*we put the "mmm" in communism


This is the personal blog of Tim. Here, Tim writes on anything he has enough inspiration to finish a post on. That usually ends up being matters of science, pop culture, technology, religion, and philosophy.

This blog is around nine years old, which is over a third of Tim's current age. Back in 2003, it was called "Of Tim: Tim's life - or lack thereof", and it was as bad as you might expect the blog of a freshman in high school to be. Tim hopes that his writing is a little better, these days.

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True Fixation
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The meaning of the phrase "If it aint broke, don't fix it." is a rule by which I live. Thus, generally the only way things improve in my immediate surroundings is if they become broken, forcing my attention upon them and enhancing the otherwise beaurocratic process of improvement. This includes issues of character, as well, which came up today when my parents issued the rather simple challenge of "start doing work or we will forcibly remove every piece of electronics from your room whether you bought them or not". Naturally, being the sauve beast that I am, pretended not to care, but after thinking about it, I really would have no reason to stay up to all hours, which is a concept I am roughly unfamiliar with. More poignant, however, was the notation that Christopher tried exactly what I've been thinking. You know, just zipping off to a part-time job and finding an apartment, living out in that nifty old real world we hear about so often. Turns out that didn't come out too well for him, although admittedly, he was in a significantly different set of circumstances. Regardless, I believe the value of the dollar is one I've been ignoring, in that there are certain realities of life that one must face. An important one being that money is a necessity regardless of who I think I am.

Interesting discussion on epistomology at church today. Philosophy in general has captured my interest, as my guidance counselor noted a few days ago, when we last met. Thinking about how we think and examining how to truly "know" is a fascinating process, although I really have no idea what kind of employment such ventures might offer. Another item to the list of possibilities I have before me.
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