On the walking…
B : If the world that we are forced to accept is false and nothing is true, then everything is possible.
EG : On the way to discovering what we love,we will find everything we hate, everything that blocks our path to what we desire.
S : The comfort will never be comfortable for those who seek what is not on the market.
T : A systematic questioning of the idea of happiness. We’ll cut the vocal chords of every empowered speaker. We’ll yank the social symbols through the looking glass. We’ll devalue society’s currency.
S : To confront the familiar. Society is a fraud so complete and venal that it demands to be destroyed beyond the power of memory to recall its existence.
B : Where there’s fire, we will carry gasoline.
EG : Interrupt the continuum of everyday experience and all the normal expectations that go with it.
T : To live as if something actually depended on one’s actions.
S : To rupture the spell of the ideology of the commodified consumer society so that our oppressed desires of a more authentic nature can come forward.
EG : To demonstrate the contrast between what life presently is and what it could be.
S : To immerse ourselves in the oblivion of actions and know we’re making it happen.
T : There will be an intensity never before known in everyday life to exchange love and hate, life and death, terror and redemption, repulsions and attractions.
EG : An affirmation of freedom so reckless and unqualified, that it amounts to a total denial of every kind of restraint and limitation.
Then they see an old man hanging up on an utility pole.
B : Hey, old man, what you doing up there?
OM : I’m not sure.
S : You need any help getting down, sir?
OM : No, I don’t think so.
T : Stupid bastard. No worse than us. He’s all action and no theory.
S : We’re all theory and no actions.
Dari film Waking Life (2001).