Fight the system. Or watch yourself, slowly become the system... OP's thoughts system change slowly
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#1 - tiggeh (04/06/2013) [-]
OP's thoughts
#6 - mmignone (04/07/2013) [-]
Awesome, if you and anyone else who thinks this way would just do us all a favor and not graduate. That'll mean less cunts in the professional world.
#10 - thelordofbutthurt (04/07/2013) [+] (1 reply)
User avatar #3 - payseht (04/07/2013) [-]
The educational system is making sure that happens way before reaching old age...
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User avatar #16 to #15 - basilbrush (04/07/2013) [-]
You want to watch a film called Into The Wild, really good film based off of a true story.
#4 - stallwallwriter (04/07/2013) [-]
Just so folks know, credit to Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal, an awesome webcomic that everyone should read.
User avatar #19 - gettinglolz (04/09/2013) [-]
I hate everything.
User avatar #14 - nicolbolas (04/07/2013) [-]
The squiggles will only flatten out again if your ideas are not challenged. If a person is in a profession where they do not expand they mind constantly they fail the realize the point of even taking secondary education. With age comes more squiggles unless you are not proactive.
User avatar #12 - winsauceiswin (04/07/2013) [-]
there's professors like that but there's also a lot who aren't, they're always my favorite.
they teach you the straight lines but encourage the wavey ones, because you need lines to to make wavey in the first place.
User avatar #9 - winstonsexton (04/07/2013) [-]
slenderman everywhere
#7 - djequalizee (04/07/2013) [-]
Pick a job you like then. I would rather work at a lower paying fun job than work at a job i don't like for more money.
#5 - cydom (04/07/2013) [-]
Fight conformity by reposting someone else's work, without in any way altering the message you seem to have swallowed as wholeheartedly as the baby in the comic. Is that necessarily a bad thing? No, you've chosen something you feel passionate about and found some way of spreading this message, despite your inability to express it in a way more engaging and poignant than the one you're displaying here, which would have been quite a feat in itself and nothing to be ashamed to admit. Admiral, if hypocritical if simply taken at face value.

The dreaded "System" is most likely just experience, as we move from knowing nothing and having to learn as children. We learn what the cat and dog say, what a farm is, what a bus is. When we get older we find ourselves able to understand more but as a result make assumptions. Rather than life being simply A-B it now becomes more complex as we continue to learn more about our world and question the straight answers we previously accepted. As we grow up as kids we learn that not everyone lives the same way we do, has the same ideas as we do and so our understanding of the world will broaden. This peaks at graduation where we have probably met a wide variety of people up to this point but have little real world experience. In this time of turmoil and change we think anything might happen, al our dreams might come true, but in reality we will simply have to learn more and accept the world works by and large without outlandish concepts we assume to be new or workable due to a lack of knowledge or prior experience.

The best thing to take from this might then be to realize we all come to a certain understanding of things and often this is a something shared by the majority. Reality does not shift at our pleasure and we have to accept what is there and how things do in fact work, but there are always variations on and so these are what we must seek out what makes us individual.

Just my response to it anyway.
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