inspired by Jonghyun’s birthday fan account: Mingkey Version
Key: choi-ssi! today is my birthday! give me da present.
Minho: i know so stop bugging me
Key: you know that.. minho ya… that cardigan.. i want it! buy for me buy for me!
Minho: ah.. don’t do aegyo!! don’t do it!
Key: don’t like it? if you don’t buy i’ll keep doing it!
Minho: get off me!
-Minho ends up buying that 400 000 won cardigan for kibum-
Key: this, for you. bought this because it reminds me of you.
-Minho receives a USB, in the color he dislikes (yellow)-
his name was Jaejoong |
his name was Jaejoong, a peculiar man who was always running ‘round leavin’ scars behind. no one knew who he really was, but everyone wondered if he was even really here. he smelled faintly of cigarettes and alcohol- sin through and through, and yet he looked every bit like a devil looking at an angel, thinking it was the devil. some people claimed they’ve seen him, some people could never say anything- only wondering if they’ve seen him before. truth was, he’s been running ‘round leaving scars. his name was Jaejoong, a peculiar human being who was running ‘round leavin’ scars.
What makes people go bad?
What is evil? Where does it come from? Does everyone have a dark side? These questions have been keeping scientists busy for quite a while. Does evil arise through a neurological process in our brains? Or does it have to do with the psychological circumstances of our daily lives?
Where is the tipping point?
Philip Zimbardo, whom most of us probably know from the Stanford Prison Experiment (1971), has been exploring these issues for more than 30 years.
In this video he explains his theory about why ordinary people can suddenly turn evil, or on the contrary: do good.
He hereby introduces the concept of a tipping point. A critical moment where the decision of doing good or doing evil is made, and how it works.
Philip Zimbardo has broadly explained this groundbreaking theory in his book, The Lucifer Effect (2007).
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