“Sometimes Doing Nothing is the Most Violent Thing to Do.” – Zizek #FamousLastWords

I've always loved the fact that Zizek's 200+ page essay 'On Violence' ends with that last line. #Violence #Philosophy #Zizek #RevolutionOfEveryDayLife #Revolution #Antifa #Resistance #Rebellion #Death #Choice #Freedom #Futurism #Cyberpunk #Democracy #2ndAmendment #Constitution #Anarchy #Anarchism #Crimethinc @crimethincagain Violence: Six Sideways Reflectionsby Slavoj Žižek

Waking Up With Broken Glass in My Mind from Walking the City Barefoot in My Dreams, Facing a Radical Orientation Of Revaluation OF The Dirt

'The only way I can feel the least bit important is to think of all the mud that didn't even get to sit up and. look around. I got so much, and most mud got so little." - Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Naf_WiEb9Qs Good morning to the remaining rage and lust within. Oh... you COULD have it all. … Continue reading Waking Up With Broken Glass in My Mind from Walking the City Barefoot in My Dreams, Facing a Radical Orientation Of Revaluation OF The Dirt

Social Media Looks to ‘Waiting for Godot’ to Perfect Its Equation of Desiring Meaning and Truth While Being Kept Forever In Its Waiting Room: Why the ‘Lucky’ Algorithm is the Future of Big Tech

VLADIMIRTell him . . . (he hesitates) . . . tell him you saw us. (Pause.) You did see us, didn't you?BOYYes Sir. (1.817-8) Every day Vladimir and Estragon wait for Godot. It's their thing. Much like social media addicts, they show up every day to wait for him, and Samuel Beckett's existential play 'Waiting for Godot' never … Continue reading Social Media Looks to ‘Waiting for Godot’ to Perfect Its Equation of Desiring Meaning and Truth While Being Kept Forever In Its Waiting Room: Why the ‘Lucky’ Algorithm is the Future of Big Tech

Youtube Channel ‘In/Frame/Out’ Talks ‘Se7en’ (David Fincher, 1995) – A Whole, and Inimitable, Box of Worms

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_4MPAf0wG1M Found this video a very good watch on Se7en, one of my favorite films. Just thought I'd share. I find this film to be like a bonafide Existentialist philosophical text. Very well discussed.