Stupid Questions Thread - January 2014

Society, by survival, in the survival of the fittest sense, stimulates people to be of service, be interesting, useful, effective, and even altruistic.

I suspect, and would like to know your opinion, that we are, for that social and traditional reason biased against a life of personal hedonic exploration, even if for some particular kinds of minds, that means, literally, reading internet comics, downloading movies and multiplayer games for free, exercising near your home, having a minimal amount of friends and relationships, masturbating frequently, and eating unhealthy for as long as the cash lasts.

So two questions, do you think we are biased against these things, and do you think doing this is a problem?

What are you working on? July 2013

Is there anything cool happening anywhere else?

[LINK] Analysis of why excluding hostile people is worth it

It made me think of your inner asshole from slide one. By all means, try to do it. try this: Try anything.

Life hack request: I want to want to work.

I suspect, about the bissexuality hack, that just going there and kissing a non bearded guy works faster, and only if that doesn't do the trick one should start using slowmotion behaviorism.

Life hack request: I want to want to work.

I suspect working with someone only works when the someone you work with is goal driven by a goal that matters at least a little bit to you. I have no one who shares my goals enough to both 1) want to work alongside me 2) be among those whom I'd have working alongside, if given a chance.

BTW my goals can 90% be achieved alone in the sense of without a partner, but not in the sense of without a motivational human driving force.

Life hack request: I want to want to work.

I suspect it is possible to be blissfully improductive forever, and that thought alone can dominate my attention for weeks.