chumpMorpheus

chumpMorpheus

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pinkerton isn't gross. don't be a baby
this post itself could use an edition
that new mix is super nice
welp, this meme from a few days ago has some new resonance https://twitter.com/EnjoyYrMeanlife/status/1348399963991134213
how is this the best quarantine era live performance
uh, fail. the actual story here today is "Weyes Blood pulls Ariel Pink collab EP from streaming". do you guys even Want my outrage clicks?
why is the name of this artist not made immediately clear in the article, is a question
you mistook my point, it's not about if they're all on the same level (which isn't something we can say without the benefit of hindsight anyway). if we're painting with the moral paintbrush of 'artists who are bad people deserve their records thrown out', then .... you kind of have to follow that train all the way down
what method did you use to dispose of all your lennon/bowie/who/60s/70s/80s records btw? i'm sure the same would work here
I mean that's just classic mom dialogue though
post a comment about it here for clout, wait till the back patting responses roll in, then film yourself putting it in the trash for your ig story. what else is there to do?
downvoted for speaking the truth. now i know how jesus felt
wait how is an artful photo of a baby's fist twee? i retract my question
my point was, the doc does not cross the line into being Overtly sympathetic - or apologizing or rationalizing the behavior. every doc is a balancing act of complicity and being critical. i dont feel 'played' if those are indeed her leanings - she made a good film either way. it still explored the issues i wanted to hear about. why they are there, i have no idea
that's fair (though I do believe you thought all those thoughts, lol) - i think it just comes down to wether a film being 'sympathetic to incels' is a morally bad thing. it's worth remembering its the extreme edge cases who carry out the actual acts of violence - the rest of them are complicit but also you know frustratingly human and occasionally relatable - and the doc explores that. to me, it was a worthwhile documentary either way
interesting. i mean, every doc is 'blinkered', its just editing and the logistics of scope. i found it very effective at portraying that alienation and a solid explanation of the 'culture' for outsiders. if you relate to the people more than you want to well, they are people. sometimes being left to draw your own conclusions is more powerful (even though these types of films rn tend to be opening themselves up to being dragged for doing the opposite of their purpose)