Is is just me. I find every other thread I click open, has an opening post shorter than most of the titles of the thread. Sometimes, not even a
complete sentence, with a link to an article or most times, a youtube video.
No descriptions of what has been presented by the OP, nor personal opinion of what, and why they posted it.
This is why I sometimes think the rant section is the best part of ATS.
Curiously, people have attacked me for writing TOO MUCH - or tried to shame me because of it - you know, the whole TL;DR-phenomenon. Too Long, Didn't
Read? What? Do you have more than two brain cells? If you can't read my relatively short post, how are you ever going to even open a book?
What stops people from reading something? Surely the length can't be it - even 8000 characters becomes pretty quick to read, at least, if written
well and in an user-friendly way. At least if you compare to books.
I have to -force- myself to write shorter than I would like to, because of all this "don't write such long texts!"-phenomenon. If I write long
texts, no one will probably read them.
I also wonder about the limits in the internet - why would anyone put limits to TEXT? Text takes almost no space at all. And yet, even ATS has the
nerve to limit everyone's posts to approximately over 4000 characters (I didn't look how much the actual amount was, and I don't think it's worth
checking out right now). Why is that? Why can't people as much as they want to?
Let alone those ridiculous 1600 char limitations, which I can NEVER fit my texts to conform to - especially, when there is no counter (thank goodness
for at least -that- here).
Then the texts are also limited visually by the 'boxes' you are supposed to write them into. They are so narrow! Why can't _I_ decide what size the
box is, by adjusting the window of the browser, for example? Oh, but nowadays everyone uses everything fullscreen anyway, and .. ssssigh.
It's like one moronic tendency of the masses created another tendency of how things work and how you are supposed to use things, which then created
another moronic tendency of the masses, and so on, and soon the stupidity will have dictated a really uncomfortable discussion experience for us
I don't know what it is about reading these rants, but they seem to make me also change into a 'ranty mood'... well, I have so much to rant in this
sick, completely awful world that we live in. And I am the minority in so many things - as far as all these mass-stupidities and 'taste' and such is
concerned, that it's really irritating, because I know that I am not going to be able to convince anyone, because they still worship things and
stupidities I can't stand.
Even if someone writes very intelligently about a certain conspiracy, for example, that we all suffer from, they might still wear completely black
clothes and listen to heavy metal (or any of it's sub genres), without seeing anything wrong with it - they may even wear clothes with SKULLS and
CROSSBONES on them, and think that's normal. And so on.
Someone here recommended the movie 'Zenith', and described how it's supposedly made by 'Anonymous'. But that movie glorifies sex and violence and
masonic symbols (just look at the Eye of Horus-tattoo that one of the ugly hags in the movie has on her arm), shaky camerawork, useless, long-winded
sex scenes, vulgarity, bleak and colorless 'cyberpunk' world, and pretty awful locations and lots of all that NWO symbolism, darkness, death, drugs,
etc, etc, etc..
So how am I supposed to trust a movie that's supposed to critisize the NWO, but at the same time, completely buys into all that "horror" bullshít
that the NWO is trying to impose on people (way too successfully, too). I mean, look at the 80's - sure, the symbols were still there (all over the
place in TV shows and movies, sadly), but at least COLORS and BRIGHT SCENES were still appreciated! Even when there were darker scenes (night scenes),
they were done in a 'normal' and even 'exciting' way, like in Back to the Future - you never get that horrible 'anxiety' feel from that movie,
though it has a few night scenes in it.
But the modern movies and TV shows.. even the praised 'The Matrix' movie .. what's with all that bleakness and darkness and leather? What's with
the 'hopelessness' vibe and the black clothing? If someone had dressed like that in the 80's, he would have been considered a real weirdo, a
suicide candidate, mentally ill, depressed or someone just coming from a funeral (or going there). No one would have been considered "normal" if
they wore black from head to toe in a 'regular situation' in the 80's.
I guess I am a fast typer and a fast reader. I don't use the word "typist", because it reminds me of a secretary of some kind, like someone doing
business by typing. I don't do anything commercial. I just type.
And now, this message must end, because of the char limit.. which I HATE. I hate these artificial limitations. 543210