Social media and political polarization in America | 60 Minutes

with midterm elections in just two days,America is in a very angry moment,Republicans attack Democrats and,Democrats returned fire social media is,a Showcase of our anger an analysis by,the New York Times this fall found that,online use of the phrase Civil War has,exploded,now leading voices in Academia and Tech,are saying that rather than simply,reflecting the polarization in society,platforms like Facebook and Twitter are,helping to create it,60 Minutes first met Tristan Harris in,2017 the co-founder of the center for,Humane technology argued that social,media platforms were addicting us to,maximize profit,now he's warning they are generating,billions by making us angry,the story will continue in a moment,the more moral outrageous language you,use the more inflammatory language,contemptuous language the more,indignation you use the more it will get,shared so we are being rewarded for,being division entrepreneurs the better,you are at innovating a new way to be,divisive we will pay you in more likes,followers and retweets in his 2020,documentary the social dilemma Tristan,Harris made the case that social media,platforms have hijacked our attention,now he cites a new study of Twitter,showing that attacking political,opponents is almost guaranteed to draw,attention each individual term referring,to your political outgroup increase the,odds of that post being retweeted or,re-shared by 67 percent your outgroup,being outgrouped the opponents the other,side yeah exactly these platforms,are they not just reflecting who we are,and what we think and the divisions that,are already there they're supercharging,a hundred or a thousand times to one,the worst parts of ourselves here's an,example from the day the Department of,Justice released a photo showing,classified documents in former president,Donald Trump's Florida home a tweet,highlighting a straight news story on,the subject received about 2 000 likes,but a tweet from a republican,congresswoman calling Trump's opponents,dumbasses was liked 10 times as much and,a tweet from the left labeling Donald,Trump a traitor was liked 20 times more,the straight news story you know got,retweeted a couple of times right the,angry stories,exponentially more exactly exactly and,Harris says anger skews the political,landscape why is it that the world knows,more about Marjory Taylor green than,they know about all the other hundreds,of congressional candidates it's because,the enraging inflammatory stuff goes the,most viral,we are tribal creatures who love to do,US versus them and we're now learning to,coexist with the technology that tries,to force that down our throat that tries,to make us angry all the time Jonathan,height is a social psychologist and,professor at NYU Stern School of,Business in studying social media,platforms drive to keep us glued to our,devices and to their ads he traces our,current troubles to the invention of the,like share and retweet features a decade,ago these changes in the technology that,made everything much more viral and,explosive,it's as though it gave everybody a dart,gun it's like it gave everybody the,ability to complain attack criticize,anyone at any time in a very short space,with no need for evidence no,accountability height says the people,most likely to fire their social media,dart guns are those on the far right and,the far left what percentage of the,population are they it's about seven or,eight percent on each side that's it,yeah that's right so the extremes have,been handed the power to dominate even,though they are fewer in number that's,right exactly the moderate majority,height says is either exhausted or,intimidated it's what I call structural,stupidity that is you have very smart,people,Highly Educated highly intelligent but,you put them in a situation in which,dissent is punished severely in what,happens they go silent and when when the,moderates or when anyone is afraid to,question the dominant view the,organization the institution gets stupid,take the case of Ronald Sullivan a,professor at Harvard Law School who was,also the faculty dean of Winthrop house,an undergraduate residence hall in,January 2019 Sullivan joined Harvey,Weinstein's sexual assault defense team,under the principle that every accused,criminal is entitled to a robust defense,so at Harvard some students objected now,great let them object to Ron Sullivan,defending Harvey Weinstein that's what,you should do in school you should make,an argument and then he can answer back,that would be great but that's not what,happened what happened was that a,Harvard undergrad demanded in a Facebook,post that Sullivan stepped down as Dean,calling his defense of Weinstein deeply,trauma-inducing for sexual assault,victims the students use a discourse a,dialogue of he is dangerous,his presence near me is threatening to,me within a few months Harvard responded,by removing Sullivan as dean of the,residence hall it's not just professors,on the firing line in a recent survey,more than

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Meet The TikToker Selling Human Bones Online

Meet The TikToker Selling Human Bones Online

we've derived walking up to the front,porch now,hello,nice to meet you john ferry i'm brad,nice nice to finally meet you,but those are the two skulls right you,mind if i come take a look,so it was a gift right it was it was a,gift and you had no idea did they know,that it was real,i'm assuming she did,i mean,it was marked dental skulls,in the box yeah yeah these have all the,indications of what would make a clay,adam's skull which is good to know,this is john pachaya fairy he's 22 years,old and he didn't just make the three,hour trip up from brooklyn because he's,really into bones even though he is,this is a business trip,he runs a company called john's bones,which sells human remains online he runs,the whole thing out of his apartment,welcome in,wow it's a collection of skeletons and,pieces of medical history this is a,phantom skull,these are my two exploded skulls,here's the spine wall whoa okay,wow how many are there here over a,hundred there's a hundred spines in here,127.,how much money is this entire collection,worth right now,half a million six hundred thousand,dollars half a million,in here,damn,what was the first bone,you acquired do you have that still no i,let it go i don't believe in hoarding,you don't believe in hoarding,so early on,i started with animal skeletons but i,started the business with 300 my bank,account so the only way that i was,really able to grow the business was by,buying and selling how do you source the,bones,almost 100 of the bones that we get are,inherited,so we do not work with tribal skulls we,do not work with grave rub skulls or any,type of skulls that are not,educational and medical for instance i,had someone whose father was a doctor in,the 40s and they inherited the skeleton,so,companies like us provide a service to,help people that don't know what to do,with these pieces and i've unfortunately,seen pieces end up in the trash and,buried because people just didn't know,what to do with it what can somebody buy,a website,we try to make everything available from,individual bones to skulls to,pathological skulls all the way to full,skeletons what's the most expensive,thing you have on your site i think,currently it's a full skeleton i think,it's selling for 7 200.,i've seen some sales happen privately,that can range over 40 50 000,who you selling to,we tried to sell,to osteologists and educators that can,stand to benefit from these pieces our,goal is for these pieces to be used for,education and respectfully and we put it,on our client to be able to follow that,guideline you just have to trust that,the client is going to abide by that yes,we do our best to make sure that these,pieces are preserved but i also believe,that everybody has the right to study,osteology,up until the mid 20th century osteology,or the study of bones pretty much had to,be done with actual bones it was,extremely common for medical students to,be required to buy a personal box of,human bones along with their textbooks,in order to learn how the human body,worked but even now the trade of human,remains is still happening,with the exception of a few states it is,perfectly legal to buy or sell human,bones,you can go to amazon right now and add a,human rib or fibula to your shopping,cart,but most people who know about john,ferry aren't customers they found him,through tick tock where he runs a mostly,educational account sharing his,knowledge about bones to over half a,million followers what if the cubs to,come found some bones in my wall are,they human i don't no they are not this,is what a real human vertebrae looks,like ciao everyone today we got a skull,that came into the showroom that's in,need of repair so i wanted to take you,through that process,do you think that everybody who is who,is collecting bones is as into the,education part as you are well i can't,speak for what other people are doing,currently within the industry but here,at john's bones we believe in educating,and destigmatizing a stigmatized,industry,why is it stigmatized well you know when,i was even doing animal skeletons people,would come up to me in my high school,you'd be like oh you must be obsessed,with death because you work with bones,and even look at crime shows csi it's,related to murder and death so that's,why we really want to paint it in an,insightful and an educational manner,where it doesn't have to be creepy dark,and scary but could be something that,can benefit humanity the question that,people seem to ask you most often is,where do these bones come from it's a,complex question because the medical,bone trait expanded over a hundred years,in four different continents,but the simplest response is the bones,come from individuals who donated their,bodies to medical science,this is where things get tricky,a lot of the bones that john's bones,sells do have labels on them from,well-known companies like adam rowley or,millikin and lawley companies that no,longer exist or haven't sold real bones,for decades,which means it's 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Experts Reveal Why Russia is in Trouble

Experts Reveal Why Russia is in Trouble

Russia gambled big on Ukraine, and lost.,But could the nation be on the brink of falling apart?,The problems facing Russia today are significant and numerous, and even if the war were to,end today, the nation would be in the weakest position it's been since the fall of the Soviet,Union.,Maybe even worse.,Russia's most imminent problems are on the battlefield.,After the launch of the Ukrainian fall counteroffensive, Russia's position in Ukraine is becoming increasingly,difficult.,The offensive was at first believed to be a 'flash in the pan' by Ukrainian armed forces,,with most of the world still believing Russia was simply too big and capable a military,for the plucky Ukrainian forces to seriously threaten with overwhelming defeat.,However, the initial gains in the northeast of the country soon turned into an outright,rout of Russian forces.,Ukraine cut off critical lines of communication running from Russia itself in the north to,key positions in the center and northeastern occupied territories.,The battle for Lyman sealed the fate of Russian forces in the occupied north.,Here Ukraine went up against the vaunted 1st Guards Tank Army, Russia's most elite armor,formation.,It was equipped with some of the best equipment that Russia could muster, and was originally,meant to be the tip of the spear of an attack straight into NATO's best defenses.,In an alternate scenario where NATO invaded Russia, the 1st Guards Tank Army would be,held in reserve, counterattacking straight into any NATO breakthrough.,The 1st Guards weren't just the best Russia had left, they were the best even before the,war started- period.,And Ukraine delivered such a stunning defeat that a significant portion of its equipment,was abandoned, the tankers and gunners of the 1st Guards fleeing for their lives.,The 144th Guards Motor Rifle Division, formed specifically to provide infantry support for,the 1st Guards, was delivered an equally stunning defeat.,Any Russian military blogger or western Russian supporter still claiming that Russia was simply,โ€œholding its best in reserveโ€ was permanently shut up.,There simply is no better than the 1st Guards.,The counteroffensive had failed to make significant gains in the south, which had originally been,believed to have been Ukraine's main objective.,The ruse worked so well that Russia repositioned multiple Battalion Tactical Groups to the,south, leaving up its northern flank for exploitation.,Here, Ukraine faced significant and overwhelming resistance- yet, against all odds, found victory,with the liberation of Kherson.,The city had been the only regional capital taken by Russia's forces, and its liberation,was a crushing blow to Russian morale.,With the Ukrainian flag flying once more in Kherson, even the most hardline Russian supporters,had begun to voice considerable concern over the state of their armed forces- and the fate,of the war.,But Ukraine didn't achieve these victories in a vacuum, and this is where Russia faces,its most significant problem in Ukraine.,Since the start of the war, tens of billions of dollars of military aid have flown into,Ukraine, with an equal amount of civilian aid to help keep Kyiv's government afloat.,When it became clear that a quick military victory wasn't possible, Russia had planned,on simply waiting out Kyiv's inevitable financial collapse, exploiting the resulting chaos and,lack of government support to erode public support for the Kyiv government.,However, that collapse never came as the west kept Kyiv- and continues to- afloat with billions,of dollars of financial aid.,If this wasn't bad enough, advanced western equipment is the most dangerous threat to,Russian forces today.,In order to attempt to stop, or at least slow the rate of direct military support, Russia,attempted to play the nuclear trump card.,Vladimir Putin has played a game of nuclear brinkmanship since it became clear in late,summer that his forces had failed and the Russian military was having its initial momentum,reversed.,To his credit, it's been very effective, just not quite effective enough.,The threat of nuclear weapons has been heavily hinted at by Vladimir Putin, with him repeatedly,stating that no option was off the table.,Though he has not specifically stated he would use nuclear weapons, even when asked directly,,he has chosen to speak ambigiously enough to leave the specter of nuclear warfare alive,and well in the minds of the west.,Naturally, western observers were horrified at the thought of nukes dropping inside Ukraine,,and even more so of what that would inevitably mean when the west retaliated against Russia,for their use.,For the first time since the Cold War, the world was once more staring down the barrel,of global nuclear warfare.,But Vladimir wasn't just talking tough, he was talking directly to you, the supporters,of Ukraine all around the world.,Because he wanted to scare you enough to question either your government's, or the west's continued,military support 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If Facebook Were a Human (1/2) | Doozly | Ft. Marzuk Russell

If Facebook Were a Human (1/2) | Doozly | Ft. Marzuk Russell

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These Locals Understand My Sense Of Humor - Kathmandu, Nepal๐Ÿ‡ณ๐Ÿ‡ต

These Locals Understand My Sense Of Humor - Kathmandu, Nepal๐Ÿ‡ณ๐Ÿ‡ต

hi,good afternoon guys we are here in Nepal in Kathmandu and we are trying to get a some,winter pants because I wasn't ready to come to Nepal I only have one trousers it's kind,of tiny so we need to find something for like winter when it's cold when I go to mountains,or somewhere so we can have a good trousers to warm up with and I'm in this Bazaar where,they sell all these jackets and pants and stuff like that and also bags and the roads,doesn't look great I think they are doing a reconstruction here and they haven't finished,still so we need to find shop first let's check out the price here Namaste how are you,do you have a winter pants how much is this how much is that yeah this one you have big,sizes yeah what's that you have my size 2XL yeah how much is the price,28 50 2 900. wow you don't have cheaper,this is original Adidas this is eye copy I copy yeah original copy,how much is this 28.50 after discount this is 2300 so 20 300 yeah 2000 300 2 300 yeah,2300 yeah okay uh you have some better prices 1500 or something or no in this shop everything,is expensive like this dessert t-shirt no I want a pants I have two shorts I have this,for the winter but I need trousers okay I check other places thank you okay thank you,see you bye bye,so we have a first price proposal 2300 you have to find other places namaste,maybe somewhere here the shops looks a little bit fancy we have to find less fancy places,I guess namaste how much is this huh how much,discount,how much,just a minute okay okay,meanwhile we can check out the shop oh you have a nice shop very beautiful oh this is,a nice shoes this is for toilet no it's for what for fashion yes looks like uh the night,shows to go to toilet,how much 39.50,3950. okay so it's a brand okay thank you,I was expecting price go down no price actually go up I think we have to look uh shops like,this one Mary will have our size and also Style let's see fake Puma maybe one of this,I must say how much is this Namaste how much is this this one please give me a good price,fifteen hundred do you have a big big size yeah how much big size is same price okay,do you have a different style,do you have a different color yeah,ah this same price oh what's the best quality all our same quality yeah yeah this is for,winter right it will it will not be too cold yeah okay so all of them 1500,different price yeah so give me the best best quality like it will not itching or it will,be good and also keep me warm this one's yeah the blue how much is blue,1500,yes 1500 no 1800 1700 yeah big size twixer do you think this is my size can you open,it please yeah it doesn't look like it's gonna fit into my belly,okay this is you think so yeah if it's small I can come back exactly no problem yes yes,so what's the final price 1700., yes okay and um do you have even bigger size than this or two Excel is the,maximum yeah maximum there's no bigger size okay it's fine I'm gonna take that please,I'm from Azerbaijan Belgium Azerbaijan it's uh close to Turkey you know Turkey yeah turkey,yeah so I have a 300 give me yeah what was the original price you give me it's a 2400.,original is 2400 wow you give me a big discount bro thank you,how much is this is for you thank you you can keep it thank you no it's for you thank,you bye bye if it's uh too small I come back okay okay thank you bye-bye okay we have our,trousers but I have no idea what's the price in dollars I mean I think 2000 is a quite,reasonable price but let's have a look 2000 is basically 15 American dollars this is how,much we paid for but he gave me price for 1700. which means it makes it 12 only so I,think it's a great price,twelve dollars now I also need to buy some winter socks which is gonna be Namaste G it's,a very muddy here so I'm walking slowly,let's see if we can find a socks here somewhere maybe here Namaste how are you guys you have,a winter socks long socks Instagram this is hiking socks yes okay you have a black black,or blue blue yes oh wow it's a gentleman is hiking here OTS socks our tears good quality,good quality how much 80 rupees 180 wow you give me a very good price thank you uh how,many pieces you need I think you have a l this is L yeah yes you have bigger not to,come in here one side's coming one size okay I have uh I will have two thank you no no,I wanna blue blue blue blue,oh this is your wife wife yes wife is chilling there in the fire enjoying the fire namaste,is also your shot,okay okay brother please take uh 500 from here how much was it 100 180 it makes 360.,350. yeah you can take uh 400. just give me 100. you are confused no why 180 180,uh three three fifty Three Sixty yes yes ah here we go hello um,yes yes just give me a hundred you have hundreds,okay okay I I don't like uh giving change uh no no I don't like the high price this,is your shop too yes it's uh no lights dark it's now just Wing okay okay thank you very,nice to meet you she's the boss you are the boss no she's the boss she's boss yes which,country from I'm fr

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Likes, selfies and self-promotion - The hidden dangers of social media | DW Documentary

Likes, selfies and self-promotion - The hidden dangers of social media | DW Documentary

in real life people don't tell each,other wow you're so beautiful great,makeup whereas on social media you,instantly get comments and reactions so,you think to yourself since they liked,it it must be okay i can do this all day,i like to post pretty things because i,think they're nice to look at they might,make someone pause for a moment and,think that's pretty it catches your,attention and makes you want to come,back and see what i'm up to,the feeling i get when i take the photos,is a feeling of satisfaction of saying i,made something beautiful,my makeup looks nice i feel good,it gives me a boost and makes me feel,really good kind of satisfied,we live in a global village,half of humanity is online,everyone can put themselves on display,on facebook,instagram snapchat or tick tock,through social media we flaunt our lives,and judge the lives of others,in this ideal world,bodies are perfectly shaped,hobbies are exciting,love stories have happy endings,and holidays are perfect,but is this virtual happiness an,accurate depiction of reality,hidden behind these perfect lives there,is often suffering addiction,depression and even suicide,social media has revolutionized our,lives from young to old,my name's maria i'm 40 years old,i have four children between 1 and 10,years old,i try to balance my life between being a,mother my work and my instagram account,i follow accounts that match my,interests mostly about family activities,for kids cooking and decoration,it's a kind of happy place for me,something that takes me out of my,everyday life,can you get back in there,that's good,great anna,just like that is perfect look we'll,post this one it's fun isn't it,is mom sending pictures of us,look how nice this one is,look at the pictures of anna how the,colors are matching there,since signing up five years ago maria,street has been sharing her private life,with everyone including complete,strangers,she has already shared one thousand,photos,look we're gonna do a story with the,little birds,it's an account about her everyday life,but without any flaws or low points,i'm sharing these happy moments of my,life so that i can revisit my instagram,20 years from now as an old lady and say,to myself,see you had a nice life it was fun,i think i spent a lot of time with my,children and that's what i'd like to,remember,but then again i often think that from,the outside there's also a very,self-centered aspect to it,i don't kid myself about that,i know this is me saying look at me look,at my life,showing,you'll take a snapshot because you're,both so cute look at me raphael,social media has turned us all into,brand ambassadors of happiness and,beautiful moments,instagramable propaganda can you look at,me,oh that's cute,there you go,i like posting these little moments and,share them with others,it sounds a bit cheesy but it's true,these are my little moments of joy,throughout the day,even if they might not be representative,of a 24-hour day with four children in a,small apartment,in that sense it's a bit of false,advertising,i'll edit this one a bit,social media reinforces this idea of a,society where people are consumed with,the pursuit of happiness,it's a kind of tyranny of happiness on,display,basically this happiness algorithm,telling you that you have to succeed at,all costs is reinforced and even created,by social media,so when i post a photo of me on vacation,with my kids,of course i'm only showing the moment,when we're all fine,not mentioning the fight i had with my,partner moments before the photo was,taken,or that my kids were crying shortly,after,so little by little,we're doing the same thing advertising,has always tried to do,namely to spark some desire in another,person,in this virtual world it's not enough to,present your life as a series of,beautiful images,first you have to pique the interest of,others,when you post a photo that took you a,long time to frame to find the right,filter and create a caption with,different hashtags,you expect people who see it to like it,or leave a comment,having comments under your posts is the,most important thing,the founders of social networks have,come up with a game changer,the like button,they all have their own version,the thumb for facebook and the hearts,for instagram and tick tock,today our entire lives are subject to,the judgment of our virtual friends,that's nice,we need to be reassured that we are,loved that we are recognized that we are,seen,that we exist,social media allows us to fulfill those,needs,it's a revolution,the desire to be seen,to be recognized to be loved,that's where we go to look for it now,in the past i would have to reach out to,others for approval to seek confirmation,that i am worthy that i am someone,today it's enough to post a few photos,to get that reassurance,giving meaning to one's life through the,approval of others is not just good for,the ego,the like also triggers a physiological,response in us,liking triggers certain parts of the,brain,in particular t

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How TikTok's Algorithm Figures You Out | WSJ

How TikTok's Algorithm Figures You Out | WSJ

- Okay, has anyone else noticed that your For You page,has been a little too accurate lately?,It hasn't been things that I'll google,or I talk about.,It's been thoughts.,- TikTok knows everything about us.,โ™ช Hold up, don't scroll โ™ช,โ™ช Lemme ask you something first โ™ช,โ™ช Can someone please explain โ™ช,โ™ช How this algorithm works โ™ช,- TikTok users often wonder,how the world's fastest-growing social network seems,to know them so well.,- Is TikTok secretly listening to us,while we're watching videos?,I don't know.,(upbeat music),- The answer to how this app gets to know you,so intimately is a highly secretive algorithm,,long guarded by TikTok's,China-based parent company, ByteDance.,- TikTok has been so successful,in terms of implementing their algorithms.,- TikTok's algorithm could influence the thinking,of US youth.,(upbeat music),- To understand how it knows users so well,,The Wall Street Journal created,over 100 automated TikTok accounts or bots,that watched hundreds of thousands of videos on the app.,We also spoke to current and former executives,at the company.,Officially, the company says that shares,,likes, follows and what you watch all play a role,in what TikTok shows you.,We found that TikTok only needs one,of these to figure you out.,How long you linger over a piece of content.,Every second you hesitate or rewatch,,the app is tracking you.,- I just wanna quiet the noise.,- Through this one powerful signal,,TikTok learns your most hidden interests and emotions.,And drives you deep into rabbit holes of content,that are hard to escape.,(noise of voices),โ™ช I'm happy, happy guy โ™ช,โ™ช Oh, just a happy, happy, happy โ™ช,- The TikTok experience starts,the same way for everyone.,Open the app and you'll immediately see an endless string,of videos in your For You feed.,Take this new user,,a 24-year-old from Henry County, Kentucky.,(jumbled music plays),TikTok starts by serving the account a selection,of very popular videos vetted,by app moderators.,Is this person religious?,- Because I still have a purpose.,And you still hold a plan for my life.,- Do they wanna participate in viral dances.,(upbeat music),โ™ช Hey, hey, who โ™ช,(upbeat music),- Are they feeling down lately?,- Just remember, I loved you once.,And that love goes for a friend,,family, or any relationship.,- What TikTok doesn't know,is that the 24-year-old from Kentucky,isn't a person at all.,It's one of the bot accounts programmed,by The Wall Street Journal.,Let's call it kentucky_96.,We set up these accounts to understand,how TikTok figures out your unexpressed interests.,We assigned each bot a date of birth and an IP address,,which told TikTok their location.,None were given a gender.,We gave each bot or user interests,but those interests were never entered into the app.,The only way our users expressed their interests,was by rewatching or pausing on videos,with related hashtags or images.,Some were into extreme sports.,Others were interested in forestry.,Or dance.,Or astrology.,- I'm not the babysitter, I'm not the parent.,- Or some other topic.,- Keep scrolling if you hate animals.,- For all our accounts,,we found that TikTok draws users in at first,by serving a wide variety of videos.,Many with millions of views.,Then as the algorithm sees what you respond to,,the selection of videos and the view counts,can get lower and lower,with fewer of them vetted by moderators,to see if they violate TikTok's terms of service.,We reviewed our experiment,and its results with a data scientist,,an algorithm expert, Guillaume Chaslot,,a former Google engineer,who worked on YouTube's algorithm.,He's now an advocate for algorithm transparency.,The says TikTok is different,from other social media platforms.,- The algorithm on TikTok can get much more powerful,and it can be able to learn,your vulnerabilities much faster.,- In fact, TikTok fully learned many,of our accounts' interests in less than two hours.,Some it figured out in less than 40 minutes.,- On YouTube, more than 70% of the views come,from the recommendation engine.,So it's already huge.,But on TikTok, it's even worse.,It's probably like 90-95%,of the content that is seen,that comes from the recommendation engine.,(dramatic music),- This is a visualization made,from hashtags attached to the videos our bots watched.,Think of it as a partial view,of the universe of TikTok content.,Here's where we found dance videos,,over here are the cooking videos.,The spindly arm stretching out of the center,represent niche content areas.,This arm starts with general videos of cute animals,but if we follow it out to the end,,we find more specific videos for enthusiast,of French bulldogs.,As kentucky_96 starts its journey,,it starts moving around within the mainstream,where TikTok is trying to puzzle out what it wants.,We programmed kentucky_96,to be interested in sadness and depression.,Let's see how long it takes TikTok to figure that out.,- Life doesn't happen to you,,life happens for you.,So if life is taking people away from you

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Cody Rhodes describes the pain he went through at WWE Hell in a Cell: Raw, Jan. 9, 2023

Cody Rhodes describes the pain he went through at WWE Hell in a Cell: Raw, Jan. 9, 2023

Six full years.,I didn't think I was coming back.,I'm going to do it for you, I'm going to do it for me and,I am going to do it for the American Dream Dusty Roads.,It is a perfect alignment of all the stars.,>> Cody Rhodes suffered a partial pectoral tear.,Then working out, he tore the pectoral muscle right off the bone.,>> Having gone this long, I almost felt bulletproof.,I had been doing this since I was 20 years old, no major injuries.,I was adamant that I perform, that I compete cuz people paid their money,,you know and I get the chance to do that, so I can't complain.,No human being could have kept me from getting in the ring., It's like oxygen.,I needed to be in the ring that night.,>> >> My gosh.,>> >> I can't even fathom,>> ,>> Ring the bell., >> My chest was heavily damaged.,I had a full tear.,It wasn't a matter of sympathy.,It was more of a matter of, is this safe?,Is this cool?,The only thing I really vividly remember from the match,was I hit a springboard cutter and I thought I was about to,vomit because I had cramped up the attachment that's,on my collar bone that my pec was still attached to you.,You don't wanna see it, but you can't look away.,I was the car wreck.,>> >> One, two, three.,>> I have not watched that match back.,It resonates with people and, man, I'm very proud of that,,but I don't think I can ever watch it back.,Because it's a little scary.,I clearly I'm willing to sacrifice a lot,The reception was really somber, because you knew I needed to go get surgery.,>> Cody sustained a complete rupture of his,pectoralis major on the right side, >> I think,that there's some nerves on his end, he's never had a major surgery before.,I hope that this is the worst of it.,>> Things went better than planned and that we thought it was a muscular injury,,not a tendon injury, and that's better.,The real meat of this is it has to heal.,>> So I'm lying at a hospital hospital bed and the questions start creeping in.,Was the surgery a success?,How long until I'm back?,Would I be as good as I was?,I'm almost ashamed to admit it, but,am I willing to go down the road that's in front of me?,To get back to the level that I was at.,I know the work begins now.

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