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This is for the Night People
This is for the Night People
What's sad, I think, is that I waited for hours after I was home to write this. I was expecting to find something I could pin this onto, but no. It wasn't until I downloaded all the photos off my 2 digitals that I found the clouds. I was coming out of Sonic Boom at Bathurst and Bloor on the weekend. Grindhouse was playing at the Bloor. I had been selling some cd's. Nothing special, till I looked up crossing the street. Crossing a 4-lane takes about 15 seconds, barring traffic. Let's do some TTC math. How long does it take to get from one station to the next on the Bloor-Danforth line? Roughly 60 seconds, on average. From the point the doors open till they close is another 30 seconds. Halve that 30 for the time it takes you to get on and off, and you have one and a half minutes for each stop on the line you're in the train. So, how long does it take to get from Bloor\Yonge to Donlands? That's 6 stops, plus Bloor\Yonge. How long? Today, it felt longer than 9 minutes. Eastbound to Woodbine, I board the last car on the train. Usually there are less folk at the end. As I was getting on, a girl came down the stairs. White army cap, pink low-cut sleeveless summer shirt, white pants, and white sandals. She was carrying a black knapsack and a green shoulder bag. No makeup or jewelry. Blonde, short hair. Almost an explosion of gold. Very cool. Then I saw the look on her face. She was bawling her eyes out. This wasn't weepy, half-hearted crying. This was agony so bad she couldn't compose herself. Every second of those 9 minutes between Bloor and Donlands she weeped. Weep is the right word here. Head in her hands. Heart in her throat. Eye-burning pain. I don't know what happened to her. Any number of things. Fill in the blank with the one time you thought your world was ending. Multiply by sorrow, divide by heartache, and carry the difference. This was one of the few times I didn't have tissues or a handkerchief. And what do you say to someone you don't know? I could offer nothing. All I could do was sit there. And watch. Just like you're watching me now. We are all alike in that. Which leads me to Peter Kropotkin. I bet you didn't see that one coming. Kropotkin was a first-generation anarchist. We're not talking Sex Pistols anarchy here; we're talking anarchism the political movement which says that, unlike Communism and socialism, people are inherently capable of self-organizing and sharing resources without recourse to an actual government, property of any kind, or police. It's a nice theory, but a theory that has never seen implementation. Nobody knows if it will really work. I like to think it could. It would be an interesting world to live in. One of the more interesting fictional interpretations of anarchism is Ursula LeGuin's science-fiction masterpiece The Dispossessed. It's set on a world with a habitable moon, and the anarchists have left to colonize it. Shevek, an anarchist scientist, discovers a new type of math that could lead to real-time interstellar communication. But to finish the equations, he needs to return to the capitalist planet. The rest of the book is a meditation on how political systems work. And how they effect the people that are governed by them. At one point in the book, Shevek is arguing with his friends over the nature of anarchism, and they can't understand his point of view. He finally tells them a story of how he witnessed a plane crash, and the pilot survived, horrifically burned. Nothing could be done to save him, and he lived for hours in constant, intense pain. All Shevek could do was sit beside him. And watch. His friends protest, saying, "But Shevek, you're denying brotherhood!" He responds, "No. No, I'm not denying it. I'm telling you where I think it starts. It starts in shared pain." Of course, the start is not the finish. I'm not sure if I could have done anything for this woman. But I can say this: it was shared. I've been there. Most of us have been there. Maybe all of us. We are, all of us, just passing through. And we all bleed. "It's not a question but a lesson learned in time, For what it's worth, it was worth all the while, It's something unpredictable, but in the end is right, I hope you had the time of your life." -- Green Day
day100 |tue,8 apr,08| 100 days,13 things
day100 |tue,8 apr,08| 100 days,13 things
I can't believe I got to day 100... amazing. I'm proud of myself. xD To celebrate, I've joined the 13 things group, so here's the list. 13 things you didn't know about me and won't make a difference if you do know. 1. only child No brothers or sisters.I don't like it but it has it's advantages sometimes... 2. tomboy(ish) I was a tomboy 'till I started dating Keoshi-Love. When I was a kid, I kept my hair short or in a ponytail and often wore caps - t-shirts and jeans ruled my wardrobe. Sometimes people would mistaken me for a boy.I grew up in a neighborhood where the only girl beside me liked to play doctors and weddings...I tried it once. I swore to never do it again. 3. procrastinator I'm a helpless procrastinator. I always tell myself that I must change...but I keep procrastinating that aswell. 4. size p I am...Petite. I can never find jeans my size, so most of my jeans are baggy. It's the same with shoes... I have tiny cinderella feet (xD), so it's hard to find shoes that I like and that fit me, at the same time... 5. skills I've been drawing since...forever. I stuck a pen in my eye once - I was 9 months old.Never stopped since then. Drawing, I mean.Most of the times I like the stuff I draw... I'm also a good cook and I bake delicious things. ^_^ 6. hobbies Ballet,flute,swimming,painting,tennis,kenpo,kickboxing... Ballet,started when I was 4, dropped it when I was 11.Swimming, started when I was 9, dropped when I was 13.Tennis,started when I was 13, dropped when I was 17.Kenpo and kickboxing, started when I was 14, dropped when I was 17. The other stuff was in between. 7. hateful I'm a fairly nice person and tend to get along well with everyone, I try my best, anyway. But! there're a couple of people I actually HATE in this world...I mean, the-world-would-be-a-better-place-without-them kind of hate.But if they keep out of my life, I'm happy enough. I've got my reasons, don't think I'm a bad person... 8. milk I don't drink it.I hate the smell and the taste... 9. drinks and flavors my favorite drinks: water, tea and coffee, all of them I drink in massive quantities, on a daily basis. I don't drink coke, diet coke or any of the sort...I stopped drinking those on my first year of college, when I had a lab experience with coke - the smell was disgusting and I learned that 100 ml of coke hold up 8 grams (that's two teaspoons of granulated sugar, for you) of sugar. 100ml is like...1/4 (maybe less) of a normal glass, so you do the math. I love chocolate and chocolate flavored things... I like strawberries but strawberry flavored things make me nauseous. 10. skirts I realized this last saturday: I tried on some skirts and I actually liked what I saw and I told Keoshi-Love "right, that's it! I'm gonna start wearing skirts every now and then!" and yesterday I remembered I say this every year around this time of the year...I never really buy one, though, because when I try them on, by myself, I think I look like a dork. 11. t(issues) I hate blowing up my nose in public and I never do it on the same tissue twice. I do it once, I make a little ball out of it and throw it out. I admire people that blow their noses more than 2 times on the same tissue and in the end it almost looks like an origami piece of art. 12. journal I keep journals since I was 9. I have tons...Ever since I started college, I write almost everyday, before I go to bed. Someday, I'd like to make a book out of it. 13. Love I Love my family, my friends my pets. I Love Keoshi-Love with all my heart and soul and would die for Him if I had to. edit:I forgot to say: I'm a hopeless romantic and truly believe in Happy, Happy endings. ta-da!

i heart math t shirt
i heart math t shirt
I Heart You, You Haunt Me
Girl meets boy.
Girl loses boy.
Girl gets boy back...
...sort of.
Ava can't see him or touch him, unless she's dreaming. She can't hear his voice, except for the faint whispers in her mind. Most would think she's crazy, but she knows he's here.
Jackson. The boy Ava thought she'd spend the rest of her life with. He's back from the dead, as proof that love truly knows no bounds.

Girl meets boy.
Girl loses boy.
Girl gets boy back...
...sort of.
Ava can't see him or touch him, unless she's dreaming. She can't hear his voice, except for the faint whispers in her mind. Most would think she's crazy, but she knows he's here.
Jackson. The boy Ava thought she'd spend the rest of her life with. He's back from the dead, as proof that love truly knows no bounds.

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