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03:17pm 21/10/2005
Ironic isnt it?
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07:53pm 12/10/2005
  I was somewhat in disbeleife when I saw this banner ad appear on hotmail today

It's a great thing. The draft is dead - over - never coming back. Whith the THREE FREE MP3s the national guard is now offering, i've got a feeling that our nations recruitment offices will be filled for a long time. The armed forces will be rejuvinated with bold young people who are willing to lay their life on the lines for our fine nation, as well as the new hit single from usher.


fuck off.
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I usually wouldnt but we are all sons of abraham.   
12:40pm 11/09/2005
  1) Reply with your name and I'll respond with something random about you.
2) I'll tell you what song/movie reminds me of you.
3) I'll pick a flavor/color of jello to wrestle with you in. (Maybe.)
4) I'll say something that only makes sense to you and me.
5) I'll tell you my first memory of you.
6) I'll tell you what animal you remind me of.
7) I'll ask you something that I've always wondered about you.
8) If I do this for you, you must post this on your journal. You MUST. It is written.
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In Korea...   
10:28pm 10/09/2005
  A South Korean man has died after reportedly playing an online computer game for 50 hours with few breaks.

The 28-year-old man collapsed after playing the game Starcraft at an internet cafe in the city of Taegu, according to South Korean authorities.

The man had not slept properly, and had eaten very little during his marathon session, said police.

Multi-player gaming in South Korea is extremely popular thanks to its fast and widespread broadband network.

Games are televised and professional players are treated, as well as paid, like sports stars.
Professional gamers there attract huge sums in sponsorship and can make more than $100,000 a year.

The man, identified by his family name, Lee, started playing Starcraft on 3 August. He only paused playing

to go to the toilet and for short periods of sleep, said the police. "We presume the cause of death was heart failure stemming from exhaustion," a Taegu provincial police official told the Reuters news agency.

He was taken to hospital following his collapse, but died shortly after, according to the police. It is not known whether he suffered from any previous health conditions.

They added that he had recently been fired from his job because he kept missing work to play computer games.
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02:35pm 02/09/2005
August 6th 1945   
11:51am 06/08/2005
mood: depressed
60 Years Ago Today...

237,062 people were murdered in the Atom-bombing of the city of Hiroshima.
It would be useless for me to try to communicate the tragedy of what happened, its impossible for any one to comprehend. These were 237,062 human beings, with parents, with personalities, with day-to-day lives, 273,062 human beings with souls. Around 80,000 of the people died instantly at the time of the blast, the overwhelming remainder died slow excruciating deaths due to radiation. Many of the elderly in Hiroshima continue to be afflicted and die of radiation related conditions. There are around 270,000 people with Atom-bomb related afflictions living in Japan today. Most people I have talked to will get very defensive when discussing this topic, they will tell you it was a necasary evil for the United States of America to commit the greatest single atrocity on a mostly civilian populus. FUCK THAT. The mass bombing (being atomic or otherwise) of a civilian populus is NEVER excusable. Bombing Hiroshima did NOT save the lives of thousands of U.S. G.I.s, at that time the Japanese were negotiating surrended with ,our ally soon to be enemy, the U.S.S.R.. All that was really accomplished in the bombings was to have Japan surrender to the USA, giving us a better foothold in the soon to come cold war. Even if it did save the lives of thousands of military personel FUCK THAT, they're the goddamned military, not mothers, not children, NOT FUCKING CIVILIANS. Goddamnit FUCK the atom bomb. In the words of the father of the bomb Robert Oppenheimer "I have become death, destroyer of worlds," Those words sum it up pretty perfectly. FUCK the U.S. rationale for bombing Hiroshima, it was all a bullshit cover up for what was really happening. In some word from the king-son-of-a-bitch-himself Harry Truman to the American people.The world will note that the first atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima, a military base. That was because we wished in this first attack to avoid, insofar as possible, the killing of civilians." But this is we never read about this in school, instead we spend all of our time learning about how George Washington chopped down some fucking tree, and how Abe Lincoln split logs for a living.FUCK that shit, we need to know the important shit. As a matter of fact FUCK WORLD WAR II, that war was a terrible thing that has been glorified beyond all reognition. I hate how blind people are to it all. Its a tragedy, and something that could have been avoided, ALL OF IT. May G-d rest the souls of all those who died on this day 60 years ago. May G-d bless the survivors and give them tranquility in their old age. May mankind have the forsight to prevent something like this from ever happening again, and may peace soon beseach the world.

If any one is interested in learning more about the Tragedy of Hiroshima check out these sites:
A-Bomb Musuem
Highly recomended!
Exhibits from Hiroshima Peace Memorial
Artifacts showing the devistation
Hiroshima No Pika
Is a good childrens book on the topic

Also if interested on the subject of the coverup check these out
Hiroshima: Was It Necessary?
A good site for argueing the question
Racing the Enemy: Stalin, Truman, and the Surrender of Japan
A book by Tsuyoshi Hasegawa delving into the topic

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07:51am 28/07/2005

Needless to say im psyched!
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11:51am 26/05/2005
mood: accomplished
Well, it's been quiet a blast, im begining to feel a bit sentimental, which is very unexpected. Over the last year iv become quiet fond of our senior class, another unexpected. Though im not graduating I still want you all to know that Im very proud of our class. As I walked down the hallways with Lisa, something I must have done hundreds of times this year it hit me like a freigt train.

This was it, school was over, we are all now adults, and we will never wander those hallways again.

I really have to say that highschool was far from a positive expirience for me. It left me fealing trapped and hopeless and alot of other stuff. But you people, who made the days bareable I want you all to know I love you.

To Mom and Dad, I want you both to know that you were the perfect parents. You really cared about me and put me above yourselves in priority countless times. You always trusted me and never were to strict on me, thanks for beleiving in me.

To Lindsey, while as mom and dad were there since day one you were there even earlier. Though you took up alot of room in the womb, I wouldnt have it any different, well except for you teething all over me. Seriously, sister dont come in a much better variety, I love you and cherish all the time we've spent together.

To Erin, I've always had a great deal of respect for you, and following you're example is something i've tried to live up to. I remember three years ago you gave me this long letter on the day of you're graduation, I remember mom was so proud of you, and I asked myself "will I ever be able to do just as good?" I think that I did. Thank you so much, well except for those silly plays you made us do when we were young. I love you.

To Oko, you're pretty much my ideal of what a pet should be. Im sorry abut that time I walked you until you got sunstroke. You know I love ya.

To Steve, for a long time you've been kind of a role model to me. You've given me more guidance in life then anyone. I may have broken down if I didnt have you to turn to. Youre really like an older brother to me, thank you.

To Alex, You're probably the person I have the most fun with. Regardless of whatever has happened to me you always have a way of making a day joyous. I have alot of respect for you, never give up in doing what you beleive in. You truely are one of my best friends.

To Travis, Thanks for being a good friend, you, more than anyone I know have opened me to a world of new things. Even though there is an enormous age gap between us, you have never failed to respect me and what I have to say. Thanks alot!

To Janelle, We've been through some serious shit! But you stood by me, even through some of my darkest days. Thanks for sticking around, Im really sorry that things couldnt have ended a bit smoother with the whole boyfrined-girlfriend thing, but things just had to go that way. You were a totally great senior Ex parnter and an even better friend! Thanks alot, give me a call sometime.

To Renny, You're a totally great dude. If it wasnt for you're friendship Junior year would have done me in. You almost singlehandedly made that entire year enjoyable. Our antics will go down in the history books. We still have alot more to do though, beware kingwood-humble community!

To Lisa, I really didnt forsee becoming you're friends. But, you're just a fascinating person who's alot of fun to be around. Above anyone else you made this semster totally livable.I really liked playing Mario 3 with you, you're better than most people I know. Im really proud of all you accomplished, at the award ceremony today I was happy to see all you're hard work pay off. Thanks alot, we will definately keep in touch.

To Justin, since we met you've always existed in that strange dimension od quasi-friendship. In the last simester Iv come to know you alot better and have come to like you more. You're one radical dude, I definately would like to hang out with you more this summer. Oh, and there is alot of shit left in more that zine of yours, so just keep me updated with it.

To B-V-C, You were a great group member, and even though we never became good friends I want you to know you excel in being a great person. You were ideal as far as exhibition was concerned and Im verry proud of all the work we did, thanks!

To Akira Kurosawa, I know, we never met, no you didnt speak a word of english and yes, you are long dead, but still I want you to know that you're sort of my inspiration. You're films have changed the way I live my life, and Im a better person for it.

Thank you to all of you, you really made my world a good place to be. The future is infront of me know, and the possibilites are endless. But I want to take the time out right now to express my deepest love to all of you (even the dudes!). I love you all.

Now if you dont mind im going to listen to the same Alice Cooper song 20 some times.
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01:35pm 06/05/2005
  Senior Ex has gone and passed. Ultimately im really happy with how things went.


Anyways to celebrate I might have a little party at my place tonight (the viceless kind of party) Reply iff your interested. Right now I really gotta take a nap though
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10:39pm 14/04/2005
mood: ecstatic
Fucking great afternoon today. My grandmother has given me her old standard 8 movie projector, and with it ever home movie in her possession. Were talking about an absolute shit load of reals, at least 20. Theres alot of really interesting stuff from when my mom was a kid, I really think she made a great little kid, she was kind of short and wore glasses, and wanted to be a cowgirl. It was really great to watch some of these movies with her, she was the most enthused Id seen since she had her hear attack (afterwich she gave up smoking and took up drinking.) I really felt like I bonded with her today. We also watched footage of her as a teenager in the 60s, she was oftly cute mind you. Then I started looking through some of the unlabled reels. I put one on and it was in black and white, I realized that this was footage of my grandfather (who died before I was born) as a teenager in the 30s, the film is in remarkably good condition for being nearly 70 years old. Im really estatic about getting all of these home movies, partially because im an absolute freak for film, but mostly because I know im going to treasure these throughout my life. It gives me a sense of connection to my moms family (which has always made me feel awkward to say the least).

My great friend Alex stopped by today, he had a newly recorded song he wanted to show me. MAN THIS IS A FUCKING GREAT SONG! Iv just listened to it  13 times in a row. ALEX TOMIC IS A GENIUS, THIS SONG NEGATES ANYTHING ALL NEGATIVE FEELINGS OF THE LAST WEEK.
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04:44pm 31/03/2005
mood: sad
                   Bass Wolf
                                       (Hideaki Sekiguchi)

This is never easy. Please excuse me if I start making no sense. Hideaki Sekiguchi, AKA Billy, has left this world this morning, due to a heart attack at the age of 38. Billy was a brother, one of the wolf pack. He rocked harder than anybody in the room, and I would feed off that energy. He was a great friend, and I can't really do him justice when I'm like this. He was too young to go, he still had some rock let in him. Lately Billy was acting a little odd, he said nothing was wrong. That's just like him too, the hardass. God damn it. Some of you may have had the chance to meet Billy, you know how awesome he really was. I just can't believe it, he was there from the beginning. I know Billy's up in heaven rocking out, keeping all those mother fuckers up at night. I bet he'll start a band with Joey Ramone and Elvis. He would love that.

Sorry guys, but all shows are now cancelled. I hope you understand. Please don't flood us with letters/e-mail asking us when we will continue. I just don't know what I'm gonna do now. It was always me and Billy. He would want me to keep rocking, and I just might. Anyway, I've got lots of stuff to do, and think about. I love you Billy, god speed you.

Seiji, Guitar Wolf

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08:56pm 25/03/2005
  This weekend is dedicated to working on my research paper, seeing is how this is a large task im trying to get corporate funding, so i am going to endorse the following items.



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Somewhere in jersey   
05:33pm 16/02/2005
  weird stuff goin down...

01:02am 02/12/2004

You Are the SHIT






Yeah that pretty correct
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10:37pm 01/12/2004
mood: SLAYER
kamen rider is love
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alan moore is love
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sheyit d00d
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01:01pm 29/03/2004
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06:47pm 21/03/2004
mood: numb

I spent all my break (sunday-friday) up in Austin with my sister Erin. It was really good to see her and spend time with her. And Austins a pretty nice city. But after thinking about it for a few days I really favor Houston. Austins a big college town flooded with art and trees and for the most part its really well designed and a pretty place. But one of the things that got me about Austin was the extreme liberal sentiment, people had a more "get out and change the world" outlook. It seemed alot of the city felt active and alive. And thats all well and fine, but i really have gotten to value how laid back and lazy houston is. Sure downtowns impossible to navigate, alot of it doesnt look to pretty and we have a much more conservative sentiment, but these things become familiar and feel kind of homely to me. One of the images I find increasingly beautiful is this; cracked up concrete with 3 or 4 weeds growing out of its

This kind of stuff. It reminds me of houston, and I appreciate its beauty

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First Post   
10:09pm 17/03/2004
mood: optimistic

My first post deals with a subject close to my heart. Without further ado I bring you...

 Kamen Rider. The greatest of all heroes.

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