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beijing, china, 1989… april 1989…half a million students gather to protest against the oppressive nature of the chinese government…based in tiananmen square, beijing, the largest public space in the world…demonstrations to encourage continued economic reform and liberalization…evolved into a mass … Continue reading
A Lesson on Learning. piece in review: concrete jungle https://rebirthofthecool.wordpress.com/2011/08/03/concrete-jungle/ instructions: step 1. click “play” on the youtube video. step 2. watch the opening thirty seconds of the video. is the song a good song? (both sonically and aesthetically pleasing … Continue reading
please watch and listen to the lyrics. i choose my videos very carefully, like my words.
“a man who takes away another man’s freedom is a prisoner of hatred, he is locked behind the bars of prejudice and narrow-mindedness. i am not truly free if i am taking away someone else’s freedom just as surely as … Continue reading
He was seemingly awakened, and therefore felt as a sensational conquerer feels, consciously aware of his ability to question perceptions while simultaneously maintaining a mysterious connection to an essence of aging imperfection in an ever fleeting moment of constant change. … Continue reading