Spectator Society [Conflation, Part 03]

Don’t worry about what “We” are going to do when you aren’t a part of “We” in the first place.

Social Media is great. 🙂

An unfortunate effect of social media on a lot of people is that it causes them to develop a warped perception of themselves as participants in situations where they’re merely spectators.

This leads to questions they unnecessarily rack their brains over, such as “What are *WE* going to do about this? :O” when they have no say in the matter whatsoever.

Your ability to say something doesn’t indicate any power that you have to change anything at all about the situation you’re commenting on. Continue reading “Spectator Society [Conflation, Part 03]”

Donald Trump Is Playing With You Because He Knows You Don’t Count

Every single day for the past I don’t know how long, somebody’s been surprised at something Donald Trump said. What’s funny about this is that Trump doesn’t even want to be POTUS.

One of the most interesting things to watch is when human beings go off on tangents because they don’t understand the game they’re actually playing.

Every single day for the past I don’t know how long, somebody’s been surprised at something Donald Trump said.

Today, the shock and awe is about Trump talking about punishing women: www.cnn.com/2016/03/30/politics/donald-trump-abortion-town-hall/

What’s funny about this is that Trump doesn’t even want to be POTUS. He noticed what I’ve been talking about for the past eight years, which is that Republicans, as intelligent as a lot of them are, never never never send their cream of the crop to attempt to become President. They always send these clowns that have no chance at all of winning and get slaughtered at the polls worse and worse every single time. Continue reading “Donald Trump Is Playing With You Because He Knows You Don’t Count”

Scripting A Ghetto Crime Web Series

While researching ghetto crime web shows for an upcoming project, I noticed several stereotypes that I hope we’ll be able to avoid.

So a good friend of mine pitched me an idea for a ghetto crime web series which I’ll probably edit and also co-write with him and whomever else he selects to make this project happen.

I think he has a great idea for a fresh take on the genre, so I’m excited about and interested in the project.

While researching ghetto crime web shows, I’ve noticed a few stereotypes that I hope we’ll be able to avoid. Continue reading “Scripting A Ghetto Crime Web Series”