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Mostly thoughts from a time before I began to change myself.
But I'm changing that.

Sunday, January 23, 2011

Wordplay first. Then musings/thoughts of mine. Then something ridiculous I read. Color coded.

I like that guess and suggest have a lot of the same letters. That's one reason I wrote that up there.


Oftentimes my posts are not as good as they could be, because I don't read through/edit them enough. I like to think of them as diamonds, freshly mined from my mind.


A state of potential is a favorite state of mine, but at the same time... Potential is a bit nebulous. It's also the thing that comes before accomplishment or improvement, so it feels almost... useless. It's the same with thought, how the more time you spend thinking of ideas to implement, the less time is spent on actually doing just that.


At the time of my writing this, my two top blogs have 31/13 followers. I like when numbers are arranged in unusual/interesting ways like that by chance.
I put in these page breaks to make it easier to scroll through my blog.


Whenever I read something that I like, I both enjoy it, and feel a hint of envy. I feel that if something entertains me, that I want to improve myself, incorporate theories based on what they do, and exceed that person, in a way. I want to be able to learn from enjoyment, extract better ways of writing and entertaining. "I want to be the very best, like no one ever was..." 


But that does not mean I mind if others exceed me! I would much enjoy if I were to become the best at something, and then someone came along and used my principles to improve themselves and become the best at what I do, or something else. Because then, I played my part. If I inspired someone to better themselves, then I feel I have played a satisfying world in the advancement of my kind.


I do not think of gain for only myself, but for others as well. I like entertaining people, (so long as I am not obligated to do it) for several reasons including: I like doing things for the benefit of all; when I am entertaining, most often I am appealing to myself as well as others; being entertaining usually means that my thought is well developed; lastly, (of those reasons that I can easily think spur of this moment) most of my entertainment is just thoughts of mine, and sacrifices none of my integrity. (in my eyes. As opposed to being a clown of sorts, or physical comedy. Which is okay to an extent, and of course I have done it before I developed the mental capacity to have and present interesting thoughts)

So apparently they are selling tickets for $200 to stand outside of the superbowl stadium to watch it on big tvs. (you know, the thing you could do better if you had 5 friends who would do this. Buy a $1000 dollar tv and $200 dollars worth of party goods/food) 
Also, they are counting these tickets toward attendance, and trying to break a record for the biggest crowd at a Superbowl. That's definitely cheating.


34 comments:

  1. Counting standing outside the stadium as attendance? Totally cheating, I agree with you on that. And standing for hours for $200 does not sound thrilling at all.

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  2. That was a fast comment. I probably had not yet editing my post to finish my thoughts, and not sound like an ass. I guess that's a bad habit; maybe I should keep my posts in drafts until they're completed. :p

    But I will probably just continue doing it the way I am used to doing it, until it has the potential to be a problem.

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  3. I'm pretty much in the same mindset.

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  4. There was a time when I felt in a similar manner. Events can change that; but some of those events might not be remotely perceptible for other people. Therefore, in conclusion, it is really up to each individual to understand and enjoy self--because that is with whom you will spend your most time with.

    tl;dr: If it [makes/will make] you happy, do it.

    xD

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  5. @ Taco: yeah, I imagine that, in time, I won't feel the way I do/care anymore about doing what I do well. I hope that I am old by then, and can gladly step aside for a new generation to improve on what I did.

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  6. i agree with kelly here, that would be cheating

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  7. Wtf? That's cheating. It's just big screens outside the stadium anyways, that's not very cool. :/ I agree, go buy a sexylicious TV and watch it with friends.

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  8. Is that a Pokemon refference? :0

    But yeah, I know what you mean by entertaining people. I think the same way. I partly live to serve the world, so to say. Live to make people enjoy life, that kind of stuff. I obviously want to have a great time whilst doing so, too. :3

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  9. I always do my own things, making making bad jokes, playing games, all those things, but somehow, people find it quite entertaining to tag along or just watch.


    I don't see why they don't do it themselves.

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  10. I just don't understand why anyone would pay $200 to go and watch sports on a big TV. Thats crazy! At the Australian Open this year they have huge screens outside the venue so that you can watch the action, but it doesn't cost anything, you just rock up and watch if you want to.

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  11. $200 is ridiculous to watch tv!! you're right i'd much rather sit at home and watch it than spend that much just to watch it with a bunch of strangers!

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  12. thats ccheating :(

    http://yinniegirl.blogspot.com/

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  13. I think thats a little weak that they are doing that to try to beat the attendance record.

    Reguardless, following and supporting back.

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  14. o.0 you're very well worded.

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  15. I'd rather watch it on my 50 inch...

    BUT AHH!!! these colors!!!!

    will be following and supporting :)

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  16. $200 seems a lot of money to watch it on a big screen. They've don similar things over here in Wales (UK) but never charged...but the atmosphere was amazing!
    Cool blog btw like the colour coding and affinity for numbers... I like 73's it's the perfect number.

    G

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  17. It's sad what some organizations will do just so they can say things like "Our Superbowl had the most in attendance." Will that really matter years down the road? To most people, probably not. I guess it comes down to money in the end, like everything.

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  18. Thanks for your comment on my blog. I follow you.

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  19. Hehe, where I work, it's all about helping people, but sometimes people are just really hard to help ;_;

    Following your blog! I like your frank, conversational style :)

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  20. I think I know how you feel...
    and also, that's shocking, the things some people do. gosh.

    btw, I think I will follow you.

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  21. Hmm didn't I already follow you? MAbye you have another blog. That face..it's so familiar eh? Anyway good stuff. I can really relate.

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  22. same thing happens at Wimbledon loads of people that have bought tickets cant enter the stands they just watch on a big screen!

    following

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  23. who is actually gonna pay $200 wooww.

    following :)

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  24. following bro!
    numberrumbler.blogspot.com

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  25. Good blog. And come on, they give you 200 bux just to stand there and enjoy yourself..why not?

    waxconcrete.blogspot.com

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  26. $200 dollars to watch football on tv... haha oh america

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  27. Meh its so random but fun. Sometimes I like to write like this too. Just to air out my head. And if other people read this? Profit.

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  28. "I like entertaining people, (so long as I am not obligated to do it)"

    That line really stood out for me. I feel the same way, it's incredibly difficult to be entertaining on demand.

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