Ok, I am about to get controversial here. I been on both sides of the spectrum, one more than the other, I only cheated once. My ex who kept cheating on me over and over again, I finally gave up and thought two wrongs made a right,well in my case it did. He felt terrible and never cheated again. Well, on the next girl. I have been cheated on both times. I know friends who have been the other person. Let's discuss that part.
People ask me, "do you remember what it was like before you knew you had CFS" yes I do. I started getting symptoms about a year ago, getting tired over doing nothing, sick feeling with either a low-grade fever or no fever at all. Always having a sore throat, body aches. Most of the time I wrote it off as the flu and so did doctors without ever flu testing me. The thing was after my symptoms would go down, I was still feeling minor issues like the fatigue and so on, I started to blame it on my ADHD medication. When it wore off, I assumed it would just crash. Then I get asked "do you remember what it was like before you had CFS" yes, I remember that too. I think about that alot. How great it was to wake up, after sleeping all night and feeling good. Being able to do household chores without fighting with my body, being able to exercise every day, being able to drive more than 20 minutes at a time, Being able to work, being able to not have to cancel plans. Yeah I certainly remember, and sadly, now I know I have a 5% chance of that ever coming back, and even then it wouldn't be fully normal.
I am in no way saying cell phones have not come a long way with cameras. Some even have that "dslr" quality. I am in no way dissing on cell phone photographers. But I had an interesting and insulting conversation today with someone. It really opened up my eyes. The way the new cell phones are advertising their great, multi lens cameras are NOTHING like a DSLR camera. First off, DSLR cameras have a multitude of settings that cell phone cameras do not. I know because I have one of those so called cell phone cameras. The auto focus is really all you can use, and if you use manual its NOTHING like using the DSLR manual. I would like to ask the cell phone photographers that claim they are better than the rest of us, what does Aperture mode mean? what does it do? do you know what an F stop is and what it does? How about typical depth? Do you know what the shutter speed is and how important you need to know how to use it, what about the ISO? do you know how that effects quality of photos? I bet, they can not answer at least 2 of these questions if not more. DSLR cameras will ALWAYS be the professional ones. Anyone can pick up a camera and take photos, and maybe really great ones, I don't doubt that at all, but how silly would it look to show up to a gig with a cell phone as a camera, a professional gig that you are getting paid 200 dollars to do? I bet you if anything, you are not getting hired.