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This blog used to be about politics. Not so much anymore as I have worked through my fascination with that subject. It now seems appropriate that with a new president and the end of the Bush nightmare that I move on to new subjects that are more in line with my current interests. I may still occasionally express an opinion about political matters but for the most part I will be commenting on music, photography and personal observations. Thank you for reading.

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Its 28 degrees, it feels like 17 degrees, I have on my big brown courderoy coat and a pair of sweatpants under my outer pants. I'm stopping off at QT at 1:00 AM for some beer and antifreeze (I prefer a 50/50 mix) and as I slump back into the driver's seat of my car, some kids come strolling out of the store wearing short sleeved t-shirts.

Shattering the whole illusion I had going...


Ya know, there really is no strategy for watching a meteor shower; other than just picking a patch of sky and staring at it for a while.


Guilt is an interesting emotion.

I've known people that have no feelings that surpass their own need for self satisfaction. How else can you explain how one person can manipulate and take advantage of another person yet feel no remorse for doing so?

I've noticed that my least favorite character trait in another person is "selfishness". Self centered people go about life with only one goal in mind; their own personal needs. They seem oblivious of how their own actions affects others. All that ever matters is how they feel, and what they want.

A guilty person always sees the broader implications in everything they do and thus seeks to avoid any action that might negatively affect another human being. This ultimately leads to an abdication of responsibility for anything other than their own actions.

As in most all other cases, a sense of moderation is key. Guilt can be useful to curb the excess of an ego run rampant, and selfishness can help an individual acheive personal goals.

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35 yr old
Highlands Ranch
Recording Engineer
Voted for Kerry
Voted for Obama
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