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“Education and intelligence are two different things. Intelligence comes from experience, from reality. You can do two things when you have a lot of bad luck, you can get pissed off, feel sorry for yourself and blame everybody else. Or you can say ‘shit happens’. I’d like to say I was born a legend, but it took me a while. But, Iam a legend. Every time I interact with people, everyone’s different, I’m learning, I’m keeping on top of my game…Sometimes you get different things going on. One guy was having a bad day on the tube the other day and told me to fuck off when all I said was ‘hello’. But then, on the other hand, I stopped a robbery on a train in my fifties, against five street kids in Sydney. I’ve been like this a long time. The University in Canberra did an experiment with people about personal space. They’d get all up in your face and threaten you. They said to me, “You’re very unusual, you don’t have any personal space,” which is true. I find if you keep calm there’s never any problems. People say some funny things to me, but I’d say over 90 percent of people, I win round. The Happiest Man in the World (via VICE)
  1. “Education and intelligence are two different things. Intelligence comes from experience, from reality. You can do two things when you have a lot of bad luck, you can get pissed off, feel sorry for yourself and blame everybody else. Or you can say ‘shit happens’. I’d like to say I was born a legend, but it took me a while. But, Iam a legend. Every time I interact with people, everyone’s different, I’m learning, I’m keeping on top of my game…

    Sometimes you get different things going on. One guy was having a bad day on the tube the other day and told me to fuck off when all I said was ‘hello’. But then, on the other hand, I stopped a robbery on a train in my fifties, against five street kids in Sydney. I’ve been like this a long time. The University in Canberra did an experiment with people about personal space. They’d get all up in your face and threaten you. They said to me, “You’re very unusual, you don’t have any personal space,” which is true. I find if you keep calm there’s never any problems. People say some funny things to me, but I’d say over 90 percent of people, I win round. 

    The Happiest Man in the World (via VICE)

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