"None are more hopelessly enslaved than
who falsely believe they are free."
Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
So yaThought ya
Might like to go to the show.
To feel the
warm thrill of confusion
That space cadet glow.
Tell me is
something eluding you, sunshine?
Is this not what you
expected to see?
If you wanna find out what's behind these cold
You'll just have to claw your way through this
Momma loves her baby
And daddy loves you
And the sea may look warm to you babe
And the sky may look
But ooooh Baby
Ooooh baby blue
If you should go skating
On the thin ice of modern life
Dragging behind you the silent reproach
Of a million
Don't be surprised when
a crack in the ice
Appears under your feet.
You slip out of your depth and out
of your mind
With your fear flowing out behind you
claw the thin ice.
When we grew up and went to school
were certain teachers who would
Hurt the children in any way they could
By pouring their derision
Upon anything we did
exposing every weakness
However carefully hidden by the kids
in the village, it was well known
When they got
home at night, their fat and
Psychopathic wives would thrash
Within inches of their lives.
across the ocean
Leaving just a
Snapshot in the
Daddy what else did you leave for me?
what'd'ja leave behind for me?!?
All in all it was just
a brick in the wall.
All in all it was all just bricks in the wall.
We don't need no
need no thought control
No dark sarcasm in the
them kids alone
Hey! Teachers! Leave them kids
All in all it's just another brick in the wall.
in all you're just another brick in the wall.
I don't need no arms
And I dont
need no drugs to calm me.
I have seen the writing on the
Don't think I need anything at all.
No! Don't think
I'll need anything at all.
All in all it was all just bricks in the
All in all you were all just bricks in the wall.
Mother do you think they'll drop the bomb?
Mother do you
think they'll like this song?
Mother do you think they'll try to break
Mother should I build the wall?
Mother should I run
Mother should I trust the government?
will they put me in the firing line?
Mother am I really dying?
Hush now baby, baby, dont you cry.
Mother's gonna make all
your nightmares come true.
Mother's gonna put all her fears into you.
Mother's gonna keep you right here under her wing.
She wont let
you fly, but she might let you sing.
Mama will keep baby cozy and warm.
Ooooh baby ooooh baby oooooh baby,
Of course mama'll help to
build the wall.
Mother do you think she's good enough -- to me?
Mother do you think she's dangerous -- to me?
Mother will she
tear your little boy apart?
Mother will she break my heart?
Hush now baby, baby dont you cry.
Mama's gonna check out
all your girlfriends for you.
Mama wont let anyone dirty get through.
Mama's gonna wait up until you get in.
Mama will always find
out where you've been.
Mama's gonna keep baby healthy and clean.
Ooooh baby oooh baby oooh baby,
You'll always be baby to me.
Mother, did it need to be so high?
Staging is not a new idea as every
ruler will attest.
There are many ways to deceive the eye and
social engineers use them.
are often the only thing an
individual will subconsciously recall.
healthy dose of
skepticism is needed
in judging the authenticity of
images that appear truthful
poison our sense of
reality creating a conceptually
false reality and re-writing
easily manipulated with computer-generated digital imaging.
This makes it
extremely easy to invent scenes for the staging of
1996 US military publishes Shock and Awe: Achieving Rapid
This doctrine forms the basis of the
2003 invasion of Iraq.
The authors state that the invading force should "seize control of the environment and
paralyze or so overload
an adversary's perceptions and understanding of events so that the enemy
would be incapable of
The signature image of the fall of Baghdad, the
toppling of a statue of Saddam
surrounded by a large, jostling crowd celebrating was staged.
was not the "massive demonstration" that was widely reported, a depiction
buttressed by the dense congestion in the close-up images.
Reuters long-distance shot of
the entire square where the statue was downed shows the
crowd was small, no more than
about 200 people.
Goethe in a letter to Schiller ~
Entertainment brings forth the power of
emotional sensation allowing a vehicle for
escape or release from the
rational dissociated mind.
Entertainment relies heavily on instant emotional
Entertainment is an
expression of the will to consume and possess.
Entertainment and consumption are
two sides of the same
aside from the purchase of
anyone with money
to buy into their own fantasy just like the fantasies on Fantasy
Both are simply a search for the
mindless pleasure of
emancipation from the onerous halls of reason and
the other bonds of
self-restraint or self-control.
Entertainment transports us
through time and space enabling us to escape our personal reality -
if only for a moment
before the moment is
application of the techniques of theater to
converted everything into branches of show
business - the overriding objective is
Warhol ushered in a new age for art
causing the custodians of culture
to roll over in their graves - art as
Andy Warhol realized in
entertainment monoculture people
themselves became pop
cultural artifacts and celebrities were human soup
The most important art movement became the art of the creation of
the celebrity, the celebrity
business plan." - Neil Gabler
not surprised to hear that teenagers and young adults are not really
entertained by the media
devices to which they have become attached.
The reason is that
entertainment is like dessert - a
little goes a long way.
People derive genuine
satisfaction by actually doing things such as making their own music,
dancing, creating art,
flowers, knitting sweaters, repairing old bicycles,
learning a new
The fact that youngsters waste so much time trying to
find virtual satisfaction shows that we need to work harder to make real
satisfaction more accessible to them." - Ruth Anne Hammond
Before CIA involvement
art was sublime.
redirected thought from the
sensual to the intellectual, from the
temporal to the
the corporeal to
Art was not only concerned with
aesthetics but also
operating on the right brain, is
beyond the reach of
When the senses and emotions
are stimulated it is sensational.
Entertainment induced neural
reactions in much the same way as
Artists create artwork assuming different spectators will
see different things.
Entertainers captivate by deploying
stories in an attempt to garner
Entertainment is about the
power to replace the sublime
Entertainment requires sensation
triumph over reason to suspend disbelief.
Electrification and related
technologies built the entertainment industry.
Printing advances allowed for
reproduction on billboards and in
books, newspapers and
Magazines aimed to entertainment and
condition the masses.
They achieved this by the liberal and extravagance use
of photographs of individuals deemed socially
important accompanied by
changed as wages rose and hours declined.
Ordinary citizens began to
have more money and
A new attitude emerged
among laborers accompaning these changes - an
emotional reaction against
the numbing conditions of the machine age.
At the end of the work day,
workers left their factories
wanting to have a good time,
forget work and
forget their personal
Entertainment satisfies the
desire to forget the daily grind.
Cicero was trained by Roscius the
Napoleon Bonaparte took
instruction from the actor Talma in the art of small talk and
carefully calculated everything
from his rages to his poses.
In antebellum America political
orators Daniel Webster, John
Calhoun and Henry Clay
studied theatrical declamation, prompting theater managers to complain that
their presentations could not compete with those of politicians.
theatrical tradition leaped into aritocratic circles when
played the part of a larger-than-life
version of himself.
"Beware of those who would use
violence, too often it is violence
they want and neither truth nor
1. a public display or performance, esp a
showy or ceremonial one.
2. a thing or person seen as unusual: he makes
a spectacle of himself.
3. a strange or interesting object or phenomenon
mid-14c., "specially prepared or arranged display," from Old French
spectacle "sight, spectacle, Roman games" (13c.), from Latin spectaculum "a
public show, spectacle, place from which shows are seen," from spectare "to
view, watch, behold," frequentative form of specere "to look at," from PIE
*spek- "to observe"
millionaire is only
average dishwasher dressed in a new suit."
Festivals in ancient Rome
were an important part of Roman religious life during both the Republican and
Imperial eras, and one of the primary features of the Roman calendar.
Feriae ("holidays" in the sense of "holy days"; singular also feriae or
dies ferialis) were either public (publicae) or private (privatae).
State holidays were celebrated by the Roman people and received public
Games (ludi), such as the Ludi Apollinares, were not
technically feriae, but the days on which they were celebrated were dies festi,
holidays in the modern sense of days off work.
Although feriae were
paid for by the state, ludi were often funded by wealthy individuals.
Marcus Terentius Varro defined feriae as "days instituted for the sake
of the gods."
Religious rites were performed on the feriae, and public
business was suspended.
This plagued commerce as there was many
festivals: 13 in January, 16 in February, 17 in March, 16 in April, 14 in May,
19 in June, 16 in July, 18 in August, 7 in September(grain harvest), 13 in
October, 8 in November, 19 in December - for a total of 176 festival days a
1960 Tall Story, a romantic comedy, premiers starring
Anthony Perkins with Jane Fonda in her first screen role.
goes to college to get married but pretends otherwise.
is secretly propositioned, via a
radio message, by a gambling syndicate
to lose a key game to a
visiting Russian team.
Perkins refuses to do this, but is unable to
return the money that appears as he does not know who is behind the attempted
throw the game, a
moral Perkins decides to deliberately fail an ethics exam, which automatically
disqualifies him from playing.
Perkins ethics professor, Leo Sullivan,
is coming under student and faculty pressure to reverse the failure and give
him a passing grade.
Sullivan refuses to do this on the ethics
principle of equality.
Coach mentions something about education getting
in the way of sports.
Sullivan gets arrested after calling the arresting
officer a Cossack
finally consenting to give Perkins an oral retest while
the game is in
After this academics in US colleges take a backstage to
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