March 10th, 2003

run the fuck away

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I'm in a snipebitchfest about metasexuality versus monosexuality. It's being amusing. I just realized while replying to a comment from beyondbounds that metasexuality is a Neitzchian ubermensch type idea. It really boils out of the same place, and it's one of the few places that the idea of the ubermensch (or the metasexual) as a "going over and a passing under", really makes sense. The going over is that move beyond humanity/sexuality. The removing of the limits that imposes, but in so doing, the meaning behind the term, humanity/sexuality is destroyed; you're moving beyond something that has no meaning. You have both created and subverted in one motion.

I really like that logic.

I'm feeling extra metasexual today. Extra creative. Extra not raedy to work on java yet, but I need to. But there's no book. Suck!

Ah well, as I go, I'll keep y'all abreast of my progress.
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Grk. Gotta find a way to get less riled up over metasexuality. I'm turning into a fanatic. It just makes so much sense, and it's getting to the point where other sexualities start making me feel uncomfortable. It's not usually the case with comitted relationships, but the more casual ones, it often feels like gender is a very strong deciding factor.

"Why isn't that person a ."

Goddammit, I am not male! I am Remy. That involves a distinct biological makeup, but I am not a male. Nor am I claiming femaledom, or anything else. I'm a unique synthesis of traits that essentially makes me something completely different.

::claws at walls in frustration:: I think part of this is getting pissy over java... it's going to be a total bitch to me. Also, judging from the symptoms, I think I'm hitting that menstrual period. Yes, men menstruate, albiet minus the whole blood thing. Deal with it.
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Okay, so Java- java developers have a little code that they talk. Because of the very open way in which Java came to be, it's got all sorts of things. Lots of them. It's just... big. And every Java person I've talked to, and every book I've read, basically assumes a working knowledge of all of these things.

And it's not simple. Ohhh no. For all the flaws in it, .NET is simple. Java is not. The J2EE platform makes me go crazy. One day of studying, and I'm ready to put the book through a wall.