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.