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Joe Friday's Paycheck
04/28/08, 10:40

Okay, figuring for the time value of money and assuming he saved 10% of each gross paycheck, or 18 cents an hour, and hopefully invested this at close to 6% per year and then figuring in the rate of year-to-year inflation.

Joe Friday retired in the poorhouse, didn't he?
Jay Slim, turns turns 'so step up if you wanna get hurt' to 'if you step you step you can get hurt'
04/28/08, 10:34

Pretty mcuh, buts its a little more involved than that. You have to know where those sounds are on each record. of course, you could always do it in Ableton first and then just play it back and ACT like you're actually djing it live. But then the lack of pauses between you setting up samples would kinda gie you away.
Or, you know, hire Rahzel.
The Legend Of Zelda Rap in slow-mo.
04/28/08, 00:50

If you take away the slo-mo vocals, would this not sound JUST LIKE something off Tricky's Maxinquaye album?

I kept expecting a little "When we funk, we'll hear beats" lyric to pop in there.
Eye of the Tiger (from Persepolis)
04/28/08, 00:47

Also, quick question: did Marjane Satrapi provide her own voice for the movie?
Eye of the Tiger (from Persepolis)
04/28/08, 00:46

I've read Persepolis I and II and if the movie is half as good as the books it should be pretty damn awesome.
Shocking Dark - 'Aliens' attack
04/28/08, 00:40

Eravate sempre un asshole, Gorman.
Shocking Dark - 'Aliens' attack
04/28/08, 00:39

And no, we'd just change our minds about how we wanted to handle them until they were right on top of us and then criticize them to death.
Shocking Dark - 'Aliens' attack
04/28/08, 00:38

Sono nella stanza! Gioco sopra, uomo! Gioco sopra!
this person didnt approve of that black kid threatening the Mr president
04/27/08, 10:39

I have the feeling he thinks this is his path to the fame and fortune of radio punditry. Get in line, buddy. There are so many wannabe radio pundits in broadcasting now that you can't swing a dead cat without hitting one.
You Get What You Give
04/26/08, 23:35

Also, this wasn't even really a band. It was just a production vehicle. The bald guy here is the songwriter/producer who wrote the majority of that radio-friendly Santana album that won a grammy. So yeah, its evil incarnate.
You Get What You Give
04/26/08, 23:32

I know I should five it for its level of evil...but no. No, it deserves that one star sooooo bad.
The NeoCube Ball Drop
04/26/08, 16:30

My army of nanobots is almost complete...
MST3K-Rockstar Lookalikes
04/26/08, 15:51

The Indian of the group.
The Neocube
04/26/08, 15:49

I know!
Plastic Man (1979 Cartoon Intro)
04/26/08, 05:44

duuuupe
Boob drumming angers dogs
04/25/08, 18:26

Everyone went to school with these girls. They married young and are now skanky divorcees desperately in search of a man to make them a fat trophy wife before they hit 30.
Philosophy: A Guide to Happiness - Seneca
04/25/08, 18:24

I'm 5ing for the response. I'd argue that status works as a great placebo in the short run, but not much else. And you make a good point re: Carl Sagan.

There's a term for the unhappiness the want of material posession creates: anomie. The resulting normlessness breaks down society and I think that's evident in class structures. The less material benefit, the more anomie, and the experience of anomie is greater or lesser depending upon one's material status. And its not that one needs shitloads of money to be happy, just enough not to have to worry.

But I just got my tax return and my family FINALLY got the FEMA grant to rebuild the house that we already rebuilt on credit anyway, so...

I like Michio Kaku more than Sagan, but if we're gonna argue over who's simplifying extremely complex ideas, he'd be an ironic one to put out there, eh?
Two pound cane toad
04/25/08, 14:06

A few decades and Australia will know the terror of the Frogmen.
Goat licking an Electric Fence
04/25/08, 13:59

I think he gets off on it.
Philosophy: A Guide to Happiness - Seneca
04/25/08, 13:54

You have valid points, given what I've scrawled on the bathroom wall here and I see where you're coming from. However, Dosteoevsky and Tolstoy have the benefit of years and at least a little experiential reference in regard to what they opined. De Botton just seems to be more interested in making himself feel like he's saying something important.

I've seen where his books can be considered "pop" philosophy or as making philosophy accessible, my personal experience just doesn't tolerate someone with his background and reserves philosophizing on how to be happy without taking into account materialism and the obvious factor it plays in relation to a person's sense of well-being. And I know you're thinking "but Status Anxiety" and yeah, I can see where an argument can be made that he's at least had a thought in that direction, but without the benefit of history or experience, he's basically writing pseudo-intellectual editorials at this point, not to mention that Status Anxiety focused on the social perception of haves and have nots rather than physical material realities of those circumstances.

Also, I think the fundamental problem I'm gonna hve with him, at least academically, is that in terms of sociology, he's come off as a funcionalist and I REALLY like conflict theory.

As for his popularizing of philosophy, I've purposely witheld voting on the video itself because I can see the benefit of getting more people to read Seneca or Epicurius.

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