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Shameless Free Promo by Anonymous on April 12th, 2014, 6:54 am
Alright, I totally don't know this guy and I'm not getting paid or anything to promote his music (even though that would be cool), but I want to share with you this guy. I also hate the previous sentence, but I can't figure out how to make it flow better at the moment. Anyway, this guy John D. Boswell has this youtube channel melodysheep. He takes quotes from science documentaries and remixes them into songs, which is basically the coolest thing ever! http://melodysheep.bandcamp.com/ <-- This is his bandcamp right here, the science stuff is under the album titled "Symphony of Science", though he also remixes some movies and famous people. I'm going to insert a youtube video of one of my favorite songs, because yeah this is my blog and I can do what I want. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8g4d-rnhuSg Maybe I'll add another song because yeah whatever. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7e5-0t0pTF0...

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Good=Bad=Good by Anonymous on August 25th, 2012, 1:15 pm
When words like good, beautiful, light, positive, nice and all the likes are associated with objects, ideas, lifestyle etc, we generally become receptive and eager to open our arms. However, when we hear the opposites like bad, dark, negative etc, we ignore, shut the door or observe with caution from a distance.
The big questions however; What is good? What is bad? What is positive? What is negative? How were these words defined? What if we switched things around for a day? Could your world be better if your good was bad and your bad good? I think there is no such thing as good or bad. People fear what they don’t understand, tag it ‘Bad’ and embrace the easy or endorsed path as ‘Good’.
The desire to understand in the midst of complications, build a perception on what works for you and strike a balance where necessary is what sets you apart. Echoes of nature;life in the Jungle; Understanding;Perception;Balance!!
Quote: “The value of light is measured in the magnitude of darkness”
~The Chame-Li...

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Vitruvian Man 2 by Anonymous on August 26th, 2010, 6:53 pm
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messiah at an ungodly hour blues by Anonymous on April 8th, 2014, 2:59 am
so ive been ashing my death sticks in an opaque bottle the color of midnight with a strangely geometric relief to the surface... deep relief... more like bumps or lumps in glass flesh... (**)... i plan on adding some chicken wing bones that i will char in my bbq grill... then i can seal it up until i Aladin or some Jasmine comes along and pours it out... then instead of a genie... i'll have a phoenix...
not that some vivid concept as an installation on a pedestal titled... 'its not a genie its a phoenix'... mixed media labeled below... and my name... my title of authority... meaning all that one is Authoritative and Right of is the Self labeled as such... just as a rose has only one other name that i seem to be forgetting because it always belongs to someone else when you try to think of it by directly concieving of what name it would be...
some things dont exist because they have no thing to name them back... just them and the universe... thats right... ill resist...

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Poem I by Hendrick Laursen on August 22nd, 2014, 3:19 am
Why we do know not, what is the truth.

How much I regret that, very last day of you
That my philosophy of life, was then due to.
Yours eyes wide open, directed to Sun
A thin line of tears, of your eyes had run.
Orient was dying behind the mountains
Orange was the sky, bemoaning fountains.
Western sky bloody, horizons red
Eastern sky gloomy, like the death's bed.
The truth was naked, ahead of our sight
Just death didn't give you enough might.
Hence you didn't know the prime truth then.
This was why we do, not know the truth.
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