Of Bloodhounds and Detectives
We’ve been on the trail so long, that we forgot to ask ourselves some questions. But, that’s not what we’re “trained” to do is it? To question. To question ourselves that is. Once we pick up the scent of truth, we’ll follow it through to the end, even into endless rabbit trails laid out for us and leading nowhere, regardless how foul.
This show was about asking tough questions; how we should be playing detective instead of being the bloodhound we’ve been trained to [d/l free 32K version]:
We’ve consumed a lot of truth. The problem, is that we didn’t pace ourselves and imbibed far too much of it, far too quickly. I guess we’ll have to wake up again. Good luck remembering everything. I swear I’m never doing this again! Right!
The way we’re conditioned to “research” [coincidentally called “cramming”] is also the way we have been conditioned to think, which also happens to be the same way we’re conditioned to drink. Obviously, that conditioning serves some industry.
What’s the point of fooling ourselves that we’re hunting down hidden mysteries, when the below wankers are paid well to present us with the same information?
We weren’t supposed to ask questions. After all, we still haven’t grown up. We’re still [perpetually] cramming, soaking up [no]ledge and reacting [as programmed].
Ultimately, the result of all this binging is the installment of the “Victim 33.1” Operating System in our brain [and it’s nearly impossible to uninstall]. But, don’t worry, you will find yourself surrounded by others who are compatible to interaction and there will be lots of organizational facades ready to take your funds.
Once you “see” how money has few ideological grounds, you’ll see how and why things work the way they do. Victims beget more indirect victims. Paid propagandists beget unpaid propagandists. THEM? Sit back; watch profits roll in.
It’s not so much that we’re “stupid.” It’s really just a matter of doing exactly what we were really well-trained to do.
Note: The above download is a 128K version of the [free] 32K version included herein. Naturally, the sound quality is going to be a lot clearer and a lot less “tinny.”