There are two kinds of people in this world, and primo examples of each were just posts removed from one another on my Facebook feed this morning.
Above, we see People Who Tear S*** Up. People Who Tear S*** Up are pretty much good for just that and nothing else -- they don't know nothin' 'bout makin' nothin' decent.
They tear up property. They tear up people. They tear up institutions, and they tear up societies.
They even tear up perfectly good record albums and phonographs.
SOMETIMES, People Who Tear S*** Up try to convince you they're actually "reforming" something. This is bunk -- don't listen to what they say, watch what they do. Which usually involves s*** that used to work, but now is torn up.
THEN THERE is the other kind of people, People Who Make S*** Work.
The folks behind The Fun Theory are examples of this second, more useful, brand of human being. Basically, People Who Make S*** Work see something that ought to be -- something whose implementation would benefit humanity -- and they find innovative ways to make it so.
For example, there's the case of the Stockholm engineers who set out to convince folk to take the cardio-friendly stairs instead of the sedentary escalator. And look how they pulled that one off.
After all, any moron can set an LP on fire. It takes a genius, though, to make us gleefully take the stairs in the subway station.