Me, too. This painting taps into something primal that I find endlessly compelling. What is it? And whatever happened to the institutionalized version of this fascination? John Lennon did Primal Scream Therapy.
Tears for Fears created music and even got their name from it.
But Primal Therapy (the correct name apparently) has definitely dropped off the radar in recent years. Until now, that is. You don't even need to leave the comfort of your desk chair to reap its benefits. I mean, how 2006 is this?
Scream is a software application to facilitate screaming. Scream sits quietly in your computer's system tray and automatically springs into action when it detects a scream. Scream disturbs your Windows interface. But it isn't aimed just at computer frustrations. In a world where "anger" is paired with "management," Scream encourages the return to prominence of the lost art of screaming. As Howard Beale said in 1976, "I don't have to tell you things are bad.... all I know is that first you've got to get mad." But whereas Howard advised his viewers to turn their television sets off to get mad, Scream proposes that you leave your computer on.
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