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  • Vast Shadow

    Many psychologist would say that Youtube increases ADHD & ADD symptoms. By having videos that are 2 mins long... People can see over 20 different focus topics, that are all different from each other, in a hour. That constant pattern of seeing different things constantly, makes the mind correspond in that same matter.
    It is somewhat evident too... Fashion styles stay cool for about a month now, it is no longer a year orientation of something being `cool to do or wear. Movies will have that storyboarding method implemented... Sometimes multiple climaxes is a movie or multiple main agenda's in a movie... Like that movie Hugo(THAT I THOUGHT SUCKED).
    The movie hugo... Was about an abandon boy and he had to get a robot fixed... Well he got that robot fixed... Well then it splits it story into how filmography started and so Hugo, then was out to help some magician get his ~groove back. Hugo also had alternating conflicts inside the story and it went from... Getting the robot fixed... Saving some clock... Helping his lil girlfriend... Helping some magician.. An finding himself.
    AN THAT MOVIE MADE A *$^$(%$ OSCAR!!!!!? I still think it was all the bright colors and neat shiny things that made the movie win.

    An so that is why a psychologist would say Youtube conspires to preserve ADD & ADHD. Our attention spans are very narrow and short when watching a 2 min video.

    I think Youtube helps get people to think faster and keep on their toes. I still hated that movie Hugo--it was retarded.