I have watched my first episodes of "South Park" in the last week. I've never been interested in it. As a matter of fact, I have been against it. Now that I've watched it. . . O.K. I don't feel as if I have missed anything, but it has moments.
Like the one I watched about the little kids addiction to social media. Social media is life and to quit is akin to suicide. There are interventions.
Whatever. I don't understand how people can subject themselves to it. I joined a little group devoted to the Fuji X100F because I wanted to see what other people's experiences were like. I wanted to know about accessories and other equipment. I wanted to know about the new camera's issues. Even there, though, on what should be an informative platform, I feel as if I have joined a fraternity. It is hierarchical and opinionated with attitude. What the fuck is wrong with people?
I'm checking out of that site.
I'd like to check out of a lot of things. This morning, C.C. sent me an article (link). After that, every other news story I read had something to do with millennial values and the Culture of Complaint. So. . . I sent them on to all my friends. I mean, what else are you going to do with things like that? You can't just keep it to yourself.
I will have even fewer friends soon if that's possible.
I have no ending to this. I didn't get enough sleep last night and am already dull so early in the day. If I didn't have to go to the factory, I'd take a pill and go to sleep. But that is not the way of things.