What ever happened to predictability?

I don't like the fact that we're all living in a material world filled with material girls - that's the point. Predictability is gone and we're all living in a world where we must pick up the pieces after playing games of chess. Remember the good ol' days when you didn't have to clean up your checkerboard and you had dependencies to clean you up right up? 

Yeah, those constant struggles exemplified by the community in the above given example just shows the fallacy of unpredictability. If you aren't predictable, what can you expect from job interviews or going out to the movie theater to watch some movie? Redundancy is part of the problem - watching some movie at a movie theater = redundant. eBaum's World is terrible = redundant. We need to skew away from that and start focusing on the things that matter in life. Drop redundancy and collaborate and listen, back with a brand new invention. 

Think of it this way: you don't predict but instead expect. You expect the worst to come rather than predict it. Kiss your self esteem goodbye and perhaps kiss your loved ones, your physical property, and intellectual property adios. The worst is when one spectates a hockey game between two mediocre teams like the Ottawa Senators and the Vancouver Canucks, teams that haven't accomplished due to their unpredictable nature. Canucks are in, Senators are out - Jets are the Thrashers and the Stars become Dallas. One and one makes two but does two really make one and one? Think about that. 

Think and open your eyes. That is all, peace my good people. God bless. 

Uploaded 03/28/2012
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