April 13, 2013
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The past cannot be altered. The present holds but regret and loss. It is only in the days to come that a man may find solace. When memory fades...
To the pain...
Why Pain? Why not glory?
To the glory...
Why pain ? just look what has happened to our beloved characters and markets, although I was doing my nostralordy telling of the gold horrors that I was expecting. Its interesting how the trading computers pick up on the selling and enhance the results, when done correctly hurray to technology and programmers, when it causes everything to get fubared up and cries for the government to bail out those who fubared up... I wanna laugh if not puke ~ especially since I'll probably end up owing $$ to the government and I'm no where near wealthy ~ hell my shoes are probably worse than the ones the beggars have.
But speaking of characters, Spartacus met a fitting end, thousands were crucified on the road back to Rome, Jamie Lannister had his hand chopped off, that guy from the Iron Islands was almost raped into the ground, the woman warrior from Tarth ~ Brienne almost also got raped ?
We have tons of dividend for this dividend for that blogs... we get that alpha tool guys posts only after the facts as well as those annoying two guys from in the money.
But I digress...
So why pain instead of glory ?
It is pain that will move us far more and imprint itself upon us, much more than say glory.
Although Spartacus died trying to get and chase down Marcus Crassius from the field of battle, his name has been retold over the centuries ~ although Spartacus was not his real name, he was a hero for many of those oppressed by those who thought of themselves as masters because they had won the sperm lottery or had more coins and we're lucky to be Roman.
Some 2,000 years later, we are still secretly cheering and hoping that Spartacus would have not been finally defeated by his Roman Oppressors.
Anyways, the past cannot be altered, the present brings both happiness and sadness, but if you are ever really damaged and in pain, it is only in the days to come that a man may find solace when memory fades.