posted on Apr, 28 2009 @ 05:12 PM
reply to post by intrepid
Good points Intrepid, and good to be reminded now and then. I somewhat disagree about the yelling, though. It just needs to be a personal growth
experience, not an abstract form of communication
Here's what works for me: I hook up my 200W amp, plug in the guitar, and chase the @#$@#% wild roosters away. Sure, I could eat them, but I'm
saving them for later, when things are more dicey. They don't seem to fancy Tool, Foo Fighters, AC/DC, nor Generation X. Wankers.
I'm a firm believer that people need a place to scream, really scream, without fear of judgement. To this end, I intend to open up a chain of
screamatoriums. Screamations. -- Small, soundproofed rooms with discrete entrances and exits located strategically near government buildings. For
an additional fee, one can record their screaming and take it home and enjoy it later on HD DVD.
People have always needed to blow off steam. World leaders, before declaring war, should be forced to step into a boxing ring against their
opponent, just for the sake of having to bleed themselves for their decisions, if nothing else. So scream, people, and crank up t he music and sing
along like you don't care, and REALLY DON'T care. Just let it out and keep doing it until you feel better.
*cough* I feel better already.
Cheers Intrepid et al