Saturday, November 10, 2012

DIY Dentistry

Random Playlist/mix tape for the day:
(it's all about the order)

'Breezeblocks' - Alt-J
'Bang Bang Bang' - Mark Ronson & The Business Intl
'Simple Song' - The Shins
'Transdermal Celebration' -Ween
'Trembling Hands' -The Temper Trap
'Five Seconds' - Twin Shadow
'Tesselate' -Alt-J
'The Puritan' - Blur
'212' -Azealia Banks
'Hold the Line' - Major Lazer
'Trick Me' - Kelis
'Ghosts' - he Presets
'Saint Etienne' - Language Lab

p.s don't get too deep into MMO games or you might find you have less time to spend on other matters...
got a new job though and so far it's pretty sweet, could just be the honeymoon phase, but I'm hoping not, I can definitely say it is an improvement on the last one, that was shitty as... but I did it for roughly seven years, so I guess I can't moan too much, but during that time I spent four months in South East Asia, survived several massive earthquakes and a car crash, had two nervous breakdowns and got a whole new perceptive on everything, but those are other stories for other venues of other lifetimes of other dimensions, of not wanting to tell anyone that there is no way they can actually prove this life is real, but don't want people to use that as an excuse to not give a fuck, cos it seems pretty real and the consequences of what we do later on are real as fuck... religion is a good starting point for looking at the world but you have to combine compassion and charity with a broad knowledge of the worlds of science, academia, the arts and not close your mind to new ideas, but really challenge every thought, prophecy, prediction, method, stereotype, excuse, pretext, if it doesn't work after careful thought, reject it and keep moving forward, expose all actions to scrutiny, if a pattern or habit is good, then keep it, if not then you should really not.... but it's a bit of a balancing act really.. so just take on board what I've said, but mix it with other things you know to be true and then look for the next way we can improve things, without hurting what we've got.. remembering our brains are full of chemicals before we even start putting more in there...

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