October 25, 2017

Bret Easton Ellis, One.

Though of course there were people who rejected my aesthetics about Fruitvale Station and seemed to suggest I should like it no matter what, hinting in fact that I was a racist because I simply didn't like the aesthetics of the movie. But this is the age of Comrade Snowflake judging everyone so harshly if one resists and questions the threatening groupthink ideology of what their idea of progressive inclusivity is for all or else. Meaning we can't make fun of our differences, everybody has to be the same and you become a bad person if you don't like something, and you're automatically a racist or a sexist if you refuse to join the group. This is what happens to a culture when a culture doesn't care about art anymore.
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Posted by dean at 11:43 PM

October 02, 2017

Peter Milligan, Two.

'Birth, disease, old age, death. The fifth misery, the one they never mention, because it's the ugliest and the most boring, is mediocrity.'

Posted by dean at 09:07 PM

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