This LIFE is semi-retired.

Hi! I'm updating this space to tell you guys that this second, seemingly, kinda, sort of unsuccessful attempt at deeply documenting my thoughts I call a blog will now be semi-retired. Facebook status updates and tweeting are a lot easier these days to blab about things like my views on life, society, and current events. Blogging, however, takes a little bit of thought. Heck, even THIS pinned post takes a while to be typed too.

The NARNIA division, however, I shall try and actively live it up; where I'll say good or crappy things about films, TV series, music, video games, events, or literature I have read... if this lazy-leech thing ever comes off of my brain, that is. 'Till then.


Can't beat them? BE them.

Tell me guys... do you ever feel like today's stuff being rapidly reused and recycled subliminally? I mean, it's almost the same bells and whistles on much of the popular stuff we all know and love.

Internet browsers, each claiming to boast unique features...? Most of them look and feel the same now, I don't know which one should I use as my default one! But then again... it's the compatibility that really make me stick with Mozilla Firefox, although sometimes it freezes. How about film reboots/remakes?  Here's a fictional conversation on what would the production team likely to talk about: "Hey, let's totally bring the old shit to the new shit so we can make more money out of it by totally killing it with our own rendition! People like jerks, after all!" Oh! So that's what this is all about? Using the popularity of an established product that is NOT your own just so you can feed your greed? That's just cheap, you know that?

Nothing's that unique anymore. One thing feels just like the other; only with a different branding. Huh... longevity? Immortality? What a bunch of shitty ideologies. Just face the facts, dear capitalists and businessmen; things are meant to be old and forgotten you know, but remembered for the awesomeness it brings. That is what keep things alive. It's needless to being the things you're not just to make others still remember you. A tiny innovation is all it takes; not a major overhaul... unless you're making spin-offs / side products as side incomes... now that's a different story.

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