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May. 8th, 2008

smiley-chan, Heyo

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A Cyberpunk Manifesto


By Christian As. Kirtchev


 



 

We are the ELECTRONIC MINDS, a group of free-minded rebels. Cyberpunks.
We live in Cyberspace, we are everywhere, we know no boundaries.
This is our manifest. The Cyberpunks' manifest.

Feb. 25th, 2008

sword, Sokka

Outcasts Chapteer 16

smiley-chan, Heyo

Outcasts Chapteer 15

Jan. 3rd, 2008

smiley-chan, Heyo

I lol'd

Dec. 15th, 2007

smiley-chan, Heyo

Cabbage Empire

 Written for the short story contest in Avatar Nations.

 

Dec. 6th, 2007

OMGWTFBBQ

Early Christmas gift

I must say that I love Amanda. I'm participating in a Secret Santa program on http://animeleague.net and I got a good friend of mine, Amanda, as my Santa. She sent me a notebook, a card, and a book by Stephen King. Twas awesome. 
I see you, cyborg

Ayreon's new album

So I checked out the album, and I have to say it's pretty good. Not as in-depth as I expected, but it was still pretty good. The album, titled 01011001, or in its binary translation "Y", describes the struggle of the people that Forever came from, and the events after they lost the ability to comprehend emotion. It starts with them realizing they can't feel emotion, and their slow decline into extinction.

As a last resort, the people of Planet Y create extremophiles based on their own genetic structure. In a plan with no guarantee of success, they fire the extremophiles onto a passing meteorite, which is in turn led to prehistoric Earth. The impact of the metorite decimates the dinosaur population and allows the extremophiles an environment in which to evolve in.

Eventually, the extremophiles evolve into humans, completely identical to the people of Planet Y, with the exception that they can feel emotion. The people of Planet Y study these people for eons, until, in a bit of impatience, gift man with modern technology. This sudden advancement plunges mankind into a spiral of doom, which eventually leads to the great war in 2084. Too late, the people of Planet Y see their mistake, and begin to experience emotions, for it only to be too late to stop their extinction.

The songs are very emotive, despite the fact that the majority of the cast is not able to feel it, a nice touch, in my opinion. As always, Arjen Lucassen is able to tell a great story with the backdrop of excellent musical feats and sound effects. I recommend this album completely, and am eager to hear thge full version.

Nov. 24th, 2007

smiley-chan, Heyo

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Nov. 23rd, 2007

Shoop da woop!

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Nov. 19th, 2007

smiley-chan, Heyo

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