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Alexander Steinberg, an 18-year-old aspiring filmmaker managed to put together a video that encourages us all as an audience to take a minute, and ask ourselves, 'why does Pokémon GO! matter?'

Does it really? Or is there something more meaningful, impactful 'afoot? Is it the game's ability to unite strangers that'd otherwise never cross paths? One quote captured in the video sticks out in particular:

“You know my favorite part about this? Number one my brother and I used to play this as kids. He ends up passing away,” CrobinMaxxis said, pointing up. “He’s up there still, still, having a better fuckin’ collection than I do. But all the violence in the world, brutality, all this fucking racism. Look around here. You see this?” he said, gesturing to the crowd. “Not a single one is the same. Everyone is having a good time. This is what the world needs now.”
Via Ali Jardz
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Attenborough, popularly known as the erudite voice behind BBC's Planet Earth documentaries, is no stranger to unique and bizarre animal behaviors. However, there are few species as perplexing as homo sapiens screamius, otherwise known as the common fangirl. As fascinating as they are annoying, these adolescent female humans exhibit herd mentality hysterics often reserved for swarming bees or fleeing Serengeti zebras, and their fleeting obsessive behavior can only be deciphered by zoology's foremost thinkers.