Discussion in 'General Audio Discussion' started by patate91, Sep 11, 2017.
I'm sure there's people here on the forum that have a lot to say that we could present
What do you mean by this? Did you mean to say "divided"?
I guess so!! Thx
ln Europe,we are living in a museum,the old world dying and the new struggling to find a form to express the energy of so many people.
American demographics changing rapidly,having its effect on popular culture,further removing it from European historic cultural vocabularies.Then theres Tech.This debate ranges far beyond its subject.ld suggest starting with Mcluhan,then on to French structuralists and post-modernists to even begin to understand whats happening to us.
The beauty of Internet
I'll try to regroup questions and solution linked with the subject, here or in another thread if can help.
Serious paradigm shift in Europe with the influx of immigrants. The struggle there is to maintain identity? When you say "us", are you referring to Americans or Europeans? In terms of post modernism, it appears that if this forum is an example, we are a ship without an anchor lost at sea.
The only thing perpetual about culture is change, and old people hate change.
Some old people hate change. Maybe even a lot of old people hate change. But not all old people -- and for the sake of argument, I include myself here -- hate change.
At least... Not all change.
Which is understandable, to a point. Lots of things where "easier" or "simpler" back "then". You could be in a trade and actually own a home. Kids didn't have debt up their a$$ for "college".
Its why many parents don't want their kids to go their own way fully - what they "saw with their own eyes" is what makes them and their truth up and contributes to being scared of changes. A different path than the one they took can be scary.
How old are you?
If I had to guess, from your open way of thinking - <45
51, but I find I'm getting younger as I get older.
I'm not getting older, I'm just getting prettier.
This thread is a ship without a rudder..
I tend to give my fellow man a little more credit for intelligence than do you. Sure, there is a lot of ignorance in the world, but I meet hardworking, intelligent people every day. Culture, customs and mores are part of human civilization and exert at least as much influence as any corporation. Control is illusory. My point-oh-two.
No, no problem at all, unless you define your identity around reactionary thinking, neurotic preservation of frozen tradition, and some bigoted, narrow-minded, intolerant insistence on "no @£$%!! immigrants!"
And now the bigot finger comes out.
Superamp ain't no idiot. I do want to discuss, which won't be possible when the thread is locked!
Which is one great way into new territory, creative processes and ideas.
Fair enough. Your point certainly has merit.
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