andrew at pachakutech.com
Wed Apr 10 23:37:13 UTC 2013
On a certain level, I think people are emotionally distraught at the loss
of any sort of real world. Now that we have in common technology a 'second
nature' that supports our former needs, what we knew as the real drops
away. Naturally, our new standard operating position may be confusing or
seen as immoral by those left in the wake. If they could only have the
soothing effect of music at the moment themselves, they would not be so
angry... if only they were commanding a mobility device, they would know
how to act...
IMO, interaction between people more-and-less divorced from primal
subsistence is best carried through plain, clear-to-understand language.
The lack of communication given what the prols are used to as a normal
socialization/"pick-up" is probably confusing and thus aggrevating.
not that that's a new idea...
On Apr 10, 2013 4:24 PM, "Snail" <snailtsunami at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Wed, Apr 10, 2013 at 3:46 PM, Andrew Byrne <andrew at pachakutech.com>wrote:
>> On Apr 2, 2013 6:17 PM, "Gopiballava Flaherty" <gopiballava at gmail.com>
>> > Also, re: headphones, a friend of mine in Pittsburgh has been having
>> people on the bus repeatedly try to converse with her while she wears very
>> large headphones. Sometimes these people get annoyed she doesn't respond...
>> Keep in mind, you are talking about Pittsburgh....
> Keep in mind, this happens on public transit everywhere I've heard of, not
> just Pittsburgh, from the interruption to the ensuing annoyance/aggression
> for not responding. :P I think location was just incidental in his
> particular story.
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