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Monday, March 3, 2008

   Outta the box...
Why must people insist on going out of the box. What's wrong with being perfectly content in one's box. I mean think about it. You can customize it and bring imports into it and everything. So many people idolize the world outside of their box but what so wrong with the box. It's amazing how some people can overlook the beautiful things right in front of them. But i guess its just human nature to be curious but even still that what the windows are for...
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Friday, February 29, 2008

Its a really funny thing, by definition its:

The act of coercing; use of force or intimidation to obtain compliance.

Funny thing about it is we as people choose our own fate. My very wise brother once told me "We are all slaves to our destiny, because we choose our own fate". Now the funny thing about it is my situation... I have been coerced back on to Otaku. Although threatened by numerous friends is more appropriate!>.> U <.< (the U representing me) still beside the point. I realize it was indeed my choice to come-back...or was it really? Is coercion something that breaks the vow of the unalienable right to choose? Some ppl say that they dont have a choice in a matter about them. Do you believe this to be true? Do threats change the power of someone's right to choose? I do not believe this to be so. Excuses excuses is what the world cries to men. Because i believe someone always has a choice I also believe that there should be more responsible people in the world and that is what sways my mercy towards ppl. Should ppl who dig their own grave be helped? i am slightly indifferent to those type of ppl but everyday it urks my heart and mind because i see it everywhere. i also know that i am not excluded from the process of digging my own ditches and i just wanted to know different ppl's opinion on the matter.

Also consider America's "give me liberty or give me death" policy that got us where we are today in the world.

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