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Fun? FUN! by rko619 on November 4th, 2009, 3:28 pm
Why do people have this uncontrollable urge to put themselves in absolute Chaos and come away saying it was fun?

I just got back from our town's little firework display, you know there's fast food stalls (seriously doubt that any of them have good food safety records) a small fare and an AMAZING (yes it really was A~M~A~Z~I~N~G lol), and i think i can sum it up in two words:


There was no order at all! For money making reasons they cram all the big attractions into the entrance, which, is about 7 metres wide, I was seriously beginning to think I was going to be crushed!
Then came the flashing lights, I am glad that I don't have epilepsy, why do they need to be so bright, then, came the possible heart failure, as i walked as a ride (or was thrown past the ride by the stampede of drugged up chav's and street dwellers) it shouted at me, at such a volume that I couldn't hear the fireworks!

This together with heavy rain, resulted in me staying for ten minutes.

I just...

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Shameless Free Promo by safeleo on April 12th, 2014, 6:54 am
Alright, I totally don't know this guy and I'm not getting paid or anything to promote his music (even though that would be cool), but I want to share with you this guy. I also hate the previous sentence, but I can't figure out how to make it flow better at the moment. Anyway, this guy John D. Boswell has this youtube channel melodysheep. He takes quotes from science documentaries and remixes them into songs, which is basically the coolest thing ever! <-- This is his bandcamp right here, the science stuff is under the album titled "Symphony of Science", though he also remixes some movies and famous people. I'm going to insert a youtube video of one of my favorite songs, because yeah this is my blog and I can do what I want. Maybe I'll add another song because yeah whatever.

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can i interest you in a change of plans with your coffee? by Char0n on May 18th, 2014, 8:19 am
Have you ever heard of those cats that eat off of their owners corpse…. Fingertips and or toes to keep from starving… eyes out of spite… for being locked up in some apartment with the person wasn’t enough they had to go and die in such a way that no one discovers the body until it stinks so bad they have to wear hazmat to go in…
Reminds me of those sushi girls… lay naked in front of Saki crazed upper middle class business men and mobsters… or some other strange stratification of people that fit with ‘prefer their sushi served on a naked woman’… not at all like the kind of people who fit the category of ‘buy their sushi at a gas station’… and lets not forget the proportional relation to other sushi lovers…
Chocolate covered grasshoppers… maybe some other processed insect… in hot oil or over fire… just don’t flop some raw octopus or fish guts on my plate and call it prepared… cause the special ingredient in all soul food is the care… something about the reiki influence… expend energy prep...

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Who are you? by Mossling on September 14th, 2009, 11:59 am
Feel, for a moment, what state of mind is making you up right now - what state is your mind in? - Is it tired? Is it bored? Is it very busy?

Now; ask yourself this: Who was it who was observing that mind that was supposedly 'you' just then? Was it who you really are? There must have ben a separate observer; right? Who or what is that observer?

Always a good thought process to go through, it seems.
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Fear of success... by Mossling on July 5th, 2009, 8:21 am
A cumbersome leaf-munching caterpillar could fear becoming a butterfly because a butterfly, although it flies, is more visible to predators. A caterpillar has no conception of what it is like to fly freely through the air and taste the sweet nectar of flowers, and so he is only restricted to what he can see - butterflies flapping around drawing attention to themselves.

If the caterpillar embraces what is natural for it to become, then it will get the chance to move faster and be rewarded with sweet nectar. If it doesn't embrace what is natural for it to become, it will die prematurely without never having developed according to it's true nature.

I have been growing tiresome of avoiding being successful in a number of areas in my life. Fear of success seems to be a big driving force behind most people's self-imposed prisons and depressions - success often means change, and puts one in a more noticeable and envied position. The masses often seem to like nothing more than a bit of schadenfreude...

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