“My theory, which my clinical findings support, is that we constantly mirror the world, conforming to its needs, trying to win its love and approval. And each time we mirror the world, it creates a little reciprocal hunger to be mirrored back. If that hunger isn’t filled, we develop what I refer to as “mirror neuron receptor deficit.”” — Mark Goulston
This was written in 2010 and might explain the whole maskhole phenomenon.
When @chris mentioned CD Singles earlier, I had to go through mine. I do remember owning music CDs that were smaller than the usual size, and even having adapters for them, but don’t have these anymore.
That said, I have plenty of CD singles. They had a few songs on them, but were full size. Some even came with extra art and whatnot.
Yeah, I have a LOT of Pink Floyd ones.
Listened to one of my earliest episodes of PhoneBoy Speaks and...I sound terrible. Not sure I'm any more coherent than I was 8 years ago, but at least the sound quality on current episodes is better :P
This one is a bit about how we (don't) look at energy usage.
Meanwhile, people at my day job are getting M5M coverage for the fake Covid-19 vaccine cards. Still amazes me people are paying for these when there are many ways to generate these online.