Test...yes test...that is all while I test some mobile apps to blog with....:-)
Thursday, April 18, 2013
Wednesday, April 17, 2013
Thoughts one late night... I've greatly enjoyed reading for most of my life, yet now I am faced with a great "need" to read.. To learn.. To absorb as much knowledge as possible. Something is drawing me to books, to knowledge.. To exploration. I was told years ago by someone of spiritual prowess that my success lied within books. I've come to the point in my life where wisdom is starting to dawn upon me. I've lived a life of happiness up until about ten to twelve years ago where my emotional and mental breakdown began and ultimately placed me in the unfortunate position I am now in. I've started to heal myself, in stages, and my pursuit of knowledge will be my key to my salvation. My search for knowledge, my journey to find who I am, and where my place is in this world has just begun at the eve of my 30th birthday. A bit late considering the average life span but better than never and smarter than most. Life has to offer more, I know it offers more and I mean to realize that. I have known and witnessed so many people become successful and live amazing lives with little in their brains and lots in their pockets. I've seen scumbags and harletts live like kings and queens, thieves and crooks prosper, and mentally inferior individuals retire from fortune 500 companies and yet here I stand unemployed, overweight, and at the end of my mental threshold. Life is something isn't it? There has to be a place for me in this version of earth, in this dimension, in this instance of me that isn't who I am today. I refuse to think that I will continue to be a barnacle on the underbelly of progress. So with that being expressed, passionately I might add, books will be my savior. Knowledge and exploration will be my ticket to a life and sanity that I deserve. What knowledge? My mind seems to be partial to space, physics, astronomy, and the like... Not the easiest concepts to grasp, but my interests in these sciences has peaked late in my life. I am constantly listening to Bill Bryson's audio book A Short history of Nearly Everything, to the point where I go to sleep and wake up to it. My significant other doesn't enjoy my methods of learning much but she appreciates it nonetheless. I am plagued of thoughts of other alien worlds, time travel, black holes, space travel, and existence as a whole on a constant basis. I am determined to be self taught in these subjects, a feat I thought was impossible until I read of famous individuals who did just that in the past. I don't have the funds for a formal education, yet with the internet at hand I can easily obtain any material that I need for research. I would like to think that if the world had to start over tomorrow (given that I had somehow access to a power source and my computer of course) I could re-educate the population with my gathered knowledge. I made it a priority to find and download everything I thought that would be essential for human knowledge. Everything an individual should know to survive, prosper, and grow. Every important subject imaginable I downloaded and archived for my research so I could teach myself what I thought was the most essential skills known. Beyond my little survival kit lies my true passion though.. The planets, the stars, the universe, the mysteries of existence. I doubt I will live long enough for proven space flight but the next generation will definitely see strides in space travel, at least I hope so. The earth isn't the only planet with life on it and to think otherwise would be insanity. It will be just a matter of time before we publicly accept this fact. How amazing would it be to travel to other world's and experience other races of beings. Anyway, so the point of me writing this out of blue has left me and so has my train of thought... So with that I end this.
Shared from Google Keep
Wednesday, March 6, 2013
So my girl decided after watching the biggest loser on TV that we need to get our fat asses in shape.. This is what painfully followed lol....
I think you might be interested in this track: https://maps.google.com/maps/ms?msa=0&msid=211105507994343297121.0004d74d96e59547916cf Created by Google My Tracks on Android. Name: Ds Gay Run Activity type: - Description: - Total distance: 20.12 km (12.5 mi) Total time: 1:32:10 Moving time: 1:26:46 Average speed: 13.10 km/h (8.1 mi/h) Average moving speed: 13.91 km/h (8.6 mi/h) Max speed: 29.48 km/h (18.3 mi/h) Average pace: 4.58 min/km (7.4 min/mi) Average moving pace: 4.31 min/km (6.9 min/mi) Fastest pace: 2.04 min/km (3.3 min/mi) Max elevation: 103 m (338 ft) Min elevation: -146 m (-477 ft) Elevation gain: 1151 m (3776 ft) Max grade: 55 % Min grade: -53 % Recorded: 3/6/2013 9:05PM
Tuesday, January 22, 2013
Oh technology how I love thee..that could be your next famous rap hook right there..yes that is sad, yet true ..now what the hell was my point here?..oh yeah technology.. I love it.
Ok, so I am testing out the Blogger app on my Android smartphone and so far so good.
Wednesday, January 16, 2013
Happy New Year! ....long pause...yes I'm that guy wishing you a happy new year half way through January, but that is OK. :-)
So with the arrival of this new year and the apparent incorrect doomsday prediction from the Mayans, I feel that a new blog is in order.
Who is up at 4 am excited to write the first new post in months? <---This guy is.
With this new year I plan to bring changes into my life and this blog is one of them. A newer, fresher, back to basics approach to things so that each post can stand on its own, if that makes sense to you. A well balanced blog that will encompass all that is BrownMan shall be on the menu from here on end.
Feedback will be greatly appreciated as I am learning day by day.
So with that done and over with, I will attempt to get some sleep before the sun comes up.
I hope you enjoy the blog.
May the force be with you,
Wednesday, September 26, 2012
Hello the Internet how goes it? . It's the BrownMan here to finally write something! ....long pause...no applause? Lol its OK I plan on revamping this site in its entirety because..well its not up to BrownMan standards. Not at all. Sooo with that being said I have begun the revamping process. Unfortunately since the last time I decided to write on a normal basis Google has changed how Blogger works so now I have to learn how to use this shit again lol. Long sigh...all will be well. Soooo I just wanted to chime in and let the world know that I shall be bringing that fire to that ass in literary form !! OK I'm out!!!
Monday, May 14, 2012
"In an Ideal World" is a concept that I am going to bring into my writing that pictures the world in an "ideal situation" through my eyes..:)..Lets face it, since no one is perfect, everyone has an opinion, then there can never really be "an Ideal world". Just because of that I'd like to introduce the world to what an "Ideal World" would look like to me on everyday subjects and topics of interest. NO stone will be left unturned in my interpretation of what life should be like and I hope that I can get engaged with you all on what your thoughts are.
At times, I am going to admit right now, my language and topics will be intense, offensive, objective, racist, anti-Semitic, the whole nine....why? Because I'm human that why. I've been blessed enough to travel around the world and lets just say I've learned a thing or two during my journey.
SOOOOOOOOO... Stay Tuned Ladies and Gents!
Oh and by the way In an Ideal World I'd be sitting in Amsterdam in a coffee shop with Scarlett Johansson (among many other women) dressed as the Black Widow smoking blunts with a genie named Rufus and a leprechaun named Philanthropy :)
(sorry hun u know I love u)
Till Next Time
In this edition of #Really? we have an interesting article about the legendary photo company Kodak. I know that during my many late nite downloading sessions I found some books on Kodak and their involvement in fishy business, but since I dont feel like digging up those books I'll keep it to this for now...dont worry when I get to it I will dwell deeper into Kodaks shenanigans but for now its just this.
SOOOOOOO....Kodak had a nuclear reactor with weapons grade material in the middle of New York sitting in a basement..interesting huh??? How many other basements around the country have nuclear reactors and God knows what else hidden among the masses? Aliens? Zombies? Walt Disney...who knows...somebody knows that is for sure.
Whenever I find articles like this I tend to laugh because in the end who really cares?? I mean the government and people involved in these things know that in some way it will either be overlooked or forgotten completely before they know it, or worse it wont even be taken serious.
Either way its an interesting article.