I like to think that the I somehow weave a cohesive narrative when I look back at these posts. Not this week. This is three separate posts with three separate reactions.
Maybe appreciating differences is the narrative? I better not write anything like that. I’m sure it would put me on a list. Makes me think of this song:
But then I saw the comments and a wave of disbelief hit me. To this day I can’t believe this dude (or any dude) bought it. God damn. This is literally the perfect example of impatience.
But I do wonder, “Is extreme impatience really just a flaw in impulse control?”
I think we’ve all seen collectors that buy, buy, buy, (or just splash on one big item) and then are selling it because of “financial hardship” before you can even blink. That impulsiveness must bleed into their day-to-day life, right?
If there is a heaven (and I get into it – feels like a longshot), then I’ll be spending eternity understanding the psychological profiles of M.U.S.C.L.E. collectors.
What if that’s actually my hell? Talking about how one million M.U.S.C.L.E. could actually be collected for all of eternity.I always enjoy updates to the Warped archive. The dancing #70 might be one of my favorites.
Does anyone else enjoy this silly little niche?
And finally, I liked this Epilogue. I wish I had some insightful analysis or reflection, but I don’t. I just think it’s a pretty good Epilogue.
I can’t believe I read that entire report. I’m sure it was interesting, but I don’t remember it. Looking back it just seems like a colossal waste of time.