Tuesday, April 18, 2017


Discursive Prolix disrupts. Then there's the phrase, "finally he's presidential" and establishments in media and politics breath a sigh of relief. Their definition of "presidential" is reading a script and lobbing bombs on foreigners. Establishments approve of patterns, and it doesn't seem to matter what that pattern is.

Social Movements look toward new patterns, new ways and as a result actions and behaviors described by words like "discursive" "prolix" and "disrupt" are constructive in the process of determining the possibilities of new patterns. Otherwise A + B still equals C and always will, so why bother.

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