Scrappy Doo has been found dead in Miami.
A galvanizing message against institutionalization. Though some choose the bonds willingly, and some are forced into submission by the system, crushing oppression suppresses the pursuit of happiness under the guise of safety. Free thinking is marginalized, medicated and stamped out by “superiors” who determine the ever shifting guidelines of acceptable behavior and deviancy. The domineering control of the administration can be misconstrued as friendly protection, until you focus on their actions instead of their…
I don’t feel a need to expound at length about the lessons of extreme individuality and the fruits that it bears. PTA did an overwhelmingly precise job in depicting the essence of envy, so much so that I don’t feel a need to add. Rather, I found myself meditating on the larger concept of God v.s. Money, and the complicated relationship between the two.
Daniel’s son is…
An exceptional job of translating the source material in a way that makes it easier to understand as a modern audience without betraying the source material. Pregnant pauses punctuate the happenings in the journey, though some of the aimless wandering feels a bit gratuitous and unnecessary. The added ambiguity of certain moments lends itself to further consideration as well. I fear though that I am as utterly confused as I was when I first read the tale in…