Do you know the story it itches I don’t care come with me the end is the beginning it’s not fair in the end volleyball stick capsized there can be only one the death is backwards she’d a tear my feet hurt I ha e a backache where did I put my wallet I’m coming home where are you going I’m sorry for your loss
Chaos disorder atheism paganism idol worship Unitarianism universalism postmodern Dadaism theft alcoholism junkies prostitution paganism drug abuse workaholics judgement exclusion interruption abortion adultery betrayal cheating doping burglary murder torture war kidnapping drunkenness death extortion incomplete left off missing taken dropped assassination usery manipulation suicide tough suffering rape starvation orphans widows prisoners homelessness poverty cults divisiveness separation divorce schism illness maimed pestilence disease thirst boils darkness foul rotten disgust
Great rowdy wise touching felt leaving sought branch leaven castle beneath crooked laugh slipped accuser down lie kooky skepticism creative bounce glean variety smooth breath swap perhaps puncture laud mister mighty mouse keep kick crunch veer ecstasy hunch named hit hut hat hot hiss seep sleepy on
Hi bye why were we sigh lift each one
Browse the windows fail to see the
Plank inside pride tension will rise
Tooth smile we know it is there real
People ply make up dye sleep slowly
Intertwine mention the sty wandering
Lame part stain soft lain kept made
Sink mail tank vain rain bow tie said
More deep thoughts. Have to think on this for a while.
The Ljubljana-born philosopher Slavoj Žižek – a commentator who is nothing if not inventive and prolific – recently caught the attention of our CSO with a Guardian piece entitled Why the free market fundamentalists think 2013 will be the best year ever (17th February 2013). One of the many points raised in this near-freestyle article is that free-market capitalists are utilising similar logic to that traditionally used by communists to explain away the inefficacious nature of a ‘collapsing’ system: capitalism is malfunctioning because its principles are being respected only in the breach. Ipso facto, if the ‘laws’ of capitalism were actually applied, then we would have no need to concern ourselves with an ultimately ‘impossible’ financial crisis.
Žižek is correct to point to the sometimes ludicrous measures that defenders of political or economic ideologies will employ when faced with the stark reality that their quasi-religious beliefs have been proven…
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Boggles the mind! But truth prevails, for or against!
It is by now a truism that we live in an era of flux, with the number and frequency of pivotal years for global society (think 1989, 2007, 2011, 2015) increasing beyond our collective ability to make sense of them. It was therefore with great pleasure that we read an essay forwarded to us by a key associate that at least struggles to do exactly that: the former BBC economics correspondent Paul Mason’s The end of capitalism has begun (The Guardian, 17th July 2015).
Mason – who is regarded by some as the most iconic chronicler of the world’s continuing fiscal stupor – posits that capitalism is unravelling because of three interlinked factors: (i) the rise of information technology, which he claims is lessening the need for ‘work’ as conventionally understood; (ii) the subversion of scarce markets by abundant information; and (iii) the rise of collaborative production, a phenomenon which…
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