Entry 3: Thoughts

List of thoughts:

  1. No more homeless pets and feed the homeless could be soulutions to each others problems. There is not reason that this shouldn’t work unless you value something more than a human solely because it is cute. cute things are food too. 
  2. Lables are extreamly difficult to get off of some bottles and easy to get off of others. What is the difference in these labels and why are some drink companies such bastards about it? glue or malice.
  3. Honey, just what the hell is it?
  4. Organic foods, really worth the hype?
  5. Reading is supposed to be intellectually stimulating. Yet can some litteratue be as brain numbing TV?
  6. Hats: a progression over the centuries. From coonskin to baseball, from yammicas to turbans to beenies. How hats relfect culture and times.
  7. Properway to trim fingernails for guitar picking.
  8. Music: quality not entiriely based on perception: some of it actually sucks.
  9. Why science fiction is simular to country music: though there is some that is really really good. most of it sucks
  10. Why Lord of the Rings, Avatar and Inception are just not that good.
  11. Judging wine, beer, art, music, food, and film based on non professional and very inept grounds.
  12. Space.
  13. Things to read: Philosophy, fiction, biographies  histories, maths, and sciences.
  14. Religion
  15. cooking. A lot of very easy to make food that is awesome.
  16. Charity, how to do it and the best place to put your time and money.
  17. Call center jobs: How you being an ass hole to telemarketers has proablily lead to suicides. But its okay because they dont have souls
  18. Whiskey Vs. Vodka. challenge?
  19. Whiskey Vs. Gin. accepted!
  20. Developing late in life accents.
  21. Do English people really have accents or are they just faking it?
  22. Stephen Hawking, Predecessor to Darth Vader?
  23. College…Really worth it?
  24. Best approach to get into carpentry.
  25. Chess Vs. Go: Clear winner but why
  26. Why Go is better than chess
  27. Why I have a hatred for Go
  28. Multiple base arthimitic. Learn bionary.
  29. Learning journal. I need to know java
  30. and spanish
  31. and politics.
  32. Why i cannot follow politics with any effeciency.
  33. Humming bird feeder design

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Entry 2: Tables

Remember walking into your room to search for an item that you swear you placed on a table not even an hour ago, only to find that that item has vanished? At that moment the world seems to break down ever so slightly. Your since of security and understanding is shaken for a moment as your foundation shifts. Usually this feeling is short lived as you soon relies that you actually placed that item in your coat pocket, or you see that you had placed it on the other corner table. These moments carry a sense of both frustration and humility, at least for me, as i see my ability to even control my own personal surroundings  lacks. Also, i dont believe i am alone in this and that it is indeed part of humanity.

Before you start to make any judgements that claim i have some issues with control and that this is an underlying problem that is manifesting itself please hear me out.

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Consider a table, any table. what a table is, and what it is used for. Really all a table is is an elevated surface that is used to place things on. Devoid of material, design, placement, and specific function this is the essence of a table.

A table does not necessarily hold things more efficiently than the ground does, in fact you could say that the ground has many advantages over the table since the possibility of object falling and/or breaking is significantly lower on the ground than on a table of any height. However, we (that is us) have a particular desire not to have things sitting on the ground, whether for convenience or ascetics  The ground is only a good place for a few certain things, and most of those things are tables. We place tables on the ground, that is furniture (all furniture is just different variations of tables e.g. a bed is  table for your body) and every thing else we place on tables.

If a table were to have consciousness, its entire thought would be on how to hold things, what things it was holding, if it was holding them well enough, and what opportunity may the future present for holding. If fact the tables well being and disposition would be entirely centered around how it held things. a Happy table would be one that full field its holding duty properly and a sad table would be one that fails to holding duty. You could say that tables run the entire gambit of emotion based on to what degree they fulfill their purpose.

However, as you should expect, tables to do not feel emotion and do not have consciousness  Rather it is us ( that is we ) who hold stake in a tables functioning. really the ground could be used for everything we need.  we could read on the ground, store books on the ground, study on the ground, write on the ground, sleep on the ground, eat on the ground, work on the ground, nearly every activity of your life could be just as well accomplished on the ground.However, this does not suit us. We use tables to regulate our environment on a very basic level. they are used for organization and comfort ( shelves and beds) for working ( desks) for display ( many pieces of art are put on selves) not to mention for eating. all these activities result in the need for many many different tables, So much of what we do requires them that our lives become filled with tables.

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And we do not stop there. The elevated surface is not enough in of its self. The material is of importance. a hard material is needed if it is used as a work bench, and padding and sheets are required if a person will be sitting or sleeping on it. a table is made out of nicely finished wood if it is to help entertain companies or it is made of steel to support heavy machinery. We choose are tables to suit us, to suit our needs and to provide the environment that we wish to spend our time in.

Now, after we put so much of our needs and wants into our tables when we use them we do so in a very deliberate matter (weather we mean to or not). When we place a drink on a coffee table we have assurance that that is its proper place. The drink is sitting there, it is resting, and even though we are not holding it the drink is still ours, it is still in our possession. If you walk into a room and see a drink sitting on a table do you not assume it is in use? like wise, if you see the drink on the floor is it not strange and you wonder if someone forgot about it or if it is just litter? So having this control and these ideas of owner ship of both objects and space is it not melancholy when that item goes missing.

Really the only thing that isnt a table is a hook, and you dont want to get me started on hooks.

Now for you, more pictures of tables

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beer and thoughts on first enetry

  1. amn it. This is the second damn time that i taped my mouse pad and deleted my whole entry. Finally learned to turn the pad off when i have something atleast mildly lengthy to type and will not be needing it. Lessoned learned but at a heavy cost. Now i will continue what has been destroyed. 

    This is an image of the last bit of a home brewed rye pale ale that i have enjoyed over the past few weeks.  I was actually a bit sad after i slurped down the last drop because i have no good beer in line. You see, it takes about a month for a beer to be ready to be consumed after you have finished brewing. I am still a few months out from having the pumpkin and honey beers ( two seperate batches) that i’ve had going.) furthermore, those beers are a group project, both brewed and paid for by a group, so the whole bundle will not be going to me and mine, sadly. So there is another lesson learned, always have something in line or rather on the go, for when you run out. 

    I suppose this ideal could be applied further than just wanting to have my delicious intoxicating beverages available and made into a life lesson. All ways have something in line, or a backup if you will, for what ever you may be doing. 

    If your attempting to cook a hashbrown breakfast for the first time make sure you at least have some oatmeal to fall back on after the potatoes are singed ( i dont think that is spelled correctly, i meant it as a intersting synonym for burnt) If you want to follow your dreams as an artist, make sure you have a career to fall back on. If your going to a gun fight, be sure to have an ankle strap. if your intertaing children, have a spongebob type. rock climbing, bring rope. Going to family gathering, download lots of music and pod cast to phone. safty nets people. safetly nets.

    So there is a powerful life lesson that i have learned from beer, or at least had beer reinforce. 

     
     
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    Ah. First time starting a blog and i think there could be many good things to come of this.  Have not done much wringing since i finished my last log at the end of high school, and in a way i’m glad i haven’t been able to keep one up though out college. However, the time now seems right.

    Not expecting many people to see this, if any at all. So i will look at it as a great way to store my information, creations, research, and ideas.  Not only will this make for good future reading, but will also help me develop a deeper understanding of the things that interest me (best way to make sure you know something is to see if you can clearly communicate it. especially though writing), and over time improve my writing. 

    Looking at this as a test entryImage

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