Playing Video Games (X-box)
Long novels (atleast 250-850 pages)
Philosophy of me
In a perfect world... (a question to us all)
In a perfect world, many would say that everyone would be equal and we would all have the same amount of quality. Most would say that there would have never been any slavery. Perhaps half would say that there would have been no signifigant crimes. But when we someday make this "perfect world" how will we live? If no one starved, then the population would virtually balloon up instantly. If we all lived the same life span, perhaps life would be fair. But we know life's not fair. And how does the world change when it is perfect? Surely if everyone is to be equal then we should all have the same amount of money? Well, we don't (sadly for some of us, a fact taken for granted by so many others) so if we all had the same amount of money, we would still have jobs. And we would all like our jobs equally, so where will we get about half of our blue-collar workers? And our bosses would have the same amount of money as us. And then, they could not afford to have businesses. We all work hard in life at some point, to support ourselves, our families, and the causes we stand for. And many people are proud at the end of the day that they've worked to do everything they can. But, as any person who knows anything about economics knows, it all doesn't work out in the end. So perhaps we need to have different incomes. And how do we know who deserves to make more money? When you inherit money from a rich person, is it fair that you've been given this opportunity a poor man never had? Well, we'll assume for now that the world will work out in the end (religous beliefs aside as to when this is) and for now we'll do the best we can with all that we have, whether we deserve it or not, and the world will be a pretty nice place to live in, and a great place to wake up in tomorrow.
Some quotes I like
A hero is a man who does what he can.
The scientific man does not aim at an immediate result. He does not expect that his advanced ideas will be readily taken up. His work is like that of the planter — for the future. His duty is to lay the foundation for those who are to come, and point the way. He lives and labors and hopes.
Men often hate each other because they fear each other; they fear each other because they don't know each other; they don't know each other because they can not communicate; they can not communicate because they are separated.
-Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
- Stride Toward Freedom: the Montgomery Story (1958)
It is the theory which decides what can be observed.
- On his "blue and rose periods" from Picasso on Art,
It means nothing to me. I have no opinion about it, and I don't care.
- First edit: 18 April 2006
- 250th edit: 20 July 2006
- 500th edit: 20 August 2006
- 1000th edit: 18 September 2006
- First vandalism revert:September 9 2006
- Joined Esperanza: September 8 2006
I have an interest in law, and often write Wikipedia articles about it.
All that other good stuff
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Some people I admire are:
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- I have my own sandbox. check it out.