It's true, I guess in some ways it does totally make a slacker dirt bag degenerative d-bag or something. It's like if something is too repetitive and too menial then I almost get slightly depressed? I just feel so bored that I sort to feel this intense sense of inertia and it is hard to will myself into really caring. I don't know what jobs are out there I can handle : (
I try to and can work really hard at first, but after a while I just get so bored and lose all interest together
HOnestly though, I think I would be better off in a more free society wherein instead of simply there being a one size fits all standard imposed on everyone, people would be allowed to contribute how much they want (and be rewarded accordingly as well) and people would be allowed to set their own hours and work a series of different jobs all together if need be; because for someone like me, I really need variety and change like that. And I really need spontaneity and variety or I just feel really bogged down *sigh*
and I also need to some degree have my own personal touch on things as well, or to feel like there's more meaning behind meeting a corporate quotient or deadline by the end of the month.
I'm like this big lazy dirtbag, who would rather live in seemingly near self imposed poverty and read books/work on theories and make art all day then work a menial job all day.
I want to say (because it seems like everyone expects) THANK GOD I LIVE IN CANADA! it's not at all like the States in that way! but no, it's just like it. I think that, generally people see me as a menace to society and I feel as though much of my life revolves around being chased after and away like everyone like I am so common pest and nuisance. "AAhhh, it's that guy, that damn slacker!"
I think Canada is really old fashioned all around. I have heard from people in the States and Australia that generally slackers are left alone, but most of my experience here is just that everyone has no tolerance for me. It's weird. Like seriously, everyone tries to put all these labels on places "liberal, conservative, social democrat" but I think it's just old fashioned. You have to be the same as everyone else, you have to be this sports, outdoor loving nature macho man, who worships the state and old fashioned values or something. Blah.