Thank you for validating Gen Z's constant need for attention. I find it creepy to some extent that people are so open about sharing their lives with the entire world, or at least fabricating a lovely Instagram life, for the sake of being "LIKED". Can't anyone simply enjoy life for a minute without having to photograph or make a video out of it? Why is it so difficult for this generation to "LIKE" themselves, and their own life independently of what other people think? Personally, the most troubling thing about having a camera 100% of the time, is people aren't using good judgment on when and what is appropriate to photograph or record on video. If you see another person or an animal in distress, it's NOT the time to stand there and selfishly use their suffering for your entertainment. Put the phone down, unless you're calling 911, and be a good Samaritan. It's very cruel and emotionless to stand there, thinking about Instagram posts, while someone is suffering before your eyes IN REAL LIFE.