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    Speaking of YouTube, I just followed this link from Reddit and am wtf/loling so hard right now.

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    Sometimes I really think life wants me dead, but I'm not going anywhere. Out of spite, bitch.


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    I growled again but this time, it was a low growl. So the waitress starts to take my order but someone waves at her and she walks away, so I growled. I don't think she heard me though. I'd tweet it to the world but I'm not on some obscure tv show so I doubt people would care.
    If bees did go extinct, we could always hire people to dress up as bees and pollinate flowers with tiny feather dusters. Sure it'd be more expensive, but there are also millions of idle teens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tellenbach View Post
    I growled again but this time, it was a low growl. So the waitress starts to take my order but someone waves at her and she walks away, so I growled. I don't think she heard me though. I'd tweet it to the world but I'm not on some obscure tv show so I doubt people would care.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mole View Post
    Well, once we lived in a society based on scarcity, but now we live in a society based on plenty.

    Once we lived in a society based on might is right, but now we live in a society based on the rule of law.

    Once we lived in a spoken culture, but now we live in a literate culture.

    And once we lived in a literate culture, but now we live in an electronic culture.

    Once we lived in a society based on money, now we live in a society based on attention. We now live in the Attention Society and we pay each other in attention.

    Our main problem is that we are paying exorbitant attention to a tiny one percent and paying little or no attention to each other.

    Americans are good at revolution, so may I ask them to have an Attention Revolution?
    I don't know if what I do is all for attention, but it's probably a common need, especially among ExFx types. I would imagine an attention revolution either as everyone suddenly realizing that they don't need (so much) attention, or a spontaneous shrinking of everyone's world so that they occupy a relatively larger space, making attention easier to get.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haven View Post
    I don't know if what I do is all for attention, but it's probably a common need, especially among ExFx types. I would imagine an attention revolution either as everyone suddenly realizing that they don't need (so much) attention, or a spontaneous shrinking of everyone's world so that they occupy a relatively larger space, making attention easier to get.
    The answer is simple: we cease paying attention to celebrities and start paying attention to one another.
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    So I was looking at the old yearbooks and I noticed that only the senior class pictures were in color. Do schools still do this to save money? Not only were the other classes in black and white, but they were smaller. Sure seniors are more important, but the school could've raised more money to put out a higher quality product. I'm sure schools are putting out DVD yearbooks with video on them these days.
    If bees did go extinct, we could always hire people to dress up as bees and pollinate flowers with tiny feather dusters. Sure it'd be more expensive, but there are also millions of idle teens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tellenbach View Post
    So I was looking at the old yearbooks and I noticed that only the senior class pictures were in color. Do schools still do this to save money? Not only were the other classes in black and white, but they were smaller. Sure seniors are more important, but the school could've raised more money to put out a higher quality product. I'm sure schools are putting out DVD yearbooks with video on them these days.
    So since I randomly have hs yearbooks nearby, I flipped through them. Nope, every page was in color.

    Though I live in a upper-middle class area and the yearbooks were pretty expensive IIRC. I have no idea why I have some.
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    I really have a strange ESFP sample group: two nerdy mid-twenties guys with no artistic ability and no idea when to stop pontificating.

    Part of a general trend of knowing very few SPs, and even fewer that I actually like. In contrast, I'm completely surrounded by NFs.

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