By Xeni Jardin at 12:56 pm Mon, Feb 27, 2012
[Video Link] Hard to explain this web series, and this particular episode. Cats. Philosophy. Emptiness. Best to just watch. (via Andrea James)
Can someone tell the guy clapping with one hand to keep it down.
Love it. Watching all of them right now.
Their video on the Vietnam War is excellent. I’ve been watching their vids for years.
Thanks for the intro to this series, Xeni. I watched this whole thing, loved it, great food for thought. Can’t wait to watch some of the others.
For some reason I found the voice super-creepy
Yeah, sounded sort of like a really deep Marcel the Shell with shoes on.
Boing Boing is a major source of distraction and noise. But without it, I would never have found this video… What to think. I don’t know.
I would say that Boing Boing is a major source of unexpected magic. Screw what cats in the desert think.
I think the word you were looking for to describe the show is “Socialist”.
It’s not a bad show, and presents it’s rhetoric well. I enjoy it. There is the point where you do have to call a spade a spade.
Oh no! Not SOCIALISM!!!
The desert was indeed the most quiet place have I ever visited, except for the camels’ grunted complaints, and me getting sick (which, I thought, sounded a lot like the camels).
I don’t get it- “Can we really no peas? When are surroundings our never peace, full?” Damn cats are crazy, yo. Best not to listen to them.
Animal sounds (cat eating mouse.)
Yes, peace can be in any surroundings!! watching the trains of thoughts without boarding them!, then they disolve and reactivity disappears! then phenomena is no longer generating agitation…. and…inside is felt happy buzzing, sense of endless possibillities…the assemblage point has moved :D
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