A moment where an individual sees through the blasphemy of a given or spoken rule in a situation, and in a fashion resembling the philosophy of Henry David Thoreau, speaks against the rules or laws set on the situation often in the name of justice.
A potential form of anarchy for a just cause. The basic use of a Thoreau moment allows the individual to stand up for their rights when they deserve it most. Despite the parallel structure in diction, this is not to be confused with a nigga moment.
Security guard(across the hall): HEY! YOU'RE NOT ALLOWED IN THE HALLWAYS!
Person(getting something from his locker): But...I have a pass! And I need something from my locker!
Security guard: IF YOU DON'T GO BACK TO CLASS NOW, I'M SENDING YOU TO THE OFFICE!
Person: But...I'm not a delinquent! And I didn't do anything wrong!
Security guard: I'M SENDING YOU TO THE OFFICE! YOU'RE NOT SUPPOSED TO BE IN THE HALLWAYS RIGHT NOW!
Person: Fine then, I'll talk to the principal about this, because this isn't right! An unjust law is no law at all!
A behavioral offset(though not necessarily a detrimental one) in which a person will treat a random person they meet with(and probably helped with once or twice in their lives) as if they were best friends. Typical Myspace Syndrome can be identified in superfluously affectionate behavior(ie: often demanded big hugs when they meet, etc)
How the two meet is by no means limited to just adding each other as friends on Myspace/Facebook/etc.
Guy A: Hey! :D
Girl: OMG, it's (insert name here). Hi :D
Guy B: Man, look at him. He's only met this girl one day last month ago when she asked for homework help, and now they act like there's an unbreakable bond between them, like every other girl this guy met. He's got a serious case of Myspace Syndrome.