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As I sit down and review my notebook from 2016, a page caught my eye. It was a talk given by a billionaire, I circled one of many things he said “Time is a luxury.”
I didn’t quite get it at the moment.
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A few months ago, I received a letter from a store saying they no longer carry a type of chips. According to their records, I bought two bags of chips in the last two years. So they thought they should let me know and suggested I try a few other chips instead.
About month ago, I visited an industrial services' website by accident. Since then, I get their online ad wherever I go. Not in a million years would I have the need to buy anything remotely like that.
Regardless, I’m under their radar now.
Despite what people say, we don’t have much privacy anymore.