But I’m also skeptical of a certain kind of skepticism — a fatalistic, apocalyptic, complainalism — that merely points out all that is wrong with humanity without every considering what can be done to improve our condition.
I was surrounded by women who, though mostly younger, we’re clearly more intelligent than I, better read, better writers. I’ve never felt so much like an outsider in my life. “It’s something everyone should experience at least once,” the writer Yewande Omotoso told me. I agreed, of course. And I do agree.
Let’s say, on average, I listen to Spotify one hour per day and 3% of that time is spent listening to ads. Each month I’d listen to 30 hours of Spotify and about an hour of that time would be spent listening to ads. This begs two interesting questions …
Bill Gates and Warren Buffett are two of the wealthiest individuals on the planet, and they have each pledged to give away the majority of their fortunes to alleviate poverty. Here’s a lesser known commonality: they both worked as paperboys.