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Why are humans excited by violence, hundreds of thousands of people watched public executions, violence is inherent to human nature, when conversation fails all we have is violence, , guns as technology, flooding The Coliseum, the end of revolutions and more...
How Steve Rinella Spent a Year in the American Wild to Re-create a Feast from the Classic Recipes of French Master Chef Auguste Escoffier, The village storyteller is as old as language. Only there are 6 billion villagers and podcasts are the campfire, building bonds over shared experiences.
Doing what you dread immediately, early employees of Facebook refusing to use Facebook, the downside to training your brain for short term feedback loops, "billionaire? what the fuck is that word?", hang around smart high functioning people and copy what they do.