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May 3, 2005

Time Management for Anarchists: The Movie

Yay! I am thrilled that this great piece of work exists!

I completely empathize with the predicament and couldn't agree more with the proposed solutions.

It's worth checking out. I promise.

Now let's all get busy becoming disciplined, creative, productive people!

Thanks to Rubin, a new commentor on this site for this great link!


Always a pleasure.

Posted by: Rubin at May 2, 2005 11:54 PM


Can we have more totally cute, fantastically silly animal pictures!!! No time management--I think if I watched it I might not come back to your site--I might realize that I should be working or trying to get some sleep.

Posted by: Chubby Aminals in a Zoo at May 4, 2005 12:19 AM

The irony of it all... controlled chaos and organized anarchy - a new set of oxymora for the 21st Century and fashionable "outsider".

"The power of one, if fearless and focused, is formidable, but the power of many working together is better." - Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo.

No matter how you slice the issue, anarchy is never just that; it's a diluted form of the often-proved, corporate model. As was once remarked upon here, people are sheep. Give them a believable shepherd, and they'll follow... Bah bah - bleep! Oops! Sorry - hiccup...

Posted by: |mr|Darcy at May 4, 2005 9:17 AM

You don't even need to give them a believable shepard. What's belivable about any of the religions?

We have a pope in a $50,000 robe, who built a $20,000,000 hotel so the Cardinals wouldn't have to sleep on cots for three days, telling Americans we are too materialistic.

You've got the Hasidics in outfits from 18th century Eastern Europe leaving stoves on all weekend.

You've got conservative christians against abortion but for war and the death penalty.

Who's believable?

Posted by: BOB at May 4, 2005 11:32 AM

Is it about who's believable, or about what's believable? And how is the "who" related to the "what"? Can you have the "what" without the "who"? I don't know!

Posted by: Rubin at May 4, 2005 6:22 PM

Really, the question is can you have the Who without Keith Moon?

Posted by: BOB at May 5, 2005 7:29 AM

I'm sorry, that's not from My Generation.

Posted by: Rubin at May 5, 2005 9:11 AM

Regardless... "I'll walk over you to see the Who!"

That incident in Chicago was rather sad...

Posted by: |mr|Darcy at May 5, 2005 9:21 AM

Which proves the point its not always good to follow the leader.

Posted by: BOB at May 5, 2005 1:28 PM
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