Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by Patel, May 5, 2014.
Strong message, great video.
I thought this will end up with some awesome CB book named "Fix Your Life in 5 days" or something. Waste of 14m views
That was a wonderful video.
Even though I am in IM, I have close to 2 years without a social profile like Facebook or Tweeter. I use them just for marketing (in pseudo names).
So was i the only one who thought this would be about getting 14 million UV in 10 days? lol
But that video is 100% true, all of this is made to make us less social.
Look at New York, thousands walk shoulder to shoulder everyday and merely speak a "Hello"
We have lost touch with oneanother because we are "Strangers" so we cannot talk to each other.
Great video, Lol
:'( almost cried. But i still wont change unfortunetly and thats what sucks
Noooooo... I need those "dumb people" to use their smart phones so I can make MONEY....
PS: Anyone seen the movie 'Surrogates' ? I can imagine the internet shutting down and everyone coming outside like on the end of that movie
I imagined the same thing, however people will always be shy and no one will put down their phones.
As strong as the message is, the video wouldn't have gotten 14 million views without social media.
Great share though!
people weren't social before pads and phones. but they looked out of the windows or down at the street instead of at electronic gadgets.
This video is dedicated to Mark Zuckerberg (Everytime I need to search his surname on google to spell correctly).
But Now I got the easy tip to spell his surname - Sucker + Berg (Replace S with Z)
Agree with you 100%
@2:20: Smartphones and dumb people.
Edit: A thread I made some months ago: TV Zombies
It would be so funny if he said at the end "dont forget to like us on Facebook and follow us on twitter"
It was shared before here: http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/blackhat-lounge/671833-look-up.html
Outstanding and true
as for people being social...
Mummified Woman Found After 6 Years (Pontiac, MI)
(CNN) -- For years, the payments went out of the woman's bank account.
Nobody batted an eyelid. Bills were paid. And life went on as normal in the quiet neighborhood of Pontiac, Michigan.
Neighbors didn't notice anything unusual. The woman traveled a lot, they said, and kept to herself. One of them mowed her grass to keep things looking tidy.
At some point, her bank account ran dry. The bills stopped being paid.
After its warnings went unanswered, the bank holding the mortgage foreclosed on the house, a common occurrence in a region hit hard by economic woes.
Still, nobody noticed what had happened inside the house. Nobody wondered out loud what had become of the owner.
Not until this week, when a worker sent by the bank to repair a hole in the roof made a grisly discovery.
The woman's mummified body was sitting in the back seat of her car, parked in the garage. The key was halfway in the ignition.
Authorities say they believe the woman died at least five years ago. They're still trying to figure out what happened.
"I've been doing this 37 years. Never seen anything like this before." said sheriff Mike McCabe of Oakland County, just outside Detroit.
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