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Attention-seeking is a new disease in which people are willing to risk any and everything for it. It’s worth the price of money, freedom. self-respect and all that-for 15 mere minutes. Nobody cares about much past 15 minutes unless it is authentically and experience of the self and it/our immediate, tangible, interested-party/unti reach and concern.
I just met a girl at the store from Flint the other day who told me Flint is in no better condition today than the day it went viral.
Let it go. 15 minutes is not that deep people. Once you have a true grasp of the value of what 15 minutes is to your own life and truly understand that the Internet is gon’ net and video’s all day are gon’ video and that this Internet thing is just apart of life as waking up everyday, the need to seek attention for no reason won’t be as alluring and addictive.
P.S. I must admit, his video (the 1st minute of it that I gave my time) was ignorantly funny, though. I did laugh a lil’ bit.