Sunday, September 18, 2011

Success Failure Winner Loser and other Useless Semantics


Same Shit Different Blog

Success Failure Winner Loser Useless Semantics overly used and abused.

Lose our Life and Fail on keeping on living.

But the words are heavily used by nitwits and inbred yuppies and so many more.

One can fail someone or oneself once, one is not a failure for that.

One can succeed once or many times even and one is definitely NOT a success for that.

What or Who is a Success anyway and what does it mean?

Every day I wake up alive I succeed, I have succeeded.

I succeeded in living longer than many of my contemporaries or past legends.

I am a success to my last breath that is when failure and chaos take over on success and order.

Is there anything more puerile than sticking an L sign with your fingers to your forehead?

Some people never grow up therefore never SUCCEED.

But don't you call them losers for they'll beat you to a pulp and THAT in their primitive minds will make them WINNERS.
(Insert Monkey noises here a la Tim Allen.)

“Blogging is not writing. It’s just graffiti with punctuation. ”

 "I’m sorry that it was all so successful. I honestly didn’t mean it to happen like that. It’s hardly surprising that people grew to hate me.”  
~ Phil Collins
The paradoxical price of "success": 
more people will HATE you.
And if you are successful enough they will even KILL you, Jesus, Ghandi, Martin Luther King etc should I include John Lennon in here?
If he hadn't been a success he might still be alive. If he hadn't "succeeded" in his fight against deportation, he might still be alive.
Rom 12:2  And be not conformed to this world: but be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind, that ye may prove what is that good, and acceptable, and perfect, will of God. 
 I do pride myself in trying NOT to be conform to this Aeon, this Age, this Kosmos, this World, in trying to think beyond what is required or not required of me, in questioning every word and every thing, in also asking the right questions as Pynchon says.
'If they can get you asking the wrong questions, they don't have to worry about the answers.'  ~ Thomas Pynchon
 Is more of us better or worse now is another question I can't answer! ☺


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