…why organizations that promote free speech often impose serious restrictions on who can speak and what they can say within their venues.
…why certain astute social media professionals who can talk for hours about the vast differences between various social platforms… often post the same exact content on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, etc.
….why certain individuals strive to obtain a job that others would die to have, then fail to put in the effort needed to succeed in that coveted position.
…why certain users complain loudly about things they get free. (Apps, software, social media channels, etc.)
…why providers of mind-blowing technology often cannot handle the basics of human interaction with customers.
…why people who have seen few or none of the nominated films/performances care deeply about who wins at the Oscars.
…why people are not more skeptical of statistics that are freely shared and repeated but may or may not be legit.
…why, in terms of engagement, one Instagram follower is just as valuable as 22 Twitter followers. (Okay, that’s a bogus stat that I just made up. See previous line.)
…why people in a hurry in the morning will devote 10 minutes (or more) to waiting in a drive-thru lane for coffee, etc.
…why certain PR types still occasionally post articles stating that the press release is dead (or, at least, obsolete).
…why certain individuals detest the perceived biases of a respected media outlet but are quick to quote content when that outlet’s output jibes with their own beliefs.
…why I find broadcast weather reports compelling even though I already have most of that info on my phone and my laptop.
Ah, life’s mysteries.