Breaking from the Crowd 


“Goddammit,” – my one word catchphrase nowadays. Can’t have a decent open mind conversation without being ostracized and told “work, reproduce, and die off. The arts don’t contribute to anything useful in society.” 


I think the appropriate quote to portray what I thought at that very moment is from Elie Wiesel’s book ‘Night,’ “I could have screamed in anger.” But I relented, so as to not become what the popular coined term “triggered” describes as easily offended on pedantic taken-out-of-context ideas.


Although, I must say this: 

Really, bro? What about your sports games? As entertainment, they’re technically considered art. What if those games were taken away because they distract you from your work ethic and were seen as “utterly useless” and all you had was your job? Oh, did I strike a nerve? Careful now, your passion is showing. 


All I can do now is laugh at the ignorance. 
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And keep this in mind:

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2 thoughts on “Breaking from the Crowd 

  1. Lord of the Rings, Tolkien, and Cortana always deserve a Like. 🙂

    Without art, life would be sad and depressing. Don’t let your critics get you down — they don’t know what they’re talking about. Keep being your awesome artistic self.

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  2. “Really, bro? What about your sports games? As entertainment, they’re technically considered art. What if those games were taken away because they distract you from your work ethic and were seen as “utterly useless” and all you had was your job? Oh, did I strike a nerve? Careful now, your passion is showing.” Welp thats been stolen

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