We have seen the fire eater bathing in the fountain.

By the way, the post before this is my 2nd response to the “malevolent God theory”
I found a poem of mine the other day, I rewrote it, edited it, and posted on here. I am writing music for it. Its called “The Form of Emotion”
Alot has changed in the past three months. For the good…and for the worse

1. The universe is being further uncovered.

Scientist discovered a new planet this summer, and named it Sedna, after the Inuit (Eskimo) goddess of the ocean. This planet is the coldest most distant place known in the solar system; possibly the first object in the long-hypothesized Oort cloud. It is the most distant solar system object ever discovered. It is twice as far from the sun as any other solar system object and three times farther than Pluto or Neptune. Standing on the surface of Sedna, you could block the entire sun with the head of a pin held at arm’s length. Actually, right now…Sedna is not a planet, and neither is Pluto. But they will soon define what a planet it (as there is no definition) then we will know which is a planet or not.

2. Good health has changed, and so has the food pyramid.


The oils used to be on the top, now they are on the bottom. The read meat, pasta, rice, and white bread are now on the top. Nuts are near the bottom…and they used to be near the top. So yea, learn it, memorize it. Pasta is not good for you, but Olive Oil is.

3. For the first time in US history, a city is completely obliterated.
The United States has been hit one of the most powerful forces ever in nature, beyond all devistation the U.S has ever seen. The death toll is incredible, and over most of New Orleans is under water and completely and entirely destroyed. The death and destruction is so great that the corpses of poor people are lying in the street. Just now, I saw a corpse just randomly lying in the street, on the T.V. The news networks are saying the city will never be rebuilt. It’s incredibly awful.
I can’t believe the looting and chaos that is going down. Lawlesssnes like no other, shoot-outs, people killing each other for food. It’s barbaric! People are shooting at helicopters that come to rescue them and stealing valubles from there neighboors. I believe this city will NEVER be rebuilt. New Orleans is no more. Tragic. I feel bad for President Bush; he’s been president for the biggest terrorist attack on the US and the biggest natural disaster in US history.

4. The gas prices have soared to heights like no other.
When I went to the gasoline station yesterday after school, I was shocked to see the prices posted:
$3.29-3.29 a gallon. Gas was being rationed, and you HAVE to prepay.

I know you already know, but did you know that in Georgia and Southeastern US it is $4.00-7.00 dollars a gallon? Its insane…but people will soon get the idea to start car pooling, to stop going places as much, and to slow down on travel. Schools here in Kentucky have suddenly stopped having school 5 days a week and only having it 4 days a week. (I’m dead serious), because already the buses are costing the school an incredible ammount. On Monday, a bottle of water at the local convienence store cost .79 cents. But today, as I saw, it costs $1.29. Everything is going to get more expensive, as it will be more expensive for the delivery trucks to travel. The state of Kentucky is under a “State of Emergency”

You know what, more and more chaos and natural disasters and other things are happening every day…huge Tsunamis, huge Hurricanes, huge Earthquakes, increasing terrorism, increasing chaos. Akk are signs that will increase before Christs second coming. Makes you think, doesn’t it?

Can you think of anything that has changed? Or do you have something to add? Please leave a comment.


  1. Danny on September 1, 2005 at 8:14 pm

    Really interesting writing. Keep up the good work.

  2. Kaleigh on September 1, 2005 at 9:25 pm

    Wow. A new planet? That’s pretty cool!

    That is very sad as to what has happened to New Orleans. 🙁 We should all be praying.

    Around here the gas prices are just over $3. The lowest I’ve found is $3.02. But we’re further away than you are.

    It’s amazing to think of how close it is until the second coming of Christ. I’m excited and not at the same time…. I don’t know why.

    I say that they need to dig up in Alaska… forget the ‘nature’ and dig, they has a ton of oil up there.


  3. Mark on September 2, 2005 at 3:07 pm

    They cannot forget “nature”. Think about the consequence to the environment. They would cause more damage than anything. It would cause all sorts of chain reactions.

  4. Kayla on September 2, 2005 at 10:01 pm

    How about the fact that you became friends with the coolest girl around? Yeah, that’s a pretty awesome change. 😀


  5. ~**eMiLy eLiZaBeTh**~ on September 2, 2005 at 10:46 pm

    ok so i commented but i dont know where it went, lol, i miss you like crazy, and yeah. ur writings are interesting, but i love ur paintings/drawings, they are awesome. i hope i can see you soon! it stinks we couldnt see each other this weekend!!! love you!
    hugs n luvs
    ~**eMiLy eLiZaBeTh**~

  6. Taylor on September 2, 2005 at 11:53 pm

    Hmm. When you mentioned Sedna in the CGR chat last Friday, I thought you were just messing around… interesting.
    Yeah… New Orleans might never recover. My mom went there once… about eight years ago… she says it was a real nice city. Now I’ll never know. :-/

  7. Donnie on September 5, 2005 at 6:42 am

    So do your xanga and this blog match, post for post? Ah what the heck, I’ll subscribe to both.

    In response to the digging up Alaska thing, yeah you are correct, we can’t forget nature, but we have the technology to drill in Alaska on the north slope with out disturbing the ecosystem or polluting the whole state. Things would just have to be done correctly and monitored by the EPA closely. We drilled a well on the Padre Island National Seashore, during the hatching of the Sea Turtles. It can be done.

    Wow, this is like the longes first comment I have ever made.

    Later dude,


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