Every Christmas, I always wish that I would step my feet to somewhere new, see different landscapes, grasp different patterns, breathe different air. But in fact, I’ve already spent 10 Christmases here and in just a few days I will be spending another Christmas at the same place.
Every Christmas there is always a little hope deep in my heart that one day I would be able to make it, I would be living my dreams, instead of surviving. But it’s been years and I still got stuck here and try to find solace.
Is it my ignorance and stupidity that made me fall into this status-quo? Is it my own fault to be this stupid and getting left behind?
I am just so sick of myself. I am just so sick to be a stupid person. I am just so sick to realize that I have dreams. I wish I was just a plain stupid who couldn’t dream big.. because these dreams are killing me.
It’s like when someone says, ‘How are you?’ Do you say, ‘Well, my head hurts and I’m lonely and depressed and I’m worried about everything and the world is collapsing and full of evil’? Or do you say, ‘I’m fine’?
The Yes Men Fix The World (2009), a very inspiring comedy-satire-documentary, a must watch for everyone.
Gotta love the sarcasm brought by Jacques Servin (aka Andy Bichlbaum) and Igor Vamos (aka Mike Bonanno) to ridicule these capitalists, corporate tools and minions. You’re gonna laugh hard and fall in love with what they did to make the climate-threatening corporations (i.e. Halliburton) look stupid with their Survivaballs. And the last scene.. the thing they did with The New York Times.. it left me in awe and tears, and will remind us all that there is still hope for world peace.
No matter what, intelligence always wins over money. These guys really got the balls. I salute you!
Thank you Amanda for recommending me to watch this!—