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Wednesday, August 25th, 2004
8:12 pm

listen to the silence. The sweet silence.


can you hear that noise? So ever clean and innocent....


give me a minute.... i must cherish the moment before i speak


the moment i do, that time has gone... as well to the innocence
to which it was born.

But then again isn't that why i'm here.

Thursday, August 9th, 2001
12:16 pm

We all want to live longer, and
they work hard developing new
drugs and treatments to extend our

Yet on the other end of the spectrum,
they work hard developing new drugs
and pollution that shorten our lives.

So really are we living longer, or
does the two neutralize itself and we live
our normal life span.

I'm curious, how long would mankind live
with out the restrictions mankind creates.

What I really want to know is who are the scientists
that test weather wine is good for the health, or bad for the health.....
and why do they keep changing their minds?

IS it good or bad, and why are we thrown to believe them.

just another thought of many that bug me.
Tuesday, March 27th, 2001
12:07 am
This is a test
[ morbidus ]
Friday, March 16th, 2001
12:22 am
I'm Alive.
Once again in another circle of Bloodlegacy.
My condolences to Yahoo, it be greatly missed.

As we are reborn to a new world of communication, I soon realize that another useless fact haunts me. There are more chickens that populate the earth than humans.

To think out numbered by our feathered friends, KFC will never die. One thing will remain folks, my twisted mine and my senseless chatter will still confuse.

Saine? Tell it to the chickens.
Sunday, March 11th, 2001
10:36 pm
Yesterday we were, today we are, tommorow will never be.
Thursday, March 8th, 2001
12:33 pm
Lost in a Digital World
As we grow further into the future; our humanity, our freedom, our minds start to conform into a digital manner. In the current age where information reigns, its a glory to have access to the unlimited resources that our technology brings us. Is George Orwells 1984 a real prediction, we are heading into a conformed society. Are our minds drivin into the continual success of technology that everyday life can't thrive without it. I dare you to go to the grocery store and not use any form of digital technology, that includes the barcode the register scans, the little chip in your vehicle, the small plastic cards in your wallet, the street lights and of course, those automated door ways. I'm not ignorant, technology will bring us closer, and expand our minds to new horizons, but will our lives truely benefit for today, or for the people of tomorrow when we become useless because our knowledge is expired.


Current Mood: apathetic
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