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Discussion in 'Friends and Family' started by CaseytheMuppet, Oct 30, 2012.
That's probably why I've had headaches all week. Thinking is painful for me.
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Sarge Nye the Science Guy!
Wait, when did this turn into the make a Sarge Song thread? Oh, wait, that was me.
My head still hurts.
I've been thinking about facts and opinions today as part of my reflecting and creating philosophy thing that I am trying and writing about it in my brand new journal...so that was my thinking for the day.
I've been thinking about how my life basically hasn't turned anything like I planned. -_-
That's like I have had to learn to never trust my instincts, because it seems like no matter what instinct, foresight, premonition, prediction, gut-feeling I may have, the results ALWAYS turn out to be the exact opposite.
I know right? I basically had the whole white picket fence planned but pshh as I've found out life had different plans for me. Not that they've been necessecarily bad but sometimes it gets me down to play the "what if" scenario. *shrugs*
What made me think? Well, "think" is a strong word for me today. I'm trying to think about what to say at my interview. But, one side of my brain is feeling humiliated, panicky and having a complete break down while the other side is smacking panicky in the face and shouting, "Pull yourself together, goshdarnit! We have bigger things to worry about!"
And now, you have witnessed my inner psyche.
Aww you'll be okay!!! Hang in there!!!
Thinking it would be amusing and possibly a little introspective/useful to do a Tarot spread tonight; I haven't in a while. I have a Halloween deck but was too braindead to bother with it last night.
Thinking I have tomorrow OFF for the first time in a few weeks. Woohoo! Stay up all night, make chai scones and gingerbread tea, write like heck and sleep in!
After almost a year of being unable to download updates, and my being unable to convince it to start updating by going into the control panel and changing the settings, my computer has regained the ability to update itself. Bwuh? To make it weirder, for a while my computer was not wanting to boot into Windows properly after I updated the MS security software. (YES, the official software, not no stoopid malware.) I scanned it in Safe Mode and found no uglies, and now it's working again for some reason, and it has started downloading all those missed updates. As I'm on dialup, that's gonna take a looooong time.
Still, what kept it from updating itself for so long, and what fixed it?
The alignment of celestial objects that only happen once a century.
Thinking: My own fallibility has spun me into a dizzying whirlwind of self-doubt. I seem to follow the same pattern of crushes EVERY SINGLE TIME despite the fact that it has, each one of those times, led to nothing good. I'm talking about actual feelings based on personal interactions, not "oh-I-like-this-actor" stuff.
Ack. I will not succumb to this again. I am rational d--it! I am rational! Aaaaaa!
My philosophy homework. This isn't philosophy...this is weird math -_-
I'm sure you can handle it.
I'm reading a book about a guy in the future living under a corrupt government, who has way too much power. He doesn't even think anything is wrong with the government, and thinks his life is great. Stories like these always make me wonder if that's true with our lives.
I'm still don't think I can think, I don't think...
Actually...wait...no...the guy hated his life :/
No, it's called Clockwork Angels. It's a Rush book. XD (Of course ) It came out last year. I've read portions of 1984, I gotta finish that sometime.
It's interesting because he just thinks it's normal life.
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