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i know your post where you said youre feeling "more autistic" is from hours ago but i wanted to let you know(in case you didnt already know) that seeming "more autistic" can be a sign of autistic burnout!! its not really something acknowleged in professional texts but its talked/known about by teens and adults with asd. of course there are other signs for it but some of the causes can be over masking/unmasking, stress, sensory overload, or life changes. so maybe if you really are feeling "more autistic" it might be worth looking into?
ive actually never heard of this but i googled it etc. and i guess its what im going thru right now 馃槶 ... feeling absolutely stressed out by every little thing and it appears that my way of coping is being distant + coldly analysing everything which is what i meant by 'more autistic' ... will definitely make sure to rest more and stop bombarding my brain with information ... thank you for educating me <3
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COWBOY ASLEEP ON BENCH [C. 1960] Weegee
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鈥淎t the same time, I believe that the argument about boredom has to be somewhat nuanced. It is certainly true that one could feel almost nostalgic for Boredom 1.0. The dreary void of Sundays, the night hours after television stopped broadcasting, even the endless dragging minutes waiting in queues or for public transport: for anyone who has a smartphone, this empty time has now been effectively eliminated. In the intensive, 24/7 environment of capitalist cyberspace, the brain is no longer allowed any time to idle; instead, it is inundated with a seamless flow of low-level stimulus.鈥
Yet boredom was ambivalent; it wasn鈥檛 simply a negative feeling that one simply wanted rid of. For punk, the vacancy of boredom was a challenge, an injunction and an opportunity: if we are bored, then it is for us to produce something that will fill up the space. Yet, it is through this demand for participation that capitalism has neutralised boredom. Now, rather than imposing a pacifying spectacle on us, capitalist corporations go out of their way to invite us to interact, to generate our own content, to join the debate. There is now neither an excuse nor an opportunity to be bored.
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Perhaps the feeling most characteristic of our current moment is a mixture of boredom and compulsion. Even though we recognise that they are boring, we nevertheless feel compelled to do yet another Facebook quiz, to read yet another Buzzfeed list, to click on some celebrity gossip about someone we don鈥檛 even remotely care about. We endlessly move among the boring, but our nervous systems are so overstimulated that we never have the luxury of feeling bored. No one is bored, everything is boring.鈥
Mark Fisher, No One Is Bored, Everything Is Boring
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If the concept of ideology is the classic one in which the illusion is located in knowledge,聽then today鈥檚 society must appear post-ideological: the prevailing ideology is that of cynicism; people no longer believe in ideological truth; they do not take ideological propositions seriously. The fundamental level of ideology, however, is not of an illusion masking the real state of things but that of an (unconscious) fantasy structuring our social reality itself. And at this level, we are of course far from being a post-ideological society. Cynical distance is just one way 鈥 to blind ourselves to the structural power of ideological fantasy: even if we do not take things seriously, even if we keep an ironical distance, we are still doing them.
鈥擲lavoj聽沤i啪ek as cited in Mark Fisher,聽Capitalist Realism
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from Marie Howe's interview with Krista Tippett, On Being
[Text ID: Ms. Tippett: So in your childhood 鈥 and I鈥檝e read a lot of other interviews you鈥檝e given and some of your writings, and I don鈥檛 see you talking about the roots of poetry there, or of you being a poet. Is there any way you trace that? Ms. Howe: I didn鈥檛 know one could be a poet and live. I read poetry, and I would read the old Harvard Classics we had in our living room. I would pour through these dusty books and try to find language that was adequate to experience, or try to find language that could somehow hold the unsayable. And some of the Mass did that. Some of the the parables do that. I love the parables and the stores of Noah, and Abraham, and Isaac, and all those great old stories. They鈥檝e struck me as poems. They hold so much mystery and complexity. A story is all there, but we know that the story, the real story is inarticulate. And I loved that. I love the spaces in between what happens. But I didn鈥檛 understand you could be a poet until I was about 30.]
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A LEAGUE OF THEIR OWN 1.06 | Stealing Home
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鈥淚t is worth stressing that none of the students I taught had any legal obligation to be at college. They could leave if they wanted to. But the lack of any meaningful employment opportunities, together with cynical encouragement from government means that college seems to be the easier, safer option. Deleuze says that Control societies are based on debt rather than enclosure; but there is a way in which the current education system both indebts and encloses students. Pay for your own exploitation, the logic insists 鈥 get into debt so you can get the same McJob you could have walked into if you鈥檇 left school at sixteen鈥︹
Mark Fisher,聽 Capitalist Realism: Is There No Alternative?
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# me having to remind myself straight people exist
WHAT WE DO IN THE SHADOWS | Pine Barrens (4.07)
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Writers don't care about internet girlies half as much as internet girlies think they do
then why does the concept of nadja loving mamma mia feel like something a chronically online twitter girlie would come up with
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society if 啪i啪ek actually made sense and could explain his philosophy coherently
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Poster produced by the Wellington Lesbian Centre. They were refused permission to put this poster on the Wellington buses. 1984.
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