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So, day two and I'm still writing. Bravo for me. Today I've been thinking about my political roots once again and how I'd like to cultivate them. Oh yes, the very deep down roots of political linkage. It's the only way to really make a difference in the democratic process. You can dissent and moan and complain all you want but in the end only money and political activism makes a difference. I think if I don't make it in writing, I'll go into politics. Ha, what a frightening thought for this nation! =D

In other thoughts, I am very much nostalgic for high school and it's simple relationships. I was clearing out my email account today and found how straightforward everything seemed. Very distant to me now I fear. Reactions are not the ones I have in my gut but the considered ones that I have come to after processing. Certainly, this is a good way to handle them but I miss the emotional discharge of the past. *sigh* Loneliness is my better half these days, I don't deny it or proclaim it...I simply accept the truth. And I don't want that to come across as self-pity, just reality.

Anyways, I'm done for now. Remember folks, an entry a day keeps the doctor away! ;)

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"God grant me distraction."
-Zampano


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