Thursday, February 05, 2009

Unwitting USSR Mediocre Persons Stronger Orthodoxy Pacifisim Story

Obamanation Day 16's Word of the Day...
Unwitting - Not knowing; unaware; unintentional

He did that unwittingly. I think such a term would be something that could be attached to former President Bush. I think he did and accomplished a lot of things unwittingly. What I don't understand is how people who state he's stupid think he is the Lone Ranger when it comes to the bad decisions and when it comes to the good ones that he had help. It's some form of retarded ignorance that is only justifiable via hate and dislike and that type of stuff rots the heart. They not only did that wittingly they did it for the pure reason of destroying someone's reputation.

I get blaming someone for something that they did. I don't get being mad because someone isn't saying sorry for something they did not do. Even if Bush said sorry it wouldn't matter because people who are pissed want to be pissed and wouldn't alter their thinking if he died. They'd still talk ill of him. When one cannot find justice or give justice it's because they have a black heart and there's something seriously wrong with them.

On this day in 1918...
Separation of Church & State begins in USSR.

This is something that tends to create more trouble than it's actually worth. And gives an ego boost to those that already had a huge ego to begin with. It's a stupid law that no one follows and those that are obsessive and hateful nit pick even when it's followed to the tee.

The Five Quotes of the day...

Only a mediocre person is always at his best. - W. Somerset Maugham

If you are always at your best you're not growing as a person. It's a clever play on what parents tell their children: Be on your best behavior. No one wants to be boring, but there are those that just are and I'm sure all of us know those people. Being interesting is available for anyone and more so for those that take the chance to listen to other people when they speak. Always dominating the conversation will make you start sounding boring. Listening can cause one to be more interesting because of the interest they are showing.

Mediocre minds are always jealous and inclined to surround themselves with persons of little ability. - Henri De Jomini

This reminds of of Corinne from this past Survivor. She was angry and jealous. There was no doubt that she was jealous. She had to surround her self with persons who she confided to little ability. She stifles people and does not allow them to be who they are. She mocks others and expects those that are listening to agree and think the same thing. This is horrible and ruins that greatness of people like Charlie. Corinne is the social devil that is corrosive (notice how her name share some letters with that word) to anyone that comes near her or thinks her worthy of being a friend. Because if you ever disagree with her she will treat you as she mocks others and if that's okay with you then you need to get your head checked.

Soft is stronger than hard, water than rock, love than violence. - Hermann Hesse

It is true that people who are soft in their approach are stronger than those that have a hard out look on life. Those that are "hard" tend to be more sensitive. This would be proved by Corinne. She was a 'hard' person and she was very sensitive to what was going on more so than her suggestion of Sugar being that way. Water tends to wear away at rocks more than rocks against water. It might take time, but it is possible to wear 'em down. Violence doesn't change much opinions that the opposition have. Love, on the other hand, has the power to turn the most dangerous person into putty. It might take a while, but it is possible and it can happen and it has.

Orthodoxy: A corps that does not know it is dead. - Elbert Hubbard

More like a robot that goes through the motions pretending they do so through their own free will more than because they allow a group to have controlling interest in their doings. This would be like pot followers. They do so more for the greater cause of the group than because it's actually something they believe and it's kind of sad. Most of these people are smart to have a single thought that is their own. But for some reason when they smoke they turn into the collective mind like the Borg and go about trying to assimilate others.

It's scary.

Pacifism means letting the non-pacifists have control.
- Oswald Spengler

It is true that if you don't engage you allow others to control. The only issue here is if that bothers you or not? Some people see the future in a different way than others. If they have some form of hope then being a pacifist, instead of engaging, might be how they believe they'll make it to such a hope. This is much better than apathy, because the pacifist actually cares that there's a problem they just don't think violence is the answer.

I like this quote mainly because it's so like the sun is hot. It's apparent. It's simple. That makes it funny and oddly profound.

Random Corner....Thought...Whatever...

I was thinking of this story that I want to write. It's going to be like a webisode but for writing. It think it could actually be a really witty show if it were made. I have to work out the logistics of it all, but I really think I got something. This is just like that something I thought I had with "Fleece as Black as Coal" and I still believe that, but nothing has come of it so far. I still have faith in that story. It's one my favorites I've written. It has so much hidden meaning that if someone were to actually pick up on everything that I had laced the story with, they'd tire their brain out.

Virtuoso Revolt Wisdom of the Highest Believed Experienced Ignorance at the Oscars

This one is for Wednesday February 4, 2009. I liked it and failed to do it because I was super busy. But now I have time.

I have been counting the days of Obama has been in office. It most likely doesn't match the national number, but I don't care. The 20th can't count for all he did was party. So yesterday was day 15 in Obamanation.'s Word of the Day...
Virtuoso - A person skilled in techniques of an art.

My best friend is a virtuoso when it comes to drawing. My other friend is a virtuoso in memory and singing. I am a virtuoso in writing. However, for me stating that isn't about being better than anyone, more like being able to handle it and do it well.

I do know people that think they are a virtuoso in psychology just because they take a class in it. I dislike people who think that just because they took a class they are smarter in that subject than anyone else who speaks on it who has not taken the class. Especially psychology students. They are virtuosos in ego and lack of humility as well as obnoxious; if any of those are considered art. You know how stupid some art fields are with the idea of subjectivity.

I would like to use a psychology book to hit those psychology students in the head so hard that it would cause bruising and then they can be a know it all in bruises and how they form.

On this day in 1899...
...Revolt against US occupation of Philippines.

Nothing like repeating your own dark history with someone else. It's beyond smart.

The Five Quotes of the Day...

Wisdom knows the proper limits of things. - Seneca the Younger

Limits are what humans have. ALL humans are set up with limits to what they can and cannot do. Some people try really hard not to show their weaknesses because that would be showing what? That they are human. What are they trying to be by not mentioning their faults? Perfect? Is there such a thing as a perfect human?

Also limits in what you know about certain topics. What topics are you limited it; be it because you don't know enough or that you are sure it's false? It's good to know and act accordingly. It's good not to pretend to know something when you do not. It's foolish to do so not smart.

Once you know the limits then you can figure out how you're going to work them in your favor to expound your prowess.

The highest duty and the highest proof of wisdom - that deed and word should be in accord. - Seneca the Younger

Let what you state be how you live. People take those that live according to their words more trustworthy and honest than those that live by the "do as I say not as I do" approach. It doesn't matter if you are a mean person who states what is on their mind as long as what you do and say are how you live. People accept that when the two are aligned. If the two are off and not close to one another then those that are your friends or those that you work with will find dealing with you obnoxious. That's not a goal for anyone.

It's a difficult task to keep even throughout life, but it's needed to gain friends and to keep them.

Many men would arrive at wisdom had they not believed themselves to have arrived there already. - Seneca the Younger

You can't think that you are wise and still learn. You can, however, think that you are acquiring wisdom by what you hear, see and experience. Declaring yourself wise will only make it difficult to learn along the way. Because you can learn from anyone no matter their age. A 50 year old can learn from a 2 year old. A 12 year old can learn from a 35 year old. A 16 year old can learn from an 11 year old. A 20 year old can learn from a 15 year old. A 22 year old can learn from a 65 year old. Learning has no barrier. There's no limit to who can teach and who can learn. The only time there is - is when it's placed there by yourself.

We are wise by other people's experience. - Samuel Richardson

There are certain people that think that the only way they can become wise is through their own experience not through other's. I think that we gain wisdom not only from other people's experiences but movies or radio or books can enlighten us on what could become a problem if this is chosen or that or what to expect if we decide to go through and do something. Someone might have done one of the choices we have to decide and their story will give us insight on how that worked out for them. Yes it is true that it may not work out the same for us as it did for them, however, it will give us a general idea of what to expect should we choose that line of action.

To be conscious of one's ignorance is the beginning of wisdom. - N. Sri Ram

Knowing what we do not know is a good way of knowing what we need to pay closer attention to so we understand it better.No one on this planet knows everything and everyone is surely ignorant of something. But we get to decide what we want to learn. We should keep an open mind on learning. We should not keep too much of an open mind where we become gullible or easily bamboozled by other people's wayward thinking.

Random thought of the day...

I am going to get a big tax return back and that's exciting. I was thinking of what it was I was going to do with that money. I suppose saving it would be a good idea. I do need new jeans and such. I am going to get those. This is a boring random thought.

That's because I didn't have time to do this is a filler random thought. Apparently filling in a random thought makes it boring. That sucks. I hate fillers. Ooh I always thought that it would be cool to be the person that sat in the empty seat that a star left like at the Oscars, just to make the audience always seem full. But it would just suck to have to move when they return from having sex in the bathroom.

I wonder how many stars had sex at the Oscars...would that be considered thrilling? I think so.

/random thought.

Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Pandiculation President Fee-dom of Alienation and Atheists Word of they Day...
Pandiculation - an instinctive stretching, as an awakening or while yawning.

That is what was happening to me when I was hearing the poem being read for Obama's inauguration. It was seriously a pandering, self gratifying, pretentious piece of work. The prayer was no better. Though the end of the prayer was far better and allowed this short little man to actually end on a high note. What is really important is that the entire event had given me good reason to pandiculate. Not only on the outside with actual physical evidence, but also on the inside.

Obama's speech was good. It had some pretty good lines in it that will surely make it into quote books as well as historical records that hold the "I Have a Dream" speech in high regard. I'm sort of glad my essay was not picked because I looked at that crowd and did not envy them in the least, not even a little bit.

On this day in 2009...
The first man elected as President of the United States is sworn into office.

That's what happens when you drop race from being mentioned when stateing how historical this moment is. It makes the entire statement silly; as it should be.

The Five Quotes of the Day...

Because of how people think it's so historical and because of how the same people are linking him to MLK I've decided to pull some MLK quotes out of thin air. Enjoy.

I never will forget a moment in Birmingham when a white policeman accosted a little Negro girl seven or eight years old, who was walking in a demonstration with her mother. "What do you want?" The policeman asked her gruffly, and the little girl looked him straight in the eye and answered, "Fee-dom." She couldn't even pronounce it, but she knew. It was beautiful! Many times when I have been in sorely trying situations, the memory of that little one has come to my mind, and has buoyed me. - MLK

From the mouth of babes....It's interesting how a child can emulate what a parent has taught them and do so at keen moments. This was a keen moment for that little girl. She could have been like many youths today and snapped her finger while moving her head about in a fashion that looks like she is trying to win the figure eight design with how her head weaves. It matters not what the color of our skin for we are all striving to have the same things: to be understood, to be loved, to be free to be who we are inside. It is not the duty of a human to rule over others and dictate who they are or what they can do. It not only is bad for business it's bad for friendship. Be the little girl when answering those who are in opposition of your position and you could be an inspiration to someone who needs it the most.

Alienation is a form of living death. It is the acid of despair that dissolves society. - MLK

Everyone enjoys being accepted. If one believes that then one would not try and alienate people just because they are different. The only reason to alienate someone is if their influence on you is damaging to your other relationship.

But as a whole it does cause problems with society. People form gangs that consist of their own race and likeness and then they set off to do battle with those who are of a different race and interest and call it a gang war when it really is a race war. They have had those throughout history. And in history it has been one race that tried to rid the world of the other and he did not succeed I don't hink anyone can.

[A majority of people] are not theoretical Atheists they are practical Atheists. They do not deny the existence of God with their lips, but they continually denying his existence with their lives. - MLK

Atheists are sensitive about being Atheist. Most of the ones I've met are. I have yet to meet one that is actually sensible that doesn't go out of their way to point out flaws in religion. The reason I find that to be disturbing is because I expect that out of those who are (for example) from a Christian religion. They tend to complain about abortion and prayers in school. Though I am not bothered by prayers in school like Atheist I do not find it necessary to make a big deal about it outside of a discussion.

I have this feeling that Atheist might go under the guise of stating there isn't a God or go with the flow of allowing others to think they believe that without correcting, but I beileve they think that it's possible, even if it is a small percentage of their mind. They just don't like the religions they've seen because they seem too illogical or too self righteous. I understand that. Why go with a group of people if you don't agree with their stance just because you think it's possible there is a God?

So they may think it but their lives show otherwise. They act like they are accountable to no one for their actions. Their moral compass goes any direction they think is the correct direction. There is no standard to it and it is all based on feeling under the flase impression that it's reasonable.

But they are not stupid. I have never met a stupid Atheist. I have never really met a stupid person. I may have met stupid decisions made by a person but never a stupid person in totality. I don't know if such a person exists. Which brings me to my........

Random Thought Corner...

I believe that every person is smart in something. They have the brains to fix a car, know how to talk to people and get what they want, understand math, get Science, love history, raise a child, teach a child, know world situations, know travel, know ice skating, baseball, football, dancing, know how to date, kiss, love....the list is endless. Everyone has a brain that affords them to know a lot about certain things.

Ignorance touches everyone and sometimes it touches some rather deeply, but for the most part each of us knows something someone else doesn't and if people were more into learning what they don' t know instead of shouting what they do...this world could start becoming a better place.

Monday, January 19, 2009

Obscure Heater Approach Unbelieved Moons Deceives Great Organizations

Dictionary.Com's Word of the Day...
Obscure - Not clearly expressed; hard to understand.

The American work ethic is so obscure. The idea of what hard work is and isn't is obscure. The even that relaxes people that goes by the name vacation is obscure to the businesses of America. Over work people and they will do better. That is the obscure thinking of people who run the business lazily as well as haphazardly. Which could be why we have so much need for health care reform because people don't get enough relaxation, they have to deal with stresses and obnoxious work to do list that kill them slowly but surely.

On this day in 1982...
Heater explodes at Star Elementary School in Oklahoma and kills 6 kids and a teacher.

Is that just lovely? All you're trying to do is keep war and what happens instead? You get your face mawed off by an explosion of the very thing that is to keep you protected from the cold not make you never feel again. What a travesty of stupidity by those that crated such a contraption. An exploding heater shouldn't even be created. There's no need for one that explodes. Good GOD.

The Five Quotes of the Day...

I personally am inclined to approach [housework] the way governments treat dissent: Ignore until it revolts. - Barbara Kingsolver

Yeah, if you ignore housework it'll pile up in the closet and when you open that closet one day to let someone borrow your coat for that cold day, everything will fall out and they will look at you funny. Not only will you suffer the embarrassment of the falling junk, you will realize the coat isn't even in that closet.

Hope unbelieved is always considered nonsense. But hope believed is history in the process of being changed. - Jim Wallis

People look at others with a hope in going to heaven as silly. Because they don't share the same idea as well as because the idea doesn't even make sense to them. If you have something to actually hope in then the dismal future you once had would be changed to something more positive. A life lived with a positive thought is lived better than with a negative thought. It's far better to have a positive thought (though a lie) than the truth and it is rot with negativity. Because living out your life with a smile is far more bearable than living out your life with a cynical heart. This is one of those times where the truth will lock you up and tie you down.

Before judging another, walk two moons in his moccasins. - Native American Saying

Thinking of what another has to go to for at least two days will give you an idea of why they are the way they are. This is far better than assuming they are mean just because they hate you and want you to die a painful death. Someone who is old and cranky could be that way because, yes, they are up in years as well as having pain in their joints and forgetting things and therefore frustrated because once they were able to remember the entire dictionary. A young person could be under a lot of stress because they are having a difficult time keeping up with school work, having difficulty with peers at school, parents are on their case about what they are going to do with the rest of their lives and/or they just are having terrible mood shifts because of their hormones are all over the place. Keep in mind that what one has to go through surely does affect the way they react to others, even you.

The senses do not deceive; it is judgment that deceives. - Goethe

You look at someone who is crying you're seeing them actually crying. Your judgment could state that they are faking or they are not really crying, and even though that may be the case in some situations that is not always the case. For the most part when someone is crying they are actually crying. Judgment of someone will have you over think a situation taking for granted your senses that work constantly to tell you information that you may not even use because you think your judgment is so keen. Look, feel, taste, smell and touch the situation and then come to a conclusion. Maybe use judgment on rare occasions, but surely trust the five, for they will, most likely, do you right.

In any great organization it is far, far safer to be wrong with the majority than to be right alone. - John Kenneth Galbraith

So true this is. You have seen the movies where the one person has seen something and knows it is true but the mass majority state the exact opposite. The one has a difficult time in their job or in life because the majority leader doesn't like being defied and therefore will do all they can to make the one's job or life hell. It is a terrible thing because truth should always win out in the end but that is not always the case. Though people do not like Governmental politics, life politics and job politics are things they play often to ruin or get ahead of others. It would be great if their game play was exposed and they were to rot for the filth they spread, but in most cases they get away with it. You have to stop and think if it is worth being ostracize standing up for what you believe is true?

Random Thought Corner...

I just want a day off. I have to take that kitten I have, Iris, to the vet and I need a day off to do that. I also just want a whole day of nothing. I don't want any social contact and I just want to sit around and do NOTHING. That is relaxing. I also like to float around in a pool. But I don't have a pool so that isn't going to happen, but it is a nice thought. I like nice thoughts. They, in themselves, are relaxing. I need relaxing.

Thursday, January 15, 2009

Kinetic Dennis Drastic Adversity; Impersonal Smiles to be Content on a Bed's Word of the Day...
Kinetic - of or having to do with motion; caused by motion.

People show such motion when someone sneaks up from behind and says BOO! Now either they jump up and say they were not afraid or they turn around and chase the booer. Either way there is kinetic energy.

Or one can be a complete geek/dork and think instantly about Gambit from X-Men. I'm guessing you already know which one I was thinking of first.

On this day in 1997...
Chicago Bull's Dennis Rodman kicks cameraman, Eugene Amos, in the groin.

A man kicking another man in the groin is like a woman telling another woman to stop whining about cramps they don't hurt that bad. Bad form, Dennis...bad form.

Five Quotes of the Day...

Drastic action maybe costly, but it can be less expensive than continuing inaction. - Richard E. Neustadt

Doing nothing is an even line. It's a constant evenness about it. If one does drastic action it might spike the line but in the long run that line might fall well bellow the average line showing that the drastic action was helpful and less expensive than the constant boring doing the same old same old--nothing.

Or you can think of it like this. If those who did not like Hitler just did nothing instead of trying to stop him then their inaction could cost more lives. Because they put forth the effort to surround and force Hitler to commit suicide they kept themselves from inaction and saved thousands, maybe millions, of lives.

Adversity is the first path to truth. - Lord Byron

Hard times proves who is truly your friend. It is easy to stick around people when they have the good happening to them. It's difficult to do so through the hard times. But it's those that truly love their friend that sticks it out no matter how hard it is.

Also in adversity it shows the true person. Are they selfish? Are they hateful? Are they caring? Are they willing to be selfless? All this is proved during times that are difficult. One of the better quotes.

The impersonal hand of government can never replace the helping hand of a neighbor. - Hubert H. Humphery

When people come by after a disaster and they see how you are it is the good feeling of a caring neighbor we feel. But should someone come by in a business suit and state what department he is with, along with his questions of how are you will feel like he's judging how much money your despair is worth. The neighbor cares about your wellbeing.

Getting random hugs might be annoying, some times, but it feels good that someone cares enough to hug you. I bet a neighbor hug feels better than a governmental hug.

Youth smiles without any reason. It is one of its chiefest charms. - Oscar Wilde

Weirdest word is chiefest.

Anyway, children smile all day long if they could because they lack the worry that us adults have. We have stressors (sp?) that just attack us from all sides. We look at a child that is at the store or in school and they smile without real reason other than they are young and they don't know what's going on.

They tend to really want to know what's going on but it is in their best interest to continue to be children and leave the adult things to the adults. Because their time is short as the children and their time as adults is forever in time.

Stay a kid for as long as possible. It's best you do that before you want to know all that adults know. It's not all drinking and staying up late.

It is wealth to be content. - Lao-Tzu

It means more than money to be content with what you have and not want something that someone else has. For wanting something that is not yours makes you jealous and angry that you don't have this thing they have. People who are content have that inner peace that many people search for. Only they search for it after they get that big thing they just saw. They really need this big thing so much they'll work overtime to get it. And when they get it they don't have a lot of time with it and the stress of the job shreds them.

Keep the eye simple and you can stay within that realm of content.

Random Thought Corner...

I want to get a free bed. People get free things all the time. I think it's for the world's best interest that I get a free bed so that I can get the right kind of sleep and brighten the right kind of people's day.

Give me a bed. It would be slumberly appreacited.

Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Jettison Massachusetts Change Faster Never Be Content Dune's Word of the Day...
Jettison - to throw goods overboard to lighten a ship or an aircraft in distress.

You know the Earth is in major distress. What should we do? That's right...jettison certain people so that we, as a human race, can live longer without being held back by stupid people. How do we decide who to jettison? That's easy. No we do not draw lots. What we do is we get rid of the entire Iran Government, every single Palestine person who thinks it's a great idea to attack Israel, every Israeli who thinks it's a great idea to attack Palestine, Russia's government, the people who think the E.U. is a fantastic idea, United States Congress and then only elect people who are between the ages of 20 and 45 to be Representatives (once you start to wrinkle and look old you're outta there no matter the age...stop smoking), protesters who are not peaceful, KKK, Black Panthers, anyone who thinks their country is the best, Global Warming Goons, Pedophiles, serial killers, drunk drivers who don't feel sorry for their mistake, people who smoke pot not because of illness, PeTA, The Big Three Car companies in the US, any Union that is except writer's union and actor's union, Curency, Hamas, people who think that blowing themselves up is a great idea, peopel who state stoning is a great idea, people who have their guns not in a locked area, people who are bullies in school, people who are bullies online, people who abuse power, people who don't like people who eat meat and finally people who talk in theaters.

The world will so be a better place. I promise you that.

On This Day in 1699...
Massachusetts holds day of fasting for wrongly persecuting "witches." that's just...stupid.

The Five Quotes of the Day...

Everything is one thing can change by itself. - Paul Hawken

It's like the price of oil. It raises over there in the Middle East per barrel and we get higher gas prices. Oh that's wrong that's just greedy people rising prices it has nothing to do with the price of the barrel. It's like a sick child going to school and getting other children sick. He changed now everyone else gets affected by his change. Though this change is very bad that is not always the case with changes.

It is possible that Obama being President will bring about a good change. It is fact that he will bring about change period. Because he is a different person than Bush and therefore he has different ideas so change is inevitable. But with his change of what the country will be like he will change everyone else. Whether it's good or not is a totally different story that will come in time.

The older I get, the faster I was. - Charles Barkley

This quote makes me laugh. People age the slower they become because their peak was years prior. This is just a humorous way of stating it. I laughed. You should laugh. Unless you've become so slow you are now in rewind compared to years prior.

You never caught him acting. - Frank Capra on James Stewart

That's a great testament on how well James Stewart's acting was. He was so good you didn't know that he was acting, you thought it was actually him. That's amazing. How many actors can you say that about today? Who would put their opinion on the line to actually state that about someone today? Such a great complement to James Stewart and there's no one that can truly disagree with this statement. It's that perfect.

It's a duty to say what should be heard, and a duty not to say what should not be heard. - Talmud

You need to state what people need to hear. That is important. No matter how painful it might be if it needs to be heard then you should say it. It's like on TV shows where they keep a secret for a long while and it ends up doing damage on a drama or causing hilarious moments on a comedy. But eventually the person that shouldn't know something ends up finding out. Best to mean to tell than allow them to accidentally find out.

Then there's the not say what should not be heard. People tend to think that whatever is on their mind should be said. That's a fool's idea of being truthful. One doesn't need to share everything that their mind creates because they have yet to think of the consequences of sharing it and then when the bad happens after the share they have the audacity to state they were only being truthful as if that affords them the right to have spoken so crassly.

These people's IQs can't be that high and if they do have high IQs then they are the stupidest smart people to exist.

Familiarity breeds content. - Anna Quindlen

Growing content is like being the back end of a dresser where spiders create webs and dead skin convert to dust. You sit there and accept what is going on because you are content with the familiar and sometimes that's good and sometimes that's bad. Bad is when you are abused and you have a change to alter the situation but don't because you would no longer be where it's familiar therefore causing you to go back to the hell because you're content with it.

Don't grow so lazy that you think what you have is what you deserve or what you get is what you will only get. You're in charge of your situation and if you think you need to get better stop making the same mundane choices and go out and make bold choices that will alter you life in the direction that will bring you change that will give you more meaning than you have now.

Random Thought Corner...

I watched Dune and it was alright. But what was in there was a suit that could convert sweat to water. That was so awesome. I was like...dude where is that today? That would be great for people that live in the desert. Something they'd have in case they were left stranded. Why hasn't the sweat drink suit been invented? Someone's just being lazy, that's all.

Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Iconoclast New York Times Rush Out for Me Without Skill's word of the day...
Iconoclast - A person who attacks cherished beliefs or institutions as foolish or wrong.

An iconoclast is like an atheist. I should say like some. Because there are some that just go about their lives not beilving in God or a god because they see how horrible certain relgious people are as well as who causes certain wars because of certain crazed beliefs. This would be for the atheist that make headlines insisting that their rights are being violated via certain things like prayers at school or teaching a different thought at school.

They tend to have this idea that what they think is right and what other people think is wrong, which is why they state OMG fairy tale. Ok. But they can't seem to take the same kind of treatment if it's reversed. They fall back on things that are not evidence and more of a certain word: Fact. They believe what they think is fact just because and not for any other reason than that....they act like they are a parent. It's not apparent. For it it were then it would be believed by the majority of the world in some for or another, but it's not. No past tribe of people believed in evolution or anything other than God that brought about the Earth and the lifeforms that live on it.

If such a thought was so apparent and so proveable then it would be easily found in the past by other people. Instead of having to wait until the 1800's for it to be clearly stated as something that science could go into more "detail."

Atheist that put forth too much effort to care about what other people do that doesn't infrenge on their life are horrible people. Angry people. People who just make the world worse. And yes there are religious people that do the same thing, but that's the the topic here. Not this go around.

On this day in 1920...
New York Times editorial (Falsely) reports rockets can never fly.

Wow. As if the New York Times is any different today.

Five Quotes for the Day...

It has been said that a pretty face is a passport. But it's not, it's a visa, and it runs out fast. - Julie Burchill

I like this quote for many reasons. It's not because someone who is good looking will lose their looks, based on this quote, but it's because the statement is so true. A pretty face can get you into clubs, looked at more, smiled at, talked about, forgiven for things that shouldn't be forgiven
for...and so on. Passports last a while, but a visa has a time limit and that's how it is with good looks; they only last so long.

Looks can run out faster than old age can get you. They can be gone because of a horrible accident or condition that accelerates old age look; such as smoking or doing drugs. But within the time of your visa you should build up who you are so that when it runs out you will be loved for who you are instead of what you look like. And even though good looking things are great to look at they are never worth sentimental value. It is the things and the people that have memories attached that are remembered.

You don't look at a new bike and have a memory of when you first road it. That would be because it's brand new and it's because the bike that would bring that memory about would be beaten up with age and mistakes. You look at that bike and you can tell where each dent came from and why and when you touch it memories will flood your mind.

The same goes for older people who have lost that glamor shot look. They are weathered by age, wisdom and mistakes. But they are loved for what they did and who they are. No one goes up and speaks of those who have past and go, "OMG they had a hot body." They talk about the memories and memories are not found on the outside; they are locked on the inside with the ingredients of personality can only create and that good looking cannot ever duplicate.

Good teams become great ones when the members trust each other enough to surrender the "me" for the "we". - Phil Jackson (basketball)

There are many things in life that this can apply to and one of the things is family. Family is not
about me it's about we. If there is a member of the family that only thinks of him or herself then the family will fail. The same goes for the military as well as many stories that deal with lots of people. It goes along with the "united we stand and divided we fall" quote.

Those that tend to think for themselves are easily afraid of what other people are going to do tot them because they know how selfish people think. They are paranoid. Having someone that has your back is a great thing. Cherish it if you have it. And if you don't have it, go get it.

Sin begins as a spider's web and becomes as a ship's rope. - Akiba

If you do something that you feel guilty for the guilt starts off small and then it just turns into something that weights you down. Sometimes you become agitated or frustrated and people who talk to you seem to know what you've done, which means you've turned paranoid. What you thought you could live with ends up being a huge burden on you and your life and drags you down.

In order to relieve yourself of this you should find a way to tell someone or fix the sin that you've committed so that you can deal with it. You don't need to drag around a ship the rest of your life, do you? You're not a tug boat.

Woman without a man is like a field without a seed. - Ethiopian Saying

Apparently they think that a woman is nothing without a man, just like a field is worthless without something to plant in it. They are all about growing things there so they believe land is valuable but not if you don't have seed to make it worthy to exist. It's interesting to read what other countries think via their sayings.

Skill to do comes of doing. - Ralhp Waldo Emerson

You can't have skills if all you do is talk about what you can do instead of actually doing it. People tend to say they don't know how to do something but they've never even tried. That's because they don't put forth the effort. If you put forth the effort then you start to earn the ability to do something you didn't know how to do it before; like driving. Can't learn to drive if you just watch others do it. Got to get behind that wheel somehow. Got to take life by the wheel and just drive.

Random Thought Corner...

I think I am more tired because of how much thinking I do. It is not to say that I have a lot of important things to think about, but the fact that I think about a lot of things intensely and I think that that amount of energy I exert is just as much as if I did something like play basketball. Though there is no muscel gain or weight loss in doing this, it's just tiring. Or so I think.

Monday, January 12, 2009

Hapless SS Ignorance Smaller Reveal to Learn Jurisdictional Retardedness's Word of the Day...
Hapless - Unlucky; unfortunate

There are a lot of hapless people, but that's because they self-perpetuate the problem. Their mind focuses on the negative things that happen and instead of thinking how they can get out falling into that problem again the next time they file away how they did it only to do it again and then say, "I told you this would happen." Then there are the hapless people that just have terrible situations in life but look at the bright side still. They try to make the best of their unfortunate situation. They are people to emulate because we will all have such situations in our lives no matter how comfortable a life we create.

On this day in 1949...
Dutch court affirms death sentence against SS Chief Hann's Rauter.

It is interesting to see who uses the death penalty in the past. I saw a movie that had three
people who just printed words on paper that were against the Nazis that were beheaded. Beheaded. I can't even imagine being in the same room as people thinking that's a great idea or those that actually preform the service. It's gross.

Certain people think that the death penalty is a bad thing. Their choice. But they tend to be from a country that has done it in the past and then they condemn America for having it in certain areas. America has had it for shorter period of time than those in Europe who has had such penalties for centuries before they decided it was wrong. They are trying to force a teen to grow up fast to do as everyone else does. But hose people got to do as they wanted for hundreds of years killing thousands of people because they wanted to and now they decided that it's wrong everyone must abide.

Sad way of thinking.

Five Quotes of the Day...

The greatest obstacle to discovery is not ignorance - it is the illusion of knowledge. - Daniel J. Boorstin

People who think they are well versed in topic just because they take it in class are the most
annoying people this world has to offer. They think that just because they have someone standnig in front of the class dictating to them what is and isn't about this topic that they (the students) have the uperhand and know more than anyone that has read or had experince on the subject.

They would be wrong to think that they know more just because they take the class with the title of the topic in it. The illusion of knowledge is something they perpetuate as well as enjoy showing off. Excited to speak on the topic but not so excited to state that they may be wrong.

The Smarter you are, the smaller your strike zone. - Anonymous

If yo uare smart and clever enough you'll be able to see things before they trip you up. You'll be able to realize what people are up to. You'll be able to escape being called stupid because the more you know and the more you grow in such a knowledg; the smaller and smaller this strike zone would become.

Hide what you have and reveal what you haven't. - J.F.C. Fuller -- "A Millitary History of the Western World.

Show those that you are in battle with things that they already know about and keep what they don't know hidden even better. I don't know. Maybe you are in a conversation with someone and they know something about you and you know they know, so to keep them from knowing what they don't you reveal what they already did know in such a way that it's a big deal. So that they feel special fro getting what you told them first from somewhere else.

This could keep them from digging because it seemed like it was a big secret, even when it was not.

Learn to teach yourself. - Anonymous (African-American)

It is a good idea to know how to teach yourself to do things so that when the time comes that someone can't show you to do something, like at a job, you'll be able to pick up a book or any other means of instruction and be able to pull it off. It'll help you in all kinds of things that could be time consuming if you waited for someone to help or helpful so that you don't have to be stranded somewhere on the side of the road.

No mistake is more common and more fatuous than appealing to logic in cases which are beyond her jurisdiction. - Samuel Butler

Fatuous meaning foolish, if you hadn't know. What would be beyond logic's jurisdiction? It would
be anything dealng with feeling movments like death, birth, weddings, love, a hurt child. A hurt child especially. You cannot tell a child in logical terms that things will be alright when they are hystarical. They won't have it. They don't care. Something happened to them and it hurts and they want you to solve their problem. And if you explain to them that their knee is scraped and hurts because the skin was shreded it won't bring them much comfort and they'll not want to talk to you for telling them the obvious.

Random Corner...

There are moments that people seem human and then they go off and they say something that is just retarded in a logical way. Like they try really hard not to be connected or concerned with people they once were by seeming detached in their well thought out logical way. It's the weak way of making things work and happen. Weak minded people can become disloyal and wishey-washy and shameful.

Watch out.