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Working the Grove

Monday, 3 October 2005 08:41 pm
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After much shift back and forth between skins I have come to the conclusion that I like this one (Note to You: You have to be in my site to see it)...


Friday, 30 September 2005 04:06 pm
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Who are these posts addressed to?

Why do I type them up as if someone is listening?

Is someone listening?

A Good Day

Thursday, 1 September 2005 12:43 am
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Today was a good day. Matt picked me up just after 1pm and we went to Leamington so he could pick up hi transcript and report card and so I could try and get my timetable early. I didn't get the actual piece of paper, as they were printing at the time, but I got to take a look at it.

Period I - Accounting with Spadini
Period II - Geogrpahy World Issues with George
Period III - Business Organization and Behaviour Studies with Chapman
Period IV - Grade 11 College Math with Mazar *cringe*

The only thing that I am worried about is the crowd that the college math tends to gather, but I will survive.

Work was good too, it was steady and I liked that.

Ergo Cognitio,
Eric James

How Dare She!

Wednesday, 31 August 2005 02:11 am
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How dare she reffer to my past girlfriend as 'my girls'!!
She knows nothing about me, she just likes to think that she does!
I am sick and tired of her crap, and this is for sure.

Just Got Up

Tuesday, 30 August 2005 11:03 am
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Well ladies and gentlemen I am up from my slumber. I was planning on getting up at 9am but what can you do? I do not have to work until 5pm anyway (a trainees shift because I am covering for the perhaps recently fired new guy).

If you are bored sitting at home wonder what you can do, give me a call or write me an email, or write a really long post so I can read it and then make some obscure comment about it that for the most part has no relevance on anything.

Ergo Cognitio,
Eric James

Something New

Tuesday, 30 August 2005 02:40 am
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I found yet another (newer) model parliament online to keep me company. I had so much fun on the last one but it just got to the point where it was too established a new members just did not understand what was going on at all.

This is my new one, it is called Thergo. If you like RPG style games (using message boards) and also like politics then by all means join, we are just getting started right now so it is a good time to get in and get a good spot.

Also, (style inspired by [ profile] bohemiandreamer) HAPPY BIRTHDAY [ profile] crazykait!

(I just realized that this post is technically one day late because Kait's birthday was on the 29th not the 30th, you get the idea and the thought though I am sure)

Ergo Cognitio,
Eric James

On *THAT* Note...

Sunday, 28 August 2005 03:01 pm
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I just got back from a tiring shift at work. I love working the morning shifts though because not only does it wake me up but I finish my shift at either two or four and that leaves a lot of the day open.

I think I might call Matt to see what he is up to tonight.

I had a fun conversation with Kaitlin last night, I like talking to her, even though I am not allowed to talk about politics or religion.

I suppose that a great thought for today would be: What would you do if almost all of the people closest to you were becoming geographically further?

Ergo Cognitio,
Eric James

"A penny for your thoughts, a nickel for your kiss...a dime if you tell me that you love me."

Kaitlyn Quote

Sunday, 28 August 2005 01:35 am
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"I don't like the people who hang out at the park at night"

*as we walk into the park at 10:00pm*

"Like us?"

The Culture of Death

Saturday, 27 August 2005 02:35 pm
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 This is the basis of the Culture of Death:

"Do not be deceived: God cannot be mocked. A man reaps what he sows. The one who sows to please his sinful nature, from that nature will reap destruction; the one who sows to please the Spirit, from the Spirit will reap eternal life." Galatians 6:7-8

How many great philosophers and scientists which are revered in the Western world have mocked God?

Arthur Schoperhauer
Friedrich Nietzche
Ayn Rand
Charles Darwin
Francis Galton
Karl Marx
Auguste Comte
Judith Jarvis Thomson
Jean-Paul Sarte
Simone de Beauvoir
Sigmund Freud
Margaret Mead
Peter Singer

All of these people have contributed to the Culture of Death. And all of their philosophies when placed in the realms of reality produce destruction.

John-Paul the Great spoke prophetically about the Culture of Death. Even our faith has been built up in this Culture. We see it in the Church, in the water-downed doctrines and the half-baked opinions of the masses. I have pity on mankind, including myself, how can we liberate ourselves from this oppression of destruction?

Ergo Cognitio,
Eric James

It's Raining...

Saturday, 27 August 2005 01:35 pm
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It is raining at the moment (as it has been almost all morning and afternoon).

I love the rain.


Imagine a desert with rolling hills of sand. The ground is dry, hard and cracked. It has not seen rain in months. All of a sudden the sky becomes full with dark clouds and water pours from the Heavens and quenches the thirst of the dry land.

It seems that when it rains all Life streches its arms to the Heavens to get a piece of the shower.

It is the renewal of nature. A Day One.

I love the rain.

Ergo Cognitio,
Eric James

Upcoming Events

Saturday, 27 August 2005 11:01 am
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Its Saturday August 27th, 2005.

At present I am sitting in front of my computer in my bedroom (which is an absolute disaster zone right now) writing a post to you fine people.

In a few minutes I will be calling Marlena before she goes to work.

I plan on attending Mass at St. John the Evangelist Parish in Woodslee at 5:00PM (all are welcome!).

I will be renting the film House of Flying Daggers to watch with Kaitlyn when I got to her house after Mass.

Sound like an interesting day?

Ergo Cognitio,
Eric James