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When we were kids, even a fellow kid from next neighborhood seemed to be mysterious and awe inspiring to us, especially if we had some hunch that he or she was rich.

But as we grew up, we learnt so much about other humans through internet history, articles, basic psychology and other humanistic subjects (add to it our frequent travel and interactions) that we could roughly define limits into which, vast majority of humans could be confined.

Has this knowledge somehow made interaction with potential acquaintances mundane? Or are there still areas which we cant know, maybe some permutations of existing subjects, could yield new areas of human choices, personality and knowledge? Or maybe interaction is so strong that mere knowledge couldn't tell us even half of what a person is all about because reading is far less impacting to our senses than experiencing?

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