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https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jan03_Post.mp4 I remember a particular daydream that I enjoyed back in Junior High School. It would usually "happen" in English class. One the most boring classes I ever had. One of the most boring teachers I've ever had. With one of the lamest teachers I've ever had. The daydream was somehow having been "discovered" by a movie star I had a crush on way back then. The day dream was I'd be sitting in class. Somebody from the office would interrupt the class, with a "call slip" saying I had to report to the principals offi
https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jan01_Post.mp4 Humans love to daydream. Normally, this is thought to be a waste of time. We even chastise ourselves. You're watching an interesting movie or TV show. Your mind starts to wander. Then the music indicates something significant just happened. So you go back and see what you missed. This happens quite a bit in conversations. Some studies indicate that if you're sitting in school watching a lecture, your mind drifts about every 10-15 seconds or so. This is why studying on your own is about the least