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Wednesday, January 08, 2014

I am positing the definitive proof of the existence of parallel worlds, perhaps universes. Not proof by direct scientific data, but by an inference so sure, I'd stake my reputation amongst my friends on it. The theory goes as such: There are people who say and do such things as to drive my brain into paroxysms by saying and doing things that are so ignorant and or 'unwise' that they could not possibly survive and thrive in this world. Therefore, the only logical conclusion is that they just merely overlap this reality from time to time. Houston drivers, people in public, Facebook posters, etc. The working theory is that they just sort of 'fade in' to this existence, cut you off or make an unbelievably dumb statement, etc. and once unobserved by you, they return to their plane of existence. This is in a sort of keeping with quantum theory: They go away when you no longer observe the phenomenon. For example: how could some drivers possibly ignore your courtesy turn signal and speed up to cut you off? You always think: "There's no way that guy didn't see my signal!" Well, there is one way: you can see their overlap into this world but they cannot see YOU in theirs! What say you Hunter? Please pass this theory on for immediate research! It just makes sense when you think about it. I feel better for having figured it out. *Coming soon: Developing this idea for a major motion picture starring Dolph Lundgren.

Monday, January 06, 2014

It's not you, it's me

My problem dealing the world is my continually flawed assumptions. It's usually the one where I assume people act according to a reasoned, logical, and informed position with some experience to guide them. My bad.
 
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