via Daily Prompt: Critical
To person with a prescription pad every problem looks like a chemical one.
As you can tell I am very critical of our current InsuroPharmaMedico Industrial Complex healthscare system. But it’s certainly better than it was before the ACA.
Good thing the Do Nothing Congress continues to do what they do best.
Criticize each other.
Werner Herzog, the director known for his exploration of people whose dreams destroy them (Little Dieter Needs to Fly, Grizzly Man, Fitzcarraldo) as well as for his darkly hypnotic voiceovers, has a new documentary in theaters. It’s about the Internet. And true to form, it’s not exactly a joyride. (One of his subjects asks: will…
via Werner Herzog on Why You’ll Never Find Him on Facebook or Twitter — TIME
Well it is obvious to me. I can’t believe it is not obvious to you. I don’t get it. You claim you get that “you get that”. But clearly you do not. I can tell by the way you say that. Why it is as plain as the nose on your face. On my face.
By the way.
That person you support for President is deceptive, lies all the time, is part of the elite, will say anything to achieve their ends, and face it they are old. They tell you it is all for you. But they do not even know you. They have never even walked a mile in your shoes.
Hey. They have shoes.
But facts are facts. Right.
So why do some people clearly see things one way and others clearly see things another way. Especially when the answer is right in front of you.
Clearly somebody manipulated this media
(which is the message)
To create this debate.
Or was that Medium?
I think we all need a good massage.
Oh if only crossroads were so simple. Right. Left. Forward. Or run home and hide under the blankets.
Then again there are intersections that occur, have occurred, are occurring, and will continue to occur in the eternity called now.
Kind of like this: *
Only with an infinite number of lines running through that single point we call now, continuing on into infinity and (for those of you that might be Buzzed) beyond.
So next time someone asks you to get the butter, just remember the options are endless. From explaining dietary implications of, as well as, the inevitable string theory of dairy products in general, oleo and the inherent sins of such marketing obfuscation and chicanery, reenactments from scenes in “Last Tango In Paris” aside, to the full inclusion of just acquiescing to their request in smug silence: try not to be what my pale imitation (as seen above *) of a Kurt Vonnegut illustration alludes to.
So just choose and know we are all just:
After all as my father advised when I was just a sprout, “Go do something even if it is wrong”
Given that we agree that our eyes see color by gathering the specific combination of light waves that bounce off matter in our eyes direction through the atmosphere we are physically present in, and good luck with that one. Then armed with the knowledge of the vagaries of perception intertwined with our interpretation of said stimuli; I often find myself wondering if the waves we all agree to in our limited language as blue actually looks the same in my mind as in yours?
P.S. Never mind the varying shades, tints, hues, and flavors of colors you might name. Give me that old time RGB
I can declare definitively that what I would miss more than the gravity of earth, would be it’s comedy. It is a well known and fun Physic Fact that comedy is the opposite of gravity. (see links for other examples) There is an abundance of comedy here on earth. Unfortunately much that wealth of comedy is being misrepresented as gravity.
So while everyone is here fretting over comedy I will be there missing gravity while seeking…
When I find it I will introduce it to freedom fries.
So long Seekers.