A Procrastinators Confessions.

A Procrastinators Confessions.

Random Writings - I

Journal - RandomPosted by MrCIA 2009-10-30 02:38:50
En ung man tittar omkring i sin lägenhet och får en allt mer desperat min av oredan som skulle måste sorteras igenom och läggas undan. Han får en bestämd min och öppnar en skrivbords låda, plockar fram en liten metal låda med en röd knapp under ett skyddande plexiglas lock. Sedan tar han fram en nyckel som hängde runt halsen och låser upp locket, får ett oroat uttryck i ansiktet och börjar gräva runt i lägenheten. Efter en liten stund återvänder han till datorn och sätter på sig en hjälm, kopplar in lådan i en kabel på skrivbordet, funderar en stund till, rycker på axlarna och sätter på sig skyddsglasögon också. Han sträcker ut lådan så långt det går från kroppen, vänder bort ansiktet och trycker på knappen... 

Samtidigt i Umeå. 
”Vad var det där?” frågar en kort tjej, ”Det ser ut som ett svampmoln?...” 
”Det är nog ingen fara” svarar hennes mycket större manliga vän som också tittar norrut på det sakta avtagande svampmolnet, han känner en svag bris mot ansiktet och suckar djupt och mumlar tyst för sig själv.
”Måste du använda kärnvapen för att städa lägenheten Brooks?...”

Några minuter senare i Skellefteå. 
En vagt sotig man sätter sig upp i kratern och tittar omkring där hans lägenhet en gång har varit. Han tar av sig en halvsmält hjälm och försöker torka av sina skyddsglasögon för att kunna se något, men misslyckas för hans händer är lika sotiga som allting annat. Han suckar djupt och tar av sig dom, sedan fiskar han runt i fickorna en stund och får fram ett nästan tomt paket cigaretter och en bucklig zippo. Han tänder ciggen. Tar ett djupt bloss, och börjar lugnt och stilla organisera vrakdelarna av vad som en gång varit hans lägenhet...

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Books, glorious books.

Journal - RandomPosted by MrCIA 2009-10-10 22:13:42
It can sometimes be amazing how relaxing a good book can be. I just bought an advance readers copy (ARC) of John Ringo's latest book 'Live Free or Die' and have been reading for the past 2 or so hours. The result? I am a lot more relaxed than I was at the time of my last update and have even started to feel quite cheerful. And now I think I'm going to read a multi thousand word essay on cultural influence on a warfighter, for fun.

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The Cleaner.

Journal - RandomPosted by MrCIA 2009-10-08 21:44:30
I now have a clean apartment thanks to a carton of smokes and a friend in need. Thanks babe.

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Linguistic question.

Journal - RandomPosted by MrCIA 2009-10-03 05:45:18
How do you say 'huh?' in a dignified manner?

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Blood Bowl

Journal - RandomPosted by MrCIA 2009-10-02 17:46:04
So riddle me this dear friends: Why do sports have to be safe or fair? Couldn't we have some form of racing that has no rules beyond 'get around the track' and possibly 'no weapons', even though that last rule does sound kind of boring. Now that would be something to watch. Cars flying around the track at breakneck speeds with lots of crashes, and probably many deaths and injuries. I firmly believe that there wouldn't be a problem finding drivers despite the dangers involved, and since they would be well aware of what they where getting in to why should we hold them back from pushing the envelope on what humans can achieve? Same thing with American style football. Surely the game would be more entertaining if there where no rules regarding what is and is not allowed beyond 'don't kick him if he is down and the referee is watching. Yet again this would result in far more injuries and fatalities. But also a hell of a lot more fun to watch.

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Really old school.

Journal - RandomPosted by MrCIA 2009-09-22 01:56:26
I have always wondered why classical music has such a poor reputation among most people under the age of 50. Sure it does not have any of the relevant lyrics that more modern music does. Nor does it have the same anger or frustration that is so prevalent in todays youth oriented music. But does have one thing that very few modern artist or musicians  can even attempt to replicate, Gravitas. Whether it was written as a ballad or a tribute, all classical music has a weight and a dignity that, in my no where near humble opinion, nothing currently produced can even attempt to match. Nothing has the same power to relax and to inspire as a well played piece of music from the ancient masters. 'Für Elise' by Beethoven must be among the most calming pieces of music ever written by man. Where as Wagners 'Die Walkure' is possibly the most well known piece of inspirational music ever put down on paper, or played by an orchestra. So what I am going to do now is sit back, open a book, and listen to Barbers masterpiece 'An Adagio for Strings' and simply enjoy the rest of the night.

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A lazy Sunday.

Journal - RandomPosted by MrCIA 2009-09-21 02:47:28

Sometimes you just have to love a lazy Sunday. Got up way past lunch today, and didn't even bother with such things as pants. All I did until I went to grab a cup of coffee with a friend was read and play around with my computers. Once I came back from there I read some more, took a nap and ate some food.

Sometimes I love my life.

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