There was a guy I used to work with who was in Lisbon the other day and we met up - we talked about working in an office and how that puts you together with loads of people you wouldn't otherwise associate with - when I was at Borders the woman who sat opposite me was like twenty years older and married to a bus driver, my boss was this guy from Ghana, his boss was another older woman, there was this older Asian guy who ran accounts payable, and we all used to have a good laugh together, go to pub after work etc I think it's good if, in life, you end up in a few circumstances where you are forced to associate with people you wouldn't normally meet. Obviously I hate working but I am glad to have had those kinds of experience. I think age in particular is a thing that really separates people in general.I've just come back from my buddies, bachelor party- my buddy who Ive known since kindergarten. Very nice guy, very smart, I love it everytime I see him, but he's a normie, as normie as normie gets, and its our connection in childhood that allows us to be friends as we likely would never be in the same room under other circumstances.
Yeah now I’m curious about that low fi girl mix.other considerations is the history of the normie, hence why the elderly here are useful. Its no doubt that technology has increased social fragmentation and the garishness of group signifiers and thus the tenor of the normie. @suspended @mvuent @Clinamenic and I probably have a different conception of a normie than the rest of you.