The philosophy of: Kenny Fucken Powers vs. The philosophy of: A Wrinkle in Time – Why does Mrs. Who, who’s from a billion years into the future, still care about nationality?

In A Wrinkle in Time, the three wise women, Mrs. Who, Mrs. Whatsit and Mrs. Which share wisdom gathered from living for a billion years. But then why does Ms. Who quote the nationality of the famous people she quotes when sharing her wisdom? For example, when she quotes Buddha, she identifies him …

The Philosophy of: Camp Cope’s Georgia McDonald’s eye rolls (in this live version of The Opener)

Camp Cope have a way of relating frustrating, annoying and sometimes shitty stories that are deeply personal to them, that girls (and guys) can relate to and they don’t seem to really give a shit about how much they reveal–about themselves, what people say or said, or do or did. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yOI8NGJ6SdI …

#1: Your name. #2: Your nationality = Two things you had no control over. Yet why do we get worked up if people don’t remember #1, or do we judge people for #2? (You are not your nationality, or name, AT ALL)

Stereotypes are complete bullshit. You are not your nationality, you are a person in the world with a different personality from everyone else, who happened to be born in and grow up in some place in the world. Japanese are a super calm, tranquil people right? Well they also have …

Napoleon actually was a short dead dude (The philosophy of: Bill S. Preston Esquire pt.2)

You are not you. If it weren’t all the people you’ve met or had experiences with, whether in person or even in narrative or documentaries, you wouldn’t be the same you. And where you are born and the situation you’re born into to is something you have absolutely no control …