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They blindly follow the status quo. We collectively allow these institutions to arbitrarily divide us even though we all more or less want the same things from life — love, family, joy, meaningful work, simple. The world wants to assign you a role. Are you free? Do you know how to think for yourself and make your own decisions? Be honest. No one else is around.

I love the show Weeds. Written by Malvina Reynolds Is this really the American dream? A little box on the hillside? Are you one of these people? Get to work. Seriously…You Really Do This? The praise of people who despise themselves? Think about how preoccupied with yourself you are.

You put yourself at the center of the universe constantly. You wrestle with your inner critic and doubt yourself, constantly. Sometimes you can be straight up neurotic.

Everybody is like this, yet somehow we imagine everyone else to be secure and confident people judging us from their ivory towers. Part of playing the game of life is realizing that it is a game. Neither should you. This ties into the quotes above about society trying to teach you to be helpless. It just is. You can publish a book on Amazon , take classes from Yale and Harvard for free, start a Youtube channel and become a millionaire before you hit puberty , learn to code for no upfront fee at places like Lambda School, create an e-commerce business for basically zero money, freelance, I really could go on and on.

Those institutions are dead, totally. Are you going to be on the right side of history? That system is our enemy. Businessmen, teachers, lawyers, carpenters. The very minds of the people we are trying to save. But until we do, these people are still a part of that system and that makes them our enemy.

You have to understand, most of these people are not ready to be unplugged. And many of them are so inured, so hopelessly dependent on the system, that they will fight to protect it. Instead, I just live my life in the hopes of setting an example for others and talk to the people who are ready to hear what I have to say. Again, tying into the above quote about trivialities tripping people up.

I realized that if I was going to live the type of life I wanted to live, it would have to be on my own terms. Does your worldview suit you?

Is it working out for you? How does your model of reality affect your daily life? Are you content to live in the matrix or do you want to take the red pill? Neo went from his cubicle and apartment to being cold, naked, and afraid aboard a ship traversing an apocalyptic plane.

But he also became the hero. You can, too. I think back to when I was in college. Everyone was super excited about the future. The ages of 22—25 are where you see the last vestiges of hope and excitement for about 90 percent of people. The fork in the road splits. Many choose a route that begins to slowly piss them off. A few take the road less traveled.

The album was released in October and the band supported it with a tour , which spanned some 70 concerts before concluding in the autumn of For the album's recording, the band recruited producer Glyn Johns. The band had previously worked with Johns on the album Who's Next. Compared to previous Who albums, The Who by Numbers took an unusually long time to complete as noted above, nearly three months and was marred by numerous breaks and interruptions due to the band members' growing boredom and lack of interest.

Only the songs on the first side of The Who by Numbers were performed live, and only "Squeeze Box" became a concert staple. Roger Daltrey had featured the song in a solo concert in Glyn worked harder on The Who by Numbers than I've ever seen him. He had to, not because the tracks were weak or the music poor but because the group was so useless. We played cricket between takes or went to the pub. I personally had never done that before.

I felt detached from my own songs, from the whole record.