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Old 01-15-2016, 10:59 PM   #20 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by P-hack View Post
my point is of course not what you "love" to do, but how the population (or population centers) affect our own perceptions regarding what is important.
Obviously the most important things humans can do are chasing balls. Nothing garners more energy, investment, debate, adulation, and obsession than the worship of ball chasers.

pgfpro: That was my theory too- if you choose what you love to do as a profession it could ruin it by becoming the daily grind. So I sought to design vehicles as my "daily grind" and fly airplanes for fun.

Well, that didn't work out in the long run but it was fun for a while. Now my hopes and dreams are simply that people leave me the &&&& alone. :/
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