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mission drive within everything
To allievate soul-crushing boredom
Saying no, slacking at a professional level
University of Bristol, Bristol
The tallest blade of grass is the first to be cut by the lawnmower
most recent writeup
February 10, 2004
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Hello. I'd generally like to say something interesting and witty here to introduce myself, but I need a fall guy to poke fun at first.

It's better to feel something than nothing at all

One question I keep coming back to is "Why node? Who does it help?" The answer is: me. I'm not a thinker or a philosopher and nothing really monumental ever happens to me. I use E2 to hijack other people's lives and spy on them, especially when Big Brother UK isn't on the television (unfortunately, I saw a CSI programme with a mental guy who also hijacks other peoples lives. He got busted. I'm scared now). Reading moving, emotional nodes is my favourite part of E2 and it's something I can't really give back. So I node about people and things in a factual way, which is something I'm rather good at. I think. Perhaps fatual nodes are what the emotional people like best. So why does noding help me? Because I feel like I'm giving something back. I also need the ego inflation whenever I gain an experience point. I'm shallow. Sue me.

Trumpet blowing
Some nodes by me include Dogbert and Catbert (not that I want to by typecast). My Smallville one is also quite good, if you like that sort of thing.

Below are the bookmarks of great nodes I come across on my E2 travels. Hopefully it should reveal somthing about me. But not too much. That would be weird and encourage psychopaths to come around and throw eggs at my house and knock over my bins.

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