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Thursday, July 22, 2010

Mouse Armor

Jeff DeBoer



Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Creepy dolls

I love these! Is that bad?

I found this artist in a book called "art that Creeps" But really these are not simply creepy. They are exquisitely beautiful and eerie and haunting and slightly unsettling. I love art like that.

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Uncontacted Peeps

Uncontacted Peeps

My Favorite uncontacted Peeps The Sentinelese. They attack all outsiders, or Moon them or have public orgies in front of them, just to mess with their heads.

Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Unblinking realism

This is my philosophy. Few people can fucking handle it. Sucks for them.

Its an optimistic life affirming philosophy, however. It's also very pragmatic. It takes a philosophy of unblinking or "unflinching" realism, to actually diagnose real problems in the world. It also takes unblinking realism to devise and implement solutions.

People fall short of this by deluding themselves in various ways as a form of psychic self protection. Another defense mechanism is dogmatism or groupthink. The idea is to follow various systems of authority instead of seeking to find out the truth for oneself.

That's also known as "giving away ones power" The Stanley Milgram experiments have proven that people readily obey authority to the point of committing murder in order to lighten the burden of responsibility upon themselves.

The Philosophy of Unblinking Realism relinquishes no personal responsibility. To be a Human being is to discern the truth for oneself. Human beings also have free will. Paradoxically, we can therefore choose to give up our birthright of discerning the truth and therefore become something less than human.

The opposite of "unblinking realism" is to become a tool. A tool is an extension of another human being. To be utilitarian to anothers purpose.

That is not my goal.