I love to complain and I find it quite relieving, I'll be honest. Though this may be no surprise to the ones who know me – I want to put my cards on the table. But I'm not the only one. The writers I enjoy the most, or that had a major influence over my own work, are the ones that either deliberately strip the language naked, - reducing it to its own essence, or displays controversial language and situations at times. So when it comes to that, Goerge Carlin has naturally been
"some people go 'oh, isn't the world a crazy place?
and they're fine with that... and I'm like
'no, this is fucked up,.. this is really fucked up..
it's like the dark age of people.." [D.S}
Throughout all this past week, I ended up discussing in a way or another whether you can joke about certain 'delicate' subjects. Now, I do have a strong opinion upon this matter, and it's true, -
recently I find myself more and more drawn into the comedy world, sharp satire, controver
I recently wrote an article about how we're all going to have to learn how to live in this new reality made-up by our new virtual-social life as well as the old-fashioned-real life. One point more than anyone else deserves to be highlighted - the raising necessity of now showing only the best, successful side of our lives.
It's true. There is not such a strong rule, of course, but the message in the background is clear. Facebook (as I like to refer to it as the brightest exa