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October 24, 2010


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I stopped blogging altogether because I found a problem in not being able to follow cues to stop writing. Now I just stay up until 4 in the morning thinking about all the shit I could be blogging. Please don't ever give a damn about cues. It's not like you're going to stop thinking your rad-ass thoughts once you've stopped typing them. Please be a courteous person and share those thoughts with me, damn it!

I completely sympathize with you on the traffic lights thing. As a side note, did you know that those buttons we press at the lights are supposedly all disabled, and remain intact as a placebo to ease our busied minds? Yeah, there are only a handful left working somewhere in Texas.

See, I've already passed my "comment ending cue" here. I don't give a flying fuck.

I also missed the moon tonight :(. Since it's let us both down, it had better look a little something like this next time it appears as a whole: http://21stcenturywaves.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/11/full_moon_small.jpg

I think I'm issuing a perfect example of the sucky kind of awkward you mentioned. I'm tired and my computer is making a noise like it's going to explode, so perhaps I'm a little on-edge.

No, it isn't the computer. I'm always this awkward. Maybe a little more tactful on a regular basis, though? No, not even that.

Let's not fucking restrain ourselves.

Thank you for another poem. It helped me get through the moonless night feeling nevertheless enlightened.


who are you!?!?!?

im glad you liked the poem!!! its for you!

and I do hope that beautiful moon comes out...but I think that requires leaving campus and going somewhere remote...

but I have to stay on campus to work on my poetry book and keep myself sane.

I kind of don't want to know who you are because this is fun!

and no i didn't know that those stupid buttons were placebos...but I never paid attention to them anyway.

you should keep blogging. its a good method of channeling.

except sometimes I wander around thinking within the context of a silly blog concept that I've thought up....and its really debilitating for being in reality


this isn't awkward.

Im thinking more along the lines of not knowing what to say...blurting out something awkward....overthinking the awkward thing that you've said ...while the other person stares at you...also not knowing what to say...because responding to the awkwardness of your comment is, first of all, difficult, and second... they just dont know what to say in general.

this is the sort of thing that happens to me all the time when I really want to talk to somebody...but then I end up running away for fear of just blurting out something absolutely out of control...which I've been known to do.

you are not awkward.

you should start blogging again.

also, write a poem about nutshells! I think you had a tangent there...

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