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July 4, 2007

We are so desperate to show that we are beyond the ‘generic’ – just take a look at Friendster, or Myspace. How many times do you skim over a stranger’s profile and forget about it the next second because it’s nothing special?

But don’t you take so much care in preparing, polishing your own profile till it veritably gleams in the sunlight of your eyes? Do you stop to think that maybe there’s a stranger reading your profile right this instant and then… And then nothing. That is it. He/She/It doesn’t care.

How does one escape this? I don’t know. I don’t know at all. Do you want to escape? Do you not care? Untrue. Being unique is the source of life itself, it is genetic mutation, it is imperfection.

How does something touch a heart? What is that which causes us to stop, look and listen? What affects a person so much that he or she will dedicate his (her) very life to it… and never ever get bored? A cause, a purpose of life that 6 billion other people couldn’t care less about.

Even this post will be forgotten.

I will forget this too.

But I don’t want to forget. There must be more. There is more. But I don’t have it now. Perhaps an update, someday. This will be blogrolled (a word which Firefox refuses to acknowledge).

Update 4th July (yes, that fast.) It’s the 4th of July, the day that marks the birth of a great nation that is currently terrorizing that little quarter of the Earth that does not belong in its Buddy list. Have a happy Independence day, you great nation, you. Sarcasm is my friend.

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