reality distortion field


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reality distortion field

The capability that some individuals possess that allows them to persuade others to do or believe something that would otherwise seem impossible.
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Jobs used his reality distortion field to "rally the troops," so to speak, but "Mountain Lion" will ensure Apple can tout its closed, highly-secure operating system for the foreseeable future in a much more realistic sense.
As we begin 2012, let's take the time to imagine the power of a reality distortion field. We can make Utah not what it is, but what it should be.
I feel the lure of belief in my mind and heart, and I want to see as clearly as I can through that reality distortion field. Maybe we all want to believe, but for some of us that makes it harder, not easier.
With Apple expected to announce its new iPhones shortly after the Pre release, Palm and Sprint should probably try to sell as many Pre's as they possibly can before their own "reality distortion field" wears off.
Hoffman radiates so much acting technique that he's a bit miscast as the guiltily cringing molester: you keep expecting the expert thespian to turn on his reality distortion field and bluff his way out of the jam his character is in, but he never does.
BILL You've experienced the RDF (Reality Distortion Field) that often accompanies an intense trip with someone you like.
TV in America created the most coherent reality distortion field that I've ever seen.
He is known for the "reality distortion field" he carries with him, which causes otherwise skeptical subordinates to sign on to do "insanely great," and probably impossible, tasks.
Once it was obvious that things were going awry--once the Mad Hatter was in control, and the Reality Distortion Field was in place--why didn't someone blow the whistle on the madness?
There's now a dedicated Enterprise Customer Unit sales force and a network of third-party "solution providers." Maybe we've drifted too far into the Microsoft reality distortion field, but we're especially struck by the sense of mission these issues inspire among Microsoft people.
Steve Jobs' legendary reality distortion field is certainly beginning to slip if no one at Apple's WWDC presentation team foresaw the strangeness of including a knockoff celebrity.