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So I'm still alive
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Kony
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Systems
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Soldiers
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So I'm still alive
I'm still around and coming up with occasional ideas for designs, stickers, morale patches, etc. Might upload more stuff regarding literature, but that'll probably be saved for when I finally get an actual website set up. Art will go here, boring word documents over there. That's the dust-collecting plan, at least. Other than that, nothing to report. Besides my continued survival and newfound interest in CS:GO (yay or nay), it's been same shit different day.
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Kony
Kony 2012 A viral campaign launched by the organization "Invisible Children" to bring awareness in the First World (namely; America) to a violent, causeless war criminal wanted by the ICC. A 30 minute video posted on YouTube kicked off the massive action, much like a political campaign, trying to rally people's voices together for the cause of pushing the government (namely; Washington) to take or continue actively opposing this warlord whose most notable terrorist action is the kidnapping, brainwashing, and using of child soldiers. The video targets the native, and most capable of meme-generating, residency of the internet; the youth. The
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Systems
The easier you make the system, the dumber the people using it. My metal shop teacher wrote his colledge study on this topic, and he cited many examples, most notably of which was the operations in several different restaraunts. In restaraunts where the food was listed by names and written down (in person with pencil and paper) by order takers or waiters, people nearly always got what they ordered. Inversely, at fast food places where people would simply order a number and the order taker would punch a key on a computer for each condition, people got exactly what they wanted less than half the time. In the hard system, where waiters would
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Soldiers
All soldiers are heros For risking their safety And their lives For those they care about For those they love For all they know It is sad That in my generation In its ignorance And its arrogance Feels just to judge With no experience Those whom have survived hell Just to be criticized All soldiers are heros For risking their lives To protect all they care for However misplaced or misguided that care may be.
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