Loose-leaf college textbooks... just... WHY?! My psych book is 400 pages, and I have to keep it in a binder
On topic of college classes; "mandatory attendance" for some classes is also a pain in the ***. It's my money, I should be able to skip whenever I damn well feel like it with no consequence besides missing whatever was taught that day. Sitting in an English class for 4-6 hours a week isn't exactly the most useful way to spend time, considering most of your grade is on dependent on your papers outside of class.
- Why people can't make a turn into the correct lane.
- Why people don't use turn signals.
- Why people can't go 5 minutes without looking at their phones.
- Texting and driving.
- Why guys in the weight room scowl at you when you walk past them.
- Why people wear sunglasses when it's cloudy.
- Why people care if I have a name/number on my jersey at pickup hockey.
- How someone could watch "Jersey Shore".
I have to do this sometimes because I get a recurrent eye problem that means I have to take eye drops to dilate my eyes. Even with the clouds it can be damaging to your eye to go around like that without sunglasses because not all the UV is filtered by the cloud. Also, seeing fluorescent light when your pupil is open like it's in pitch black is not fun.
So, sometimes it could be someone like me, but more often it's probably a hole.
Experiencing generations upon generations of human civilization isn't enticing? Enjoying as much of this gift called for millions/billions of years has ZERO appeal?
Hell, if i were immortal i could (hypothetically) take over the entire planet and rule for 10,000 years. Then relieve myself from duty and spend the next 10,000 years watching a different civilization rise up. Then conquer the world again.
It would suck to have your family and friends die but with immortality you can have new family and friends over millenia.
Immortality would be the greatest thing i could ever have in my humble opinion