I'm sure all of you came across a 'philosophical' quote put on by your friends on the MSN or Twitter.
Its pretty bullshit if you ask me.
Not only its bullshit, its an hypocrisy in my opinion.
I don't want to know on how or when you've realised that human contradicts, embrace chaos or whatever and then put on a quote to appear as if you're a deep thinker. Save it for your job interview.
The irony is this, those people that put on a quote like that contradict what they wrote all the time. Seriously, not only its stupid, it also did nothing to improve my impression on them.
Walk the talk! The world is not going to change just because a philosophy thought hit on you out of nowhere and make you appear sophisticated.
By the way, in my opinion, Twitter kills creativity because the users just describe what they're doing in the interval of 5 minutes in a short, short sentence. And to my horror, they can't even put on a proper sentence on their twitter page. What a shame because i can't even make out on whether you're having lunch or you're going to have lunch.
I don't need to know whether you're going to Starbucks or doing your handstand now. Unless you're Kim Jong Il or H1N1 where every move could change the world.
Urgh, i don't know why i'm so angsty tonight. I could just bite someone else head off and smear the blood on my bedroom wall.
"What's in it for me?
Then i'll agree."
The Knife, We Share Our Mother's Health.