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April 13, 2013 – Comments (4)

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...


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#1) On April 14, 2013 at 12:23 AM, HarryCaraysGhost (85.49) wrote:

To the pain...

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#2) On April 14, 2013 at 1:59 AM, awallejr (35.81) wrote:

Why Pain?  Why not glory?

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#3) On April 14, 2013 at 10:25 AM, HarryCaraysGhost (85.49) wrote:

To the glory...

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#4) On April 15, 2013 at 1:09 PM, L0RDZ (90.46) wrote:

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. 

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