Saturday, December 31, 2005
New Year

So that one wasn't so bad, eh?

I mean, it was horrible, obviously... war, death, famine, plague, poverty, natural and man-made disasters, the loss of a whole fucking city, the ongoing perversion of everything our once-great nation theoretically stands for, et cetera, ad nauseam. There was an awful lot of rage and pain on a national and global scale this year. But it's still better than feeling nothing. I think. Maybe not. I noticed a few more people waking up, though, which bodes well for the coming year.

For me personally, it was a decided improvement on the few preceding years, though. It wasn't the year in which everything comes to fruition, more like the year that suggests I'm finally back on the road that might lead there. I don't know where the hell I'm going, but I've got some momentum under me, so the trip should be smooth enough for the immediate future. I hope. Maybe not.

We'll see.

Happy New Year, everybody.
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