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FunnyOrDIE: Comcast Doesn't Give A Fuck [hd 720p]

Making fun of the attitude of all "too big to fail" minded corporations, but in this instance -- Comcast.

Original on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KMcny_pixDw" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer nofollow ugc">https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KMcny_pixDw

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"In my own experiences, the gateway into the false paradigms that you're speaking of in this video, is the idea we as a society are gas lit about when it comes to the false idea that selfishness is somehow a bad thing. Well, this simply is not true. Even Jesus said, we can not help someone remove the speck from their eye, if we have a plank sticking out of our own forehead. Also adding to that, most people think that the opposite of love is hate, which is also not true. Hate is love running through distortion filters. The opposite of love, is indifference. With that said, knowingly or unknowingly, people tend to view selfishness (ie: taking care of the needs of the self first and foremost) as indifference. So we self-gas light with feelings of guilt and shame and we end up thinking that establishing and enforcing our own boundaries somehow makes us terrible people who lack compassion. This is not true. In fact ironically, it is a lack of boundaries which leads to terrible things like narcissism, apathy, indifference, etc. Because society is run by criminal sociopaths and psychopaths, we tend to be taught things in reverse and inversion. Once we are able to establish and enforce our own boundaries, then the next important thing to understand is that you can only help the willing, and only by being a living example of the change we want to create. We can not force someone to be willing, nor can we change others by convincing them by force. The false dichotomy of "we have to save everyone" otherwise "we are a terrible person" creates what some call the "cat lady syndrome". The cat lady tries to save all of the cats, but the end result is that her home is ridden with excrement and urine and becomes unhealthy and dysfunctional. So to simplify all of the above, I think I'll just break it down as: #1 - create and enforce the boundaries you need. #2 - when you're ready for the next stage, inspire others by being a living example. don't use coercion / force. #3 - accept and be at peace with the fact that the only thing in this life you will ever truly control, is yourself. Once a person has integrated this, then they can work with others more safely without being co-opted and programmed." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ouaoivd0MY
20 views · Sep 7th, 2019
All labels, legit or not, are merely buzzwords and typically used to virtue signal by all sides of any issue. Just as all groups and movements, to include but nowhere near limited to the so-called truth movement, have become circle jerk group think echochambers. No matter where you go, if you tell people you're taking your own side, thinking for yourself and refusing to label or group yourself -- they look at you as if you have devil horns and act as if you just tarred and feathered their cat, and set it on fire. Fuck humans, honestly. Except for those extreme few that still have functioning brains. https://www.bitchute.com/video/u6HOwtYY7T8/
19 views · Sep 7th, 2019

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"In my own experiences, the gateway into the false paradigms that you're speaking of in this video, is the idea we as a society are gas lit about when it comes to the false idea that selfishness is somehow a bad thing. Well, this simply is not true. Even Jesus said, we can not help someone remove the speck from their eye, if we have a plank sticking out of our own forehead. Also adding to that, most people think that the opposite of love is hate, which is also not true. Hate is love running through distortion filters. The opposite of love, is indifference. With that said, knowingly or unknowingly, people tend to view selfishness (ie: taking care of the needs of the self first and foremost) as indifference. So we self-gas light with feelings of guilt and shame and we end up thinking that establishing and enforcing our own boundaries somehow makes us terrible people who lack compassion. This is not true. In fact ironically, it is a lack of boundaries which leads to terrible things like narcissism, apathy, indifference, etc. Because society is run by criminal sociopaths and psychopaths, we tend to be taught things in reverse and inversion. Once we are able to establish and enforce our own boundaries, then the next important thing to understand is that you can only help the willing, and only by being a living example of the change we want to create. We can not force someone to be willing, nor can we change others by convincing them by force. The false dichotomy of "we have to save everyone" otherwise "we are a terrible person" creates what some call the "cat lady syndrome". The cat lady tries to save all of the cats, but the end result is that her home is ridden with excrement and urine and becomes unhealthy and dysfunctional. So to simplify all of the above, I think I'll just break it down as: #1 - create and enforce the boundaries you need. #2 - when you're ready for the next stage, inspire others by being a living example. don't use coercion / force. #3 - accept and be at peace with the fact that the only thing in this life you will ever truly control, is yourself. Once a person has integrated this, then they can work with others more safely without being co-opted and programmed." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ouaoivd0MY
20 views · Sep 7th, 2019
All labels, legit or not, are merely buzzwords and typically used to virtue signal by all sides of any issue. Just as all groups and movements, to include but nowhere near limited to the so-called truth movement, have become circle jerk group think echochambers. No matter where you go, if you tell people you're taking your own side, thinking for yourself and refusing to label or group yourself -- they look at you as if you have devil horns and act as if you just tarred and feathered their cat, and set it on fire. Fuck humans, honestly. Except for those extreme few that still have functioning brains. https://www.bitchute.com/video/u6HOwtYY7T8/
19 views · Sep 7th, 2019