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It Takes Some Silence to Make Sound

Monday, October 16, 2006 at 23:47:58

Bon Matin!

Kinda ironic because it's late evening at present time. I've been away a long time haven't I? I know, been really busy being a cool dude.

Do you want to know how I know when I'm dreaming, it's really simple actually. I think I made my baby steps towards being self-aware when I'm dreaming, which is pretty exciting to be that much closer to taking complete control of my dreams. So anyways, I was taking pictures while I was hanging out in my dorm and then I ask myself the most important question any guy will ask in their life: "How did I get this camera?". Right in that moment, I knew that the family camera was safely sitting on the counter of my Longueuil residence, which means it wasn't in my dorm. The mere fact that I knew that I wasn't suppose to have a camera while I was in my dorm meant that I was in a dream. That's what I call progress. So to wrap this up nice and tidy, I know when I'm dreaming when I am using a digital camera to take pictures.

If you haven't seen the movie "Serenity", you should. As simple as that, it's a great science fiction (sci-fi) movie. sci-fi isn't that great these days. Most movies are cliché and the tv shows are worse. What I like about sci-fi shows is the outer space element which more sci-fi shows these days lack, except for "Battlestar Galactica", another must see sci-fi aventure. Anyways, I loved the energy of the ending credits of the movie "Serenity", can you believe my surprise when I listen to the entire soundtrack and discover a boring compilation of music that seems like it could have been written by a monkey. How dumb do you need to be to withhold the most gripping song of the movie from being on the soundtrack? Lucky me for being a resourceful internet user, I managed to find the song in all it's glory. Now I can listen to it whenever I want.

For those of you not yet in the know, I learnt a brand new classical guitar song that once more pushes me to my limits. A certain Final Fantasy song called "To Zanarkand".

One last note before I take my leave, I discovered a great radio website that allows you to create your own song list from an enormous list of songs all available online. So check it out after the jump.

Check it out

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