Popularity hides mediocrity

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About milcom
A software developer by profession, Milcom is a football lover and considers music as his religion. While he is not working, he likes reading blogs, listening to music, reading novels or simply sitting idle, in which he is a world champion.

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  1. subbulakshmistoned says:

    agreed.
    i could give many examples from Twitter to prove the point…

  2. Sreekanth says:

    its pretty true if you look at it from any angle….the world kinda changes its perception of someone once he/she is popular..doesnt even mtter if he is got the req skill set or not..i guess that way it does.but in places wer it takes talent to be popular,totally different case..BUT only until u have become popular enough..u can afford to slack off after that , and people might still consider your mediocre work as awesome…v seen it wen it comes to stuff like painting,photography etc..

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