You would think that doing what enthuses and excites us would be the easiest thing in the world, but the economic and societal model - the Machine - that we’ve all been born into makes it feel incredibly difficult to do so sometimes. Or at least we perceive it to be so.
The Machine has somehow duped us all into believing that life isn’t a precious gift afterall, and that it’s actually normal behaviour to spend 29% of our awakened lives (that’s if you call mindlessly-doing-what-the-Machines-tells-us-to-do as being ‘awake’) doing work we don’t even enjoy - or often agree with - to earn the money we then use to buy the meaningless crap we never used to need, and the ‘services’ that we used to do for ourselves or each other out of love and a sense of community.
|—||Mark Boyle (via thesunisfalling)|
I just had so many memories of Toys R Us and Sears shoot through my mind. I forgot the stations like this existed, but I can remember playing Wario Land 2 on one now
I don’t remember these at all…
Before my time, I suppose.
FUCK I JUST WOKE UP MY ENTIRE HOUSE
These cats have no fucking idea what is happening.
Oh my god.
Those poor cats and omg I can’t breathe at all.
this is 10% evil and 90% hilarious
i am in class softly laughing into my sleeve