17 Oct 2000 8bit   » (Journeyer)

Ho hum, loads of things to do, but I think I'll just sit and wait for nothing. Got a new project I wanna do. BIO: Biologically Intelligent Organism. A gameboy game, and obviously far far down the line. Right now I got a couple firends willing to help, but I don't plan on doing anything till winter vacation, and maybe not then either. Language master right now only has a GUI, I need to shove a config file reader in there and some preliminary word-list editor, dictionary and tester...then I can work on fine tuning the good features. I learned about class inheritence, some wacky stuff there. Right now I'm so lazy I think I won't even make this program, or any other for that matter. I'll just ease into my cozy routene of wake, eat, school, homework, tv, sleep and be done with the world. Well, no. One of my goals in life is to make a mark on the world. Not so much as having a household name, but to change the world globaly for the better. HAH! The only things I can think of to acheve that is to do a cunning coup and take over the world, impliment a shogun system for a government with me pulling the strings. Or I could just work to fight stupid patents, get people to write PUBLIC DOMAIN (screw open source, you know not to plagurize, it called COPYRIGHT...GPL this, EULA that!) and tell rich fat-cat artists to cram it! I thought that artists did it cause they like to entertain, but no, now it's all about the money. And that's another thing: MONEY! The cycle of money in Joe Shmoe's life. Birth, play until age four, go to school to prepare for a job, get job, work until too old to continue working, retire and lose money with no income, die. There is NO room for fun. You don't understand real FUN when you are younger than four. When you are old and retired you are too old and feble to have FUN. And when you are in between everything truely fun takes months and years to do and experience. But you only have a two week vacation every year to relax. No room for fun, just room to relax so there isn't a big prole-bourgeois riot. Well FAH! I think I'll become a hobo, thank you very much. Ohh to hell with it, I'm just gonna watch some TV and go to sleep.

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