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Meaning [18 Jun 2008|01:53pm]
English needs more words for love. One just doesn't describe things appropriately: what kind of love? Brotherly? Familial? Romantic? Covetous? Hot-headed teenage? The kind grandma and grandpa have for each other? Or the kind a child has for a pet or toy? One is inadequate as its implications are too broad.
Just a thought
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Senility [12 May 2008|11:14pm]
I had an old man moment today, probably from finals/leaving-school stress. I was walking around campus talking on my phone when I stumbled across a disk-golf frisbee. I saw that some guy was walking over to it and for some reason felt compelled to stop with the frisbee at my feet. I looked at the disk, I looked at the guy, I looked back at the disk and then back at the guy once more. He had, by this point, stopped his advance and was staring at me with a puzzled expression. I slowly bent down and picked up his frisbee and then looked at him for a minute. He made some kind of non-committal gesture so I threw the disk to him. Because I was holding a phone and a book it was maybe not the best throw. The disk headed towards him and then veered off to the side at a sharp angle leaving it just as far from him as it had originally been, but offset by a substantial degree. He flailed his arms in frustration; I called out "sorry" and went on my way.
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[05 May 2008|11:49pm]
There is a girl at my school who like she is about 12. If I hadn't seen her around campus so much I would think she was just some kid passing through. We she speaks it sounds as if her lungs were full of helium. If super-sopranos existed she could be one. She is always hanging out with another girl who, like her, is about 5'2". She looks like she must weigh 250 lbs and she has a large ring through the middle part of her nose, kind of like a bull might. Theres something about the pair that always makes me happy when I see them.
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me! [29 Apr 2008|03:49pm]
I realized today that I know way too many kinds of martial arts.
Shotokan Karate
Tae Kwon Do
Koryu Ninjitsu
MMA (Bas Rutten style)

I'm eternally a white belt because I don't want to pay for new belts. I mostly do it for fun and so I don't get fat; I'm still not confident I could win in any sort of real fight.
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Hands [10 Apr 2008|12:38am]
Mine are ruined. I'm plagued with aches, cramps, stabbing pains, burning sensations, chills in my finger tips, and a general numbness. I went to the doctor who quickly diagnosed the problem as "overuse" and prescribed some NSAIDs. They do essentially nothing except dull the aching which makes use my hands even more. I'm fairly confident that "overuse" is not the problem. Even so it seems that my two favorite hobbies (drawing and playing piano) are now essentially impossible except for short periods of time until the symptoms become alarmingly acute.
Theres no point to that, I just felt like complaining.
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I'm addicted to stress [31 Mar 2008|12:36pm]
I should be writing my paper which is due in about an hour but instead I'm posting about this because it is just too cool:


Take that Buurj Dubai
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Robots! [22 Mar 2008|02:23pm]
If you like, dislike, or have any interest in robots at all you should watch this:

It is amazingly cool and kinda creepy
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Bubble Bobble [01 Mar 2008|09:31pm]
At the peak of Japans investment bubble in 1989 a square block in Tokyo was valued higher than the combined value of all stocks traded on the NYSE. The land under the emperor's palace in Tokyo was worth more the entire state of California. The value of all of the land in Japan combined was said to be worth 50% more than all the rest of the land in the world combined. Oddly no one went for the trade.
I think its pretty safe to assume that if you country is worth more than the world it is probably overvalued. Over the next 10 months Japanese banks lost approximately $2 trillion (in US dollars) and the value of their stock market dropped by more than half.

There wasn't really a point to that, no moral values or life lessons. I just thought it was cool
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I got a radio show [10 Feb 2008|11:54am]
I thinks its called Klingons Crossing the Delaware and its on Wednesdays 9 to 10 pm. Its electronic music, hopefully mostly really synthed out stuff. I know were playing some really old (50 and 60s) stuff that mostly sounds like someone took a huge dump all over an audio tape, then chopped it up and taped it back together. I say "we" because I have a co-host which is a good thing because I have no idea how to run a radio show. For that reason our first show is probably going to suck because we don't have a set list and I have no idea what I'm doing.
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School [24 Jan 2008|07:14pm]
My Econ prof is basically Mr. Reed
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I'm a workaholic [22 Jan 2008|09:19am]
If its not productive I don't want to do it. I spend all of my time either working on some skill or thinking about it. Sometimes its tempting to be a total loser. Just lock myself in my room and play video games 24/7. It would actually be pretty terrible, I think I would hate my life if I did that. The point is, I need to get better at checking out and forgetting about my worries for a little while
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All Points Bulliten [23 Dec 2007|06:36pm]
Does anyone have a keyboard I can borrow over Christmas break?
I couldn't bring mine down and I might die if I'm keyboard-less
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I like to cut it close [21 Dec 2007|05:55am]
I have a research paper due at 2:00 PM today. I didn't start doing research until about noon yesterday. I spent all night reading and drinking enough caffeinated beverages to ensure that sleep is not an option. Right now the paper covers the back of a receipt. I figure 8 hours is plenty of time to write a paper. I don't even know what is going on in that class anyway so I figure a random pile of sleep deprived prose disguised as research would be as much as I could expect to produce under any circumstances.

Hooray for stress and the last project of the semester!
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So Raciast [09 Dec 2007|01:47pm]
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Synthesizsers [05 Dec 2007|09:31pm]
What is it about people with synthesizers that makes them want to ruin classic songs by playing them in crazy timbers?
I don't know but as I sit here hammering out some In the Hall of the Mountain King I just can't get enough growling bass, shrieking leads, and choral overtones.
I should really be working on my finals
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[28 Nov 2007|12:05am]
I don't know why it took me 3 years to realize this
but the 20 pounds I lost when I had pneumonia was mostly muscle
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In responce to my last post [26 Nov 2007|04:58pm]
Strip haircut places exist too
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Maybe you guys knew this but I didn't [16 Nov 2007|12:13pm]
Strip drive through latte joints exist
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stress [12 Nov 2007|01:21am]
I just (almost) got done writing an annotated bibliography for one of my final papers.
It is approaching 2,000 words and required about 4 hours of library research.
It is the most anal thing ever
It is terrible.
I also have an essay on concepts I fail to grasp due tomorrow at 5:00
and then a quiz that I didn't have time to study for.
I tried to pace myself but my parents were visiting and the library was closed early (they didn't tell anyone it would be) for parents weekend.

On the plus side I learned that student union buildings are a direct result of the American Eugenics movement:
a place where the best and brightest could meet and breed
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Best creation story I've ever heard [30 Oct 2007|11:59am]
"In and intricately bizarre tome, 'Genesis: Mother of All Sciences'
Pincas Dov claimed discovery of a "new science" through his "decoding"
of Genesis in which each Hebrew letter corrisponds to a cluster of
physical, physiological, and metaphysical concepts. Adam translates
the "hisses" and vibrations of nature into words -- the Book of
Genesis -- by "mentally fondling" them, thereby revealing, for
instance, that argon (Hebrew letter kh) is the basis of life. Life,
created hundreds of millions of years ago, developed through
"evolutional creationism" -- a kind of continuing spontaneous
generation -- not Darwinism. Animals arose from "nitrogen ooze," and
fishes turned directly into birds. Humans are not descended from lower
forms. Adam, who coalesced from biogenetic materials such as
"pre-pollens" in the atmosphere and the cosmic ingredients from
meteors and comets, hatched from an egg as a bird man with no visceral
organs. The Fall triggered an explosion which reversed Earth's
rotation, catapulting the Nephilim from the Moon to Earth where they
ate human females. Animals and humans then cross-bred. Evolutionists
are completely wrong in claiming human descent from apes, as most
animals, apes included, are adulterated human-animal hybrids"
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