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Postby Polaris2043 » Sun Jun 28, 2020 9:13 pm

There is more to understanding Caucasian ppl than camping, country music and local sports

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Postby Polaris2043 » Sun Jun 28, 2020 9:37 pm

It’s a drag how the release date for Disney’s ‘Soul’ became indeterminate afaik. I was looking forward to it.
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Postby Polaris2043 » Mon Jun 29, 2020 7:18 am

Successful sleep allocation and practice:

The key to making it through these lockdowns w/minimal stress
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Postby Polaris2043 » Mon Jun 29, 2020 2:50 pm

Not having gone into pornography for self-pity after knowing of how my dad wasn’t sober.

Achievement.
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Postby Polaris2043 » Mon Jun 29, 2020 3:22 pm

I was 25 when the (apparent) current number of views matched the year.

Fotografia se trata de luz. Dibujo se trata de linea.
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Postby Polaris2043 » Mon Jun 29, 2020 4:51 pm

‘Going beyond’ what is acceptable to a socioeconomic conformist viewpoint (ex. legitimate embracing and equality to neurodiversity) doesn’t only require the lines of argument provide by ethics but a deep, valid and authentic introspection into what beauty means.

=_= Maybe than will the ignorance stop.
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Postby Polaris2043 » Tue Jun 30, 2020 1:11 am


I have learned through personal experience and a lot of really amazing, experienced, veteran performers, that are some of my favorite performers, that confidence is really an equation that means the combination of preparation and vulnerability. It's not something I typically or historically would associate with being vulnerable.

Confidence and vulnerability seem in some ways, to be at odds with each other and maybe it's a little counter intuitive but the fact is, is that, especially as a performer, especially as someone who is going to get up on stage and try to make a human connection with strangers in the audience, that vulnerability might be the most important thing to have as part of your personality, part of your inner workings; that you are comfortable being vulnerable.



—Lari White, ‘Vulnerability’, part of the ‘Singing lessons: 1 fundamentals’ on ‘Lynda.com’

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Postby Polaris2043 » Tue Jun 30, 2020 2:24 am

There was movie released in the late 00's called '10,000 B.C.' and I hate it ppl rag on it for 'historical accuracy' b/c >:I >~< arg, seriously!, how you can 'miss the point' that badly!*. I personally thought it was a neat movie which works when treated as a quasi-fantasy 'in the time of myths' take on a somewhat Stone age setting.

*example: a quasi-'Stone age' like proto-European like human group being given corn as a amenity for having overthrown a tyrant alongside others is clearly a stretch of fantasy in contrast to how irl pre-European encounter Natives in the S.W. U.S. or Mesoamerica were likely steadily figuring out overtime how to cultivate a certain startchy like plant to be all the more startchy
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Postby Polaris2043 » Tue Jun 30, 2020 6:23 pm

I think, I might have been practising a form of sarcasm where lofty words are used in false emphasize of banal or mundane actions.
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Postby Polaris2043 » Wed Jul 01, 2020 2:23 am

For the past ~+6 yrs , you have been more likely to get 'a real conversation' out of me if your serious about or mention cultural Marxism than anime*

*besides intense retrospective/nostalgic gushing a/o pondering back on it's stories -- honestly, I'd say I stopped w/anime consistently around ~'14 but am still at least a bit open to anime movies I suppose to commiting to serials like in the past
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