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drunken archive 3ld12-z

friend: Omg that tasted like heaven.

imnotme: So… let me get this straight.  You’ve been to heaven, and the comparisons you make now that you’re back are to things that taste like it?





imnotme:  ?

friend:  just venting.

imnotme:  I certainly didn’t think you were dictating an orgasm to me via text.

friend:  long story. short: 1 and 2 don’t mix, I get to be in the middle.

imnotme:  oh, nm my reply then.

friend:  yeah… deets are not important here.

imnotme:  virtue be your guide

friend:  Unfortunately. Why? Why does my fucked up background give me such zen strength?

imnotme:  It’s you man, you sought truth young

friend:  I really did.  I remember hearing how intense I was from adults since I was ten.

imnotme:  a little hedonism goes a long way, give it a try

friend:  but then all will be dead.

imnotme:  Drowned in your semen?

friend:  hahahahahahahahahha… uh, I guess.

imnotme:  Just love yourself and prove it with your actions

friend:  That seems hard.

imnotme:  I will weep for you then

friend:  As you should.



So, I hardly remember writing the post I made last night, but I must say… damn.  I feel like I taught myself something that I’m still learning.  Which brings me to nakedness.  I quoted Thoreau in my last post in regards to clothing, and it wasn’t until I reread the post in its entirety that I fully understood why I had.

Technology as I am referring to it here is akin to clothing in the following sense: that technology necessarily manipulates nature to an effect.

With this definition, and I believe it is a reasonable one, we can promptly draw a line between nature and creativity.  It is almost as though our one natural human gift (creativity) is also possibly our foreseeable demise, for with creativity comes manipulation, and manipulation always compromises that which has been changed.  Therefore, we are destroying the earth because our creativity has lead us to manipulate nature (via industrial uses of wood, livestock herding and agriculture, among others) to attain a perceived value, but it has always been a wasteful pursuit that has introduced to us the most complex pyramid scheme ever conceived of.

The same applies, I think, to “true” nudism.  I can see it now, as I have never seen it before, as a regression to uncomplicated interaction.  Let’s remove the artifacts of our achievements and just be naked humans who display outwardly nothing more than our own bodies, and let our discourse and cooperation make our bond.


oh these modern days

I have never lived in any time period but this one; remarkable, I know, but I have studied other time periods a lot and I have come to a conclusion.  That is, I have realized that we are not any further from the food chain per se but have created a new predator that even we cannot control: industry.

Think about it.  How many people died in the making of the Panama Canal?  Lots.  Lots and lots.  A staggering number when you consider it was just a project and not a war.  27,500 estimated deaths in the name of easier shipping!  Nowadays OSHA tries to ensure that dangerous work is either eliminated or at least regulated and compensated, but cancer is on the rise too.  Cancer is not a disease, it is a desperate attempt of the body to move biologically destructive particles introduced to your bloodstream into one location.  When this storage effort has exhausted itself you die from the flood of contaminated cells that spill out into your body and clog in your vital organs.

Cancer and the birth of technology are most likely bedfellows.

Even my own death, should it be at an old age and after having lived a “full life” or raised a healthy family will be too early when you consider that humans in developed nations lead a mockery of a life.  We (nearly) voluntarily sell our selves into slavery to the industries that promise to increase our ability to consume.  Why?

Thoreau said it beautifully when he stated in Economy: “Beware of all enterprises that require new clothing.”

Yeah, I think about that in my quest for a new job.  I applied to a position within my company that requires fancier dress than I am now accustomed.  It is so absolutely arbitrary.  It’s as if to say that, because this job is more highly compensated, you must display this fact so that when others see you, they will not associate your position in the company with that of a lesser-compensated coworker.

Why?  I challenge anyone to come up with a reason that cannot be easily thrown out.

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