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Wednesday, August 03, 2011

Perfectionist Wednesday

It's raining today,
And YAY! for 1k+ views and 100+ followers
Thank you so much guys. I could have not done it without you :) and I'm looking forward to having more followers.
Back on topic: It's raining today.




I'm sorry for being too slow for this. I have finally put a verse on the song that I am making.


"
Morning Sunrise has never been so bright
with the help of the moon shining her light
you helped me rise up high,
I would not know what to do with out you on my sky.

The only treasure I'll take care of,
The only progress I will keep an eye out.
Never had someone in my life
made me stand up and fight.
"




Yeah pretty much that for now. Since I literally am blacking out of meaningful ideas and all the ideas that I have been getting is just too shallow. I'm such a perfectionists that even when I felt that this was done it still feels not perfect I don't it's probably is just me. Garbage writing I know lol. I doodled my ass up to come up with something I would like.

Anyway it's raining here and feels like Limbo so Imma give you some LULz.



You could have at least chuckled or you are a heartless person and nothing pleases you anymore haha.

On yahoo news:

Earth once had two moons?
Wowowow.

From yahoo news:

WASHINGTON (AP) — In a spectacle that might have beguiled poets, lovers and songwriters if only they had been around to see it,Earth once had two moons, astronomers now think. But the smaller one smashed into the other in what is being called the "big splat."
The result: Our planet was left with a single bulked-up and ever-so-slightly lopsided moon.
The astronomers came up with the scenario to explain why the moon's far side is so much more hilly than the one that is always facing Earth.
The theory, outlined Wednesday in the journal Nature, comes complete with computer model runs showing how it might have happened and an illustration that looks like the bigger moon getting a pie in the face.
Outside experts said the idea makes sense, but they aren't completely sold yet.
This all supposedly happened about 4.4 billion years ago, long before there was any life on Earth to gaze up and see the strange sight of dual moons. The moons themselves were young, formed about 100 million years earlier when a giant planet smashed into Earth. They both orbited Earth and sort of rose in the sky together, the smaller one trailing a few steps behind like a little sister in tow.
The smaller one was a planetary lightweight. The other was three times wider and 25 times heavier, its gravity so strong that the smaller one just couldn't resist, even though it was parked a good bit away.


I don't think I'm ready to believe this yet. I guess with lots of mysteries on earth alone I won't grasp this for now. For me It's a little too much haha. A little more than before I guess. What I would love though is a better explanation of life it self. Or a real and unquestionable proof about evolution, Let me be a little of a conspiratorial guy in a sec.You think the Vatican is hiding something from us? haha I guess time will tell.? It always does.

More over.

Here is a good instrumental if you want to listen to some instrumental. I'm just gonna throw this out.





Tomorrow I will be reviewing a band, I'm gonna look them up a bit more to see if they really are overrated or not. If they're not then I'm changing the band. I'm taking off now guys and I will go back some more stuff asap. This is your Internet neighbor Jobless Guy taking off, And as always
 Thanks for reading!


http://thelifeofajoblessguy.blogspot.com/

11 comments:

  1. So much in the one post. Enjoyed the poem, and loving the cockblocker win! Really digging the instrumental as well. I wish I could play guitar as well as that guy.

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  2. Can't wait to see your review. :)

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  3. The doodle on the poem looked cool. I was rooting for whiplash and cried out when he lost. The dual moon theory makes sense to me, seeing it wobble all the time. I absolutely loved the instrumental, "Ocean". I would like to know his tuning for this jam.

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  4. It's a pleasure to support you :P

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  5. There is quite a lot to this post...where to comment? Well I'm glad it rained for you! I think it's raining, or has rained, a bit here. I did lol at the video, and I was under the impression we did still have two moons, but one was actually quite small, so hardly noticeable, but still classing as a moon.

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  6. It rained here today too! There was a lot of content in this post, great for procrastination!

    also, congrats on 1k views!

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  7. The worth that learned charity aye wears: Following!

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  8. I love how you talk about Vatican conspiracies and then randomly throw in an acoustic piece :D

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