"At what point does an interventionist or hacker aesthetic become a political gesture or institutional critique rather than being recuperated as trendy Formalist technique?"
--Michael Betancourt, Glitch Art in Theory and Practice
Everyone should know there were two older men at the bar last night talking to each other about how they’re not boomers and it’s so ridiculous that anyone would tell them “ok, boomer” and how that in and of itself was unoriginal because they would say “yeah, dad” when they were kids so what I’m saying is I’ve quit drinking
Midlife crisis is way easier than the quarterlife crisis because no one pays attention to older people by default (so no one judging) and you can afford your bills god the boomers that complained about this when I was growing up were such snowflakes (also they could afford both paying bills AND buying a sports car or hotels for affairs which I cannot)
now that i'm in a more senior position where i'm exposed to the many factors that can destroy a company, i'm even more sickened by managers in my past who made their employees feel as though the company and everyone's jobs were at risk if they came in 5 minutes late, weren't always smiling, or took a long lunch
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