We all ride on auto pilot sometimes, its unavoidable.
BTW I'm not really interested in hearing about ways of avoiding engaging auto-pilot. I know that's the ideal and can be done to some extent but it is not a pragmatic solution particularly for bored commuters.
Trying to ignore Mr Soap, who's lying to us, lying to himself, is a newbie or never rides on the road.
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Read my mutterings:
The Spin Doctor wrote
<<we need a psychologist I suspect!
An important feature of production rules is that they are goal-dependent: a production rulewill only fire when it matches to the appropriate goal. Although production rules becomemore readily selected as a function of practice, production rules will only fire when theappropriate goal is active. For example, a red traffic light will only automatically activatethe actions of braking when the goal of driving is active; when one is walking, the brakingresponse by the foot will not take place when one meets a red traffic light
just the life saver stopped a nasty spill, and he's got the cheek to say sorry mate.......
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