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Also about brain power+56It'd be cool if we could somehow grow extra parts of the brain in other parts of our bodies to enhance things like sight, hearing, memory and overall brain power, amirite?
Also by DurzoBlint+8I scream, you scream, we all scream for ICE CR...stfu, amirite?
Also about lazy and work ethic+177"It's all about who you know," is what lazy people say as an excuse for their lack of a work ethic, amirite?
Also about work ethic+233It's silly that employers look you up on Facebook before they hire you and make assumptions about your work ethic from things you post, amirite?
Also by DurzoBlint+215You hate it when people grin stupidly at you and hang their mouth slightly open in an argument they think they're winning, amirite?
Also about work ethic+49An increasing number of people are lacking work ethic these days, amirite?
Also about results, study, and power-38Remember that college study where students played positions of power but they had to shut it down because it became crazy with the power corrupting the students....Well ...for some reason the scary results were ignored and the study abandoned but social power still exists, amirite?
Also about life and work ethic+628The problem with heroes, really. Their only purpose in life is to thwart others. They make no plans, develop no strategies. They react instead of act. Without villains, heroes would stagnate. Without heroes, villains would be running the world. Heroes have morals. Villains have work ethic. amirite?
Also about average, brain, and intelligence+199Athletes often get stereotyped as having good bodies but low intelligence, but I actually think they don't get enough credit for their intelligence. If you put an average person's brain in Michael Jordan's body, he wouldn't suddenly be able to play basketball like a star. All good athletes have mental intelligence and stamina along with high fitness, amirite?
Also about work ethic+260Although working yourself to a point of extreme exhaustion is very unhealthy, it's sort of a proud feeling knowing your work ethic is so great that the only thing to ever stop you will be your own body's physical limit, amirite?