Sunday, December 21, 2014

dystopian fiction and the reality of air

i found dis bit of crafted narrative on "Wired" you know that political narrative crap, posing as a tech blog.....

Her new book, This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs. The Climate, argues that only dramatic policy shifts can avert climate catastrophe, and that ordinary people need to speak up and demand emissions caps, public transportation, and a transition to renewable energy. That’s a hard sell politically, which is why dubious measures like geoengineering and cap-and-trade have been proposed instead.  *excerpt from:
Dystopian Fiction’s Popularity Is a Warning Sign for the Future
so, bein' the ferret dat i am, i will translate the definitions of these terms out of the context of code speak, and into the realm of reality away from the crafted narrative.....  

emissions caps:  leave the U.S. in the vulnerable position of a service sector society that doesn't "make anything"

public transportation:  spend hundreds of millions of dollars per mile so rich white people are guaranteed their maids can come clean their houses on time

renewable energy:  any company that Al Gore owns stock in; after all, he did win the Nobel Prize for putting together a powerpoint presentation


capitalism is here to stay... without it we'd all be riding donkeys down to the open air meat market, swatting flies and maggots off the goat meat folks...

i am not going to waste my life making myself miserable and ranting about the environment ~ you are welcome to take the adult approach here, and block me, and call me names...

Merry Christmas!!

Wednesday, April 30, 2014

the one who looks in your eyes

the one who looks in your eyes and sees that you know exactly what they are thinking

the one who looks in your eyes and sees a powerful truth that you have captured every nuance of them ~ every vibe

the one who looks in your eyes and sees you as you are and still loves you

the one who looks in your eyes and sees a wonderful loving soul no matter what 

that is the pet human, when it stares at me with those knowing eyes

Sunday, April 13, 2014

Happiness is a Decision

We have to Make a Decision to Be Happy... People search mountains, travel the Earth, look their entire lives for happiness. Only to determine that it is a decision ~ often which we must keep on making.

sociocultural anthropology

my pet human thinks it knows social patterns defined over a convergence of technology with telephony useage; disrupting social patterned POS habits adjusting response to modern markets and triggers ~ however, i think that i can produce a conversion rate higher than usual using emotional triggers and scientific data to create cultural trends, accepted speech dialects, and non mainstream influences to develop  sales word patterns.

Patterns have been established by non mainstream trends.  A girl in Boston no longer trusts CNN or Dave Letterman.  She turns to the Internet, and finds micro local content about BeanTown developed by Boston Producers and covering her neighborhood.  She loves what she sees, she tunes back in.