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They tracked down Elizabeth Holmes in SF haha. She's enjoying LIFE!
04-09-2019, 03:37 AM
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04-09-2019, 04:44 AM
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"the money isn't what matters" LOL. they always say this shit.. always.



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04-09-2019, 04:49 AM
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04-09-2019, 04:59 AM
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^ lol @ that video promoting CHARISMA UNIVERSITY at the end...
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04-09-2019, 05:25 AM
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What is going on with her chubby cheeks. Looks boyish...
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04-15-2019, 02:11 AM
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Why Americans Smile So Much: How immigration and cultural values affect what people do with their faces
Quote:On Reddit forums that ask “What’s a dead giveaway that someone is American?” one trait comes up over and over again: big, toothy grins.

Here’s how one Reddit user in Finland put it:

When a stranger on the street smiles at you:

a. you assume he is drunk

b. he is insane

c. he’s an American

Last year, I wrote about why some countries seem to smile less than average—and mistrust those who do seem unusually peppy. A country’s level of instability, that study found, might be why people who seem happy for no reason in, say, Russia, are considered foolish.

But there’s an interesting line of research that helps explain outliers on the other end of the spectrum, too: Americans and their stereotypically mega-watt smiles.

It turns out that countries with lots of immigration have historically relied more on nonverbal communication. Thus, people there might smile more.

For a study published in 2015, an international group of researchers looked at the number of “source countries” that have fed into various nations since the year 1500. Places like Canada and the United States are very diverse, with 63 and 83 source countries, respectively, while countries like China and Zimbabwe are fairly homogenous, with just a few nationalities represented in their populations.
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04-15-2019, 02:48 AM
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RE: They tracked down Elizabeth Holmes in SF haha. She's enjoying LIFE!
(04-15-2019 02:11 AM)jho Wrote:  Why Americans Smile So Much: How immigration and cultural values affect what people do with their faces
Quote:On Reddit forums that ask “What’s a dead giveaway that someone is American?” one trait comes up over and over again: big, toothy grins.

Here’s how one Reddit user in Finland put it:

When a stranger on the street smiles at you:

a. you assume he is drunk

b. he is insane

c. he’s an American

Last year, I wrote about why some countries seem to smile less than average—and mistrust those who do seem unusually peppy. A country’s level of instability, that study found, might be why people who seem happy for no reason in, say, Russia, are considered foolish.

But there’s an interesting line of research that helps explain outliers on the other end of the spectrum, too: Americans and their stereotypically mega-watt smiles.

It turns out that countries with lots of immigration have historically relied more on nonverbal communication. Thus, people there might smile more.

For a study published in 2015, an international group of researchers looked at the number of “source countries” that have fed into various nations since the year 1500. Places like Canada and the United States are very diverse, with 63 and 83 source countries, respectively, while countries like China and Zimbabwe are fairly homogenous, with just a few nationalities represented in their populations.

I will smile at my neighbors (occasionally!) but try to keep a straight face in public, grocery stores, etc. I now realize it as not being friendly, but submissive.

When I was in Africa, a few years ago, I made a point of NOT smiling at strangers on the street, although looking them right in the eye.
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04-15-2019, 02:02 PM
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perfect example of PHONY youtube presentation skills



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04-16-2019, 06:29 AM
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They tracked down Elizabeth Holmes in SF haha. She's enjoying LIFE!
I only smile at pretty girls, old ladies, and little children. Basically, people I could easily take in a fight.

--I Eat Grits--
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04-16-2019, 11:03 AM
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(04-16-2019 06:29 AM)Billygoat Wrote:  I only smile at pretty girls, old ladies, and little children. Basically, people I could easily take in a fight.

I don't even smile at pretty girls any more! Tongue
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