Clips for the Creatively Maladjusted.
Helpful Hints for radicals, intellectuals, strangers, artists, dreamers, readers, writers, speakers, activists, pacifists, fools, and professors.
Extraordinary Discourse has been long in preparing. A multi-voiced thought adventure, around an hour a week. Its many themes converge in the theme of Play.
Walt Whitman: "Failing to fetch me at first, keep encouraged. Missing me one place, search another. I stop somewhere waiting for you."
Extraordinary Discourse 040 Special: The World Owes You A Living 3
Workplace And Men
Men And War
Pictures of Rich and Poor
Today's Extraordinary Discourse Special is Episode 3 of The World Owes You A Living
suite, a 6-part Millennial Associational Documentary.
A good look behind the mask of the job system and its supporting institutions and memes.
Where do we go, men, from a war to a matrix of desks/suit jackets /coldwar defense contracts. Whence domestic violence, "managers"? Powerlessness. Child sexual abuse? Powerless predators. Soul unity, camaraderie of WWII grunts broken into the centrifugal entropia of consumer items for the wife and kids and TV and alcohol til death.
Dr. William Temple, 98th Archbishop of Canterbury: "I am inclined to agree with the Biblical saying that work is a curse."
Dedicated to the #Occupy movements around the planet.