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    Hi, I thought it was OK and had some good moments throughout, not totally into it though.
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    Hi, I've been meaning to pass on a film you might like called The Squid and the Whale. Stick it on your "to watch" list if you have not seen it. I really enjoyed it anyway, definitely my favourite film I've seen this year. I've watched it twice already.

    Cheers, Neely

    (Currently watching A Serious Man which is what jogged my memory.)
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    Thanks for accepting the friendship request.
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    Sorry for goofing up your poetry thread a bit (a while back). Really did not see it coming.

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    Merry Christmas Loka. We haven't spoken in a while. I hope you have a special holiday.

    Here's a present and a card for you.

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    I think it starts on a Saturday and is nearly everyday of the week. The last one was 5 days a week so maybe this is the same? If so, there goes your week!
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    Hi, heads up on the next season of The Killing. It starts this Saturday.

    All the best, Neely.
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    Thanks a lot I wish I could msn you so that it's easier to immediately talk to you and ask you some specific things. Basically my teacher who's very strict in marking said that me and my friends don't develop our ideas well, but we always link every analysis to theme and I don't know what else to talk about. It's always "Discuss the significance of ...." and we always get very low marks even though we've tried our best. Anyway I was asked this question about the characters being the heroes of the novel. How would you define hero?
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    Hey there How's you doing? I think you should totally be a translator! Anyway my literature A level is on Monday, do you mind giving me some tips to write a critical essay about a topic? D:
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"I should only believe in a God that would know how to dance. And when I saw my devil, I found him serious, thorough, profound, solemn: he was the spirit of gravity- through him all things fall. Not by wrath, but by laughter, do we slay. Come, let us slay the spirit of gravity!" - Nietzsche


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My eyes do decieve me...

by Lokasenna on 06-16-2010 at 02:53 PM
Can anyone understand these things? It seems so farcical – that man can be so inventive, so creative, and yet a slave to the physical self! Is it perhaps because my mind so often conjures up mighty vistas of the imagination, never needing banal sight, that my eyes have wasted so? The sheer power of inherent wonderment is often enough; why then am I still so reliant on these weak orbs? Can human craft beget nothing more profound than flimsy plastic plates and tender wires to keep me truly in this

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If not to heaven, then hand in hand to hell?

by Lokasenna on 10-06-2009 at 02:50 PM
A few thoughts on the debt we owe to Hell.

Satan was the first democrat. In all creation, he was the first to rebel against hegemony and tyranny - indeed, the great hegemony! Of God Himself! The ineffable plan was exposed, a declaration in a world were disagreement and discord had never previously appeared, and Satan took it upon himself to disagree. How revolutionary - how human! Power to the masses, not just the One! The first ever example of something so important: not just discord,

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What the hand dare seize the fire?

by Lokasenna on 04-22-2009 at 11:27 AM
Out, out, brief candle!

Ah yes, the flickering flame, such a symbol of ourselves, and of our world. Almost every religion attributes some symbolic meaning to this item, representing some form of synergy with a higher power to our mutual improvement - bringing, as it were, illumination to our personal darkness.

But is it an accurate representation of our situation? Is our existence, our personal reality, a flame? A single burst of energy in an otherwise eternal darkness?

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Cause Célèbre

by Lokasenna on 03-31-2009 at 10:51 AM
With Madonna attempting to use her 'fame' to adopt yet another African child, and being aghast at the media coverage of this event, its time I climbed on to my soapbox once more, and have a rant about modern celebrity culture:

'Celebrity' is such an odious term, and a repellent idea, at least in its modern application. Everywhere I walk, its soulless stink surrounds me. All men are not equal - this I freely acknowledge - but the distinction is not a meritocratic one. Rather, it is

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We Humans.

by Lokasenna on 03-27-2009 at 03:40 PM
What are we? We humans! Elements and chemicals, atoms and molecules that move in such wondrous concert, such harmony. Yet my clothes move in concert with me - are they not me? There is no special property that differentiates the molecules in my skin from those in my shirt - yet I feel no pain if my shirt is torn. What are those molecules to me? We are such closeted ideas, so entirely cut off from the world around us, and yet we think we see! The irony! How do we justify calling ourselves alive,

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