100% perfect

Once upon a time, there was this guy…who was walking down the street…and there was a beautiful girl that was walking down the street towards him. And when they saw each other, they stopped…and deciding to start talking. It was a totally natural and spontaneous thing and it wasn’t something…

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In the spirit …

Since the DT concert was one of, if not the, best shows I’ve ever seen … I have to say this …. “The show was ridiculous in their (Dream Theaters) disgusting display of technical knowledge and prowess that is unrivaled by any band I have ever seen or heard.” They…

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clear view

As I sit under the pale moon light, the trees above me waving about as the wind rustles through them. The sands of time slip through my feet, holding me firmly in place. The long draw of the cigar and slow exhale creates a billowing of smoke that wafts in…

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slurry

Destined, desolate and perverse. Circling softly and slowly. Glittering, captivating and inconsequential. Spinning and sparkling in the darkness. Comatose, soporose, absolute. Tumbling towards the center. Included, diluted and worn out. The needle never lies. Perpetual, perdurable and extreme. A glimpse of vinyl.

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c&e

The law of cause and effect is best described as the law of life. It is the law by which all the other universal laws are based upon. Understanding that everything in the universe is energy and therefore everything is connected. Then we can see how through this interconnectedness, what…

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kiss of death

Remember this only works if you are honest with yourself. Number one is of course something that guys hear all the time. Intellectual Whores refers to it as the Kiss of Death. It is more likely that he will jump you eagerly.

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possibilites

“It doesn’t matter if you want to do something … it’s whether you can or should that’s important. Take for example this … I want to build a ladder to the moon … doesn’t mean I can or should … ” — Paraphrased from the Professor Tom Leykis

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