Biggest Story on YouTube: Thumoslang!

Thumoslang | Nomenclature for Social Life

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Thumoslang is the biggest story on Ri4CTV, Rhode Island Foresight Television, a channel established in 2019 on YouTube. Soon, it will be the biggest story on YouTube. That’s because, sooner or later, it will, too, be the biggest story in your life, and in the life of most members of our humanity. If you were to tell the story of Thumoslang, you may want to start with Thumoslang101.

Thumoslang is rooted on the following: If you want to become an expert in a particular field, you must first learn of its nomenclature. Most of us are not systematically good at human relationships. We were never taught of any nomenclature for social life. There was no such teacher until 2017, when Nickantony Quach, Creator of Thumoslang, finished writing the book, THUMOS: Adulthood, Love & Collaboration, now available on Amazon.com and at Barnes & Noble.

Thumoslang101 is a video series on Ri4CTV. Its Season 1 comprises six episodes. Together they capture the same conversation between Ifeanyi Onyekaba (born in 1993), also known as, Ifeanyi the boxer or simply Boxer Ifeanyi, and the Creator of Thumoslang. This is a conversation that changes the world.

Before following the conversation, you may want to hear Ifeanyi introducing himself in the video, “10,000 Miles Away”. | Click here to watch it now, at youtu.be/L6GTUeG_RXc.

The most important episode in Season 1 of Thumoslang101 is the sixth video, “Business of the Self”, which is released on October 15th, 2019.  While it is one of the longest videos, at 77 minutes in length, it is one of the most consequential videos on YouTube. Sooner or later, you will want to watch it. However, you may want to be well prepared before watching it. First of all, it is necessary to watch the first five episodes before the day you watch the sixth episode. | Click here for Season 1 of Thumoslang101.

Two months later, the world of Jairson Ascencao (born in 1999) was changed by Thumoslang101Thumoslang102 is a follow-on series. Its first season captured Jairson’s reaction to, as he watched, each and every episode in Season 1 of Thumoslang101.

Before watching Thumoslang102, you may want to hear Jairson introducing himself in Season 1 of the series whose title goes by his full name, Jairson Ascencao. | Click here for Season 1 of Jairson Ascencao.

Here is what eventually makes Thumoslang the biggest story of all. The following idea came about when Jairson brought up the fact that he grew up without a father while we were filming Thumoslang102. As an alternative to the lack of parents, or the lack of great parents, Thumoslang is a game-changer for those who often want to bring up their disadvantage in growing up without parents, without understanding parents, or without great parents.

The first practitioner of Thumoslang is Ilaf Elard, Assistant Professor of Finance at Shanghai University of International Business and Economics. Previously, he was Visiting Assistant Professor of Economics at Brown University and visiting researcher at the Bank of England. The second practitioner of Thumoslang is Jim Sestito, a professional who resides in the Greater Boston Area. Other practitioners include both Ifeanyi Onyekaba and Jairson Ascencao.

For those who want to dig deeper into Thumoslang and its origin, check out the video collection, Thumoslang Origin.

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