Let’s play the sleep deprived typing game again. But let’s try to focus this time. Aside from biological markers for genetic inviability / low offspring survival odds, how are turn-offs established? For example (and I’m not speaking from an ivory tower, I also happen to find this unappealing) in the current social context, specific patterns of body hair distribution seem to be a...
In their own way, even ugly people are beautiful.
No I’m just kidding.
I guess the best way to put it
is that I feel like I’m living someone else’s life. But I have no idea what my own life is supposed to look like.
Life is a giant sandbox adventure game.
I hate sandbox adventure games.
fromrusholmewithlove: socialistequality: Ayn Rand is the Nickleback of philosophers. This is the best philosophical analysis I’ve ever seen.
Anonymous asked: Would you say that you're rather nihilistic? It almost seems you would have to free climb a cell tower.
Everything is really really great.
And I’m super bored about it.
Ghosts feel more alive than this.
Let’s play that game where I type whatever comes to mind sleep deprived. The world as we pretend it isn’t, wants to say it doesn’t give a shit. I am what I remember, and very forgetful. I don’t have extended conversations, I just make very very long anti-anti-jokes, the non-anticlimatic-non-punchline to which is generally your disillusionment. When the moon is gone, no...
paxamericana: “Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan” anagrams to “My ultimate Ayn Rand porn.”
memeengine asked: First skydiving,, now this, heh. I used to climb things I wasn't supposed to, and the most memorable was climbing up under the bridges onto the service walkways, then scaling way out over the Saskatchewan river hearing traffic overhead. Always found the best graffiti there. Your post brings it all back...
earthlyeyes replied to your post: More ow Wow, you seriously climbed those red towers in Holden? Are these the correct ones I am thinking of? My grandmother lives on that road. I used to walk the trails by the towers when I was younger and lay down and just stare at the top of them. I’m trying to figure out how you decided this had to be in Holden. Cell phone towers are everywhere. But no,...
Climbed to the tippity top of a cell phone tower with Ben last night. Halfway up the tower, the ladder ended, and we had to free-climb the actual structure for two stories to get to a second ladder. But first, we took a small break between the giant red aerial beacons (these light fixtures are about the size of your torso, if you were wondering). The break wasn’t too relaxing...
Lab of computer science had an outing/picnic yesterday. There was kickball involved. Who decided making the programmers play sports would be a good idea? I am in so much ow.