10 Ratings:

60 SECONDS THAT WILL CHANGE HOW YOU THINK


4 comments

  • Hipjipc#

    Hipjipc July 11, 2014 10:32:03 PM CEST

    @ cdoerrer You quoted a line from statik, the person who commented before you. It is sad that you can not think for yourself. And no, you missed the point entirely.

  • Hipjipc#

    Hipjipc July 11, 2014 10:28:03 PM CEST

    @Statik Your conjecture of manipulation in regards to this video makes me wonder. So now it's my turn to put conjecture on you. Maybe you think this because it is what you do in your life. Lie and manipulate. It also makes me think you are young, protected and cared for by others. It also makes me think you have very little knowledge or experience outside your personal world. I am someone who has very little and likes it that way and I can say that what is in this video is very true. There are exceptions to the rule of course. Not all that are well to do are selfish and unwilling to share, but I believe most are. But of course, those who have much would not have much if they shared or gave it away. To them money and things are security to them, more valuable than human life. Also they have an attitude about giving to those they feel are unworthy because they don't work for it. I don't have much, don't need much, but have much more than some and always share or give. Throughout my life I have experienced friends and family who are very selfish. My own mother, sister and brother are the most hoarding selfish people I know. I am so different from them that it is a personal joke amongst them that I was dropped by aliens into the family. As if my empathetic, caring and sharing traits are an abomination to the normal majority of society. Now that I am approaching 60 years old, I don't have friends anymore. I can't find any that are like me. I'm sure they are out there, just haven't found any close to me. I'd rather be alone than be around those types of people any more. They are like cancer and make me sick.

  • cdoerrer#

    cdoerrer July 8, 2014 2:25:15 PM CEST

    he is used to not having a lot so he does not care as much... i think that's the point...

  • statik#

    statik July 8, 2014 2:02:57 PM CEST

    have to say... horrible example. lol

    the first attempts were people in a restraunt, and you do not know their situation. They could of also been extremely poor or have not eaten for a while or could of been sick. Homeless guy, obviously is homeless so you know his situation, he is used to not having a lot so he does not care as much. He could of also put two and two together and figured out their "skit", OR they could of given the homeless man a heads up just to make their video look better and get more people to subscribe to his youtube channel.



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