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Is conformity, consumption, and obedience really that bad?
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Philosophy is the big one, but I also dabble in the realms of [decent] creative writing, and then politics, anthropology and sociology. I have recently acquired an interest in architecture and certain kinds of art, mainly surrealism. However I can only profess to be a novice at these last two. Creativity is the key.
Not to mention my love of scifi. Glorious scifi. Surrealism on TV. Star Trek, Babylon 5, Farscape, and the Stargate series. They are my guilty pleasure.
A love of philosophy and scifi, yeah I've got a lot to offer.
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3 Oct 2004
This poem uses overtly explicit and graphic language. It uses the obscenity f**k to acheive its message. I won't edit it.
In my opinion this is one of the best love poems ever written, this is my tribute to Etheridge Knight, and anyone who knows how he feels. God damn us.
Feeling Fucked Up
Lord she's gone done left me done packed / up and split
and I with no way to make her
come back and everywhere the world is bare
bright bone white crystal sand glistens
dope death dead dying and jiving drove
her away made her take her laughter and her smiles
and her softness and her midnight sighs--
Fuck Coltrane and music and clouds drifting in the sky
fuck the sea and trees and the sky and birds
and alligators and all the animals that roam the earth
fuck marx and mao fuck fidel and nkrumah and
democracy and communism fuck smack and pot
and red ripe tomatoes fuck joseph fuck mary fuck
god jesus and all the disciples fuck fanon nixon
and malcom fuck the revolution fuck freedom fuck
the whole muthafucking thing
all i want now is my woman back
so my soul can sing
22 Aug 2004
Recently I saw the movie again, right up there with Nightmare Before Christmas, although I think the characters here are better. And since I remember a poll a while back about the Nightmare characters, I figure this could work too.
I would have to say Mr. Grasshopper for me, for his devotion to classical music as well as his intellectual pursuits, as well as that more than hint of arrogance we share.
This may belong in Daft, that is for moderators to decide.
4 Aug 2004
Consider it a study on voter turnout.
If you intend not to vote, could you please state the reason why? If you do intend to, why?
And please, try not to use the third option unless it really suits you.
And feel free to answer to the last two if either fits you, and please state reasons as to why.
30 Jul 2004
Went to see the village today, and came back a little iffy about the whole ordeal. Wasn't very suspenseful at all, the creatures didn't invoke the same amount of fear as the Signs aliens did (I thought they were kind of cuddly-wuddly actually), and once I learned they weren't real, there was a spot of several minutes where I kept thinking so why am I still watching this?. I found it better than Signs (not a great challenge) but not as good as Sixth Sense. However the final twist was one I surely enjoyed. Maybe it's just me but do you think it would make an improvement if it was a 17th century as opposed to 19th century village?
Your views on the movie?
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