Also, if you're on the fence about whether or not to read my shit, just go ahead and jump all the way over to one side or the other. I'm not saying that out of resentment. I get bogged down with so many things that I feel I just have to do or read or watch or whatever that it gets strangely high pressure in my head at times. That's when I have to remind myself to start asking the question, "Do I really need this in my life, will this really add something to my life or bring me something I need?" and I ask this in regards to everything, every single thing. If the answer is "no" then I drop it, but I have to actively run that question through my mind so I feel sure enough to close the door on some plan or idea. There's so much shit out there in life that is available to us, you definitely have to set limits.
Lately I've been thinking about polarity a lot. Polarity, in the sense I've been thinking about it, refers to the number 2 and how one thing is opposite one other thing. Most prominent in my mind lately is how people often use polarity in their arguments as a way to craft bias and always come out as the winner. (Obviously, who starts arguments/debates that they want to lose?)
There's too many assholes out there saying, "This doesn't work so we should obviously do That," like it's not even an option to either fix "This" or maybe consider a third option. Here are some examples that are applicable to our current times.
Republican or Democrat? My verdict, they both suck, give me more fucking options that may not suck.
Cut Spending or Raise Taxes? Well this one is deliciously multi-faceted. Yes or No on cutting government spending? Yes or No on raising taxes, what taxes, whose taxes, which taxes, how much? etc, etc.
Depending on which manipulative asshole you are currently listening to you will hear different things come out of their hate holes. Let me just say that I'm done with hearing elected politicians use the words, "The American people," as a stepping off point for their comments because I seriously doubt that any one person anywhere can tell anyone else what the collected group of humans called, "The American People," want, think, know, or feel.
|Americans: we just want a shady place to put our chairs.|
NO. The American people do not know that. I'm willing to bet the American people are pretty dumb, after all look at all the criminally stupid people who are in charge of shit. Congratulations on making me hate you Mr./Mrs. Legislator and now I will never listen to you again with any hopes of anything other than pretty sounding cat shit falling out of your mouth. Listening to politicians talk is like listening to the poetry of white, middle-class, high school girls. It's boring, inoffensive, passionless, and trite. Stay tuned in the coming weeks when I reveal why I've actually heard any poetry by anyone.
I wish I cared enough to carry on with this but I don't. I wanted to say something about this because I really hope that the polarity argument doesn't work on anyone. I really hope the most people are intelligent enough to look into things closer and ask more questions. Unfortunately, Americans love activities that cause brain damage. Things like football and getting punched in the head by a half naked man, so I'm not very hopeful about this being a reality.
|"I wanted a public option, assface."|