mickeytopogigio saidDeconstructing something is the one of the first steps to making annoying memes go away.
Hurry, please, make it go away.
I'll buy when they come out with new & improved, fast-acting deconstructivism.
alexander7 said20 plus minutes of intellectual drivel ...
The deconstructivists have brought us the sublime, useful & pleasing even on practical levels.
But also the ridiculous which when combined with intellectual laziness makes for a perfectly good excuse to vomit.
Early in the days of corporate
re-engineering, the fortune five employing me put us through a year or two of deconstructive hell. Phase I included a few weeks of documenting every single thing we did during the day. How many minutes you spent on each call, what was discussed, blafuckingbla. I timed and reported how long it took me to wipe my ass.
Then came the firings. Effectively everybody. We had to reapply for our own jobs back. My geographical area lost about 80% of our staff. Imagine how fun the work loads were after that. Before cranking up our new (in name alone) positions, we were sent off to a secluded company camp for two freaking weeks of being fed back all the shit that we already knew. They had taken the info from their efficiency studies, deconstructed it, and made out as if they'd discovered something we didn't already know.
It was so fucking fake. Nobody was fooled. Everyone was pissed off. Morale dropped into the toilet. A few years later I left, On making a visit to a regional office to say hello, I'd found it had gotten even worse. So much dissatisfaction among my old colleagues. Very sad. And stupid. Because it didn't have to be like that. But they stifled creativity in their attempt to de-evolve everyone into a replaceable monkey.
Now it is in education. Anyone with half a brain who listens to that clip hears nothing but babbling bullshit. This is what passes for being intellectual today. Not coming up with your own thoughts, but desconstructing the thoughts of others. Monkey see. Monkey say.