Tool is now on spotify. Cool beans. I may have said it before, but I'll say it again, along to the tune of this song: https://youtu.be/iOKV9Stri_M Why do we watch TV and read the news? At this point, only an idiot would care to scroll through the newspapers' lists of tragedies, manufacturered or otherwise. There … Continue reading Vicariously living through TV.
What happens when the lights go out; when there's no more Netflix, YouTube, or Spotify? Will our eyes and ears then finally be forced to see and listen to what's really going on? Ironically, I think that when the lights go out, we'll be less blind than we've been in a long time. I'm starting … Continue reading When the lights go out
For some people, seeing something with their eyes is held as the highest standard for belief. Sometimes the lack of sight is used as an argument to not believe something. However, the very same people that use this argument believe a plethora of things they have never seen themselves. In fact, society at large believes … Continue reading Is seeing believing?
Interest is the additional money that a bank receives back when you have paid your loan. In other words; it's the money that a bank makes, aside from successful loans. It's what ads to their profit margin, just like any company and it's profit margin. So at 0% interest, banks would have to make more … Continue reading 0% interest is quite interesting
I woke up one day at 4pm to find that my Instagram feed had been flooded with views, more than I had expected. I then found out the reason why: I had put up posters on the campus of Linköping's university during the night, linked to a hashtag (#th3j3st3r), and several videos there, one of … Continue reading Alas! It’s time for a jail story
I have come across a few findings as I've started to read and write more fiction. The first I had heard of long ago, which is iceberg theory. The second is something I came across myself, and though someone may have written about it before, I'll call it literary minimalism. The two are intertwined. Literary … Continue reading Iceberg theory and literary minimalism
For three days I was imprisoned, and for three days I dashed my head against the cold steel bars, screaming. Alas! I now roam free. That was all a lie, except the latter part. I did go to prison, and I am now free. More posts will arise.
https://youtu.be/5SQQAEVMFkc Watch this and please tell me you can see the tragedy, because that's all I ever see when a woman does stand up comedy. This one particular woman expresses her insecurities regarding her small chest for far too long. What is the point of it? There is none, except the display of her tragedy … Continue reading Why I don’t laugh at your jokes, woman.
The Western world is currently in a split between two different paradigms. A paradigm is the commonly held belief structure within something. Paradigms exist within everything, from politics, art, news etc. The electric guitar created a certain paradigm within music, and evolution created a certain paradigm within science. Not only are paradigms limited to one … Continue reading Paradigm shift – Will blow your mind.
Robert continues to exceed my expectations of stupidity in his new post, and so I shall return the favor and be kind, correcting him where he has gone wrong. In this article, Robert postulates that since the universe is infinite and eternal, Christians can't accept the study of it. He has written this despite the … Continue reading The stupidity has not ceased