Indifference is reflections of the Black Mirror

— Indifference is reflections of the Black Mirror —


black mirrorI just binge watched the Black Mirror.

Season 4 and half of 3, and was left with a weight of indifference that made me think about life, to the point of not caring.

Also there was Matt Damon look alike, named Jesse Plemons. He was in the first show that I’ve seen from the Black Mirror, and I was fooled at first.

He played something like captain Kirk from Star Trek in a virtual game. Where he would steal other peoples DNA and trap them in the virtual game as his crew…it was the first weight of indifference I was left with.

Also, I was left thinking it was Matt Damon.


There were other stories that left me feeling indifference as the result of watching the shows…they were the fruits that I picked, and most of them were juicy, and had no taste… or no known nutritional value.

Just indifference, so be warned… see if you care about anything after watching the shows.


Eating a Diet of Indifferent Fruits

I lived on a diet of indifference for a few years, as I crossed over another milestone in October, 60 in fact.

The diet is my own choice, it’s the culture.

The Hollywood culture, and the film media culture all around the world, the fruits that we eat only brings sour stomachs and the brainwashing of feelings to manipulate… too much drama is a dangerous thing.

To play on emotions is a classic sign of propaganda…and manipulations. There is some merit to playing on emotions, by telling stories and giving your imaginations control… the way Santa Claus should’ve been presented to us, rather than the way it was presented to us. The corporate spokes-model saying what do you want for Christmas…shop shop, look for gifts.

It killed the spirit of Christmas over the years, and made CEOs richer for it.

I digress to my early childhood.

That was my first indifference fruit, Santa Claus.

My parents wanted to instill in me not lying, and telling the truth, yet they lied to me.

I saw the gifts under the tree, when my parent were in the kitchen partying, and when I asked them if they saw Santa, they said he must’ve come after they went to bed, but they had to pass the Christmas tree that was filled with presents on the way to bed.

I was confused to say the least…do I tell the truth or do I lie?

So I was left with this dilemma…between the truth and the lie. The truth won out… cause I saw only the good in truth. The truth set you free, where the lie entangled you in a web of entanglements, where new lies had to be formed.


“If you tell the truth, you don’t have to remember anything.”
Mark Twain


Truth is the killer of indifferences too… maybe the Black Mirror should do an episode on that… I’d probably watch that episode.