May 13, 2012
propagandaduende:

the positing of the ideal over the material as a communist thing in this image is baffling 
(but then the second line reverses it?)
whatever give me the cars and the bling

i too am confused by this
1. what sort of justice are we talking about here? justice for whom, and whose conception of justice exactly? do we simply mean a world devoid of injustice? where actors in bad faith are delivered their comeuppance in a timely and proportional fashion, without fail? this i could get behind, i suppose. short of that, do i get to pick the lexus? because the first-gen LS 400 has aged improbably well to my eye, looking far better now than the contemporary S-class it was criticized at the time for shamelessly imitating. could also go for an SC 300 with the sweet twin-cam six and a five-speed.
2. some substance?
3. tough one. again troubled by the many possible readings of “freedom” (of what? from what? to do what?), not much of a necklace guy, and not really a bike guy either, tbh, if by “beamer” you’re talking bikes, which you technically are, right? (thanks davey.) if you actually mean bimmer well then i could easily be contented with a clean 2002, would be ecstatic just to take a turn behind the wheel of an M1, and regard the E24 as one of the prettiest cars ever manufactured—can i get one in M6 configuration? in black? if so i’ll take that thx.
[raises fist]

propagandaduende:

the positing of the ideal over the material as a communist thing in this image is baffling 

(but then the second line reverses it?)

whatever give me the cars and the bling

i too am confused by this

1. what sort of justice are we talking about here? justice for whom, and whose conception of justice exactly? do we simply mean a world devoid of injustice? where actors in bad faith are delivered their comeuppance in a timely and proportional fashion, without fail? this i could get behind, i suppose. short of that, do i get to pick the lexus? because the first-gen LS 400 has aged improbably well to my eye, looking far better now than the contemporary S-class it was criticized at the time for shamelessly imitating. could also go for an SC 300 with the sweet twin-cam six and a five-speed.

2. some substance?

3. tough one. again troubled by the many possible readings of “freedom” (of what? from what? to do what?), not much of a necklace guy, and not really a bike guy either, tbh, if by “beamer” you’re talking bikes, which you technically are, right? (thanks davey.) if you actually mean bimmer well then i could easily be contented with a clean 2002, would be ecstatic just to take a turn behind the wheel of an M1, and regard the E24 as one of the prettiest cars ever manufactured—can i get one in M6 configuration? in black? if so i’ll take that thx.

[raises fist]

(Source: politics-war, via piusxijinping-deactivated201408)