Can't Beat One, Be One. Part One
by, 06-02-2011 at 12:28 AM (680 Views)
I say what the haay! Lol. Might as well. Have fun. Relax and adjust to the situation. There is no harm in that. I assure you... provided that you are open-minded. However, if you're the opposite, I can't garentee anything. Ha ha ha.
Anyway, I have been meaning to write for quite sometime now. But I haven't wrote for so long, I forgot how to write. Ha ha. There are so many things, however small things, that I have running through my mind lately. The thing about me is that when I write I like to have a good format, ya know, a structure similar to that of the APA or MLA, as enforced in school (I was so used to it). So with all these little things intermittenly fading in and out of my thoughts I won't be able to follow the scholarly format. Thus, I would be all over the place in my train of thoughts, that in turn transcribed onto this, uuhhh, personal journal? Weblog? Whatever. However, now I just realized, what the haay? I'm I serious? Who I'm I trying to impress? This is my personal blog, goddong it. Oh wait. It's coming back to me now. I remember now why I was hesitant to write a blog.
That a member (cur) of the previous KL version scolded me for my writing was why I felt discouraged to write. But no more of that now. The person (cur) couldn't write themself by any means. Lol. Interesting how cur insulted my opinion and virtually graded my personal blog. WTH, cur? Cur is not registered at this newer KL website, I don't think. Anyway, cur was very fancy with the terminologies and expressions. But cur was not making any sense. I guess cur was just trying to show off the newly learned vocabularies. Which was fine with me but cur had to come on me like he has a PhD in English or something, and for no considerable reason. Freaken guy. I wish we had the KL police we have now back then. Enough about cur. On to the next.
Talking about KL police or the site police, how about the site police we have now? And after we had the the discussion on one of the threads where National Security meets Civil Liberty (http://www.khmerlife.com/threads/453...omply-with-tsa) and clash? The book, "1984," by George Orwell, this is it. Freaken Big Brother is watching us and monitoring our every move, however on a small scale in relation to this KL police matter, but still, it's privacy infringement in concept, I think. Anyway, what I'm trying to say is the concept of National Security versus Civil Liberty suggests that are you willing to give some up some Civil Libterty to get some Security? We have these police to watch and monitor the website (safeguard our security and well being) but at the same time they're micro-policing the feces out of this website (overstepping civil liberty boundaries). I'll give you an example. They're so vigilant that it's almost to the point where they're telling me what I "need" to do around the site (because they have been watching). That is quite authoritatively demanding. I interpret that to be a demand as to what I can or can not do. WTH, sir? Are you serious right now? Another example is at one point I commented on one of the pictures about how a woman is "cute," the police subsequently commented that the woman is "16" years old as if I was tryig to get with her. Sir, are you being serious right now? You are policing this website to the teeth, are you not? I don't think I feel very comfortable with you being all over my grill like that. And not to mention the fact, why are you always invisible?
So those are the cases at hand.
More to follow. I am going to read some more criminal profiling. Cheers.