The world: raw + unrelated

In case you haven’t noticed already, greed is what drives this world. Greed and competition.

Without greed or competition, nothing would get done.

Say Comcast had a monopoly on internet. Who would pressure them to make their internet faster? More reliable?

How do people get better at playing instruments? They have competition.

This increase of technology just feeds our greed, too. Our technology is just our way of getting stuff done a lot faster, thus getting us more time to do other things.

Technology allows us to hoard our time–time we use to interact with more technology.

What if technology’s development got out of hand?

What if we had robots to do everything for us? All play and no work?

I hope something comes in the future and destroys the cities that that happens to.  Not to be morbid or anything.


Hey guise I rote a poem. I hoap you like it even though it’s absolutely terrible.

Sitting still
The lazy sun
Providing no warmth

Tree stump
Grows weary

Crunching underfoot
The snow screaming
Eternal rest
May be best

Bad poetry
Sleepless nights
frolic through
hand in hand

3 Replies to “The world: raw + unrelated”

  1. This is ridiculously ignorant. Do some reading on postmodern philosophy before you make any analytics about what drives people to evolve and do things.

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