Fang Talks

Radical.

There’s nothing actually here. Nothing actually leaked.

But it does steer you to make a lot of assumptions about the content, right? A document may be interesting, but it’ll be much more interesting if it gets leaked rather than released normally. It just adds that little bit of spice, that expectation of scandal, that dirty feeling of “I’m a naughty boy for reading this”.

I wonder how often people have actually gotten hyped over information being leaked, for it to turn out to be of absolutely no interest at all. Imagine, “presidential candidate debate notes leaked”, and it was just a couple of sheets with the same old junk scribbled on it we heard them mention many times throughout the debate. There’d definitely be some people too disappointed to let go of their original idea that there’s something of value in there.

…That’s all I got for today.
~ Fang

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