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Calm After the Storm...

 
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I usually don't like such things but, someone take ownership and make a smiley out of this Little majestic gay bastard.

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:)

Cats are majestic.

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:want:
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I usually don't like such things but, someone take ownership and make a smiley out of this Little majestic gay bastard.

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rofl hmmmm he's rather without a point or two or three of distraction and very gauche isn't he
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We could be buddies and I would protect it and in exchange he would get me so much play at the dog park.
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For me it was realizing how much I 'pray'. How much I rely my perceived 'God' both inside and outside myself.

And how when my prayers are seemingly 'answered' there is some type of...consequence.

The whole be careful what you wish for.


Why I asked last night if God was Sadist...

I was upset with you for causing me to recall Sandy Hook. And my statement after... To only find it play out again while I slept.

In horrific fashion.
 Quoting: Seer777


I've stated before something to the effect of each of us being Gods in a sadistic form.

'Incarnation'.


Lately I've been so angry with myself and so angry with 'God' I've thrown together a metaphysical war machine in the name of making all of 'his creation' take another look. I feel like a pathetic joke in the same breath as I realize 'no-one's laughing'.

Electricity is meaningless without life, and life it is fatal to. Inexorably, even if we must turn to metaphor to see it.


That said my mind is very close to breaking. I hope. I wish, actually.

Maybe I'd even pray.


....
 Quoting: Vash


I exited the shower today wondering how one disposes completely of a solid foundation and mythological belief in the 'Abrahamic God'.

While at the same time understanding how much 'energy' I have given it. How much I rely on it.
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.... the 'thing' I claim to speak on behalf of thought She had a notion on how one might do that, alas sooner or later I always catch Her running back home

Maybe She's just going to collect more twigs hmm


Maybe She really does hate all Her old 'boyfriends'


Maybe that's why I was supposed to see this

a_sigil


Hmmmm

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I usually don't like such things but, someone take ownership and make a smiley out of this Little majestic gay bastard.

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 Quoting: Facts>feelings


:)

Cats are majestic.

topcat
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want
 Quoting: Facts>feelings


One of the other stand out 'before/after dead' experiences I have had with another, was another friend in college.

He was Iranian.

Moved to America as a child. 8 I think.

As is Muslim custom, he was buried quickly.


Vis a vis...


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I usually don't like such things but, someone take ownership and make a smiley out of this Little majestic gay bastard.

[link to media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com]
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rofl hmmmm he's rather without a point or two or three of distraction and very gauche isn't he
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We could be buddies and I would protect it and in exchange he would get me so much play at the dog park.
 Quoting: Facts>feelings


? Sounds reasonable so long as the cat fancies being chased
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I usually don't like such things but, someone take ownership and make a smiley out of this Little majestic gay bastard.

[link to media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com]
 Quoting: Facts>feelings


:)

Cats are majestic.

:topcat:
 Quoting: Seer777


:want:
 Quoting: Facts>feelings


One of the other stand out 'before/after dead' experiences I have had with another, was another friend in college.

He was Iranian.

Moved to America as a child. 8 I think.

As is Muslim custom, he was buried quickly.


Vis a vis...


[link to www.youtube.com (secure)]
:driving:
 Quoting: Seer777


I'm sorry Hon I'm lost. Is this inline with you and pi's discussion I butted in on to show off rainbow cat?

Ill look back and come back and read it again in context if so.
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It's also a 'bolt' in 2 frequencies sandwiched between 2 triangles hmm
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I usually don't like such things but, someone take ownership and make a smiley out of this Little majestic gay bastard.

[link to media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com]
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rofl hmmmm he's rather without a point or two or three of distraction and very gauche isn't he
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We could be buddies and I would protect it and in exchange he would get me so much play at the dog park.
 Quoting: Facts>feelings


? Sounds reasonable so long as the cat fancies being chased
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Ever met a Pussy that didn't like a good game of chase and tickle??

Wait...that sounded dirty.
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One of the other stand out 'before/after dead' experiences I have had with another, was another friend in college.

He was Iranian.

Moved to America as a child. 8 I think.

As is Muslim custom, he was buried quickly.


Vis a vis...


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driving
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I'm sorry Hon I'm lost. Is this inline with you and pi's discussion I butted in on to show off rainbow cat?

Ill look back and come back and read it again in context if so.
 Quoting: Facts>feelings


No worries.

I suppose I have been walking through the 'valley of the shadow death' for the last few or so.


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I can see that realm where they all go. I usually am left alone. They often ask for passage before so there is peace in my understandings. Its a very sacred thing not to be done thru smoke in mirrors. I'm familiar with a few but mainly just help with the never alone thing the communications I use.

I've been focusing more on aethral gates and alchemy for my realities enhhanced perspective.

They don't understand time per say. Back before they know it. I have a higher understanding naturally as far as it being self to mourn the dead.

Although I'm not proud per say for my apathy in life and death I'm learnking to guage my scope and perscpective regarding such matters.

Do you miss them? Emotion is key element in some of the darker alchemies.
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One of the other stand out 'before/after dead' experiences I have had with another, was another friend in college.

He was Iranian.

Moved to America as a child. 8 I think.

As is Muslim custom, he was buried quickly.


Vis a vis...


[link to www.youtube.com (secure)]
:driving:
 Quoting: Seer777


I'm sorry Hon I'm lost. Is this inline with you and pi's discussion I butted in on to show off rainbow cat?

Ill look back and come back and read it again in context if so.
 Quoting: Facts>feelings


No worries.

I suppose I have been walking through the 'valley of the shadow death' for the last few or so.


[link to www.youtube.com (secure)]
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Would me sharing my ghost stories really serve as an empathetic act? My life has been excessively brutal in many ways. Ill share though if you like.
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No worries.

I suppose I have been walking through the 'valley of the shadow of death' for the last few or so.


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Would me sharing my ghost stories really serve as an empathetic act? My life has been excessively brutal in many ways. Ill share though if you like.
 Quoting: Facts>feelings


Absolutely.

Please do. I think not feeling 'alone' is the whole point.
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
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This just started on Pandora.

Proof the Internet is intimately connected to all we think, click and do...

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I can see that realm where they all go. I usually am left alone. They often ask for passage before so there is peace in my understandings. Its a very sacred thing not to be done thru smoke in mirrors. I'm familiar with a few but mainly just help with the never alone thing the communications I use.

I've been focusing more on aethral gates and alchemy for my realities enhhanced perspective.

They don't understand time per say. Back before they know it. I have a higher understanding naturally as far as it being self to mourn the dead.

Although I'm not proud per say for my apathy in life and death I'm learnking to guage my scope and perscpective regarding such matters.

Do you miss them? Emotion is key element in some of the darker alchemies.
 Quoting: HilosPP


I can't tell if I'm emotional or not, personally. I could be effectively an autist with the typical extremely effective 'savant style' processing put towards a sort of synthesis of cultural values


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Eh, Facts? That's totally it, right? Nailed it that time, didn't I?
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Haha, exactly no reason to miss em if you know where they are at, really important if you open the gate to remain emotionally objective for the alchemy of binding, healing and fusing flesh and spirit.

Its good to remain mindful of their physical absence in our reality and time from time to time tho.
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No worries.

I suppose I have been walking through the 'valley of the shadow of death' for the last few or so.


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Would me sharing my ghost stories really serve as an empathetic act? My life has been excessively brutal in many ways. Ill share though if you like.
 Quoting: Facts>feelings


Absolutely.

Please do. I think not feeling 'alone' is the whole point.
 Quoting: Seer777


Well what came to mind after reading about snips was a friend of mine who was actually the brother of one of my girlfriends when I was 18/19. He was 22 but we hit it off famously. No one could keep up with either one of us. It was like chasing two cheetahs and we could go for days.

He died in a car wreck going fast. Or rather had a horrific accident and ended up pinned to the roof of his hotrod by the steering wheel being lodged into his chest. If you can imagine the angles that would take on you can imagine the mess the car was. They found him upside down in the car that way with a broke neck and sternum among various other broken bones. He was still lucid though because the pressure from the steering column had kept the nerves in his neck from separating yet. They new when they took him out his neck would finish breaking and the nerve would either tear or break.

So they had ppl come to him for hours in a field on a back road and let him hang upside down making phone calls and saying goodbye to those who could make it.


He was a barely lucid vegetable for 6 months. Barely conscious but remembering faces and voices. A soul trapped in a broken fleshly cage. Connection with his mind was excruciating. He was in hell begging to get out. That is what it felt like to him. We finally made the call and brought in hospice.

Took him 9 days to die. The family believed in burying their own. Ill never forget the sound of the dirt hitting the casket. They gave me the first shovel.
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I can see that realm where they all go. I usually am left alone. They often ask for passage before so there is peace in my understandings. Its a very sacred thing not to be done thru smoke in mirrors. I'm familiar with a few but mainly just help with the never alone thing the communications I use.

I've been focusing more on aethral gates and alchemy for my realities enhhanced perspective.

They don't understand time per say. Back before they know it. I have a higher understanding naturally as far as it being self to mourn the dead.

Although I'm not proud per say for my apathy in life and death I'm learnking to guage my scope and perscpective regarding such matters.

Do you miss them? Emotion is key element in some of the darker alchemies.
 Quoting: HilosPP


I can't tell if I'm emotional or not, personally. I could be effectively an autist with the typical extremely effective 'savant style' processing put towards a sort of synthesis of cultural values


....


Eh, Facts? That's totally it, right? Nailed it that time, didn't I?
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You don't want to be me bro. Trust me. I'm a tornado made of bricks.

Try to get close to me and see what happens. Cool to look at though.
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That's a very painful passing. Sometimes they are ready for the peace they have found in the flesh. This is when they seem to be able to ask to leave most freely from my encounters.
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You are very strong willed facts, I can tell that much.
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No worries.

I suppose I have been walking through the 'valley of the shadow of death' for the last few or so.


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 Quoting: Seer777


Would me sharing my ghost stories really serve as an empathetic act? My life has been excessively brutal in many ways. Ill share though if you like.
 Quoting: Facts>feelings


Absolutely.

Please do. I think not feeling 'alone' is the whole point.
 Quoting: Seer777


Well what came to mind after reading about snips was a friend of mine who was actually the brother of one of my girlfriends when I was 18/19. He was 22 but we hit it off famously. No one could keep up with either one of us. It was like chasing two cheetahs and we could go for days.

He died in a car wreck going fast. Or rather had a horrific accident and ended up pinned to the roof of his hotrod by the steering wheel being lodged into his chest. If you can imagine the angles that would take on you can imagine the mess the car was. They found him upside down in the car that way with a broke neck and sternum among various other broken bones. He was still lucid though because the pressure from the steering column had kept the nerves in his neck from separating yet. They new when they took him out his neck would finish breaking and the nerve would either tear or break.

So they had ppl come to him for hours in a field on a back road and let him hang upside down making phone calls and saying goodbye to those who could make it.


He was a barely lucid vegetable for 6 months. Barely conscious but remembering faces and voices. A soul trapped in a broken freshly cage. Connection with his mind was excruciating. He was in hell begging to get out. That is what it felt like to him. We finally made the call and brought in hospice.

Took him 9 days to die. The family believed in burying their own. Ill never forget the sound of the dirt hitting the casket. They gave me the first shovel.
 Quoting: Facts>feelings


...My friend also died in a car accident. I 'dreamed' about it the night before. Then warred with myself whether to 'say anything'. I didn't...



Do you think consciousness exists outside the brain in the sense humanity comes to understand and rely on?

It is so scary to think otherwise.

Is 'Self consciousness' simply a function of the supercomputer of the brain? That once broken can never again processes properly?

Or only after death is able to fix the broken circuits. In that sense.
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
~Seneca
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You are very strong willed facts, I can tell that much.
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It's that or show the world my belly. Ftw.
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No worries.

I suppose I have been walking through the 'valley of the shadow of death' for the last few or so.


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Would me sharing my ghost stories really serve as an empathetic act? My life has been excessively brutal in many ways. Ill share though if you like.
 Quoting: Facts>feelings


Absolutely.

Please do. I think not feeling 'alone' is the whole point.
 Quoting: Seer777


Well what came to mind after reading about snips was a friend of mine who was actually the brother of one of my girlfriends when I was 18/19. He was 22 but we hit it off famously. No one could keep up with either one of us. It was like chasing two cheetahs and we could go for days.

He died in a car wreck going fast. Or rather had a horrific accident and ended up pinned to the roof of his hotrod by the steering wheel being lodged into his chest. If you can imagine the angles that would take on you can imagine the mess the car was. They found him upside down in the car that way with a broke neck and sternum among various other broken bones. He was still lucid though because the pressure from the steering column had kept the nerves in his neck from separating yet. They new when they took him out his neck would finish breaking and the nerve would either tear or break.

So they had ppl come to him for hours in a field on a back road and let him hang upside down making phone calls and saying goodbye to those who could make it.


He was a barely lucid vegetable for 6 months. Barely conscious but remembering faces and voices. A soul trapped in a broken fleshly cage. Connection with his mind was excruciating. He was in hell begging to get out. That is what it felt like to him. We finally made the call and brought in hospice.

Took him 9 days to die. The family believed in burying their own. Ill never forget the sound of the dirt hitting the casket. They gave me the first shovel.
 Quoting: Facts>feelings




....

It must have left quite the impression on you
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I hear ya facts.
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I can see that realm where they all go. I usually am left alone. They often ask for passage before so there is peace in my understandings. Its a very sacred thing not to be done thru smoke in mirrors. I'm familiar with a few but mainly just help with the never alone thing the communications I use.

I've been focusing more on aethral gates and alchemy for my realities enhhanced perspective.

They don't understand time per say. Back before they know it. I have a higher understanding naturally as far as it being self to mourn the dead.

Although I'm not proud per say for my apathy in life and death I'm learnking to guage my scope and perscpective regarding such matters.

Do you miss them? Emotion is key element in some of the darker alchemies.
 Quoting: HilosPP


I can't tell if I'm emotional or not, personally. I could be effectively an autist with the typical extremely effective 'savant style' processing put towards a sort of synthesis of cultural values


....


Eh, Facts? That's totally it, right? Nailed it that time, didn't I?
 Quoting: Vash


You don't want to be me bro. Trust me. I'm a tornado made of bricks.

Try to get close to me and see what happens. Cool to look at though.
 Quoting: Facts>feelings


.... maybe I'm hoping for a jab

Then again I'm not really sure what I'm talking about
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Would me sharing my ghost stories really serve as an empathetic act? My life has been excessively brutal in many ways. Ill share though if you like.
 Quoting: Facts>feelings


Absolutely.

Please do. I think not feeling 'alone' is the whole point.
 Quoting: Seer777


Well what came to mind after reading about snips was a friend of mine who was actually the brother of one of my girlfriends when I was 18/19. He was 22 but we hit it off famously. No one could keep up with either one of us. It was like chasing two cheetahs and we could go for days.

He died in a car wreck going fast. Or rather had a horrific accident and ended up pinned to the roof of his hotrod by the steering wheel being lodged into his chest. If you can imagine the angles that would take on you can imagine the mess the car was. They found him upside down in the car that way with a broke neck and sternum among various other broken bones. He was still lucid though because the pressure from the steering column had kept the nerves in his neck from separating yet. They new when they took him out his neck would finish breaking and the nerve would either tear or break.

So they had ppl come to him for hours in a field on a back road and let him hang upside down making phone calls and saying goodbye to those who could make it.


He was a barely lucid vegetable for 6 months. Barely conscious but remembering faces and voices. A soul trapped in a broken freshly cage. Connection with his mind was excruciating. He was in hell begging to get out. That is what it felt like to him. We finally made the call and brought in hospice.

Took him 9 days to die. The family believed in burying their own. Ill never forget the sound of the dirt hitting the casket. They gave me the first shovel.
 Quoting: Facts>feelings


...My friend also died in a car accident. I 'dreamed' about it the night before. Then warred with myself whether to 'say anything'. I didn't...



Do you think consciousness exists outside the brain in the sense humanity comes to understand and rely on?

It is so scary to think otherwise.

Is 'Self consciousness' simply a function of the supercomputer of the brain? That once broken can never again processes properly?

Or only after death is able to fix the broken circuits. In that sense.
 Quoting: Seer777


Like you I can only hope there is a peace and reconciliation of self free from the emotional pain the flesh held.

His mind while in that traumatic state was one of the most ghoulish things I've ever experienced. Trying to make deals, emotional pleas to take his place, gibbering madly....madness.

He was unapologetically into the dark arts still being young and was immensely talented.

A warning to those reading.
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Gates for those kind of passings, soul from body, they are etched in the light patterns of time proceeding and emotionally replicated thru increasing the vibration of the one who has passed. This is key to finding flip in more recent deaths and opening up objective gates.

Sorry drifted, but your point of seeing it before; some can see fainter hints of the light, more like forecasted shadows honestly. Also depends on level of bond depending on natural ability, but if they want to let you know, you know.
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Justice found
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Would me sharing my ghost stories really serve as an empathetic act? My life has been excessively brutal in many ways. Ill share though if you like.
 Quoting: Facts>feelings


Absolutely.

Please do. I think not feeling 'alone' is the whole point.
 Quoting: Seer777


Well what came to mind after reading about snips was a friend of mine who was actually the brother of one of my girlfriends when I was 18/19. He was 22 but we hit it off famously. No one could keep up with either one of us. It was like chasing two cheetahs and we could go for days.

He died in a car wreck going fast. Or rather had a horrific accident and ended up pinned to the roof of his hotrod by the steering wheel being lodged into his chest. If you can imagine the angles that would take on you can imagine the mess the car was. They found him upside down in the car that way with a broke neck and sternum among various other broken bones. He was still lucid though because the pressure from the steering column had kept the nerves in his neck from separating yet. They new when they took him out his neck would finish breaking and the nerve would either tear or break.

So they had ppl come to him for hours in a field on a back road and let him hang upside down making phone calls and saying goodbye to those who could make it.


He was a barely lucid vegetable for 6 months. Barely conscious but remembering faces and voices. A soul trapped in a broken fleshly cage. Connection with his mind was excruciating. He was in hell begging to get out. That is what it felt like to him. We finally made the call and brought in hospice.

Took him 9 days to die. The family believed in burying their own. Ill never forget the sound of the dirt hitting the casket. They gave me the first shovel.
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It must have left quite the impression on you
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Some scars leave a depression, others stick up for all to see.
It did scar me.

In regards to your original response;

"savant style' processing put towards a sort of synthesis of cultural values"

Yes pi that is very very close.
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Gates for those kind of passings, soul from body, they are etched in the light patterns of time proceeding and emotionally replicated thru increasing the vibration of the one who has passed. This is key to finding flip in more recent deaths and opening up objective gates.

Sorry drifted, but your point of seeing it before; some can see fainter hints of the light, more like forecasted shadows honestly. Also depends on level of bond depending on natural ability, but if they want to let you know, you know.
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I had, had a sexual relationship with him in college. One of the few... But not thought of him in years and years.

Until the night before he died. When I dreamed of his death. And was too cowardly to contact him regarding.
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
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I can see that realm where they all go. I usually am left alone. They often ask for passage before so there is peace in my understandings. Its a very sacred thing not to be done thru smoke in mirrors. I'm familiar with a few but mainly just help with the never alone thing the communications I use.

I've been focusing more on aethral gates and alchemy for my realities enhhanced perspective.

They don't understand time per say. Back before they know it. I have a higher understanding naturally as far as it being self to mourn the dead.

Although I'm not proud per say for my apathy in life and death I'm learnking to guage my scope and perscpective regarding such matters.

Do you miss them? Emotion is key element in some of the darker alchemies.
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I can't tell if I'm emotional or not, personally. I could be effectively an autist with the typical extremely effective 'savant style' processing put towards a sort of synthesis of cultural values


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Eh, Facts? That's totally it, right? Nailed it that time, didn't I?
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You don't want to be me bro. Trust me. I'm a tornado made of bricks.

Try to get close to me and see what happens. Cool to look at though.
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.... maybe I'm hoping for a jab

Then again I'm not really sure what I'm talking about
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I can only say that I know that there is.

I can feel it.... and frankly, I'm pretty God-damn negative most of the time

I figure it counts for something.




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