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Blog entry by dragonfly posted 09-02-2009 07:03 AM 2650 reads 0 times favorited 1 comment Add to Favorites Watch

to me and my knoweledge of what is left right and not aloen there are circulation systems and then there are circulation systems what i mean is i am sort of in a Direct Current type. i don’t read by subscription or perscription but scann where i stand. i retain the impurities as nutrients for some one else and don’t try to consume that what or y that is not mine. i hope i don’t drift into a discussion of ligumes vs plaster boards i like the warmth of walls around my being and punctuation is the nails of the structure and spelling the kind of wood. i like to talk about tecknology from a real time line awarness. not a get it now economy. so i haven’t alienated all but the die hard english reader i would like you to comment on my use as well as the lumberger of my meanings. written in a message is probably proper. there is fung shue in building a home as well as where things end up. symbols in motion and their locational identities play a vital role inthe overall satisfaction of a home. the hammer needs to hit the nail and the saw doesn’t wan’t rust so time taken to avoid is well spent. not the nail. there are many ways to karmeticaly seal a sub project in the larger picture of what happens. some times is just give up on the day. tomorrow will refresh the individuality of all the parts and they will know what and where to go if you are listening to them. (the tools of the materials douring construction. know not the carpenter of you. know the view of the finished processional part. where art meets pavment is where the love of the friction of living in the creation of the project is not its motion by the drive. (don’t get carried away with the love of doing attention needs to be acknowledged in every act of doing) or be your self in your self not where you are still pay attention to the detail being done. each nail adds up to a board in place that is functioning properly for its immidiate purpose unless the alterior motive of symbol is in play. this may seem confusing at first but if the miter is not adjusted to the proper angle no amount of mental sweat is going to get the frame to fit. cause you will step back and look. as you should. time spent wasting time is usually caused by a thought not a blame of thought or to not stop a thinking of a thought but following up prematurley to the conclusion of a train of thinking thoughts. time management helps but will not solve this problem. in fact it prepares you for its preparation. a much longer derailment later.

-- joseph



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posted 09-05-2009 12:50 PM

What a factual article. But aside from that breaking report let me share something new today. Are you familiar with Legarrette Blount ? Legarrette Blount is a compellingly mediocre running back for the University of Oregon football team and during a game against Boise State (since Boise is a city, why is it called Boise State?) decided that he was going to pick a fight. This pathetic lout was getting hardly any yards per carry, and was such a lousy RB that he was tackled for a safety. He’d been trashing Boise before the game, so one of their linebackers, Bryan Hout, told him off – and Legarette Blount punched him. Perhaps Legarrette Blount should find a loan company to finance any more time at U of O, since his football scholarship is likely to disappear.

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