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People who are addicted to fame and attention. Do you find it understandable?

I do. Especially if it doesn't go sour. The reason I do and please don't misunderstand me, I promise I'm not being deluded, but from time to time I've posted things on, for example, youtube or photographs on flickr that have received a lot of attention and praise. They haven't been of me, but the videos were old archive footage I had that I edited and put to music and several times they did extremely well very quickly and it was great fun to get all the praise and lots of nice messages. Seeing them featured on websites etc... & when the heat (for want of a better word) died down it was slightly like the sun going in. I felt sort of deflated. So, in a tiny way, it gave me a taste of what it's like to get a lot of attention and praise in obviously a very small way. It made me think of how very famous people must feel when they're international stars and suddenly people stop looking at them and praising them and talking about them and their work. Some people are relieved, but some just can't stand it and I think it's understandable.

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