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Rockstar when you ask why they don't fix the top 10 broken features.

Rockstar when you ask why they don't fix the top 10 broken features.

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Fire, Office, and Funny Signs: STAINA RESTRY NITATIV CAUTION TIENON Mini fire caused by a broken toaster. Office smelled for the rest of the day. The toaster was immediately replaced with this picture.
Fire, Office, and Funny Signs: STAINA
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Mini fire caused by a broken toaster. Office smelled for the rest of the day. The toaster was immediately replaced with this picture.

Mini fire caused by a broken toaster. Office smelled for the rest of the day. The toaster was immediately replaced with this picture.

Dude, Facepalm, and Plastic: lic dude literally taped plastic wrap to fix his broken window
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dude literally taped plastic wrap to fix his broken window

dude literally taped plastic wrap to fix his broken window

Beautiful, Children, and Complex: hero who will come for us. According to the stories we tell it will most likely be a hot man. And he will most likely be wearing brightly colored spandex and exceedingly rich To the fans of The OA- We're humbled, to be honest floored, by the outpouring of support for The OA. We've seen beautiful artwork in eulogy from Japan, But the more I think on this, the more it seems bat-shit crazy. No one is coming to the rescue. We have to save each other. Every day, in small and great ways. France, Brazil. We've read moving threads and essays. And we've watched dozens and dozens of videos of people all over the world performing the movements with what can only be called perfect feeling. One young person from a wheelchair, another young woman standing astride two horses, a mother in her backyard with her two children at her side and an infant strapped to her back. (link in bio to a site with many of these videos someone has thoughtfully compiled) So perhaps, at this late hour inside the dire circumstances of climate change and an ever-widening gap between the Haves and Have-Nots, we are hundreds of years overdue new mythologies that reflect this. Stories with modes of power outside violence and domination. Stories with goals for human agency outside conquest and colonization. Stories that illustrate the power of collective protagonism, or do away with protagonism entirely to illustrate how real, lasting change often occurs-ordinary people, often outsiders, often marginalized-anonymously organizing, working together, achieving small feats one day at a time that eventually form movement Your words and images move us deeply. Not because the show must continue, but because for some people its unexpected cancelation begs larger questions about the role of storytelling and its fate inside late capitalism's push toward consolidation and economies of scale. The work you've made and shared has also just been very heartening inside our increasingly complex and often bleak time The more news I take in of the world, the more I often feel terrifyingly certain that we are on the brink of moral and ecological collapse. Sometimes I feel paralyzed by the forces we are up against-greed, fear, vanity. And l can't help but long for someone to rescue us from ourselves-a politician, an outlaw, a tech baron, an angel. Someone who might take our hand, as if taking the hand Steve, BBA, Buck, Jesse, French, Homer, Hap and OA are no longer authoring the story. Neither are Zal or I. You all are. You are standing on street corners in the hot sun in protest. You are meeting new people in strange recesses online and sharing stories about loss and renewal that you never thought you'd tell anyone. You are learning choreography and moving in ways you haven't dared moved before. All of it is uncomfortable. All of it is agitation. All of of an errant toddler, and gently guide precipice that the "logic" of profit unguided by the compass of feeling has brought us to. us away from the lunatic it is worth something Many of you have expressed your gratitude for this story and for Zal and I and everyone who worked on The OA. But it is all of us who are grateful to you. You've broken the mold of storytelling. You're building something far more beautiful than we did because it's in real time in real life with real people. It's rhizomatic-constantly redefining the collective aim as it grows. It's elliptical-it has no beginning and no real end. And it certainly has no single hero. The show doesn't need to continue for this feeling to. Of course, my desire to lie in wait for a hero is nothing new. Nor is the anesthetizing comfort that brings. These concepts were birthed and encouraged by centuries of narrative precedent. We've been conditioned to wait. Almost every story we've ever watched, read, been told, held sacred is framed in a single structural form: the hero's journey. The hero's journey is one man with one goal who goes up against increasing obstacles to win his objective and return to his people with the wisdom needed for all to move forward, to "progress." This story The other day Zal and I pulled over to offer a bottle of water and food to a young woman who has been protesting the cancelation of the show on a street corner in Hollywood. As we were leaving she said "you know, what I'm really protesting is late capitalism." And then she said something that I haven't been able to forget since: "Algorithms aren't as smart as we are. They cannot account for love." has played out from Homer's Odyssey in 8th century BC to every reiteration of the Star Wars franchise. It sallies forth lately with anti heroes like the beloved Tony Soprano (who, even while doing what we all know to be wrong, is still a hero and the perfect one for late capitalism) Her words. Not mine. And the story keeps going inside them I have loved many of these stories and their heroes. I dressed up as She-Ra "princess of power," He-Man's bustier-clad, sword-wielding twin sister for more Halloweens then care to admit. I have played roles in films where I have been the hero holding the gun and it certainly felt better than playing the female victim at the other end of the barrel. So it's no surprise that as we face what seem to be increasingly insurmountable obstacles, we scan the horizon for the "What I'm really protesting is late capitalism"
Beautiful, Children, and Complex: hero who will come for us. According to the stories we tell it will
 most likely be a hot man. And he will most likely be wearing brightly
 colored spandex and exceedingly rich
 To the fans of The OA-
 We're humbled, to be honest floored, by the outpouring of support
 for The OA. We've seen beautiful artwork in eulogy from Japan,
 But the more I think on this, the more it seems bat-shit crazy. No
 one is coming to the rescue. We have to save each other. Every day,
 in small and great ways.
 France, Brazil. We've read moving threads and essays. And we've
 watched dozens and dozens of videos of people all over the world
 performing the movements with what can only be called perfect
 feeling. One young person from a wheelchair, another young
 woman standing astride two horses, a mother in her backyard with
 her two children at her side and an infant strapped to her back. (link
 in bio to a site with many of these videos someone has thoughtfully
 compiled)
 So perhaps, at this late hour inside the dire circumstances of
 climate change and an ever-widening gap between the Haves and
 Have-Nots, we are hundreds of years overdue new mythologies that
 reflect this. Stories with modes of power outside violence and
 domination. Stories with goals for human agency outside conquest
 and colonization. Stories that illustrate the power of collective
 protagonism, or do away with protagonism entirely to illustrate how
 real, lasting change often occurs-ordinary people, often outsiders,
 often marginalized-anonymously organizing, working together,
 achieving small feats one day at a time that eventually form
 movement
 Your words and images move us deeply. Not because the show
 must continue, but because for some people its unexpected
 cancelation begs larger questions about the role of storytelling and
 its fate inside late capitalism's push toward consolidation and
 economies of scale.
 The work you've made and shared has also just been very
 heartening inside our increasingly complex and often bleak time
 The more news I take in of the world, the more I often feel
 terrifyingly certain that we are on the brink of moral and ecological
 collapse. Sometimes I feel paralyzed by the forces we are up
 against-greed, fear, vanity. And l can't help but long for someone
 to rescue us from ourselves-a politician, an outlaw, a tech baron,
 an angel. Someone who might take our hand, as if taking the hand
 Steve, BBA, Buck, Jesse, French, Homer, Hap and OA are no longer
 authoring the story. Neither are Zal or I. You all are. You are
 standing on street corners in the hot sun in protest. You are meeting
 new people in strange recesses online and sharing stories about
 loss and renewal that you never thought you'd tell anyone. You are
 learning choreography and moving in ways you haven't dared
 moved before. All of it is uncomfortable. All of it is agitation. All of
 of an errant toddler, and gently guide
 precipice that the "logic" of profit unguided by the compass of
 feeling has brought us to.
 us away from the lunatic
 it is worth something
 Many of you have expressed your gratitude for this story and for Zal
 and I and everyone who worked on The OA. But it is all of us who
 are grateful to you. You've broken the mold of storytelling. You're
 building something far more beautiful than we did because it's in
 real time in real life with real people. It's rhizomatic-constantly
 redefining the collective aim as it grows. It's elliptical-it has no
 beginning and no real end. And it certainly has no single hero. The
 show doesn't need to continue for this feeling to.
 Of course, my desire to lie in wait for a hero is nothing new. Nor is
 the anesthetizing comfort that brings. These concepts were birthed
 and encouraged by centuries of narrative precedent. We've been
 conditioned to wait.
 Almost every story we've ever watched, read, been told, held sacred
 is framed in a single structural form: the hero's journey. The hero's
 journey is one man with one goal who goes up against increasing
 obstacles to win his objective and return to his people with the
 wisdom needed for all to move forward, to "progress." This story
 The other day Zal and I pulled over to offer a bottle of water and
 food to a young woman who has been protesting the cancelation of
 the show on a street corner in Hollywood. As we were leaving she
 said "you know, what I'm really protesting is late capitalism." And
 then she said something that I haven't been able to forget since:
 "Algorithms aren't as smart as we are. They cannot account for
 love."
 has played out from Homer's Odyssey in 8th century BC to every
 reiteration of the Star Wars franchise. It sallies forth lately with anti
 heroes like the beloved Tony Soprano (who, even while doing what
 we all know to be wrong, is still a hero and the perfect one for late
 capitalism)
 Her words. Not mine. And the story keeps going inside them
 I have loved many of these stories and their heroes. I dressed up as
 She-Ra "princess of power," He-Man's bustier-clad, sword-wielding
 twin sister for more Halloweens then care to admit. I have played
 roles in films where I have been the hero holding the gun and it
 certainly felt better than playing the female victim at the other end
 of the barrel. So it's no surprise that as we face what seem to be
 increasingly insurmountable obstacles, we scan the horizon for the
"What I'm really protesting is late capitalism"

"What I'm really protesting is late capitalism"

Moms, Her, and Car: My mom's car was broken into and her wallet was stolen.
Moms, Her, and Car: My mom's car was broken into and her wallet was stolen.

My mom's car was broken into and her wallet was stolen.

Doctor, Facebook, and Fire: mins Just so y'all know, I've been sick for over a month now. It started as a cough and gross phlegm for 2 weeks, then turned into some pretty gnarly eustachian tube pain that I haven't been able to shake for over 2 weeks. One side cleared up, so I waited for the other side and it finally cleared up as well after quite a while. I took an entire week of rest, with the exception of work, but no training or strenuous activity, and nothing cleared up These last 2 months have been difficult financially, and I can't afford a doctor. My symptoms haven't scared me enough to do so either, but it seems to be flaring up again! So, I'm 99% certain I have a bacterial sinus infection. I've purchased fish amoxicillin from the interwebbies for self treatment, it's Insanely cheap, and the shit is literally just repackaged pharmacy amoxicillin. I didn't want to use it, I've waited AN ENTIRE MONTH for this shit to clear up. I rested and ate well and drank fluids and everything. Enough is enough. I'm taking the fish mox now, and I'm gonna go by some shit to help manage gut floor bacteria. I'll keep y'all up to date, but fuck the American healthcare system. Like seriously, fuck this garbage fire of a country I can't afford to see a doctor so I'm ordering repackaged medicine being sold as fish pills so that I can recover. God forbid I have a dire medical emergency. For those of you curious about taking fish mox, DO YOUR RESEARCH Fucking around with antibiotics when they're not needed can lead to "super infection" in your intestines from killing your gut floor bacteria and improper usage can also lead to antibiotic resistant bacteria strains. You could contribute to the plague that kills us all lol I'm doing 500mg twice a day for a week. Stay tuned for updates here on "Surviving the broken American healthcare system" 5 Comments Send Like Comment A buddy of mine just posted this to Facebook. Seriously, fuck our healthcare system.
Doctor, Facebook, and Fire: mins
 Just so y'all know, I've been sick for over a month now. It started as a cough
 and gross phlegm for 2 weeks, then turned into some pretty gnarly
 eustachian tube pain that I haven't been able to shake for over 2 weeks.
 One side cleared up, so I waited for the other side and it finally cleared up as
 well after quite a while. I took an entire week of rest, with the exception of
 work, but no training or strenuous activity, and nothing cleared up
 These last 2 months have been difficult financially, and I can't afford a doctor.
 My symptoms haven't scared me enough to do so either, but it seems to be
 flaring up again!
 So, I'm 99% certain I have a bacterial sinus infection. I've purchased fish
 amoxicillin from the interwebbies for self treatment, it's Insanely cheap, and
 the shit is literally just repackaged pharmacy amoxicillin. I didn't want to use
 it, I've waited AN ENTIRE MONTH for this shit to clear up. I rested and ate well
 and drank fluids and everything.
 Enough is enough. I'm taking the fish mox now, and I'm gonna go by some
 shit to help manage gut floor bacteria. I'll keep y'all up to date, but fuck the
 American healthcare system. Like seriously, fuck this garbage fire of a
 country
 I can't afford to see a doctor so I'm ordering repackaged medicine being sold
 as fish pills so that I can recover. God forbid I have a dire medical emergency.
 For those of you curious about taking fish mox, DO YOUR RESEARCH
 Fucking around with antibiotics when they're not needed can lead to "super
 infection" in your intestines from killing your gut floor bacteria and improper
 usage can also lead to antibiotic resistant bacteria strains. You could
 contribute to the plague that kills us all lol
 I'm doing 500mg twice a day for a week. Stay tuned for updates here on
 "Surviving the broken American healthcare system"
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A buddy of mine just posted this to Facebook. Seriously, fuck our healthcare system.

A buddy of mine just posted this to Facebook. Seriously, fuck our healthcare system.