Rethinking thinking.

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+26 1. Rexxae commented 11 years ago

Snotr should rethink their filesize, seriously, I need to wait 10 minutes o watch a 5 minute video. Older video's work fine though.
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+10 2. LQoQK commented 11 years ago

I think this video damaged my thinking. now I need to thinkk on how I think which I used to do it automaticly :(
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+10 3. Watchman commented 11 years ago

All this is saying is to try and see things from a second perspective. It's fairly simple and everyone should do it.

Then again there will always be jerks cutting in line, no matter how you much you think about it.
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+4 4. moskwiz commented 11 years ago

#1 Maybe you should rethink your choice in ISP instead ;)

Good clip, thanks for sharing!
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+8 5. curator commented 11 years ago

it's a common problem on snotr these days.
troll elsewhere
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-4 6. Stillgoose commented 11 years ago

Either fix your internet speed by upgrading your windows 98 pc's people. Or Snotr could just piggy-back off youtube. Just saying.

Rethink Thinking
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+4 7. filter commented 11 years ago

He should rethink not putting his seatbelt on.
At least he put a helmet on, though.
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+4 8. sartre commented 11 years ago

#4 I can't speak for myself but I do know that some people are on monthly quotas with their ISPs, it's very common in Australia and New Zealand for example. So a video that's 126MB is a significant chunk of someone's quota, especially if there is no good reason why it's so large. This video is a simple animation, it could have been recoded to be much smaller with no loss of information or entertainment value.

On to the video itself: it's good to evaluate your own thinking every so often but we wouldn't get much done if we had to constantly examine our thought processes. In the example he gave, 99.99% of the time someone takes your parking space they have no valid reason and our reactions are probably correct.
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+4 9. captain_obvious commented 11 years ago

internet is cheap. 126mb isnt much. 20 years ago it was. if you have to pay your provider for each gig you download. i recon you should seriously switch provider.
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+5 10. sartre commented 11 years ago

#9 read here:

Kiwi users have no choice on capped broadband.