Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Our Static Mayhem

Blog post # 196:
(196 = 2*7*7*2 = 14 squared.)

(Five pictures again.)

Vindictive Truth


Forgotten Coincidence


Amnesia's Certainty


Enumeration Of Dreams


Extracted From Addends


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Anagrams:


End's Craze
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Sacred Zen

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Your Mathematics
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Our Static Mayhem

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The Dream
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Dare Them

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I use things.
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This genius.

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Injustice is the rule in this universe, not the exception.

For instance, I bet that regular matter is really the evil negative matter, and that "anti"-matter is the good positive matter. But there is apparently far more regular matter than antimatter in the universe, and it is antimatter that gets a bad rap.

Just watch the news. Evil almost always wins in the end. And the liars end up convincing everyone of their version of the "truth". While the truth-tellers are ridiculed or arrested or worse.

I fear that there is a Heaven and a Hell after all, but the evil people all go to Heaven, while the good people all go to Hell. That would figure.
Some people believe that bad people are reincarnated as lower life forms or as people with shitty lives. I think the opposite is true. I think that people with shitty lives are more likely to have GOOD souls. And the fact that lots of people think they somehow deserve their fates is just more injustice on top of injustice in this universe.

The rich get richer and the poor get poorer, almost always. Those who suffer are made to suffer even more as a result, then are blamed for their own predicament. Why? Because the universe is EVIL, that's why.

So depressed about this...
(But I must have had it coming, right?)

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A poem, after such a long hiatus.


Evaluated And Despicably Extracted
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My own evaluation of
such summations was partly
Unobvious and completely counted.
But my suffering
Was my success; and yet,
I fail and betray that game
Of composition, of
unredeemed certainty saddened.
Yet I alphabetize not the
numerators imagined to be
Denominators or to be addends
summed ignorantly. Yes,
This game of my faultiness is
stupidly dreamt. However,
It adds only unto adjacency
and divides thereafter.

Surely, I evaluate all amongst
my carelessness;
And I vainly ascertain
this array configured
Tritely and stereotypically as
quite a grid, as quite
That mesh of equilateral equalities
each juxtaposed
Then numbered and so known,
and so remembered
And retained via arrangements
of ridiculousness'
Squares, via the gameboard
of our perpendicularities,
Of our segmentations
evaluated and despicably extracted.

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Leroy

2 comments:

Nanoinfinity said...

"The rich get richer and the poor get poorer, almost always. Those who suffer are made to suffer even more as a result, then are blamed for their own predicament. Why? Because the universe is EVIL, that's why."

I think it's more that people like to think that if we follow "the rules" (whatever the rules are) then we will live a good life. No one likes to think that misfortune can strike with no warning, that it is random and unpredictable. (I think that's redundant). People find it comforting to "know" that people who have shitty lives "brought it upon themselves", rather than face the fact that there is nothing but dumb luck that is keeping them from having an equally shitty life. The idea that life really isn't fair in any sense of the word is crushing. Compared to that, the idea that shitty things happen if you don't do things "right" is comforting.

TracyRobin said...

Good comment nano.

AT, always nice to visit your blog. As far as the good vs evil post goes... we've been discussing it so no need to post my thoughts here too. :)

"So depressed about this...
(But I must have had it coming, right?"

But this last line here just makes me want to give you a hug. Try not to let it get you down AT umm Leroy - my head might start to resemble one of your pics if I keep writing AT in one spot and Leroy in another. :)
ttys,
xx