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- barely texts me
- asks harvir for advice, texts elvin to hang out (before me for both btw) not that i give a fuck about those betas
- asks me if I want to hang out with "harvir and her" when it should be asking me first, then asking harvir if he wants to hang out
- just imagine if it reversed there is NO way harvir would ask you to hang out first, then ask helen if she wants to hang out
- I get that you're busy but for me, after a long day, the one thing i would want to do is to talk to someone I enjoy talking to, complain about it all
- no matter how busy you are, theres always time
- entire day, goes through a one hour lunch break without sending me shit
- at the end of your class, i expect a text, open it, and its fucking streaks
- and then dead silence until right before you sleep, some "oh sorry amd good night" like shit yeah thats makes me feel so affectionated huh
- Even in vietnam, I was busy all day, but whenever i was free even for a bit, i was thinking of opportunities to text you
- you would maybe text me once a day, then reply hours later after i reply so i cant even have a real conversation
- always saying you missed me but shit if you really missed someone you would show it not just through emojis
- when i broke my phone you could probably imagine i was fucking bored and imagine my reaction when i check my msgs ONCE a day and its FUCKING STREAKS or its some 5 second answer with "good night" like thats fucking interesting what did u do all day chilling at home huh
- its not because OH i need fucking snaps, its because it shows it shows it fucking shows that hey maybe you're thinking about me, its the thought not the action that counts i could care less about what we talk about
- and what makes this worse is that they say hey maybe the girl just isnt that into texting in general but then when I'm with you, everytime I leave for a second you're checking all your social media so shit i know you're a texter so its not that
- And through all of this my rational part of the brain is saying that hey you're overthinking it, you're being kindof clingy, why don't you find your own life and fuck I 100% do have my own life but theres not a single person in the world that is so busy that they cannot even text
- I listen to that rationl part of my brain and I back off, but my gut is giving me signs
- one more thing - I'm always the one making plans.asking about your schedule - sure you can take me as a +1 to a party but LOL that is not your plan
-oh im too tired to hang out that to me sounds like such bullshit but hey maybe i'm just insensitive and not empathtic but please fucking explain how you can be so tired that you cant get picked up from your house, sit in a fucking theatre and watch a movie or you cant sit in a fucking restaurant eating free fucking food
-when we can hang out only once a week and you're cold every day except that few times we call its really annoying
- I think I'm perhaps being a bit too clingy but I know there is no fucking way that this is normal because eileen is in china right now and she is texting her boyfriend constantly and yes thats a bit much but FUCK can I get just a bit? LIKE just give me a bit a bit a bit
- FUCK you say you love me and I say I love you but it feels like I'm the only one that realy cares FUCK i'm durnk and im mad and everthing about you is so perfect except thisand it makes me want to kms
- mann and ive told you this before perhaps a bit more subtly but you haven't changed
- oh and you never send pictures of your face, or you in general like fuck i dont want to see your fucking white walls of your house isnt that fucking common sense
- its 4 am and perhaps ill regret this but it feels good typing it now so fuck it i have enough pride to say what i think
The average PC has the processing power of the human brain.
Sometime early in the next century, the intelligence of machines will exceed that of humans. Within several decades, machines will exhibit the full range of human intellect, emotions and skills, ranging from musical and other creative aptitudes to physical movement. They will claim to have feelings and, unlike today’s virtual personalities, will be very convincing when they tell us so. By 2019 a $1,000 computer will at least match the processing power of the human brain. By 2029 the software for intelligence will have been largely mastered, and the average personal computer will be equivalent to 1,000 brains.
Within three decades, the author maintains, neural implants will be available that interface directly to our brain cells. The implants would enhance sensory experiences and improve our memory and thinking.
Once computers achieve a level of intelligence comparable to that of humans, they will necessarily soar past it. For example, if I learn French, I can’t readily download that learning to you. The reason is that for us, learning involves successions of stunningly complex patterns of interconnections among brain cells (neurons) and among the concentrations of biochemicals, known as neurotransmitters, that enable impulses to travel from neuron to neuron. We have no way of quickly downloading these patterns. But quick downloading will allow our nonbiological creations to share immediately what they learn with billions of other machines. Ultimately, nonbiological entities will master not only the sum total of their own knowledge but all of ours as well.
As this happens, there will no longer be a clear distinction between human and machine. We are already putting computers–neural implants–directly into people’s brains to counteract Parkinson’s disease and tremors from multiple sclerosis. We have cochlear implants that restore hearing. A retinal implant is being developed in the U.S. that is intended to provide at least some visual perception for some blind individuals, basically by replacing certain visual-processing circuits of the brain. Recently scientists from Emory University implanted a chip in the brain of a paralyzed stroke victim that allows him to use his brainpower to move a cursor across a computer screen.
In the 2020s neural implants will improve our sensory experiences, memory and thinking. By 2030, instead of just phoning a friend, you will be able to meet in, say, a virtual Mozambican game preserve that will seem compellingly real. You will be able to have any type of experience–business, social, sexual–with anyone, real or simulated, regardless of physical proximity.