Hope someone read those two articles above because they really did make me smile. I can't believe that guy sat through being filmed when someone broke into his house. I think it's really meaningful that he does what he does knowing and embracing that it has absolutely no meaning, or at least the meaning is solely derived from the person viewing the spectacle.
The second article made me think about what happens when I watch a movie more than once. I start to notice things I didn't see the first time. Fast forward to watching the movie a dozen times or even hundreds of times and you really start noticing details you would never have looked at otherwise. Stuff the director really isn't trying to make you see because he has you focused on other things like the persons face and not the people in the background. I also find it very fascinating that the guy found it hard to look directly at the center of the picture during other films too because of this.
I'm just hoping this thread isn't turning into a thread with a bunch of links people post with no personal synopsis because what ends up happening is people tend not to even click the links or give the posts much thought.
Please guys if you will add your thoughts to the articles you post, I'd greatly appreciate it to give more momentum to this thread.
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I found this while following a link that BIG MIKE posted about interest rates and bonds. But since it was about random big brother goverment sponsered fear mongering I figured i would post here where no one would see it. But still!
I read somewhere once that terroism kils less people in the U.S. every year than the common cold. The article showed a graph with the amount of money spent by our gov. on homeland security and how much was spent on fighting death by colds and the difference was staggering. Maybe all the money they spend keeps us safe.......I don't know but really. Lay off with the big brother shit you imperialists swine!! http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-02-04/there-are-far-fewer-terror-attacks-now-1970s
"Napoleans severest comment on his beaten enemies - that they "saw to many things at once""- Hart