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113006 No. 113006 ID: 4241c2
Regardless of :



-skin colour

-political views



Most people in every country in the world is just uninteresting and boring .

Most people people can only talks about credits, about boring work or complaining about his health.Eveybody plays a very mature because he has got a job or or he's bought a boring used car, which he can now boast about. A typical grey , boring exemplary citizen can only talk about health,job,his wife or finances.

Seriously with how many people could you discuss about space, car tuning if someone had such hobby, RC-modeling ,origami, about philosophy , psychology , inventions , art ,about all sorts of interesting things?

The sad truth about humanity is that really extraordinary people who have extraordinary skills, abilities and interests are a definite exception to the norm in almost every country in the world.

Think how many people do you or I know who do something similar to the people described below?





>> No. 113007 ID: c917a1
>The sad truth about humanity is that really extraordinary people who have extraordinary skills, abilities and interests are a definite exception to the norm in almost every country in the world.
Yeah, no shit. By definition, extraordinary things are an exception from the norm. So most people are not going to be knowledgeable about the exceptional things that you may be interested in.

I just saw a 2017 documentary about race car drivers in the 1950s called Ferrari: Race To Immortality where the iconic Scuderia Ferrari battle to stay on top in one of the deadliest decades in motor racing history, led by Enzo Ferrari, a towering figure in motor racing who was driven to win at any cost.
And the cost was amazingly high where champion race car drivers were getting killed in record numbers. Like 39 drivers killed between 1950 to 1960. The film shows the worst accident in car racing history at the 1955 crash at Le Mans that killed driver Pierre Levegh and approximately 80 spectators with over 100 being injured in total when his car was hit, sending it flying 100 yards, landing on a safety wall, blowing the car up and shearing the front axle off that tore through the spectator stands, butchering all those people in an instant. This, among many other car crashes on and off the tracks show the incredible dangers these exceptional people risked every Sunday in order to do what they love and compete for glory.
Ferrari: Race to Immortality - Trailer https://youtu.be/agnMz_DdSA4
Le Mans Motor Racing Disaster (1955) | British Pathé https://youtu.be/RMoh5hZAaZk
>> No. 113029 ID: 751d6a
Yeah no shit. I went to Walmart (1st time in a long time) the other day. South GA mind you. I was stunned by how fucked the local had become. Mutants everywhere. My current contract job I took which I shouldn't have taken due to lower level position it was (just some busy work figured why not). Haven't ever worked this low of a position in aviation before. Holy shit. The workers are so fucking mundane and bland. They only talk about cool cars and sports. Their eyes glaze over when I mention something historical or a new concept. They never connect the dots when I make analogies. My humor just goes over their heads. Their attention spans are less than a minute and I have yet to be able to hold a conversation about anything of substance long enough to make my point, therefore everything I have to say is rendered pointless every time. To think, I don't even consider myself a smart guy...

We need a famine or something.

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