posted on Sep, 7 2012 @ 10:42 AM
"Society trains you otherwise. The media programs you otherwise. We are trained to acquire. This lipstick will turn you into a goddess. This car will
turn you into a playboy. This house will turn you into somebody. Well...you already are somebody !!"
Dont you know it! I dont own a car- and seeing how people drive- they all think they deserve to be in a car commercial. The car doesnt do anything but
tell others "I'm an SOB who owns a car I am still paying on, and while I look cool, I am a miserable F****!"
I own a macbook, courtesy of the school I go to. It doesnt make me trendy, cool, or "in". Some of the time, I am swearing at it, thanks to some of
*the* dumbest software I have the misfortune to use. The computer itself works great, OS is solid- but to put me in a niche beyond "oh. He goes to
Full Sail" is stupid.
I have noticed that the "rich" are a miserable bunch. They hardly smile, they are always running around, they have this need to be *the* most
important person in whatever they do, even if it's going to the bathroom. If you have the walk signal, and a rich person is turning? You arent as
"important" as they are. They try to run you over. They have to be the center of attention at the store- especially the checkout. WHY.
Here's an example: I passed one of my first art classes (A). my g/f came along to help me lump all of the stuff I had brought in my portfolio back
home. The rest of the class is standing around in their "Angsty Artist Wear"- all black clothes, tattoos, shades, the hat (usually a porkpie)... and
the attitude. Too bad it didnt help them with their grades. They were getting low Cs and Ds. I wear a tshirt and shorts. Or pants if it dares to get
cold down here. The others who got good grades dressed similar to me- unassuming.
it's like the media has been overplaying a placebo effect, and it's gone to delusion of the masses. Personal experiences has shown they do N O T
like to have their little fantasies shattered, either...