Aaron Barringer

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Aaron Barringer
Posted over 2 years ago
Telling the truth: are there limits?
If everyone is honest all the time, there would have been no reason to hide anything. There would be no danger if all is open and clear. To lie to someone not only harms them but harms yourself. You have to spend more resources on continuing the illusion. When you tell the truth, you do not have to remember what you said, and you do not have to be worried about what may be coming for you. If the truth causes that same trouble (example of pissing people off) you shouldn't have dealt with that violent and primitive person to begin with.
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Aaron Barringer
Posted over 2 years ago
Jeff Hancock: The future of lying
"Man is least himself when he talks in his own person. Give him a mask, and he will tell you the truth" Oscar Wilde I feel this is true, as it Anons reveal what they really are. It shows people who are inclined to lie who will, but it reveals the sincere people.
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Aaron Barringer
Posted over 2 years ago
Daphne Bavelier: Your brain on video games
Now my thoughts go to a little bit of paranoia when people mention training something subconsciously (An example being that you can take the bad stuff, the training, and present it in a chocolate form, the fun bit) and what could be done by a government or group with it. There is such a thing as brainwashing and it happens all the time (especially at younger ages, but still doable, though significantly harder, at later ages) Also, I cannot imagine my grandma playing these games