This children’s book on anarchism is so fucking cute.
parenting. you’re doing it right.
There’s no escape, though, if you look at this all with your +1 glasses of sarcasm on. Isn’t “A rule is to break” a kind of a rule? Shouldn’t you ask “Why?” when someone tells you “Think for yourself”, “Build it, don’t buy it”, or “When someone says ‘Work!’, you say ‘WHY’”?The author of this book is also setting out rules that don’t always make sense in such a super-generalized context, I think. Build it, don’t buy it? I bet this book was printed by machines that weren’t built by the author, on paper produced by an industry, and the book is advertised and sold by another industry. (How many of us reposting this worked on the source code of Tumblr? On the monitors you’re watching this on, on the operating systems our computers are running, etc, etc, etc.)
I know, I know, I’m nitpicking and stuff. Yet I think some kind guidance towards using some kind of a common sense would be more useful… slightly.
Well, whatever, let’s just pat our shoulders, say “Now we’ve shown them!”, and scroll on to the next post in our endless feed. >:]
(Source: colerenoire, via kavics)