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THE FUTILITY OF EXISTENCE: A Drunk Man, A Fence And A Philosophical Examination of Humankind’s Inability To Grasp The Concept of Pointlessness

Good morning class, today we will be discussing the Futility of Existence. You know, that overwhelming feeling that sometimes kicks in at three in the morning in which you reach a moment of clarity that this whole journey we call life boils down to the fact that nothing you do means anything and there’s nothing you can do about it.

I know, it’s kind of a deeply metaphysical concept that is not easily defined in a way that we can understand, but luckily we can grasp this philosophical realization of futility through a moving educational film that not only exemplifies this transmigration of belief into reality, but also promises to teach us all that perhaps we should slow down on the cosmic vodka consumption and stop climbing impenetrable fences…and I mean that both literally and figuratively.

Video after the break.

And yes, this will be on the test.


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