Okay, I might have exaggerated things a little, but the picture itself is true and real. Damned box is labelled Chinese characters, but it is the (nearly) literal translation of iradish, though calling it “digital carrot” would better hit the mark. By means of a friend, I’ve managed to acquire the little gadget in that aforementioned… Continue reading Preview for Something
Certain things are not to be said,
only insinuated,vaguely, like this.
全民轰动，先是升华、声援、集会。 后则反驳、控诉、狡辩。 前者后者都是一个字：反。 美国（由简说起）有的是民主党和共和党，两者都曾担任过美国总统一位。 我国（一般来说）有的是国阵与反对党，即正与反，只有一者曾担任过首相一职。 为何反呢？自我懂事以来，一律不是在政党的，都是在野党。至今，两党地位不曾对换，所以被赐此名，也不稀奇。 几年前政变时，他们就说是反风。当集会开始流行起来，集会的宗旨，到最后都会变成反声浪潮。一开始很有理智的解释，也会被反驳掩盖，往反人，反事的方面针对已被模糊不清的事实。人与人之间，乱了阵脚，乱了和谐， 也开始反起来了。 水能载舟，亦能覆舟，即也是反一个字。反不是不好，但也要适可而止。太多水，饭煮成粥，所以今天晚餐，大家就吃粥。 反是一种声音。表达对意见的不满，一个反字，让人爽快。有时太爽快了，反风太强，让旁人有种压迫感，不知路旁的树何时输给强风，往头上倒过来；在住家躲避风雨的庶民，也不知屋顶会不会随时被吹走。 风，实在带强了。
When the page loaded, I stopped a moment to watch at the rainbow header in awe. A sense of wonder and joy welled in my heart, filling the void that an article I read earlier had created. I’m not going to talk about the article. I’m not going to create more of the void, or… Continue reading Spectrum, Prisms, White Light
A couple of days ago, I came across an infographics on ‘How to Start Up’. One of the things that you are supposed to do in the early stages was to remove the distractions. Bye-Bye Distractions This way you’ll only focus on the things that truly matters. It’s not worth the struggle to fight your… Continue reading Kill ‘Em Distractions, Kill
As for this moment, this period of time, I am a believer of Memetic Conspiracy, that secretly, some God of Words is playing with us with the form of power unique only to human: language. Why memetic? Memetic is merely about the self-replicating units of culture. It has nothing to do with words or language,… Continue reading Do Not Follow Your Passion…
I have changed my mind to better fit yours and others but what of which I know you didn’t want it happen Forgive me but I am you and you survived Parody of “This Is Just To Say” William Carlos Williams, 1883 – 1963