Being Human: Beyond Memory

Being Human: An exploration of what makes people- people.

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464 Responses to Being Human: Beyond Memory

  1. BassFace says:

    7 km to go to Victor Harbour… all together, sprint-trains are forming…

  2. Caller no. 8 says:

    Philip Glass ~ Vessels

  3. Caller no. 8 says:

    Spike Jones ~ William Tell Overture

  4. Coppernicus says:

    Is neb hiding in shame over the Bieber incident? His Belieber status must be wavering?

  5. Caller no. 8 says:

    Girl Audio ~ Doctor Who

  6. Caller no. 8 says:

    School House Rock ~ Counting by Fives

  7. Roll call!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Last person to chime in will be reincarnated as Anthony Weiner’s inflatable doll!

  8. The next person will be last.

  9. nebdem says:


  10. nebdem says:

    My thoughts and prayers go out to you Gramma.

  11. Darth Pluto says:

    I’ve noticed that no one is calling Justin Bieber a thug. Funny how that works.

    • nebdem says:

      Greetings, Pluto!

      • Darth Pluto says:

        Hey nebbers.

        • nebdem says:

          How goes your day? I read a few articles earlier about Mark Hamill saying something about a plot-twist in the upcoming Star Wars movie, he didn’t go into detail though about it. Also, I read Carrie Fisher has signed on, but that really isn’t a surprise, she made a small reference about it.

          • Darth Pluto says:

            I think any attempt to divine what Disney will do would be pure folly at this point, but I’m keeping my spear sharp.

            • nebdem says:

              True, but it would be really hard for them to mess it up any worse than the CGI fest of the prequel.

              • Darth Pluto says:

                Yeah, that’s the thing. At some point Lucas decided that he was going to make Kid’s movies. The original was certainly not, it was a space opera, complete with strangulation, torture and smoldering bodies in the desert. Usually not the typical fare one sees in a movie for children and Empire strikes back was even more dark. But eventually he decided to go with walking teddy bears and jar-jar… so there’s that. Can Disney screw things up even more? You bet they can, but Lucas has done worse. I hope anyway, we’ll just have to wait and see i9f Disney chooses to mangle the franchise even further. I’m a skeptic.

                • nebdem says:

                  I did think that the political angle in the prequels was nice, I wish he would have expanded on it more instead of going the Jar-Jar route. You make a great point about it turning into a kid’s story, the pod racer scene was a mess, the only good part during that was when the Sand People were trying to snipe the racers.

                  Disney in my opinion needs to it with their holier than thou approach. After awhile it gets really played out when they try to be to kid focused, make a real family movie that portrays a world that ins’t so spotless and squeaky clean for once.

    • Lizard King says:

      He was arrested for impersonating a musician.

    • bubbagumpy says:

      Ha! So true! It’s kinda hard to see Bieber as a tough guy while wearing ridiculous outfits and sunglasses. And who smiles like that in a mug shot, except a candy@$$?

    • Merely a small case of affluenza – nothing to see here.

      Hi, Pluto!

  12. nebdem says:

    Alright now, I know you all are getting your chits and giggles about Bieber being arrested, but drop it right NOW. Enough of it, leave it be…or else.

  13. Caller no. 8 says:

    Hi, EVERYBODY. It got busy here just when my daughter called me.

  14. I gotta keep Darths differences in mind one has a fro so it’s the cop.

  15. Caller no. 8 says:

    Feelin woozy, I haven’t slept well in two nights. Sorry I can’t stay and play.

    Caller out

    • msolomon2 says:

      the people who are for that kind of thing just don’t think it’s all about their batshit-crazy-ass “beliefs” with those people.

  16. cobaltbluedog says:

    Happy Friday!

  17. I see many a bums have not awaken!

  18. waverly says:

    One of the interesting things with Jake Barnett is that he was nurtured at a very young age to pursue the things he loved instead of being forced to assimilate to a banal cookie cutter world (of shit). How much genius has been thwarted by parents who sought to mainstream their “quirky” children ? We can only wonder.

  19. waverly says:

    Boz Scaggs – Lowdown

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  21. msolomon2 says:

    South Korea’s 5G speeds will let you download movies in one second
    Japan runs 8K video broadcast test, makes your new 4K TV obsolete
    Some amazing things going on in those -real- first-world countries!

    • bebe says:

      So true…those two countries are moving forward while we are going in the other direction.
      Last year went to Seoul the City of calm, amazing experience folks are friendly, welcoming.

      • msolomon2 says:

        Well I think it comes down to the ever-encroaching corporate-fascism we have, those countries haven’t let their corporates run things. It must be wonderful to live in such a place! I wouldn’t want to live in Japan I don’t think from what I’ve seen. I think they’ve let the companies have too much, and the culture seems very strange in so many ways. The old traditional culture seems amazing so refined, but the modern world has strangely mutated their culture into something I think in many ways has gone the wrong direction. I would luv to live in 1 of the sane European Social Democracies, no doubt! They have cheaper better higher speed internet then we have I know. And those countries all seem to be fully aware that life is about living, people, society, culture and not numbers in a corporates precious-and-holy spread-sheets.

        • bebe says:

          Not been to japan as yet had several opportunities now I regret..have several japanese friends still very much in touch with. My experience with every single one of them is great,but living there is another issue and you are right on that.

          Seoul however is very livable place…something interesting besides other things. Here in US of A , so many that I know are into Buddhism but unless the whole family involved that may not be sustained . In South Korea..older generation are mostly Buddhists. Our hotel was in Wall St ( business) region, yet ten minutes walk is one Buddhist temple, amazing…place..
          I would love to go back to the City of Calm again…

          • msolomon2 says:

            Buddhism is such an impressive “religion”(though that word in the western sense isn’t really correct as you’re not supposed to worship, or believe, but practice and find out for yourself). Such logic at the heart though I’m not at all certain about certain assumptions beyond those basics. The traditions of sanity, logic, scholarship very impressive.

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