you have traveled to places I can’t even pronounce and you have slept next to beautiful naked women that probably still think about you. so why do you lay next to me on nights you are back and pull me closer when I laugh about your stories about vera, asha and maiya. you stroke my hair till I fall asleep and you make my heart shine. you have always made me better. we have been in love for all these years and I guess that this is finally our time now. you are telling me to come with you on this adventure of life and there is something about the way you say my name, as if there is love and promise each time. you argue that home is in our hearts and as long as we are together we will never lose it, we will never lose ourselves. the stories, the lovers, the three year gap…none of it matters anymore. now it seems like wherever I will go you will go with me. I am afraid that you have been my home for so long and after all these years I am finally having my homecoming.
I just realized something last night, that Jim/Lee just had a huge parallel with Oswald/Ed. Jim confessed to late, causing Lee to get angry at him and lead to him killing her husband. Oswald confessed to late, causing Ed to realize that he did kill his girlfriend and made him get angry at him. Both Lee and Edward do love them and care about them, but right now they are just very angry. Remember what Lee said, that a part of her will always love him. I can see that going for Ed as well, we can compare that to the ‘Remember that’ scene.
I think this goes along with my theory that Edward is in love with Oswald, always has been. He just thinks he is being friend zoned, so he gave up. So now that he finds out Oswald has the same feelings, after all this stuff happened, he had a reaction like Lee.
Why doesn’t capitalist domination create a society only made up of bourgeois and proletarians? Why doesn’t it eliminate every non-merchant tie and ideal? Not because that system has not (yet) conquered the whole planet. Exact opposite. It’s for two reasons that result from a conquest which started in the 16th century and was completed in the 20th. First, capital never arrives on
tatabula rasa. It does not produce itself: it uses human resources laden with history. Even in North America where it made a clean sweep through genocide, it imported complex and strife-ridden European realities.
Secondly, even the country that goes the furthest in turning everything into commodity and wage labour, in reducing family, school, feeling, sex, ideas, art and politics to money relations, and which likes to think of itself as liberated from archaic constraints and tensions, periodically goes back to supposedly outmoded practices: it restricts free competition, infringes on parliamentary and civil rights, puts a clampdown on strikes and collective bargaining, and reinvents protectionism. These backlashes are a modern effect of the reality that’s come to be central to our societies: the labour-capital connection, and the necessity for capital to master labour, in forms that are never definitive.
Alec: Hey Max, there’s someone I want you to meet. This is Magnus, my boyfriend!
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