(I never posted this because it seemed like there wasn't enough payoff for the reader. This is a draft not in the sense that it's incomplete, but that it wasn't up to snuff. -Ed) The anatomy of an idea, it's appraisal, and the informal patent search by way of Googling to see if it already exists.
  1. As I was making a shake I was thinking about how society has shifted its focus from *what we do* that defines us to *what it feels like.*
  2. And it's not too far a leap to assume that we've become so psychologically self-aware because of the social media boom. Which we can't get enough of.
  3. "You asked for it." ➡️
  4. "You get the world you ask for" ➡️
  5. "You get the world you don't fight for"💡
  6. Hey that's pretty interesting. Is that a phrase? I bet people would love that phrase. Do I believe it? I guess a little. It's sounds better than it's helpful or important.
  7. Let's google it. Maybe my SIT (see a previous list) is too high and it actually is new. But is it all that important? One step at a time. Let's check.
  8. Wow. In all the vastness of the Internet, nobody has come up with the phrase "you get the world you don't fight for." So it's mine.
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  9. Do I want it?
  10. Is it true?
  11. Now it's not making sense anymore. I've thought-filed the teeth off the gears of this one...
  12. You get the world you fight for, too. That's so much more optimistic.
  13. Heeeeyyyyyyyyyyy
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  14. Maybe one day. We'll see.
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