• The opposite of freedom is boredom

    Freedom is the most important thing for an aware intelligent creature. For an aware intelligent creature freedom is more important than being alive. Freedom is a sentiment, not a state. Because it is not a state, you cannot “bring freedom” anywhere, it is either felt or it isn’t at all. Because it is a sentiment […]

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  • The Robot Tax Is Not Gonna Save Your Job

    Because big companies will afford the robot tax, and will get tax breaks and tax brackets, and will fake jobs to get the breaks and into the brackets, and will lobby for conservative tax on robots, and will lobby for a jungle of legal ways to classify robots to be in certain tax classes, and […]

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  • Be predictable

    The problem with market research is that consumers don’t think how they feel. They don’t say what they think and don’t do what they say — David Ogilvy. This one insight about market research is in fact the gist of personal development. Actually, if you think about it, striving to be an ideal consumer could very well turn […]

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  • Technology makes the common too uncommon

    or how common sense became luxury. I’m an ultra selective guy and I’m not proud of it. It grew into a genuine nightmare. That’s why I neither recommend, nor endorse, such an attitude. However for those who already have it, the end of the world might come faster than for the others. Why? Because the ubiquity […]

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  • “I have nothing against gays, I just don’t like their culture”

    The problem with tolerance I have heard this sentence in the title a lot of times. And I mean a lot. I used to say it in my twenties too. Then I looked at myself in the mirror and thought about it. Year after year the rot in it crystallized more and more and at […]

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  • I am a natural born white supremacist

    I have no black friends. I have no gipsy friends. I have no muslim friends. I also have no jewish friends. I think us the white caucasians are the best. I mean, we must be. I know that we founded and led the world’s civilisation. I see us everywhere I look. All my friends are […]

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  • Why Do We Diss Day Dreaming?

    Why is that mr. Dumbledore? Is it because we need to go to work everyday? Is it because I must burn calories intensively for some moral reason? I mean dwelling on dreams is just as much living as any other part of living because if I am dead I will not dream anymore. At least […]

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  • Santa is a simulated schizophrenia

    Folks, Christmas is one thing but Santa, Santa is a different one. It is something that this millennia should phase out of childhood. When I’ll have the chance of raising a kid, I will not tell them santa is real. I think this is a horrible experience on any child, and that parents worldwide should […]

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  • Competition is a broken promise

    Ok. Here we go: if you don’t participate for participation itself if you want to win instead of experiencing the game if you want to be the best instead of sharing an experience if you want to make it instead of living it if you need the prize instead of friendly embraces if you search […]

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  • I am an instant gratification junkie

    There. I said it. I believe, this is belief not opinion, that people like you Poornima have the naturally occurring characteristic plus the kind of environment and life experience both designed to sculpt in your personality the ability to forego reward for future achievement. It is not to say that you hadn’t felt the slap of […]

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