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(The New York Times)   The science behind why you are likely to think you're going to evolve, and become a charming, witty saint, but in reality will just turn out to be another boring asshole drinking beer at a Fark party   ( divider line
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2013-01-03 10:59:42 PM  
So...wait... let me get this straight -- people remember the past better than they predict the future??  :-o

Get OUT!

I predict someone else will submit a link to this story with a more fitting Ric Romero reference in the headline.

/and if they don't, they should
2013-01-04 12:37:53 AM  
I'm pretty much the same today as I was 15 or 20 years ago. So predicting that I'll be the same in another 15 years (except older and in worse health) seems like a fair prediction.
2013-01-04 11:13:44 AM  
In my early 20's I had a moral compass with a strong sense of morality and right / wrong.
These days the moral compass more resembles the one from the Black Pearl.
Long-time friends say I'm the worse off for it. That may be true, I'm way more
comfortable in the skin of modern day corn-bread than I was back I'll take it.

And someone up-thread said it best: I can only marvel at how the corn-bread 10 years
hence will look at me now.
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