These are 3 excerpts from NCN programming, namely, '4.4 - Type Four Personalities in an Unhappy World' which is a collage program around the Enneagram type Four personality which has been classified alternately as 'The Idealist', 'The Artist' or 'The Idealist'.
The first part is called 'The Day My Fingers Fell Off', a morbid poem written by Phineas Narco.
The second part of this program is an examination of the 'Four' emotional makeup, motivations and pathologies.
The third part of this clip is the song 'No Excuses' by Alice in Chains, as sung by Phineas Narco of The National Cynical Network.
The visual for this clip is the 'graphic' for this program, it is a hue-shifted mirrored and vertically flipped photograph of an actual strange rock that was found on Mars. Processed in this way, it looks like an alien skull (the rock effectively being one half of the 'skull' sticking out of the sand). It represents the strange-ness of the Four's experience as compared to others, in the lower health level realms.
The Entire collage program for this episode is here: http://nationalcynical.bandcamp.com/album/44-type-four-personalities-in-an-unhappy-world
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