INTERROBANG

Musings on life, the universe and an elephant named Flobo

  I know it has been a couple of days since I have posted. Don’t worry, I am still here. The reason for my absence is an interstate work conference and as with most conferences, networking drinks took up the time I would usually spend blogging. The conference itself presented some useful tidbits of information …

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I have been spending a lot of time walking through the city during my lunch breaks at work. Partly because I like to be able to leave the office behind for a little while and have a break and partly because, it is another excellent place for people watching. Trains lately have been slightly disappointing …

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“Til Death do us part” sounds like a rather innocuous line of vows however personally, I think it should be removed entirely. Anyone who has truly been in love knows that death doesn’t really part anything. You still love the person. You just don’t inhabit the same plane of existence. Also, with divorce being permissible …

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It is hard not to spend time looking back at things and obsessing on the past. However, as George Santayana famously said, Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it. So how should we look back just enough to learn from our mistakes, whilst moving forward. Personally, I do not want to be one …

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Death and taxes are not the only sureties in life. Another thing that can be counted on is, everybody lies. Now don’t go getting on your high horse saying that you are an honest person. Most people could be considered incredibly honest, I like to think I am an honest person, although that doesn’t take …

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My little brother has horrible memory retention and yes, I admit that I have taken advantage of this knowledge over the years by performing, shall we say psychological experiments, and inserting some fake memories. Take for instance when, as a baby he was taken around to be shown off as the freshly baked little  prince …

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A lot can be said for taking the ostrich approach and burying your head in the sand. Yes, I know that these birds don’t actually bury their heads, they are just turning eggs in the nest they have made in the ground however the saying is still apt. Somethings in life are better off out …

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