Friday, February 17, 2006

Walls of stone

Every day it becomes more and more apparent how crucial the study of world history is in all of our lives. Anthropologists study past civilizations to understand our present day society. We practice this same analysis in our personal lives. Although too often dwelling on our mistakes, displacing the blame on others. Never to realize the reasons for our dismal state of life. I try to discern if it is simply that man cannot learn the lesson without making the mistake or if stubborn ignorance is more to blame for this grave delay in humanitarian progress. Sometimes I wonder if possibly I hold our governing body in an esteem much too high. To me it just seems so obvious. Perhaps the allergies have migrated the congestion from my head to my nose because I've happened upon a new found land of clarity; really I can probably attribute my new state of concious to the love I found but I don't want to get all hippie on you and then you call me an anti-american; I figure if I relate to the pharmaceutical industry I'll appear more patriotic. But I am not quite the talented writer so I am best to just be upfront. Normally at the age of twenty-five the brain is fully developed. Adulthood begins to settle and natural instincts lead the way. Marraige, children, shelter and death. At twenty-five years and four months old I lag behind my female peers in the quest to procreate and settle. To my great fortune my lack for the life familiar has not prevented wonderous love to fill my world. I suppose I owe a debt of grattitude to the social retardation I suffer. For had I not lived alone in my tower of indecipherableness I would not have torn down my wall. Alone in my dark I found the way by observing the foot steps of those before me. Exploring all the paths but careful not to follow any one set too closely for I fear to meet their demise.
I know as usual I've wandered off my intended path...I hear footsteps so it must be time for me to dine. What set me off this time...Walls. No good has ever come from the building of walls. They only exist metaphorically and literally to as defenses to shield our insecurities. The Berlin wall has fallen and the not so Great Wall of China...haven't been exactly the best examples of efficiency but yet our most prolific administration yet feels like "He he...we should build the commies and the nazis...hehe I can't believe I just said that!"
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Manufactured Love Day Celebrations...and Correspondents

I am never MIA...I'm just in a parallel universe...following through worm holes...I've been great actually...Me and my guy are good good and getting better all the time...My heart has known the things it's always known...I was just trying to deny it...trying to conform to someone else's dreams...but never faltering our journey has revealed our reality to be exactly what we both need and believe in...I am always here...but not at that number...just had a bad power outage in my humble abode where we live like fools with only a cordless here I am way to answering machine...just dial my number and you get ring ring...818 703 0703...

I'm gonna find a regular phone soon...somewhere in my mess.

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Date: Feb 16, 2006 11:41 PM

I just wanted to say hi. I'm glad ur not MIA anymore. So how have u been? 4 real I missed u. R u still at the same num? I hope everything turns out alright for u. Even tho we dont talk as much as we used 2, I still think we have a strong bond. Happy belated Valentines Day! i hope ur heart finds what its looking for Leslie

From: Silly Face =p
Date: Feb 15, 2006 4:52 PM

hahhhaa im glad u had a great time les dogg.... i called my bro and told him to wish u a happy valentines day for me... =)

i was watching the clipper game at hotwings with a couple of my girlfriends... then we got drunk... lol... played pool... drank some more... then went over to a friends place and drank some more.... =p ooo yea =) hahha IM AN ALFARO damnit! lol....

i misssssssssssssss u lady!



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From: somgrl8
Date: Feb 15, 2006 4:44 PM

I had the best V-day!!!
1 1/2 lbs of Crab legs...lobster pizza...great dinner and then...a lovely game with my boys in blue in red...Clippers...
I got to see my two fave rough and tough Dunleavy and the heart of gold...Van Gundy...
I love Diego Ramon Alfaro...he makes me laugh...that's gold jerry! gold Jerry!

How'd everybody's day of consumer driven love go?

Saturday, February 11, 2006