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  • The Aftermath of Thought

    Nov 7 2008, 10h32

    Over the past few months I have been noticing the flow of time a lot more than I once did, which is rather unsettling for I begin to realize that even though things are transpiring all around me I am stagnating.

    This is one side of life I do not hold very dear. And although I make decisions which might potentially have profound effect on my life, I commit the most unbearable of all acts, by not acting upon them.

    I used to be a proactive individual responding to every whim without delay, but now during the most important time of my life I sit here doing nothing.

    Part of me, well, a great part of me likes doing nothing, but the part of my mind the lives for the adventure of life is suffering dearly in this titanic struggle.

    It is only know that I realize that in order for my life to progress at a more even pace, I must without hesitation act on any sudden rational impulse I have and not continue being the indecisive individual that I am.

    Call this introspective, call it whatever you like, I for one see this as the beginning of my new life and the dismissal of the old one.

    In the words of the irrepressible Shinji Ikari:
    "I mustn't run away, I mustn't run away, I mustn't run away, I mustn't run away."
  • Beneath every Silver Lining there lies a Cloud

    Set 28 2008, 12h08

  • IT'S Been a while

    Set 28 2008, 12h05

    I though I would use this entry to highlight my somewhat eclectic taste in music.

    Take your top 20 artists. For each of these artists, collect the top 5 similar artists. The resulting number of unique artists is your eclectic score. If the score is small (extreme = 5) your musical preferences are very limited, and if it is large (larger than 80, extreme = 100), then you have an eclectic musical preference. You can compute your own score at http://anthony.liekens.net/pub/scripts/last.fm/eclectic.php

    My eclectic score is currently

    85/100



    The 85 related artists for my profile are Adam Sandler, After Forever, Alexander Brandon, Andrew Sega, B, Bart Klepka (2), Brad Fiedel, Celtic Spirit, Dan Forden (2), Dan Gardopee, David Clynick (3), Dennis McCarthy, Dragon Ball Z, Enigma, Enya, Epica, Era, Eric Stuart, F-Zero GX, Frank Klepacki, Go Shiina, Grant Kirkhope, Hideki Okugawa, Ichiro Shimakura, James Alan Johnston, James Horner, James Newton Howard, Javier Navarrete, Jim Johnston, John Cena, John Williams, Kevin Riepl, Killer Instinct (2), Lee Jackson, Lemon Demon, Lesiëm, Michiel van den Bos (2), Monty Python, Morganstudios, Mutagene, Namco Sound Team, Neo Geo Music Performance Group (2), Nintendo, Rio Hamamoto, Robert Prince, Robin Beanland & Graeme Norgate, Rom di Prisco, Satoru Kosaki, Shiro Sagisu, Sonata Arctica, Sonic Clang, TNA, Taniuchi Hideki (2), Tarja Turunen, The Simpsons, Tom Lehrer, Unreal, WCW, Within Temptation, Yoshihisa Hirano, Yoshihisa Hirano and Hideki Taniuchi, Yuko Takehara, Masato Kouda, h (2), pokémon, soundTeMP, 下村陽子, 中村恭之, 光田康典, 古代祐三, 和田光司, 和田薫 (2), 塩生康範, 増田俊郎 (3), 大谷幸, 岩井由紀, �, 岩代太郎, 岩崎琢 (2), 崎元仁, 平野義久, 朝倉紀行, 桜庭統 (2), 梶浦由記 (2), 笹井隆司, �
  • My thoughts: VOL #2

    Mai 17 2007, 18h04

    What lies beyond this mortal realm is something I believe that no-one wants to trifle with, not even for an instant.

    The afterlife holds strange secrets one knows only by the most unfortunate of mortal means and for those who have gone beyond and seen the abyss/gateway (whatever you like to call it), theirs' is but a story told in time and a story worthy of knowledge and holding dear to oneself should the the persons life be one that is relatively respected, depending on the observer.

    People find it hard to easily dismiss the dead even the ones they themselves did not sympathise or empathise with during the course of their life. What has to be understood here is the fact that, although we humans are sometimes portrayed as an ignorant and arrogant race, we still hold the deceased in some form of high regard. No matter what that regard might be.

    I hope this gives us all something to think about...
  • My thoughts: VOL #1

    Mai 13 2007, 7h37

    Everyday life passes us by and we think to oursleves what have we done or what can we do to improve ourselves, the answer is simply nothing but what we are already doing.

    The old saying nothing ventured nothing gained springs to mind but, in times of internal debate with oneself, what more is there to do but ponder the very fabric of existence and wonder "WHY?".

    Although we try to better ourselves day in day out, there is little to no reprieve that will grant us some solice in the vacuous state that we live our lives.

    I am not by any strech of the imagination saying give up all hope or deny yourself the dreams of life, but just think about what your are doing in the here and now and ask yourself, is it worth it.
  • The Lord of Wrestlemania

    Abr 10 2007, 16h44

    Nothing to say but 15 - 0 at , nothing in any style of sport compares to this.

    Undertaker, Hall of Fame bound.