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>"We have all known people who are chronically early, born with some sort of time signature distortion. These people receive zeitgeist signals much earlier than everyone else. They are certain artists and writers, music people, roommates, otakus, traders. Those who are truly early are cursed: "may you live in interesting times," the saying goes, and these people are chronically interested in things. Yet they are too early to make hay, make money, make sense of it – i.e., they’re functionally wrong. By the time other people catch on, they're annoyed."
>"We have all known people who are chronically early, born with some sort of time signature distortion. These people receive zeitgeist signals much earlier than everyone else. They are certain artists and writers, music people, roommates, otakus, traders. Those who are truly early are cursed: "may you live in interesting times," the saying goes, and these people are chronically interested in things. Yet they are too early to make hay, make money, make sense of it – i.e., they’re functionally wrong. By the time other people catch on, they're annoyed."
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