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  • punisher1067 | Male | 51 years old | Ecorse, MI.

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Readin, Ritin & Rifmatic

621 views • Aug 25, '08 • (1) Comment

To blog or not to blog, that is the new question of late...

Why do we feel the need to blog about everything from the color of the sky to what type of people we wanna date to the more intellectual writings of politics, world views, demy-god (em)?  The list goes on and on and on it seems.  I remember when putting pen to paper was considered sacrilege, to express ones thoughts on a piece of parchment or a writing tablet was considered taboo.  In some cases writing "words" would get you imprisoned for long periods of time, or even executed.  Have the times changed.

Most of today’s writings are based on knowledge accumulated on the WWW, the World Wide Web.  Such technological wonders were considered heresy and the religious right would hunt violators down and have them beheaded for the simple "Crime" of THINKING.  Ah, the simpler times, I remember them well.  Being able to sit on the shores of the ocean and stare out onto the waters, feeling thier calming effects deep into your soul.  Now to sit and ponder ones existence is considered and act of the lazy, to stop and admire the follows of the field now will attract the glaring stares from the "important" people who say that thier time is worth more than such foolish acts.  Where did it all go?  Why do we need to fill every second of our days with doing things? "Idle hands are the Devils tool" Who the hell came up with that DOOZY of a line?  Probably someone who was too important (at least to himself as well as the others who think the same of themselves).

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readin, ritin and rifmatic

658 views • Aug 24, '08 • (1) Comment

To blog or not to blog, that is the new question of late...

Why dp we feel the need to blog about everything from the color of the sky to what type of people we wanna date to the more intellectual writings of politics, world views, demi-god(em).  The list goes on and on and on it seems.  I remember when putting pen to paper was considered sacralidge, to express one thoughts on a piece of parchment or a writing tablet was considered taboo.  In some cases writing "words" would get you imprisioned for long periods of time, or even executed.  Have the times changed.

Most of todays writings are based on knowledge accumlated on the WWW, the World Wide Web.  Such technological wonders were considered hearasy and the religious right would hunt violators down and have them beheaded for the simple "Crime" of THINKING.  Ah, the simpler times, I remember them well.  Being able to sit on the shores of the ocean and stare out onto the waters, feeling thier calming effects deep into your soul.  Now to sit and ponder ones existence is considered and act of the lazy, to stop and admire the follows of the field now will attract the glaring stares from the "important" people who say that thier time is worth more than such foolish acts.  Where did it all go?  Why do we need to fill every second of our days with doing things? "Idle hands are the Devils tool"  Who the hell came up with that DOOZY of a line?  Probably someone who was too important (at least to himself as well as the others who think the same of themselves).

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Blogging

389 views • Aug 15, '08 • (1) Comment

Blog, I have a blog?

Really?

WOW!

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