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Literate Chaotic / Re: Don't Break The Chain
« on: February 11, 2015, 04:05:54 am »
Feb 3
    Nope. Nope nope no, fuck that and fuck you. I came here on my day off and gave you a fair listen like I promised. Now I'm going to get my coat and leave, and we will not speak of this ever again. God damn it.

Feb 4
    Not a soul to be seen or heard. For the next ten minutes, we had total isolation.

Feb 5
    There was so much left, it seemed impossible. Surely we'd gone through more than that.

Feb 6
    "It won't be that way. We've taken special precautions," he assured me.
    "I'll believe you, mostly because I really want to." It was the truth; there was no way these people, smart and earnest as they were, could have accounted for everything.
    I followed him to the door, behind which was the most important thing I'd ever dealt with in my life... this month, at least.

Feb 7
    I had been taking constant sips of water to avoid entering the conversation, but I miscalculated. I sat staring at the ice cubes, cursing them for not melting fast enough.

Feb 8
    She sniffed at the damp, cool forest air. The fecund smell seemed to wash away the dry, dusty residue of the city.

Feb 9
    Maybe if you quit being such an asspig for twelve continuous seconds we'd be able to unfuck this turdstorm of incompetence. But first, lunch.

Feb 10
    Everything hurt, in a way I was not prepared for. Just sitting still as a rock with half a bottle of aspirin swimming around in my blood hurt.
    Sure, in concept it's easy to understand that getting your ass kicked in a straight-up fist fight is gonna be painful. But adrenaline is a fickle bitch and once it leaves you, you're left with nothing but sandbags where your muscles should be.
    Shauna would, of course, find this hilarious. Because she's that kind of friend.

The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: People Like Us
« on: February 10, 2015, 05:29:34 pm »
I've been trying out the Daoist/Qi Gong reality filter lately, and I'm really enjoying the synthesis with a lot of the Discordian ideas.

I went to a Qi Gong retreat a few weeks ago, and among all the weird and esoteric practices was one perfectly simple one: Laughing Practice, more literally translated as "Opening Heart practice"

Imagine a dozen grown-ass adults standing in a circle, and then everyone starts laughing. Like, REALLY hard belly laughing. For the first 3 seconds it's forced, then it immediately becomes the most hilarious fucking thing in the universe. Everyone was cracking up, falling over for a good 30 seconds.

That's about the simplest way of Freaking the Fuck Out I've experienced. There's just no time to be a pissant when you can be having a great time instead.

But, alas, They think that kind of thing is weird. Because they believe dumb things.

Literate Chaotic / Re: Don't Break The Chain
« on: February 10, 2015, 05:17:40 pm »
Tomorrow is the enemy.

True fact. If I don't deliver the goods tonight I submit myself to the Judgement of... uh, something.

I have picked up too many hobbies and find myself exhausted whenever I have the chance to post. Punching/getting punched and being hit with bamboo sticks can really take it out of you, if you aren't serious about having a good time.

The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: People Like Us
« on: February 10, 2015, 05:11:32 pm »
They do not understand what it means to Freak the Fuck Out, or why it is of such vital importance.

WE Freak the Fuck Out, and they think we're the weird ones. But we know the truth, and the truth is that they Freak the Fuck In, which is infinitely weirder. Why would any human choose to keep all of their Fuck inside, where it goes rampant in their organs and stuffs their brains with things like

"I shouldn't get this in a bright color; it will clash."

"This is too spicy."

"Hey, gotta believe in something, right?"

"I'll just keep quiet and this will all blow over. Eventually."

No, this simply will not do. We must take all of that Fuck within us and Freak it Out, into the ridiculous whirlwind of insane bullshit that is our Universe. Where it belongs.

Literate Chaotic / Re: Don't Break The Chain
« on: February 10, 2015, 04:53:09 pm »
Every day I put updating this off, I have more entries that I'll need to transcribe when I finally do it. :horrormirth:

Been keeping up though. At this point I can't really go to sleep until I crank out at least a sentence.

The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: I found my soul mate.
« on: February 10, 2015, 04:50:26 pm »
I love that guy. He has approximately 100 million Vines, and the traffic ones are definitely the best. The ones about tea are also golden.

Sounds like February is happening. My condolences to... Uh, everyone, in varying degrees as appropriate based on severity of your personal February.

Damn. The history they teach in schools these days just doesn't do it justice.

The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / JUST A REMINDER
« on: February 05, 2015, 01:55:04 pm »


Yeah, I'm reposting, what's your problem?

 :lulz: the fucking zip gun

Literate Chaotic / Re: Don't Break The Chain
« on: February 03, 2015, 02:34:26 pm »
yea i think this could really help me get my stand-up comedy bits written down as well as get some immediate feedback

Fun fact, "Don't Break The Chain" is attributed to Jerry Seinfeld, as his technique for being able to write new material at an extremely prolific rate.

So regardless of what one thinks of his comedy, it's certainly a tested methods for cranking out lots of material.

Literate Chaotic / Re: Don't Break The Chain
« on: February 03, 2015, 03:29:44 am »
Jan 31

    The world outside vanished in the night. It seemed that only the quavering sphere of light cast by the fire was real, and even he was only a shadow guest within it. His thoughts were swallowed up in the flames and ritual abnegation that was as old as human civilization. Older, really.

Feb 1

    Even after the train doors closed, there was an unshakable feeling that they were still too late. The animal instinct to flee was still pumping through their blood like so much burning gas.
    But they were safe for now. They had made it.

Feb 2

    The buzz of an old fluorescent bulb quickly becomes a screaming nightmare when there's nothing else to listen to. It was a fool's gambit: surrender to the shrill light or strike up conversation again. The man had finally seen fit to shut up, and getting him started again was not a pleasant prospect.

Literate Chaotic / Re: Don't Break The Chain
« on: February 02, 2015, 07:54:14 pm »
You can make each piece part of a larger whole if you want, but it can also just be a sentence that comes to mind. That may even be preferable, depending on how your creativity works.

If you prefer being verbal, you could do short voice recordings.

Literate Chaotic / Re: Don't Break The Chain
« on: February 02, 2015, 04:38:09 pm »
I totally goofed up and forgot a day two days ago, but I'll put my new ones up tonight.

 :lulz: Hot diggity!

All that solar energy, and they're still running on fossil fuels? They should have known that was gonna catch up to them eventually. Electricity is only for the worthy.

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