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DOGLOVER129 wrote:

Stone Warrior wrote:

Googlydoe wrote: I occasionally find them depressing. No idea why.

The answer to your depression is a long, long, long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long,long story. I can explain it if you want.

WOW! That is a lot of long's so how many years was the story?

Actually, I'm stressing another psychological point - that if you read, hear or sea a word to many times in the same place, it will lose all meaning. Anyway, the story is very complex and there are many books about it, but it boils down to this - humans like choice. We want free will, we want to choose what happens to us. But now, we can't focus on big decisions because we have insane amounts of choice in small decisions, like buying toilet paper. In the US, there are more than 50 brands of toilet paper, and each one has at least 3 different types, and 10 different 'special offers' for each one. This is a ridiculously large amount of choice for somethig you'll use to wipe your butt, yet it's worse still with things like clothes, food, water and furniture, where there is even more variety. This is why shopping is so stressful - you're thinking about way to many different options for one tiny, microscopic choice that will(probably) not effect your life much - yet your using as much brain power as you do on a final exam. This then leads us to association, where the human mind begins to associate things and generalize, which means that you having overwhelming choice that(on a partially subconscious level) makes you associate all decisions with more than, say, 3 possibilities with intense stress, depression and mental breakdowns.

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