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“One bizarre unintended consequence of the rollback in helmet laws: more human organs available for transplantation”.
You know what? I bet if this were the premise of a drink-driving campaign e.g. organs depicted driving cars, I’m sure drink-driving rates would drop drastically, because human beings are not, by nature, altruistic.
“In short, in our focus on increasing the amount of food we produce today, we have accidentally put ourselves at risk for food shortages in the future”.
“Pay for experiences, not things. A thing is something that takes up space in your house. An experience changes who you are as a person. One cannot be replaced, while the other can easily be replaced. Give me junky furniture and a lifetime of memories”.
In my case, give me no physical gifts, please.
I was thinking the exact same thing when I heard the news!
“You need to contact up to 30 people to sell your business, or raise initial money for your fund, or get a job, or whatever… . What this also means, is that if the supply in the market you are aiming for is not 30 (i.e. if you are building a product that ONLY Google would ever want to buy) then you are probably in the wrong market”.