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Jumping on a bandwagon is a popular pastime, but it is cheap and unoriginal behaviour.

In a world where so many people claim they want to express their individuality it’s surprising that so many do it mindlessly, through mimicry.

Bandwagons are for bands; you can stand back and enjoy the music without being part of it.

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