Theory of Theories

McDonald’s Theory On How Best to Rescue Conversations

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1. McDonald’s Theory

In all that humdrum, one thing was clear to me: as humans we are natural editors than we are as writers.

2. Seinfeld Theory

“I almost always have problems when it comes to striking a conversation with people whom I just met. The whole thing gets me nervous like what should I say? Is he/she interested in the same thing as I am?”

Context: An immigrant from India and indoctrination with Seinfeld.

This show had nuggets of cultural wisdom — exaggerated for effect and yet a great canvas to learn the subtlety of daily life’s simple things.

Great Conversations: Who remembers how they start?

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3. Cockroach Theory

Summary: Meta on Theories

“Of course it is happening inside your head, Harry, but why on earth should that mean that it is not real?” ― J.K. Rowling, author of Harry Potter Series.

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