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So I start off trying to explain that rational people look crazy to crazy people. To help explain my point I come up with the following scenario ....

Let's suppose that there is a person that has discovered that every time you pirouette, that world becomes more beautiful. More colorful .... you just feel happier and better. And if you pirouette enough, you can almost see emotions. Joy and love taste a little like cherries and cinnamon.

And when you see somebody that doesn't pirouette, they look gray. The longer it has been since they last did a pirouette, the grayer they look. Some of the gray people look so gray, they even look a bit blurry.

And then the conversation is "you should get a job." "You should pirouette more, because you look really blurry."

I was going to wrap up my point, but now I can't remember which one was the crazy one.
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