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Tiburcio

Tiburcio

Voluntary deletion.
May 9, 2018
1,569
I don't see news because I always end in blind fury and it's harming for me.

I don't want to share any annoying new because I don't want to make you angry.
 
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Maggotymaggots

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Apr 18, 2018
54
I try to avoid the news as much as possible. I just find it incredibly frustrating, and there's absolutely nothing I can do about it, so there's no point upsetting myself over it. The world's going to hell in a handbasket, what else is new?
 
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KCN

El revisionismo en castillano
Jul 16, 2018
230
I regularly read about what's happening in the world, but it almost always looks like the same blurred blob of suffering and boredom.

I'd much rather read a book or browse more interesting websites.
 
saffron

saffron

Student
Jul 18, 2018
128
Watching the news actually damages your DNA, it's that sensitive to seeing traumatic videos and images.
 
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KCN

El revisionismo en castillano
Jul 16, 2018
230
On another note, unfortunately all kinds of BS will however eventually reach you even if you don't watch the news. People just love spreading lies and believing it without substantial proofs, they just pick what they want to be true and not what it actually is from an objective standpoint.