'The culture has conditioned us to
share a glossy version of ourselves, one that's a lot less authentic.
It did feature the occasional familiar Trumpian flourish ("totally irrelevant"; "truly sad") that Twitter has conditioned us to
Well, the oil companies have so conditioned us to
their strategies - 60 centavos higher, 25 centavos lower - but what else can we do?
Hollywood has conditioned us to
associate psychopaths with blood-thirsty killers, but in reality, this is an actual personality trait that anyone can possess.
It seemed inconceivable there could be another 40 minutes like it, but this tournament has conditioned us to
rule nothing out.
Just plain folks call it "monkey see, monkey do." Developed through evolution, the "herd mentality" has conditioned us to
believe that the right course of action is typically consistent with what everyone else does.
Today's corporate world has conditioned us to
believe that success and therefore happiness can only be achieved right at the top of the organisation.
Fans wouldn't stand for it, because the BCS has conditioned us to
expect a definitive champion.
I personally believe the mindset of "minority" has been imposed on us throughout the world and has conditioned us to
believe that we need to establish differences among one another so that our "rights" are protected.
Their ability to efficiently deliver immediate, binary, conclusive judgments has conditioned us to
expect ever faster responses and shorter answers--think texting and twitter.
The food industry has conditioned us to
buy what they want us to eat, but we have the power to change that.
And while the index itself demands no computer, the efficiencies and conveniences of advanced computing have conditioned us to
expect the ease and the speed that the index enables.
Drive (18) MOVIES like The Fast and the Furious and Death Race have conditioned us to
expecting car thrillers to be given a fuel injection of speed and danger every five seconds.
With the advent of smartphones, our new buying habits have conditioned us to
Subconsciously, when we pick up that pistol and address the target, Hollywood has conditioned us to
think, "If I blow it and throw rounds all over the impact area, everyone will know I'm a consummate loser." Whereupon the brain tells the hand to shake, the finger to jerk and the eye to blink.