That would be a reasonable thing to say if the world all ran Windows. This is in fact very much not the case. Apple users are forced to use Silverlight if they wish to use Netflix, and there is no auto-update feature. You have to download the latest DMG to your desktop, shut down your browser, and install it. Very 1995...
Take a quick peek at this video.
Can you put yourself in that woman's place? Do you get why making inappropriate jokes behind a woman's back is intimidating and uncomfortable?
Thanks for everything Rob. Back in 1998 when I created my account I thought I had fallen into geek heaven. I found myself compulsively hitting reload hoping for a new story to show up.
I remember many a time reading TFA and finding that it linked to something else that was interesting. I followed those rabbit holes for days sometimes, and some of that was even before tabbed browsing... I wish I had the time to describe all of the wonderful things I learned and the places that knowledge took me... Suffice to say, I appreciate what you started, it means a lot to me.
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This information is not surprising to me.
When you believe there is an afterlife, you are never forced to get comfortable with the idea of death. It takes a long time to deal with the topic of your own demise, perhaps even a lifetime.
This is reminiscent of a teenager who is learning to awkwardly define who they are. Over time, after trying many things and failing at some and succeeding at others, the kid turns into an adult. The path behind them, full of good and bad experiences, defines this person and shapes who they are as an adult.
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Anything that seeks to insulate you from reality, prevents you from maturing. The end result will not be pretty when it comes to a terminal issue like death...