Finished writing a short film, put together friends to get it produced.
Last time that happened was about 8 years ago. I'm glad I have enough such friends to make this kinda thing happen.
Writing a film has much more constraint in characters, scope, macro ideas etc. compared to a text-only epic where anything goes.
But if all things being equal, a film has a much better chance of making a dent, simply because of the amount of people involved.
One of those "what water?" situations.
For decades now, I've only see things in 2D. Attempting to use both eyes results in double vision.
At some point, left and right eyes decided to work independently of each other, one taking over the other when the situation calls for it.
Non-integrated minds have psyches with completely different agendas living in the same person.
This is a great finding to complement my theory on conflict-quota.
Rage is capital. Capitalized, it follows with rage bank, rage interests and rage inflation.
No matter the upbringing, social status, wealth level or mental health, rage accumulates psychologically.
Rage is psychological bladder. If it doesn't get flushed out, it gets dumped on spouses, the street, or your news feed.
What if human has a conflict-debt, one that needs to be paid in fights from time to time?
What if GE is the Lehman Bros of 2020?
Daoist, software engineer, thinker
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