Stephen King's best work does not lend itself to adaptation, and yet
So much of the entire stupid thing relies on circular reasoning, I hate it and nerds!!
Damn that's a weird movie. Some shit I never seen in a movie. Definitely worth a watch, even if it never really confronts what it means to cast a black man in a Lovecraft adaptation. Especially worrying cuz we all know what fuckin color he was talking about.
Star Trek Discovery season two
The prime directive is dog shit, Saru's people are literally raised and slaughtered for food but Starfleet isn't allowed to interfere 🙄🙄🙄
How about everyone focus on reducing the harm our actions do to others, and preventing others from doing harm as well? How about we just meet everyone's needs? We have the resources and the infrastructure. We're just actively choosing not to.
The driving philosophy behind America is that individuals acting selfishly will automatically balance at a societal level to equity. This theory has proven obviously untrue, and as such, should be dispensed with. People with power found loopholes that prevent their subordinates from being able to act in their own self-interest with any real autonomy, thus preventing this theorized balance from even starting. How about we try compassion instead?
I co-host a podcast called Hack the Net
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