posted on Oct, 16 2009 @ 04:40 AM
I am kinda of new around these parts. I enjoy the sight immensely. I consider it a privilege to be amongst so many very bright minds and diligent
researchers. The combined degrees, knowledge, and experience a site like this represents is a remarkable achievement. I just recently earned my
"right to post" status.... Yehhhh!!
Having said that, I still see all things Internet as always having fine print that reads "Buyer Beware When Dealing With Virtual People". Basically
you never know what you are going to read or have to endure or tolerate.
I remember writing essays and one Proff. made comments on how the voice she was reading was too aggressive and critical in nature. I had just
finished Critical Theory (I have always leaned that way anyway) where I was only too happy to be learning about the powers that be, media, mass
conspicuous consumption, Post modernism, I ate it all up and swallowed the red pill; and as a result was mad at who and what I found out; and it
showed in my writing.
From then on I would be permanently severed from the herd of sheeple who, for generations have aimlessly towed the line, never questioning anything
that looks out of the ordinary or is counter intuitive and frankly gobbling up whatever they are served.
I see this site as like a trip to the Thrift Shop (no insult implied quite the opposite) you have to sift through a pile of stuff but can usually find
something of superior quality, value and reputation for a bargain price. All the BS and rudeness in my opinion comes with the territory. However its
a real treat when you meet great people and have great discussions that further the cause of waking people up