according to wikipedia, "in the 16th and 17th centuries, there was much speculation in learned circles that lemmings were in fact spontaneously generated by conditions of the air".
"i thought maybe if you heard a familiar voice, it might help keep your mind together. but, who knows if it really got through."
alright, im insane. but im still sane enough to know it.
i smoke all of my weed out of bible pages. what? thats the best way to smoke weed! it filters out all the evil. -Sean Rouse
i want to be so rushed that the clothes dont even have time to come off.
pants party. and now i have to demean myself with ralph just to get closure with you. gladiator academy. 'born to lose' tattoo on my chest.
there is a one sided-ness in certain situations. for instance, cops have to be concerned about bystanders, as where criminals do not.
they all fell into love with criminals. some of them knew. some of them didnt. gettin made. nothings wrong, everythings right. off the radar. larger than this, there seems to be no continued structure, a phenomenon which has been referred to as the End of Greatness.
i want to switch from using the words 'okay' and 'not okay' to a much more continuous range of expressing okay-ness. great, fine, decent, magnificent, horrible, wonderful, terrible, alive, dead. happy, blessed, blest, blissful, blithe, can't complain, captivated, cheerful, chipper, chirpy, content, contented, convivial, delighted, ecstatic, elated, exultant, flying high, gay, glad, gleeful, gratified, hopped up, intoxicated, jolly, joyful, joyous, jubilant, laughing, light, lively, looking good, merry, mirthful, overjoyed, peaceful, peppy, perky, playful, pleasant, pleased, satisfied, sparkling, sunny, thrilled, tickled, tickled pink, up, upbeat, blithe, casual, cheerful, cool, devil-may-care, easy, easygoing, feckless, free-minded, heedless, improvident, insouciant, irresponsible, lackadaisical, lighthearted, nonchalant, reckless, unconcerned, untroubled, sad, bereaved, bitter, blue, cheerless, dejected, depressed, despairing, despondent, disconsolate, dismal, distressed, doleful, down, downcast, forlorn, gloomy, glum, grief-stricken, grieved, heartbroken, heartsick, heavy-hearted, hurting, in doldrums, in grief, languishing, low, low-spirited, lugubrious, melancholy, morbid, morose, mournful, pensive, pessimistic, somber, sorrowful, sorry, troubled, weeping, wistful, woebegone, bad, calamitous, dark, dejecting, deplorable, depressing, disastrous, discomposing, discouraging, disheartening, dismal, dispiriting, dreary, funereal, grave, grievous, hapless, heart-rending, joyless, lachrymose, lamentable, lugubrious, melancholic, miserable, moving, oppressive, pathetic, pitiable, pitiful, poignant, regrettable, saddening, serious, shabby, sorry, tear-jerking, tearful, tragic, unfortunate, unhappy, unsatisfactory, upsetting, wretched... and so on.
actually, i dont want my vocabulary to be that big. maybe i could learn to express myself in terms of mathematics. although itd probably defeat the whole concept of expressing oneself, since most people dont seem to know that much math.
friends! ive come to free you from your complicated lives! free you from the complicated part i mean not the not the lives part. emergency beans.
do drugs, just dont have drugs. -Doug Stanhope
zone of avoidance (wikipedia) (great attractor and great wall)
i hate how there people have a concept of right and wrong; good and bad; good and evil. i wish they would call it, preferable and not preferable. i wish people didnt think there was such a thing as normal and weird. they should think in terms of familiar and unfamiliar. i want to seek out unfamiliar. even the 'weirdest' of things is probably done by hundreds if not thousands of people, at the least, so even weird is going to be normal to a lot of people.
Bertrand Russell said something great, (a lot of great somethings really, but this in particular has been in my head lately): "So long as there is death there will be sorrow, and so long as there is sorrow it can be no part of the duty of human beings to increase its amount, in spite of the fact that a few rare spirits know how to transmute it."
game over losers. i have all the money. compare your lives to mine and then kill yourselves.
you look beautiful. incidentally my favorite artist is Piccasso. like most of lifes problems, this one can be solved by bending.
if either of my brothers get real famous, ill make myself a shirt that says "from the makers of collin/tyler"
oof... if that stuff wasnt real, how can i be sure that anything is real? is it not possible nay, probable, that my whole life is just a product of my or someone else's imagination?
-no, get out.
holy shit computer science is hitting me right now. its so incredibly profound. it is as if you took the rigid limitations that mathematics studies, and moved them one step closer to reality. but it doesnt suffer from the unavoidable uncertainty that empirical studies like physics will always contain.