How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

On Anarchy : Postponment...

Our house has been conquered by the Hive, and Chairman Yang is terribly opposed to things like that, so instead of getting nerve stapled, I'm being lazy today. (For those of you that are puzzled, I brought home a copy of Alpha Centauri, which is now on every computer in the house except Cate's, and has been taking up an inordinate amount of everyone's time...)

Meanwhile, we tore ourselves away from the game to watch Equilibrium... yummy. Oh so yummy. Great script, acting, and coreography. Ohhhhh... such good coreography. With the appropriate amount of "Hello, my name is badass. I'll be slaughtereing your unit today," moments. While it is an action movie, it is moved by a story of a world where to prevent a fourth world war that would wipe out mankind, they create a society that removes the source of war- emotion.

Did you take your ProziumTM today?

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