I was playing around with Pandora radio today and a band named Lunatica showed up based on the criteria I gave. Intrigued, I set out to Youtube to find some other songs by them to form a better opinion of whether I should go out searching for some of their CDs in the morning, when I came across this little gem of a track. It's not really a song, but more of an introductory monologue to an album titled The Edge of Infinity. Listening to it really got me thinking. For those interested, here's an audio clip from Youtube:
If you can't see it or just don't want to listen to it, here's the full text of the monologue:
What does it mean to you?
It can signify the point at which you leave reality behind.
Or it may just be a mathematical expression to describe the size of our universe.
It can symbolize that true love never dies.
In other words, infinity offers you the chance that you'll
I figured I'd post this up for a bit of fun to see what kind of things you guys come up with about what you think fills up most of my day (and consequently my slave lover Deathsythe). I'll start this off at midnight and go part way through a little bit of the day and leave it up to you guys to use your imagination before I post what my typical day really is like. Your ideas can be funny, realistic, or just plain stupid. It's as much for me to get a laugh as it is you guys, so feel free to debate to your heart's content. Yes, some of this is censored. Don't want to spoil all the fun for you now. :P
Deathsythe, don't spoil this with my real schedule just yet :(
12 AM: Log in after work, checck PMs, wiki forums, etc. 1 AM: Wonder why *top secret* hasn't been done or why we're still waiting on *wiki admin* for a simple *answer* 2 AM: Check MSN, ponder why Vermillion is using another loli
Just when you thought people can't get any dumber, a student in Austin, Texas was issued a detention for giving a demonstration of a non-Microsoft OS as the teacher said it was "illegal" and then e-mailed the head of HeliOS, the "illegal" Linux distro:
...observed one of my students with a group of other children gathered around his laptop. Upon looking at his computer, I saw he was giving a demonstration of some sort. The student was showing the ability of the laptop and handing out Linux disks. After confiscating the disks I called a confrence with the student and that is how I came to discover you and your organization. Mr. Starks, I am sure you strongly believe in what you are doing but I cannot either support your efforts or allow them to happen in my classroom. At this point, I am not sure what you are doing is legal. No software is free and spreading that misconception