Pete's Log: ramble mumble rambleEntry #1255, Thu, April 25, 2002, 14:56 EST (Random Crap)
(posted when I was 23 years old.)
The lasting impression that the rational portion of my brain has shut itself off.
Or something about being ruled by emotion.
A desire to create.
If I study computer science, how will I contribute to human endeavors? This is a fallacy. Computer science is a good thing. I am fairly good at it. I can best contribute by doing something I am good at.
Life is short. I should do what I enjoy.
Life is all I get, I should make something of it.
More hits back to back.
Repetition normally leads to ... something. I repeat things to myself, but still have trouble retaining them.
Greg Graffin says "PUNK IS: the constant struggle against fear of social repercussions."
I fear social repercussions.
I'm just waiting for the caffeine to kick in. Then I shall code.
The I-80 exit on I-55 is at mile 250 in Illinois. Repetition has led me to remember that.
Heating up poptarts.
Vowing never to drive on I-99.
Oh God, here it comes. And I still have no idea what class I'm going to teach.
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