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christie19:

So in class the other day we were learning about the sleeping habits of newborn babies when one of the guys says “I would nickname my baby Gotham, so in the middle of the night when the baby cries my partner can whisper “Gotham needs you” and I would feel excellent about having to get out of bed”.

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This is 35 seconds of Neil deGrasse Tyson dancing or: The greatest 35 seconds of your entire life.

I really just want to be friends with Neil deGrasse Tyson.

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Why do we check email, twitter, facebook so frequently? We don’t know when the reward is coming. Sometimes tweets are hilarious, sometimes boring, sometimes offensive. Some emails tell you that you got a job, some say you got rejected, some are from your parents complaining you don’t call them enough, some are from writers asking you for a comment. This unpredictability makes us want to be constantly checking these media. If we knew the good tweets all came at 9 a.m., we would just check Twitter then. I imagine video-gaming environments often have this same sort of structure.
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A Sunday Conversation

Me: We should have breakfast for dinner more often

Him: We should have breakfast for dinner ALL the time!

Me: But then it wouldn’t be ‘breakfast for dinner’…it’d just be dinner.