How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

So a certain someone to whose journal I post muchly, makes some comments about our conversation, which is neet, because I enjoyed it muchly. But enough on that.

Went out today- but I go out everyday. I love my cluster of friends... we're just... uh yeah. It's uberneato. Me, Apples, James, Sam, Ben, Tim... the six musketeers baby. Twice the chocolate nougat flavor. Apples whipped up his character for our roleplay... a really cool Old Clan Lasombra.

And Apples has a little problem. I won't go into it overmuch- beause it's HIS problem, not mine, but I'm kinda guilty, because my advice (a discussion with an individual concerned with the problem) kinda blew up.

Okay, another stupid question. I'm watching this documentary on levitation, and they're obsessing about newton's third law. Like, they're trying to use forces like magnetics to make things levitate. I don't get it. Why worry about forces? You simply need to develop translocation. It shouldn't be that hard.... Just move something from one place to another without applying a force to it.

I'll have to work on that a bit.

Someday, oh someday, I'll awaken and become a son of ether. Even if I have to found the Son's of Ether because it is (supposedly) a fictional society.

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