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Centuries fold into themselves, and still we search for meaning on a planet full of pointless escapades, we riddle ourselves with the pop culturized stigmas that ingrain themselves upon our phyches ...
Bad moment: Serena talking about her love of Paris and saying she considers herself "culturized."
Urbanized, isolated, made ignorant, de-culturized, utterly dependent, in every way, and with no input, whatsoever, into whatever system is provided, then just what is the average American going to do about it?
In the so-called "Developed World," America included: Probably 99.9 percent of the populations of people are thoroughly urbanized, have been de-culturized, and are nothing more than an aggregation of individuals, and small groups of individuals, each with his own idiosyncratic ethical or religious system (to be generous) (regardless of which reformed religion he belongs to, or not), fractured into broad political groups, Taught and Led Astray by propagandists, each group set against one another.
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