Daniel Stillwater is one of the youngest agents at his brokerage in Santa Barbara. After scouring the MLS for a three-bedroom condo for about twenty minutes, he decided to watch a Youtube video that his buddy sent him over Facebook messenger. An agent sitting next to him at the time reports that Daniel put on his candy red Beats (headphones) and watched multiple videos of penguins tripping over a rope. A local Title Rep begging for his attention described the scene: “he snickered to himself for about fifteen minutes straight before watching a video of Russel Westbrook’s Top Ten Dunks of 2014.” Daniel eventually transitioned to an Elite Daily article titled, “Seven Reasons to Have Sex With a Pisces.” His office manager strolled up the stairs behind Daniel after checking up on multiple agents. Without flinching, Daniel effortlessly opened an MLS tab in the top right corner of his screen. He began clicking around as if he was in the middle of an important search. Without hesitation, the office manager nodded his head and continued to lurk on the other agents. Daniel Stillwater will go down in history as the inventor of the “MLS open-tab technique.” As realtors, we will forever owe him our praise and respect.