My kingdom for an hour of silence.

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10 Responses to My kingdom for an hour of silence.

  1. AK says:

    Should the curve be inversed? That when you have way too much or way too little free time you have little sanity, and that when you have a medium amount of free time, you feel sane?

  2. Maguilao says:

    Shouldn’t it be flipped? With low sanity for too little or too much free time?

  3. Jon says:

    My personal graph would be flipped as well

  4. Murdoink says:

    Yeah I also think it should be flipped, too much free time drives me nuts

  5. Luke says:

    My 2 cents:

    If you have free time, but not enough to do anything useful (or fun) with it, your sanity lowers. When you have enough free time, sanity increases again. But why not having free time at all would be sane I don’t understand.

  6. Jack Assels says:

    It looked just right to me before I read the comments. I just read what Jessica meant, not what she wrote, because that made sense. More proof that brains will gladly ignore the evidence of their eyes to make the “theory” plausible.

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