Monthly Archives: June 2011

Babies

Babies are decent, themselves. But parents, do not wield them as though they’re cute Nunchakus. They’re not all cute, but they are hybrids of you. Tilt your head back, and ingest some truth….

Look around you, you’ll notice legions of people leading very different lives. Some are pedestrian, a few are talented, some are attractive, and some are aesthetically deficient. Are they anywhere near the person that they planned to be? Are they better than, or worse than? The adults that you see today are the result of a defaced and abandoned youth. They were once babies, you know, the helpless things that functioned as alarm clocks… the little wobbly people that you grew fond of because their relentless need to receive, taught you how to give. They were are all teeming with human potential, and that is to be coveted.

They’re considered precious because the human ego sees that bundle of joy as an extension of them, what? Yes. Even more you? Of course! Nature is brilliant. The Ego that you possess drives you to create something just like you, should the you that you are now, fail. Unfortunately, when they make copies of themselves, they tend to cancel their plans entirely. Alternate life forms reproduce out of necessity, humans like to reproduce by accident. Name a couple who marked “Coitus” on their calender.

Higher-beings have the ability to create catalysts that will grant them access to their lower-self, and the opportunity to squander other opportunities while simultaneously creating new opportunities. You can give a personal thanks to alcohol, deafening clubs, insecurity, and my uncanny ability to persuade you. That’s higher brain function for you. It’s the Call of Duty smoke screen used to occupy you, while your biological processes work diligently in the background to find a way to continue your make and model.

Our inherent desire to destroy, necessitates the need to create… which increases the likelihood that we will destroy because we aren’t as driven to consciously create. Some of our best creations were accidents. It is our nature, and that is Nature.

Did you expect that ending when you started from the beginning? Comment, share, share, and comment. I wanted to keep the aforementioned story somewhat vague (i.e I used babies as a symbol to see what you would draw from it) Enjoy your Friday!

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Life doesn’t require you, and that is why it is precious

Life can be a playground, if you understand that it’s a game. A game is something that you play, to win or to lose. You must be aware of the game and its simple set of rules if you are to play effectively. Either you play the game, or you fall victim to the players that are playing the game.

Life will become your prison if you do not have a plan for it, it can be a rough draft, that’s fine… but you need one. I say this because your life is simply a loan for a project that you may not ever begin to work on. Guess what happens when you’re given a loan? You have to pay it back whether you effectively allocated the funds to meaningful endeavor or not.

When Life reclaims what it has allowed you to borrow, what will your project look like? Did you use every Simoleon (The Sims Reference) on your project, while others could’ve used a hand? Did you fixate on everyone else’s individual project while your project gathered dust? You must strike a clever balance, but never sacrifice your entire life for someone or something that only intended to use yours. Life doesn’t require you, and that is why it’s so precious.

Sometimes, to be unselfish is to be irresponsible. I’m aware of the aforementioned’s negative connotation but, hey, you know that there’s a method to my madness. You must be selfish at certain points in your life so that you can give yourself the opportunity to ascend to your fullest potential. Nobody else will do that for you, nor do they see it within their purview. If you water the neighbors plants, but forget about yours, they will wither and you only have yourself to blame.

Your project needs attention, so you must give it attention. You must take pride in it, pick up the sticks and play the game! Why? Because that is what life is. Life has chosen to give you a loan, do not default with nothing to show for it, because you will have to pay it all back anyhow.

I am @Ironsheek

The Hangover 2

Surely, you’ve seen the blockbuster hit “Hangover: Part 2” by now, if not, why so reticent? Oh, you must be the “I’ll wait for the DVD” type. Today, I review the critically-acclaimed comedy –disdained by the critics– “Hangover: Part 2” featuring our beloved Wolf Pack.

Stu, Phil, and Alan –Absentee Doug doesn’t count in any way, shape, or form– set out on another pre-marital quest to have absolutely no recollection of the pre-marital quest. The first mistake became their second, reluctantly, and that mistake was bringing Alan along. In a masochistic way, it behooves them to bring the off-kilter Alan along for our comedic benefit… at their expense.

The Hangover: Las Vegas ——> Thailand, and the plot was a mere heart transplant. You could call it “The Hangover 1…..point 2….. Stu gets married…. Doug is absent again, he’s so not in the Wolf Pack …….. and Doug 2.0 is known as “Teddy”….who also gets misplaced…Sorry, but we figured we’d make another mint while selling you the same movie twice because we’re good like that”

Aside from the nearly identical story arc, the movie still generated hearty laughter tears. Mr. Chow was more of a fixture in the second installment, and the talented Ken Jeong’s penis was exploited again, what a shameless comedic device.

It didn’t take long for the entire plot to unfurl within the first 25 minutes of the movie, but we trusted the original formula enough to accept what was to come. Lackadaisical on the writer’s part, and ingenious on the Producer’s part as it grossed over 200 million dollars worldwide.

Craig Mazin has signed on to write The Hangover 3, uh, because he wrote the first two, let’s just hope that he finds the same inspiration for the third one that he had for creating the original Hangover. Oh, and Alan could not possibly drug the Wolf Pack again…. How about using excessive alcohol consumption as the catalyst to creating The Hangover 3, you know, like most hangovers….

I am @Ironsheek

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