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lettuceleafer wrote

Economics (interesting but dont care about it), current events and death.

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TLBM wrote (edited )

You don't care about death?

Does it mean you're not scared of dying?

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lettuceleafer wrote

I dont want others to die. I'm glad you clarified. You are correct Im pretty indifferent to if I live or die it's all just part of the life cycle.

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kore wrote

television shows. it seems like a lot of my friends are obsessed with watching shows on netflix or something. i guess i like movies to some extent, but i think i try to stay away from blockbuster movies on purpose

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rot wrote

sex and romance

I like both but others seem to stress over it more than I do

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pluckypunk wrote

Celebrity status. Not just within entertainment, but also within cultures and subcultures. I can enjoy someone's work (regardless of the area) without needing to elevate a person above any other person.

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onymous wrote

Productivity and "self-development"

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onymous wrote

I think any concept of mutual-aid and "autonomy" that makes resources out of people isn't one I want to exist, let alone support. I mean, of course I'm gonna do things, but I want a relationship to doing things where they're inspired, emerging directly from my own desires, not something I force myself to do. And I won't always be very active--certainly after years and years of trauma from being (self) disciplined, recovering from that probably means a period or periods of not doing very much at all.

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Dumai wrote

sex, weirdly. sex is pretty great, i don't begrude anybody for wanting it because i believe hedonism is a force for good in this world, but i feel like i could go my entire life without ever having it again and i wouldn't care

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SomeIconoclast wrote

A lot of things, but I'll say Holidays. At best they're days off for me; most are too ensconced in religion and consumerism for me to actually care. I have some respect for MLK day, but even that strikes me as something that white libs wrote into law to feel good about themselves.

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