THE CENTREPIECE OF OUR GIFTED CONSCIOUSNESS

The Centrepiece

The following write-up / constant edit, is actually straight from our original work on facebook. It is The Centrepiece of reference, now available here on Tumblr! It tries to reflect our basic knowledge on Gifted, therefore has developed our Gifted Consciousness.

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Ironically, fuck facebook, because this whole project started on there! Plus we like that logo.

www.facebook.com/ThisIsMyGIFTED





Detailed Info 

Website:http://www.google.com/search?q=GIFTED
http://www.facebook.com/ThisIsMyGIFTED
http://www.twitter.com/THE_REAL_GIFTED
Company Overview:GIFTED

Your Gifted… Your Blessing, or Your Curse?

We’re talking about this UNIVERSAL GIFTED PERSONALITY; Not necessarily the Gifted label, not the random adjective used as a synonym of approval and success, and definitely not this mythical elitism pedestal that people seem to have about the said label, that may further easily embarrass the Gifted in acknowledging and embracing WHAT GIFTED REALLY IS.

Whether you’re a STRIVER, a SUPERSTAR, or an INDEPENDENT*; Or even if you’re an alcoholic, a cover-up, a criminal, a Good Will Hunter**, a jack of all trades master of none, a pimp, a procrastinator, a stoner, a terrorist, an underachiever - you get the idea. Wait, what’s so funny? Recognition humour? Oh. LOL.

(Fun fact: The preceding was based on on real life true stories of real Gifted people.
* ripped from the book GIFTED GROWNUPS. It’s a really really really good read.
** Good Will Hunting may or may not have been/ is a real life true story.)

Believe it or not, there are people all over this world we live in, just like the 2% of us.



So, our REAL “COMPANY OVERVIEW”?

To find the COMPANY of PEOPLE who SEE THE WORLD the SAME WAY WE DO; To APPEAL TO those who have brushed it off, and help EMBRACE AND RECOGNIZE this GIFTED PERSONALITY; To be IN SYNC and ON THE SAME PAGE as others; Basically, to SOCIAL NETWORK on this SOCIAL NETWORK.

And why all THE CAPS? It doesn’t necessarily mean that we’re YELLING, more to EMPHASIZE certain KEYWORDS that attract typical GIFTED ATTENTION DEFICIENCIES, and to REACH OUT to those who have STEREOTYPICALLY BRUSHED OFF their GIFTED NATURE. Straight up, STOP BEING FUCKING EMBARRASSED or scared, or ignorant of being GIFTED: OUR BLESSING, OUR CURSE.

This is our Gifted, our curse.
Who are we? We’re Gifted, man.

If you’re Gifted, you’re Gifted for life.
Once you’re Gifted, you can never get out.

We’re going to make you a Mission you can’t refuse…


Mission:This Is My Gifted; My Blessing, My Curse.

Who are you?


Gifted? Gifted. Good.


So what does Gifted even mean? How does Gifted affect our lives? gifted Gifted GIFTED?


WHY THE EMPHASIS on GIFTED? Because we know, that being gifted “can be stressful”. “If pressed to conform, gifted people may hide their abilities and underachieve”, and “tend to avoid overt attention and hide their giftedness”. Well,
If you’re GIFTED, YOU’RE GIFTED FOR LIFE.
ONCE YOU’RE GIFTED, YOU CAN NEVER GET OUT.
THIS IS THE MISSION YOU CAN’T REFUSE.


********** If you have sprinkles of Attention Deficiency- ADD, ADHD, or BIP, DSLXIA, ODD WHATEVER- SCROLL DOWN!!! There’s a checklist you check out. Whether you read the whole thing, or speed read through the meat of this amateur magniloquence, we’re sure there may be something in there for you**********

Apologies for the excess verbage. Maybe we’re too passionate about this Gifted thing.



So, what is this Universal term known all around the world as GIFTED? Gifted may be one of the most ambiguous, ambitious and even abused words used in all of the English grammars.

So then, what are we talking about? Maybe the Google knows

http://www.google.ca/search?q=Gifted

Did we say maybe? We meant OF COURSE it knows.





Let’s get to the point:



*** Are you multi-talented?
*** Do you have so many interests and abilities that it is hard to focus your energies on developing any of them to your satisfaction?
*** Do you continue to believe in yourself and your vision, even when no one else does?
*** Do you talk compulsively?
*** Are you adventurous where new sensory experiences are concerned (food, music, erotic experimentation, different environmental settings, for example)?
*** Do you love to explore a wide variety of theories and ideas?
*** Are you excruciatingly sensitive, with intense emotions?
*** Are you an independent thinker, individualistic, and mentally self-sufficient?
*** Are you determined to make a meaningful contribution during your life?
*** Are you hard to get to know, more involved with your internal world than you are with others, and have only a few close friends that know you well?
*** Are you driven to achieve “what could be” when you think of “what is?”

If you think that was fun there’s way more where that came from. Meaning, further down the page.





Oh, and what about that Gifted label? Whatever educational label they have attached to you, let’s do a quick random rundown: “Creative and Talented”, “Exceptional”, “Smart”, “Special”, “A+”, “ALPHA”, “AP”, “APPLE”, “CCAT”, “EEEA”, “EG”, “ET”, “G/T” “GATE”, “GEN”, “GEP”, “GT”, “GM”, “HG”, “NAGC”, “PACE”, “PROBE”, “SINGS”, “STAR”, “TAG”, “TY”, “Insert whatever acronym that the school board thought was cool”; or maybe “Altas Capacidades”, “Discovery”, “Enrichment”, “Magnetic”, “Rainbows”; or even “Discovery Channel”, “Gifty”, “Mental”, “Reading Rainbow”, “Special”, “Talfnted”, “Alcoholic”, “Smartass”, “Stoner”, “Too Smart For Your Own Good”, “What Happened To You” – apparently all these labels fall under the label of
<bold><font size=123> GIFTED.

Or maybe you were lucky enough not to be labelled?


Ahem
"While many people believe giftedness is a strictly quantitative difference, measurable by IQ tests, a number of people have described giftedness as a fundamentally different way of perceiving the world, which in turn affects every experience had by the gifted individual. These differences do not disappear when gifted children become adults or leave school. Gifted adults are seldom recognized as a special population, but some of them still have unique psychological, social, and emotional needs related to their high intelligence.[7]"
- Ripped from Wikipedia.


& How about a definition from The Free Dictionary?:
gift·ed (gftd)
adj.
1. Endowed with great natural ability, intelligence, or talent: a gifted child; a gifted pianist.
2. Revealing special talent: a gifted rendition of the aria.

The keyword being, “natural”. Being Gifted is being naturally great. At least that’s what The Dictionary says.
But what does that really mean? We can’t explain- It’s just natural.


Okay, how about a more, whole description, a more complete explanation?
How about the official definition? For that, let’s refer back to the Wikipedia. Google’s Number One Hit on the search term Gifted, btw.


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gifted

Intellectual giftedness
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
(Redirected from Gifted)

Intellectual giftedness is an intellectual ability significantly higher than average. Gifted children often develop asynchronously; their minds are often ahead of their physical growth, and specific cognitive and emotional functions are often developed differently (or to differing extents) at different stages of development. One frequently cited blah blah blah

* 1 Developmental theory
* 2 Giftedness from a multiple intelligences perspective
* 3 Identifying giftedness
3.1 Overview
3.2 Definitions of giftedness
3.3 Identification methods
* 4 Savantism
* 5 Characteristics of giftedness
* 6 Social and emotional issues
6.1 Isolation
6.2 Perfectionism
6.3 Underachievement
6.4 Depression
* 7 Professional attitudes towards giftedness
7.1 Genetics and Intelligence
7.2 Talented Students at the Secondary Level
* 8 See also
* 9 References
10 External links



http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gifted
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intellectual_giftedness

You get the point. Whenever you have the time, give the Wikipedia a read. It just makes sense.


So maybe that helped your understanding?
Then again it probably didn’t. It kind of explains what Gifted is. Let’s try another method.

This whole Gifted definition and label that defines your life. What is it, really? How is it life? Why all the questions? What’s for dinner? Where are the answers? What in the blue fuck does the Facebook have to do with Gifted?

Obviously, there are so many questions, and many no answers.
So, our Conclusion?

Gifted - it is what it is.

?!!???
Well, that conclusion is bullshit.
So since we strive for success and perfection, we offer one more Gifted kick at the can in trying to relate to Gifted.


Maybe you have doubts about being Gifted.
Or maybe you’ve actually found and realized the Gifted life!

Well, believe it or not, blessing or curse, lost or found - there may be some credibility, some substance, some sanity, even some special calling and purpose, to being labelled a Gifted…



We agree, that introduction to a definition and description of Gifted was unnecessary long and BORING.
If you’re still reading and still interested, and the ADHD hasn’t kicked in, there might be that fire inside of you that is the Gifted fire, and is starting to burn a hole in the Face Book.

So what does this whole Group, Gifted Description lead to? It leads to a Gifted Self-Test. A self-test where you yourself can only truly know if you are of the special Gifteds of the World.

Definitely self-check yourself before you wreck yourself, before taking this little self-test. Discretion is advised: The following may be painfully true…





GIFTED

1. General Characteristics

* Do you have a large vocabulary?
* Are you multi-talented?
* Do you have so many interests and abilities that it is hard to focus your energies on developing any of them to your satisfaction?
* Are you possessed of an unrelenting (and possibly off-the wall) sense of humor?
* Can you occupy time usefully without external stimulation?
* Are you persistently goal-directed in your behavior?
* Is your creativity apparent in all areas of endeavor?
* Do you have the need and the energy to develop more capacity?


2. Entelechy

* Are you directed by an inner vision of your purpose in life, or have a dream that is all-consuming?
* Are you highly motivated to be all you are capable of being?
* Are you deeply involved in creating your own destiny?
* Do you continue to believe in yourself and your vision, even when no one else does?
* Are others attracted to your vision, wanting to participate?


3. The Overexcitabilities

A. Psychomotor excitability:
* Are you a high energy person?
* Do you love intense physical activity and movement?
* Do you feel constantly pressured to take action?
* Are you impulsive?
* Do you have nervous habits?
* Are you restless, always on the go, incapable of just relaxing?
* Do you talk compulsively?
* Are you a workaholic?

B. Sensual excitability:
* Are you often moved to tears by music or the visual arts?
* Are you prone to eating and drinking excesses because they give you intense pleasure?
* Are you adventurous where new sensory experiences are concerned (food, music, erotic experimentation, different environmental settings, for example)?
* When you recall an experience, can you also recall the sensory aspects?
* Is the touch, smell, taste, and sight of sex as important to you as having an orgasm?

C. Intellectual excitability:
(Not to be confused with high intelligence, since many highly intelligent individuals do not enjoy intellectual activities and pursuits)
* Are you always questioning everything?
* Do you love to explore a wide variety of theories and ideas?
* Are you able to examine ideas outside of the framework of your own opinion?
* Do you enjoy research, analysis, and theoretical thinking?
* Is problem-solving a source of immense satisfaction?

D. Imaginational excitability:
* Do you write, speak, think, or dream in vivid imagery?
* Do you embellish the plain truth in ways that make your end of a conversation more impactful or amusing?
* Do you express yourself in ways that demonstrate a rich association of images and impressions?
* Do you entertain yourself endlessly with private jokes and wacky visual, auditory, or associational images?
* Do you creatively reframe events to support your perspective on life?

E. Emotional excitability:
* Are you excruciatingly sensitive, with intense emotions?
* Can you describe your feelings with great precision?
* Do you have intense emotional attachments to others?
* Are your emotions sufficiently profound to take you beyond yourself into areas of philosophical consideration?
* Do you suffer from extraordinarily high levels of fear and anxiety or suffer attacks of psychological depression?


4. High Intelligence

* Are you an independent thinker, individualistic, and mentally self-sufficient?
* Are you a divergent thinker with unique and interesting perspectives?
* Are you highly intuitive, with insight and foresight?
* Do you enjoy experimenting with psychic and metaphysical ideas?
* Are you relentlessly curious and investigative?
* Are you verbally agile?
* Do you love intense discussions?
* Do you have an exceptional memory?
* Do you think things out at an accelerated pace?
* Can you work with extraordinary amounts of mental data?


5. The Search for Truth

* Do you strive to understand the nature and meaning of life?
* Have you read extensively on the nature of mind or done any meditation practice designed to help you experience the nature of mind directly?
* Are you attracted to, and long for, spiritual or mystical experiences that will provide the basis for a deeper understanding?
* Are you preoccupied with death and the possibility of after-death experience?
* Are you determined to make a meaningful contribution during your life?
* Do you have strong feelings regarding issues of morality and justice?


6. The “Autonomous Factor”

* Are you driven toward self-actualization and self-perfection?
* Are you highly self-aware?
* Have you demonstrated the capacity for intrapsychic transformation?
* Do you feel a great deal of empathy and compassion for others?
* Do you exhibit a high level of moral responsibility and integrity?


7. Perfectionism

* Are you determined to do your best at all costs?
* Do you feel inadequate to measure up to your personal standards?
* Are consumed with self-doubt and self-criticism?
* Is self-perfection or the perfection of your life’s work the central driving force of your existence?
* Do you have a sense of your potential destiny and feel responsible to live up it?
* Do you have inappropriately high expectations of others?


8. Introversion

* Do you prefer depth to breadth, concentrating on one activity at a time?
* Are you hard to get to know, more involved with your internal world than you are with others, and have only a few close friends that know you well?
* Are you easily humiliated, therefore keeping people at a distance?
* In a social situation, do you wait to be approached rather than introducing yourself, and take time to observe others before engaging?
* Do you develop skills in private before showing finished products to the world?
* Do you need privacy, respect the privacy of others, and resent having your personal space invaded?


9. Idealism

* Are you driven to achieve “what could be” when you think of “what is?”
* Are you solidly connected to an inner vision and aware that that vision will continually evolve?
* Do you feel compelled to connect directly with painful social ills, so as to educate others through your compassion and sacrifice?
* Do you work tirelessly to make a contribution to better the world, in accordance with your ideals?

<i>Credited 100% to, Ripped off from, www.Rocamora.org</i>





* Are you now self-conscious about all these questions and traits of your Gifted nature?


Did you score 100%? 98%? 87% 51%? Didn’t count the score?
Doesn’t really matter. What matters is what you feel about it, and associate it to being a Gifted.
And don’t worry Perfectionists, if you didn’t score a 100, that’s OK. Trust us.


If this moved you, then this is your Gifted, this is your calling, this is your network.


### #### how did that make you feel?
Just another example of the Facebook knowing you better
than you know yourself. But of course, you’re hard to know anyways.




And just for more kicks and giggles, do you recognize some of these characteristics? :

* has high intelligence
* perfectionistic and sets high standards for self and others
* is highly sensitive, perceptive or insightful
* feels out-of-sync with others
* has an unusual or high sense of humour
* has a vivid and rich imagination
* questions rules or authority
* thrives on challenge
* learns new things rapidly
* has a good long-term memory
* feels overwhelmed by many interests and abilities
* has a great deal of energy
* can’t switch off thinking
* feels driven by creativity
* searches for ???? in their life
* http://www.google.com/search?name=f&hl=en&q=Gifted+Characteristics


And as an addition to this everlong group description, here is another piece of work that we have passionate, intense feelings about, and are excited to share and rip off with you, from

http://deepwaterscoaching.com/
http://deepwaterscoaching.com/blog/?p=95

entitled,

"Lisa’s Ginormous List of Gifted Grownup Traits"

"So, without further ado, I give you my ginormous list of gifted grownup traits:


* early and heightened concern for justice and morality
* early verbal ability
* enjoyment of intense intellectual discussions with others and with themselves
* complex thought processes
* capacity for abstract thought, which as it increases so does the connection of emotional reactions to cognitive appraisals of situations
* internal asynchrony (out-of-sync-ness): experiencing different levels of development among physical, intellectual, emotional, social, and skill set areas of self
* external asynchrony: lack of fit with same-aged people and with age-related expectations of culture
* immense capacity to care
* assimilation of extraordinary amounts of information
* unusual retentiveness (and I’m not talking anal here, though that can sometimes apply too!)
* advanced comprehension
* unusually varied interests
* insatiable curiosity
* unusual capacity for processing information
* accelerated pace of thought processes
* heightened capacity for seeing unusual and diverse relationships
* ability to generate original ideas and solutions
* evaluation of self and others
* persistent, goal-directed behavior
* heightened emotional sensitivity and intensity (these are evident in a gifted child and may go underground in adults, especially in males, but will still exist)
* heightened sensitivity to visual, auditory, tactile, olfactory, and taste sensations
* keen sense of humor (may be gentle, hostile, sophisticated, and/or bizarre)
* desire to make actions consistent with values
* sophisticated, global thinking
* capacity to generalize
* understanding of difficult concepts and phenomena
* uncommon imagination and creativity
* view of self can be fundamentally different than the view others have of them (gifted people are sometimes endowed by others with more power and ability than they actually possess)
* driven, not by what drives the rest of the world but by inner agenda
* sometimes overwhelmed by the pressure of their own creativity
* greater awareness of what’s going on in the world, therefore feeling things more deeply
* relating best to those who share their interests
* don’t have many relationships, but the ones they do have are deep and meaningful
* leadership ability
* need for solitude and time for contemplation and daydreaming
* search for meaning in both the inner and outer world
* highly intuitive, gaining insights without being aware of the logical sequence to their conclusion
* special problem awareness, therefore can predict consequences and possibly prevent foreseeable problems; but can also experience more anxiety
* ability to see patterns of development and growth, and therefore can recognize, predict, and influence trends, although they may not be trendsetters because others won’t be convinced of their way of thinking
* dislike of public relations methods of image making
* perfectionistic, in terms of own standards and expectations (not necessarily in terms of the outside world)
* multiple abilities and interests, frequently to the point of feeling frustration at not being able to engage all of themselves at any one point in time
* frequent feelings of being misunderstood, of being an outsider, of being unable to communicate
* difficulty understanding the seemingly inconsistent and short-sighted behavior of others
* ability to see a difference between justice and equality
* potential development of emotional issues related to their abilities, but also possession of greater resources for dealing with their problems
* independent thinking
* difficulty with authority figures, including knowingly or unknowingly being threatening to them
* desire to use specific talents, insights, and knowledge for betterment of the world
* ability to process information in several directions at once
* love for self-actualization
* divergent thinking ability
* high potential to be wide open to life and fully present in the moment
* love of challenge
* ability to feel great joy in the unfolding journey–goals and means are one and the same
* balance between discipline and spontaneity
* as they become more successful, development and use of a support system that fuels their creativity
* persistent
* ability to complete tasks more quickly than others
* tendency to “use up” jobs
* sensitivity to beauty and pain
* empathy
* perceptivity
* no fear of being regarding as oddball or weird person
* playfulness
* more insight than others
* need for challenging work
* resistance to routines
* low frustration tolerance
* reluctance to accept criticism
* holding unrealistic expectations of self
* being one’s worst critic
* ability to see many sides to an issue
* enjoyment of debate
* fountain of ideas
* love for puzzles, mazes, paradoxes, complex ideas, and words, including word play
* feeling of responsibility for problems that don’t belong to them
* been criticized for not sticking to one thing (”flakiness”)
* value for honesty, integrity, and authenticity
* connections with people of all ages
* capacity for keen observation
* extraordinary tolerance for ambiguity
* excitability, enthusiasm, and expressiveness
* abundant energy
* early spiritual experiences
* deep concern about universal issues and nature
* reverence for the interconnectedness of all things
* awareness of an inner force that draws them toward meaning, fulfillment, and excellence
* feelings of urgency about personal destiny
* yearning at a spiritual level for answers to existential puzzles
* passionate, intense feelings
* inability to switch off thinking
* search for questions in their lives
* a feeling of coming apart
* preference for complexity
* overwhelmed by pressure of one’s own intellectual, creative, or emotional intensity
* just seems more complicated than others



OK, time for another tack on edit, another addition, courtesy of “Gifted For Life”

http://giftedforlife.com/1401/characteristics-of-giftedness/

Some signs of giftedness in children and adults compiled by Annemarie Roeper, Ed.D. and Betty Maxwell, Ph.D.

* Sensitivity
* Remembering insults forever
* Doing three things at once
* Doing the outwardly foolish thing, taking up lost causes
* Psychic
* Interest in life and death
* Driven to comprehend, complexity of understanding
* Wanting to know the reasons and origins of things
* Asks, “What is my purpose?”
* Naive
* Recognition of falsity, no “trophy friends”
* Complexifying solutions
* Finding non-conventional solutions, originality
* Not motivated by extrinsic awards, discomfort with praise
* Passionate
* Undeterred by conventional expectations
* Self taught, non-sequential learning
* Need for precision
* Recognition of unfairness, strong sense of justice
* Making intuitive leaps, making logical projections
* Noticing what no one else does
* Manipulation and bargaining
* Make and follow their own plans, less teachable
* Devise practical experiments to see “What if?”
* Saying, “Actually”
* Large vocabulary, love of big words
* Delayed in toilet training, difficulty in separating from mom
* Early sense of responsibility
* Not wanting to grow up and face the world
* Less physical risk-taking
* Zipping through Piagetian stages
* Friends of both genders, later sexual interests
* Abstract thinkers before having the emotional ability to handle it
* Symbolic thinkers
* Can animate their fears, powerful emotional imagination

OK, time for another tack on edit, another addition, courtesy of “Gifted For Life”

http://giftedforlife.com/1401/characteristics-of-giftedness/

Some signs of giftedness in children and adults compiled by Annemarie Roeper, Ed.D. and Betty Maxwell, Ph.D.

* Sensitivity
* Remembering insults forever
* Doing three things at once
* Doing the outwardly foolish thing, taking up lost causes
* Psychic
* Interest in life and death
* Driven to comprehend, complexity of understanding
* Wanting to know the reasons and origins of things
* Asks, “What is my purpose?”
* Naive
* Recognition of falsity, no “trophy friends”
* Complexifying solutions
* Finding non-conventional solutions, originality
* Not motivated by extrinsic awards, discomfort with praise
* Passionate
* Undeterred by conventional expectations
* Self taught, non-sequential learning
* Need for precision
* Recognition of unfairness, strong sense of justice
* Making intuitive leaps, making logical projections
* Noticing what no one else does
* Manipulation and bargaining
* Make and follow their own plans, less teachable
* Devise practical experiments to see “What if?”
* Saying, “Actually”
* Large vocabulary, love of big words
* Delayed in toilet training, difficulty in separating from mom
* Early sense of responsibility
* Not wanting to grow up and face the world
* Less physical risk-taking
* Zipping through Piagetian stages
* Friends of both genders, later sexual interests
* Abstract thinkers before having the emotional ability to handle it
* Symbolic thinkers
* Can animate their fears, powerful emotional imagination


Wow, how about that. That was intense. We felt the need to post that up and share it with you. And we hope we don’t get sued for doing that.


So, why are you laughing?
Gifted sense of humour, perhaps? Or even recognition laughter? Something only that the Gifted can get?

Well, you’re not alone.



So, in our ambitious and maybe even pretentious vision, here we present an actual useful Facebook PAGE. One that doesn’t primarily involve cheating, creating sexual tension, or making outlandish statements, but a Page where you can

use your “energy to develop more capacity”, or a place where you can “believe in yourself and your vision”, a group where you can “talk compulsively”, have “an orgasm”, “questioning everything”, “entertain yourself endlessly with private jokes”, or even “suffer attacks of psychological depression”, have “intense discussions”, find the “meaning of life”, be “highly self-aware”, “have inappropriately high expectations of others”, be “easily humiliated”,” achieve “what could be”, have your “high sense of humour”. All in a group where you can research these “Gifted Characteristics”, and share the secrets of the illuminated, and the answers of life, among each of the highly intelligent gifted individuals in this group.

Gifted isn’t a lifestyle. It’s not something that goes away, although you may think it has. You CAN’T drink or smoke away your Giftedness, no matter how hard you try, AS SOME OF YOU KNOW *ahem*. Well there is one way (popular?) to off the Giftedness, but let’s not go there (please don’t kill yourself over this, no joke. lol). Besides, your ego and your Search for Truth won’t let you.


There will always be that Gifted that is a part of you, a part of your Soul. As introverted as you can be or want to be, you are not alone.

This Page is to confirm that nagging, I Should feeling; That All-Consuming Gifted feeling.


Then again, you may just be embellishing this whole Gifted trait of yours. Just kidding, don’t worry. You’re not.


Whatever your Gifted case is, a Blessing, or a Curse, a Mixed Blessing, your MoneyMaker- Join the group. Then Invite your friends, pass the joint, share the wealth - whatever you have going for your gifted self. Show off your Gifted. You’re a natural showoff anyway. Remember though,

With great power comes great responsibility. This Is My Gifted, My Blessing, My Curse. Who Am I? I’m Gifted, man.
Products:Success, Failure.

& Everything, in extreme and in between.

But we’re not still not sure about the Nobel Prizes…
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