Rules Do Not Count in Subjectivity

Rule #2: Keep a sense of humor through all the absurdity. And, there’s a lot these days.

Subjective Annihilation Theory applies to our rhetorical human-symbolic quest for un-subjectivity (a state perhaps more commonly conceptualized as utopia or paradise) wherein we continuously strive to reduce our subjectivity to other things and conditions within our natural and socially constructed worlds.

Hypocrite

It seems that much of the public awareness is just watching acting. The news media is hype to stir emotions, marketing tries to get you to buy, groups want you to join their cause and donate. Many service workers put on a smile or show to please you even when they hate your guts. It is all about money or some type of greed. Look at the republican congressman that is against abortion until it is his girlfriend that gets pregnant. Police that take bribes or steal from those they arrest. Corporations that tell you the customer comes first but then are cheating to increase profits. Charities that pay executives high salaries and expenses. Religious organizations that abuse children and hide it then pay because of the courts but do not punish the offender.

Fake news is the result of hypocrites that want the truth but lie about it. Government is for all the people not just special causes that benefit a few. What ever happened to the truth that most people just do not know what is happening? Most people do not know if the media is telling the truth. I do not think the media even knows if what it is reporting is truth or some kind of marketing stunt. Have you seen those stories about some product or service that looks like a news story only to find out it is written by a corporate person as a news release.

In these days of mass communication less and less of what we see and read is truth.

WOKE

LOL, a word that has been mangled to project awareness of some social problems. It seems to be a product of the side that has the problems. Being aware requires one to not take sides but to understand all the facets and nuances of an issue. Better communication starts with the universal use of the language.

Dansette