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22 July 2012 @ 04:16 pm
Slowly wasting away in the daily grind. The millstone rolls over and over. Fortunately a few days of repreive are on the agenda starting tonight.

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18 July 2012 @ 11:25 pm
If anyone out there is still listening with open ears and a curious mind, my thoughts are once again streaming through the verse. 

A lot has happened in the past 5 years, too much to discuss in one post. Just know the world has evolved, people amble on, and the times they are a changin'.
02 July 2009 @ 04:41 pm
I sat on the edge of the ocean staring out into the blue beyond. Forever I have wanted nothing more than to make the world into what I want it to be. I crave an understanding that I fear will never fully materialize. To much effort forward into rationalizing my actions left me needing answers that I can not expect to find. To often we seek truth that is not for us to own. Forgive and enjoy the world for all its mystery, you'll be happy you did.
Current Mood: contemplativecontemplative
02 July 2009 @ 04:38 pm

This is first entry in a very very long while, and time has taken its toll on familiar faces. To be perfectly honest I'm not even sure what I should post about.  My apprehension is mainly due to the sad realization that no one is going to read this, although that is probably not bad thing considering I'm so out of practice writing  that eyes will surely begin to bleed after perusing this post.  ...but what the hell!

So I am sitting in the upstairs loft on niflty little cluster home on the southwest side of Las Vegas. My room is empty save for a computer against the wall and two beautiful Dachshunds sleeping at my feet. My bonita is at the store shopping for dinner and I'm trying to pass the time until we get ready for sleep.

Bonita and I have been together for nearly two years and while we have our arguments from time to time, she is a wonderful woman and I'm a lucky man to have found her. She vewry much wants to marry me - and we will when the time is right.

I currently work for the government in the area of aviation security and I enjoy my job. I'm not always the best at what I do, but I'm a helleva lot better at it than many others. I supervisor 40-60 employees everyday, meaning I listen to 40 different sets of problems, complaints, and dramas.

Life is good.

Current Mood: contentcontent
Current Music: Mana
15 September 2007 @ 10:20 pm
When I was younger I was fully aware that the with time comes erosion and the eventual decline of all things. Time not only effects soil, rocks, landmasses, and the evolution of life; time also erodes and destroys friendships. Bonds that were once thought to be indestructible have become brittle and worn, much like the sand castle bridge that will only stay standing if its left untouched or constantly re-enforced. I suppose that re-enforcement always came from the consistent gatherings that kept us all in sight and in mind. I often wish for those days and wonder if things would be the same as they were. I'll never know...   and I'm not sure I want to. Time moves on and so do we all. No malice and no hatred comes from my heart. I have only to memory of great times and great friends to hold onto while I move on in the world. And the occasional phone call. :)
Current Location: home sweet home
Current Music: something up beat
15 September 2007 @ 10:17 pm
There is little in the way of filler here.... I try to find reason and end up with a salty taste in my mouth. Perhaps the crackers I have been nibbling on are sticking to the roof of my mouth.
07 September 2007 @ 10:01 pm
Recently on another board I post on, a question regarding the realism of the opening chase sequence in the new Bond film Casino Royal was posed. The board member who started the the debate felt that the opening sequence was extremely unrealistic and that it brought the film down in overall enjoyment. After a long debate on the subject a few other members made statements regarding the film commentary and the fact that the sequence had been choreographed by a man named Sebastian Foucan (who plays the man Bond is chasing) and is considered to be the best 'Free Runner' in the world. the more amazing fact is that Foucan created the chase sequence to be realistic and that almost nothing in the scene is imaginary. Now I had never heard of 'Free Running' or 'Parkour' until last week, however, I have spent a large amount of time researching it on the internet and watching youtube videos and have to say that it is absolutely amazing. I'm posting a youtube video here if anyone is interested.

Also, check out www.americanparkour.com
Current Mood: impressedimpressed
28 July 2007 @ 04:29 pm
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28 July 2007 @ 04:19 pm
So many things to say yet not enough energy to really say any of them. I watched an exceptional episode of Masters of Horror last night titled - The Screwfly Solution. It is based on a story by a very famous sci-fi writer who actually won a Hugo award for it. the name of the author escapes me right now. The story is about a biological agent that causes males to misinterpret the purpose of their libidos. Basically men turn violent and begin to kill all women on the planet. It's a well done piece of fiction that has very powerful ideas about the nature of men and women. While the budget is low for this film the story more than makes up for it and I highly recommend it.
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23 July 2007 @ 11:15 pm
I seem to have overlooked the fact that everyone and everything in the world is dead. Every single thought throughout human history is but a stinky belch of intestinal gas squeezed from the putrid decayed flesh of a heaping pile set aside for the rest of the universe to avoid.
Current Mood: weirdweird