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  1. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Feb20_Post.mp4 Watching TV interviews is like watching a boxing match. The interviewer isn't ever really trying to make a point. One way to see these conversations is in two different categories. Where the interviewer agrees with the politics of the interviewee. These interviews are us vs. them. We, and those who agree with us are AWESOME. All those goofs out there to disagree are BAD. Or they are confrontational. And since confrontation is much more interesting to watch, most of them are like this. To start, w
  2. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Feb18_Post.mp4 Humans are not nearly as logical as we like to believe. Or at least in the WAY we like to believe. We are logical, but the inputs are subjective. For example, you're standing in front of a buffet. And you've got one more spot on your plate. A baked potato, or some fries? It may feel like a random decision, but it's purely logical. You look at both, and each one gives you a certain feeling. Most of this happens subconsciously, but it happens. Each choices gives you a feeling that is based on LOT o
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