Are My Friends Really My Friends? - The New York Times


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“You’ve got enough friends, a new one is bad for you,” says a petulant character named Max in “ Kicking and Screaming ,” Noah Baumbach’s 1995 cult movie, when a…
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Are My Friends Really My Friends? - The New York Times
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10 days ago by dr3wster
The quantity of human interactions has increased, but the quality is arguably diminished. The two-decade-old reference may feel dated, but consider the period the film was set in and the ways its characters interact. Landline conversations are routine. via Pocket
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10 days ago by archizoo
The quantity of human interactions has increased, but the quality is arguably diminished. The two-decade-old reference may feel dated, but consider the period the film was set in and the ways its characters interact. Landline conversations are routine. via Pocket
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“You’ve got enough friends, a new one is bad for you,” says a petulant character named Max in “ Kicking and Screaming ,” Noah Baumbach’s 1995 cult movie, when a…
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10 days ago by leftyotter
The result, then, can be a glut of old acquaintances that are not as easily forgotten online and which therefore stifle the development of newer, in-person friendships.
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10 days ago by noodlepie
The quantity of human interactions has increased, but the quality is arguably diminished.
11 days ago by creditcardnumber
“You’ve got enough friends, a new one is bad for you,” says a petulant character named Max in “Kicking and Screaming,” Noah Baumbach’s 1995 cult movie, when a member of his post-collegiate quadrumvirate attempts to introduce a fifth guy. “You start spreading your affection around and it runs thin, believe me.”

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