Axver (axver) wrote,

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I would put a more imaginative subject here ... but no.

Am I too lazy to update today? Obviously not.

Firstly, Fritz and I have come to an agreement of sorts. Starting Monday and lasting for an entire week, he is going to go without listening to any Linkin Park and I'm going to go without listening to any U2. Every day we'll update with our progress. Now, how long does everyone think I'll last without U2? Will I make the full week? Five days? Four? Make your guesses now!

Secondly, I must correct some erroneous statements I made earlier this week. Gabby of RPGC is not such a bad admin after all; a lot of things that happened were not her fault.

Thirdly, I appreciate all the music suggestions that have been made so far. I would ask to keep them coming ... only problem is, I don't really have the money available to go out and splurge on CDs, and I have my dodgy download limit to contend with (which will hopefully be gone in November). I'm going to try the library - as long as I remember - and see what they have. Hopefully they'll have some of what I'm looking for.

Fourthly, you didn't e-mail me, Lauren. 3vil chyld. (This 3vil chyld also owes me a lot in the comment-reply department)

Ah, rain. (Yes, this is fifthly) It's been raining over the last few days, which is fantastic for the drought. Fantastic anyway, seeing I love rain. Apparently the anticlimactic storm we had was more exciting/terrifying elsewhere, uprooting trees, smashing windows, and causing other forms of destruction. Sometimes I really, really love where I live. Storms tend to hit other suburbs but just pass right by mine. It's lovely. But I better not speak too soon, seeing we're approaching storm season.

Sixthly, I am a terrible procrastinator. I was going to start my SOR assignment in the first week of the holidays. I am yet to start it and it's only a couple of days until I have to go back. I'm such an 3vil chyld. Anyhow, I'll do some work on it tonight. I've also been meaning to do some work on that story idea I came up with whilst in Melbourne, so I might do that.

Seventhly, I got up late - by recent standards - today at 8am, and I HATED IT. It's already past 1pm. Where's the day gone? I love getting up around 6:30-7am ... even earlier would be nice, but I'd have to go to bed earlier than I'd like. I just love the early morning, and when I get up early, the day seems to drag by, which is great on the holidays because it makes them feel longer. I doubt I'll return to my days of sleeping in until 11am or later.

Eighthly, I'm ready for the laughing gas. Good bob, that place is hilarious.

Ninthly, go here, look up your favourite band, and odds are you'll find yourself either amused or annoyed by the blatant hypocrisy of the authors and their incredible lack of understanding of ANYTHING. Sheesh, no wonder I sometimes avoid calling myself a Christian ... I can't believe so many professing Christians miss the point of what faith is about and try to act like they're so much better than everyone else. Hypocrites. I bet if Jesus came back today He'd do exactly the same thing to them that He did to the Pharisees. This website annoys me ... the reviews of U2's Pop and ATYCLB are the worst and most inaccurate I've ever read; some of you may remember the rebuttals I posted on here a while ago. They'll be up on my website soon. I mean it ... I've been procrastinating with updating my website for far too long.

Coming Back To Life
By Pink Floyd

Where were you when I was burned and broken
While the days slipped by from my window watching
And where were you when I was hurt and I was helpless
Because the things you say and the things you do surround me
While you were hanging yourself on someone else's words
Dying to believe in what you heard
I was staring straight into the shining sun

Lost in thought and lost in time
While the seeds of life and the seeds of change were planted
Outside the rain fell dark and slow
While I pondered on this dangerous but irresistible pastime
I took a heavenly ride through our silence
I knew the moment had arrived
For killing the past and coming back to life

I took a heavenly ride through our silence
I knew the waiting had begun
And headed straight into the shining sun

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