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Cultural Capitalism

Slovenian philosopher Slavoj Zizzek argues here that acts of charity within corrupted capitalist societies do nothing but perpetuate harmful economic systems. Only the allowance of unabashed cruelty can accelerate the demise of such systems.

Civilization

You blew it all up, you damned dirty buffalo!

First

As efficient and functional as one can be alone, sometimes you just need someone else’s help to break through.

Paper Cutout Ultra-Violence

Tremendous old school South Park-style samurai epic.

She Loves You, Mep, Mep, Mep (Mep Report #126)

Give a Man a Quarter and He Can Play One Game, Teach Him to Write in Basic and He Can Feed a Village (Really), They Don’t Make Video Games the Way They Used To (and Get Off My Lawn!), Russ Can’t Help Falling In Love…Again…, Is This the Text That Launched a Thousand Ships?, How Rabbits From Certain Places Can Help You Recover Your Voice, How Many Meppers Does It Take to Get One Mepper a Date, Angry Pictures are Angry, and Chemistry = Not Fat.

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Das Pop: The Game

I’m going to award an early Emu Peck of the Week to this righteous AMV that seems to draw its coloring and alienness from the 1981 classic Heavy Metal. It hits me directly in the center of my sci-fi erogenous zone.

Das Pop: The Game from Big Active on Vimeo.

Three Big Pigs

Watch closely. This is the only Mep reference you’re likely to see to the Angry Birds smartphone gaming phenomenon. It’s so artfully done, though, that I can’t deny it entry.

Role Playas

Fridays have more of a typical significance these days, in the life of this Mepper. That being the case, this animated piece screams Mep Friday, despite the fact that I uninstalled World of Warcraft last night. Oh noes, the Alliance is doomed!

It’s Called Defense

To the best NBA analyst on the planet, go the spoils of Cool & Dre.

CGI-gasm

This is one of the most beautifully crafted CGI pieces I’ve ever seen. Great theme, great storytelling, great music. Before I over-kvell, by the way, the theme of this video is dependence, and the burden that we bear in carrying it around. Which is, of course, why I live in a void-vacuum where nothing may distract me from my internet studies.

Between Two Points