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Likes and Dislikes

To like something is to have experienced something and to want to experience it again.

To dislike something is to have experienced something and to not want to experience it again.

To extrapolate is to draw similarities between what we have experienced and what we haven't before we even experience it and then decide whether we want to experience it or not.

This is an important construct for us as it allows us to like or dislike something that we have never experienced before.

It saves us a lot of time.

But unless you're using that saved time wisely, you might as well resort to not extrapolating and to experiencing instead.

The current scenario has shifted the scale from extrapolating to experiencing as we have been forced to experience things we had previously extrapolated and disliked - working remotely for extended periods of time, not having meaningful human interaction "in real life" for extended periods of time, and many more.

You know all the things you are experiencing now that you had previously extrapolated and disliked.

We thought we knew, now we do.

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