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Following standards and obeying officials will not make you happy in life. Destruction is inevitable.
Actually, I'm not entirely sure following standards and obeying officials is really all that bad. In fact, I can pretty much say that a lot of the good in my life comes from all of that. If no one obeyed any standard of judgement or reason, it'd be chaotic and no one would be following any whit of order or sense. The destruction is inevitable part was just plain silly any way you look at it. Put some more thought into your ideals.
It had a message, somewhere, it was just shallow and not very well explored. But the peice really felt like it had something to say. A hell of a lot more than it had to begin with, but it felt rather well that it did. Excellent graphics, though the blurriness became an eyesore, and animation was fluid. Everything looked full of...life?
But predictably rather mindless. More entertaining than respectable for its subject and content.
Destruction is Inevitable
The Gostak distims the doshes.
If you were really as "deep" as you claim to be, you'd thank me for what I just said.
Maybe I'm just bitter because I feel like I didn't understand the movie, even though I get the sense that it all aplies to me.
I'm 17, male, caucasian, Australian. I am going through Grammar school, before I plan to go to University. I have no "friends". I want to see beautiful things. Bushfires in the night are beautiful. My music is interrupting my school studies. I want to live in Paris. I will never forget the look of peace and wisdom I saw in the eyes of a young girl in Bali, Indonesia. Actually, I probably will.
MY little one liner philosophies: Seek not truth but beauty. There is no unquestionable truth that may be uttered by humanity. Beauty is born(e? sp.) of destruction.
The next Napoleon
Wanting to be,
Took out to ladies quite
Went to Siberia -
How cool is he?
In a brilliantly symbolic flash, Jeremy Lokken gives the viewer a glimpse of a truly existentialist world, one where standards seem arbitrary, or even malicious, and the only certainty is entropy. In this existance, the only meaningful act a man can perform is to lash out at the system that shaped him from birth. This he does, although the viewer must decide what price was paid and whether or not it was worth it.
Well there isnt much to put into words waht i want to say about this flash music video - exept that it ROCKED! I really loved the start with the baby and the kinda qwerky back and white criblley style. a nice piecve of work well done.
Very good. That's all I can say.
The first instalment in a new Wildlife Documentary Series
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Rej displays his twirling talents
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