I was blogging things before they were relevant.

"First Post!" he says, mouthing the words slowly into the mirror. He takes sidelong glances at himself from different angles, to ensure the optimal duck-face.

I can see it now: It's the year 2093. You are standing in the holoarchive of the San Angeles municipal hypermuseum. It's a tremendous place. An exhibit presents a new look into early 21st century life. An image hangs in midair - "whoa, two-dimensional" you think to yourself. Thankfully, it has a much more readable mental-transceiver-compatible caption:

  This grainy instagram, captured in 2013 Southern California shows two hipsters on their way to the apple store. Historians speculate that rather than neurocortically-enhanced-powdered-food-ration-injectors (NEPFRIs) like you and I, they were powered by some mysterious beverage called "Pabst Blue Ribbon" - It appears to give them the energy to live in a constant state of irony, thus making them invulnerable to criticism. Much research remains to be done about this dark time in our history.

This grainy instagram, captured in 2013 Southern California shows two hipsters on their way to the apple store. Historians speculate that rather than neurocortically-enhanced-powdered-food-ration-injectors (NEPFRIs) like you and I, they were powered by some mysterious beverage called "Pabst Blue Ribbon" - It appears to give them the energy to live in a constant state of irony, thus making them invulnerable to criticism. Much research remains to be done about this dark time in our history.

I suppose this site is largely intended to be a journal of sorts; created in the interest of interacting with other like-minded heuu-mons. That said, it would be self-deceptive to think that blogging wasn't at least a little bit narcissistic. Admission is the first step, right?

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 So, stay tuned for mundane rantings, peculiar observations, and accounts of generally questionable social interaction. As our modern society swirls slowly round the drain of vapidity, corporatism, and self-promotion, I'd like to offer you a nice cool drink of refreshing oddity; lets just hope it's not Pabst.

 

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