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Quotes » agent smith on why
why, mr. anderson, why? why, why do you do it? why, why get up? why keep fighting? do you believe you're fighting for something, for more than your survival? can you tell me what it is, do you even know? is it freedom or truth, perhaps peace - could it be for love? illusions, mr. anderson, vagaries of perception. temporary constructs of a feeble human intellect trying desperately to justify an existence that is without meaning or purpose. and all of them as artificial as the matrix itself. although, only a human mind could invent something as insipid as love. you must be able to see it, mr. anderson, you must know it by now! you can't win, it's pointless to keep fighting! why, mr. anderson, why, why do you persist? - agent smith
homie g commented: dude i was looking for this quote everywhere thanks. peace out gangster ... read 2 more
Quotes » Benjamin Thomas on Life
To understand me a little better here is a list of things I would like to do before I grow old and decrepid: 1First and most importantly I want to pass on my genetic code by planting my seed in the fertile earth of atleast one woman
Sure, I love the fact that so many people read my page. What red-blooded web publisher wouldn't love 12,000 hits on their personal site? But you see, hit counts aren't what it's all about. It's about connecting. I don't publish this thing to attract thousands of mindless surfers. I publish it out of some strange urge to let my friends (and anyone else who stumbles upon it) know what's on my mind when it comes to technology and the web. I keep doing it because occasionally a friend will send me some feedback, telling me I'm absolutely wrong (or absolutely right), and that I should get back to work (or quit my job and do this full time).
Well, I did it. I bit the bullet and purchased a 30GB Apple iPod. And...it's cool as hell. I partially paid for it by ripping all of my CDs to my computer, and then selling them. Now, all those CDs are in the plam of my hand on my iPod. Sure, the moral/legal implications are offensive, but when did I ever claim to have morals?
ThatCreepyWhiteGuy commented: Computers are still better. ... read 5 more
Quotes » dooce on boobs
My boobs are perhaps the most glaring side effect of second trimester pregnancy. I marvel at them daily, primarily because I’ve always wanted boobs, more than I ever wanted Malibu Barbie or front row tickets to a Debbie Gibson concert. If the 11-yr old Heather had known that the pregnant 28-yr old Heather was going to have so much glorious boobage, the 11-yr old Heather never would have worn that poorly designed padded bra for so many months