Village of the Damned

When I think about the current worsening state of the Internet, I would always remember this quote from this movie:

Dr. Susan Verner: What can you read that’s in my head?
Mara Chaffee: Everything that is active in your mind. However, the path that leads to the speaking process eludes us. Why do you speak some thoughts but not others?
Dr. Susan Verner: Wouldn’t it be a noisy world if we all said what we thought?


(quote credits: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0114852/quotes)


“Wouldn’t it be a noisy world if we all said what we thought?” 

Needless to say, we all soon found out that we don’t really want to know what everybody thinks or does all the frigging time. Thanks to the Internet, a. k. a. The Village of the Damned, for this precious gift meant for the stalkers (and narcissists) in all of us.

The World Wide Web has become uber noisy, cluttered, and polluted with much too much whatever nowadays. This is why I’ve been skimpy with opinions and details lately. I don’t really feel like contributing much to the mess and the noise and the chaos. I kinda miss the Internet of the 90’s, back when the Internet belonged only to the I. T. Geeks, a.k.a. the people who actually know how to use it. Sorry if that sounded snobbish or condescending, but that’s how I feel.

I do not want to contribute to the noise pollution so much. And privacy is becoming more and more of a prized artefact nowadays. And that is why, I’ve been wondering if I should still continue blogging… hmm…

To be continued…

P. S.
Some of my other lesser known favorite horror/fantasy movies from the 80’s and 90’s: Fire Starter, Poltergeist, The Princess Bride, The Neverending Story, Labyrinth, Drop Dead Fred, Beetlejuice

Thanks for dropping by and have a good Friday the 13th!

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