Transitional Fossil

" The question isn't "who is going to let me"; it's "who is going to stop me".
Ayn Rand, The Fountainhead

Friday, September 05, 2008

Working Class Hero IV

A working class hero is something to be,

Keep you doped with religion and sex and TV,
Religion: I think humans have always looked for something beyond themselves. A way to expand and embrace what they know to be the silent undercurrent of feel accompanied with existence. The problem comes in where they travel outside and impose this view on others. Not sharing, imposing.
Sex: I think we, as a society, are immature about sex. As Bill Hicks put it we have a, “puritanical hatred of our own bodies…” Chastity belts and virginity pledges. Something to compare is how our culture reacts to a naked body and how a European population would react.
We have 25-year-old men trying to date 14-year-olds. I have no idea what the answer to that one is. It’s appealing to have a younger woman, but without their ability to decide if they want to be with you or not. I guess that would be a possibility, control and lower risk of rejection. But it’s just a bit nasty and gross. We as a society attempt to explain everything and have it make sense. Which clashes with some faith. Peace be to Pat Condell.
TV: After obtaining a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Television Production I can honestly tell you this: Turn it Off. Go Outside.

A working class hero is something to be,

Suggested: (NSFW)


  • At 8:24 PM, September 06, 2008 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    You sound like such an unsettled soul.

  • At 1:33 PM, September 14, 2008 , Blogger Footprint said...

    Once one settles into a routine, complacency change lets go and adaptability becomes low. One must continue to adapt, grow and change.

    That is one way to a full life. IMHO.

  • At 1:59 PM, October 18, 2008 , Blogger Lady Writer said...

    Dances with daddy, where you promise to save your hymen for your husband (Read: live according to God's will) and Daddy promises to live responsibly.

    When did we start selling virginity for decent parenting?

  • At 5:21 PM, October 31, 2008 , Blogger Footprint said...

    it's the illusion that purity is the way to go because then you will be a good parent.

    but eating of the knowledge of good and evil brings the wisdom of contrast and perspective to make a better decision.

    trusting us with the facts to do so is always a dilemma for the controlling


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