if there is a gun then please give it to me

there is something going on in the air in america something that crackles hell you can almost smell it and its not the hog dog stands and bums on the corners of the side walks. anger is prevent its on bill boards its on t.v it even on enerydrink cans every enerydrink can looks move like it was spry painted by some tweeked out voto. there is defiantly more of a fuck you and you will like it attitude running about in america i love the u.s we have it over all very good here but when a best buy employee says can i help you girl? drawling out the l i know that there is defiantly amiss people just seem to pop off more more and more people are on meds and there are adds on tv telling me that i need meds then the next add is telling me that Katie parry used to have problems with blemishes just like you and me. there no questioning any more just nod your head and go ok i need that ok i will see this ok i need that pill. just fucking go with it right? you will buy anything you fucking sheep that's what it feels like. a good friend of mind told me that he feels that(our) society will have a massive out break of violence the likes of which we have never seen and he does not want it to happen on his clock(his life time) im tending to agree with him do you see the craziness? like i do or is this something that you feel is a long time coming? i just do not want it to happen on my clock.

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Comment by Prog Rock Girl on May 21, 2011 at 9:29pm

About everyone being on psych meds: are we the most overmedicated generation, or has everyone else just been incredibly undermedicated? I mean craziness isn't anything new...but in a way there's more behavioral conformity (corporate America) while simultaneously there is less (body mod, BDSM, relativism in terms of what is mental illness).

 

There are many people who feel like you do. Unfortunately, some people who are so pissed off about corporate control still think in a pretty conformist way or haven't examined some of our society's meaningless norms.

Comment by Jedi Wanderer on May 21, 2011 at 8:48pm
you're welcome dudette! yeah, its crizazy out there. i mean, today was supposed to be the freakin apocalypse, right? *alarms ringing, bells going off* hello, have we really gone absolutely freakin crazy, people?! nutbags
Comment by Azel Praer on May 21, 2011 at 8:28pm
@wanderer thank you. we are for sure  going towards the ever winding road of nuts ville in America
Comment by Jedi Wanderer on May 21, 2011 at 8:05pm
Good post Azel. I personally would love to see social change on many levels, starting with de-corporatization and perhaps ending with de-religiousization. The anger and plain dissatisfaction you feel towards modern America runs deep in many circles. There needs to be democratic reforms, and perhaps a great deal of reorganization of American society as a whole. I personally would love to see new city-states emerging with their own sets of laws and directions, with competition between them and some natural selection to reveal which methods work and which do not.
Comment by roland707 on May 21, 2011 at 1:18pm

People call 911 when the service is too slow at McDonald's. - We are a society with zero patience.

Nearly everything you see or hear from media is some sort of pitch. The message is "Be somebody, buy something". If a person can't buy the right stuff, their sub-conscience tells them they are worthless. I think that's why a lot of folks are unsatisfied and they really don't know why. Makes for volatile situations. I think most people would be a million percent better off if they would just turn off the stupid-box(TV).

Comment by Wanda T on May 21, 2011 at 8:24am

Interesting topic.  I'm currently reading Douglas Rushkoff's latest book, Life Inc: How Corporatism Conquered the World, and How We Can Take It Back.  I'm not quite finished, about 3/4 of the way through, but I highly recommend it none the less.  Rushkoff is very perceptive and offers brilliant insights into the mechanisms of how our world is affected by corporate media and the monetary structure we have adopted. I'm anxious to see if he offers solutions, as is implied by the title.  One thing is certain:  Anyone who is concerned about this issue should be working diligently towards revoking corporate personhood. You want a gun, Azel?  Visit http://movetoamend.org/ and get involved to the extent that you can.

 

Comment by AgeOfAtheists14 on May 21, 2011 at 8:13am
your celphone is the best gun.
knives and tazers are handy too.
ninja stuff.
Comment by AgeOfAtheists14 on May 21, 2011 at 8:12am

don't let em' fool ya
just cut em' off; make your own world.
to win w/o fighting is best

always be ninja though, always be ready.

this shit is wild:
http://current.com/shows/the-beat/
notice the episode titles at left?
Sounds like the environment you're talking about...

sick of it all lyrics got me through many times
yet my body and mind had to be in check

w/o exercise you get stress; that's why the public is stressed

surely trauma and or mental illness not treated lead to more crap

people like yourself or I get dragged into crap
just break away; nature walk; friend talk; family talk.
pills are last resort. those that abuse them are doomed.

Get a good lawyer and join a NORML clan? LOL, shit, this aint' Pakistan

this aint' one big ass evangelical sell-out meltdown niether.
.... someday. someday there will be a better station for folks to talk about...
seems money is still the root of pain for so many

and ideas; the new gold. Influence, you betcha! choose wisely. throw down with info!

payce!

Comment by Indrid aggie on May 21, 2011 at 6:45am
very true.  Your not the only one who see's this.  We are all born in the midst of lies in the form of  fire and eventually find truth from the rain that will extinguish the bullshit.  How pissed off I get from the corporate entities using subliminal innuendo to convince me to purchase what they manufacture.  Its funny, if they emphasized the side effects of these meds in the same manner they emphasize why you should buy them at the beginning of the commercial, alot less people would consume them.  But then, they would not make a profit.  Maybe we should start blaming the consumer.

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