So, who’s seen the music video “Stress”?
It’s a pretty interesting interpretation of the music. Clockwork orange meets GTA4. Definitely a lot better than I would have come up with. The first time I heard the song all I could picture were killer bees. Lots of killer bees. (Then as I learned to appreciate it over time, the song came to mean something more personal: now it reminds me of that terrifying and urgent tingling in the pit of your stomach you feel the night before a really really hard test that you haven’t studied for. Mhmm. Whatta great song.)
It’s even more entertaining if you watch it on YouTube because you face great moral dilemmas such as:
What is scarier?
That people like those in the video might actually exist,
or that people like those who comment on the video do exist…
Speaking of sTrEsS, what’s the deal with CNN? I haven’t seen a shiny happy picture in days. All these people moping around about the DOW closing below 10,000 or the global shockwave the whole ordeal has caused or banks buying banks buying banks buying banks. Come on guys, cheer up a little, it’s almost my birthday!
Though on a serious note, I do feel really detached from the crisis. My daily life hasn’t changed in the slightest (other than FINALLY having something to talk about with my exec business school frendz besides cheese). Part of me feels like the media is hyping this WAYY up just because they can, but the another part of me realizes that 700fuckingbilliondollars isn’t being thrown around just for a politico-media frenzy (…I hope.)
I guess what I’m trying to say is that just like the millions of other political issues being torn to shreds at the moment, I try to care, I know I should, but at the same time I find things that are more pressing in my life to pull my hair out about. Like how I have a test tomorrow that I haven’t studied for. *cue justeece*
Besides, I bank with Chase, bitches, I’m going to be QUEEN OF THE WORLD!!