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Our organism, too, is transformed and we acquire superpowers. The chemistry of love is so strong that we are capable of spending entire nights with our loved one without sleeping, and of going to work every day and fulfilling our obligations as if nothing had happened: the only thing that gives you away is the permanent smile, the dark circles under your eyes, the glowing skin, and the shiny hair.
Another night of no sleep awaits you, you feel like you can do anything: you fill yourself with cosmic energy to live the present fully. When the giddiness of love passes and we return to our real lives, we lose the power to dedicate hours to making love and the body responds badly if you keep depriving it of hours of sleep. We live in a system of production which chains us for 40 hours a week to a job which gives us a generally precarious wage many do 50 or 60 hours a week, stealing from their hours of sleep or their personal life in exchange for little or nothing.
Not only do we give corporations our time, but also our physical, mental and emotional energy.
How many of us have had to drag ourselves out of bed to go to work, feeling that we have left a bit of ourselves behind? How many people have skipped worked some time or other because they were in love? How many times have you longed to be playing between the sheets, while looking out the window and counting down the hours till you can leave work? Capitalism cages us in, even though we are not productive.
And so the exploitation of our time and energy is brutal, because it goes further than the question of productivity.
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Love is unproductive and barely profitable. On top of that, romance always ends up being crushed by the tyranny of timetables, of routine, of obligations. Many couples fall out of love because the barely spend any time together: quality time, time for eroticism and love without limits. Feminisms demand the reconciliation of work and family life: 8 hours at work every day is incompatible with looking after kids and elderly or poorly relatives.
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Some have to give up their economic autonomy and the labour market, and others take on a double work day. They have decided to implement a 6 hour workday, without a reduction in salary, which seems to have increased levels of job satisfaction: furthermore, it improves productivity, increases states savings and creates more jobs. The next day Linus shows Charlie Brown and Lucy slides of the artworks that he photographed. Charlie Brown's hopes of salvaging his grades are shattered. As he waits for his graded report, he expects the worst of it all. However, everything works out for the best, as his teacher assumes his report is a creative description of an art museum interpreted as a supermarket and she gives him the grade he needs.
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In the final scene, Peppermint Patty apologizes to Charlie Brown for saying bad things to him and says that it is not easy for a girl to talk like that to a boy. Marcie, who was watching this, reminds Peppermint Patty that she said the wrong thing again like she did in the supermarket. Peppermint Patty then asks Marcie, who has been calling her "sir" throughout the special, if she realizes how annoying it is being called 'sir' a lot when she has been asked not to be called that.
Marcie replies, "No, ma'am". Violet Gray and Frieda appear but are silent. Sign In Don't have an account?
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