August 28, 2006


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Michael
General Information

Main blog:Storys and Life
Age:28
Birthday:August 13th 1988
Gender:Male
Occupation:Happily unemployed
Education:High school, Some college, School of life
Religion:Spiritual but not religious
Service Attendance:Rarely
Race/lineage:Other
Location:United States, Ohio, Dayton


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Appearance

Body Size:Ridiculously Large
Height:6' 4" (193 cm)
Eyes:Grey Green
Vision:Glasses when driving
Hair Color:Golden Blonde
Hair Style:Curly - Medium
Facial Hair:Beard - short
Skin Tone:Medium
Best Feature:Hair
Clothing Pref.:Gothic
Undies:Boxers
More Details:Dreads are the best hair :D


Personal Information

Relationship Status:Single - Never Married
Sexual Preference:Straight/Heterosexual
Astrological Sign:Leo (July 23 - Aug 22)
Existing as:Angel- no wings
Smoking:No Way
Liquor:Non-alcoholic beverages only
Exercise:Regularly
Your Home:Live with parents
Likes:Music; Art; Meeting new people (even though Im extremely shy); Video-Games; Writing; Sweet girls;
Dislikes:People who are inhereintly mean
Interests:Music Synthesizing, Sculpture, Painting, Writing, Philosophy, Religion, Creation, Politics, Sweet girls, Teaching, Metaphysics,


Personal Favorites

People/Heroes:Speed Levitch, Alex Jones, Huey and Riley Freeman, Gin Rummy,
Books:Coyote Medicine, The Teachings of Don Juan, The Shamans Body, The Shamans Quest, Walk Two Moons, If On a Winter's Night a Traveler,
Authors:Colin Wilson, Lewis Mehl-Madrona, Arnold Mindell, Italo Calvino,
Music Genres:Hip Hop, Speed Rap, Hard Rock, Electronica, Funk, Disco, Reggae,
TV Shows:Boondocks, FLCL, Big O, Witch Hunter Robin,
Movies:Life of Brian, Holy Grail, Office Space, Waking Life, Happy Gilmore, Blazing Saddles, History of the World, John Carpenters Vampires, John Carpenters Vampires: Los Muertos, Boondock Saints, Four Brothers, A History Of Violence, Stay, Pulp Fiction,
Actors:Mark Wahlberg, Mel Brooks, Ewan McGreggor,
Games:Natural-Selection, Counter-Strike, Warcraft 3 Frozen Throne, Ace Combat, Dark Cloud,
Pets/Animals:Dogs,
Season:Winter
Food:Pizza, Philly Cheesesteaks, Ribs, Burgers, Pineapples Pork, Pineapple Chicken, Crab Rangoon,
Quotes:"On this bridge," Lorca warns, "life is not a dream. Beware. And beware. And beware." And so many think because Then happened, Now isn't. But didn't I mention the ongoing "wow" is happening right now? We are all co-authors of this dancing exuberance where even our inabilities are having a roast. We are the authors of ourselves, co-authoring a gigantic Dostoevsky novel, starring clowns. This entire thing we're involved with called the world, is an opportunity to exhibit how exciting alienation can be. Life is a matter of a miracle that is collected over time by moments, flabbergasted to be in each other's presence. The world is an exam to see if we can rise into direct experience. Our eyesight is here as a test to see if we can see beyond it. Matter is here as a test for our curiosity. Doubt is here as an exam for our vitality. Thomas Mann wrote that he would rather participate in life than write 100 stories. Giacometti was once run down by a car, and he recalled falling into a lucid faint, a sudden exhilaration, as he realized that at last something was happening to him. An assumption develops that you cannot understand life and live life simultaneously. I do not agree entirely. Which is to say I do not exactly disagree. I would say that life understood is life lived. But the paradoxes bug me, and I can learn to love and make love to the paradoxes that bug me. And on really romantic evenings of self, I go salsa dancing with my confusion. Before you drift off, don't forget. Which is to say, remember. Because remembering is so much more a psychotic activity than forgetting. Lorca, in that same poem said that the iguana will bite those who do not dream. And as one realizes that one is a dream figure in another person's dream, that is self awareness., If the world that we are forced to accept is false and nothing is true, then everything is possible., On the way to discovering what we love we will find everything that we hate, everything that will block our paths.,
Position:I'm not picky,


Four Most Recent Entries

University of Dayton and Kafka
Gee, I haven't wrote a blog in a long time, so I figured I should. I spent a good chunk of today reading from my Kafka collection. Overall I like his writing style, but everything he writes seems to end so abruptly, although for the length his characters are very well developed. I feel like he enjoyed alienating or abusing his characters. So far my favorite was a short play entitled "The Warden of the Tomb", but "Hunter Gracchus" was also interesting, I haven't began to read the second story to it, though. I've been in class at U.D. for two (three if you ask people who think three days...
 
Hi Everybody! (Hi Doctor Mike!)
I haven't posted for awhile, but I've done a lot of stuff. I'll be posting pictures from vacation when I get around to uploading them to YouTube. Right now I feel like I'm going to save the world. I dunno how, and I'm really not entirely sure why, but I feel like I can.
 
Existential Independence And The Abandonment Of A Failed Parent
Those who believe in the philosophy that America was founded on, the idea that a power who governs is under control of the people, should understand this the most. A supposed God is plaguing the political and social discourse of our world, he is known by many names, and is constantly portrayed in differing states, but the general consensus is that if you commit deeds that he or she deems incorrect you are eternally banished into a fiery abyss of torture and dispair. This sort of action from a being often called Father (Mother?)? This is not the act of a parent, and as such we must emancipate...
 
Lots of Stuff
I'm not quiet sure how to organize this, but I'm having feelings of rage and inspiration right now. I guess I'll start with the positive. I bought Cecil B. Demented today, partially on whim and partially on the recommendation of someone whose taste I trust. It's really inspired me to work more on the screenplay Ryan and I were working on a few weeks ago, and to really get the project moving. I feel that the live, mostly unscripted, oneshot captures the essence style is something that would be appropriate for almost anything I could write. Good acting is considered good when it's...
 






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