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A few more street contraptions in the not-so-big city...
Lurking near an old Italianate villa...
...was this wee beastie.
Good for a read whilst waiting for the omnibus creatures...
Snakes and tyres...
struts and things...
Snakes on a shark cage...
Even the rubbish tips...
Hide mechanical beasts...
But does it go "om-nom-nom?"
The Mechanical Insect has learnt to live on the thoughts and voices of the human beasties...
And of course...
Patiently awaits its turn at the lights...
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Coinstar display images...
She seems spent...
Cameron Diaz seems really spaced out...
Anett: 7th Aug 2012 - 17:43 GMT
Everyone has to come to terms with their' world and what will populate it. I don't think much has to be jetnisoted for starters: car and TV would do for most folks.TV is the conduit for the other' consumer items. Everyone learns what to buy on the idiot box and none of it is necessary. There is so much waste in the West that nobody would miss any of things we give up.There is nothing any human has' that is worth going to war for. Our war is against nature, we would be hard pressed to wage it more effectively than we are doing right now. It is nature that yields (what passes for) growth, not people. Our (bankrupt) idea is that machines are productive, humans are not: humans are the necessary evil: consumers of what machines make. It's a lie of course but the outcome is an onslaught to extract from nature what machines eat' and lending to humans so that they can eat what machines make.What is interesting from following this logic is that humans are easily fooled with lies about credit/debt/future/growth/progress: machines cannot be fooled. Machines need inputs not promises or rosy scenarios. Machines refuse to work without inputs: this means humans are already dumber than machines. Following some more, the outcome of deindustrializing' yourself is freedom from having to constantly feed your' machine. This should also be discussed more, because the freedom argument is always made by the factory operators who aim to enslave all with their goods'. It's true, without a car I don't have the freedom to race down a highway 80mph but I do have the much larger freedom from being obliged to do so.
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