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Saturday, April 16th, 2005
11:48 pm

What if there is no point?

To anything.

Imagine for once, taht every accomplishment you've ever had, every freind you've made...was jsut a set up for some collasal joke.

This fucking blows.
Fall in space
Friday, April 1st, 2005
6:30 pm

Why is the goverment run by Right-Wing Conservative Born-Again Christian Fundamental republicans, silently pushing their greedy agenda?

Land of the free my arse.

current mood: dude thats right, arse.
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Thursday, March 31st, 2005
12:04 am - Hmmmm....

Here's something to think about...

If you have one of the Hersheys bite sized ball things and you hav a really small mouth...are they really bite sized?

You can be in a coma, but can you be in more than one?

Is it to be or not to be...but is that really the question?

Idle hands are the devil's playound...then who's playground is it when they're not idle? Skeet Skeet

You can wake up on the wrong side of the bed, but what if you're sleeping on the couch or a floor?

I have a lot of time to do this really random somewhat deep thinking

Christians believe to not resort to violence, but instead, do what Jesus would have done and turn the other cheek. But what happens if you already turned the other cheek and they hit you again? Do you just turn to the first cheek again or can you now kick their ass?

current mood: crazy
Fall in space
Tuesday, March 29th, 2005
12:33 pm - X-posted

What if life were to suddenly start over for everyone? Let's forget about how catastrophic that'd be for now. But what if we all started over? Without knowing about it in advance. No goodbyes or last words to your friends and family. No last-second sympathy for others. What if we all started over and that was that? We probably wouldn't know what happened after it did. Do you think you'd end up making some of the same friends? Like you're destined to be with them? Or do you think your life would be completely different instead? Do you think we're all with each other for a reason?

Has this sort of thing happened before, but we don't remember it?
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Monday, March 28th, 2005
4:32 pm - The mormon religion is so half-assed!

This one time this summer my friend Brad Schonhoff started laughing randomly because something had come to his mind that was so utterly hilarious. Upon questioning his laughter, he decided to tell me the fundamentals of the mormon religion, and how it was started. And about 5 minutes later I was almost on the ground laughing because it seems like the stupidest religion I've ever heard of. First of all, I think pretty much the whole idea of religion is pretty funny. But anyway, he told me something about the 10 commandments being translated incorrectly, so the whole religion started because of a translation error. Imagine that. Imagine if say something like WWIII were started by a translation error. Imagine if George W. were at some banquet and was talking to the prime minister of Guam, and wanted to compliment him on his tie. And now imagine if the translator got bored and thought it'd be funny to distort his statement to something like, oh, let's say "You are an asshat". And pretty soon Guam would be bombing everyone and WWIII would last for a few years. That'd kinda be the same thing as how mormonism(?) started, except I think a lot of people would say religion is a bigger thing than war. So however many followers of the mormon religion there are out there would be practicing a religion that's totally bullshitted and just utterly moronic. Imagine how they'd react. I know how I'd react. That'd be with spurts of laughter. So Brad went on to tell me about how this "religion" came to be, and mentioned something about the guidelines of the religion or something having to be read through

little rocks with holes in them!!!

Yeah that's right, the only way you could read these scrolls would be through pebbles with holes in them so the light would shine through! I seriously believe that some medieval stoners on an LSD trip sat down one night and decided to make a religion. And thus came to be this excuse to have more than one wife. Everyone gets bored once in a while, right?
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4:06 pm - Everyday she wears the same thing, i think she smokes pot


what if something you imagine becomes real?
sort of like deja vu.

but put this twist on it.
if you've ever been bored enough to sit at home and watch nickelodean shows, and you happen to see ChalkZone you may sort of know what i'm talking about.

Let's say you just imagine something, maybe something simple like a thunderstorm, or a car accident, those things happen everyday.

but lets say you imagine a monster, or a tsunami in michigan, and it actually happened.

like thunderstorms and car accidents can just be a coincidence that you thought it and it happened at the same time.

but if you thought up the design for some crazy-evil monster, and it came and haunted west bloomfield, that would be creepy.

yeah, i don't know.

current mood: sleepy
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2:43 pm - Thanks...

By wasting your time reading this...
It may have saved your life...
casue maybe if you hadn't read this, you may have gone outside cause it's a beautiful day...
Then you would have gotten hit by a truck
or a mini van
but if you had gotten hit by this mini van, the impact of your body along with the driver's instinct to swerve might have had someone in the van die too
Killing the next Adolf Hitler
But no, you took your time to read this
Now we all die
Thanks alot, asshole

current mood: sick
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2:51 pm

Should pasts be re-lived...or should we keep going down a path that we have no clue where it leads.
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Sunday, March 27th, 2005
1:02 pm - In life, are you a vulture or a hummingbird?

I went to church today. It sucked. It awlays does. Even back when I was sweet and innocent I hated it. The old cranky bitches at my catholic school would tell me what to believe in. At least the church I went to today wasn't Catholic cause Catholics in church are getting a work out while praying.
Kneel. Stand. Sit. Stand. Kneel. You get the idea. I just hate the idea of forcing people to believe things. While the minister is preaching, I can't help but laugh sometimes cuse it's almost like he's brain washing them. He was like a mad dictator. "You must go and save those who are in need of Jeses our Lord! And in the meantime, contribute to our building fund!" When really they havn't put a doorknob on the church in 10 years. My views are odd. When I'm around a religious, church-going, bible-hugging person, I sub conciously, I try to make them question their faith. But...when I'm around an athiest, I try to make them question their beliefs. I had to think about that. I guess it means I'm agnostic. But I want to believe that there's some hope in the "afterlife." Hoping that I just don't rot after I die. But it's kinda scary when you really get deep into it. It just...ends. It's like you never existed. You're not a ghost. Not reincarnated. Not sent to heaven or hell but you just...die. All your memories are gone. How do I even know that you all exist. Maybe we all have a little Matrix thing. Except You don't exist. I think it does, but unlike my parents say to me, the "world" does revolve around me. Oh, or maybe, after I supposedly die, my body is reincarnated into my young self again and my life is just played over and over. Which may explain deja vu.
Whoa... Maybe each time I make a different choice but hen the same thing happens like it did before, it becomes deja vu. So what is there to do differently? I think this is motivation to lead an interesting lifestyle. But what if in previous lives,I've already come up with this idea. And then the rest of my life is like reading the last few pages of the book, then start reading from the beginning, already klnowing what happends. Wow I'vewritten alot. Well thank you if you took the time to read all of his. Shows you care. And since I havn't had deja vu of this yet, I must be on a new path. Sweet.
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Monday, March 28th, 2005
2:51 am

Todays topic is...

"Should Matthew 'Cheeks' McCormick run for president in 2028?"
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