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uruka | 14th Feb 2010 | 廢話 | (124 Reads)

齊齊進軍 low-brow 市場!

仲寫乜反夢想主義呀,拿拿林學下人地寫下 D 咩大肚之道、東京 OL 軼事啦!

唉,係咁先。


uruka | 9th Feb 2010 | 廢話 | (72 Reads)

What an interesting contrast.

A conversation overheard in Safeway:

"Omg, people are like, so stupid... Like, they can't even understand a simple English sentence," said a young ABC lady who was scanning our groceries.
"Yeah..." The other young white lady replied absent-mindedly.
"Like, I don't understand why won't they go take some English classes, to like, you know, better themselves. I mean, it wouldn't hurt. You know what? They should like, enforce a rule, and make every person who has below-standard English take mandatory English classes."

V.S.

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uruka | 8th Feb 2010 | 音樂 | (51 Reads)
美國人的憤怒是不慌不忙的。
慢慢沉澱,交流看法,深思熟慮,再慢條斯理地寫出編曲細膩、字字珠璣的精緻樂章,把憤怒的面容,一滴不漏地隨著每粒音符完整地描繪出來,令人拍案叫絕,身心舒暢。

香港人的憤怒是火燒眉毛的。
像是快要斷氣前的最後嘶吼,用盡身體剩下的所有力氣,就算是如果會因此而死掉,也不假思索地大聲嚎叫,生怕下一秒就已經失去呼叫的權利般。憤怒的面容,因太過急切,未能完整地呈現出來,但憤怒的情緒,卻因此而來得更加真實,更加深邃,喚醒起人們內心原本已經沉睡了的洪洪烈火,叫人無法自制地跟著一起呼喊,為著那生命中所重要的、所必定不能失去的,力竭聲嘶。

uruka | 7th Feb 2010 | 廢話 | (47 Reads)
如題。

uruka | 3rd Feb 2010 | 講人講事 | (53 Reads)

This video teaches an extremely important lesson, in my opinion.

Most people in this world are mindlessly SLEEPWALKING through life, purposefully turning a blind eye to all the injustice happening, and consciously trying to avoid facing the fact that they are perpetrators of the system. They recognize fully that this system is oppressive, yet they refuse to do anything about it, because they are the beneificiaries of it. But they never want to admit that. They say, "yes, it's unfair, but what can I do? It's not my fault!" and try to evade from responsibility. They don't really want to change the system, because changing the system would mean taking away their special privileges, the privileges that are right now built upon the unjust sufferings of others.

So many students graduate from universities only with "getting a well-paid job" in mind. Are universities even what they claim to be anymore?  Or are they just another one of the many institutions maintained in a way so that it serves to further support the oppressive system? A pseudo beacon of light that exists only to give an illusion of balance, so people feel better about their capitalistic society and feel less of a need to push for change?


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