Tag Archive for religion

Consider technology

Technological Austerity Manifesto
How to Lose Your Religion in 5 Easy Steps
Graffiti: 40 Years of Hacking New York City
When does a dream become a nightmare?
Del Rubio Triplets: Duchamp Found Pop Culture Object Theater
4’33″ App for iPhone
My Gay Banjo
Boognish Rising, a Ween documentary
Things That Are Cheaper Than WhatsApp


All I Want For Christmas Is Links

Confused Pig
The Harvest, a book concerning UFOs, Hidden Government, Illuminati, The Annunaki
Mormon-Centric Utah Epicenter For Food Storage
The Best of Code Switch in 2013
Strictly Beats – instrumental hip-hop mixtapes
Northern Soul Girl Dances to HAPPY – Pharrell vs Northern Soul
Parisian graffiti block “Graffiti Generale” preserved in digital 3d ahead of demolition


Lent – You Aren’t Doing it Right

Lent. Tell me more about how giving up choclate is like fasting for 40 days in the wilderness

So one of the downsides of Mardi Gras is that people start to discuss what they are giving up for Lent. This picture from the Willy Wonka meme I think sums it up pretty well.
Instead of focusing on 40 days which barely covers 10% of the year, one should instead look to the philosophy of Guy Kawasaki and strive to be a Mensch

  • Help people who cannot help you.
  • Help without the expectation of return.
  • Help many people.
  • Do the right thing the right way.
  • Pay back society.

When Did You Find Out?

One question often asked near the end of the of the year is “When did you discover Santa Claus wasn’t real?”

At Common Folk Collective we do things differently so in the comments let us know:

When did you discover God wasn’t real?


You Keep Using that Word. I Do Not Think It Means What You Think it Means.

Everybody’s lovable favorite town idiot was recent quoted saying “The dangers of carbon dioxide? Tell that to a plant, how dangerous carbon dioxide is.”
He also referred to global warming as a liberal myth. Poor Rick despite his Penn State education doesn’t know the difference between carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide. He also doesn’t have a solid grasp of what a myth is either. A myth isn’t supported by scientific data. On the other he has dedicated a lot of time and effort to one very popular myth, Christianity.