Thursday, 9 April 2009
08:24:18 PM (GMT)
April 9, 2009
As written by obsessed Jess (HA! That rhymed!)
Some of them want to use you. Some of them want to be used by you. Some of them
want to abuse you. Some of them want to be abused.
Listening to: Sweet Dreams (Are made of This) - Eurythmics
Mood: Feelin' okay.
Almost as catchy as that Spinzaku song.
Slept in late today, to 10:00. Felt groggy, lazy when jumping out of bed. Woke up
thirty minutes later.
Practiced Piano and Cello. Almost done with Cello, procrastinating on the computer.
Person on Gaia keeps harassing me. :P Can't get much done there.
I'm thinking of watching Serial Experiments Lain all over again. It is WICKED
for an anime series that's older than Bleach and Naruto and Code Geass. No one really
gets it, but that's part of the awesome-ness.
For those who want to know a little bit more 'bout Serial Experiments Lain:
Lain is an average 14-year-old attending Junior High. One day, however, her friends
are receiving this e-mail from a girl who's committed suicide.
You're not supposed to get mail from someone who's dead, right?
The e-mail claims that she isn't dead, she's just discarded her body and gone into
the Wired (Serial Experiments Lain's version of the internet, only much, much
different). Everyone thinks that this is just a really mean prank, but Lain decides
to find out more about it.
And she gets connected to the Wired in a way that is irreversible.......
Once we're all connected, you can't escape.
In my opinion, one of the best anime series ever. Very, very cyberpunk. For a series
that's a little old, awesome animation too.
Please check it out.
Did I just skip lunch? Yeah, I think I did.
MUST OM NOM NOM FOOD SOON.
Oh, and if you were actually wondering about the title, that's my excuse and
justification for procrastinating. Time doesn't exist anyways! Can you hold it? Can
you see it? How do you know it's there? It's a measurement. But it DOES technically
exist. Time as an object does not, but the concept does. Time is time, what we call
the passing of things. It keeps order, structures societies, gives balance.
Time is a metaphysical (BIG WORD HERE, SORRY) concept, like evil. You can't kill
evil. You can kill evil things, sure, but you can't kill evil. Evil is a
description, a state (See: Van Von Hunter).
Graaah, need some food now.