the ability to follow the law is and always has been a luxury of class privilege. the law is and always has been a tool of oppression of the lower classes.
true solidarity with poor comrades will inevitably mean breaking laws and putting oneself at legal risk. avoidance of doing so is leaving your poor comrades to suffer the violence of the state with no aid.
everything that jonathan franzen currently hates -
- “The ‘envy me’ tone of American Francophiles and Italophiles announcing their travel plans.”
- “More recent editions of Windows … In chasing after Apple elegance, they betray the old austere beauty of PC functionality.”
- “a personified Mac (played by the actor Justin Long)…
North Pole – 24 April, 1989
Born Gold: My self-summary: full-time musician + perpetual vagrant, house-sitting... -
full-time musician + perpetual vagrant, house-sitting in Edmonton for three months before the next adventure. not a fucking hippie.
What I’m doing with my life:
I AM LITTLE NEMO
I’m really good at:
not taking you too seriously, aggressive listening, instantaneous…
This is philosophy now. Expelling the ingested waste of late capitalism. Digesting the bitter reality of globalized neoliberalism - not without some serious indigestion. Demonstrating what a load of shit is the post-ideological, apolitical era of postmodernism. The foul odor of the nightmare of the now.
Deal with it.
Zizek makes me want to cry with joy