch the grandchild video at t=27m59s

[9] In the grandchild video, at the moment of Ti308, Norman D. Baker, in white shirt, was watching the original video, Master of the Sky. In this video Nickanthony Quach explains the origin of the Thumos Philosophy. The original video is Episode 2 in Season 1 of the YouTube series PVD Philosophy. That moment is at 18 minutes and 50 seconds into the original video. | Watch the orginal video at t=18m50s

Day One | First Encounter

[10] On the first Thursday of September 2019 (Day Minus 19), a few weeks after Jairson turned 20, he was in the tree flirting with a girl when Nick first saw them. Minutes later, the filming began and the flirting continued. At the time, neither Jairson nor Nick could realize that they and a handful of other strangers would, by the last Sunday of November the same year, become an intellectual family. They went from strangers to family in 80 days through the use of Thumoslang as the nomenclature for social life.

[11] That was Day One when we first met. However, Day One in this story is also Day Minus 19 in the story Startup: Idea to Business in 100 Days. This story is about how Jairson and Nick went from strangers to family in 80 days whereas the other story is how Jairson went from an idea to a business in 100 days.

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Nickantony Quach

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Founder of Ri4CTV, a channel on YouTube, Creator of Thumoslang, the nomenclature for social life, and Father of One, who works for the NFL

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