Hanson continued animating through the early 2010s with Sequelitis, a series in which Hanson compares a video game and its sequel along with animations throughout the video. A fourth and final episode of the series was released in 2014. According to fellow animator and Game Grumps alumnus Ross O'Donovan, changes to YouTube made it increasingly difficult to support animation channels from the mid-2010s. Even though, Hanson has expressed that he misses animating. In 2015, Hanson expressed his condolences to RWBY creator Monty Oum after his death, considering him an influence on his animation.
So how are we to wake up from the trance and dissolve the paradox of the ego It all comes down to the fundamental anxiety of existence, our inability to embrace uncertainty and reconcile death. Watts writes:
The hallucination of separateness prevents one from seeing that to cherish the ego is to cherish misery. We do not realize that our so-called love and concern for the individual is simply the other face of our own fear of death or rejection. In his exaggerated valuation of separate identity, the personal ego is sawing off the branch on which he is sitting, and then getting more and more anxious about the coming crash!
Between the SDIs, the massive, sometimes inherently unsafe and largely opaque financial derivatives, the appointment, retention, and promotion of failed anti-regulators, and the continuing ability of elite control frauds to loot with impunity we are inviting recurrent, intensifying crises.
The goal is to go get some quick wins. You see a bag jamming 100 times a day, and everyone clears the bag jam. And they go on about their life, no one is solving the issue as to why the bag is jamming. Right So I go out, I solve that problem for the operator, that operator loves me to death now, because I made their life easy. That's credibility. 59ce067264