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Wednesday, February 22, 2006

Your mind has a mind of it's own





This is a still image. Your brain is making you perceive that it is moving. What else is your brain falsifying?

5 Comments:

Blogger mugwump said...

My brain falsifies information about other humans. I have believed that I "knew" certain people, only to find out that my "reality" is not their "reality". I perceived people to be a certain way - but it was what I wanted them to be. I now doubt that I will ever really know another human being other than myself. Life seemed too short when I believed it was possible to have true intimacy with another person - now life seems unbearably long. I feel isolated and alone.

3:52 PM  
Blogger Buckminster Skeeter said...

Wow, that's pretty deep and depressing. I bet you like Smashing Pumpkins, don't you!?

4:53 PM  
Blogger mugwump said...

Yep, I love Smashing Pumpkins, and I hear they are reuniting. I'm psyched. I have been listening to "Bullet with Butterfly Wings" incessantly lately. Billy Corgan is a great lyricist and vocalist. "Despite all my rage I am still just a rat in a cage."

I can be deep and depressing, yet I still enjoy life. One cannot live by "feelings". I have "miles to go before I sleep". (Frost is damn depressing too).

6:29 PM  
Blogger mugwump said...

I just thought about something I hadn't thought about in a long time. You would vehemently deny this, but you have listened to Smashing Pumpkins (only because I made you)- an entire recording, in fact. On the way to the TN aquarium. Of course you absolutely hated the music, but you were well compensated. If that doesn't make you crack a tiny smile, then I throw in the towel at trying to make you laugh.

This is my last comment for awhile anyway. I was half kidding about the being addicted thing, but it's gotten pretty ridiculous. I need to make some real friends. I do like my cyberfriends, but it's just enabling me not to actually have to be around people. I don't really care much for people. Women in particular. I just broke a 20+ year addiction to soft drinks and the last thing I need is another addiction.

5:37 AM  
Blogger Buckminster Skeeter said...

hey, I remember that drive. I really was well compensated - If I get that kind of service I can listen to just about anything.

6:54 AM  

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