Friday, October 22, 2004
and so it goes...
what a depressing blog this has been for the past few weeks.

oh my.

time to get back to viewing the world with a more cynical and sarcastic way to bring in the laughs.




sorry, no can do, i'm not a very funny person.

like how some people seem to be art appreciators, i also seem to be a humour appreciator, i can find a whole lotta crap funny, for instance monty python till oscar wilde, but i can't really be funny. how sad that is :D but i'm into morbid humour sometimes,!

ish ish ish, back down the thorny path of depression again. or otherwise depression causing.

but the other sick way of it is giving a good time to everyone out there by virtue of the phenomenon of Schadenfreude.


something to max out your connection. off the site==>
"The Found Photos started earlier this year while searching for mp3's using a filesharing program. I was searching through someones shared file list, and saw a folder named 'pictures'. I downloaded the folder and found 20 or so digital camera pictures of this persons life, taking pictures of himself, his friends etc. It made me wonder what else was out there, and after searching for more photos I found hundreds, thousands of them shared to everyone."
and before you think this is some guy with a voyeuristic streak,
"The world seems like a smaller place after finding all these photos and posting the ones that are worthwhile. I can see so many of the same emotions and situations that i've experienced over the years, unique to each person but similar and instantly recognizable. I've filtered through 1000's and 1000's of photos of everyday life and not so everyday life to find the ones that make up the archives here. Hopefully the pictures as worthwhile to view as they have been to find."
well, i visited this site a while back, and i decided to share it here because it feels so real. it's probably also associated with the current craze for reality based programming. after being bombarded with idealized concepts of "perfection" and "normal" we all need some sort of confirmation outside from our immediate circle to confirm yes, we are indeed people. yes, we are not perfect, who is? but life is still going on and life is wonderful.

The light at the end of the tunnel is the headlamp of an oncoming train.
posted by onigiri @ 11:07 PM  
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