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    S Saiyan God Mace's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pixelholic View Post
    I firmly believe satisfaction was an invention of imperialists to get people to think that they're unsatisfied with life.
    This I agree now.

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    In order to keep pushing our limits.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mace View Post
    It's a rather common statement we hear - but I wouldn't know to what lengths. How about we determine the reality from the small talk, and shed some light on how true it is. Why are we (as, humans) never really satisfied with what we have?




    /just the 1st thing that popped in my head.
    I have nothing relevant to say.
    I hope this post is dissatisfying.
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    Like, in the sense that I need food to get past Sunday? Or that I want a new TV every four years?

    I progress, man. Getting stagnant sucks.


    Quote Originally Posted by Halla74 View Post
    I love what material possessions I have, and what I do with it.

    My whole life has been devoted to balancing form and function.
    I buy good (mostly superior quality) items and don't have to re-buy them again.

    My need for more material items is only spurned by the acute manifestation of a hobby/project/interest that is somehow linked to my self actualization at a given time.

    I could not care less for common materialism, but I will not compromise on quality when it comes to buying the tools I need to make the dreams of my life come to fruition as I desire them to...

    Buy once, cry once.

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