Elsewhere - Heebie GB, Anger and Commons
I prefer the methodology of not contrasting other works but to compete against them as means to personification. This often hinders disputes having disregarded philosophical foundation. It also obscures the paletted boundary which is utilized for my own theoretical underpinning. What brings further unease is the parallels of not the artifacts, but the life of Vincent Van Gogh to my own in this pattern defined. By measure, I should be dead in ten years.

A recent study convened that the death penalty does not deter criminal activity. This is a purposeful rhetoric deviation of the accurate objective for the penalty of death. Having committed a malicious act defiant of civility, the perpetrator is to be removed from the encumbrance of the populace. The word penalty is present which is defined as a consequence to any action therefore not an apparatus of deterrence.

Holding a lover's hand can exemplify a bond. To ensure this validation is not depreciated, utilize romantic venues as coastlines or fine dining...not a Walgreens. Subsequently, get the bleeding hell out of the way. You are consciously impeding this pathway you a-holes.

Tv's occasionally omnipotent film recommendations:

No Country For Old Men (Link: Trailer)

What god believers fear most is their antithesis...people who are fearless of god. It is not through preachings that incur unease but rather the notion of the capacity to stand confidently defiant devoid of prophesized repercussions.

In contrast, skeptics bring about strength in believers. With the foremost facet of accommodation as the earmark for religion and it's subsistence, when confronted, solutions are a derivative of the imagination and hence forth utilized without basis giving a more exploratory resolution to impositions. This is then marginalized as elucidations by god.

On the subject of the believers of god. I have undertook, by accident, a newer abbreviated acronym for these zealots. The initials for "god believer" are gb. With that identified, utilizing a nearly archaic racist like slang labeling as 'heebie gb' has evolved. Coincidentally, that is exactly what god believers endow to me. So now you are aware for future context.

"Let's go SEE a film", not "Let's go talk it over some film".

Education arises from the utilization of applicable experience. Having edifying materials placed into scenarios of exploitation, the populace willingly ascertains knowledge. For example...have you ever sat in your car eating a burger and fries and read the colorful and often unenlightening package? As an alternative to learning about the Hamburglar or Sally Surfer, employ mass consumables as forums for edification. The Communist Manifesto Clif Notes on a Subway napkin or the biography of Hippocrates on a medium chocolate shake.

To: Walter Elias Disney
Date: Year 020 (1960)
Re: Epcot Locality

It has come to my understanding that your analysis of the weather conditions in Central Florida were found superlative for your proposed venture of a futuristic community entitled EPCOT. I would like to impose to you the following iconic and apparently disregarded weather nomalies that would prove deprecating to this undertaking. The Florida peninsula land mass resides near the tropical margin of the circumference of the globe which delineates frequent aggressive weather patterns as hurricanes, tornados, thunderstorms and high humidity. By placing a themed community into this region, you ensure resistance to uniformity of seasonal conditions and attendance and hinder the potentiality of the project. Just a thought...sincerely.

To quote a recent prevalent article on global warming, "The salient facts are these...the accepted global average temperature statistics used by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change show that no ground-based warming has occurred since 1998. Oddly, this eight-year-long temperature stasis has occurred despite an increase over the same period of 15 parts per million (or 4 per cent) in atmospheric CO2...there are strong indications from solar studies that Earth's current temperature stasis will be followed by climatic cooling over the next few decades."

I have now been to hell and no longer can any heebie gb declare fire and brimstone a compulsory backdrop. Nestled within the cache of themed entertainment is the Orlando Universal Studio's CityWalk, which insists on blaring over the loud speakers the Jimmy Buffet classic "Margaritaville" over...and over...and over...and over...and until nausea sets in, you flee, yet never free, of Margritaville.

Sodium sulfacetamide. Sodium carbonate. Sodium palmitate. Sodium is clearly a key ingredient in common medicinal products that aid in the termination of the P.Acnes bacteria that assists a pore in the assemblage of acne. What is curious in relationship to this is that when suffering an ailment, your sodium levels fluctuate and acne can occur therefore instigating the thesis that higher excreted sodium levels through pores can define skin conditions. More on this later.

The most common personality trait that nearly every person has entitled to me in quandary is the probing "Why am I so angry?" or the more notorious "Why do I hate everything?". Scientists recently studying human behavior have now statistically homogenized your derogatory perceptions of characteristics and consequently can distinguish who is more likely correct...and who is not --

"Judging from these tests, it appears that when distinguishing between various arguments, angry people disregard information that's irrelevant to the quality of the argument, such as its source. Neutral subjects, however, give undue preference to those clues. In their report, Dr. Moons and Dr. Mackie wrote that "angry people were routinely sensitive to variations in argument quality". In other words, they pay attention to heuristics or cues that really matter -- argument quality, facts provided, et cetera. Contrary to common belief, anger can now be seen as a "motivator" of analytical thinking, rather than a barrier. The UCSB study shows that anger can help boost analytic thinking as angry subjects more often ignore less useful information. But why? If you think about it, there is an underlying logic. Anger is an emotion that demands a response. Sometimes that response can be harmful or violent. But sometimes it can be constructive -- in this case, a desire to find a solution by focusing on thinking analytically. And as we saw in the third test, even people who weren't analytically inclined saw a boost in their reasoning ability when they got a little peeved. The study also points out that angry people often have a desire to see someone punished, a feeling which could motivate them to rank one argument above another."

Source: Sage Publications

"Other studies, some of which are cited in the Moons-Mackie study, have also found positive benefits to anger. Dr. Jennifer Lerner of Carnegie-Mellon University has studied the effects of anger extensively. She has found that responding to a stressful situation with a reasonable amount of anger can make people feel more in control and more positive. (It's worth noting that in their study, Dr. Moons and Dr. Mackie didn't see that high level of certainty among subjects.) Dr. Carol Tavris, a psychologist and author of a book called "Anger: The Misunderstood Emotion," says that anger certainly has a positive role to play in society. She cites the women's suffrage movement as an example."

Source: APA

For nearly a year I have existed within a proverbial abyss of friendlessness. Subsequently, the ordinary attributes of dispersing minor disparages or sharing advice has been tacit. Having utilized this very platform for ostentatious perspectives, why not now include even the most trivial of counselings in a new segment entitled: Tv's Commons.

Tv's Commons

1. Never order an Oreo Cookie shake with strawberry ice cream. Two contrasting flavours disembodies the well acknowledged vanilla/Oreo scheme.

2. High humidity tropics negate the dress shirt for polo shirts.

3. Breaking into Universal Studios Orlando is quite simple. A single easily duplicated badge clipped to your belt and accessing the side entrance near the Aquos Theatre with some modest timing will ensure success.

4. TNA fans are intolerable. Especially younger fans of LAX.

5. Alcohol with a cold? Why would I do such a stupid thing? I know that alcohol hinders receptors and blood flow. Who the hell devised that fifth of Brandy crap?

6. Jim Belushi, Christopher Lambert and Steven Segal...same guy. Don't believe me? Just look for yourself.

7. Latin Floridians are far from inhibited. I have seen more under-butt in the last few weeks than in an entire season in California. Yet, it is still hippies who are far more exposed...and often not to the delight of the passerby...unless you're a hippie.

8. Want to perplex a male white supremacist? Have his female companion wear black stockings...with the assertion of pointing this out.

9. A majority of the restaurants in Orlando are daft. The general populace wears shorts, tank tops and flip flops while the bulk of the restaurant atmospheres are fine dining. The premise of white dress shirt/black ties serving a family of four in bathing suits is far from rational for a business venture.

10. Having resided within and near an abundance of black cultures, I am quite discouraged. It is far from reason of color but from ethnicity and the tailoring rooted within. In addition to this, I watched a recent study on human behavior that identified how shades of color biologically prescribe emotional responses and in young children, darker colored skin confers derogatory emotional responses therefore instigating ideologies equating violence and race.

11. A Frank Gehry is less ominous from above.

12. In paradox to numeral 10, I have symptoms of jungle fever. I would prefer an OTC antipyretic in a slender gait or I would gladly surrender both for this lovely white haired lilith that my eyes find difficulty dissuading from. A raspy voice, short stature and intoxicating presence nearly detours this very discourse.

My employment experience/experiment has now compiled 102 acquisitions with numeral 100 a 14 hour day as a garbage man.

Link: http://www.tvmiller.com/employment_ee.html

Tv's "Where To?": Pingelap

Link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pingelap

"They may cut your dick in half, and serve it to a pig. And if it hurts you'll laugh and dance a dickless jig." - Gregory of Yardale

Sphere - Provincial CAR Regional News
Date: 20:15 Day 163 Year 4,567,724,067
Author: UN Integrated Regional Information Network
Reference: 01.01R Central Continental Africa

Link: Central African Republic - Aid Agencies Suspend Operations After Killing

Elsewhere - Paucity
Is this dais of hell where I am only to author from?

Elsewhere - Exodus
"Illegal immigration refers to migration across national borders in a way that violates the immigration laws of the destination country. Under this definition, an illegal immigrant is a foreigner who either illegally crossed an international political border, be it by land, sea or air, or a foreigner who legally entered a country but nevertheless overstay their visa in order to live and/or work therein."

Reference: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/immigration

When a true sentient alien descends upon this globe and confronts mankind, it's words will resonate, "People of Earth".

There is nothing more rendering the infuriation of my life than the romanticization of an ethereal geographic perimeter defining and isolating identity.

Animalia Chordata Mammalia Primates Hominidae Homo sapiens sapiens

Elsewhere - Corrosion, Contaminates and Royalty
"Click it or ticket" is the current antagonistic campaign to implore you to save your own life. This tactic is more tailored towards the convenience of a jingle than discretion. Petitioning the application of a safety device should assert living before threats of fines. Do we truly live in such an overly sensitive society where "click it or die a hideously agonizing decapitated death" is too uncongenial? Truth is now often doused in pleasant fragrances and thus detrimentally overlooked.

I thought it would not have to come to this but good-bye NASA. You're done. Corroded bolts?! There are Star Trek modelers who are more perceptive to conditions than your entire organization and affiliates. Cape Canaveral is on an island, on the Atlantic ocean, where weather is often adverse. How have you not figured this out yet? If I was not confident that a more assertive culture once existed, I would find it hard to believe that man had walked upon the surface of the Moon.

While we are ridiculing certain branches of human vocations; a sketch where a girl is pretending to be a dog. MAD-Tv more often concedes particular elements of creativity for an indescribably harmful bowel condition. How does one wake in the morning as an executive producer of that show? Suicide must be lingering in the corner as a tease for something better upon the horizon and I implore the staff and audience to give it a whirl.

To quote, "How do we protect the public from infectious diseases while respecting the rights of those infected." I believe this encapsulates the unconditional irrationality of American culture. Analyzing the statement, we must define innocence. If you are unaffected and able to be protected from contaminates, are you not more conditionally innocent than the person who already defied some modicum of boundary to obtain this infectious agent? Once you have become a harbinger of a transient mortality, it is your ethical responsibility to restrain yourself and if defiant of this measure, you are liable for homicide and therefore coupled with the same restrictions of civil rights as a murderer. The simple and most amiable alternative is moral compliance as demarcated by the preservation of the majority.

Traveler could be the most implausible plot ever devised. Congratulations for blowing it ABC...of course this most likely means this show will acquire a full season under it's belt before cancellation fuck you NBC. Indeed, that is now one complete grammatically correct sentence.

And on the subject of implausibility; no man should ever be concerned with grass stains loitering his baseball jersey as depicted by a recent laundry detergent commercial. Any male will recognize the grass or dirt stain as an emblem of battle, and never willingly obliged to obliterate by oxygenated what-n-evers.

While upon this now rampant theme of dubious imagery, is there no greater of a dismal cinematic moment of implausibility than within the film The Jackal starring Bruce Willis, Sydney Poitier and Richard Gere? Elevating the climax of the film, a female main character is lingering from a gun shot wound to the abdomen and prior to the appearance of Gere, EMTs are assertively laboring over her. Upon his arrival, they disperse and while Gere converses with her for several moments, the EMTs watch on as she dies. I am slightly concerned for the medical advisor on this film if his notation consisted of, "...I approve of their realistic performance."

For those who frequent the news circles, you will take notice that illegal immigration is once again rampant in discourse and again nowhere -- with a dare implied -- will you encounter one person suggesting the alternative phrase, 'fix Mexico'.

My perspective -- thought partially wrong -- is that Ben is in the casket and therefore Jack is disheartened that now he cannot more easily return to the island where Juliet still lives in some post mortal ethereal tangent. I also believe that the final eight to ten episodes will be off the island. Aside from that, there is no more brutal of a commercial break than those that siege the viewer during episodes of Lost. That clearly is an earmark of success and something to aspire to.

Apparently microchips voluntarily placed inside an individual is still considered unethical. If the act of volunteering oneself is marginalized, where is this proclaimed autonomous entity that is so endearingly sung and praised?

I often catch myself yelling at CNN Headline News in the early morning hours with such naive phrases as "shut up" and "please stop" with regards to the newer "entertaining" format with Robin. And to what degree has this configuration evolved? The other day, moments prior to my angst, she informed me that it is, "...very interesting to watch fire fighters fight fires". The day I turn on the tele and rise to dry European news will truly be a heavenly paced morning.

Baby Spice and Chips Ahoy cookies. Two aged desires that are still quite edible.

Because Bill Mahr, people are quite exhausted from a lack of results from being merely "pissed off". Having to actually respond to a mediocre comedian conveys his lack of form.

16,185 murders and 92,837 rapes in the United States of America last year. Commit this to memory and regurgitate it when confronted with disparagement for the quantity of dead soldiers overseas.

I have discovered that you can be both a Christian and Muslim simultaneously...regardless that they are from identical origins anyways. The proposition? You may eat the cracker, but pass on the wine.

I have formed no opinion as of yet as to quality, however, by preface of content, there is much consideration for the upcoming theatrical release of September Dawn.

Link: http://www.septemberdawn.net/

For 65 years, UNESCO has gratified itself by promoting international collaboration by means of, "statements" and trade marks. A passionate discourse in defining disparities...so much more endearing than actually persuading the task of accords. As if I should I curse this gesture eh?!

On that note, I will now be accepting bribes for the review and possible inclusion of your misaligned proposals. I hold no animosity to those willing to adhere to accommodating others by instruments of wealth. In actuality, they have disenchanted no personal values. It was a disposition breach from inception, prior to inducement.

It seems to me that the G8 Summit is a country club interpretation of the United Nations? Only the wealthy and industrialized are allowed...and no blacks or Jews.

Recall a moment in time when you sat within an automobile in the left turn lane awaiting the red arrow to illuminate green. In this moment, the roar of traffic sped by you to the right. The winds howl and the force of air pressure sieges your vehicle, shifting you from side to side. Now envision this scale enlarged. At any one moment, a hundred thousand automobiles and tractor trailers are traveling in a west to east or versa direction. The mere air oscillation you felt magnified to this volume and one must poise the butterfly effect. Though I trifle with mathematicians, I require a formulation. Exterior air volume and pressure per vehicle traveling 70 kph, affixing environmental conditions and angular geographic vectors for the concussion wave. Apportion atmospheric/gravitational slopes and solve for x. Don't screw with me whoever ends up stealing this and publishing a paper. I have allotted an official "vouching" squadron.

I apologize. I viewed a moment of Inside Edition and my bowels are now quite knotted. How horrendous is this program? The first video was of Rosie O'Donnell enjoying her leisurely time away from work which was shadowed by a video of survivors disembarking a 737 crash site in India only to be followed by a deer chasing a boy in a national park. Willing to venture a guess which was awarded the girth of airtime?

Simply put, the Olympics are for competitors...athletes and viewers alike:

Link: http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/engl ... 724245.stm

The media would like for you to believe that due to the hardships of service overseas, soldiers are afflicted with a staggeringly high 20 per cent divorce rate. With the national average above 34 per cent and with soldiers commonly married under duress the while exceptionally young, I find it hard to accept this as baffling.

There is a rather consistent volume of very attractive women utilizing the local public library. This is quite encouraging for us nerd hermits...or nermits.

The English royal family are pressing a local broadcaster to not publish the gruesome photographs of a dying and deceased former Princess Diana because they are distressing. Yes, I imagine the impact of her slight frame contorted like a paper clip was extremely distressing to her but hardly to those who did not suffer this untimely demise. Firstly, the incident occurred in a public forum therefore they are of the curiosity of the public domain imparting censorship to the consumer. Further, if this event is so deemed conspiratorial, why would not all images become available for beneficial scrutiny? Lastly, the photographs of John F. Kennedy's halved cantaloupe is readily available, aside from the cache of other historical prominent figures so why does this celebrity exceed margins?

There is a campaign to remove the use of stun guns by law enforcement officers on the mentally handicapped because, "...they don't understand." 300,000 volts of electricity cauterizing their entrails should certainly inform them enough to understand that they have exceeded a boundary. Regard the alternatives; beatings or bullets, and consider them fortunate to have a professor of etiquette.

I dare you to watch an entire Senate dialogue on a propositioned bill and the successive vote without even the slightest of interruptions. The moment your mind and body becomes apprehensive, rationalize the time you've squandered and contrast it to the progressions of congress. Life is impatient, your legislators should keep up.

Mathematicians, linguistians and scholars all negotiate intangiablly consequential anecdotal ethereals. Engineers are the burdened.

Tv's "Where To":

Link: http://allafrica.com/stories/200706010408.html