Ryan Selkis on Token Curated Registries and Crypto Industry: "Many ICOs Are Terribly Overvalued": Messari Token Curated Registry founder Ryan Selkis has taken a jibe at the ICO industry, declaring that it is fundamentally misused for primarily fundraising purposes and that the speculative environment around ICOs has created a situation where many ICOs are “terribly overvalued.” Speaking wit... #ICO, #InvestmentFunds, #Messari, #RyanSelkis, #SEC, #TCR, #Token#Altcoins, #Bitcoin, #Commentary, #Investment, #News
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Game of Thrones Commentary Season 3 Episode 4 (Emilia/Daenerys scene) featuring Diana Rigg and Alex Graves.
"She's wonderful" - Diana Rigg to Emilia Clarke
"She played it like an experianced 50 years old actor would and I was really blown away by her" - Alex Graves to Emilia Clarke
Nickelback is from Canada.
Therefore, all bands from Canada suck.
We make generalizations in order to make sense of the world around us. When we encounter something we want to know how to interact with it. It's part of our survival instinct. If I see something that is long, slithery, and has a rattle at the end of it I can generalize that it is a rattlesnake and it is dangerous. What taught me that? Experience.
Generalizations become overgeneralizations, or simply stereotypes, when the assumptions are unfounded. When we internalize those stereotypes, we solidify them with confirmation bias. We choose to see the evidence that we want to see instead of seeing it all. Canadian band Nickelback sucks. Avril Lavigne is also from Canada and she sucks, too. See? All bands from Canada suck! What about Rush, The Guess Who, or The Band? Are they exceptions to the rule or is the rule false to begin with?
We can live in a world where stereotypes are true. Where everyone is judged and put into groups based on gender, race, social status, etc. Or we can live in a world where people are individuals with their own thoughts, morals, experiences, and personalities. Why see in black and white when color is so much more beautiful?