Has Society Gone Crazy? – Anthony Gucciardi

So I’m actually not surprised how the
world’s kind of gone mad now, and people are losing their minds kind of at a more
rapid rate than usual, and it’s because we kind of forgot how human beings work,
right? I don’t know how we forgot this, but we did. We forgot the fundamentals of
how the human brain works and how other people are. What I mean by that is in this
new society, we push people into kind of, like, a singular thing, right? So let’s
say, “You are this.” And a perfect example, I have a friend who’s a musician.
Everybody always walks up to him and asks him like, “Oh, you’re such and such. Play
this song. Like, sing this song.” Like, in public. You’re at Golden Gate Park in San
Fransisco like, “Play me the song now.” Like, well what’s he going to do? Like,
get a guitar out and sing you a song? Like, we’re walking around talking about
business stuff. And, of course, though, you know, people don’t want to talk about
anything else. And you want to be like, “Oh, well, actually, you know, I was doing
this…” “I don’t care. Sing me a song.” People want you to do the version of sing
them a song. They want you to be one thing. You are, like, maybe, like, a
mother or whatever. It’s like, “Oh, you are. You’re a mother. You must just be
that.” You’re a lawyer? “Tell me legal stuff. You’re a lawyer. You must be
so official.” It’s all a bunch of crap. School teacher, right? Like, “You’re a
school teacher. You must be a school teacher,” or “You’re the funny one. You’re
the strong one. You’re supposed to fix everything. Aren’t you supposed to be the
funny one?” See, human beings don’t work like that. We’re many things. We’re
multiple things. We have many sides. Another one that’s a rough one that I
don’t like is when someone is mean to someone one time, right? They say, “He’s a
mean, terrible person, and I hate him.” Right? Or, you know, “She said this thing
to me, and I’m never talking to her again. I hate her.” It’s like, hey, people have
different sides. Maybe they were having a bad day, right? I mean, I’ve had people
come up to me and say things, and I’d say, “Oh, thanks so much, man.” You know?
“Cool.” You know, at Whole Foods or or something, and then they’d write a
comment. “He was rude, and he didn’t take, like, an hour to talk with me. He
only talked to me for three minutes.” Like, sorry, I was shopping. Right? We all
have different sides of ourselves, and the longer we fail to see that and kind of,
like, as a society, right, push that away and say, “No. I’m this one thing. I’m
virtuous. I’m righteous. I’m funny. I’m strong. I’m a comedian, so I must be
funny. Everything I say is funny,” we’re going to lose our minds. We all have
different types and states, and we’re human beings, and that’s
just how we work. ♪ [music] ♪


  1. DizzyDish said:

    The quick answer (YES). There is another long drawn out answer that I do not feel like
    getting into right now. It is way to early in the morning for me to do that. ๐Ÿ™‚

    May 11, 2018
  2. Ana Liza Gonzales said:

    Cool! I can't help to smile while watching you seeing different characters of a person doing this video ๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ˜€, but relate much on this. Something to reflect and think about. I miss walking to the park like this. ๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ˜€

    May 11, 2018
  3. Mardasee said:

    Human sin had reached a critical point that it is now spiraling out of control? The wicked are now becoming more wickeder. Our only hope is Apocalypse.

    May 11, 2018
  4. Sunglass Shinpan said:

    Smart phones and social media ruined it!

    June 26, 2018
  5. greg garD said:

    Come on Anthony, this video was stupid

    September 10, 2018
  6. Es said:

    Itโ€™s over… I have to revert to classic movies to feel connection again ๐Ÿ˜”

    April 29, 2019

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