Saturday, February 19, 2011

Missing the water right now, so posted this up!
This is quite amazing, I've no clue (nor ability to derive)
whether this is edited or genuine, but if such things were
possible I'd definitely try it out!

Now that I look at it again, it probably is photo-shopped
(or the like), but I'll dismiss my scientific and mathematical
logic cognitions (I am improving in that aspect, but I
don't think I'll let my ratiocination smote my imagination!

Oh gosh, I really like that quote.

Yes, I thought it up myself.

Let's put it in a blockquote.

I won't let my my ratiocination smote my imagination!

At first I put my name after it, crowning it my quote but
I suppose that's a rather selfish thing to do, and life isn't
about the credit and the crown.


Life isn't about the credit and the crown.

I'm thinking to myself; I'm merely 13 (not that age matters;
oh I just contradicted myself), and I don't think I've got
the experience and right to state what life's about. Why
don't we reword it to:

Ideas aren't about the credit and the crown.

At first I thought, 'success,' but instead coined 'ideas' 
because that was what I had thought up, an idea. Also,
I thought about the French Revolution (I'm studying it)
and how Voltaire and Rousseau's  (Just to list those two)
ideas had shaped France so greatly.

It's not about the acclaim, it's about it's affect, isn't it?

Conversion trumps commendation.

Haha, how was that!

Well guys, I think I'll go now!
It's been very fun blogging today.

Before I leave: three new words I discovered through reading (or skimming, hehe) two articles!

[kuh-kof-uh-nee] –noun, plural -nies.
1. harsh discordance of sound; dissonance: a cacophony of hoots, cackles, and wails.
2. a discordant and meaningless mixture of sounds: the cacophony produced by city traffic at midday.
3. Music . frequent use of discords of a harshness and relationship difficult to understand.

[suh-lil-uh-kwee] –noun, plural -quies.
1. an utterance or discourse by a person who is talking to himself or herself or is disregardful of or oblivious to any hearers present (often used as a device in drama to disclose a character's innermost thoughts): Hamlet's soliloquy begins with “To be or not to be.”
2. the act of talking while or as if alone.

[yoo-foh-nee-uhs] –adjective
pleasant in sound; agreeable to the ear; characterized by euphony: a sweet, euphonious voice.

The articles: