I might be a bad person

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Some days, the fact that my daughter loves to watch Mythbusters with me is about as good as it gets. Doing something right.

A long time ago I used to argue about ideals with a friend of mine. Not so much the ideals of right and wrong, but what your ideal mate would be or your ideal job. She would always argue that you are settling or denying yourself if you don’t hold out for your ideal whatever. I would always argue that you perception of an ideal was broken since if you did not experience or spend time with people you could never know what you ideal was. And in the end you would just end up with someone who was completely like yourself (since most people who have hard and fast ideals tend to see themselves, intentionally or not, as ideal), and you would probably end up killing them.

Though on the other end of things, I do feel like I don’t spend enough time working out what I really want, less ideals and more dreams, what would I like to achieve, what would I like to do?

Good thing I am still a kid and not a grown up yet, where it would matter if I had a direction or course I was trying to plot…

Quote of the week:

“The constancy
of the speed of light essentially underpins our
understanding of space and time and causality,” said
Oxford University’s head of particle theory. “If we do
not have causality, we are buggered.”

http://harpers.org/archive/2011/09/WeeklyReview2011-09-27

Yep, sounds about right.

Typhoon Kills At Least 12 As It Pounds Philippines http://n.pr/rkhnQz

@nprnews tweet

My only thought when I saw the above tweet was doesn’t the typhoon have to kill 16 to “pound” the Philippines?

The image with this post was made in COMICBOOK!

 

Luke W. McCullough
lm3m @ msn.com
09.27.2011
Office @ the House of Chaos
Arlington, MA

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