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Damn

Congratulate me, for I am one year closer to death this day.   i.e. It's my birthday.

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Query

To shave or not to shave? Tis better to be bearded, or not to be bearded at all?

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Don't Mind Moi

Hey. I'll be creeping around the forums now and again. Probably best just to ignore me. Life sure is crazy huh? How bout dem Dodgers?

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Happy Days!

-.- I Wrote Haikus About Cannibalism In Your Yearbook discography LP just arrived in the mail! I think maybe 1 person on this forum will appreciate this, the rest of you can remain stoic in your ignorant apathy (which I wholly endorse). I can now spend my days wallowing in posi-gloom.

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Apathy Is The New Revolution

Through apathy we can create a better world. No cares, no problems. I will soon be writing my manifesto for the Apathetic Fascist Party. You can join up if you like, but that would be so lame.

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New Years Mayhem

Someone got stabbed, guns were fired, fists were thrown, punks hit the ground. Cops came, we ran away. Go to a new party. Since when did Portland become so grimey and seedy? I remember my fair city being fairly peaceful and friendly, not no more. Regardless, it was another New Years that meant absolutely nothing. It felt like just another average evening.

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What To Do?

I'm done with school. Classes are over and I'm not going back. I leave for France late February, so I literally have no life for 2 months. So, do I stay in the house with my roomies and just become a college creeper? Or do I go back home and risk the wrath of family? If I stay in Olympia I'll just zone out and get wasted and grimey. If I go to Portland I get to see all of my old chums, but I have no headquarters, since I will be living with Father. However that will keep me pretty straight, and

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Time For Things

This weekend is going to be the greatest weekend of all time. Puny puerile words cannot express the magnitude of joy and anticipation I am feeling. I will be a changed person after this weekend, and probably not for the better. The sweetest treats are the ones that tickle our taste buds, and yet give us the cavities we come to regret. Time to rage. Grime time prime time. Oh yeah.

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I Don't Get It

Forum/internet humour. I have never really found it to be funny. I am no longer a child nor a hormone enraged teenager, as such, I feel completely outside the loop when it comes to certain jokes. I doubt I will ever understand it. I accept it, tacitly, but no more than that. Half of the comments seem to be spoken in a crude jargon that falls completely outside the horizon of my perspective. A continual deconstruction and destrukion pervades this entire outlook, which makes it impenetrable to th

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A Demon Awoken From Slumber.

An ancient demon is awake, as of this moment he causes mayhem and destruction throughout our peaceful community. His terrible power is not in might, brawn, or even skill, it is through ignorance alone that he causes us pain. His words pierce through us like daggers of the mind, against this terrible onslaught, there is no defense. Only remorse and pain await us in the dark times to come.

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Talking With Lucy.

I love talking to Lucy, easily the most entertaining person I have ever met in my life. Every conversation insightful, fun, and stress free. We all had a wonderful time with her this Saturday, walking through the pouring rain and loving every minute of it. Cigarettes and coffee at 1:00 AM, watching Pee-Wee the stage performance. But it's when you wake up the next afternoon, and she's gone, that we all feel a little awkward. As if something inside of us has been snuffed out, and all those wonder

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Television

I seem to enjoy television far more since I no longer have direct access to one. I have to make a 15 minute drive to a colleagues house every Wednesday, just to watch South Park. Watching T.V., has for me, become a far more active process than it once was. Instead of idly sitting on the couch, flipping through channels for momentary satisfaction, each week has become an adventure of patience and pleasure. And I like it this way. Even commercials have become more enjoyable. They are my last lif

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Trying To Stay Posi.

I try and keep a posi attitude when I come to the forums, but I just keep running into negi vibes. Drama here, drama there, drama everywhere. Accusations and counterpoints. So ridiculous. Has it always been like this? Am I just now becoming aware of this phenomenon? Or is it something new entirely?   Stay posi.

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I've Seen Things You Wouldn't Believe

Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of orion. Ok no. But I did see Luigi punch a Dog-man in the face. I saw a girl made of Franzia box Wine, complete with space bag, a costume both fashionable and yet functional. I saw Joseph Mengele kiss a Budweiser girl. And Kurt Cobain rose from the dead, even though I confused him for Garth. All in all a successful evening I think.   P.S. I always find it amazing that the smartest and brightest youth of America have the nastiest drug habits.

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Recent South Park

Some have said that South Park has gone downhill, well this most recent episode I just saw proves them all wrong. Where do I begin? The source material was topical. The satire was heavy, and yet with so much flavor that it covered the steak flawlessy. From showing the wrestlers in a Greek odeon, to the rednecks drinking wine and discussing the show in detail. To Ed McMahon seated perfectly in the VIP box with his opera glasses. It was the perfect episode, a combination of raw raunchy humour, wit

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Recovery

Well I think the worst is over. My stomach is calm, the fever and shakes are gone, addiction abating. Now comes the 7th inning stretch, the long haul, the war of attrition and the war of maneuver. But I can beat it. The painful week long detox I suffered is ample incentive to never again indulge in such things as I once did. I tip my hat to my roommates. Even though they are naive simple peace loving folk of the valley, they tended my wounds and cooked me many a meal. Perhaps there is something

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Sickly Addictions

Addiction sure has a high price, and I'm paying for it right now. I'm bedridden, delirious and deathly ill. Subsisting on a diet of toast, applesauce and water. I have been attempting to defeat my illness without the aid of pharmaceuticals for 4 days now, all to no avail. I'm so close to giving in, and starting the cycle anew. I think my roommates are frightened of me, I've been shouting in my sleep for several days. But I hold all the power, they can do nothing without my consent, I rule this h

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A Good City

You know you're from a good city if there are two bands that you love, playing on the same night. I'm driving down to Portland to see some amazing shows tonight. The Sound Judgment Festival (with so many good bands it's not even worth the time to list them) and The Kidcrash, both playing tonight at opposite ends of the city. I feel pampered in a way, to be from a city with so much good music. The only problem though, is that while I'm at the Kidcrash show, I'm going to be missing out on some ki

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Misrepresentation Of Emo And Nietzsche.

I get really mad when something is misrepresented. Whether it be music, ideology, religion, etc. It grinds my gears to no end. The one I deal with the most is Nietzsche. "Nietzsche was a Nazi, blah, blah, blah". How can people be so blatantly wrong on such a simple subject? - Nietzsche.Case closed? I think so.   Emo. Oh my lordy lord. Emo is not a fashion, it's not sweeping bangs, and wrist cutting. It's an underground musical movement with as much merit and diversity as Punk ever had. And j

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Punk

Went down to Portland this weekend, to see Cower. Veterans of the Portland music scene. Dank wet basement, decrepit moldy walls, 30 or so sweaty people thrashing to Cower. Bliss. I honestly would not be where I am today if R had never had me listen to The Misfits in Mr. Babcock's 6th Grade science class. If it had not been for that one moment, my life would be totally different. Being a part of the Punk scene in Portland shaped and molded me to who I am now. I toured the west coast in a crappy

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A Man You Should Know.

Jerry Pournelle. A man whom probably none of you know about, but you all should. If more people decided to read his works, we could have this planet whipped into shape within a few generations. His pragmatic take on politics and science is enlightening to say the least. I keep drawing blanks in how to describe his incredible mode of thought. Hardball politics, and hardball science. That ought to do it.   Just read The Mote In God's Eye. Read it now, thank me later.   P.S. I hate Americans, I

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